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Chase Cliffe         
BUILDING IN CRICH, AMBER VALLEY, DERBYSHIRE, UK
Chase Cliffe is a building situated between the villages of Whatstandwell and Crich in Derbyshire. The house was built in 1859 by the three sisters of then deceased Francis Hurt.
Fred E. Cliffe         
Frederick Cliffe Howchin (11 April 1885 – 22 September 1957), known professionally as Fred E. Cliffe, was an English songwriter, best known for his work co-writing songs with Harry Gifford for entertainer George Formby.
Thornton Chase         
  • Baháʼí Temple near Chicago]] for the Feast of [[Ridván]], noting especially Thornton Chase with the ✚ above him.
  • Chase's grave in [[Inglewood Park Cemetery]], [[Los Angeles]] as it appeared in 1920.
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AMERICAN POET
Chase, Thornton; James B. Chase
Thornton Chase (February 22, 1847 – September 30, 1912) was a distinguished officer of the United States Colored Troops during the American Civil War, and the first western convert to the Baháʼí Faith.