Chace can refer to:



  • Arnold Buffum Chace, Chancellor of Brown University, Mathematician
  • Burton W. Chace, Former Mayor of Long Beach, California
  • Clyde Burgess Chace, Builder of the Schindler House
  • Elizabeth Buffum Chace, Quaker Garrisonian Abolitionist, Station Operator Underground Railroad, Women's Rights Advocate
  • Howard Lambert Chace, Author of Anguish Languish
  • Jonathan Chace, Rhode Island Senator
  • James Chace, Author, Historian, Foreign Policy Thinker
  • Lynwood M. Chace, Pioneer Nature Photographer
  • Malcolm Greene Chace, US Collegiate Tennis Champion
  • Marion Chace, Founder of Dance Therapy
  • Oliver Chace, Mill Owner in Fall River, Massachusetts
  • William Chase, All of the Chace names above are descendants of the first Chase, William who came to America from England in 1630 aboard Gov Wintrope Vessels.



  • Chace Community school in enfield


  • French version of the caccia, a musical genre
  • Chacé, municipality in the Maine-et-Loire department, France

See also

  • Chase (disambiguation)

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  • Chace — Chacé Chacé Administration Pays France Région Pays de la Loire Département Maine et Loire Arrondissement Saumur Canton Saumur Sud …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Chacé — Chacé …   Wikipedia

  • Chace — ist der Name folgender Personen: Jonathan Chace (1829–1917), US amerikanischer Politiker Malcolm Chace (1875–1955), US amerikanischer Tennisspieler Marian Chace (1896–1970), US amerikanische Tanztherapeutin Diese Seite ist e …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Chacé — País …   Wikipedia Español

  • Chace — Chace, n. See 3d {Chase}, n., 3. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Chace — Chace, v. t. To pursue. See {Chase} v. t. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • chace — I. Chace, f. pec. Signifie ores, et proprement, la poursuite à pied ou à cheval, à cor, trompe, ou à hopperie et à cri que les veneurs font avec mente de chiens courans, ou levriers, ou autre espece de chiens apres une beste champestre pour la… …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • Chacé — 47° 12′ 56″ N 0° 04′ 06″ W / 47.2155555556, 0.0683333333333 …   Wikipédia en Français

  • chace — I. variant of chase II. ˈshȧs noun (plural chaces ȧs(ə̇z)) Etymology: Middle French chace, chasse, literally, chase more at chase : a 14th century French part song in the form of a canon at the unison * * * chace …   Useful english dictionary

  • Chace — This interesting surname of English origin is either a metonymic occupational name for a huntsman or a nickname for an exceptionally skilled huntsman, deriving from the Middle English chase meaning hunt , Old French chaceur, chaceour hunter . The …   Surnames reference

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