Compiled by P. Davidson-Peters © 2012
|A Note from Patti: Much of the earlier
Chase ancestry from James Chase, born in Newbury,
Massachusetts to Thomas and Rebecca (Follansbee)
on 15 Sep 1685, can be easily found in various
books relating to Haverhill, Massachusetts or
Aquila Chase, the father of Thomas who had been
born in Chesham, England in 1618 coming to
American in about 1638. For this reason, I will
forego including those earliest years and begin
the ancestry of Eleanor Chase - who married
Thomas A. Moore of St. Louis - with her 2nd great
grandfather, Isaiah Chase, who was born in the
year of 1776.
Although many now
have access to many more on-line records, the
extractions to my census records include
corrections to the enumerator's errors and also
the maiden name of the women when known. Since I
began blogging, there is also more information
available at my PDP's Roots &
Branches and Early St. Louis blogs.
Please keep in mind I've
compiled this data primarily by linking census records to
birth and marriage records - and any biographical
sketches I might have found pertaining to any of
the families or individuals, so I advise you to
follow up from the sources I've included at the
bottom of the sketch. The narrative include links to the census
extractions/images and images to other records of
interest. Any information you can contribute, or
any errors you might correct, I gladly accept
your emails. Questions and comments are most
welcome as well. Thanks, and enjoy browsing.
|ISAIAH CHASE - the son of James and
Elizabeth Haseltine, he was born in Haverhill,
Essex Co., Massachusetts on 05 Dec 1776. He was
married to Abigail "Nabby or Abby"
Bachelder in Loudon, Merrimack Co., NH on 05 Dec
1799 - she being the daughter of Libbe Bachelder
and Love Blaisdell.
Listed in the 1850 census residing in Loudon,
their household consisted of son James H, his
wife Belinda, and the couple's two children Leone
J, and Abba E. Chase.
Isaiah died in
Loudon on 17 Oct 1858 and Nabby, who was born 19
Jun 1799, on the 10th of October, 1859. They are
laid to rest at the Loudon Village Cemetery.
Headstone photos thanks to
Randy Cummings at Find A Grave (Outside Link)
ISAIAH CHASE & ABIGAIL (BACHELDER)
- Harriet Chase - born 24 Jun
1800 in Loudon, Merrimack Co., NH;
married Alfred Haines on 10 Jun 1829
in Canterbury Twp., Merrimack Co.,
Chase - twin of Newell, born 21 Jun
1802 in Loudon, Merrimack Co., NH;
died 10 Dec 1803 in Loudon. (NH
Chase - twin of Perley, born 21 Jun
1802 in Loudon, Merrimack Co., NH;
died Dec 1802.
- Ira Allen Chase - born 22 Jan
1804 in Loudon, Merrimack Co., NH;
married Hannah Cate on 10 Jan 1827 in
Loudon, Merrimack Co., NH; died in
Loudon on 25 Apr 1853.
- William Friend
Chase - born 08 Mar 1806 in
Loudon, Merrimack Co., NH; married
Mary H. Currier on 29 Jun 1829 in
Canterbury Twp., Merrimack Co., NH.
- Albert M. Chase - born 27 Feb
1811 in Loudon, Merrimack Co., NH;
married Sarah Jane Green on 29 Apr
1836 in Moultonborough, Carroll Co.,
Harris Chase - born 23 Jan 1815 in
Loudon, Merrimack Co., NH; died there
07 Mar 1815. (NH Death
- James Haselton
Chase - born 19 Jun 1816 in
Loudon, Merrimack Co., NH; married
Belinda Palmer; died 08 Aug 1863.
|HARRIET CHASE -
daughter of Isaiah and Abby, was born in Loudon, NH on
24 Jun 1800 and was married to Alfred Haynes or
Haiines in Canterbury Twp., Merrimack Co., NH on
10 Jun 1829. It is believed that she died 06 Jul
her death, Alfred married Jane Alexena P. Snipe
in Lowell, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, the
marriage record indicating she was the daughter
of Charles Snipe and Sophia Young. The blended
family was enumerated in the 1850 census as Haynes and were residents
of Lowell, Massachusetts.
HARRIET (CHASE) & ALFRED HAYNES
Taken from the 1850 census record of Lowell,
Middlesex Co., MA
Haynes - born about 1833 in New
Hampshire, and included in the 1850
household of her father as age 17,
but possibly same as Mary Augusta.
- Albert G.C.
Haynes - born about 1835 in
Goffstown, Hillsborough Co., NH and
included in the 1850 household of his
father as age 15; married Mary J.
Morgan, daughter of Isaiah and
Catherine in Boston, Mass. on 30 Sep
1860; died 10 Mar 1877 in Boston.
Haynes - born about 1838 in New
Hampshire and included in the 1850
household of her father as age 12
(Possibly known as Harriet C.)
|IRA A. CHASE - son of Isaiah
he was born in Loudon, Merrimack Co., New
Hampshire on 22 Jan 1804, and was married to
Hannah Cate, daughter of Shadrach and Rebecca
(Chamberlain) on 10 Jan 1827 in Loudon. They were
enumerated in Loudon in the 1850 census only a few months
prior to Hannah's death on 16th December of that
year. Ira's death followed on 25 Apr 1853 in
IRA A. CHASE & HANNAH (CATE)
Angeline Chase - born about
1827 in Loudon, Merrimack Co., NH;
married Rev. William H. Jones; died
in Epping, Rockingham Co., NH on 31
- Henry Bachelder
Chase - born 14 Mar 1829 in
Loudon, Merrimack Co., NH; married
Catherine F. Hannaford on 14 oct 1857
in Cuyahoga Co., OH; died 24 Oct 1918
in Rockford, Winnebago Co., IL.
- Hiram Cate
Chase - born 11 Jan 1831 in
Loudon, Merrimack Co., NH; married
Eunice Bedora Lyon; died 29 Sep 1903.
- Hannah E. Chase - born 03 Oct
1832 in Loudon, Merrimack Co., NH;
married Samuel D. Morrill; died 23
May 1909 in Miles Lacs Co., MN.
- Rebecca A.
Chase - born 29 Mar 1834 in
Loudon, Merrimack Co., NH.
- Ira A. Chase - born 29 May
1836 in Loudon, Merrimack Co., NH;
married Emeline Batchelder.
- John C.
Chase - born 24 Nov 1843 in Loudon,
Merrimack Co., NH.
