|Anne Elizabeth CHASE was born on 3 November 1940 in AZ. Tombstone She died on 1 October 1960 at the age of 19 in Tucson, Pima, AZ. Tucson Daily Citizen, Monday Evening, October 3, 1960, p35|
"Girl, 19, Killed in Cycle Smashup on Anklam Rd." by Steve Emrine
Anne Elizabeth Chase, 19, of 631 N. Columbus Blvd., was dilled Saturday night when the motorcycle on which she was riding crashed into a rock and then hit a mailbox on West Anklam road.
Sheriff's deputies said Herbert Charles Chambers, 21, of 728 E. 5th St., the driver, apparently lost control of the motorcycle while attempting to make a slight turn after driving 88 feet down the wrong side of the road.
Chambers is in satisfactory condition at St. Mary's Hospital from multiple face and leg cuts and a possible concussion. Miss Chase was pronounced dead on arrival at the hospital.
Deputy Antonio Martinez said he found a nearly empty half-pint flask of rum at the scene.
Chambers told State Liquor Control Agent Rocco J. Andresano that he and another man had consumed the rum early in the evening at the Arizona-Wyoming football game.
Ironically, Miss Chase was killed near the site of a minor motorcycle accident she was involved in several weeks ago.
Chambers told lawmen he and the girl, whom he had met at a post-game party, were riding out to inspect the location of the other accident.
Officers said last night no citation will be issued until completion of the other accident.
Mrs. Arthur Henderson, of Rt. 9, Box 983, whose mailbox was hit by the motorcycle, reported the accident. Both passengers were thrown off the vehicle, she said.
Miss Chase is the 45th person to be killed in Pima County traffic accidents this year. By this date last year, 50 fatalities had been recorded.
She is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clement Chase, and a brother, Clement G. Chase, all of Tucson; her maternal grandmother, Mrs. James A. Grasham of Warren, and her paternal grandmother, Mrs. Clement E. Chase, of Ashokan, N. Y.
Funeral services will be announced by Arizona Mortuary.
AZ death certificate #1960-8277, Ann Elizabeth Chase, residene 631 North Columbus, Tucson, Pima, AZ, pod, Tucson, Pima, AZ, DOA St. Mary's Hospital, dob 3 Nov 1940, 19, student (graduate) bp AZ, citizen-USA, SSN-yes, father: Clement K. Chase, bp OH, mother: Bertha Grasham, bp AZ, informant: Clement K. Chase, Tucscon, AZ, dod 1 Oct 1960, cause: laceration, brain, due to compound comminuted depressed fracture, skull, Seen After Death Only, Accident, 2 miles west of St. Mary's Hospital, Ankham Road, burial 4 Oct 1960, Evergreen Cemetery, Tucson, AZ
AZ death certificate #1940-8277, Ann Elizabeth Chase, female, white, single, D.O.A. St. Mary's Hospital Tucson, Pima, AZ, residence 631 North Columbus, Tucson, AZ, dob 11/3/40, age 19, student (graduate) bp AZ USA, SS-yes, father: Clement K. Chase, bp OH, mother: Bertha Grasham, bp AZ, informant: Clement K. Chase, Tucson, AZ, cause of death: Laceration, branin, due to Compound, comminuted, depressed fracture, skull, seen after death only, Accident, 2 miles west of St. Mary's Hospital on Anklam Road, Tucson, Pima, AZ, thrown from motorcycle, burial: 4 Oct 1960, Evergreen Cemetery, Tuson, AZ She was buried on 4 October 1960 at Evergreen Memorial Park in Tucson, Pima, AZ. Plot: Block 34 Parents: Clement Kelsey CHASE and Bertha Louise GRASHAM.
Anne Louise CHASE (private). Parents: Clement Grasham CHASE and June Louise MCCLAY.
Spouse: Andrew S. "Andy" HALPER.
Catherine Harrington CHASE (private). Parents: Sherret Spaulding CHASE and Catherine Ross COMPTON.
Spouse: Jeffrey Blair PETERS.
Champion Clement CHASE was born on 25 February 1860 in Racine, Racine, WI. He died on 7 May 1922 at the age of 62 in Ashokan, Ulster, NY. obituary, Omaha (NE) World Herald, Tuesday, May 9, 1922, p.5
CLEMENT E. CHASE DIES AT HIS HOME IN EAST
"Was First Samson and Actively Identified With the Early Life of Omaha"
LIVED HERE 50 YEARS
Clement E. Chase died Sunday afternoon at his home farm at Ashoken, near Kingston, N. Y., to which he retired some two years ago after more than fify years of active life as editor, published and citizen of Omaha.
A telegram received from his son, Clement Chase, jr., now an engineer, that that his father's body will be cremated Tuesday at Kingston. The funeral will not be held until later. The ashes will be interred on the Chase fam with its beautiful out-look over the lake region in the Catskill mountains.
Mr. Chase published the Excelsior magazine which he started when he was 1t years old. He was editor and publisher of three banker's magazines. It was during the national American Bankers' convention in St. Louis in 1919, the he suffered the nervous breakdown from which he never fully recovered.
Mr. Chase was the first "Samson" of Ak-Sar-Ben, and originated the bold signature still used by that organization. He was a member of the first board of governors of the Ak-Sar-Ben, a member of the Omaha club, the University club, a charter member of the Country club. The Omaha club displays its flag at half mast today in his honor.
