Chase, Frederick, 1883-1977
Chase, Frederick, 1883-1977
- Existence: 1883 - 1977
Frederick Chase was born on April 9, 1883, in Hanover, New Hampshire. He graduated from Dartmouth College in 1905, but stayed on to earn an A.M. in economics before entering Harvard Law School from which he graduated in 1909. He then joined the the Boston firm of Hutchins & Wheeler, becoming a partner in 1918. He continued to practice corporate, probate and tax law until his retirement in 1938. A resident of Milton, MA since 1910, he served on the Board of Public Welfare and was elected clerk of the Milton Savings Bank, of which he was also a trustee, and later, its president. He became a trustee of Pinkerton Academy in Derry, NH, in the thirties and from 1929, was president of the Dartmouth Secretaries' Association, as well as secretary and executive committee member of the Class of 1905. Frederick Chase died on March 16, 1977 at the age of 93.
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
Notice to Jedediah Baldwin from School Committee
Call for a meeting addressed to Jedidiah Baldwin (1768-1849) for the purpose of raising funds for a school house, signed by John Wheelock (1754-1817) and Lemuel Dow Jr., selectmen.
Notice to proprietors of Hanover
Notice to proprietors of Hanover to meet at Benjamin Hatch' Inn to take up town business an settle line between Canaan and Hanover. Votes to assess each proprietor $ 4 to be used in action against Canaan.
Notice to the Selectmen of Hanover from Bezaleel Woodward
As County is taxed 300 pounds, Woodward addressees (selectmen) are order to collect 22 pounds and 8 shillings from Hanover, signed by Bezaleel Woodward (1745-1804), county treasurer.
Notification of a meeting
Order from Selectmen to Nathaniel Benton
Order from the selectmen of Hanover to Nathaniel Benton to collect 54 pounds to buy wheat flour to store in Hanover, includes list of towns people and amounts they are to be taxes, signed by Jonathan Freeman and others.
Orders to the Selectmen and Officers of the Town of Hanover
Orders from the State of New Hampshire to collect 54 pounds 11 shilling, 6 pence from free-holders in Hanover as Hanover's part pf 500 pound assessment, signed by Sam Emerson (1736-1819), Grafton County Treasurer.
Receipt N.H. State of Ebenezer Green
Receipt for Hanover for 12 pounds, 190 five pence and certificate from selectmen of 22 soldiers in Continental Army whose poll tax to the State amounted to 335 for year 1775, signed by Nicholas Gilman (1755-1814), treasurer and received from Ebenezer Green.
Vote on highway passageways
Votes on highways regarding allowance to proprietors thru whose land the highway must be made, with special reference to the land of Capt. E. Freeman. Creator unknown.