M. Chase - born Feb 1848 in Loudon,
Merrimack Co., NH; died 09 Jul 1865
and buried in Loudon Village
photo at Find A Grave by Randy
Cummings - Outside Link)
F. CHASE - son of Isaiah
he was born in Loudon, Merrimack Co., New
Hampshire on 08 Mar 1806, and was married to Mary
Haines, daughter of Joseph and Mary
"Polly" (Durgin) on 29 Jun 1829 in
Caterbury, Merrimack Co., New Hapshire. It is
believed that she was the widow of Asa Currier
and was born 06 Jul 1807 in New Hampshire, and
died prior to the 1870 census.
A woolen mill worker,
William was enumerated in the 1850, 1860, 1870, 1880 census residing in
Boscawen, Merrimack Co., New Hampshire. He
appears to have died before 1900. Place of
burial, not known.
WILLIAM F. CHASE & MARY (HAINES)
- Sarah J. Chase - born 29 Mar
1836 in Loudon, Merrimack Co., NH;
married Charles H. Jerald who was a
soldier who most probably died during
the Civil War; she married 2nd James
A. Hibbard; died 05 Jun 1914 in
Hopkinton, Merrimack Co., NH.
Chase - born about 1841 and included
in the 1850 household.
- George F.
Chase - born about 1850 in Merrimack
Co., NH; listed in the 1850 census as
3 mos, and the 1860 as age 10.
M. CHASE - son of Isaiah
he was a store keeper who was born in Loudon,
Merrimack Co., New Hampshire on 27 Feb 1811, and
married Sarah Jane Green on 29 Apr 1836 in
Moultonborough, NH. They were enumerated in the 1850 census residing in Loudon
with their three children. Although no husband,
parents or age are listed on the death
certificate, it seems likely that she is the same
Sarah Jane Chase who died in Loudon on 10 Dec
then appears to have married Roxana S. Durfee,
daughter of John Hunton and Lydia Atwood. The
marriage is recorded as a 2nd for both, she
listed as a tailoress and resident of Foxborough,
Massachusetts and Albert as a laborer and
resident of Webster, Merrimack Co., NH where they
were married on 30 Sep 1866.
In 1870 Roxana is
listed as head of household in Foxborough,
Norfolk Co., Massachusetts with her son George
Durfee from her 1st marriage, and one year-old
daughter Lydia J. Chase whom she had with Albert.
In 1880 she is again listed as head of household,
married (not widowed), and working in a straw hat
shop. The enumerator kindly included first and
middle names of her and her two children. It is
not known when Albert died, but Roxana died of
"La Grippe" (influenza) on 01 Jan 1894
in Foxborough. Place of burial not known.
First husband of Roxana Smith (Huntoon) was
Warren Arthur Durfee who was born in about 1821
in Foxborough, son of Peleg and Jane Patten. They
were married in Boscawen, Merrimack Co., NH on 20
May 1851 and had twins (male & female) who
died at age one day of "fits" on 25 Feb
1852. They had two additional sons: John Francis
Durfee born 14 Jan 1853, and George Warren Durfee
born 01 Apr 1855. Warren died of Consumption on
10 Feb 1857 in Foxborough, Norfolk Co., MA.
ALBERT M. CHASE & SARAH J. (GREEN)
Taken from the 1850 Loudon, Merrimack Co., NH
- Albert G.
Chase - born about 1841 in New
Hampshire, listed as age 9 in 1850.
Eugene Chase - born 30 Oct 1842 in
Moultonborough, Carroll Co., NH;
married Alice T. Holmes in Concord,
NH on 18 Apr 1888, she the daughter
of Frank Holmes of Stoneham,
Massachusetts and Abbie B. of Boston.
Their marriage listed her as a 31
year-old tailoress, first marriage.
They resided in Pembroke, Merrimack
Co., NH where he died on 22 Dec 1916
. He was buried at Mount Hope
Cemetery in Loudon.
A. Chase - born about 1847 in New
Hampshire, listed as age 3 in 1850.
ALBERT M. CHASE & ROXANA S. (HUNTOON)
Jane Chase - born 25 Sep 1868 in
Foxborough, Norfolk Co.,
Massachusetts. She married Fred E.
York in Foxborough on 29 Jun 1893,
the son of Sylvestus and Maranda
H. CHASE - son of Isaiah
was born 19 Jun 1816 in Loudon, Merrimack Co.,
NH. At about age 30, on 04 Jun 1847 he married
Belinda Palmer who also appears to have been
known as Betsey and Melinda. The family was
enumerated in the 1850 residing in his parents'
household, and in 1860 "Haselton" is
listed Loudon with three sons.
His wife, who is not
included in the household, is believed to have
died on 07 Aug 1859. James, who was said to have
been a soldier in the Civil War, died on 08 Aug
G.C. HAYNES - son of Harriet
(Chase) and Alfred Haynes, was born about 1835 in
Goffstown, Hillsborough Co., NH and was included
in the 1850 household of his father as
age 15 residing in Lowell, Middlesex Co.,
Massachusetts. Five years later he was enumerated
in the Massachusetts State Census as a 21
year-old clerk in Ward 4 of that city, and upon
the same page was listed twelve year-old Charles
the 6th of July, Albert appears to be listed in
the 1860 Boston household of Luther
and Lizzie Adams just prior to his marriage. His
occupation is listed as "liquor store."
Adams, who was listed as a 26 year-old distiller
is believed to be the same Luther Adams who
started in the Boston distillery business as a
foreman with William French & Co. and was a
wholesale liquor dealer in the firm of Adams,
Taylor & Co. with George Taylor.
Often listed fully
as Albert G. C. Haynes, he was married in Boston
to Mary J. Morgan, daughter of Isaiah and
Catherine (Wheeler), on 30 Sep 1860. The family
was then listed in the Massachusetts State Census
on 01 May 1865, their household including
daughter Harriet as well as photograph printer
Harriet Arvila who was listed as age 22 and born
in Massachusetts, Henrietta Hickson, age 15 and
his first cousin Ira B. Chase, son of Isaiah and
Abigal (Batchelder) - the latter two also
appearing in his 1870 Boston household along with his
wife and daughter. Albert died in Boston on 10
Mar 1877 and his wife Mary died of diabetes on 13
Jan 1891 in New Bedford, Bristol Co., MA. Their
place of burial is not known, although Mary's
death record indicates she was buried in Boston.
ALBERT C.G. HAYNES & MARY J. (MORGAN)
Frances Haynes - born 31 Jan 1864 in
Boston, Suffolk, Co., MA; enumerated
in the 1865 and 1870 census.