He is survived by his wife, Lula Bell Chase, whom he married in Santa Ana, Cal., in 1887, and by three children, Clement Chase, jr., now second in charge of an important bridge project in Philadelphia, a daughter, Mrs. Sebastian Hinton of Winetka, Ill., a younger sister, Helena, living with her, and Philip Chase, with Burns-Brinker company in Omaha.
Mr. Chase was a life long member of Trinity cathedral, and was for several years a vestryman.
Clement Chase was born in Racine, Wis., February 25, 1860, and came to Omaha with his father in 1866. His father, Champion S. Chase, was chosen mayor of Omaha in 1874. Clement edited and published the first issue of the Excelsior in October, 1871. It was then a sheet four inches square and printed in fine type on one side. Chase & Hamilton appears as the firm name of the publishers at the bottom of the page.
The youthful editor suspended publication while he went to the University of Nebraska. After being graduated from the university he became secretary to General Manderson and in that capacity spent several years in Washington. There he became acquainted with Frank A. Vanderlip.
Madame Modjeska and her son, Otis Skinner's family and Julia Marlowe, were among those who visited at the Chase home when stopping at Omaha.
Mr. Chase at one time was very active in social life, was editor of the Omaha "Blue Book" social register. A genealogy of the Chase family, published by himself, begins in this fashion: Champion was the son of Clement, who was the son of Moses, who was the son of Daniel, etc., who was the son of Thomas, who lived and died in the parish of Chesham, England, in the fifteenth century.
Spouse: Lula Belle EDWARDS. Lula Belle EDWARDS and Champion Clement CHASE were married on 5 October 1887 in Santa Ana, Los Angeles, California. Los Angeles, CA MB 13/313 Children were: Clement Edwards CHASE, Cornelia Carmelita CHASE, Philip Bradford CHASE, Helena Modjeska CHASE.
Champion Spaulding CHASE was born on 20 March 1820 in Cornish, Sullivan, NH. He died on 3 November 1898 at the age of 78 in Omaha, Douglas, NE. obituary, The Omaha (NE) World Herald, Friday, Nov 4, 1898, p. 4
COL. CHASE DIES
"Prominent Figure in the Politics of Nebraska for Many Years Passes Away"
Colonel Champion S. Chase died at his home on Park avenue shortly before 3 o'clock yesterday from the effects of injuries sustained a week ago last Sunday in a fall.
Colonel Chase has been a prominent figure in Omaha and Nebraska since his coming to the state at the close of the civil war, thirty-two years ago.
He was born in Cornish, N. H. His father, Clement Chase, a farmer, was a son of Moses Chase of Cornish, a captain of a company of minumte men under Ethan Allen at the capture of Fort Ticonderogra in 1777, and was also one of the New Hampshire electors swhen George Washington was first elected president. He was a lineal descen dant of Aquila Chase, a sea captain, who landed from England at Plymounth in 1639.
Colonel Chase's mother, Olive Spalding, was a daughter of Hon. Champion Spalding of Plainfield, N. H., who was in the battles of Bunker Hill, Bennington and others of the revolution of '76. His uncle, Lieutenant Champion Spalding, for whom, together with his grandfather, the colonel was named, lost his life in the war of 1812.
Colonel Chase was educated in the common schools at Kimball Union academy, Meriden, N. H. He taught school three winters before he became of age, and then in 1841-2 taught in the academy at Amsterdam, N. Y. He read law in Buffalo, was admitted in 1847 and opened his office at Racine, Wis., in 1848. In 1851 he was admitted to practice in the United States supreme court at Washington on motion of Daniel Webster. He was president of the board of education of Racine. He was a delegate to the national republican convention which nominated General Fremont. In 1856 he was elected to the state senate and made chairman of its judiciary committee. In 1858 he was commissioned brigadier general in the state militia by Governor Rancall. The same year he was elected district attorney. In 1862, he was without application, but at the request of the secretary of the treasury, S. P. Chase, his cousin and boyhood townsman, appointed paymaster in the union army by President Lincoln with the rank of major of cavalry. He served nearly four years, having entered Vicksburg with Grant's staff July 4, 1863, and was breveted lieutenant colonel in 1864, when mustered out, "for meritorious service in the gulf campaign." After the close of the war, in 1865, he came to Omaha. In 1876 he became the first attorney general of the state of Nebraska. In 1868 he was appointed regent of the state university. In 1874 he was elected mayor of Omaha for one year and again elected for two years each term. In 1875, 1879 and 1883 serving as mayor for seven years, during which time he entertained General Grant, Emperor Dom Pedro of Brazil, King Kalakaua of the Hawaiian Islands, President Hayes and many other men of note.
Colonel Chase has held numerous official positions, among them eminent commander of Mt. Calvary Commandery, and generalissimo of the Grand Commandery, K. T., commander of U S. Grant post, G. A. R., Omaha; vice president general of the National Society Sons of the American Revolution, president of the Nebraska Humane society, chairman international Pan Republic congress committee on plan and scope, member for Nebraska of the national Nicaragua canal committee and of the national deep harbor committee.
The Nebraska legislature named Chase county for him, the citizens of Champion adopted his first name, and the Burlington named Chase for him. Colonel Chase has always been active in educational work and in 1883 delivered the State university address at Lincoln, on which occasion he received the degree of doctor of laws.
His last public office, that which he held when death overtook him, was that of surveyor and collector of customs.
The funeral service of Colonel Chase will be held Sunday at 3 o'clock at Trinity Cathedral. The interment will be at Prospect Hill Cemetery.
