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Daniel BRITTON

working on a road in Greene Co, TN in 1804

Greeneville, Greene County, Tennessee Land Records
Page 118 Entry 275

Bull's Deed to Britton registered July 20th 1801

This Indenture made this third day of April One thousand and Eight Hundred between John Bull of the County of Graniger and State of Tennessee of the one part and Daniel Britton of the County of Jefferson and State afforesaid of the other part Witnesseth that the said John Bull for and in consideration of the sum of five Hundred Dollars to him in hand paid the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath and by these presents doth grant bargain sell allien enfeoff and confirm unto said Daniel Britton his heirs and assigns forever a certain tract or parcel of land containing one hundred and fifty acres of land begining on a dogwood on the South side of Bowmans Branch running thence north thirty degrees East ninety four poles to an Ash Elm and Buckeye thence East thirty six poles to a stake thence south fifty five degrees East one hundred eighty poles to a stake thence south forty degrees west sixty poles along Day's line to a white oak with all and singular the woods waters water courses profits commodities hereditaments and appurtenances what ever to the said tract of land belonging or appurtaining and the reversion & reversions remainder & remainders rents and issues thereof and all the Estate right title intrust property claim and demand of him the said John Bull his heirs & of in and to the same and every part and parcel therof either in law or equity to have and to hold the said one hundred and fifty with the appurtenances to the said Dainel Britton his heirs and assigns forever against the lawful claim and demand of all and every person or persons whatever shall and will warrant and forever defend by these presents in witness whereof the said John Bull hath hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year first above written Test his
Tidence Lane P, John O Bull
mark

From Jefferson Co. TN Register of Deeds1799-1811 Vol E-J (FHL film #968319) [abstracted by RW]
Vol.:p. [film is of uneven quality - some very light, some very dark]

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E:118 #275 Bull's Deed to Britton Registered July 20th 1801
Grantor: John Bull of Grainger Co.
Grantee: Daniel Britton of Jefferson Co
Deed Date: 3 April 1800
Deed Type: Warranty
Price: $500 hereby acknowledged
Signed: John Bull (signed with mark: O)
Description: "A certain tract or parcel of land containing one hundred and fifty acres of land Beginning on a dogwood on the south side of Bowmans Branch running thence north thirty degrees East ninety four poles to an Ash Elm and Buckeye thence East thirty six poles to a stake thence south fifty five degrees East one hundred Eighty poles to a stake thence south twenty [degrees] East Eighty poles to a white oak on Days line thence south forty degrees west sixty poles along Days line to a white oak thence to the beginning, containing one hundred and fifty acres"
Witness: Tidence Lane, p.

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F:149 #481 Wm Brittain & Others to John Day Registered Sept 27th 1802
Grantors: William Brittain, James Brittain, Benjamin Brittain and Joseph Brittain, all of Jefferson Co., heirs of Daniel Brittain, deceased.
Grantee: John Day of Jefferson Co.
Deed Date: 18 Nov 1802
Deed type: Warranty
Price: $300 hereby acknowledged
Signed: William Brittain (signed with mark: +); James Brittain; Benjamin Brittain (signed with mark: +); Joseph Brittain (signed with mark: O)
Description: "a certain tract or parcel of land containing fifty acres beginning on a white oak thence North forty degrees East sixty poles along Days line thence north twenty degrees west Eighty poles to a stake thence north fifty five degrees west to a conditional line between John Day and James Brittain thence south forty degrees along said conditional line to the [back?] line and from thence to the Beginning"
Witness: John Kirkpatrick and Stephen Day

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F:163 #486 Wm Britton & Others to James Britton Registered Oct 6th 1803
Grantors: William Brittain, Benjamin Brittain & Joseph Brittain, heirs of Daniel Brittain deceased all of Jefferson Co.
Grantee: James Brittain of Jefferson Co.
Deed Date: 18 Nov 1802
Deed Type: Warranty
Price: $600 [couldn't read if it was acknowledged]
Signed: William Brittain (signed with mark: +); Benjamin Brittain (signed with mark: +); Joseph Brittain (signed with mark: O)
Description: "a certain tract or parcel of land containing one hundred acres be the same more or less Beginning on a Dogwood off the south side of Bowmans branch running thence North thirty degrees East ninety nine poles to an Ash elm and buckeye thence East thirty six poles to a stake thence south fifty five degrees East to a conditional Line with John Day and James Brittain thence South forty degrees west along said Conditional Line to the back line"
Witness: Stephen Day, p. and John Kirkpatrick


