NORTHERN NEW YORK
Genealogical and family history of northern New York: a record of the achievements of her people
in the making of a commonwealth and the founding of a nation.
New York: Lewis Historical Pub. Co. 1910.
Transcribed by Coralynn Brown
The Case family of Lewis county, New York, descend from Pardon C. Case, who was born at New Bedford, Mass. He removed to Lewis county, N.Y., where he died. He married Marcia Salmon.
Henry, married Elizabeth Gaylord.
Louise, married Eli Shephard.
Rachel, married Franklin Potter.
Hiram, married Mary Fisher.
Roderick, see forward.
(II) Roderick, son of Pardon C. and Marcia (Salmon) Case, was born at Turin, Lewis county, N.Y., Sept. 4, 1833, died May 9, 1898. He married, at Turin, Amanda Hubbard, born Aug. 17, 1836, died March 4, 1870, daughter of Dennis and Eliza Johnson Hubbard.
Children, all born in Turin, N.Y.:
1. Frederick A., see forward.
2. Jennie A., July 26, 1859; married Dr. Abraham Miller, Jan. 24, 1889.
3. Francis J., born Dec. 8, 1860; married Carrie Wilson.
4. Alice M., born Dec. 19, 1861, died Sept. 15, 1862.
5. Alice, born June 8, 1863; married Gerard A. Perkins, Aug. 15, 1881.
Roderick Case married (second) Oct. 20, 1873, Josephine (Gookins) Hills, born Nov. 3, 1838, died March 23, 1896.
6. Amanda J., born Nov. 27, 1874, died Feb. 7, 1875.
7. Nina M., born June 24, 1878.
8. Adelbert R., born June 16, 1880.
(III) Frederick A., son of Roderick and Amanda (Hubbard) Case, was born at Turin, Lewis county, N.Y. Aug. 15, 1857. He was educated in the public schools of Turin, and finished his education in the Turin high school. He assisted his father on the home farm until attaining his majority, when he leased a farm in the neighborhood and began farming on his own account. He next purchased a farm in Turin and operated it for about eight years, after which he sold it and located anew in Greig, where he purchased a property lying along Black river, one mile east of Glenfield Village. On this farm he makes a specialty of scientific poultry raising and dairy farming. His herds are of the Jersey strain, while his poultry raising is upon a very extensive scale. He is modern in his methods, uses all the scientific aids that are now at the command of the progressive farmer in whatever line he specializes, and is securing satisfactory results from both branches of his business. In poultry fancying and dairying Mr. Case is regarded as an authority.
Politically he is an ardent Democrat, strong in his convictions and loyal to his party and his principles. He is a leading member of the Patrons of Husbandry in his town, has always taken a deep interest in the affairs of the order, and is now serving his fifth term as master of Greig Grange.
He is a member of the Episcopal church.
He married (first) Nov. 17, 1881, at Greig, Luie Gallup, born Sept. 6, 1861, died Nov. 14, 1892, daughter of Mordecai and Christina (Sand) Gallup. He married (second) Nov. 19, 1901, Jeannette M. Dominick, born at Greig, Jan. 5, 1859, daughter of John F. and Mary Esther (Gallup) Dominick.
Children of first wife, born in Lewis county:
1. Blanche L., Sept. 30, 1882; a trained nurse, graduate of Faxton Hospital, Utica, N.Y., 1906.
2. Floyd G., July 1, 1884; connected with Buick Automobile Company of Flint, Michigan.
3. Clifford M., Oct. 24, 1884, died Aug. 5, 1889.
4. Lyle F., born March 30, 1889; graduate of International Correspondence School of Scranton, Pennsylvania.
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