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Irving Hall Chase

Irving Hall Chase, American manufacturer, banker. Member Connecticut Senate, 1907-1908, 09-10. Director Gaylord Farm Association.

Background

  • Chase, Irving Hall was born on May 13, 1858 in Waterbury, Connecticut, United States. Son of Augustus Sabin and Martha Clark (Starkweather) Chase.

  • Education

    • Preparatory education, high school, Waterbury, Gunnery School, Washington, Connecticut, Phillips Andover Academy, Bachelor of Arts, Yale, 1880.

    Career

    • Chairman board Waterbury National Bank. President Morris Plan Bank of Waterbury, Lake County Groves Corporation. Director United States Time Company, Waterbury Buckle Company, Waterbury Savings Bank.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Conglist

    Membership

    Member Connecticut Senate, 1907-1908, 09-10. Director Gaylord Farm Association. Clubs: Waterbury.

    Connections

    • Married Elizabeth Hosmer Kellogg, February 28, 1889. Children: Marjorie Starkweather, Eleanor Kellogg, Lucia Hosmer, Elizabeth Irving, Dorothy Mather.
    • father: Augustus Sabin Chase
    • mother: Martha Clark (Starkweather) Chase
    • spouse: Elizabeth Hosmer Kellogg
    • children: Marjorie Starkweather Chase
    • Eleanor Kellogg Chase
    • Lucia Hosmer Chase
    • Elizabeth Irving Chase
    • Dorothy Mather Chase
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    Died March 14, 1951
    (aged 93)
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