Elizabeth BRITTON

no info after 1797 when court records show she had a bastard child


James BRITTAIN

Notes from History of North Carolina Vol V pg 162 -163
Source Information:
Ancestry.com. History of North Carolina [database on-line]. Provo, UT: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005. Original data: History of North Carolina

....The Brittain Lineage goes back to James Brittain, a native of Wales. As a young man he immigrated to America, early in the eighteenth Century, and after a short residence in Pennsylvania moved to Virginia. From Virginia he came on a tour of exploration through the colony of North Carolina. It was a prospecting and also a hunting trip. North Carolina was at that time almost a virgin wilderness, and only here and there in the more favored location had colonists acquired small tracts of land from the Crown. Altogether, the hunting trip gave James Brittain a favorable impression of the new wilderness country to the south. After his return to Virginia, he married a Miss Witty, and then with his bride and her sister and husband, Simon Moon, returned and settled in what is now Guilford County. The old annals of this locality give these two families credit of being the first permanent settlers of Guilford County. They located there several years before the Moravians settled at Bethabin in what is now Forsyth County. It was a country to delight the heart of a true frontiersman and hunter. Indians were more numerous that the whites and occasionally were disposed to hostility at the invasion of Europeans. Wild game of every variety and in utmost abundance satisfied the sportsman's instincts of James Brittain. The lands which he secured as his home were in Bruce Cross Roads Township, a tract that is now owned by the Stafford heirs. In that location he cloeared and improved the first farm land in Guilford County. The locality is known as William Smith's Long Hollow. There James Brittain spent the rest of his days.

His son, Samuel Brittain, Sr., was born in what is now Bruce Cross Roads Township of Guilford County in the year 1742. That date serves as an indication of the very early settlement of the family here. Samuel Brittain made the acquaintance of his wife by a rather romantic circumstance. When he was a young man the peace of the community was somewhat disturbed by the presence of a hostile Indian Chief, who had a band of his followers in Stokes County. Samuel Brittain, Sr., with a party of other settlers, including Mr. Moore, went in quest of those Indians, and while on the expedition in Stokes County met Mary Perkins. This casual acquaintance developed to the closest ties of matrimony. Mary Perkins was a daughter of Valentine Perkins, who it is said had Indian blood in his veins. Valentine Perkins had four daughters, one of whom married a Dalton, another a Gibson and another a Wakefield. His only son, Thomas Perkins, went to Western North Carolina. Valentine Perkins married a Miss Springfield.

Other info
1) James was born in Wales
2) James immigrated to and settled in VA for a short time.
3) After marrying Mary Witty they moved to Moore's Creek Guilford Co. NC.
Event: Biography
Note:
James Brittain, born 1709, emigrated from Wales about the beginning of the 18th century. First settled in Virginia, afterward moved to North Carolina. He was lineal descendant of Sir William Brittain, also of Alfred the Great by the House of Orange

James and Mary had eleven children, most of them born in North Carolina.
Event: Land Deeds
Note:
JAMES BRITTAIN (HORSE PEN CREEK)
1) Book 5 page 80 July 30, 1760. Earl Granvillelets - James Brittain, a planter of Rowan County, NC, have 584 acres vacant land on both sides of Horse Pen Creek of Reedy fork of Haw River next Mordica Mendenhall and Henry Ballenger for 10 shillings, witness by Thomas Jones and W Churton and re-acknowledged before John Frohock in Oct. 1762. This is lot #20 of the 30 Nottingham Settlement lots.
2) Book 4 page 492, July 20, 1760 - James Brittain lets William Brittain (both of Rowan Co) have 200 acres on Horse Pen Creek next to Henry Ballinger where his line crosses the creek to the mouth of the branch, called Mill branch, a few poles below where the old mill stands then going to the head of the branch, for 20 pounds, witnessed by Thomas Hunt and Nathan Dicks and proved in July 1761. Earl Granvillelets let said James Brittain have this on July s30, 1760.
3) July 21, 1761, Deed of sale from James Brittain to William Brittain for 200 acres July 20, 1761. Proved by Nathna Dick.
4) James Brittain Sr. - Horse Pen Creek - Book 6 page 505, Deed 27, 1776, James Brittain of Rowan County, NC lets Samuel Hargrave of Caroila Co, VA have 246 acres of both sides of Horse Pen Creek next to Henry Ballinger, John Payne, and William Brittain, for 200 pounds, witnessed by John Payne, Benjamin Mosby, and Johnny Unthank and proved in ..... (This is the remainder of the tract which Earl Granvillelets let James Brittain have for 10 shillings in July 1760 and 60 acres which he bought from Henry Ballinger on January 5, 1765.
5) July 21, 1761 - Deed from James Brittain to Samuel Hargrave for 246 acres, Oct 24, 1766, proved by John Payne.
6) Book 6 - page 577, May s4, 1768, James Brittain, Sr of Rowan Co, NC lets Thomas Jessop, Fr. of 666 have 200 acres where Daniel Britten formerly lived on Horse Pen Creek nest ... Beal, Zachariah Dicks on the northeast end of where James Brittain formerly lived but now owned by Samuel Hargrave, to the mouth of Sawpit branch on to the fountain head until it intersects with the line of the whole tract, for 120 pounds, witnessed by John Payne (minister?), Zachariah Dicks, and David Brooks and proved in July 1786. Earl Granvillelets let James Brittain have this in 1760 being on the northeast side of said tract.
7) Rowan County, NC Abstract of court minutes. Deed of sale from James Brittain to William Brittain for 200 acres, July 20, 1761, proved by Nathan Dicks.

