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Sophia May Ingraham Chase

Chase fit in well in his new home, taking over St. Johnís Church as well as Worthington Academy. Less than one year after his arrival, in 1818, Chase was elected bishop of the newly-formed Diocese of Ohio. That same year, however, Mary Chase succumbed to her illness. As was typical at the time, Chase soon remarried.  In 1819, he married Sophia Igraham, also a New England native.

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