Person:Daniel Chase (1)

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m. bef 1645
  1. Sarah Chaseest 1645 - bef 1726
  2. Anne Chaseabt 1647 - 1691
  3. Priscilla Chase1648/49 - aft 1697
  4. Mary Chase1650/51 - AFT 1724
  5. Sergeant Aquila Chase1652 - 1720
  6. Thomas Chase1654 - 1732/33
  7. John Chase1655 - 1739/40
  8. Elizabeth Chase1657 -
  9. Ruth Chase1659 - 1676
  10. Daniel Chase1661 - 1707
  11. Ensign Moses Chase1663 - 1743
m. 25 Aug 1683
  1. Martha Chase1684 -
  2. Sarah Chase1686 -
  3. Dorothy Chase1688/89 - aft 1713
  4. Isaac Chase1690/91 - 1786
  5. Lydia Chase1692/93 -
  6. Mehitable Chase1694/95 -
  7. Judith Chase1696/97 -
  8. Abner Chase1699 -
  9. Daniel Chase1702 -
  10. Enoch Chaseabt 1704 -
Facts and Events
Name[1] Daniel Chase
Gender Male
Alt Birth[1] 15 Nov 1661 Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Birth[2] 9 Dec 1661 Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 25 Aug 1683 Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United Statesto Martha Kimball
Death[3] 8 Feb 1707 Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Chase, John Carroll, and George Walter Chamberlain. Seven Generations of the Descendants of Aquila and Thomas Chase. (Haverhill, Mass.: Record Publishing Company, 1928), 41-42.

    DANIEL(2) CHASE (Aquila(1)) born in Newbury (now Newburyport) 15 Nov. or 9 Dec. 1661; died there, 8 Feb. 1707. He married in Newbury, 25 Aug. 1683, MARTHA KIMBALL, daughter of Henry and Mary (Wyatt) Kimball. She was born in Wenham, 18 Aug. 1664. She married (2) int. at Newbury, 9 May 1713, Josiah Heath of Haverhill and died before 27 Dec. 1728. He was a wheelwright and lived in the part of Newbury (now West Newbury) in the house which stands next east of the present Town House. He was 16 when he took the oath of allegiance at Newbury in 1678 (Currier's Hist. of Newbury, 181). He was a snowshoe man in Capt. Hugh March's Co. about 1705 and was a soldier under command of Capt. Thomas Noyes, training in 1688 (Currier, Hist. 1902, p. 660). His house was 1240 feet east of the east side of Ferry lane, now Bridge Street, in what is now West Newbury. The homestead passed into possession of John Carr who married Elizabeth(3) Chase, daughter of Ens. Moses(2) Chase and was occupied by John Carr, his son Daniel and his son Moses Carr, who sold it in 1811 and removed to Hopkinton, N. H. Children, born in Newbury.

  2. Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts, United States. Vital Records of Newbury, Massachusetts, to the End of the Year 1849. (Salem, Mass.: The Essex Institute, 1911), I:88.

    CHASE, Daniel, s. Aquilla, Dec. 9, 1661. [Nov. 15. CT. R.]

  3. Kimball, Judith A. The History of the Kimball Family in America. (Kittery, Maine: Kimball Family Association, 1988), 26.