Emma C. Chase

F, (circa 1850 - 9 April 1922)
     Emma C. Chase was born circa 1850 at MA, USA. She married William Walker Hendrick at Ayer, Middlesex County, MA, USA, on 6 September 1885.1 Emma C. Chase died on 9 April 1922 at Merritt Island, Brevard County, FL, USA.
Last Edited=8 Oct 2015

Family: Emma C. Chase and William Walker Hendrick

Citations

  1. [S610] Talma Clark Hendrick, Genealogical Diary of Talma Clark Hendrick.

George Henry Chase

M, (1888 - 1961)
     George Henry Chase was born in 1888 at MI, USA.1 He married Philinda B. Hendrick, daughter of Egbert Seymour Hendrick Sr. and Bessie Elnora Downing, on 15 December 1909 at Saginaw, Saginaw County, MI, USA.1 George Henry Chase died in 1961 at Shiawassee County, MI, USA. He was buried at Laingsburg Cemetery, at Lainsburg, Shiawassee County, MI, USA.

     Son of Thomas and Mary Chase.
Last Edited=21 May 2017

Family: George Henry Chase and Philinda B. Hendrick

Citations

  1. [S409] Michigan Marriage Records 1867 to 1952.

Harley B. Chase

M, (7 March 1866 - 20 May 1876)
     Harley B. Chase was born on 7 March 1866 at Meadville, Crawford County, PA, USA. He was the son of Benjamin Freeman Chase and Helen A. Hotchkin. Harley B. Chase died on 20 May 1876 at Meadville, Crawford County, PA, at age 10. Cemetery records give birth and death dates as well as internmet date..1 He was buried at Greendale Cemetery, at Meadville, Crawford County, PA, USA.
Last Edited=17 Dec 2011

Citations

  1. [S727] Cemetery Internments, All dates that come from the cemetery are internment dates and will make the calculated birth date in error.

Jessie A. Chase

F, (5 April 1880 - 19 December 1956)
     Jessie A. Chase was born on 5 April 1880 at Meadville, Crawford County, PA, USA. She was the daughter of Benjamin Freeman Chase and Helen A. Hotchkin. Jessie A. Chase died on 19 December 1956 at age 76.
Last Edited=31 Dec 2015

Juliette E. Chase

F, (1840 - )
     Juliette E. Chase was born in 1840 at NY, USA. Age 10 at the 1850 census. She was the daughter of Samuel Buffington Chase and Lydia D. Spencer.
Last Edited=26 Jan 2007

Louisa Chase

F, (1846 - )
     Louisa Chase was born in 1846. She married Hiram Beach, son of Gabriel Beach, on 6 November 1908 at Delaware County, NY, USA.

     Daughter of George Chase and Rebecca Grant. Louisa had a first marriage to Mr. Clark.
Last Edited=4 Aug 2017

Family: Louisa Chase and Hiram Beach

Mary Catherine Chase

F, (8 June 1825 - 22 June 1828)
     Mary Catherine Chase was born on 8 June 1825 at Maryland, Otsego County, NY, USA. Age 18 at the 1850 census and 27 at the 1860 census. She was the daughter of Samuel Buffington Chase and Lydia D. Spencer. Mary Catherine Chase died on 22 June 1828 at age 3.
Last Edited=30 Sep 2016

Minnie L. Chase

F, (23 June 1868 - 6 March 1961)
     Minnie L. Chase was born on 23 June 1868 at PA, USA. She was the daughter of Benjamin Freeman Chase and Helen A. Hotchkin. Minnie L. Chase married Homer O. Walker on 16 March 1904. Minnie L. Chase died on 6 March 1961 at Erie, Erie County, PA, USA, at age 92. She was buried at Erie Cemetery, at Erie, Erie County, PA, USA.
Last Edited=14 Dec 2014

Family: Minnie L. Chase and Homer O. Walker

Reuben Carlos Chase

M, (1 February 1835 - 10 January 1916)
     Reuben Carlos Chase was born on 1 February 1835 at Maryland, Otsego County, NY, USA. He was the son of Samuel Buffington Chase and Lydia D. Spencer. Reuben Carlos Chase died on 10 January 1916 at Saint Paul, Ramsey County, MN, USA, at age 80. Married Julia Anna Houghton on 30 September 1862 in Vernon, Clinton County, Iowa.

Had a very interesting life, after attaining his basic education in the common school of the time. Furthered his education and eventually taught in the Cooperstown Seminary in Cooperstown, New York. For a time he also taught and was the principal in the Unadilla school.

