Case, Clarence Walter "C.W." (May 26, 1876 - December 15, 1915)
Death of C.W.Case
Douglas Budget - December 16, 1915C.W. Case of Lost Spring died at the Private hospital last night. He was brought to the hospital Sunday, suffering from pneumonia. Mr. Case was justice of the peace of Lost Spring.
Funeral of C.W. Case
Douglas Budget - December 23, 1915The funeral of the late C.W. Case, of Lost Spring, who died Wednesday night of pneumonia, was held from the Hofmann undertaking parlors Friday afternoon. Interment was in the Douglas cemetery. Rev. W.K. Weaver officiated at the services.
C.W. Case was born in Chicago May 26, 1876. He had been a resident of Wyoming about ten years, locating first at Lusk. He moved to Douglas, where he lived about a year, locating then on a homestead near Lost Spring.
He is survived by a wife and six children, the oldest child being 14 years of age. His father and two sisters reside at Laramie, a sister lives at Walthill, Mo., one brother at Nevada, Ia., and another brother, C.H. Case, at Manville, Wyo.
Mr. Case was justice of the peace for Lost Spring precinct.
*RESOURCE MATERIAL - Full names of C.W. and wife; names of parents of C.W. also
"Pages of Converse County's Past"
Published by Heritage Book Committee
Wyoming Pioneer Association
Converse County, Douglas, WY
John R. Pexton, Chairman 1986
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