The Scottish Rites will hold the obsequies at Masonic temple at 10:30 p.m., local time and midnight Washington time, on Saturday evening. Political Graveyard-online: Mayors of Omaha, Champion S. Chase (d. 1898) of Omaha, Douglas County, Neb. Born in Cornish, Sullivan County, N. H. Nebraska state attorney general, 1867-69, member of University of Nebraska board of regents, 18698-75, may of Omaha, Neb. 1874-77, 1879-81, 1883-84. Died November 3, 1898. Burial location unknown. Chase County, Neb. is named for him.
American Ancestry: giving name and descent, in the male line, of, Americans whose ancestors settled in the United States previous to the Declaration of Independence, A.D. 1776. by Thomas Patric Huges, Frank Munsell, Albany, N. Y. Munsell, 1887-1899Volume 10
CHAMPION SPAULDING CHASE of Omaha, Neb., b. in Cornish, N. H. Mar. 20, 1820, educated at Kimball union acad. in Meriden, N. H., taught school 3 years before he became of age, and then was a teacher in Amsterdam, N. Y., acad., 1841-2, studied law in Buffalo, N.Y. , delegate to Nat. Riv. and Harbor Conv. in Chicago, 1847, adm. to bar, 1847, practised in Racine, Wis., 1848-61, adm. to practice in U. S. Supreme Ct., at Wash., on motion of Daniel Webster, 1851, member Racine bd. of education, 1853-7, pres. of the bd., 1855-7, delegate to 1st Nat. Rep. Conv. at Phila., 1856, State senator, 1856, chairman of judiciary committee which supervised revision of State statutes, dist. atty., 1858-9, paymaster in U. S. army, 1862-6, served at sieges of Knoxville, Mobile, and Vicksburg, joined Gen. Grant's staff at Vicksburg, 1863, had headquarters at new Orleans, 1863-5, performed duty most of the time on the Rio Grande, breveted lieut.-col. when mustered out at Brownsville, Tex., 1866, for meritorius services in the Gulf campaign, went to Omaha, 1866, was 1st atty.-gen of Nebraska, 1867, regent of Neb. univ., 1868-74, mayor of Omaha 7 years, pres. neb. Soc. Sosns of Am. Rev., pres. neb. Humane Soc., member Nat. Nicaragua Canal Com., Interstate Deep Harbor Com., vice-pres. Neb. Irrigation Assn., Chase co., Neb., was named for him, also Champion, Neb. LL. D., 1883 (m. May 1, 1848, Mary Sophronia Butterfield, (and had Champion Clement of Omaha, b. at Racine, Feb 25, 1860, m. Lula Bella Edwards at Santa Ana, Cal., Oct. 5, 1887, and had Clement Edwards Chase, b. Omaha, July 26, 1888, and Carmelita b. Apr 20, 180). Mary S. Butterfield was b. in Homer, NY., Jan. 27, 1827, d. in Omaha, Jan. 3, 1882, grad. Troy, N. Y. fem. sem., 1845, dau. of Moses Bradford Butterfield, b. in Canterbury, Ct., Jan. 26, 1797, d. in Ionia, Mich. May 17, 1872 and Mary Stanton Noyes, b. in Stonington, Ct., Apr. 17, 1796, d. in Homer, N. Y., Sept 13, 1836, des. of Gov. Wm. Bradford of Plymouth colony, and Rev. John Bradford, burned at the stake, 1555, Thomas Stanton, Indian interpreter-general for New England, who came to Stonington, 1636, Wm. Dennison, who came to Roxbury, Mass, 1631, whose son George went to England and served under Cromwell, and m. Lady Ann Borodel); Champion Spaulding Chase is the son of Clement Chase of Cornish, N. H., b. there, July 4, 1776, d. there, June 7, 1867, farmer, deacon, known for his rigid probity of character, humanity, and liberality (m. 1st, Lucy Murray of Litchfield, Ct. b. 1778, d. Aug. 18, 1814, and had 7 children, viz: Philemon Murray Chase, b. 1799, d. 1820, Susan, b. Aug 11, 1800, Truman, b. 1807, (m. Amanda Tisdale of Hanover, N. H.) Lucy Murray (m. Horace Bushnell of Westbrook, Ct.) George Clement, b. May 1, 1806, d. Jan 21, 1807, Esther Robbins, b. in Feb. 1813, d. Mar. 12, 1813, Esther Robbins, b. Aug. 13, 1814 (m. Wm. Siloway of Plainfield, N. H., and moved with him to Racine, Wis), m. 2d. Olive Spalding of Meriden, N. H., b. in Meriden, Feb. 29, 1790, d. in Cornish, May 11, 1823, and had 4 children, viz.: Olive Spalding Chase, b. Mary 6, 1816 (m. John B. Judson, M. D.), Eunice Dana Chase, b. 1818, Champion S., above, Philemon Murray Chase, b. July 12, 