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Mary Hilliard (Case)

Also Known As: "widow Alderman"
Birthplace: Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut, United States
Death: August 22, 1725 (65)
Simsbury, Hartford County, Connecticut, United States
Place of Burial: United States
Immediate Family:

Daughter of John Case, of Simsbury and Sarah Case
Wife of William Alderman of Simsbury and Sgt. James Hillyer
Partner of Jonathan Deming
Mother of Mary Hiller; Thomas Alderman, Sr.; William Alderman, Jr.; Sarah Moses; John Alderman and 2 others
Sister of Elizabeth (Case) Lewis Tuller; John Case; William Case; Samuel Case, Sr.; Capt. Richard Case and 4 others

Managed by: Vance Barrett Mathis
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About Mary Hilliard

Mary Case

  • Born 22 Jun 1660 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut
  • Died 22 Aug 1725 in Simsbury Center, Hartford, Connecticut
  • Daughter of John Case II and Sarah Spencer
  • Wife of William Alderman — married 1 Aug 1679 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut
  • Wife of James (Hillier) Hillyer — married 30 Mar 1699 in Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut


Children of William Alderman and Mary Case:[1]

  1. Mary Alderman b. 22 Sep 1680[1]
  2. Thomas Alderman Jr b. 9 Jun 1683[1]
  3. John Alderman b. 1684[1]
  4. William Alderman Jr. b. 10 Oct 1686[1]
  5. Sarah Alderman b. 1691[1]
  6. Joseph Alderman b. 30 Jun 1697[1]

Children of unknown Demond and Mary Case

  1. Elizabeth Demond (Deming?) Elizabeth was born after the death of William and although born after her marriage to Hillier, the child was by another man. She was born in the summer of 1700 and bapt 25 May 1701 as the illegitimate daughter of Mary Hillyer by ___ Demond; Elizabeth m. 21 Feb 1717/18 Thomas Gleason of Enfield.[3]


  • "To my three sons, William Alderman, junior, John Alderman, and Joseph Alderman, my lands -- two pieces or parcels lying in Simsbury aforesaid. The first is a piece of pine land or plain on the west side of the river, given me by my father, John Case, deceased. The other is five acres of marsh land lying under West Mountain, which fell to me by division of my father's estate. To be equally divided among them.
  • "All my movable estate, except my wearing apparel, I give to my daughter, Elizabeth (Hillyer).
  • "And I appoint my well beloved son, John Alderman, my Executor."
  • Mary Hillyer: L. S.
  • Witnesses: Samuel Pettibone, John Humphrey, Samuel Humphrey


After William's death, Mary married Serj. James Hillier on March 30, 1699.

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Mary Hilliard's Timeline

June 22, 1660
Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut, United States
September 22, 1680
Simsbury, Hartford County, Connecticut Colony
January 9, 1683
Simsbury, Hartford County, Connecticut, British Colonial America
October 20, 1686
Simsbury Center, Hartford County, Connecticut Colony
Simsbury, Hartford County, Connecticut Colony
June 9, 1695
Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut Colony
June 30, 1697
Simsbury, Hartford County, Connecticut Colony
August 1700
Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut, USA