Photo of Marshall Case's 1840s Log Cabin near
Contributed by Fay TILLER Morgan
--field stone with flag -- -- CARNRIGHT-- Daniel C Carnright - June 14 1838 - Aug 6 1906 - Phoebe H his wife- Feb 2 1836 - Feb 19 1916 - William their son - Oct 3 1866 - June 3 1880 - George L their son - Feb 14 1866 - May 4 1883 --
- David W Case - 1842 - 1932 - Co L 1st NY Vet Cav
__ Kennedy - 1894 - 1929 - Co H 345th Inf
KENNEDY Harry Z. 6 Oct 1894 07-Dec-29 WWI USA Co H, 345th Infantry Case Troy Twp Bradford PA
( I have read in the past about vandels getting into this cemetery and
doing damage. The above would be the Kennedy w/o a first name.
Kennedy - 1894 - 1929 - Co H 345th INF
-- Stephen E - son of H A & E L Case - d June 10 1888 - age 21yr ?? - Hiram A Case - 1825 - 1900 - Eunice L Case - 1844 - 1922 --
Robert M Case - d Apr 16 1863 - infant s/o Jareb & Louise ??? -- infant son of Jareb & Louise - Mar 11 1859 -- == son of Jarab & Louise - d Dec 16 1864 - 1yr 19da --
-- CASE-- Jareb Case - Mar26 1822 - Jun 9 1894 - Louise S - wife of Jareb Case - Dec 7 1831 - Jan 28 1912 -- Mother - Father --
- Milton P Case - Jan 2 1867 - May 7 1897 --
- Edmond Case - Dec 27 1814 - Mar28 1894 -- - Lucy M - w/o Edmund Case - d Oct 1 1848 - ae 32y 7mo 16da --
- E Charlotte Case - Nov 28 1825 - Mar 9 1859 --
- Cornelia S Case - Aug12 1928 - Feb 2 1907 --
- Susan Case - Apr 1820 - Oct 13 1894 --
- Harriett R Case - d Sept 12 1876 - age 59 yrs - --CASE-- Ephraim Case - d Sep 8 1876 - age 47 yrs - --Our Father and Mother--
---------------(these are all tin markers)------ - Eleanor Case - Sept 1919 - Sept 1919 - Charles Case - Apr 1918 - Apr 1918 - Margaret Case - 1906 - 1906 - Ella May Case - May 1913 - Dec 1913 - Horace E Case - d Apr 17 1939 - age 73yrs 17da -
- Julia F -infant d/o Nathan P & Sarah M Case - d Sep 17 1849 - ae 4mo 13d --
- Wm Penn - son of Elilus & Charlotte Case - d Jan 25 1846 - age 4yr 5mo 19da --
----- In Memory of ?Ellen? & ?Randal? Case Erected 1861 -----
-- CASE -- Elihu Case - Sep 22 1790 - Apr 13 1865
- Charlotte P Case - May 30 1796 - May 2 1881
--B C-- --O P C-- --H R C-- --Statira-- --Reuben--
-- Orren P - son/of Reuben & Statira Case - d Dec 11 1859 - age 19yr ==== 6da ==CASE== - Reuben Case May 30 1801 - Aug 7 1882 - Statira Hugo his wife - Mar 6 1802 - Dec 19 1896 -
--CASE-- - Timothy N Case - Dec 6 1804 - Aug 28 1864 - Delia Cowell his wife - Dec 15 1810 - Sep 15 1891 - Alonzo R Case - 1st Lieut Co B 207 PV - Feb 8 1836 - Apr 2 1865 - killed in battle at Petersburg Vir -- Mother - Father - PC --
- Reuben R Case - d Dec 8 1858 - age 25yr 2mo 24da (in Sims lot) -- -- =partial= d 1865
-- Gracie - d Mar 13 1879 - age 7 mos
-- Josie - dau/o C & Mary Decker - Aug 27 1893 - Sep 18 1803 -
(tin) - A A Decker - 1883 - 1948 -
-- (tin) M C Green 1884-1953 -------
Ida L Green - 1855 - 1936 -Nathanael B Green - 1858 - 1918
- Jacob Merritt - d Sep 23 1866 ae ? - Sylvia w/o Jacob C Merritt - d Apr 17 1887 - ae 57 yrs --
- Laura J - dau of Philander W & Experience -- Experience - w/o Philander W Rockwell - d July 1 1846 - age 27yrs -- -- Henrietta - Apr 5 1818 --
-- (tin) W W Scott --
--SIMS-- - John Sims - Aug 18 1818 - Jan10 1878 - -Charlotte M Sims - Jan 18 1822 - Mar 22 1898 - Charles S Sims - June 19 1854 - May 18 1872 - George F Sims - July 24 1840 - May 6 1846 - Olive C Sims - Aug 9 1859 - Aug 11 1859 - Orrin S Sims - Aug 9 1859 - Apr 4 1860 - Harry N Sims - Feb 8 1866 - Jun 4 1866 --
- Father - Mother - C S S - O C S - O S S - H N S - C S S (Sims -- foot stones) --
-- James son/o ?? Strait -- -- Edgar ===und== -- Irene Case Strait - July 17 1816 - Sept 15 1885 - Charles Strait - d Jan 20 1860 - age 40yr 7mo 22da
Sally M - w/o L Vanbuskirk - d Oct 31 1894 - age 78yr 4mo 28da-
Flora - A Faithful Horse 1884-1915
CARNWRIGHT - KILLED BY LIGHTENING
IN SON'S BARN
Daniel Carnwright, a respected resident for many years of Armenia township, was instantly killed by lightening about 2:00 o'clock Monday afternoon. He had been helping his son in haying near Columbia X Roads. The severe storm had driven himself, his son and Robert Nelson to the barn. Edward had been called by his wife to the house. In the course of perhaps twenty minutes he returned to the barn and found his father dead and Nelson unconscious. While that latter rallied, his condition is still serious. He suffers much pain. Two sons survive- Edward and John with the latter of whom on the edge of Armenia mountain, the deceased made his home. Rev. Early conducted the funeral from the home Wednesday forenoon. Burial was in the Case cemetery.
