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Frederick Charles Pease

Journal by caldts

Frederick Charles Pease is the son of Frederick M Pease and Minnie Chase Downes Pease. I don't know much about this mans life except he had seven step brothers and sisters. Frederick C married Rose J, perhaps the J is the beginning of Rose's last name I do not know. Frederick and Rose had one son Albert. They might have had other children I do not know. I know that Frederick C was born in Connecticut and died in Florida. I found him in the 1920 census with his parents and in the 1930 census with Rose and Albert. Many blanks are in this family and it would be a good thing to fill in some if possible. I would like to find an obit of Frederick Charles Pease. It might help to fill in some of the blanks I have.
Name: Frederick Pease
SSN: 041-07-9840
Last Residence: 33552 New Port Richey, Pasco, Florida, United States of America
Born: 10 Jan 1903
Died:12 Mar 1975
This family history is far from over.
Found this additional info on a message board:
Leroy M. Downes appears in the 1910 CT census with his mother, Minnie E. Chase and stepfather, Frederick M. Pease, along with three sisters (Francis, Anna, and one other) and one stepbrother (Frederick C Pease, my GGrandfather). I know where Minnie Chase came from, but I don't know anything about her first husband.

Check 1910, CT, Hartford, Hartford Township, Hartford City, ED 196, ward 8 (part of). Sheet 4A, Page 189.

Surnames: Chase Downes Pease
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on 2008-06-16 09:44:31

caldts , from Wyoming,USA, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Mar 2008. is researching the following names: DOWNES, LUETJEN, STRAMAT and 5 other(s).

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by lachaim on 2010-09-07 12:03:18

When I was researching my CHASE family in Parsonfield, York County, Maine I saw many families there by the name of PEASE. I am not sure which PEASE the Pease AFB in Portsmouth NH is named after but it shows how common the family was in the area.

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