8) Wednesday January 20, 1762, ordered James Brittain to be constable in the room of Mordica Mendenhall.

Deeds from Earl Granville proved by John Frohock, James Brittain, 584 acres, July 20, 1760.
9) Tuesday, April 12, 1763, James Brittain constable to attend Grand Jury.
10) Friday April 15, 1763, ordered that Richard Mendenhall be appointed constable in the room of James Brittain.
11) Wednesday January 9, 1765, deed from Henry Ballenger to James Brittain for 60 acres, January 6, 1765. Proved by Hugh foster.
12) Tuesday July 19, 1768, deed from James Brittain to Thomas Jasap for 200 acres dated May 4, 1768. Proved by John Payne.

James Brittain appears in deeds and church records of early Frederick Co. VA about the time that it was formed from Orange and Augusta Counties in 1738. He and Samuel Brittain were in the area that was Orange Co.
1) 1740- Deeded property on north side Opeckon Creek. Acknowledged 22 May 1740.
2) 1740/41-James witnessed marriages under the Quaker Hopewell Meeting as well as other familiar names: Joseph Brittain, Mary Brittain, Joseph Ballenger and Mary Ballenger.
3) 1747 - James Brittain administers estate of Mary Wall, 5 May 1747
4) 1753 - Sales of property is recorded by James Brittain and Mary Brittain of Frederick Co, VA.
5) 1754 - Property transfer being handled for James Brittain by Hugh Lyle in his absence has notation: " Britain has gone to Carolina, 1754"
6) 1759 - James appears as the only Brittain in western NC on the Tax list of Rowan County.
7) 1760 - James is given land by Earl of Granville - 584 acres on both sides of Horsepen Creek of Reedy Fork of Haw River next to Mordica Mendenhall and Henry Ballenger 30 July 1760. Proved Oct 1762.
8) 1761 - James Brittain (no wife signs) lets William Brittain, both of Rowan Co. have 200 acres on Horsepen Creek next to Henry Ballenger.
9) 1765 - Henry Ballenger deeds to James Brittain 60 acres on the east side of Horsepen Creek for 20 pounds. Proved 5 Jan 1765.
10) 1765 - Henry Ballenger lets William Brittain have 25 acres on the west side of Horsepen Creek for sum of ten pounds. Proved in open court Jan.1765
11) 1768 - 31 Mar 1768 - A deed from Henry Ballenger to William Brittain for 190 acres was acknowledged in open court.

Notes from http://www.brittain.us/genealogy/notes.html

James came to PN and after a short while moved to VA and decided after hunting and prospecting through NC, he would move on. He returned to VA where he Married Mary Whitty, and with her sister & husband (Simon Moon) they then moved and settled at Moore's Creek, Guilford, NC. They were the first whites to settle there. Hannah Achea Brittain was the first White child born in that area. It is noted he had seven sons, four of whom left this country, three remained, who were prominent in the American Revolution. Their names were: Benjamin, Samuel and William Brittain
Gleaning p129 Brittain History: Library of Congress: book 6. p277

4 May 1768, James Brittain, Sr. of Rowan Co.,NC -no wife sign- let Thomas Jessop, Fr. of 666 have 20 acres where Daniel Brittain formerly lived on Horse Pen Cr. next--Beal.

