Family:John Case and Sarah Spencer (2)

Facts and Events
Marriage[1][2] bef 17 Aug 1656 of Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut
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References
  1. Goodwin, Nathaniel. Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History of Some of the First Settlers of Connecticut and Massachusetts. (Hartford, CT: F.A. Brown, 1856), Appendix, John Case.

    The text reads that John Case married "Sarah, daughter of William Spencer, of Hartford, Conn., about 1657. He resided in Windsor, Conn., until the spring of 1669, when he removed to Massacoe, (now Simsbury,) and settled in Weatogue."

  2. Maw, Joyce B. Clark Higley Ancestry: : Including Alderman, Case, Ford, Fyler/Filer, Gillett, Griswold, Gunn, Halladay, Higley, Hunter, Moses, Owen, Phelps, Spencer, Strong, Thrall, Warham, p 27 (pdf).

    A letter dated 17 Aug 1656 by John Case giving his father-in-law power of attorney in his business affairs.