Enlisted initially into the 3rd New York Volunteer Cavalry and was in Co. D. Enlisted in Schenevus He was discharged due to health issues on 7 April 1862 in Washington D.C. Returned to New York, married and regained his strength. He re-enlisted into the 1st New York Engineers in Norwich, New York on 29 August 1864 and was placed in Co. E. Initially was a private but attained the rank of corporal. Mustered out with unit on 30 June 1865 in Richmond, Virginia.

He re-located his family to Kansas where he was not only a teacher once more, but in 1870 was elected County Superintendent of the public school system and served for three terms. Served as township clerk, was a trustee of the Morrill Public Library.Member of the G.A. R. Post #108 (Knowlton) member of the Hiawatha Lodge #83, I.O.O.F., Star of Hop0e Lodge # 1338.

He applied for his military pension on 20 September 1875.

He established a 25 acre fruit orchard and raised nursery stock from it of various fruits. Also built green houses and had a good business established from them.
from findagreve.com. He was buried at Mount Hope Cemetery, at Hiawatha, Brown County, KS, USA.
Last Edited=30 Sep 2016

Samuel Buffington Chase

M, (17 March 1789 - 20 February 1870)
     Samuel Buffington Chase was born on 17 March 1789 at Worcester, Otsego County, NY, USA. Age 61 at the 1850 census and 71 at the 1870 census. He married Lydia D. Spencer, daughter of Phineas Spencer and Anna Elizabeth Holland, on 15 May 1823 at Worcester, Otsego County, NY. Samuel Buffington Chase appeared on the census of 1850 at Maryland, Otsego County, NY, USA. The census lists the family as: Samuel Chase, 61, born VT, cooper; Lydia, 54, born NY; Mary C., 18, born NY; Reuben C., 15, born NY; Alphonse D., age 13, born NY; Juliette, age 10, born NY.. He died on 20 February 1870 at Maryland, Otsego County, NY, at age 80. He was buried at Schenevus Cemetery, at Schenevus, Otsego County, NY, USA.
Last Edited=30 Sep 2016

Children of Samuel Buffington Chase and Lydia D. Spencer

Camie Kay Chatfield

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     She married Aaron William Hotchkin at Portland, Multnomah County, OR, USA, on 22 July 1989.1 Camie Kay Chatfield and an unknown person were divorced on 2 June 1998 at Multnomah County, OR, USA.2
Last Edited=16 Jun 2012

Child of Camie Kay Chatfield and Aaron William Hotchkin

Citations

  1. [S333] William W. Hotchkin, Compiler Edgar E. Hotchkin.
  2. [S396] Oregon Divorce Records.

May Chavis

F, (1878 - )
     May Chavis was born in 1878 at Mexico. She married John J. Witherell, son of Joel C. Witherell and Martha M. Green, on 23 December 1922 at Muskegon, Muskegon County, MI, USA. May Chavis and an unknown person were divorced on 10 January 1925 at Kent County, MI, USA.1
Last Edited=22 May 2017

Family: May Chavis and John J. Witherell

Citations

  1. [S1259] Michigan Divorce Records 1897 to 1952.

Alexa Adella Chea

F
     Alexa Adella Chea is the daughter of Earnest Chea and Joan Adele Asthalter.
Last Edited=10 Aug 2015

Earnest Chea

M
     He married Joan Adele Asthalter at NY, USA, on 22 August 1970.
Last Edited=10 Aug 2015

Earnest Christian Chea

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     Earnest Christian Chea is the son of Earnest Chea and Joan Adele Asthalter.
Last Edited=10 Aug 2015

Charles Wall Cheek

M, (20 March 1921 - 27 February 2011)
     Charles Wall Cheek was born on 20 March 1921 at Lexington, Davis County, NC, USA.1 He was the son of John Merritt Cheek and Maude Novelle Wall. Charles Wall Cheek died on 27 February 2011 at Guilford, Guilford County, NC, USA, at age 89. Durham Herald-Sun, Mar 1, 2011

Mr. Charles Wall Cheek, 89, of Greensboro, died peacefully at the Friends Homes at Guilford on February 27, 2011.

