John S. Case

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John S. Case
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Member of the
Maine House of Representatives
In office
1880–1881
Mayor of
Rockland, Maine[1]
In office
1884[1] – 1885[2][3]
Preceded by George Gregory[1]
Succeeded by Benjamin Williams[3]
Mayor of
Rockland, Maine[4]
In office
1880[4] – 1881 [5]
Preceded by John Lovejoy[4]
Succeeded by George Gregory[5]
Member of the
Maine House of Representatives
In office
1868–1869
President of the
Rockland, Maine
Common Council
In office
1863–1863
Preceded by E. R. Spear
Succeeded by George W. Kimball, Jr.
Member of the
Rockland, Maine
Common Council
Ward 3
In office
1862–1863
Preceded by L. C. Pease
Succeeded by George W. Kimball, Jr.
Personal details
Born Belgrade, Maine
Political party Republican
Spouse(s) Lucy C. White
Religion Congregationalist[6]

John S. Case was a Republican politician from Maine who served as the Mayor of Rockland, Maine, and as a member of the Maine House of Representatives.[6]

Early life[edit]

Case was born in 1823 in Belgrade, Maine.[6]

Family life[edit]

In 1852 Case married Lucy C. White, they had two children, a son and daughter.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Chase, Henry (1896), The charter and ordinances of the City of Rockland:Together with the boundaries of the several wards, regulations respecting gunpowder, list of town officers from 1848 to 1854, A Catalogue of the City Government from 1854 to 1896, Rockland, Maine: Rockland, Maine City Council, p. 128. 
  2. ^ Chase, Henry (1896), The Charter and Ordinances of the City of Rockland:Together with the boundaries of the several wards, regulations respecting gunpowder, list of town officers from 1848 to 1854, A Catalogue of the City Government from 1854 to 1896, Rockland, Maine: Rockland, Maine City Council, p. 129. 
  3. ^ a b Chase, Henry (1896), The charter and ordinances of the City of Rockland:Together with the boundaries of the several wards, regulations respecting gunpowder, list of town officers from 1848 to 1854, A Catalogue of the City Government from 1854 to 1896, Rockland, Maine: Rockland, Maine City Council, p. 129. 
  4. ^ a b c Chase, Henry (1896), The charter and ordinances of the City of Rockland:Together with the boundaries of the several wards, regulations respecting gunpowder, list of town officers from 1848 to 1854, A Catalogue of the City Government from 1854 to 1896, Rockland, Maine: Rockland, Maine City Council, p. 125. 
  5. ^ a b Chase, Henry (1896), The charter and ordinances of the City of Rockland:Together with the boundaries of the several wards, regulations respecting gunpowder, list of town officers from 1848 to 1854, A Catalogue of the City Government from 1854 to 1896, Rockland, Maine: Rockland, Maine City Council, p. 126. 
  6. ^ a b c d Chase, Henry (1893), Representative Men of Maine: A Collection of Portraits with Biographical Sketches of Residents of the State, Who Have Achieved Success And are Prominent in the Commercial, Industrial, Professional and Political Life, To which is Added the Portraits and Sketches of All the Governors Since the Formation of the State, Portland, Maine: Lakeside Press, p. 81. 
Political offices
Preceded by
John Lovejoy
Mayor of
Rockland, Maine

1880 –1881
Succeeded by
George Gregory
Preceded by
George Gregory
Mayor of
Rockland, Maine

1884 –1885
Succeeded by
Benjamin Williams
Preceded by
E. R. Spear
President of the
Rockland, Maine
Common Council

1863 –1863
Succeeded by
George W. Kimball, Jr.
Preceded by
L. C. Pease
Member of the
Rockland, Maine
Common Council
Ward 3

1862 –1863
Succeeded by
George W. Kimball, Jr.