CASE - Elihu, born September 22, 1790 at Hebron, N.Y., occupied the homestead farm in Troy. He was long prominent in public and military affairs, being popularly known as "General Case." He served as State Senator, 1837-'41, and was a surveyor and justice of the peace 40 years. He married Charlotte, daughter of Jareb Palmer; died, 1865, at Troy. Their children were: Edmund, Hiram A., Nathan P., Adrial H., Jareb and Irene (Mrs. Charles N. Strait).
Hiram A. CASE.
Hiram A. Case was born in Troy Township, December 5, 1825 and died September 2nd, 1900. He was a life long resident of the town. When 12 years old he began surveying and continued the work till his last sickness. He was married when 19 years old to Lephe Ann Smead, by whom he had five children, three of whom are living: Wm. Penn, Fowler and Horace Case. He was married the second time to Mrs. Eunice Mosher, September 24, 1877. Two children were born to them, only one Walter Case is living. He was Justice of the Peace 35 years, 30 years consecutively. When a young man he united with the Disciples in Alba, and in later years united with the Church of Christ in Troy. His funeral held at his late home, Tuesday, September 4th, was largely attended, services conducted by Revs. J. H. Gordinier and E. F. Randall. Interment in the Case Cemetery. TGR1900
DECKER Arthur A-was almost instantly killed at about 7:30 last Friday morning, June 18, 1949, when a car, owned and driven by C L Dewey, backed over him. He suffered a crushed skull, a broken right leg and a crushed chest. Mr. Dewey states he did not see or hear Decker until after the accident. The alley is owned by Mr. Dewey and separates his property from that of Walter Depew. Coroner Gerald Vickery issued a certificate of accidental death and the body was removed to the Soper & Vickery undertaking rooms. Greatly handicapped by extreme deafness, Decker was a good horseman and an excellent caretaker around barns. He was an honest man, one who kept his appointments and fulfilled his obligations. He is survived by a brother, Ray of Troy, brother Charles, Wellsburg and a sister, Mrs. Anna Holly, Cortland. Mrs. Anna Louise Scott is a half-sister. The funeral was held at 11 am Monday, June 21, 1948 from the Soper & Vickery Funeral Home. Rev. A E Morey with burial in the Case cemetery. TROY
SAXTON –ELENORA S. SIMS, 73, of RD @ Troy, Pa., died Sunday, Nov. 26, 1989 at Divine Providence Hospital, Williamsport, Pa. Mrs. Sims was born March 13, 1916 in Troy Township, Bradford County, the daughter of Willis and Aline Leonard Saxton. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Troy, and the Troy Grange. Upon her graduation from Mansfield University, she taught social studies and English at Shinglehouse, Pa. She also was a teacher at the Martha Lloyd School in Troy. She is survived by her husband of 46 years. Paul R. Sims; son and daughter-in-law, Gerald L. and Cheryl Sims of Troy RD; daughter and son-in-law, Constance E. and Steve Petris of Gillett RD 2; three grandchildren; sister, Mrs. Ruth (Mary) Sartell of Thompson, Pa.; brothers, Arthur Saxton of New London, N.H., Charles and Earl Saxton, both of Troy; several nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the Vickery Funeral Home, Troy on Tuesday from 7 until 9 p.m. The funeral service will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the funeral home with the Rev. K. Rahamat Khan officiating. Burial will be in Case Cemetery, Troy Township. –Towanda Daily Review.
WILL W. SCOTT about 70 of 320 Broad St., Waverly died Saturday,
April 30, 1955. A retired carpenter and a native of Troy, he had
resided with his son, Claude the past 114 years. Survived by son,
Claude; half-brother, John of Troy; two grandchildren; several cousins.
Body at Geer Funeral Home, Waverly where friends may call after 2 p.m.
today. Funeral Monday 2:30 p.m. The Rev. John Gibbs.
Case Cemetery, Troy. –Elmira Sunday Telegram 5/1/1955
|Mrs. Cornelia STRAIT Case (SRGP 19877)
Mrs. Cornelia S. Case, widow of Edmond Case, died at the home of Mrs.
W. H. Bradford, Sylvania, Pa., February 7, 1907, aged 78 years.