Lives of the fellows

Stephen Chase

b.? d.1742
AB Oxon(1697) AM(1699) MB(1703) MD(1713) FRCP(1718/19) FRS

Stephen Chase, M.D., was born in Buckinghamshire. Admitted at Magdalen hall, Oxford, he proceeded A.B. 4th May, 1697; A.M. 8th February, 1699; M.B. 27th April, 1703. On the 3rd December, 1713, he took the degree of doctor of medicine as a member of Merton college; was admitted a Candidate of the College of Physicians 24th April, 1718; and a Fellow 23rd March, 1718-9. He was Censor in 1722, and on the 10th December, 1724, was admitted a fellow of the Royal Society. Dr. Chase was twice married; first to Philippa Duncombe, who died 23rd July, 1721, in the forty-third year of her age: secondly, to Elizabeth, the daughter of Edmund Pye, of Farringdon, esq., who died 16th January, 1739, aged forty-seven years. Both are buried in the church of Great Brickhill, in his native county, to which place he retired, and where he himself was buried 13th January, 1742.

William Munk

(Volume II, page 64)

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