In May 1762, Chase married Ann Baldwin, daughter of Thomas and Agnes
Baldwin. Samuel and Ann had had three ...
Associate Supreme Court justice Samuel Chase went from supporting states'
rights to becoming a federalist. Learn more at Biography.com.
Chase, Samuel (1741-1811), lawyer, politician, and justice, was born on 17 April
1741, at his mother's home near Princess Anne, Somerset County, Maryland, ...
Samuel Chase 1741-1811, political leader in the American Revolution, signer of
the ... Chase was born April 17, 1741, in Somerset County, Maryland. His father ...
Dec 1, 2011 ... Samuel Chase was born in Somerset County, Maryland, 11 April 1741. His
parents, Thomas Chase and Matilda Walker had met and married in ...
Samuel Chase was born on April 17, 1741, in Somerset County, Md. He was
educated, primarily in the classics, by his father, the Rev. Thomas Chase, until
Born in Princess Anne, Maryland, in 1741, Samuel Chase had served his country
honorably. He held a seat in both the Maryland assembly and the Continental ...
Learn facts about the life of Samuel Chase in this biography of a signer of the
Declaration of Independence and as a supreme court associate judge.
Samuel Chase, (born April 17, 1741, Princess Anne, Md. [U.S.]—died June 19,
1811, Washington, D.C., U.S.) associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, ...
Samuel Chase Coale. Sam Coale teaches American literature and culture at
Wheaton College in Massachusetts. His two latest books include The ...