Person:Richard Case (3)

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m. bef 17 Aug 1656
  1. Elizabeth Case1658 - 1718
  2. Mary Case1660 - 1725
  3. John Case, II1662 - 1733
  4. William Case1665 - 1699
  5. Samuel Case1667 - 1725
  6. Richard Case1669 - Abt 1746
  7. Bartholomew Case1670 - 1725
  8. Joseph Case1674 - 1748
  9. Sarah Case1676 - 1704
  10. Abigail Case1682 - After 1725
  • HRichard Case1669 - Abt 1746
  • WAmy Reed1678/79 - Aft 1746
m. 1 Sep 1701
Facts and Events
Name Richard Case
Gender Male
Birth[2] 27 Aug 1669 Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Alt Death? 30 Mar 1694 Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Marriage 1 Sep 1701 Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut, United Statesto Amy Reed
Death[1][3][4] Abt 1746 of Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut
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References
  1. Savage, James. A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England: Showing Three Generations of Those Who Came Before May, 1692, on the Basis of Farmer's Register. (Boston: Little, Brown, and Co, 1860-1862), 1:346.
  2. Ricker, Jacquelyn Ladd. The Ricker Compilation of Vital Records of Early Connecticut. (Baltimore, Maryland: Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 2006), p 2626.
  3. 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 25 (pdf).
  4. This Richard Case is not the same Richard Case that married Elizabeth Purchase. That Richard is possibly the brother of John Case (who married Sarah Spencer and is the father of this Richard). If true, then the elder Richard was the uncle of the Richard of this report. In any case, in an older version of this report, the death date (moved to the alt. death field to hold for discussion) was for the elder Richard, not the younger Richard. The reference given is from Noah Phelps, History of Simsbury, Granby, and Canton: From 1642 to 1845. Here is a snippet from the book:




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