Probate: August 1774, Rowan County, NC

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Notes from http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2913799&id=I0938
BrittainGED.GED] [a23902.FTW] p5 brittain gleaning:

Emigrated form Wales about the beginning of the 18th century. He was the lineal descendant of Sir William Brittain, also Alfred the Great by the house of Orange. It will be remembered that the Island of Brittain was invaded by the Angles and Saxtons under William the Norman, in 1066. Sir William Brittain was driven to the mountains of Wales where he took Refuse.

James settled in VA for a short time and Married Mary Whitty of VA. They then moved and settled at Moore's Creek Guilford Co. NC. They were the first whites to settle there. Hannah Achea Brittain was the first White child born in that area. It is noted he had seven sons, four of whom left this country, three remained, their names were: Benjamin, Samuel and William
Brittain Gleaning p129 Brittain History Library of Congress book 6.p277

Notes from Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s
Source Citation: Place: Maryland; Year: 1723; Page Number: 27.
Source Information:
Gale Research. Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006. Original data: Filby, P. William, ed.. Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s. Farmington Hills, MI, USA: Gale Research, 2006.

James Brittain
Name: James Brittain
Year: 1723
Age: 18
Estimated birth year: abt 1705
Place: Maryland
Source Publication Code: 3690.1
Primary Immigrant: Brittain, James

Annotation: Date of indenture and colony to which bound. An A has been inserted by indexer to indicate that page number appears as a roman numeral in the introductory material of the source indexed. Additionally, additions and corrections listed on page xxvii in the ....
Source Bibliography: KAMINKOW, JACK, and MARION KAMINKOW. A List of Emigrants from England to America, 1718-1759. Baltimore: Magna Carta Book Co., 1984. Reprinted, with additional records originally incorporated in the "new edition" of 1981, Genealogical Publishing Co., 1989. 292p.

William was also a direct decendant of Sir William Brittain. There is a document paraphrasing a memorandum obtained from CAPT. Isaac Brittain of North Carolina stating "that Sir William Brittian, a resident of the Isle of Brittanin the 11th century, was of the Anglo-saxxton race and was a lineal decendant of Alfred the great, by the house of Orange and was a collaterall decendant of William the Norman and Julius Caesar.


Joseph BRITTAIN

ROWAN COUNTY, NC WILL - BRITTAIN, JOSEPH - 1774 File contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by Ann Broadbent [email protected] Rowan Co, NC Will Book A pg. 183 August Court 1774 Will of JOSEPH BRITTAIN In the name of God Amen, I JOSEPH BRITTAIN of Rowan County, in the province of North Carolina being sick and weak of body but of sound and disposing mind and memory, Do make and Ordain this my last Will and Testament in manner following:As for my Estate where as it hath pleased God to bless me with, I give and bequeath in manner following, First, It is my desire that all my just Debts be duly satisfied and paid. Item: I give and bequeath unto my eldest Daughter, MARY ELROD, one cow and calf and her increase and one feather bed to her and her heirs forever. Item: I give and bequeath unto my eldest son, JAMES BRITTAIN, one improvement joining to the place I now live on. Also five pounds out of the Estate to him and his heirs forever. Item: I give and bequeath unto my daughter PHOEBE BRITTAIN one featherbead and two cows and calves and one yearling steer also one pewter Dish and basin and three plates to her and her heirs forever. Item: I give and bequeath unto my loving wife JEMIMA BRITTAIN my land and Improvement that I now live on, also all my plantation Tools and House furniture the children excepted one bay mare and side Saddle also one bay horse called Jack, one young bay Stallion, six cows and calves to possess as long a she continues her natural life or widow hood for her and her Childrens use. My will and pleasure is that after my wife’s decease or marriage, that the above mentioned articles be sold and equally divided between my six youngest children. My will and desire is that my Tract of Land lying and being in Orange County in North Carolina on halfway Creek of Little River, be sold and equally divided between my six youngest children. Item: I give and bequeath unto PHILLIP, WILLIAM, JOSEPH, BENJAMIN, AARON, and SAMUEL all the rest of my Estate to be Equally divided and each of them to have their part as they come of age to them and their heirs forever. My desire is that my six youngest Boys have their Education out of their own part of the Estate. I desire that GEORGE SMITH that crops with me now shall have his part of the crop according to Bargain and I appoint my loving wife, JEMIMA BRITTAIN, ROBERT BRANK and JOHN HARDIN my Executors of this my last will and Testament, hereby revoking all the other Wills in Testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal the twenty second day of August in the year of our Lord 1773. Signed, sealed and delivered His In the presence of Joseph (X) Brittain JOSEPH MORGAN Mark JAMES STRINGFIELD THOMAS (X) WALKER 2


William BRITTAIN

William Brittain of Guilford County, NC wrote in his will "...I give unto my ...daughter heirs Witty five shillings..." This indicates that he had a deceased daughter who married a Witty.

