Anna Catherine Case

b. 15 June 1870
     Anna Catherine Case was born on 15 June 1870 at Binghamton, Broome Co., NY. She was the daughter of Franklin Decatur Case and Mary Markham.

Frank Leroy Case

b. 1873
     Frank Leroy Case was born in 1873. He was the son of Franklin Decatur Case and Mary Markham.

Franklin Ward Case

b. 18 April 1883
     Franklin Ward Case was born on 18 April 1883. He was the son of Frederick Elroy Case and Rosella Jane Hagar.

Lily Case

b. 7 October 1884
     Lily Case was born on 7 October 1884. She was the daughter of Frederick Elroy Case and Rosella Jane Hagar.

Elsie Case

b. 1887
     Elsie Case was born in 1887. She was the daughter of Frederick Elroy Case and Rosella Jane Hagar.

Leroy Clifford Case

b. 23 November 1890
     Leroy Clifford Case was born on 23 November 1890. He was the son of Frederick Elroy Case and Rosella Jane Hagar.

Harry Vernon Case

b. 16 April 1896
     Harry Vernon Case was born on 16 April 1896. He was the son of Frederick Elroy Case and Rosella Jane Hagar.

Clarence L. Case

b. 30 December 1898, d. 19 April 1901
     Clarence L. Case was born on 30 December 1898. He was the son of Frederick Elroy Case and Rosella Jane Hagar. Clarence L. Case died on 19 April 1901 at age 2.

Alta Fern Case

b. 16 April 1901
     Alta Fern Case was born on 16 April 1901. She was the daughter of Frederick Elroy Case and Rosella Jane Hagar.

Newton Case1

b. 12 March 1807, d. 14 September 1890
     Newton Case was born on 12 March 1807 at Canton, Hartford Co., CT. He was the son of Jesse Case Jr. and Sarah Cornish. Newton Case married Lemira B. Hurlbut on 12 December 1832. Newton Case died on 14 September 1890 at Hartford, Hartford Co., CT, at age 83. He was buried at Cedar Hill Cemetery, Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.

"Newton's early life was spent on his father's farm. He came to Hartford in 1828, at the age of twenty-one, and as a writer on the Hartford Courant well said, "bare-handed, with no title to fortune, save what lay in his natural ability, a sturdy physique, habits of industry and economy, an upright character, and a common-school education." His first occupation was that of copper-plate printing. In the course of two or three years he started in business in a small way for himself. In 1836 he, with the late Edwin D. Tiffany and others, purchased a printing office and conducted it under the firm so long known as Case, tiffany & Co., which afterwards became Case, Lockwood & Co., and finally the well-known corporation of the Case, Lockwood & Brainard Company. In 1886 Mr. Case celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of his entering upon the printing business by inviting to his home a number of his old frineds and employes (among them were all his old partners but three, who were not lifing), and told them in a well-written paper the history of his business career, inwhich he stated that all the money which he could command at the purchase of the printing-office in 1836 was $700. From this small outlay his estate at his death had grown nearly a thousand fold."

"Mr Case was enthusiastic in his business, and watched with great pride its growth to its present dimentsions. At his death he stood at the head of the printing and publishing industry in the state. As an employer he was kins and just; his relations with those he employed lasting. It might be said that for one to enter his establishment was to find a position for life. He was a trusted man in all his relations; his integrity was unquestioned. he was a friendly man, lending his hand to many individuals and infant industries."

"He was a public-spiritedman, sincerely so; ready to aid in worthy public enterprises and projects, and was associated with many business institutions, and in the direction of banks, insurance and manufacturing companies. As a citizen he had the public at heart."

"He was a genuine New england man, strongly attached to the principles and traditions of his New England fathers. He was a true American. His patriotism was staunch and broad. He was proud of his revolutionary ancestry, and used to exhibit with feeling the old musket which his grandfather carried in the war, -- a gun of peculiar make, much shortened of its original dimension, but still of extraordinary length."