Mr. Cheek was born March 20, 1921 in Lexington to the late John Alexander Merritt Cheek and Maude Novelle Wall Cheek. He grew up on Watts Street in Durham, a member of Durham High School's class of 1939. While at Wake Forest College he was a brother and officer of the Tau Chapter of the Kappa Alpha Order, graduating with a B.S. in Mathematics in 1941. His service in World War Two on the destroyer USS Black from 1943 to 1945 earned him the Navy Commendation Medal with Combat Valor Device. Recalled to active duty for the Korean War, then-Lieutenant Cheek served on the destroyer USS Rowan in combat service off the Korean coast, and later on the destroyer-escort USS Darby. He remained in the United States Naval Reserve until his retirement in 1981 with the grade of Captain. He was awarded the Bronze Star three times and wounded twice in combat.

After World War Two, he returned home to Durham to start a family with his new bride, Betty Green Johnson Cheek, formerly of Buies Creek. Starting as a supervisor with Cheek-Holton Manufacturing Company, he later became a Trust Officer at Wachovia Bank and Trust Company in Durham. In 1961 he moved his family to Charleston, South Carolina to take the position of Vice President and General Trust Officer of First National Bank of South Carolina. The opportunities offered by the Richardson family led Mr. Cheek to Greensboro in 1963, where he began a new career with a growing body of responsibilities: the Managing Trustee of the H. Smith Richardson Family Trusts, President of Piedmont Financial Company, President of Richardson Corporation, President and Chairman of the Board of Lexington Management Company, and a longtime member of the Board of Directors of Richardson-Merrell (later Richardson-Vicks), the Reinsurance Corporation of New York, and Pacific Fidelity Life Insurance Company.

His efforts in public service were headed by his devotion to his alma mater, Wake Forest University. As a longtime member of the Board of Trustees of Wake Forest, he served many years as Chairman of the Finance Committee, and was awarded the title of Life Trustee. He served for many years as a Trustee for the Smith Richardson Foundation, the H. Smith Richardson Charitable Trust, the Lynn R. and Karl E. Prickett Fund, and The Center for Creative Leadership. Years of service for the Boy Scouts of America in Durham, Charleston, and Greensboro culminated in his service as President of the General Greene Council and the presentation of the Silver Beaver Award by the Scouts in 1977. He served as President of the Rotary Clubs in Durham and Greensboro and as Vice President of the Greensboro Chamber of Commerce.

His financial abilities and leadership skills were called upon by other non-profit organizations. He served as a member of the Board of Trustees and Finance Committee Chair of the North Carolina Outward Bound School, the Paul Green Foundation, the Weatherspoon Art Museum, and Greensboro Day School. He also served as a Board Member of the Durham Civic Ballet, the Charleston Civic Ballet and the Greensboro Symphony Orchestra, and as President of the Greensboro Civic Ballet.

He taught the Cheek Bible Class (Sunday School) at Watts Street Baptist Church in Durham, served as a Deacon of First Baptist Church in Greensboro, and as Chairman of the Finance Committee of the Annuity Board of the Southern Baptist Convention.

With his wife Betty he endowed Scholarships at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Campbell University and Wake Forest University, as well as the Cheek Fund for Craniofacial Disorders at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center.

He is survived by his daughters, Mary Charles Cheek Cartner and husband, John A. C. of Alexandria, VA and Beaufort, Catherine Wall Cheek Applewhite and husband, Grant of Charlotte and Roaring Gap; and his son, Alexander McAllister Cheek and wife, Angela of Winston-Salem; three grandchildren: Charles Torrence Armstrong II, and wife, Amanda of Charlottesville, VA, Catherine McLean Armstrong Getchell and husband, Samuel of Philadelphia, PA, and Mary Avery Sawyer of Charlotte; and one great grandchild, Kaitlyn Eleanor Armstrong of Charlottesville, VA. He is also survived by his brother, Dr. John Merritt Cheek of Durham.

Mr. Cheek was preceded in death by his wife of 61 years, Betty Green Johnson Cheek; and his sisters, Novelle Cheek Steele and Mary Cheek Schuchardt.
. He was buried at Maplewood Cemetery, at Durham, Durham County, NC, USA.
Last Edited=18 Feb 2017

Citations

  1. [S659] North Carolina Births 1800 to 2000.

Cornelia (Coral) Mae Owens Cheek

F, (1886 - 2 February 1964)
     Cornelia (Coral) Mae Owens Cheek was born in 1886 at AR, USA. Age 34 at the 1920 census. She married William Robert Walner at Carter County, OK, USA, on 31 December 1902. Married 7 years at the 1910 census. Called Cornelia M Chick in OK Marriage Records.. Cornelia (Coral) Mae Owens Cheek died on 2 February 1964 at Los Angeles County, CA, USA.1
Last Edited=31 Mar 2017

Children of Cornelia (Coral) Mae Owens Cheek and William Robert Walner

Citations

  1. [S139] California Death Index 1940- 1997, Cornelia M. Walner, mothers name Wynn, SS #550-44-8685.