William's wife was Rebecca Ballinger and they were married at New Garden Monthy Meeting in 1758. His parents were James and Mary Brittain


Robert BRITTAIN

Their marriage was recorded with the notes at New Garden Monthly Meeting in North Carolina. Robert is the son of John jr, and Rachel (Perhaps Ward) Brattain. John sr, is his father Yet another John is His father March 2, 1807: Robert and son, Jonathon are received on certificate from Springfield MM which is in Clinton County, Ohio. The certificate was dated Feb. 7,1807. They are now in Deep River MM which is in North Carolina. September 1810: Robert and wife are granted a certificate to White Water MM in Wayne County, Indiana. October 27, 1810: Robert Brattain/Brittain received on certificate from Deep River MM, North Caroline to Whitewater MM in Indiana. August 31,1811: Robert Brattain appointed Clerk of Whitewater MM in Indiana. October 26, 1816: Robert Brattain granted certificateto Elk MM from Whitewater MM. August 30, 1817: Robert Brattain received on certificate from Elk MM to Whitewater MM. December 2, 1818: Robert, son of John and Rachel who are deceased, of Wayne County, Indiana married Hannah Maudlin at Whitewater MH.


George Richard DEMPSEY

Name: George Dempsey
 SSN: 520-03-5045  
 Last Residence: 99218  Spokane, Spokane, Washington, United States
 Born: 8 Apr 1906
 Last Benefit: 99218  Spokane, Spokane, Washington, United States
 Died: May 1987
 State (Year) SSN issued: Wyoming (Before 1951 )

1930 census: Wyoming, Carbon, Rawlins, Nov-1930
Dempsey, George R. 23, KS, KS, KS
, Truda, M.      20   MO, MO, MO
, Robert E.      2,  WY, KS, KS
, Jacquelin M. 6/12  WY, KS, KS
, William F.     24, KS, KS, KS brother


1910 census: Kansas, Bourbon, Fort Scott Ward 4,
 Dempsey, Walter R. 21, KS, MO, KS
 , Ila H. 23, KS, KS, KS
, William F. 4 KS
. George R.  3 KS


1920 census: KS, Bourbon, Fort Scott Ward 1, district 38, 29-Jan-1920
Drick, William M. 52, PA, KS, PA
    , Dovie,     49, MO, MO, MO
Dempsey, Ilah,    31, KS, daughter, widowed
       , William  14, KS
      , George   12, KS
      , Joe       8, KS

Name: William Dempsey <--- brother ?
SSN: 566-05-9473  
 Last Residence: 66079  Rantoul, Franklin, Kansas, United States
 Born: 25 Feb 1905
 Died: May 1976
 State (Year) SSN issued: California (Before 1951 )


Leon Earl CASE

Name:    Leon Case
 SSN:    531-09-7107  
 Last Residence:    Washington
 Born:    12 Apr 1890
 Died:    Oct 1964
 State (Year) SSN issued:    Washington (Before 1951 )

1930 census: Wahington, King, Seattle, District 33, 14-Apr-1930
Case, Leon E.    39 WA, WI, NY
   , Edna M.    42 Iowa, Denmark, Denmark
   , Helen I.   17 WA, WA, Iowa
   , Eleanor M. 15 WA, WA, Iowa
   , Virginia L 10 WA, WA, Iowa
   , Betty June (Jean)  8 WA, WA, Iowa

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
 Name: Leon Earl Case
 City: Seattle
 County: King
 State: Washington
 Birthplace: Washington; United States of America
 Birth Date: 12 Apr 1890
 Race: Caucasian (White)
 Roll: 1991889
 DraftBoard: 3


Edna May JORGENSEN

Father came from Denmark and died in Seattle at age of 97.