A. "ANGIE" CHASE -
daughter of Ira and Hannah (Cate), was born 21 May 1827 in Loudon,
Merrimack Co., NH. She was not enumerated in her
parents' 1850 household, nor was she located in
the enumeration for Loudon that year.
She was married to William H. Jones in
November of 1855 which was about the same year he
entered the ministry. He was at that time the
pastor at Marlow, New Hampshire. He had been born
in Baltimore, Maryland on 10 Jul 1826. The son of
a sea captain, William , he became a clergyman
for the Methodist Episcopal Church. In 1860 the
family was residing in New Market, Rockingham
Co., New Hampshire, and in 1870 they were
living in Grafton, Warren Co., New Hampshire.
As was common with ministers,
the family moved again and were enumerated in the
living in Manchester, Hillsborough Co., New
Hampshire, and in 1900 William
and Harriet were residing with their married
daughter, Emma Swain - the census showing she was
the mother of three children - all living.
According to his death record,
the Rev. William H. Jones died in Epping,
Rockingham Co., NH on 09 Aug 1902. His widow
"Angie" passed away peacefully on 31
May 1906 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Swain.
Rev. Jones was laid to rest at Prospect Cemetery
in Epping, Rockingham Co., NH. Place of burial
for Angie not yet known.
Memoriam of H.
"Angie" (Chase) Jones extracted from
the Minutes of the ... session of the NH Annual
Conference of the ME Church
H. "ANGIE" (CHASE) & REV. WILLIAM
- Emma F. Jones - born 02 Nov
1856 in Peterborough Twp.,
Hillsborough Co., NH; married
Benjamin "Bennie" Swain.
Victor Jones - born 15 Jun 1861 in
New Hampshire; married him and Annie
L. Johnson on 17 Sep 1884 in
Kingston, Rockingham Co., NH, she
having been born in about 1861. An
Oculist, he choked to death on 13 Nov
1905 en route to the hospital. Death record listed him as
age 46y 4m 29 days. He was buried at
Oak Grove Cemetery in Medford.
- Elgin W.
Jones - born about 1861 in New
Market, Rockingham Co., New
Hampshire. According to their marriage record, his father,
the Rev. William Jones, married Elgin
and Adelaide L. Stone, daughter of
William A. and Emily M. Sumner, on 20
Oct 1891 in Concord, Merrimack Co.,
NH. They were the parents of William
Elgin Jones who, according to his birth record, was born in
Lynn, Massachusetts on 20 Oct 1902.
B. CHASE - son of Ira
and Hannah (Cate), was born 14 Mar 1829 in Loudon,
Merrimack Co., NH. Henry was not included in any
of the 180 dwellings and 1888 families enumerated
in the 1850 census for Solon, Cuyahoga Co., Ohio;
but Catherine F. "Kate" Hannaford, whom
he married Catherine on 14 Oct 1857 in that
county, was listed with her family. The daughter
of Reuben and Nancy (Foster), Kate was born in
Solon on 12 May 1834 and both of her parents were
natives of Canterbury Twp., Merrimack Co., NH.
Henry removed to Ohio and
there became well-acquainted with Tom Garfield,
whose brother James became the 20th President of
the United States in 1881. Shortly after his
marriage to Kate, they moved westward to Cherry
Valley, Winnebago Co., Illinois where they were
enumerated in the 1860 census living just a house
down from Kate's brother Charles, and his family.
In 1870 the family includes six
children, the youngest, Estella, only ten months
In 1880 the household consisted of
seven children, two of whom (Charles and Frank)
were working as school teachers. After Henry's
retirement in 1891, they moved to Rockford and
made their home at 321 North Third Street where
they were listed in the 1900 and 1910 census.
Henry died on 24
Oct 1918 in Rockford, Winnebago Co., Illinois.
His obituary described him as "a
gentleman of a distinctly pleasing and kindly
nature which endeared him to all who made his
acquaintance," and that he had passed away
at St. Anthony hospital. He was laid to rest on
the 26th at Cedar Bluff Cemetey. His wife, Kate,
preceded him in death, having passed away on 19
Dec 1905. Her obituary stated that in the past
six years since the death of their son Charles,
their two grandchildren, "Dell, a young
woman of 20 years, and Henry, a boy of 10"
had resided with them and brightened their home.
She and Henry share a headtone at Cedar Bluff
Brief biographical sketch
of H.B. Chase
Cedar Bluff Cemetery
Memorial & Headstone photo at Find A Grave
HENRY B. CHASE & "KATE" (HANNAFORD)
- Charles A.
Chase - born 01 Sep 1858 in
Ohio; married Emma Cochran in 1884;
died 09 Sep 1897 in Rockford,
Winnebago Co., IL.
- Ira R. Chase - born 30 Jan
1860 in Winnebago Co., IL; married
Frances E. Barnes in 1883; died in
Chicago, IL on 13 Dec 1916.
- Frank H. Chase - born about
Aug 1861 in Winnebago Co., IL and was
a school teacher who married Ida A.
- George A. Chase - born 1864 in
Winnebago Co., IL; married Jennie E.
(Dickerman); died 29 Nov 1903.
- Arthur Chase - born 09 Jul
1867 in Cherry Valley, Winnebago Co.,
IL; married Addie M. (Rosecrance);
died at Rockford, Winnebago Co., IL
on 30 Jan 1921.
- Estella Chase - born 12 Aug
1869 in Winnebago Co., IL; married
Frank E. Rosecrance; died in
Rockford, IL on 19 Aug 1944.
- Harry Chase - born 14 May
1874 in Winnebago Co., IL; married
Ida M. Barnes, sister of Ira's wife
Stella (daughters of Henry Barnes and
Laura J. Cates) on 14 Jul 1897 in
Winnebago Co., IL.
C. CHASE - son of Ira
and Hannah (Cate), was born 11 Jan 1831 in Loudon,
Merrimack Co., New Hampshire, and as a young man
taught school along the coast of Maine. He
thereafter, studied medicine with his uncle and
in 1855 moved to Strawberry Point, Iowa. Here he
married Miss Eunice Bedora Lyon who was born in
Jefferson Co., New York on 11 Aug 1836 and was
the daughter of Robert and Roccina (Gleason).
