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John Monckton Case

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John Monckton Case (1875-1917), Civil Engineer who worked in British columbia

1875 Born the son of Frederic Case and his wife Anna

1897 November. Letters concerning E. J. Pennington.[1]

1911 Living at St Margarets at Cliffe, near Dover: John Monckton Case (age 33 born Warwick), Civil Engineer - Irrigation Work for the Government Of British Columbia. With his wife Minnie Case (age 28 born Sutton) and their three children; Margaret Gwynne Case (age 5 born cape Colony); Stephen Allwyn Case (age 2 born British Columbia); and Derk Philip Case (age 1 born British Columbia).[2]

1917 Died in British Columbia

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