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Arnold Buffum Chace (November 10, 1845 – February 28, 1932) was an American textile businessman, mathematics scholar, and eleventh chancellor of Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island . Family Arnold was born November 10, 1845, in Cumberland, Rhode Island. 
Arnold Buffum Chace, of the eighth American generation of the family founded by William Chace, who came from England with Governor Winthrop and his fleet in 1630, is a son of Samuel B. and Elizabeth (Buffum) Chace, and a grandson of Oliver and Susanna (Buffinton) Chace; Oliver Chace was a son of Jonathan Chace, son of...
Malcolm Chace IV, his siblings and their children are seeking to have their cousin Arnold B. “Buff” Chace Jr. removed as trustee of a $70-plus-million trust that Malcolm’s father, Malcolm...
Elizabeth Buffum Chace (December 9, 1806 – December 12, 1899) was an American activist in the anti-slavery, women's rights, and prison reform movements of the mid-to-late 19th century. She was inducted into the Rhode Island Heritage Hall of Fame in 2002.  Birth and early life
Arnold Buffum Chace son Malven G. Chace son Margaret Lilly Rowland daughter Private child Elizabeth B. Chace ("The Conscie... mother Samuel Buffington Chace father Samuel Oliver Chace brother Edward Gould Chace brother Elizabeth Buffam Wyman sister
Arnold Buffum Chace (1845-1932), eleventh chancellor of the University, was born in Valley Falls, Rhode Island, on November 10, 1845. His parents, Samuel B. Chace and Elizabeth Buffum Chace, were Quakers who were active reformers against slavery and intoxicants. He graduated from Brown in 1866.
Arnold Buffum Chase III 11 July 1914–12 February 1988 • Brief Life History of Arnold Buffum When Arnold Buffum Chase III was born on 11 July 1914, in Providence, Providence, Rhode Island, United States, his father, Malcom Greene Chace, was 39 and his mother, Elizabeth E Edwards, was 37.
Arnold Chace was born in Valley Falls, Rhode Island, to Quaker parents Samuel C. Chace and Elizabeth Buffum Chace, both abolitionists and temperance activists. Chace graduated from Brown in 1866 and continued scientific study, first at Harvard University and then at the ?cole de M?decine in Paris.
Arnold’s reform work had a great influence on his second child, Elizabeth, born in Providence on Benefit Street in 1806. As Elizabeth Buffum Chace, she became not only a prominent abolitionist, but also a leader in the movements for women’s rights and prison reform.