William W. Case

WILLIAM W. CASE of Case & Warner, Oregon; born in the town of Rutland, Dane Co., Wis. Feb. 14, 1848; his father, C.E. Case, born in Cattaraugus Co., N.Y., was a very early settler in Union, Rock Co., he coming, two years later, to a farm in Rutland, where he died Aug. 11, 1876; his widow Martha M. Case, born in Ripley Co., Ind., is still living. W.W. Case has spent his life, and been educated in Dane Co.; began business as a traveling man for Terwilliger & Lindsey; followed this two year, then farmed it two years, and, in company with a brother, O.M. Case, began business in the village Dec. 12, 1878; the brother retired in favor of Mr. Warner Sept. 17, 1879. Mr. Case married Jan. 1, 1872, Miss Hattie E. Kocher, a native of Monroe Co., N.Y., born Feb. 19, 1854; they have two children -Jessie E. and Mark R.  Mr. Case is a Republican.

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