Chasefield Plantation Cemetery
Lat: 30°19'29"N, Lon: 87°17'07"W
Pensacola Beach, Escambia County, Florida
Contributed by Wendy Bishop, Dec 16, 2001 [email@example.com].
Total records = 11.
This small cemetery was originally located on land that is
now part of Pensacola Naval Air Station. They were moved to an area
just outside Ft. Pickens in 1957. Ft. Pickens is located on Pensacola
I have transcribed from records stored at Ft. Pickens with the librarian.
Date compiled, unknown. Records also exist with the Penscola Historical
Plaque outside the surrounding fence reads "These gravestones
are from Chasefield Plantation Cemetery, originally located on land
that is now part of Pensacola Naval Air Station. They were moved to
this location in 1957."
Chasefield Plantation was the home of Major William H. Chase, who
supervised the construction of Ft. Pickens in the early 1800's.
- Wendy Bishop
Chase, Geo. Edmund, b. May 20, 1807, d. Mar 28, 1844
Chase, Sarah, b. 21 Feb 1775 Lancaster County of Worcester, Mass,
The daughter of William Greenleaf and Sarah Quincy, d. 27 Jan 1856 Chasefield,
Escambia County, Florida, Relict of Thomas Chase
Golay, Clarissa Francis, d. Aug 28, 1842, age 1yr 5 days
Golay, Vincent, son of Elisha Susana Golay, age 20 years, In
McCowell, James, b. Jul 20, 1814, d. Dec 13, 1851, of Mifflin
Nicholson, Margaret L., d. Jan 18, 1863, age 2
Shields, Betsey, no dates given
Strong, Jasper Jr., b. Mar 17, 1841, d. Jul 20, 1814
Underhill, George R., no dates, age 28 years
Williams, David, d. 1862, age 85
Williams, Sabra Lanear, b. Sep 25, 1774, d. May 25, 1846, consort
of David Williams, native of Burke Co. Georgia
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