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Samuel Chase (April 17, 1741 – June 19, 1811) was an Associate Justice of the United States ... the only child of the Reverend Thomas Chase (c. 1703 – 1779) and his wife, Matilda Walker (? – by 1744), born near Princess Anne, Maryland.


Dec 1, 2011 ... Samuel Chase's wife, Ann, died somewhere between 1776 and 1779 (primary sources disagree); he was left to raise his four children alone.


Chase, Samuel (17 Apr. 1741-19 June 1811), associate justice of the Supreme Court, was born in Somerset County, Maryland, the son of Thomas Chase, ...


Nov 26, 2016 ... Samuel was the only child of the Reverend Thomas Chase (c. 1703-1779) and his wife, Matilda Walker (?-by 1744), born near Princess Anne, ...


Thomas Chase (c.1703-1779), minister, and his wife Matilda Walker (?-by 1744). Chase had four half-brothers and two half-sisters by his father's second ...


Samuel Chase served as a justice of the U.S. Supreme Court from 1796 to 1811. In 1804 the U.S. House of Representatives voted to impeach Chase. However ...


Wife of Declaration of Independence Signer Samuel Chase. Anne Baldwin was born in Annapolis, Maryland, daughter of Thomas Baldwin and his wife Agnes.


Chase was born in 1741 in Maryland as the only child of Reverend Thomas Chase and his wife, Matilda Walker. He was educated at home and left at age 18 for ...


Samuel Chase. 1741-1811. Representing Maryland at the Continental Congress. Chase. by Ole Erekson, Engraver, c1876, Library of Congress ...


Jan 5, 2005 ... The biography of Anne Baldwin Chase, wife of Samuel Chase, founding father and signer of the Declaration of Independence.