The following data is extracted from History of the Town of Cornish, Sullivan County, New Hampshire.
5. SOLOMON5 CHASE (Samuel4, Daniel3, Moses2, Aquilla1) b. Sept. 1, 1742; In. (by his father) June 15, 1767, Sarah March, b. May 18, 1744, and d. Oct. 6, 1840, aged 96. He was a physician of considerable note and one of the first in town. Settled at first in Walpole as a physician but came to Cornish with his family before the Revolution. Was in the service of the Revolution chiefly as a surgeon in the army. Was under orders to thus serve three of the N. H. Regts. during the fall of 1777. After the war was over he still continued in practice till near the close of his life. He d. Nov. 1, 1828. The first two children were b. in Walpole and the rest in Cornish:
i. SOLOMON HUSE, b. March 7, 1768; m. Jan. 22, 1792, Polly Hall.
ii. SAMUEL MARCH, b. Nov. 13, 1772; m. in Feb., 1803, Ruth Curtis Child, dau. of Stephen and Mercy (Chase) Child, b. Dec. 25, 1780, and. d. March 11, 1856. Ten children. Lived in Langdon. He d. Feb., 1820.
iii. DANIEL PIERCE, b. Oct. 9, 1775.
iv. JACOB, b. Sept. 12, 1777; d. Sept. 8, 1750.
v. MARY, b. June 5, 1782; d. April 24, 1809.
vi. vi. BELA, b. March 30, 1784.
vii. SARAH, b. April 25, 1787. Became a nun," took the veil" and entered the convent at Montreal, Canada, and spent her life there. The date of her death is not known.
viii. JOHN, b. April 20, 1789. Lived in Canada, near Niagara Falls.
Source: History of the Town of Cornish, Sullivan County, New Hampshire