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Maj. Zopher Case[1]

Male 1792 -


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  • Name Zopher Case  [2
    Prefix Maj. 
    Born 26 Jun 1792  [2
    Gender Male 
    Person ID I117326  My Genealogy

    Father Charles Case, Jr.,   b. 19 Jul 1754, Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1828, Williamsfield, Ohio Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 73 years) 
    Mother Deborah Viets,   b. 25 Jun 1757, Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 7 Feb 1796  (Age 38 years) 
    Married Abt 1774  [3
    Family ID F49816  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Anna Randall 
    Married Kinsman, Trumbull Co., OH Find all individuals with events at this location  [4
    Last Modified 24 Jan 2013 
    Family ID F50485  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • At genealogylibrary.com:
      HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS OF THE MAHONING VALLEY: CONTAINING AN ACCOUNT OF THE TWO PIONEER REUNIONS:
      TOGETHER WITH A SELECTION OF INTERESTING FACTS, TRADITIONS, BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES, ANECDOTES, ETC., RELATING TO THE
      SALE AND SETTLEMENT OF THE LANDS BELONGING TO THE CONNECTICUT LAND COMPANY, AND HISTORY AND REMINISCENCES, BOTH GENERAL AND LOCAL. VOLUME I.

      YoungSTOWN: PUBLISHED BY THE MAHONING VALLEY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 1876.

      1805.

      This year there were thirty families in the township, namely: Chester Lewis, Wm. Scott, George Matthews, Uriel Driggs, Paul Rice, Wm. Matthews, Jacob Ford, Walter Davis, John Little, Wm. Knox,(*) Joseph M'Michael, John Wade, George Gordon Dement and brother, John Neil, Robert Neil,(*) Robert Henry, James Hill, Peter Yetmen, Martin Tidd, Capt. David Randall, Ebenezer Reeve; Thomas Gillis, boarding his brothers, John and William, who commenced building a saw-mill and grist-mill on Stratton Creek, soon after they came; Stephen Splitstone, Capt. William Westby and three sons, James,(*) John,(*) and Ebenezer; Wm. Christy, Andrew Christy,(*) James M'Connel, John Brekin and sons, David(*) and Ezekiel;(*) Thomas Potter, Leonard Blackburn, Samuel Tidd, John Kinsman, Isaac, John, and Betsey Mathews, Joshua Budwell; Charles and Zopher Case were citizens of the town in the early part of the year, but probably removed to Williamsfield in the Fall; David(*) and Elam Lindsley, carpenters, on the Brocket Farm; Michael Mathews on the Bennet Farm, Alexander Clark.

      The first military company was organized in 1806. David Randall was chosen captain, Zopher Case, Lieutenant, and George Gordon Dement, Ensign. Case afterward received the appointment of major. The first military trainings in Kinsman were this year. They had trained before at the Burgh in Hartford, also in Vernon after 1804.

  • Sources 
    1. [S1484] jontoddgibsoncase, Jon Todd Gibson Case.

    2. [S290] John Case and His Descendants, Ruth Cost Duncan, (1991 Much based on the unpublished manuscript of Dr. Erastus E. Case at the Connecticut Historical Society.), 49 (Reliability: 3).

    3. [S279] The Yankee Generations, A History of the Case Family in America, Charles C. Case, (University Press of America, 1981), ISBN 0-8191-1947-4., 150 (Reliability: 3).

    4. [S392] Michael Humphrey, a late settler in Windsor, CT., J.H.Holcomb , (http://jhholcombe.home.att.net/humphrey/mhumo00t.htm Nov. 19, 2000 Transcribed from The Humphreys Family in America, by Frederick Humphreys, MD, published in 1884.).