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Mary Chase (Dudley)

Birthdate: (77)
Birthplace: Newbury, MA
Death: Died in Cornish, NH
Place of Burial: Trinity Cemetery Cornish City Sullivan County New Hampshire
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Samuel Dudley and Abigail Dudley
Wife of Samuel Chase
Mother of Samuel Chase; Dudley Chase, Esq.; Jonathan Chase; Elizabeth Richardson; Sarah Rawson and 6 others
Sister of 'Cornet' Samuel Dudley; Jonathan Dudley; Francis DUDLEY; David DUDLEY; Abigail DUDLEY and 7 others
Half sister of Richard King

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About Mary Chase

This Mary Dudley [Mary Chase (Dudley)] was the daughter of Lieut. Samuel Dudley and Abigail Rogers, born Concord MA 24 Aug 1711, married Samuel Chase in May 1727, and died 12 Feb 1789, Cornish, NH.

She has been confused by another Mary Dudley [Mary Ross (Dudley)] of the same era, apparently born 22 Feb 1711 or 1715/1716, Sutton, Worcester, MA; died 29 Nov 1765 Lancaster, Worcester, MA, who was married to Thomas Ross. The two are not the same person.

  • Full text of "Encyclopedia of Connecticut biography, genealogical-memorial; representative citizens;"
  • CHASE, Charles Edward, Active Factor in Insurance Circles.
  • The Chase family, of which Charles Edward Chase, chairman of the board of directors of the Hartford Fire Insurance Company, and a prominent public official, is a worthy representative, is of English origin, being among the ancient and highly honored families of England, the name being derived undoubtedly from the French word, Chasser, to hunt. They are one of the families entitled to bear a coat-of-arms, described as follows : Gules four crosses patence argent (two and two), on a canton azure a lion rampant or.
  • (IX) Daniel Chase, one of the twin sons of Moses and Ann (Follansbee) Chase, was born in Newbury, Massachusetts, September 20, 1685, and died May 28, 1769. Prior to March 26, 1733, he removed to Sutton, same State, his corn mill being mentioned in the town records then, and he is credited with having built the first corn mill at Pleasant Falls, and was known as "Miller Chase. His homestead was on the present site of the Sutton Manufacturing Company property. He married Sarah March, whose death occurred in December, 1771, aged eighty-eight years. Mr. and Mrs. Chase were admitted to the church in 1736 by letter from the Littleton church, and in 1751 he and his wife were among the Separatists from the Sutton church. Children : 'Samuel, born September 28, 1707, married Mary Dudley' ; Daniel, of whom further ; Joshua, born November 9, 171 1 ; Ann, November 13, 1713, became the wife of David Lilley, May 25, 1736; Sarah, April 22, 1716; Nehemiah, June 27, 1718; Judith, September 7, 1720, became the wife of Thomas Hall, September 15, 1737; Valeb, November 29, 1722, died October 2, 1808; Moody, September 3, 1723, married, January 17, 1749, Elizabeth Hall; Moses, March, 1726, married Hannah, daughter of Jonas Brown.
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Mary Chase's Timeline

February 22, 1711
Newbury, MA
November 28, 1728
Age 17
Sutton, MA
August 29, 1730
Age 19
Sutton, Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States
February 6, 1732
Age 20
November 23, 1735
Age 24
Cornish, Sullivan, New Hampshire, United States
Age 28
Age 36
Age 37
February 22, 1751
Age 40
Simsbury, Hartford, Connecticut, USA