John Merritt Cheek

M, (15 November 1918 - 30 March 2011)
     John Merritt Cheek was born on 15 November 1918 at Durham, Durham County, NC, USA. He was the son of John Merritt Cheek and Maude Novelle Wall. He married Margaret Lincoln Harris at NC, USA, on 26 October 1946.1 John Merritt Cheek died on 30 March 2011 at Durham, Durham County, NC, at age 92. He was buried at Maplewood Cemetery, at Durham, Durham County, NC, USA.
Last Edited=18 Feb 2017

Family: John Merritt Cheek and Margaret Lincoln Harris

Citations

  1. [S111] Stanley Edwards Jr. Harris, Compiler Edgar E Hotchkin.

John Merritt Cheek

M, (9 July 1885 - 17 July 1975)
     John Merritt Cheek was born on 9 July 1885 at Durham, Durham County, NC, USA. He married Maude Novelle Wall in 1912 at NC, USA. John Merritt Cheek died on 17 July 1975 at Durham, Durham County, NC, at age 90. Durham Herald-Sun, Apr 2, 2011

Dr. John Merritt Cheek, Jr., 92, died Wednesday, March 30, 2011 at the Pavilion of Croasdaile Village.

On November 15, 1918, he was born in Watts Hospital to John M. Cheek and Maude Wall Cheek. He attended Durham public schools and graduated from Wake Forest University in 1941. He was the first student to enroll in the Bowman Gray School of Medicine where he graduated in 1945.

He moved to Philadelphia, PA in 1945 to begin his internship at Episcopal Hospital and there he met his wife, Margaret Lincoln Harris. He served in the U.S. Navy from 1946 to 1951 in both Philadelphia, PA and Asheville, NC. While in Asheville, he served as Assistant Chief of Surgery at the Veteran's Hospital. In 1951, he returned to Philadelphia to complete his residency while serving as Chief Resident in Surgery at Graduate Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, as well as Assistant Professor of Surgery.

In 1952, he and Margaret returned to Durham where he practiced general surgery until his retirement, first at Watts and Lincoln Hospitals and then at Durham Regional Hospital. He was Chief of Staff for terms at both Watts and Durham Regional. From 1957 until 1984, he was an Assistant Professor of Surgery for Duke Medical School. He was a Director of the American Cancer Society and an active member of the Durham-Orange County Medical Society, NC State Medical Society, American Medical Association, and a fellow in the American College of Surgeons. He was published in various medical Journals.

From 1970 to 1979 he served on the Board of Trustees of Wake Forest University and was honored as an Emeritus Trustee.

He was a Director of the Durham Chamber of Commerce, and for 50 years was a member of the Durham Civitan Club.

A lifelong member of Watts Baptist Church, he served on the Board of Deacons, was a Sunday school teacher, and served on many committees. His love for the church of which his parents were charter members was profound.

In 1982, the Durham Jaycees and the Merchants Association selected him as Father of the Year. In his eyes, this was his life's greatest and most humbling honor. In his family's eyes, this was a well-deserved acknowledgement of his dedication and determination to put their welfare first, despite the arduous profession he had chosen.

He was preceded in death by his beloved wife of fifty-six years, Margaret H. Cheek, his parents, John M. Cheek and Maude Wall Cheek, a brother, Charles W. Cheek and two sisters, Novelle C. Steele and Mary C. Schuchardt.

Surviving are his children: Ginger C. Hatch and husband, James, of Cary, NC; Lewis A. Cheek and Debby L. Reynolds of Greensboro, NC; Bess C. Kull and husband, Fred, of Durham, NC; Tricia C. Pickett and husband, Tim, of Statesville, NC; and Nancy C. Akers and husband, Roger, of Bahama, NC. He also leaves eleven grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.