"He was a man of quiet ways, not seeking publicity or preferment. He had an open and pronounced opinion as to men and measures, both in politics and religion, and was conservative in both. He was a Christian man, as evidenced by his daily life. In his religious views he held strongly to the faith of his fathers; he had no room for the theological speculations of these later days; he old faith seemed to him the best. For nearly half of his life he was a trustee of the Hartford Theological Seminary, to which he was strongly and sincerely attached, and in this connection gave bountifully of his means to its support, both by hand and testament. The 'Newton Case Library,' connected with this seminary, is both the witness to his generosity and the monument to his memory."2

Child of Newton Case and Lemira B. Hurlbut

Citations

  1. [S187] Committee on Publication, SAR CT 1891, Pages 194-196.
  2. [S187] Committee on Publication, SAR CT 1891.

Lemira B. Hurlbut

b. 21 July 1800, d. 1 November 1878
     Lemira B. Hurlbut was born on 21 July 1800. She married Newton Case, son of Jesse Case Jr. and Sarah Cornish, on 12 December 1832. Lemira B. Hurlbut died on 1 November 1878 at Hartford, Hartford Co., CT, at age 78. She was buried at Cedar Hill Cemetery, Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.

Child of Lemira B. Hurlbut and Newton Case

Ellen M. Case

     Ellen M. Case was the daughter of Newton Case and Lemira B. Hurlbut.

Mary White

b. 11 July 1803, d. 22 January 1898
     Mary White was born on 11 July 1803 at Brandon, Rutland Co., VT. She was the daughter of Seth White. Mary White married Edward Farrington White, son of James White and Polly Farrington, on 22 August 1821 at Chazy, Clinton Co., NY. Mary White died on 22 January 1898 at Sycamore, DeKalb Co., IL, at age 94. She was buried on 23 January 1898 at Elmwood Cemetery, Sycamore, DeKalb Co., IL.

Children of Mary White and Edward Farrington White

James White

b. 1760, d. 8 July 1846
     James White served as a private in Capt. John Skinner's Co., Col. Latimer's Regt. from Aug. 25 to Nov. 2, 1777. James White was born in 1760 at CT. He married Polly Farrington in 1778. James White died on 8 July 1846 at Bangor, NY.

Child of James White and Polly Farrington

Polly Farrington

b. 1758, d. 1806
     Polly Farrington was born in 1758. She married James White in 1778. Polly Farrington died in 1806.

Child of Polly Farrington and James White

Philander Stevens Ellsworth

b. 22 September 1815, d. 16 January 1889
     Philander Stevens Ellsworth was born on 22 September 1815 at Harford, Susquehanna Co., PA.1 He was the son of Eliphalet Ellsworth and Bethia Thatcher. Philander Stevens Ellsworth married Harrietta Hardon Comstock on 28 August 1834 at Harford, Susquehanna Co., PA.1 Philander Stevens Ellsworth died on 16 January 1889 at Britt, Hancock Co., IA, at age 73.1

Some of the information on Philander and his descendants is from Virginia Lusk Fossel, Can2or6wa1 @aol.com


Phylander S. and Harrit were enumerated in the 1860 Ottawa La Salle Co., IL, federal census. He was a farmer age 44, she was 40. Children in the household were Henry 17, Henrietta 15, William 12, Herbert 10, Herman 7, and Lucy 5, all born in IL.


Philander and Harriet were enumerated in the 1880 Amsterdam, Hancock Co., IA, federal census. He was a gardener, age 64, she was 60. The only child in the household was Herman 27. Others in the household were grandson Henry Ellsworth 5, servant Ferry Thayer 24, and grandson George Hayden 26 (father born England).

Children of Philander Stevens Ellsworth and Harrietta Hardon Comstock

Citations

  1. [S527] Pam Long, "Eliphalet Ellsworth," e-mail to James H. Holcombe, 30 July 2004.

Harrietta Hardon Comstock

b. 7 September 1819, d. 19 February 1888
     Harrietta Hardon Comstock was born on 7 September 1819 at MA.1 She married Philander Stevens Ellsworth, son of Eliphalet Ellsworth and Bethia Thatcher, on 28 August 1834 at Harford, Susquehanna Co., PA.1 Harrietta Hardon Comstock died on 19 February 1888 at Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., MN, at age 68.1

Children of Harrietta Hardon Comstock and Philander Stevens Ellsworth

Citations

  1. [S527] Pam Long, "Eliphalet Ellsworth," e-mail to James H. Holcombe, 30 July 2004.

