Found multiple versions of NAME. Using Renselaer Case /Worden/ .
Date: 18 AUG 1841
Place: Milan (Town of), Dutchess County, NY
Note: Renselaer had to show an old family bible dated pre-1850 to prove his birth in his Pension Application. His death certificate shows date of death as December 16, 1924, age: 80 years, 3 mos., 28 days which calculates to a birth date of 19 Aug 1844. One family record (from Gladys Borden Chapman's daughter, Helen Robinson) shows his birth date as 1841. He lived in Hyde Park on 21 Sep 1914.
Page: IGI 1993 Ed. Vers. Q300: Name was Rensalaer Worden, born in MilanTownship, Dutchess County, NY. Name Van Renselaer Worden is from letter to Katherine Mann Kip from Isabel Coons Muller and also appears in one marriage certificate (Sarah Clement).
Note: His death certificate shows date of death: December 16, 1924; age: 80 years, 3 mos., 28 days which calculates birth date: 19 Aug 1844. Sources include: NY Gen. & Bio. Record, Oct. 1955; Marriage record of Reformed Congregation of Old Rhinebeck (974.733.V25R, p. 85); family record of Katherine Mann Kipp; military and pension records (Philander and Alexander, both Union soldiers, died during the Civil War), Renselaer was Commissary Sergeant, promoted to Lieutenant). All siblings and self are buried in Rhinebeck except Elizabeth W. Simmons and Alexander (buried in London Park Cemetery, Baltimore, MD). William has no stone. Another source is the International Genealogical Index (IGI 1993 Ed. Vers. Q300): name was Renselaer, born in Milan Township, Dutchess County, NY. Name Van Renselaer is in letter from Isabel Coon Muller to Katherine Mann Kipp; also appears in marriage certificate. In DJW file are: photos of graves and family plot; a marriage certificate for his second marriage to Sarah Augusta Clement (Gildersleeve), his death certificate and military pension papers (widow's pension awarded to third wife, Isabel Quick).
Note: A land record shows Renselaer owning a lot in 1876 between Parsonage and Beech Sts. in Rhinebeck between East Market St. and Chestnut.
Place: Rhinebeck Reformed Church, Rhinebeck, Dutchess County, NY
Note: Samuel Montross was a widower when he married Katherine Southard. (Could he have been married to the Elizabeth Worden who died 1 Jan 1822 in Pleasant Valley, Dutchess County NY.? There is a reference at the First Presbyterian Church in Pleasant Valley, record "#12: 17 May 1812. Baptized adult, Elizabeth Worden, wife of Samuel Worden." But also see Samuel M. Worden, b. 1777 in Westchester County, died in 1839/1840 in Pleasant Valley; he may have been married to an Elizabeth who had a child Zaccheus b. about 1807, d. 1826 in Pleasant Valley.)
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Renselaer Case by comparing test results with other
carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
Y-chromosome DNA test-takers in his direct paternal line on WikiTree:
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