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CHASE, Elizabeth F. 1832 - 1908

CHASE, OSBORN, ALLEN, HUSTON, KIRBY

Posted By: Joey Stark
Date: 11/23/2020 at 21:54:50

"The Fairfield Journal"
Friday, January 3, 1908
Page 2, Column 3

DEATH OF MRS. CHASE.

Mrs Elizabeth CHASE died at her home in this city at three o'clock this morning, after an illness of two days. She passed into a sleep almost from the first and remained unconscious to the end.

Mrs. CHASE was the daughter of Jacob OSBORN, whose home was Burlington, Vt., where she was born September 2, 1832(.) The family moved to Rome, New York, when she was two years old, and to Warren County, Ill , ten years later. She was married twice, Frederick ALLEN her first husband living but a short time. She was married to James H. CHASE, June 1855, his death occurring in this city fourteen years ago. Mr and Mrs. CHASE had three children, two sons, and the daughter, Mrs. John C. HUSTON of this city. This death comes as a double bereavement to Mrs. HUSTON and her children, following so immediately the death of Mr. HUSTON. Mrs. CHASE leaves also a sister to mourn her death, Mrs. John M. KIRBY of this city.

Mrs. CHASE was a woman of decided force of character, blended with a kind and cheerful disposition which endeared her to all. Her cheery presence will be missed in many circles.

The funeral will be held in the Congregational church, of which she has been many years a cherished member, tomorow afternoon at two o'clock.

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"Jefferson County Republican"
Friday, January 3, 1908
Page 5, Column 2

HOME NEWS.

... Mrs, Elizabeth CHASE was taken sick Monday night with pneumonia and died at 3 a.m. this morning(.) Funeral services will be held at the Congregational church ae (sic) 2 p.m. tomorrow.

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"The Fairfield Journal"
Wednesday, January 8, 1908
Page 4, Column 4

Deaths of a Week

... Mrs. GHASE (sic).

From Friday's Daily.

Mrs Elizabeth CHASE died at her home in this city at three o'clock this morning, after an illness of two days. She passed into a sleep almost from the first and remained unconscious to the end.

Mrs. CHASE was the daughter of Jacob OSBORN, whose home was Burlington, Vt., where she was born September 2, 1832(.) The family moved to Rome, New York, when she was two years old, and to Warren County, Ill , ten years later. She was married twice, Frederick ALLEN her first husband living but a short time. She was married to James H. CHASE, June 1855, his death occurring in this city fourteen years ago. Mr. and Mrs. CHASE had three children, two sons, and the daughter, Mrs. John C. HUSTON of this city. This death comes as a double bereavement to Mrs. HUSTON and her children, following so immediately the death of Mr. HUSTON. Mrs. CHASE leaves also a sister to mourn her death, Mrs. John M. KIRBY of this city.

Mrs. CHASE was a woman of decided force of character, blended with a kind and cheerful disposition which endeared her to all. Her cheery presence will be missed in many circles(.)

The funeral will be held in the Congregational church, of which she has been many years a cherished member, tomorrow afternoon at two o'clock.

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"The Fairfield Ledger"
Wednesday, January 8, 1908
Page 6, Column 3

LOCAL MISCELLANY.

... Died After Brief Illness.

Mrs. Elizabeth F. CHASE died in this city early Friday morning, after an illness of only three or four days. She was born at Burlington, Vt., September 2d, 1832, and removed to the west in girlhood. She was married to James H. CHASE at Galesburg, Ill., June 18th, 1855. They were the parents of three children, two of whom survive the parents, Mrs. Etta HUSTON of this city and C. C. CHASE. Mrs. CHASE was a sister of Mrs. J. M. KIRBY of this city. The family came to Fairfield in 1880, where the husband and father died many years ago. Mrs. CHASE had been a member of the Congregational church for many years. she was a refined, christian woman, devoted to her family, a sympathizing friend and a kindly neighbor. There are many people in Fairfield who knew her and esteemed her and will sincerely regret her death. Funeral services were held at the Congregational church Saturday morning and were conducted by Rev. Pearse Pinch.

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"The Fairfield Ledger"
Wednesday, January 15th, 1908
Page 6, Column 2

LOCAL MISCELLANY.

... In the office of the clerk of the district court the following appointments have been made the past week: Etta HUSTON administratrix of the estate of Elizabeth CHASE, deceased, Augusta Samuelson administratrix of the estate of A. G. Samuelson, deceased. ...

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Note: Buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Fairfield, IA, in Lot 1st.036 with second husband James H. CHASE who died in 1894.


 

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