genealogy of Patty Rose

 

 


Genealogy of Patty Rose


Name Aquila* CHASE
Birth abt 1618, Hundrich, Buckinghamshire, England18,36,46
Death 27 Dec 1670, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts22,29,36,46,61,76
Marriage abt 1645, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts
Spouse Anne* WHEELER
Birth bap 13 May 1621, St Edmund's parish, Salisbury, Wiltshire, England46
Death 21 Apr 1687, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts18,20,22,36,46,61
Father Lt. John* WHEELER (1591-1670)
Mother Anne* YOEMAN (1592-1662)
Other Spouses Daniel MUSSILOWAY
Children:
1 F Sarah CHASE (Twin)
Birth abt 1646, Cornwall, England29
Death 6 Jun 1726, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts
Spouse Carmac "Charles" ANNIS
Marriage 15 May 1666, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts15,20,22,23,29,36,46
2 F Anne CHASE (Twin)
Birth 6 Jul 1647, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts18,20,22,29,36,46,76
Death 1691, Suffield, Hartford, Connecticut
Spouse Capt. John ALLEN
Unmarried
Spouse Thomas BARBER
Marriage 27 Apr 1671, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts18,20,22,29,36,46
3 F Priscilla CHASE
Birth 14 Mar 1648/49, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts18,20,22,29,36,46,52,76
Death 1697, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts
Spouse Dr. Abel MERRILL
Marriage 10 Feb 1670/71, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts15,18,20,22,23,29,36,46
4 F Mary CHASE
Birth 3 Feb 1650/51, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts18,20,29,22,36,46,76
Death aft 1725, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts
Spouse John STEVENS
Marriage 9 Mar 1669/70, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts18,20,22,29,36,46
5 M Sgt. Aquila CHASE
Birth 26 Sep 1652, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts18,20,22,29,36,46
Death 29 Jul 1720, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts22,76
Spouse Esther BOND
Marriage 1673, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts10
6 M Thomas* CHASE
Birth 25 Jul 1654, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts18,20,22,29,36,46,76
Death bef 25 Feb 1732/33, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts22
Spouse Rebecca* FOLLANSBEE
Marriage 22 Nov 1677, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts15,20,22,23,29,36,46
Spouse Elizabeth WOODHEAD
Marriage 2 Aug 1714, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts20,23,46
7 M John CHASE
Birth 2 Nov 1655, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts22,29,46,49,76
Death 26 Feb 1739/40, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts22,49,76
Spouse Elizabeth BINGLEY
Marriage 23 May 1677, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts20,23,29,36,46,49
Spouse Lydia CHALLIS
Marriage 21 Dec 1687, Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts36,46
8 F Elizabeth CHASE
Birth 13 Sep 1657, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts18,20,22,29,36,46,76,81
Spouse Zachariah AYER
Marriage 27 Jun 1678, Andover, Essex, Massachusetts15,18,20,22,23,29,36,46,81
9 F Ruth CHASE
Birth 18 Mar 1659/60, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts18,20,22,29,36,46,76
Death 30 May 1676, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts22,29,36,46,76
10 M Daniel CHASE
Birth 9 Dec 1661, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts18,20,22,29,36,76
Death 8 Feb 1707, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts20,22,29,36
Spouse Martha KIMBALL
Marriage 25 Aug 1683, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts20,22,23,36,46
11 M Ens. Moses CHASE
Birth 24 Dec 1663, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts18,20,22,29,36,46,61,76
Death 6 Sep 1743, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts22,76
Spouse Anne FOLLANSBEE
Marriage 10 Nov 1684, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts18,20,22,23,29,36,46
Spouse Sarah JACOBS
Marriage 13 Dec 1713, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts29,36,46,61
Notes for Aquila* CHASE
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Aquila Chase m. probably Martha Jelliman, and had Aquila Chase, Mariner of Newbury, Massachusetts, b. circa 1618, in England; d. 29th December, 1670, came from Cornwall, England, and settled first at Hampton, Massachusetts, 1640, and in Newbury, Massachusetts, 1646; he was probably the first of this branch of the Chase family in America; m. Ann Wheeler, b. 1620, d. 21st April, 1687, dau. of John and Ann (Godfrey) Wheeler, she m. (2d) 14th June, 1672, Daniel Missilaway; John Wheeler came to New England from Salisbury, England, 1634. Issue: Sarah, Ann, Priscilla, Mary, Aquila, Thomas, John, Ruth, Daniel, Moses. [ref 18:4-80]