William Sullivan CASE

CASE, WILLIAM
State: WI Year: 1860
County: Marquette County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: Oxford Page: 154
Database: WI 1860 Federal Census Index

1880 US Census;
[Name, Relation, Marital Status, Gender Race, Age, Birthplace, Occupation,Father's Birthplace, Mother's birthplace]
Wm. E. CASE, Self, M, Male, W, 30, OH, Farmer, NY, NY
Nettis A. CASE Wife M Female W 28 NY Keeps House NY NY
 Eben BAKER Other Male W 24 NY Works On Farm NY NY
 Sarah CASE Dau S Female W 6 WI At Home OH NY
 Kate E. CASE Dau S Female W 3 WI At Home OH NY
 T. CORWIN Other S Male W 26 NY Farmer NY NY
 M. E. KIRKOFF Other S Female W 20 WI House Keeper OH OH


1900 Census, Seattle Ward 9, King, Washington
Name: William S Case
 Age: 50
 Estimated birth year: abt 1850
 Birthplace: Ohio
 Relationship to head-of-house: Head
 Spouse's name: Mary A
 Race: White
 Household Members: Name Age
 William S Case 50
 Mary A Case 48
 Catherine E Case 23
 Leon Earl Case 10
 Sarah A Harris 26
 E Irving Harris 2
 Sterling C Harris 7.12
 Owen A Harris 34


1910 United States Federal Census
 Name: William Case
 Age in 1910: 60
 Estimated birth year: abt 1850
 Birthplace: Ohio
 Relation to Head of House: Head
 Father's name: Julius
 Father's Birth Place: New York
 Mother's Birth Place: Ohio
 Spouse's name: Mary
 Home in 1910: Seattle Ward 10, King, Washington
 Marital Status: Married
 Race: White
 Gender: Male
 Household Members: Name Age
 William Case 60
 Mary Case 58
 Kathryn Case 33
 Leon Case 20
 Julius Case 82


Margaret Anne ST. JOHN

Eau Claire County Brides and Grooms Index:
Groom Bride [First Name: Last Name: First Name: Last Name: Date: Volume: Page]
William Case Marg Annet St. John 25 Sep 1872 3 5

1920 United States Federal Census
Name: Mary A Case
Home in 1920: Seattle, King, Washington
Age: 67 years
Estimated birth year: abt 1853
[abt 1893]
Birthplace: New York
Relation to Head of House: Head
Father's Birth Place: New York
Mother's Birth Place: New York
Marital Status: Widow
Race: White
Sex: Female
Home owned: Own
Able to read: Yes
Able to Write: Yes
Image: 716
Household Members: Name Age
Mary A Case 67
Kathryn Case 43
Irving E Harris 22
Theresa Harris 20
Rosalie Faulkender 50


Name : Mary Annette Case
Death date : 14 Jun 1936
Death place : Seattle, King, Washington
Gender : Female
Age at death : 83 years 7 months 8 days
Estimated birth year : 1853
Marital status : Married
Spouse name : William S. Case
Father name : J. H. St. John
Mother name : Sarah Smith
Film number : 2023360
Digital GS number : 4222398
Image number : 1108
Reference number : 2408
Collection : Washington Death Certificates, 1907-1960

1930 United States Federal Census
Name: Mary A Case
Home in 1930: Seattle, King, Washington
Age: 77
Estimated birth year: abt 1853
Birthplace: New York
Relation to Head of House: Head
Race: White
Household Members: Name Age
Mary A Case 77
Katherine E Case 53
Roselie S Faulkender 63


Joseph ? DOLL

Possible connection:
1900 census: Illinois, Cook, Chicago, West Town, 1-Jun-1900
Doll, Joseph   Mar 1864, 36 Bohemia, Bohemia, Bohemia, Immigration to US in 1879, number of years in US is 21
   , Frances  Oct 1886, 33 Bohemia, Bohemia, Bohemia, Immigration to US in 1867, number of years in US is 33
   , Mary     Sep 1888, 11 IL, Bohemia, Bohemia
   , Rosie    Aug 1890,  9 IL, Bohemia, Bohemia
   , Bessie   Sep 1892,  7 IL, Bohemia, Bohemia
   , Joseph   Jan 1897,  3 IL, Bohemia, Bohemia


Christopher OSGOOD Jr.

from FFOW.  Warren Otto Jones lists name only, no data or marriage.


Elizabeth BROCKWELL

Sealing to parents by Ellen Fairbanks Deitrick.


Christopher OSGOOD III

from FFOW.  Warren Otto Jones  gives the death place.  Will probated 10 aug
1650.  Jones gives the birth place as Marlborough, Wiltshire, England, and
gives also the marriage place.