Merchant, owned the general store (the "Stone Store") on W Seneca St, Vernon. Prominent founder/citizen. Co-founder of National Bank of Vernon.
Married Marie Pierson Case in 1817.
Born: 1784 Norfolk, Litchfield County, CT
Burial: Vernon Village CemeteryView Gravesite Details
Merchant, owner of Salman Case & Sons Store
First Cashier of National Bank of Vernon, original location in Case’s store.
Original Trustee, Vernon Academy.
Vernon Town Supervisor, 1843, 1845
Salmon Case came to the village in 1813 and lived here all his life; he died in 1871. He opened a store and long carried on a successful business. He was the first cashier of the Bank of Vernon, was twice elected supervisor of the town, and was otherwise honored. (Our County and Its People, A Descriptive work on Oneida County, New York, ed by Daniel E. Wager, The Boston History Company, Publishers 1896, Transcription Copyright©2002 Jane Stevens-Hodge; p571)