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Sarah Case (Self)

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Pleasant Hope, Polk County, Missouri, USA
Death: 1870 (32-33)
Arno, Douglas County, Missouri, USA
Place of Burial: Arno Cemetery, Douglas County, Missouri, USA
Immediate Family:

Daughter of John Turner Self and Lucy Self (Weaver)
Wife of William Case, Jr.
Mother of Cynthia Elizabeth "Betty" Case; Samuel Isham Case; Nancy Jane Case; Louisa Melissa Case; Lucy Ann Case and 1 other
Sister of Irena Pendergraft; Samuel H Self and Louisa Self

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About Sarah Case

GEDCOM Source

wcase.sr.FTW Other Date of Import: May 2, 2000

GEDCOM Source

wcase.sr.FTW Other Date of Import: May 2, 2000


Sarah was the daughter of John Turner and Sarah (Weaver) Self. She married William Case, Jr. February 4, 1856 near Pleasant Hope in Polk County, Sarah's birth place. Her family had come up from Tennessee in the 1830's and homesteaded in the area east of Springfield.

There were six children: Sintha, Samuel Isom, Nancy J., Louisa M., Nancy Ann and John W.

By 1870, the family had relocated to Arno on Beaver Creek in Douglas County. Soon after, William was widowed by the death of his wife and remarried Martha Jane Teal in 1871.

There is no record of her having been interred in the Arno Cemetery but a few graves there date from the time of her death.* Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy: Feb 10 2020, 22:59:31 UTC

Sarah was the daughter of John Turner and Sarah (Weaver) Self. She married William Case, Jr. February 4, 1856 near Pleasant Hope in Polk County, Sarah's birth place. Her family had come up from Tennessee in the 1830's and homesteaded in the area east of Springfield.

There were six children: Sintha, Samuel Isom, Nancy J., Louisa M., Nancy Ann and John W.

By 1870, the family had relocated to Arno on Beaver Creek in Douglas County. Soon after, William was widowed by the death of his wife and remarried Martha Jane Teal in 1871.

There is no record of her having been interred in the Arno Cemetery but a few graves there date from the time of her death.

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Sarah Case's Timeline

1837
1837
Pleasant Hope, Polk County, Missouri, USA
1857
February 4, 1857
Age 20
Polk Co., Macao
1858
July 7, 1858
Age 21
Polk Co., Macao
1859
December 7, 1859
Age 22
Polk Co., Macao
1861
December 28, 1861
Age 24
Missouri
1864
May 28, 1864
Age 27
Missouri
1866
October 22, 1866
Age 29
Missouri
1870
1870
Age 33
Arno, Douglas County, Missouri, USA
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Arno Cemetery, Douglas County, Missouri, USA