. He was buried at Maplewood Cemetery, at Durham, Durham County, NC, USA.
Last Edited=18 Feb 2017

Children of John Merritt Cheek and Maude Novelle Wall

Mary Elizabeth Cheek

F, (29 January 1914 - 13 January 1981)
     Mary Elizabeth Cheek was born on 29 January 1914 at Durham, Durham County, NC, USA. She was the daughter of John Merritt Cheek and Maude Novelle Wall. Mary Elizabeth Cheek died on 13 January 1981 at Durham, Durham County, NC, at age 66. She was buried at Maplewood Cemetery, at Durham, Durham County, NC, USA.
Last Edited=14 Dec 2014

Naude Novelle Cheek

F, (27 February 1915 - 28 December 2008)
     Naude Novelle Cheek was born on 27 February 1915 at Durham, Durham County, NC, USA. She was the daughter of John Merritt Cheek and Maude Novelle Wall. Naude Novelle Cheek died on 28 December 2008 at Houston, Harris County, TX, USA, at age 93. She was buried at Saint Lukes Methodist Memorial Gardens, at Houston, Harris County, TX, USA.

     Daughter of John Merritt Cheek and Maude Novella Wall.
Last Edited=31 Mar 2017

Linda Chelmow

F
     She married Donald James Welsh circa 1987.
Last Edited=25 Jan 2007

James Dustin Cheney

M, (19 February 1842 - 6 January 1921)
     James Dustin Cheney was born on 19 February 1842 at Fenton, Genesee County, MI, USA. Age 28 at the 1870 census of Romulus, MI. He married Mary Orinda Cory, daughter of Ira Hatch Cory and Elizabeth Hotchkin, on 23 December 1863 at MI, USA. James Dustin Cheney appeared on the census of 1870 at Romulus, Wayne County, MI, USA. The census lists the family as: Dustin Cheney, 26, faromer, born NY; Mary, 26, born MI.. He died on 6 January 1921 at Fenton, Genesee County, MI, at age 78. He was buried at Oakwood Cemetery, at Fenton, Genesee County, MI, USA.
Last Edited=15 Dec 2014

Family: James Dustin Cheney and Mary Orinda Cory

Peter Delaney Cheney

M, (1824 - 20 February 1899)
     Peter Delaney Cheney was born in 1824 at NY, USA. He married Betsey Cordelia Cory, daughter of Alanson Hazard Cory and Betsy Parker, on 1 December 1846 at Wayne County, MI, USA. Peter Delaney Cheney died on 20 February 1899 at Romulus, Wayne County, MI, USA. He was buried at William Ganong Cemetery, at Westland, Wayne County, MI, USA.
Last Edited=9 Jan 2013

Family: Peter Delaney Cheney and Betsey Cordelia Cory

Agnes Annis Chickering

F, (1611 - 1 September 1693)
     Agnes Annis Chickering was born in 1611 at Bramfield, Suffolk County, England. She married John Morse in 1636 at Redgrave, Suffolk County, England. Agnes Annis Chickering died on 1 September 1693 at Boston, Suffolk County, MA, USA.
Last Edited=8 Jul 2017

Children of Agnes Annis Chickering and John Morse

Brandy Chilcote

F
     Brandy Chilcote is the daughter of Kevin Jay Chilcote and Catherine Munly.
Last Edited=29 Jan 2007

Kevin Jay Chilcote1

M
     Kevin Jay Chilcote is the son of William J. Chilcote and Jannette Lucille Hotchkin. He married Catherine Munly circa 1975. He married Janet L. Mellon.
Last Edited=29 Jan 2007

Child of Kevin Jay Chilcote and Catherine Munly

Family: Kevin Jay Chilcote and Janet L. Mellon

Citations

  1. [S521] Jannette Hotchkin Chilcote, Compiler Edgar E Hotchkin.

Kristin Charlotte Chilcote

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     Kristin Charlotte Chilcote is the daughter of William J. Chilcote and Jannette Lucille Hotchkin. She married Max Clark. She married Timothy M. Gunderson circa 1996.
Last Edited=29 Jan 2007

Family: Kristin Charlotte Chilcote and Max Clark

Child of Kristin Charlotte Chilcote and Timothy M. Gunderson

Leslie Mae Chilcote

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     Leslie Mae Chilcote is the daughter of William J. Chilcote and Jannette Lucille Hotchkin. She married John M. Gillispie on 25 October 1975. Leslie Mae Chilcote and John M. Gillispie were divorced.
Last Edited=26 May 2008

Family: Leslie Mae Chilcote and John M. Gillispie

Tracy Jo Chilcote

F
     Tracy Jo Chilcote is the daughter of William J. Chilcote and Jannette Lucille Hotchkin. Tracy Jo Chilcote married James Armstrong on 19 April 1980. Tracy Jo Chilcote and James Armstrong were divorced.
Last Edited=26 May 2008

Family: Tracy Jo Chilcote and James Armstrong