1822, d. July 12, 1823, m. 3d Prudence Spafford Andrus of Bradford, Vt., b. Aug 31, 1789, d. July 18, 1863, and had 6 children, viz.: Sarah (m. Robt. H. Lay), George Murray b. Mar. 6, 1830, d. 1886 (m. Emeline Chapman, and had Horace Bushnell and Murray Chapman), Ruth Maria and three others who d.y.); Clement was son of Moses Chase of Cornish, N. H., b. in Sutton, Mass., Mar. 16, 1727, d. in Cornish, came from Sutton with his brother Samuel and Dyer Spaulding, and took up lands and settled the town of Cornish, 1767, was captain under Col. Ethan Allen of a company of N. H. minute-men at the taking of Fort Ticonderoga, 1777, was a presidential elector from N. H. when George Washington was first elected (m. Apr. 15, 1752, Hannah Brown of Sutton, Mass., and had 14 children, viz.: Daniel, b. Mar. 15, 1753, John, b. Oct. 4, 1755, Hannah, b. Feb 1758, Amos, b. May 19, 1760, Nahum, b. Oct. 9, 1762, Judith, b. Nov. 26, 1764, Caleb, b. Sept 11, 1767, Susan, b. Aug. 4, 1769, d. Oct 26, 1769, Moody, b. Oct 10, 1770, Moses, b. Nov. 29, 1772, Susan, b. July 4, 1776, d. 1778, Clement, b. July 4, 1776, Harvey, b. Nov. 13, 1778, and Sarah); son of Daniel Chase of Newbury, Mass., until 1725, then of Littleton, then of Sutton, b. in Newbury, Sep. 20, 1685, d. in Sutton, Apr. 17, 1768 (m. Jan. 6, 1706, Sarah March); son of Moses of Newbury, b. there, ensign in Essex, re. (m. Anne, dau of Thomas Folansby); son of Aquila Chase of Newbury, Mass., b. in Chesham, Eng., 1618, came to American, 1639, one of the first grantees and settlers of Hampion, Mass., removed to Newbury, 1646 (m. Anne Wheeler); son of Aquila of Chesham, Eng., b. there, Aug. 14, 1580 (m. Sarah); son of Richard of Chesham, bp Aug. 3, 1542 (m. Apr. 6, 1564, Joan Bisho) son of Thomas of Hundrich, parish of Chesham, Eng.
1850 census, Racine, Racine, WI, p55B, M432_1004
504/536 Champion S. Chase, 30, M, Lawyer, $1500, NH
Mary S. Chase, 23, F, NY
sharing a home with her parents, except as a separate household
1860 census, Racine Ward 3, Racine, WI, p469, M653_1427
639/584 Champion S. Chase, 39, M, Lawyer, $6000, $1500, NH
Mary S. chase, 33, F, NY
Champion Chase, 4/12, M, WI
Elizabeth Butterfield, 23, F, Teacher, Com. Sch. NY
Jane Sangmeur, 17, F, Servant, OH
1870 census, Omaha, Douglas, NE, p449B, M593_829
75/80 C. S. Chase, 47, M, W. Lawyer, $25000, $9000, NH, U. S. Citizen
Mary S. Chase, 42, F, W, Keeping house, NY
Clement Chase, 10, M W at home, WI
Geo. H. Mayer, 24, M W Real Estate Agt, NY, U. S. Citizen
N. Shelton, 24, M W, Clerk for R. Rd. NY, U. S. Citizen
Kate McGlaughlin, 40, F. W. Domestic Servt., Ireland, mother & father foreign born
E. S. Butterfield, 30, F, W, School Teacher, WI
Fannie Butterfield, 24, F, W, School Teacher, WI Parents: Deacon Clement CHASE and Olive SPAULDING.
Spouse: Mary Sophronia BUTTERFIELD. Mary Sophronia BUTTERFIELD and Champion Spaulding CHASE were married in May 1848 in Racine, Racine, WI. www.archive.org "Genealogy of Champion and Mary Butterfield Chase" optically scanned, almost illegible Children were: Champion Clement CHASE.
Deacon Clement CHASE was born on 4 July 1776 in Cornish, Sullivan, NH. He died on 6 June 1867 at the age of 90 in Cornish, Sullivan, NH. He was buried on 7 June 1867 at Flat Cemetery in Cornish Flat, Sullivan, NH. findagrave.com, photo of tombstone data on findagrave.com site: "A farmer and always lived in Cornish. Was a deacon many years in the Congregational Church and was well know for his rigid probity of characher, also for his liberality and hospitality...Fathered 17 children, listed under each of his three wives."
1850 census, Cornish, Sullivan, NJ, p86A, M432_441
194/194 Clement Chase, 74, M, Farmer, NH
Prudence F. Chase, 66, F, VT Parents: Moses CHASE and Hannah BROWN.
Spouse: Olive SPAULDING. Olive SPAULDING and Deacon Clement CHASE were married on 23 March 1815 in Cornish, Sullivan, NH. IGI, familysearch.org Children were: Olive Spaulding CHASE, Eunice Dana CHASE, Champion Spaulding CHASE, Philemon Murray CHASE.