They were united in
marriage on 25 Feb 1858, and made their home in
Honey Creek, Delaware Co., Iowa where he was a
practicing physician. Their 1860 household included their 3
month-old son, "Floyd" and her widowed
father Robert. In 1870 the family was still
residing in Honey Creek and their youngest child
(Ira Allen) was listed as 18 days and was not yet
named. By 1880 they had moved to
Strawberry Point in Cass Twp. of Clayton County,
Iowa, where his wife Eunice died on 04 Dec 1877,
and he had then married Ellen Susan Knight on 21
Aug 1878. By the time the census was taken the
couple's first child, John was eleven months old.
The little infant died of Diptheria on 02 Sep
1880 at the age of 1 year 2 months and 23 days.
The 1885 Iowa
State Census then lists the family in the same
location, and their household including six
children, the two youngest (Freddie & Ruth)
being children of the second marriage. Within
five years the family had moved to Algernon Twp.
in Custer Co., Nebraska where the 1900 census includes seven
children, their youngest being daughter Jessie M,
who was listed as born in September of 1899. By
this time Hiram is now listed as a farmer, and
his two sons, Shadrach and Hiram (who both
married Nelsons) are listed nearby.
Hiram died 29 Sep
1903, most probably in Algernon as his widow and
four children were residing there in 1910 and 1920. Ellen died 17 Apr 1928 in
Mason City, Nebraska. Hiram and Eunice were both
laid to rest at Strawberry Point Cemetery in
Clayton Co., Iowa.
HIRAM C. CHASE & EUNICE B. (LYON)
M. Chase - born 01 Feb 1859 in Iowa
and died 13 Mar 1859.
Tinker Chase - born 03 Apr 1860 in
Strawberry Point, Clayton Co., IA;
married Della Shetler; died 12 Jun
1940 in Loup City, Sherman Co., NE
and buried at Evergreen Cemetery.
Bedora Chase - born 04 Apr 1862 in
Iowa; died 18 Aug 1863.
Eliza Chase - born 28 Jan 1864 in
Delaware Co., IA; married Arthur M.
Bennet in Loup City, NE on 28 Jan
1884; died 1940; buried Evergreen
Angie Chase - born 16 Mar 1866 in
Iowa; married Quintin R. Russell in
Sherman Co., NE on 09 Sep 1884;
resided in Woodward, Oklahoma and
died 22 Sep 1924.
Cate Chase - born 28 May 1868 in
Iowa; married Martha Riese Nelson in
about 1893; resided in Algernon,
Custer Co., NE; died 10 Jul 1913 and
buried in Mason City Cemetery in
Custer Co., NE.
- Ira Allen
Chase - born 12 May 1870 in Iowa;
died 27 Aug 1880 of Diptheria.
Chase - born 17 Mar 1872 in Delaware
Co., IA; married Anna Lauretta Sutton
on 27 Aug 1895 in Loup City, Sherman
Co., NE; died 12 Aug 1964 in Sherman
Co., NE and buried at Evergreen
Cemetery in Loup City.
Mae Chase - born 15 Jul 1874 in Iowa;
married Wellington Hawk on 17 Dec
1899 in Nebraska; died 02 Jan 1929
and buried at Evergreen Cemetery in
Loup City, NE.
Chase - born 15 Sep 1876 in Iowa;
married Hannah Nelson (sister of
Martha) in about 1899 and was
residing in Algernon Twp., Custer
Co., NE in 1900.
HIRAM C. CHASE & ELLEN S. (KNIGHT)
Chase - born 10 Jun 1879 in Iowa;
listed in the 1880 census as 11
months old, but died of Diptheria on
02 Sep 1880.
Garfield Chase - born 07 Jun 1881 in
Iowa; named, no doubt, for President
James Garfield who took office and
was then assassinated. The
President's brother Tom was a good
friend of Hiram from his days in
Cuyahoga Co., Ohio. Fred later
resided in Wellington, CO.
- Ruby Kate
Chase - born 03 Feb 1883 in Iowa;
married John M. Slater, and resided
in Broadwater, NE.
Susan Chase - born 23 Feb 1885 in
Iowa; married Chris Nelson (brother
of Hannah who married Shadrach
Chase); resided in Mason City, NE.
Stevens Chase - born 16 Feb 1887 in
Nebraska; moved to Chatham, NY; died
18 Mar 1929, buried at Mason City
Cemetery in Custer Co., NE.
Chase - born 27 Sep 1889; resided in
- Alfred C.
Chase - born 25 Dec 1896 in Nebraska;
later resided at Alliance, NE.
- Jessie M.
Chase - born 09 Sep 1899 in Nebraska;
she married J.N. Jacobsen and lived
in Los Angeles, CA.
E. CHASE - daughter of Ira
and Hannah (Cate), was born 03 Oct 1832 in Loudon,
Merrimack Co., New Hampshire. She was not listed
in the 1850 household of her parents, but a
Hannah E. Chase matching her age (17) is listed
in the Edward Gould household in Concord which is
less than ten miles from Loudon. Sometime around
1857 she married Samuel D. Morrill who was born
03 Dec 1827 in Chichester, Merrimack Co., NH. He
was enumerated in 1850 (prior to this marriage)
with his parents, John W. and Olive Page,
residing in Loudon in 1850; and in 1860 he, Hannah, and their
daughter were living in his parents' household.
Samuel D. Morrill died in
Loudon on 21 Mar 1864, possibly indicating he
served in the Civil War. Approximately five
months later, Hannah gave birth to their son
Samuel who was born in August. Despite the
hardships she must have endured, Hannah did not
re-marry. Her 1870 household, besides her
three youngest children, did include her younger
brother John C. Chase, and Benjamin Maxfield who
were both listed as farm laborers. Her 1880 household includes only
herself and her three children. Hannah then
removed to Minnesota where she was listed in the 1885 state census residing in Granite
Falls, Chippewa County, with her two children
Etta and Samuel, her son John C. having died in
Loudon of Peritonitus in 1881.
In 1900 Hannah is
listed as a patient in the Fergus Falls State
Hospital, and on 23 May 1909, she died in Miles
Lacs Co., Minnesota. She was laid to rest at
Granite Falls City Cemetery in Chippewa County.
Listed in John W. Morrill's 1850 and 1860 census
is Anna Bickford. She is believed to be Anna
(Morrill) born 03 Mar 1769, daughter of Joseph
Morrill and Prudence (Maxfield). She married John
Bickford on 07 Jan 1793. Also listed in the 1850
household is Mary Page - age 90.
HANNAH E. (CHASE) & SAMUEL D. MORRILL
- Etta A.
