Biography of Nathan Case
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Case, Nathan, is the owner of the 400 acre Case farm of Hoosick Falls, which has never been in the possession of other than the paternal ancestors of the Case family. His father, Jonathan Case, a native of this place, died in 1881, after having spent a life of eighty one years in agricultural pursuits. His mother was Lydia Baker of an old family. She died twenty one years ago, leaving two sons and six daughters. Nathan spent his boyhood on the old farm where he was born in 1844. He has another farm of 210 acres, thus making 640 acres under his direct supervision. Being possessed of an inborn love for horses, he deals largely in the Old Volunteer stock and other famous breeds. He married in 1866 Waity, daughter of Joseph Swan of Potter Hill. Three sons and three daughters are the issue of this marriage. Mr. Case is a Republican.

From:
Landmarks of Rensselaer County
BY: George Baker Aaderson
Published By: D. Mason & Co. Publishers
Syracuse, NY 1897


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