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Chase, Mrs. Frank

Chase, Mrs. Frank

Posted: 23 Apr 2002 11:58AM GMT
Classification: Death
Surnames: Chase
Died: At her home near Albany, Monday, July 9, 1900, Mrs. Frank Chase, of consumption.

July 14, 1900, The Badger, Evansville, Wisconsin

Re: Chase, Mrs. Frank

Posted: 9 Dec 2003 9:16PM GMT
Classification: Marriage
Surnames: Chase, Taff
Married. Thursday, July 3, '90 at the bride's home in Chicago, Mr. Frank Chase, of Albany, to Miss Bell Taff. We have no personal acquaintance with the contracting parties, but are creditably informed that the groom is a very prosperous farmer living near Albany and the bride is a near friend to Mr. V. C. Holmes and family, of this city, where she has made annual visits with two brothers who are here now. The happy couple have our best wishes.

July 8, 1890, The Tribune, p. 1, col. 2, Evansville, Wisconsin

Re: Chase, Mrs. Frank

Posted: 23 Jan 2004 9:07PM GMT
Classification: Birth
Surnames: Chase, Taff
Born a son, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chase, of the town of Albany, Dr. Stair was in attendance.

April 28, 1891, Evansville Review, p. 1, col. 3, Evansville, Wisconsin

Re: Chase, Mrs. Frank

Posted: 28 Jan 2004 4:23PM GMT
Classification: Obituary
Surnames: Chase, Holmes, Taff, Taft
FORMER LOCAL MAN DIES IN COLORADO

Franklin Chase Passes Monday at Burlington; Interment Will Be Made Here

Franklin B. Chase, 78, former Evansville resident and brother of Mrs. V. C. Holmes, this city died Monday in Burlington, Colo., according to information received here this week. The body is being brought to Evansville for burial here in Maple Hill Cemetery.

Mr. Chase, son of the late John B. and Martha Baker Chase, was born, Dec. 14, 1895 and when a young man was married to Miss Belle Taft, Chicago. Following their marriage, Mr. and Mrs. Chase resided on the farm now known as the Dunphy farm near Albany, later moving to this locality.

Mrs. Chase and a son died here many years ago after which Mr. Chase and a daughter, Esther, moved to Colorado. The daughter died several years later and was buried in Evansville. Mr. Chase's only survivor is Mrs. Holmes.

October 20, 1938, Evansville Review, p. 4, col. 4, Evansville, Wisconsin

Re: Chase, Mrs. Frank

Posted: 14 Apr 2004 5:20PM GMT
Classification: Death
Surnames: Chase
Died at the home of his parents near Albany, Sunday morning June 11, Ellis, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chase, of scarlet fever, aged eight years.

June 17, 1899, The Badger, p. 1, col. 4, Evansville, Wisconsin
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