Morrill - born 14 Jun 1858 in Loudon,
Merrimack Co. NH; married Hiram T.
Goodnaugh in Granite Falls, MN on 27
Jun 1899; died 11 Apr 1926 in Anoka,
MN. Her husband Hiram was born Aug
1854 in New York; died in Anoka, MN
on 02 Feb 1930. They were the parents
of adopted daughter Gladys.
- John W.
Morrill - born 28 Jul 1861 in Loudon,
Merrimack Co., NH; died 23 Feb 1881
Dearborn Morrill - born 16 Aug 1864
in Loudon, Merrimack Co., NH; married
Bertha alma Wylie in Granite Falls,
Chippewa Co., MN on 27 Jun 1890; died
27 Jan 1908 in Granite Falls and was
laid to rest at Granite Falls
Cemetery. Wife Bertha was born 01 Aug
1866 in Diamond Bluff, Pierce Co.,
WI; died 28 Jul 1943 and was also
laid to rest at Granite Falls
A. CHASE - daughter of Ira
and Hannah (Cate), was born 29 Mar 1834 in Loudon,
Merrimack Co., NH and was enumerated in the
household of her parents in 1850. Six years later, she
married Thomas F. Brown, Jr. on 09 Nov 1856 in
Boscawen, Merrimack Co., New Hampshire. By 1860 the family had moved to
Grafton where Thomas was listed as a merchant and
their household also included his wife's brother
Ira and Ira'as wife. In 1870 the family was then living
in Concord, New Hampshire where Thomas was listed
as a successful grocer. In 1880 they had moved to
Boston, Massachusetts where Thomas was employed
as a conductor. His place of death is not known,
but according to the census records he was born
in Massachusetts in about 1834, and was not
listed with Rebecca after this census.
In 1885 Rebecca appears in the 1885
Minnesota State Census, with her children, but by
1900 was in Los Angeles Co.,
California residing in the household of her son
Elton. Her date of death and burial is not known.
It is interesting
to note that her sons Carl C. and Elton T. Brown
were both writers and illustrators. In 1894 they
published under Brown Bros. Publishing in St.
Paul, MN, a book titled, "A History of the
Great Minnesota Forest Fires," and in 1916
Elton illustrated "The 1916 Exposition in
Black and White: Being a series of pencil drawing
of the Panama California International
REBECCA (CHASE) & THOMAS F. BROWN, JR.
- Allen F.
Brown - born about 1866 in New
- Carl C.
Brown - born about 1867 in New
- Elton T.
Brown - born Dec 1870 in New
Hampshire; resided in Los Angeles.
A. CHASE - son of Ira
and Hannah (Cate), was born 29 May 1836 in Loudon,
Merrimack Co., NH and was enumerated in the
household of his parents in 1850. He was married at age
sixteen to Emeline Batchelder of Chichester on 05
Sep 1852, but no household of the two of them has
been located. There is an Emeline B. Chase in the
1860 household of Hiram and
Susan Chase - whom is presumbably her brother,
but this Emeline is listed as a 44 year-old
school teacher - while Ira would have been
twenty-four years old, making this Emeline an
unlikely spouse. Perhaps Emeline died early in
the marriage as there is an Ira A. Chase who does
appear to be the correct person who married Anna
Kline (Bertolette) on 26 Apr 1860. In June the newlyweds were
enumerated in the 1860 household of his sister
Rebecca in Grafton, New Hampshire where he was
listed as a merchant.
His wife was the oldest daughter of
David K. Bertolette, M.D. who was the first son
of John Shenkle Bertolette and Maria (Boyer). He
was born on 02 Jul 1804 in Spring Forge, PA, and
according to his his son James B. Bertolette's
brief biographical sketch, David graduated from
Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia but did
not enter upon a regular practice for some time
afterward, but turned his attention to the iron
business in his native county. In the fall of
1840, he emigrated with his family to Ohio, and
settled in Washingtonville, Columbiana county,
where the family (including Anna) were enumerated
in 1850 and 1860 census. Dr. David K.
Bertolette died 20 May 1873. His wife, Anna Maria
(Kline) was born in Earl Twp., Berks Co., PA, 16
Sep 1806 and was married to David on 11 Nov 1827.
She died in Washingtonville, Columbiana Co., Ohio
on 12 Mar 1868.
Sometime before 1870 Ira and Anna moved to Ohio
where Ira was listed as a lumber dealer and they
were living next door to Anna's father in
Columbiana County. His wife Anna died on 06 Apr
1877 and in 1880 Ira was listed as a
widowed lumber dealer. His household included
their three children: Clara, Henry and Ina.
Date and place of
death and burial is not known.
IRA A. CHASE & ANNA K. (BERTOLETTE)
Chase - born about 1863 in Ohio.
- Henry B.
"Harry" Chase - born about
1866 in Ohio; married Alice R.
Heffner in Alexandria, Huntingdon
Co., PA on 22 Aug 1892.
- Ina Chase
- born about 1872 in Ohio; married
Dr. Walter L. Harrison 27 Oct 1890 in
husband Walter was listed as a
medical doctor who was the son of
William P. and Anna, and a resident
of Jeanette. Ina was listed as age
19, a resident of Leton, Ohio, and
daughter of Ira and Anna K. Chase,
the mother then listed as deceased.
J. CHASE - daughter of William F. Chase and Mary (Haines), was born 29 Mar 1836 in
Loudon, Merrimack Co., New Hampshire and was
enumerated with her parents in the 1850 and again in 1860 where she was listed as a
24 year-old seamstress residing in Boscawen,
Merrimack Co., New Hampshire . She married
Charles H. Jerald in about 1861, and was listed
as a soldier when their twins were born in 1862.
Since there does not appear to be any record of
him when she appeared with her two children in
her father's 1870 household, it's possible
that Charles died during the Civil War. In 1880 Sarah was still living in
her father's household, but listed as residents
of Concord and both of her children were employed
- Charles at a blind and sash company and
daughter Cora at a cotton mill.
In 1900 Sarah is listed in the
household of her cousin Mary, wife of Samuel D.
Morrill as a servant house keeper, mother of
three children but only two living. According to
the1910 census Sarah married James
A. Hibbard in about 1910 and was listed with him
residing in Hopkinton where she died 05 Jun 1914.
It is speculated that James died on 09 Oct 1918
and was buried in the Louis Bell G.A.R. Post #3
plot at the Pine Grove Cemetery in Manchester,
Hillsborough Co., New Hampshire.
