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CASE - 13 Individuals Found

Name / Spouse Born/Died Father / Mother Notes
Bethiah Case
Spouse1: John King
Spouse2: John W Mccormick
b.1795 KY
d.1874 JAN 28 Arcadia IN
Father: Jacob Case  
Mother: Dorcas Gelaspie
Bethiah Case, and they had a family of eight children, their twin daughters, Tabitha and Lavina, celebrating their fourth birthday the day after the family arrived at Indianapolis. After her husband’s death Mrs. Bethiah McCormack married a Mr. King, by whom she had four childdren, and he pre-deceased her. She continued to live near the bluffs until after the close of the Civil war, when she moved to Arcadia, Ind., to live with her twin daughters until her death, in 1879. and John J McCormick Bethia McCormick is remembered well by the younger members of the family as the champion story teller of the McCormicks. She used to sit by the hour and tell of the hardships of the early pioneers and their struggles in making homes, also the many troubles the white settlers had with the Indians. There are many people who have heard from her own lips the story of the removal to the "New Purchase" as she told it, and she always placed particular emphasis upon the fact that she was the first white woman to tread its soil.
Elizabeth Case
Spouse1: Samuel Drennan Mccormick
b.1791 Ky
d.1834 MAR 11 Hendricks Co. IN
Father: Jacob Case  
Mother: Dorcas Gelaspie
Bethia and Elizabeth Case. They married two Scottish brothers, John and Samuel McCormick, and together they helped to pioneer the wild frontier of America. These two families (along with another brother, James McCormick, and his family) lived quite the life… they were true pioneers, in every sense of the word. They traveled by covered wagon, they dealt with the Indians, and most predominantly, they were instrumental in founding the state capital of Indiana
Henry Jr Case
Spouse1: Martha Hutchinson Corwin
b.1632 JUN 10 Leicestershire, England, United Kingdom
d.1665 JAN 01 Southold, Suffolk County , Province of New York, Colonial America
Father: Of The Dorset WIlliam Soloman Case  
Mother: Ruth James
Ichobod Case b.1688 Southold, Suffolk County, Province of New York Colony
d.1762 Roxbury, Morris County, Province of New Jersey
Father: Theophilus Case  
Mother:
Revolutionary War
Jacob Case
Spouse1: Dorcas Gelaspie
b.1750
d.1823
Father: William Case  
Mother: Mary Osman
He was born in Bedford County, Pennsylvania in 1747, and when he was 29 years old, he enlisted as a soldier in the Revolutionary War in Virginia in 1776. He married and had two children before he married Dorcas Gelaspie, on July 24, 1787 in Jefferson County, Kentucky. Dorcas was 27 and Jacob was 40 when they married. Jacob and Dorcas had 12 children during their lifetime. They moved from Kentucky to Butler County, Ohio in the early 1800s, and then later moved to Indiana sometime before 1816.
Mary Case
Spouse1: Douglas Cherkas
b.1932
d.
Father:  
Mother:
Rebecca Case b.1812
d.
Father: Jacob Case  
Mother: Dorcas Gelaspie
Squire Littleton Case b.1816 Jan 03
d.
Father: Jacob Case  
Mother: Dorcas Gelaspie
Jacob was 69 years of age and Dorcas was 56 when they had Squire!! Amazing! And with 11 older siblings, could you imagine what the hand-me-downs looked like by the time little Squire got them?
Theophilus Case b.1661 Southold, Long Island
d.1716 OCT 26 Southold, Suffolk County, Province of New York
Father: Henry Case Jr  
Mother:
William Case b.
d.
Father: Jacob Case  
Mother: Dorcas Gelaspie
OF GREAT FRANSHAM
William Case
Spouse1: Susan Rodich
b.1560 OCT 27 Broadland District, Aylsham, Norfolk, England
d.1627 Swaffham, Norfolk, England
Father: Richard Case of Necton  
Mother:
William Case
Spouse1: Mary Osman
b.1716 Southold, Suffolk County, Province of New York
d. Nelson County, Kentucky, United States
Father: Ichobod Case  
Mother:
Place of Burial: Chalfont, Bucks County, Pennsylvania
OF THE DORSET
WIlliam Soloman Case
Spouse1: Ruth James
b.1591 Aylesham, Kent, England
d.1635 At sea en route to Boston, Massachusetts on the ship Dorset
Father: of Great Fransham William Case  
Mother:
"William Case was born about 1590 in the town of Aylesham, England. There is no documented information about his life in England or his profession. Also, there is no available information about his wife, where he lived or what motivated is the decision to emigrate with his five sons to the New World. However, but for that decision, the Case family line in the United States as documented herein would never have existed. "There is a sailing list for the ship "Dorset" showing that William Case and his five sons sailed from the port of Gravesend, England, for the New World on September 3, 1635. The sailing list shows the sons as William Solomon Case, age 24, Thomas Terril Case, age 18, John Trustin Case, age 16, and William Case, age 19. There also appears to have been a son, Richard, age not shown. William Case is reported to have died at sea on the voyage but the cause of death is not documented. At that time he was about 45 years of age. William Cases sons landed at Ipswich, Massachusetts, which is north of Gloucester. At least 15 ships were reported to have sailed that route from England in 1635."

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