Spouse: Lucy MURRAY. Lucy MURRAY and Deacon Clement CHASE were married on 10 September 1797 in Litchfield, Litchfield, CT. married at the Congregational Church in what is now Morris, CT, then part of Litchfield, the Church was organized in 1768, found on genealogytrails.com/conn/litchfield/morris_marriages.html
Clement Edwards CHASE was born on 26 July 1888 in Omaha, Douglas, Nebraska. WW1 draft registration: Clement Edwards Chase, 28, 25 Hooben? Ave. Poughkeepsie NY, dob July 26, 1888, natural born, pob Omaha, Nebraska USA, occ: Civil Engineer, Emp: Modjeski & Angier Company, where employed: S. Bethlehem, Pa, dependents: wife & two children, married, caucasian, no prior service, claim exemption: yes, support of family, Signature: Element E. Chase, Tall, medium build, blue eyes, light brown hair, not bald, no disabilities, 5 Jan 1917, 2-6th Ward, Poughkeepsie NY Board, P. S. Weiss, Deputy Clerk, Northampton County PA He died on 18 September 1933 at the age of 45 in Philadelphia, PA. obituary, The New York Times, September 19, 1933,
BRIDGE FALL KILLS CLEMENT E. CHASE
Engineers Is Swept From a Girder, Plunges 120 Feet Into Delaware River, WAS MAKING INSPECTION
Partner of Ralph Modjeski Since 1908, He Was Designer of Many Noted Structures
Special to The New York Times
PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 18---Clement E. Chase, member of the engineering firm of Modjeski, Masters & Chase and one of the builders of the Delaware River Bridge, was killed instantly today when he was hurtled from a girder of the bridge to a waterfront street 120 feet below.
He had been making an inspection of the bridge preliminary to constructing a high-speed line over it from Camden to Philadelphia. A stiff wind was blowing across the river, and it swept him from the girder he was straddling. His body struck a stone abutment of the bridge, bounded to the top of a parked automobile and then fell to the cobbles of Delaware Avenue. He was taken to Hahnemann Hospital, where physicians said he had been killed at once by the fall.
Mr. Chase was born in Omaha, July 26, 1888, and was graduated from Cornell University.
He had been associated with Ralph Modjeski since 1909. The firm has offices in New York at 121 East Thirty-eighth Street.
Mr. Chase had engaged in bridge engineering and construction in many sections of the county, beginning with the McKinley Bridge across the Mississippi at St. Louis. He supervised the design for the suspension bridge between Detroit and Windsor and had been consulting engineer for the new bridge under construction over the Mississippi at New Orleans. He had been engaged recently in the designing of the Klingle Valley Bridge, in Washington, D. C.
He is survived by a widow and three children.
obituary, The Omaha (NE) World Herald, Tuesday, September 19, 1933, page 1
CLEMENT CHASE DIES IN FALL FROM BRIDGE
"Noted Engineer from Omaha Succumbs at Philadelphia"
Clement E. Chase, 45, prominent consulting engineer formerly of Omaha, was killed at Philadelphia Monday in a 120-foot fall from the Delaware river bridge, one of the structures he helped create.
Case, assistant chief engineer of the bridge, was making another inspection for a proposed 10 million dollar transit line over the span when a stiff wind threw him off balance from a girder beneath the road level.
"Crashes to Street"
He glanced off a stone pier, crashed onto a parked automobile and bounded to the pavement of Delaware avenue.
A member of the firm Modjeski, Masters & Chase of New York, he was born in Omaha July 26, 1888. After graduating from Central High school in 1906 he enrolled in Cornell university. In 1908 he began to study there under Ralph Modjeski, with whom he had been associated every since.
He was graduated from Cornell in 1910. His first work was the McKinley bridge over the Mississippi river at St. Louis. Since then he had many famous bridges to his credit.
Chase, who lived at Wayne, a Philadelphia suburb, is survived by his wife, the former Helen Kelsey of Toledo, and three children, Clement K., Alice and Sherret. Dan and David Baum of Omaha are second cousins.
1920 census, Mamaroneck, Westchester, New York, p11B, ED 63, T625_1275, 52 Brookside Road
Spouse: Helen Mar KELSEY. Helen Mar KELSEY and Clement Edwards CHASE were married on 10 June 1914 in Toledo, Lucas, OH. "American Society of Civil Engineers, Memoir" Children were: Clement Kelsey CHASE, Alice Kelsey CHASE, Sherret Spaulding CHASE.
Clement Grasham CHASE (private). Parents: Clement Kelsey CHASE and Bertha Louise GRASHAM.
Clement Kelsey CHASE was born on 16 July 1915 in Toledo, Lucas, OH. He died on 23 January 2012 at the age of 96 in Tucson, Pima, AZ. obituary, Evergreen Mortuary and Cemetery
Clement Kelsey Chase, 96, of Tucson, died January 23, 2012, from complications of pneumonia. He was born on July 16, 1915 in Toledo, OH. Preceded in death by his parents, Clement Edwards Chase and Helen Mar Kelsey; his wife of 57 years, Bertha Grasham Chase; daughter, Anne E. Chase; sister, Alice Gibson; brother-in-law Sam T. Gibson and nephew Stephen C. Gibson. Survived by son, Clement G. (June L.) Chase; grandchildren, Anne L. Chase and Katherine E. Chase; brother, Sherret S. (Catherine (Kenny) Chase; nieces, Catherine (CiCi) Peters, Helen K. Chase, Alice R. C. Robeson, Lucy G. Simpson, Judith G. Meador, Lena Gibson; nephews, Sherret E. Chase and Wilson Compton Chase-Lansdale. Clement received his BA in Spanish, 1938 and BS in Engineering, 1943 from the University of Arizona. His avocations were ham radio (Quarter Century Radio Club), photography and cinematography, and hiking and mountaineering. We will sorely miss this energetic, bright and durable world traveler. Private services were held at Evergreen Mortuary. The family would like to thank El Rancho Encanto assisted living facility and Patricia Weiss for easing his care. Memorial contributions may be made to Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona, 3003 S. Country Club Rd., Tucson, 85713 or Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, tucsonhispanicchamber.org. Arrangements by Evergreen Mortuary & Cemetery. Parents: Clement Edwards CHASE and Helen Mar KELSEY.