Spelling of the surname, including birth records
of the twins was spelled Gerald, but other
spellings include Gerould, Gerold, Jerauld.
SARAH J. (CHASE) & CHARLES H. JERALD
C. Jerald - twin born 15 May 1862 in
Boscawen, Merrimack Co., NH; married
Mary Etta Hardy in Boscawen on 28 Nov
1887, she having been born in
Concord, NH in March of 1862 and was
the daughter of Elbridge Hardy and
Sarah (Morse). They were the parents
of Henry Courtney "Harry"
Jerald born 03 Mar 1888 who married
Edith Gertude Gross; and daughter Eva
May Jerald, born 09 Apr 1892 - both
in Concord, Merrimack Co., NH where
the family was residing in 1900.
- Cora F.
Jerald - twin born 15 May 1862 in in
Boscawen, Merrimack Co., NH; listed
in the 1870 and 1880 census, the
latter indicating she worked in a
cotton mill; died of Consumption at
18 years and 5 months.
|EMMA F. JONES - daughter of Rev. William H. Jones and
Harriet Angeline (Chase), was born 02 Nov 1856 in
Peterborough Twp., Hillsborough Co., NH and was
enumerated with her parents in 1860 residing in New Market,
Rockingham Co., New Hampshire, and in 1870 living in Warren, Grafton
Co., New Hampshire.
In about 1879 she married Benjamin
"Bennie" Swain who was born in New
Hampshire in 1854. They were enumerated in
Epping, Rockingham Co., NH in 1880 and 1900 and was widowed before the
next Federal census was taken. According to his death record, Benjamin V. Swain died at
Epping on 19 Nov 1908 at the age of 54. He was
listed as having been a resident of Brentwood
where he was born on 27 Jul 1854. Listed as the
son of George W. Swain, he was interred at
Prospect Cemetery on the 21st. Prior to his
birth, his parents were enumerated in the 1850 census residing at
Brentwood along with other Swain and Veasie
relations, and in 1860 Benny was listed as age
five. The family was then enumerated in Epping in
1870 living near the families
of E. Chase Brown, John S. Blaisdell, and 77 year
old Rebecca Chase.
In 1910, Emma is
residing in the Kingston Village household of the
widower "E. Chase Rowell" and his two
children: Mary S (age 4)., and Bridge R. Rowell
(age 11) whose 1900 household in Raymond Town,
Rockingham Co., NH, had included his wife Agnes
M. (Sargent), their son Bridge and a servant,
Anna M. Jones who was divorced, born in January
of 1847, and was perhaps an in-law or some
relation of Emma who then became their
housekeeper in 1910. Also, given the middle name
of Erastus Chase Rowell, son of John and Mary
(Rice), it would seem likely that there is some
relation between the Rowell and Chase family
although this lead has not been investigated.
Emma is listed in
the 1920 census as a companion of Eva J. Hill
living in Epping, but 1930 finds her residing in the
home of her widowed brother Elgin in Lynn, Essex,
Massachusetts. Emma's date of death is not known,
however, she was last enumerated in Manchester,
Hillsborough Co., NH in 1940, listed as age 83 - married once,
The surname Veazey, has varied spellings such as
Veasey, Veazie, Veasie. According to her New
Hampshire death record, Bennie's mother, Betsey,
was born in Brentwood and died at the age of 68
years, 3 months and 20 days on 18 Aug 1883.
Calculating her age at the time of death, she
would have been or or about 29 Apr 1815 and was
the daughter of Benj. Veasie and Betsey Graves.
The father of Benjamin, George W. Swain, was born
at Brentwood, Rockingham Co., New Hampshire on or
about 15 Jun 1817 as calculated by his age at
death 80 years and 8 months. According to his death record, he died 15 Feb 1898 and
was listed as the son of Stephen Swain and Hannah
Davis. Along with Benjamin, his parents and his
sister Mary A. Swain (who died at twelve weeks
and 4 days on 13 Jul 1857) are buried at Prospect
Cemetery. Their headstones have been beautifully
photographed by Jenn Marcelais at Grave Matters.
A. CHASE - son of Henry B. and Kate F. (Hannford), was born 01 Sep 1858 in
Ohio, and was enumerated with his family in the 1860, 1870 & 1880 census residing with his
family in Cherry Valley, Winnebago Co., IL, and
in 1880 was listed as a school teacher. He
married Emma Cochran, daughter of James B. and
Elenor S. (Martin), on 15 Oct 1884 in Dodge Co.,
WI and died on 09 Sep 1897 in Rockford, Winnebago
Co., IL. His wife's death followed less than six
months later on 03 Mar 1898. She was 40 years, 6
mos, 24 days at the time of her death, having
been born 7 Aug 1857 in Dodge Co., WI. Both are
buried at Cedar Bluff Cemetery in Rockford.
Note: As noted in the obituary of Charles' mother
Catherine, after his death and the death of his
wife shortly after, their two children Eleanor
"Delle" and Henry C., both resided with
CHARLES A. CHASE & EMMA (COCHRAN)
Delle Chase - born 23 Oct 1885 in
Winnebago Co., Illinois; died at age
77 on 21 May 1963; buried at Cedar
Bluff Cemetery in Rockford, Illinois.
Cochran Chase - born 12 Jun 1895 in
Illinois; married Roselyn Scott.
|IRA R. CHASE - son of Henry B. and Kate F. (Hannford), was born 30 Jan 1860 in
Winnebago Co., IL and was enumerated Cherry
Valley of that county with his parents in 1860, 1870, and 1880. On 15 Feb 1883 he was
united in marriage with Frances Estella Barnes.
"Estella" was born in Tyrone, Schuyler
Co., New York 22 Oct 1864 and was the daughter of
Henry and Laura J. (Cates). Prior to her marriage
and move to Illinois, Estella was enumerated with
her parents in the 1870 census residing in the
same Tyrone household as her uncle, Horatio S.
to the births of the children, the Barnes family
moved to Winnebago Co., Illinois sometime between
1873 and 1876. By 1880, Estella's mother Laura is
listed as widowed and head of household in
Rockford, and apparently Estella was hired out as
she appears in the 1880 census as a servant in the
household of James Keith.
