In September, 1852, Chase fell victim to yet another carriage accident. This time, a spooked horse pulled the seventy-seven year old bishop from the carriage. His wounds were severe. After lingering for about a week, on September 20, Bishop Chase died. He was buried at Jubilee
Without his drive and motivation, Jubilee had no chance of survival. It closed its doors in 1862.
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