Samuel was the only child of the Reverend Thomas Chase (c. 1703 – 1779) and
his wife, Matilda Walker (? – by 1744), born near Princess Anne, Maryland.
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 ...
Dec 1, 2011 ... Samuel Chase was born in Somerset County, Maryland, 11 April 1741. .....
Samuel Chase's wife, Ann, died somewhere between 1776 and ...
Samuel Chase 1741-1811, political leader in the American Revolution, signer of
the Declaration of Independence, Associate Justice of the U.S....
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
People & Events Samuel Chase Samuel Chase When Republicans under
Thomas Jefferson led an impeachment attack against Samuel Chase, an
Apr 28, 1998 ... During the war, his wife died, and in 1784, he married Hannah Kitty ... Matilda
Walker Chase (____ - 1741) ... Samuel Chase (1775 - 1841)*
Associate Supreme Court justice Samuel Chase went from supporting states'
rights to becoming a federalist. Learn more at Biography.com.
Samuel Chase was born in Maryland on the seventeenth of April, 1741. He
received a good classical education in Baltimore. He studied law and began
In May of 1762, Samuel Chase took Ann Baldwin to be his wife. The couple had
seven children together, however, due to high infant mortality rates in the 18th ...