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gefahey (#48409122)
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I have just begun the family history journey, and find it incredibly interesting, not to mention addicting! In searching for some family here, on find-a-grave, I was unable to locate any mention of them in a very large cemetary. I would like to add them and to assist others who are making the same searches to learn of their ancestry. I do work full time, and don't live very near the cemetery, so I won't be able to contribute a great deal of time just now, but I fully plan to join this effort once I retire.

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Chase family sources
You can start with this one: A genealogical Memoir of the Chase Family of Chesham, Bucks, in England written by George G. Chase, Published by HW Dutton & Son Private printing 1869. Sources are so wide as to include Wikipedia's reference to Elizabeth Bourchier's marriage to Thomas Chase of Chesham. That is listed under the Wikipedia entry for John Bourchier 2nd Earl of Bath.
Added by Deb on Sep 08, 2015 4:53 PM

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