[does not mention child Elizabeth]
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AQUILA, Hampton 1640, a mariner from Cornwall, England. m. Ann, d. of John Wheeler, had Sarah, and rem. a. 1646, to Newbury, here had Ann, Priscilla, Mary, Aquila, Thomas, John, Elizabeth, Ruth, Daniel, and Moses; and d. 29 Aug. 1670, aged 52. His wid. m. 14 June 1672, Daniel Mussiloway, and d. 21 Apr. 1687. [ref 20]
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CHASE, Aquila 48 in 1666, mariner, came to Hampton with his br. Thomas the first summer (Thomas and Aquila both had land grants there 1640). He soon m. Anne Wheeler and in 1640 rem. with her fam. to Newbury, settling at Newburyport. He coasted bet. Newburyport and Boston. Will 10, d. 27 Dec. 1670. His wid. m. 14 June 1672 Daniel Silloway and d. 21 Apr. 1687. Ch: Sarah, Anne, Priscilla, Mary, Aquila, John, Elizabeth, Thomas, Ruth, Daniel, Moses. [ref 22]
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Aquila (2), probably son of Aquila (1) Chase, and the American immigrant, was born in England in 1618. He was a mariner, probably employed by his uncle or brother, Thomas Chase, who was in 1626 part owner of the ship "John and Francis." He was of Hampton as early as 1640; removed to Newbury in 1646, when he had four acres granted for a house lot and six acres of marsh, on condition that he go to sea and to service in the town with a boat for four years. He was also a shipmaster. He and his wife and David Wheeler were fined "for gathering pease on the Sabbath," but were admonished and the fine remitted, September, 1646. He died December 27, 1670. His will was dated September 19, 1670. Aquila Chase married, about 1644, Anne Wheeler, of Hampton, New Hampshire, daughter of John and Anne Wheeler, who came to Hampton from Salisbury, England, with two children, David and Ann. John Wheeler died in 1670, and his wife died August 15, 1662. Mrs. Chase married (second) June 14, 1672, Daniel Mussiloway. She died April 21, 1687. Children of Mr. and Mrs. Chase: Sarah, Anna, Priscilla, Mary, Aquila, Thomas, John, Elizabeth, Ruth, Daniel, Moses. [ref 29:1833]
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AQUILA1 CHASE [bro. of (1) THOMAS1], "mariner," b. ab. 1618, prob. not in Chesham; m. ANNE2 WHEELER (John1). He was in Hampton in 1640, rem. to Newbury in 1646, where he d. Dec. 27, 1670[NE]. Wid. Anne m. June 14, 1672[NE], Daniel Mussiloway,?? and d. April 21, 1687[C NE]. [See G. R. 1847, p. 68; C NE. pp. 47, 297, 323-5.] Children: Sarah, Anne, Priscilla, Mary, Aquila, Thomas, John, Elizabeth, Ruth, Daniel, Moses. [ref 36:91]
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CHASE, Aquila, mariner, Hampton, proprietor, 1640; signed petition in 1643. Rem. to Newbury, Mass. sold his Hampton property 4 Oct. 1649. [ref 44:36]
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Aquilla Chase death 27 Dec 1670 Newbury Essex [ref 76]
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Aquila Chase, born about 1618, and his brother Thomas Chase were granted house-lots in Hampton, New Hampshire, in 1640. In 1644 he had an additional grant of four acres of upland, meadow and swamp and in 1645/6 he held one share in the town's common lands. In 1646 he moved to Newbury where at the "new town" (Newburyport) a house-lot, six acres of planting ground and six acres of marsh were laid out to him "on condition that he doe goe to sea and do service in the towne with a boate for four years." It is evident that he was a fisherman, and there is a tradition that he was the first person to pilot a vessel across the bar at the mouth of the Merrimac. Before he left Hampton Chase had married Ann Wheeler. In 1646 and again in 1646/7 they and Ann's brother David Wheeler were presented at Ipswich court for picking peas on Sunday. The constable reported that the warrant had been sent to Hampton but that the culprits "were gone to Newbury." A year later they were admonished and their fines remitted. Apparently he sold his dwelling in Hampton at the time of his removal, for in 1667, when he sold his remaining land there to his brother, it was excepted as having been disposed of twenty years before. He was a commoner of Newbury in 1653 and in 