Clarence Herbert Ellsworth

b. 13 April 1850
     Clarence Herbert Ellsworth was born on 13 April 1850 at IL.1 He was the son of Philander Stevens Ellsworth and Harrietta Hardon Comstock.

Child of Clarence Herbert Ellsworth and Sara Anna Udell

Citations

  1. [S527] Pam Long, "Eliphalet Ellsworth," e-mail to James H. Holcombe, 30 July 2004.

Lily May Ellsworth

     Lily May Ellsworth was the daughter of Clarence Herbert Ellsworth and Sara Anna Udell.

Child of Lily May Ellsworth and H.B. Lusk

Dale Ellsworth Lusk

     Dale Ellsworth Lusk was the son of H.B. Lusk and Lily May Ellsworth.

Maj. Gen. Ulysses Simpson Grant1

b. 4 July 1881, d. 29 August 1968
     Maj. Gen. Ulysses Simpson Grant was born on 4 July 1881 at Chicago, Cook Co., IL. He was the son of General Frederick Dent Grant and Ida Marie Honore. Maj. Gen. Ulysses Simpson Grant married Edith Root, daughter of Elihu Root, on 27 November 1907. Maj. Gen. Ulysses Simpson Grant died on 29 August 1968 at Clinton, Oneida Co., NY, at age 87. He was buried on 2 September 1968 at Hamilton College; Family Plot, Clinton, Oneida Co., NY.

Citations

  1. [S191] Milton Rubincam, "unknown short article title."

Julia Dent Grant

b. 1876
     Julia Dent Grant was born in 1876. She was the daughter of General Frederick Dent Grant and Ida Marie Honore.

Edith Root

b. circa 1879, d. 23 May 1962
     Edith Root was born circa 1879. She was the daughter of Elihu Root. Edith Root married Maj. Gen. Ulysses Simpson Grant, son of General Frederick Dent Grant and Ida Marie Honore, on 27 November 1907. Edith Root died on 23 May 1962.

Elihu Root

     Secretary of War in President McKinley's administration and Secretary of State under President Theodore Roosevelt.

Child of Elihu Root

Stephen Case

b. 6 October 1758
     Stephen Case was born on 6 October 1758. He was the son of Amasa Case and Elizabeth Hoskins.

Royal Wilcox

b. 20 August 1790, d. 28 February 1847
     Royal Wilcox was born on 20 August 1790 at Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT. He was the son of Roger Wilcox and Elizabeth Case. Royal Wilcox died on 28 February 1847 at age 56.

Jeffrey Wilcox

b. 22 May 1796
     Jeffrey Wilcox was born on 22 May 1796. He was the son of Roger Wilcox and Elizabeth Case.

Deborah Wilcox

b. 6 April 1798
     Deborah Wilcox was born on 6 April 1798. She was the daughter of Roger Wilcox and Elizabeth Case.

Mehitabel Case1

b. 8 March 1762, d. 23 February 1856
     Mehitabel Case was born on 8 March 1762 at Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT. She was the daughter of Amasa Case and Elizabeth Hoskins. Mehitabel Case married Abraham Pinney, son of Abraham Pinney and Lucretia Barnard. Mehitabel Case died on 23 February 1856 at age 93.

Children of Mehitabel Case and Abraham Pinney

Citations

  1. [S101] Ruth Cost Duncan, John Case, Page 27.

Abraham Pinney

     Abraham Pinney was the son of Abraham Pinney and Lucretia Barnard. Abraham Pinney was baptized on 14 April 1765. He married Mehitabel Case, daughter of Amasa Case and Elizabeth Hoskins.

Children of Abraham Pinney and Mehitabel Case

Abraham Pinney

b. 23 December 1735, d. 12 December 1813
     Abraham Pinney was born on 23 December 1735 at Bloomfield, Hartford Co., CT. He was the son of Capt. Abraham Pinney and Elizabeth Butler. Abraham Pinney married Lucretia Barnard on 9 June 1761 at Bloomfield, Hartford Co., CT. Abraham Pinney died on 12 December 1813 at Bloomfield, Hartford Co., CT, at age 77.

Children of Abraham Pinney and Lucretia Barnard