Compton Page CHASE (private). Parents: Wilson Compton CHASE and Patricia Lindsay LANSDALE.
Cornelia Carmelita CHASE was born on 20 April 1890 in Omaha, Douglas, Nebraska. She died on 13 January 1983 at the age of 92 in Concord, Middlesex, MA. long article on wikipedia,
1930 census, 38 Ann Street, Cambridge, Middlesex, MA, p14B, ED 58, Roll 916
124/343 Carmelia Hinton, H, O, $6900, F, W, 39, Wd, 24, no yes, NE, WI, IA, yes, Teacher, Private School, W, yes
Jean Hinton, dau, F, W, 13, S, yes yes, IL, England, NE, yes, none
William Hinton, son, M, W, 11, S, yes yes, IL, England, NE, yes, none
Joan C. Hinton, dau, F, W, 8, S, yes yes IL, England NE, yes, none
Helen Chase, mother, F, W, 61, Wd, 20, no, yes, IA, KY, IA, yes, none
Julia Sullivan, servant, F, W, 19, S, no yes, IRE-IFS, Ireland-IFS, Ireland-IFS, English
Mag Gibson, servant, F, W, 19, S, no yes, ditto, ditto, ditto, ditto, Parents: Champion Clement CHASE and Lula Belle EDWARDS.
Spouse: Sebastian HINTON. Cornelia Carmelita CHASE and Sebastian HINTON were married on 26 April 1916 in Chicago, Cook, IL. marriage date from One World Tree, ancestry.com Children were: Jean HINTON, William Howard HINTON, Joan Chase HINTON.
Elizabeth CHASE was born on 29 April 1834. She died on 14 March 1907 at the age of 72 in Moundsville, Marshall, VA. She was buried on 15 March 1907 at Mount Rose Cemetery in Moundsville, Marshall, VA. findagrave.com, photo of double tombstone
Eunice Dana CHASE was born in 1818 in NY. She died on 30 December 1832 at the age of 14 in NY. Parents: Deacon Clement CHASE and Olive SPAULDING.
Helen Kelsey CHASE (private). Parents: Sherret Spaulding CHASE and Catherine Ross COMPTON.
Spouse: Edward Grant ZELLEFROW.
Helena Modjeska CHASE was born on 23 September 1900 in Omaha, Douglas, NE. SSDI She died on 22 December 1986 at the age of 86 in Santa Fe, Santa Fe, NM. SSDI-008-30-5878-VT; Fray Angelico Chavez History Library, palaceof the governors.org, notice of death: 12/24/1986, Helen Chase Drea, female, newspaper: Daily New Mexican, p. a-8, obit date 12/24/1986, death date: 12/22/1986, pod Santa Fe, text: nee Johnson. A resident of Santa Fe since 1981, well known artist and author of books for children.
Obituary, The New Mexican, Santa Fe, N. M., Wednesday, December 24, 1986
Helena Chase Johnson Drea-A resident of Santa Fe since 1981, formerly from Colorado Springs, Colorado, died on December 22, 1986. Mrs. Drea was a well known artist and author and had published several books for children. Many of which have found a place in the Library of Congress. She is survived by a son, Harry McClure Johnson of Washington, D. C.; her daughters, Mansi Kern of Tesuque, NM., Elizabeth Stickney of Hartford, CT., Sarah Jean Shaw of Bozeman, MT., and Priscila Paetsch of Colorado Springs, CO. Private funeral services have been held. Arrangements are under the direction of McGee Meorial Chapel Mortuary and Crematory. Historic Hotels of America, article, HHA Has an Affinity for Animals, among the hotels listed was "The Little Hotel by the Sea, located at the Grande Colonial Hotel in La Jolla, Calif., consisted of seven small guest rooms when it opened in 1925. After doubling in size, the hotel underwent a major remodeling effort in 1939 which incorporated a beautiful six-passenger mahogany elevator, maing it "The Littlest Hotel in the World with an Elevator." The hotel was owned by Helena Chase Johnson, a publisher and author of children's stories. The Johnson brook included five children and two Shetland ponies named Peanuts and Pardner. The ponies became popular residents of the seaside village and were considered members of the family, participating in everything from holidays and birthday parties to nightly dinners. The Johnson's planned a grand celebration of the hotel's reopening in 1940 with a party in the hotel's rooftop solarium, accessible only by the hotel's celebrated elevator. As usual, Peanuts and Pardner were featured on the guest lists. Sadly, repeated attempts to load the pair on the new elevator were unsuccessful and the pair was relegated to the ground floor where they served as official greeters." http://www.historichotels.org/animal_tales/print Parents: Champion Clement CHASE and Lula Belle EDWARDS.
Spouse: Harry McClure JOHNSON. Helena Modjeska CHASE and Harry McClure JOHNSON were married about 1922. Children were: Helena McClure "Mansi" JOHNSON, Harry McClure JOHNSON Jr., Elizabeth JOHNSON, Sarah Jane JOHNSON, Priscilla JOHNSON.
Spouse: William Francis DREA.
Jean Bradford CHASE was born on 5 September 1931 in Poughkeepsie, Dutchess, NY. She died on 3 July 1977 at the age of 45 in Sun Valley, ID. The Twin Falls (ID) Times News, July 3, 1977
SUN VALLEY--Jean C. Colven, 45, Sun Valley resident since 1962, died Friday at the Moritz Community Hospital of a short illness.
