May 20, 1987 Greenwich Fairfield County Connecticut, USA
"Hamilton M. Chase, an investment counselor for almost half a century, died yesterday at the Greenwich (Conn.) Hospital. He was 83 years old and lived in Greenwich."
He joined the New York office of the Boston-based investment counseling firm of Scudder Stevens & Clark in 1929 and became a general partner, head of the consulting department and director of research before retiring in 1976.
He is survived by his wife, Hylah Coley Chase; a daughter, Clemency Coggins of Auburndale, Mass; a sister, Elizabeth Wilson of Houston; a brother, Charles, of Tucson, Ariz.; three stepdaughters, Pamela Forcey of Manhattan, Heather Taylor of Middleburg, Va., and Binney Wells of Hopkinton, N.H.; two grandchildren and eight stepgrandchildren."
Obituary from The New York Times May, 21, 1987
Mr. Chase's daughter, Clemency Chase Coggins, is from his first marriage of 38 years to novelist Anya Seton