In 1900 Ira and and his family are
residing in Hyde Park Township in Cook County,
Illinois with their three children, and Ira is
working as an insurance agent. By 1910 he was employed as a
realtor and their household included their
daughter Margaret. According to his obituary, Ira died at his home on 44th
street in Chicago on 13 Dec 1916. His death certificate indicates he died of a
cerebral hemorrhage, and that he was buried in
Rockford - speculated to be at Cedar Bluff
Cemetery where his mother was interred in 1905
and his father in 1918.
According to her obituary, Estella died in Dallas,
Texas (where her son Tom was living) on 05 Mar
1940. She was laid to rest at Restland Memorial
Cemetery in Dallas.
IRA R. CHASE & FRANCES ESTELLA (BARNES)
- Eleanor Marion
Chase - born 26 Apr 1866 in
Winnebago Co., IL; married Thomas
Anthony Moore as his 2nd wife in
Chicago on 02 Feb 1910; died in Los
Angeles, CA on 01 Jul 1950. They were
the parents of one son, Thomas A.
Moore, Jr. who was born in Chicago on
29 Oct 1911 and later lived in Los
Barnes Chase - born 02 May 1888 in
Chicago, Cook Co., IL.
Chase - born 12 Oct 1892 in Chicago,
Cook Co., IL.
See also: PDP's Blog Posted 03
Jul 2012: "Eleanor M. Chase of Winnebago
Co., IL, Documenting a Detour from a Lane to a
H. CHASE - son of Henry B. and Kate F. (Hannford), was born about 1862 in
Winnebago Co., IL. He was enumerated in the 1880 census as a school teacher
in his parents household, and on 15 Jul 1890 he
married Ida A. Gayton in Winnebago County. Ida
was the daughter of George J. Gayton and his
first wife Catherine or Catherina (Spencer), and
had been born 18 Jul 1861 in Beloit, Rock Co.,
Wisconsin but has not been located in the 1870
to the ages of the Gayton children and
information of the 1860 and 1880 census, it is speculated
that Catherine (the mother of Ida) may have died
not long after the birth of Gertrude who was born
in about 1870. George J. Gayton then married
Martha R. (Starmer) in about 1872. George died on
15 Jun 1922 in Rockton, Winnebago Co., IL but was
buried at Beloit - cemetery not known, but
In 1900 Frank is
listed as a retired school teacher boarding in
the home of S.G. and Hattie Sulivan in the
Village of River Forest in Cook Co., Illinois;
and although listed as married ten years, his
wife and children are not listed with him. In 1910 the family is listed
together in Provisio, and in 1920 and 1930 Frank and Ida are listed
in River Forest Twp. of that county with their
two sons. Frank is then listed as a school
principal, and his son Harold as an electrical
engineer. Ida died on 11 Jan 1934 in Oak Park,
Cook Co., Illinois but her residence was listed
as River Forest and burial on 15 Jan at Forest
Park. No death has been located for her husband.
George J. Gayton appears to have served with Co.
H, 42nd WI Infantry during the Civil War.
FRANK H. CHASE & IDA A. (GAYTON)
- F. Harold
Chase - born about 1893 in Michigan.
G. Chase - born about 1900 in
A. CHASE - son of Henry B. and Kate F. (Hannford), was born in Feb 1864 in
Winnebago Co., IL and was enumerated with his
parents in the 1870 and 1880 census. He married Jennie
Eunice (Dickerman) on 30 Jul 1889 in Winnebago
Co., IL. Born in New Milford, Winnebago Co.,
Illinois on 26 May 1868, Jennie was the daughter
of Micha L. Dickerman and Frances (McLean) who
had been united in marriage in Windham, Greene
Co., NY on 20 Mar 1867, and besides Jennie, were
the parents of Flora Amelia who was born 03 Jul
1876 and married Fred James White on 28 Dec 1898.
In 1900 George and Jennie were
residing in Winnebago Twp. where he was employed
as a principal at the public school. George died
29 Nov 1903 and was buried at Cedar Bluff
Cemetery at Rockford, Winnebago Co., Illinois.
Where George died
is not known as their youngest daughter was born
in Colorado in about 1903. His widow appears with
their three daughters in Los Nietos, Los Angeles
Co., California in 1910, and in 1920 she and the
two younger daughters are living with her widowed
father in Whitter Twp. of that county. Jennie
died in Los Angeles Co., California on 17 Oct
1958 - place of burial not known.
Micha L. Dickerman is believed to have died in
Los Angeles Co., CA on 06 Feb 1924, and his wife
Frances (McLean) on 30 Jan 1919.
CHASE - son of Henry B. and Kate F. (Hannford), was born 09 Jul 1867 in
Cherry Valley, Winnebago Co., IL. ; married Addie
M. (Rosecrance); died at Rockford, Winnebago Co.,
IL on 30 Jan 1921 and was enumerated with his
parents in the 1870 and 1880 census. He married Addie
M. (Rosecrance), the daughter of Edwin L.
Rosecrance and Adeliza (Norton) in Ogle Co.,
Illinois on 25 Dec 1890.
Prior to her marriage, Addie was
enumerated with her parents in the 1870 and 1880 census residing in Monroe
Twp., Ogle Co., IL. Her parents, who were married
in Elba, Genesse Co., New York had come to Ogle
County in 1855, first settling in Stillman, and
then later Monroe Township. According to his
brief biographical sketch, Edwin farmed and
cultivated 120 acres which included orchards,
Poland China hogs, and Hereford cattle which he
generally shipped on his own to Chicago. He also
served as as highway commissioner and school
director for many years and was a member of the
Methodist Episcopal Church at New Milford.
In 1900 the family is residing in
Cherry Valley Twp, and census indicates that
Addie was the mother of three children, only one
living (Roy), indicating there are two unknown
births. The family was then enumerated in Ward 1
of Rockford in 1910 (census very faded
difficult to read) and 1920 where Arthur was listed as
a tock buyer. He died the following year in
Rockford on 30 Jan 1921. Place of burial not
ARTHUR CHASE & ADDIE M. (ROSECRANCE)
- Roy E.
Chase - born 25 May 1894 in Cherry
Valley, Winnebago Co., IL
- Unknown -
died before 1900 census.
- Baby Boy
- 12 Apr 1900; died before 1900
Esther Chase - born 12 Nov 1904 in
New Milford, Winnebago Co., IL
Franklin Chase - born 05 Jun 1906 in
Winnebago Co., IL
|ESTELLA CHASE - daughter of Henry B. and Kate F. (Hannford), was born 12 Aug 1869 in
Winnebago Co., IL and was enumerated in the 1870 and 1880 census with her family.