Born Sept. 5, 1931, in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., she attended the University of Vermont and the University of Colorado. She married Jack Colven April 21, 1962, in Mount Snow, Vt. A ski instructor at Sun Valley since 1965, Mrs. Colven was a member of the Eastern Professional Ski Instructors and the Professional Ski Instructors of America.
Survivors include her husband, Jac, Eagle Creek; one daughter, Cristl J., Eagle Creek, and one brother, Philip H. Chase, Ashokan, N. Y.
No services will be held. Final dispostion will be by cremation.
Arrangements are under direction of Wood River Chapel, Hailey. Parents: Philip Bradford CHASE and Helen Miller HOWE.
Spouse: John Francis "Jack" COLVEN. Jean Bradford CHASE and John Francis "Jack" COLVEN were married on 21 April 1962 in West Dover, Windham, VT. VT, Vital Records, familysearch.org, FHL film #7049134, Groom: John F. Colven, dom 21 Apr 1962, pom West Dover, Windham, VT, male, 37, est by 1925, father: John, mother: Cecelia; Bride: Jean B. Chase, father: Philip, mother: Helen Children were: Christl COLVEN.
Katherine Elizabeth "Kate" CHASE (private). Parents: Clement Grasham CHASE and June Louise MCCLAY.
Moses CHASE was born on 16 March 1727 in Newbury, Essex, MA. He died on 18 October 1799 at the age of 72 in Cornish, Sullivan, NH. He was buried on 19 October 1799 at Chase Cemetery in Cornish City, Sullivan, NH. findagrave.com, photo of tombstone
Olive Spaulding CHASE was born on 6 March 1816. She died on 31 August 1866 at the age of 50 in Livingstone Mills, NY. Parents: Deacon Clement CHASE and Olive SPAULDING.
Spouse: John Burrit JUDSON.
Page Kathleen CHASE (private). Parents: Sherret Edwards CHASE and Susan PAGE.
Patricia Catherine "Kate" CHASE (private). Parents: Wilson Compton CHASE and Patricia Lindsay LANSDALE.
Philemon Murray CHASE was born on 12 July 1822. He died on 30 July 1832 at the age of 10. Parents: Deacon Clement CHASE and Olive SPAULDING.
Philip Bradford CHASE was born on 13 December 1894 in Omaha, Douglas, NE. WW1 draft registration, ancestry.com, Philip Bradford Chase, 22, 318 S. 19th St. Omaha, Neb. dob Dec. 13, 1895, natural born, bp Omaha, Neb. USA, citizen, Occ: Advertising Representative, Chase Publishing Co. Emp at: New York City, no dependents, single, caucasian, no prior service, claim exemption: yes, Application inside for Aviation Corps, Signature: Philip B. Chase, Tall, medium build, brown eyes, light hair, not bald, no disabilities, 28 May 1927, Omaha NE Board'
U. S. WWII draft registration, 1942, Philip Bradford Chase, Putney, Windham, VT, mailing: same, Telephone-yes, Putney 105, age 47, dob Dec. 13, 1894, Omaha, Nebraska, person always know address: Mrs. Philip Chase, Putney, Vt. Emp: Putney School, Putney, Windham, Vt. Signature: Philip B. Chase He died in August 1973 at the age of 78 in Shokan, Ulster, NY. 1930 census, Colonie, Albany, NY, p8A ED 132, Roll 1405, Meadow Road
183/180 Phillip B. Chase, H, O, $8000, R, no M W 35, M, 29, no yes, NE WI IA, yes, Bond Salesman, Banking, W, yes yes WW
Helen Howe Chase, wife, F W, 34, M, 27, no yes NE MN IL, yes none
Phillip Howe Chase, son, M W 5, S, no yes NE NE NE, yes, none
Louise Staber, Servant, F W 28, S, no yes NY, Germany, Germany, yes Cook, Private Family, W, yes Parents: Champion Clement CHASE and Lula Belle EDWARDS.
Spouse: Helen Miller HOWE. Helen Miller HOWE and Philip Bradford CHASE were married on 29 September 1923 in Brooklyn, Kings, NY. The Omaha (NE) World Herald, Sunday, September 2, 1923, p25
Philip Crouze CHASE (private). Parents: Philip Howe CHASE and Marion Cornet CROUZE.
Spouse: Dale YANKOWSKI.
Spouse: Jennifer LANCASTER.
Spouse: Lisa BATTAGLIA.
Philip Howe CHASE (private). Parents: Philip Bradford CHASE and Helen Miller HOWE.
Sarah CHASE was born on 23 November 1829 in Cornish, Sullivan, NH. She died in 1857 at the age of 28. Parents: Deacon Clement CHASE and Prudence Spofford ANDREWS.
Sherret Edwards CHASE (private). Parents: Sherret Spaulding CHASE and Catherine Ross COMPTON.
Sherret Spaulding CHASE (private). Parents: Clement Edwards CHASE and Helen Mar KELSEY.
Susan Cornet CHASE (private). Parents: Philip Howe CHASE and Marion Cornet CROUZE.
Wilson Compton CHASE (private). Parents: Sherret Spaulding CHASE and Catherine Ross COMPTON.
Helen Adelaide CHASTAIN was born on 20 May 1897 in KS. She died in October 1985 at the age of 88 in Kansas City, Jackson, MO.