1654 signed the petition asking the General Court to remit the heavy fine imposed upon Lieut. Robert Pike. About 1659 he sold his first Newbury homestead to Robert Rogers and presumably built on his six acre planting lot, farther westward, where he lived until his death on December 27, 1670. In 1666 the age of "Accquilla Chas" is stated in a deposition to be about forty-eight years. The will of Aquila Chase of Newbury was made December 10, 1670, and proved March 28, 1671. To his wife Ann he left his house, barn and orchard during her widowhood, she to pay their daughters Ann and Priscilla 5 each within a year after their marriages. To his son Thomas, 10 in corn or cattle, provided he abide and serve with his mother until he reach the age of twenty-one. His wife Ann was to provide for the rest of the children "all she sees good according to her abillitye." At the end of her life or remarriage, the house, barn and lands were to go to his eldest son Aquila, he paying to each of his brothers John, Daniel and Moses, 10 in corn or neat cattle. His son-in-law Charles Annis was to have a boat-load of grass or sedge from the lower end of Penny island as long as he lived. Aquila was to pay his sister Sarah 3, his sister Mary 20s., and his sisters Elizabeth and Ruth Chase 4 each within two years after their mother's decease. Executrix: wife Ann. Overseers: Ensign Stephen Greenleafe, William Chandler, who, with James Ordway, were also witnesses. The inventory totalled 335, the homestead being valued at 100. The farm was well stocked and there was much produce in the barn. The widow Ann Chase married on June 14, 1672, Daniel Silloway and died April 21, 1687. Children, all but the eldest born in Newbury: Sarah, Ann, Priscilla, Mary, Aquila, Thomas, John, Elizabeth, Ruth, Daniel, Moses. Aquila Chase was born about 1618 as he was about fourty-eight in 1666. Both his first and last names are uncommon in England and it is highly probable that he came from Chesham, co. Buckingham, where Robert Chase had a son Aquila baptized in 1580, or from a neighboring paris. As Robert Chase had seven sons, it is probable that one of them was the father of Aqula and his brother Thomas Chase who emigrated to New England and were in Hampton, New Hampshire, by 1640. Aquila, a fishreman, moved to Newbury in 1646, shortly after his marriage to Anne Wheeler. He died December 27, 1670, and his widow married Daniel Silloway June 14, 1672. Chase's will, made December 10, 1670, was proved March 28, 1671. [ref 46:1-257;2-598]
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Aquilla, son of Aquilla Chase, settled in Newbury, Massachusetts (Newburyport) about 1646. he was formerly in Hampton (now part of the state of New Hampshire) where he and his brother Thomas received grants of land in June, 1640, along with fifty-five others. As the owner of a house lot he was listed with those entitled to a share in the common lands, December 3, 1645. This he sold to his brother after his removal to Newbury. According to the county records, aquilla Chase, his wife, and her brother, David Wheeler were presented and fined "for gathering pease on the Sabbath." They were admonished by the court, after which their fines were remitted. Aquilla Chase died December 27, 1670, aged fifty-two years. He married Ann Wheeler. Children: Sarah, Ann, Priscilla, Mary, Aquilla, Thomas, John, Elizabeth, Ruth, Daniel and Moses. Some authorities intimate that Aquilla and his brother Thomas were empolyed by their uncle, Thomas Chase, who was part owner of the ship "John & Francis," and thus became navigators and thus found their way to america. This theory is supported by the fact that Aquilla Chase was granted a home lot and six acres of marsh at Newbury, Massachusetts, "on condition that he do go to sea and do service in the Towne, with a boat for foure years." [ref 61:954]
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Aquila1 Chase was from Chesham, England, mariner from Cornwall; was at Hampton, Mass., in 1640, and Newbury 1646, where he was a man of note. His name is on many town records. Died Newbury 29 Aug*., 1670, aged 52. [ref 81:19]
*error
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Jun 1640: granted a 6-acre house lot in Hampton (long been known as the Perkins homestead; located south of Meeting House Green, near the marshes on the road to the ancient Tide Mill) "on the condition that he doe goe to sea and do service in the towne with a boat for four years"

