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Samuel Chase Biography
Samuel Chase was the son of the Rev. Thomas Chase, a clergyman of distinction, in the protestant Episcopal church, who, after his emigration to America, married the daughter of a respectable farmer, and settled, for a time, in Somerset county, in Maryland, where this son was born, on the 17th of April, 1741.
In 1743, Mr. Chase removed to Baltimore, having been appointed to the charge of St. Paul's church, in that place. Even in Baltimore, at this period, there was no school of a high order. The instruction of his son, therefore, devolved upon Mr. Chase, than whom few, fortunately, were better qualified for such a charge. His own attainments in classical learning were much superior to those who had been educated in America. Under the instruction of one so well qualified to teach, the son soon outstripped most of his compeers, and at the early age of eighteen was sent to Annapolis, to commence the study of law. After a sedulous attention to his preparatory course, for two years,
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Samuel Chase GenealogyParents:
Thomas Chase (1703 - 1780)
Matilda Walker Chase (____ - 1741)
Anne Baldwin Chase*
Hanna Kitty Giles Chase (1759 - 1848)
Matilda Chase Ridgely (1763 - 1835)
Mary Chase Barney (1785 - 1872)
Eliza Chase Coale (1788 - 1853)
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|1811 6/19||Death of Samuel Chase|
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The jury has the right to determine both the law and the facts.
Samuel Chase: Unknown
By our form of government, the Christian religion is the established religion; and all sects and denominations of Christians are placed upon the same equal footing, and are equally entitled to protection in their religious liberty."
Samuel Chase: Unknown
Religion is of general and public concern, and on its support depend, in great measure, the peace and good order of government, the safety and happiness of the people.
Samuel Chase: Supreme Court of Maryland, "Runkel v. Winemiller", 4 H & McH. 276, 288, 1799
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