She was married at the age of nineteen to Frank
Edwin Rosecrance on 06 Feb 1889 in Winnebago Co.,
Illinois, he having been born to Edwin L.
Rosecrance and Adeliza (Norton) in Illinois in
about May of 1863.
In 1900 Frank and Stella were
listed with their sons and Frank's father Edwin
L. Rosecrance residing in Monroe Twp. of Ogle
Co., Illinios. In 1910 and 1920 the family was enumerated
in Rockford, Winnebago Co., Illinois where Frank
was employed as a real estate agent. Edwin, who
was widowed and residing with the family in 1910,
died on May 21st of that year. His wife Adeliza
had died several years earlier on 16 Apr 1898.
The 1930 census has Frank and
Stella residing in Rockford City at 917 Winnebago
Street. Stella died in Rockford on 19 Aug 1944,
and her husband Frank died in Rockford on 24 Sep
1945. They were both laid to rest at Greenwood
Cemetery of that city.
Frank Rosecrance, who married Stella, is the
brother of "Addie" who married Stella's
brother Arthur Chase in 1890. Their niece (Delle)
and nephew (Henry) who are listed in their 1920
household are the children of Charles A. Chase
and Emma M. (Cochran) who both died prior to
1900. It should also be noted that the brother of
Edwin, Dr. James E. Rosecrance and his wife
Fannie (Rogers) left provisions in their wills to
establish an orphanage for boys, and upon the
death of Fanny in 1916, their New Milford
homestead became the Rosecrance Memorial Home for
Children. Rosecrance now has more than 20
locations in the Chicago and Rockford area and
serves more than 14,000 families a year offering
high-quality, efficient and effective outpatient
mental health services for children, adults and
families through a variety of programs.
Headstones at Greenwood
Cemetery kindly photographed by Alva Van Houten
(Outside link - Find A Grave)
ESTELLA (CHASE) & FRANK E. ROSECRANCE
- Ralph C.
Rosecrance - born 17 Apr 1893 in
Illinois; married Winifred L. Smith
on 11 Sep 1920, she having been born
in Michigan 23 Oct 1896. They were
the parents of Robert B. and Marjorie
Ann. Ralph died in 1983 and Winifred
in 1984 - both are laid to rest at
Greenwood Cemetery in Rockford,
Chase Rosecrance - born 08 Nov 1897
in Illinois; married Marjorie Newton;
12 Jun 1979 in Boca Raton, Florida,
and Marjorie the following year on 02
Jan 1980. They were the parents of
Richard. They are laid to rest at
Greenwood Cemetery in Rockford, IL.
|HARRY CHASE - son of Henry B. and Kate F. (Hannford), was born 14 May 1874 in
Winnebago Co., IL where he was enumerated with
them in the 1880 census. He married Ida M.
Barnes, sister of Ira's wife Stella (daughters of
Henry Barnes and Laura J. Cates) on 14 Jul 1897
in Winnebago Co., IL. In 1900 the family was residing in
Rockford Twp., and their home included Rev.
Thomas E. Ream of Grave Methodist Episcopal
Church which was organized in West Rockford in
By 1910 Harry was employed as
secretary to a newspaper company in Colorado
Springs, Colorado. The family was residing on
North Corona Street and Ida's brother Ernest was
included in their household. The 1920 census would be the last
census in which Harry was enumerated, and would
be the first in which their son Charles B. was
enumerated in a Federal census. Harry died in
1923, presumably in Colorado Springs, and was
buried there in the Evergreen Cemetery. His widow
Ida returned to Winnebago County, Illinois, and
was listed in the 1930 census residing in
Rockford as widowed, head of household, and
working as a saleslady at a dry goods store. Her
17 year-old son, Charles B. Chase, is also listed
in her household and was employed as a newspaper
HARRY CHASE & IDA M. (BARNES)
I. Chase - born May 1898 in Rockford,
Winnebago Co., IL. Listed in the 1900
census with her parents before moving
to Colorado Springs, Colorado where
she was listed in the 1910 census.
B. Chase - born about 1913 in
Colorado; was enumerated with his
parents in 1920 in Colorado Springs,
CO and with his widowed mother in 1930 (image) who had
returned to Winnebago Co., IL where
he was listed as a newspaper
M. CHASE - daughter of Ira
R. Chase and Frances Estella (Barnes), was born 26 Apr 1866 in
Winnebago Co., IL and was enumerated with them in
the 1870, 1880, and 1900 census prior to her
marriage to Thomas Anthony Moore whom she married
as his 2nd wife in Chicago on 02 Feb 1910. Moore,
who was a lumberman, was first married to St.
Louis debutante, Rebecca Tebbetts, daughter of
Lewis Bates Tebbetts and Eliza (Mansur) - the
father being vice-president and treasurer of the
implement company Tebbetts & Mansur which was
successor to Deere & Mansur Co. which had
been formed by John Deere. Moore and Miss
Tebbetts had eloped in 1895 but the couple was
then divorced in 1908 and the following
year Rebecca married Lloyd Rickart, who was
secretary of the Brown's baseball league.
The newly married couple
was enumerated in Chicago in 1910 where Tom was a wholesale
lumber dealer. His father, Thomas Anderson Moore
who was a veteran of the Civil War who had been
shot and left for dead at the Battle
of Helena, Arkansas in 1863, had been a carpenter and
had also worked with many real estate agents in
the repair of their rentals. Tom's mother's
family, the Pilchers, were also carpenters in St.
Louis and is no doubt how Tom became involved in
the lumber business. The following year they had
a son, Thomas Anthony Moore, Jr. who was born 29
Oct 1911. In 1920 they were again listed in
Chicago, and in 1930 had moved a short distance
away to Highland Park, Lake Co., Illinois. They
removed to California where Tom died on 27 Feb
1948 in Los Angeles and Eleanor on 01 Jul 1950.
ELEANOR M. (CHASE) & THOMAS A. MOORE
- Thomas A. Moore,
Jr. - born 29 Oct 1911 in Chicago,
Cook Co., IL; moved to California and
was listed in Oakland Twp., in 1930.
In 1940 (image) Tom was listed as a
partner of Horace Pound of Dallas,
and working as a salesman at a retail
store in Los Angeles, California. He
died at the age of 71 years, 5 months
and 8 days in L.A. on 06 Apr 1983.
Place of burial not known.
|Descendants of Eli Moore
& Deborah (Updegraff)
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Eleanor M. Chase of Winnebago Co., IL,
Documenting a Detour from a Lane to a Chase
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