1642 name appears on a petition to the Massachusetts General Court asking for removal of their militia captain because he had ordered them to train in snow and unseasonable weather and made them pay for gunpowder

1646 sold meadow property to brother Thomas, moved to Newbury "Granted to Aquilla Chase, Anno 1646, fower acres of land at the new towne for a house lott and six acres of upland for a planting lott, where it can be had, and six acres of marsh where it can be had, also on condition that he doe goe to sea and do service in the towne with a boate for four years"; abt 1659 sold homestead to Robert ROGERS of Newbury and prob resided on his remaining "six acres of upland for a planting lott."

25 Sep 1666: deposition presented at the Quarterly Court held in Ipswich mentions "Accquilla Chas, aged about forty-eight years"

buried in Oldtown Cemetery, Newbury MA
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WILL of AQUILA CHASE, 10 Dec 1670 - 28 Mar 1671:

Witness by these presents that I, Aquilla Chase of Newbury in the Countye of Essex in New England being but weake in body, yett of sound and perfect memory, for divers causes and considderrations me therunto moveing, doe make this my last will and testament, And doe dispose of my lands, goods, and chattells, as followeth: First I bequeath my soule into the hands of my blessed Saviour & redeemer Jesus Christ in an asured hope of a resurrection, and my body be buryed when it shall please the Lord to call me hence.

To my well beloved wife Ann I give and bequeath, my house barne and orchard and all my lands both Eareable pasture and marsh meadow ground, lyeing and being in y bounds of the Towne of Newbury aforesayd together with all my goods and chattel, both within dores and without.

All the sayde house and land before mentioned I give unto Ann my well beloved wife dureing the time of her widdowhood, paying unto my daughter Ann Chase five pounds, in corne or neate cattle, and five pounds more to pay, unto my daughter Prissilla Chae, to be payd within twelve months, after the day of their marriages.

Also I will that my wife give unto my sonn Thomas Chase at the age of one and twenty Tenn pounds in corne or neate cattle, provided the sayd Thomas doe abyde and serve with his mother to the sd age, And if his mother and hee the sd Thomas see cause, that hee should seve for a trade with any other man soe that hee have ye benifitt of a trade, then his mother my well beloved wife, is to pay unto the sayd Thomas but six pounds in the like pay before mentioned, for the rest of my children my will and testament is, that Ann my wife shall give unto them all shee sees good acording to her abillitye, And at the end of her naturall live, I give and bequeath all my house, housing and lands before mentioned unto Aquilla Chase my Eldest sonn, or if Ann my wife marry, my sonne is to possess all my houseing and lands, paying unto his mother three pounds per annum as long as she liveth or three score pounds which shee pleaseth. Furthermore my will is, that Aquilla my sonn shall pay to his brother John Chase the Summ of tenn pounds in corne or neate cattle And tenn pounds more the sd Aquilla, is to pay unto his Brother Daniell in ye like pay viz. corne, or neate cattle.

Furthermore my will is that my sonne-in-law Charles (Annis) shall have boate loade of grass or sedge of the lower end of Penny Island as long as he liveth and nobody to molest him till he hath a boateloade, Furthermore my will is that my sonn, Aquilla pay unto his Brother Moses Chase Tenn pounds in corne and cattle.

Also my will is that Aquilla pay unto my daughter Sarah three pounds within two years after her mothers decease and to pay unto my daughter Mary Twenty shillings gs.

And further my will is that Aquilla my sonne pay unto his sister Elizabeth Chase foure pounds in the like pay.

Also my will is, that Aquilla pay foure pounds in the like pay to his sister Tuth.