Spouse: William Hurst COLEMAN. Helen Adelaide CHASTAIN and William Hurst COLEMAN were married on 30 August 1917 in ,Jackson, MO. MO Marriage Records, 1805-2002, ancestry.com, Children were: William Chastain COLEMAN, Richard Leroy COLEMAN.
Nancy CHATTEN (private).
Spouse: Johnson KING.
Daniel CHAUNCEY was born about 1712 in ,Pasquotank, NC. He died in 1754–1760 at the age of 42 in ,Orange, NC.
Rachel CHAUNCEY was born on 7 August 1741 in Snow Camp, Alamance, NC. She died in 1831 at the age of 90 in Stouts Grove, Tazewell, IL. She was buried in 1831 in Unknown. Parents: Daniel CHAUNCEY and Ann OVERMAN.
Blanca CHAVARRIA (private).
Spouse: Edward Robert JENNINGS.
Victor S. CHAVEZ (private).
Spouse: Pamela Rose ISAAC.
Callie CHEAIRS was born in May 1881 in Okolona, Chickasaw, MS. She died unknown. Parents: Samuel D. CHEAIRS and Elleseph "Ella" TINDALL.
Pearl CHEAIRS was born in June 1883 in Okolona, Chickasaw, MS. She died unknown. Parents: Samuel D. CHEAIRS and Elleseph "Ella" TINDALL.
Samuel D. CHEAIRS died before 1 June 1900 in Okolona, Chickasaw, MS.
Spouse: Elleseph "Ella" TINDALL. Elleseph "Ella" TINDALL and Samuel D. CHEAIRS were married on 16 December 1885 in ,Chickasaw, MS. LDS marriage extraction, Chickasaw co MS Children were: Callie CHEAIRS, Pearl CHEAIRS.
Albert CHEANEY (private).
Children were: Sarah E. "Sallie" CHEANEY.
Almeda CHEANEY was born about 1869 in ,Henderson, KY. She died unknown. Parents: Luke Madison CHEANEY and Carolina NUNN.
Dorothy D. CHEANEY was born about 1912 in ,Henderson, KY. She died unknown. Parents: Horatio Frederick CHEANEY and Lucy Lee HUGGINS.
Faustina CHEANEY was born on 22 November 1874 in ,Henderson, KY. She died on 22 May 1919 at the age of 44 in ,Henderson, KY. She was buried in Fernwood Cemetery, Henderson, Henderson, KY. Parents: Luke Madison CHEANEY and Mary Ann CLEMENTS.
Spouse: Sherwood S. HICKS. Faustina CHEANEY and Sherwood S. HICKS were married about 1895 in KY.
Grace Dare CHEANEY was born on 10 June 1908 in ,Henderson, KY. She died on 26 February 1920 at the age of 11 in ,Henderson, KY. She was buried in Fernwood Cemetery, Henderson, Henderson, KY. KY death certificate #1920-4233; cause of death: septicemia due to local infection of wound, contributory: influenza, Parents: Horatio Frederick CHEANEY and Lucy Lee HUGGINS.
Harriet "Hattie" CHEANEY was born about 1878 in ,Henderson, KY. She died unknown. Parents: Luke Madison CHEANEY and Mary Ann CLEMENTS.
Horatio Frederick CHEANEY was born about 1882 in ,Henderson, KY. He died unknown. 1920 census, Robards, Henderson, KY
3/3 Horatio F. Cheaney, H, O, M, M, W, 38, M, yes yes, KY KY KY, yes, Farmer, Gen Farm, OA
Lucy L. Cheaney, wife, F, W, 32, M, yes yes NC NC NC, yes none
Grace D. Cheaney, dau, F, W, 12, S, yes yes yes, KY KY NC, yes, none
Dorothy D. Cheaney, dau, F, W, 8, S, yes, --, --, KY KY NC, none
Howard F. Cheaney, son, M, W, 3 6/12, S, KY KY NC, none
Luke M. Cheaney, father, M, W, 83, M, yes yes KY KY KY, yes none
Mary Cheaney, mother, F, W, 70, M, yes yes KY KY KY, yes none
1930 census, Robards, Henderson, KY, p9A, ED 17, Roll 750
189/192 Horatio F. Cheaney, H, O, yes M W, 49, M, 26, no yes KY KY KY, yes Farming, Gen Farm, 0,yes no
Lucy L. Cheaney, wife, F, W, 43, M, 20, no yes NC NC NC, yes none
Dorothy D. Cheaney, dau, F, W, 17, S, yes yes KY KY NC, yes, none
Howard F. Cheaney, son, M, W, 13, S, yes yes KY KY NC, yes, none Parents: Luke Madison CHEANEY and Mary Ann CLEMENTS.
Horatio Leonard CHEANEY was born on 21 December 1810. He died on 12 November 1892 at the age of 81 in ,Henderson, KY. He was buried in Fernwood Cemetery, Henderson, Henderson, KY.
Howard F. CHEANEY was born on 4 July 1916 in ,Henderson, KY. He died on 30 April 1995 at the age of 78 in Porterville, Tulare, CA. SSDI-400-16-4162-KY Parents: Horatio Frederick CHEANEY and Lucy Lee HUGGINS.
Leonard CHEANEY was born about 1862 in ,Henderson, KY. He died unknown. Parents: Luke Madison CHEANEY and Carolina NUNN.
Luenna CHEANEY was born about 1864 in ,Henderson, KY. She died unknown. Parents: Luke Madison CHEANEY and Carolina NUNN.