All of which summs are to be payd in two yeares after the decease of Ann my well beloved wife. And I doe apoynt Ann my well beloved wife, to be sole executrix of this my last will and testament, and furter and doe appoynt Ensigne Stephen Greenleafe and William Chandler to be the overseers of this my last will and testament. Further my will is that Aquilla my sonne shall pay to his Brother Thomas Chase before mentioned the sum of tenn pounds in the like pay with the rest of my children and if any of my younger children be not of age within two years after the decease of my wife, then they are to stay for their portiond till they be of age.

In witness whereof I have heerunto sett my hand and seals this 10th day of December in ye yeare of our Lord 1670.
Aquila (his mark) Chase

Witness: William Chandler Steven Greenlefe James (I.O.) Ordway

Proved in Ipswich court Mar. 28, 1671 by Wm. Chandler and Ens. Steven Greenlefe.

inventory of Aquila Chase estate:
House, barne & orchard with twenty foure acres of Land adjoyuningto it 100: 0: 0
20 acrses of marsh meadow ground or ther about 60: 0: 0
One horse and one mare 12
Two oven and two streers 18
Four cowes 16
Eleven swine 7
Twenty sheepe 13
Two heifers & three two yeare old beasts 12
One Steere & thre calves 6
One feather bed with boulster & pillows, Rugg, blankett and curtines 8
Two remnants of cotton cloth 1: 16: 0
A remnant of searg 0: 16: 3
Wearing apparrell 4: 10: 0
Two shirts 0: 16: 0
A peice of new cotton 0: 18: 0
A table clotgh, two pillo cases, 4 napkins 1: 4: 0
A piece of home made cloth 1: 4: 0
One new curtaine 0: 12: 0
Six paire of sheets 3: 0: 0
Linen yarne 1: 7: 6
20 lb. of wollen yarne 2: 10: 0
One bed & blankett & furniture to it 4: 10: 0
70 bushell of Indian corne 10: 10: 0
6 bushells of Barley 1: 4: 0
Wheate, Rye & pease 1: 16: 0
Old bacon 10s, a saw 10s, a pillion 10s 1: 10: 0
Two wheels 8s, a muskett & sword, and rest and pike 1: 11: 0
A saddle and bridle 0: 14: 0
Three iron potts, hookes and tramells 2: 12: 0
Spitt, fire pann, tonges, peele, fryeing pann, greediron & 2 skilletts 1: 2: 0
Carpenters tools 1: 14: 0
4 axes 14s, 6d, bettle & wedges 5s 6d 1: 0: 0
Pewter platters, bason, pott & spoones 1: 12: 6
A box Iron & heaters 4s, earthenware 2s 6d 6: 6: 0
Bookes 8s. two chests & a box 9s. bagg 5s 1: 2: 0
Meale 9s, Meate 12pounds, garden stuff 10s 12: 19: 0
Hogg lard 12s. butter 10s. Iron geare & grinding stone 1: 2: 6 - 4: 4: 6
The cart, dung pott and plow 2: 0: 0
Yoakes and chaines 0: 16: 0
Old lumber 1: 0: 0
A hay boate 15: 0: 0
Total 336: 14: 3
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1924 memorial tablet was erected in the entrance corridor of the New England Historic Genealogical Society's Buildings g, Boston, MA by a descendant, John Caroll Chase

An earlier Aquila and bro. Thomas were bap. in Chesham, co. Bucks 1580-85, probably father and uncle of this Aquila
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Notes for Anne* WHEELER
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Ann, wh. m. Aquila Chase [ref 20]
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ANNE,2 m. AQUILA1 CHASE. [ref 36:354]
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Anne Wheeler, daughter of John and Agnes (Yoemans) Wheeler, was baptized at St. Edmund's, Salisbury, Wiltshire, May 13, 1621, came to New England with her parents, married (1) about 1645 Aquila Chase of Hampton and (2) June 14, 1672, Daniel Silloway and died April 21, 1687. Anne, bapt. at St. Edmund's May 13, 1621; came to New England with her parents; m. (1) Aquila Chase; m. (2) June 14, 1672, Daniel Silloway. [ref 46:2-598;3-606]
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Ann, daughter of John Wheeler, who came from Salisbury, England, in September, 1646. She survived him and married (second) Daniel Musseloway, June 14, 1672. She died April 21, 1687. [ref 61:955]
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