|The Very Reverend Frederic Henry Chase|
Memorial to Bishop Frederic Henry Chase in Ely Cathedral
February 21, 1853|
|Died||September 23, 1925
Normanhurst Hotel, Bexhill, Sussex
|Alma mater||Christ's College, Cambridge|
|Occupation||Academic and Bishop of Ely|
|Spouse(s)||Charlotte Elizabeth (m. 1877)|
The only son of the Revd Charles Frederic Chase, rector of St Andrew by the Wardrobe and St Anne Blackfriars, and Susan Mary Alliston. Chase was educated at King's College School, London and Christ's College, Cambridge, graduating in classics in 1876 after receiving the Powys Medal the previous year.
He was ordained deacon in 1876 and priest in 1877, and briefly worked as Curate of Sherborne before returning to Cambridge in 1879 He was a lecturer in divinity at Pembroke College, Cambridge from 1881 to 1890, and at Christ's College from 1893. In 1884 he became tutor of the Clergy Training School at Westcott House, Cambridge, and in 1887 became Principal of the School. He was elected to give the Hulsean Lectures for 1900. In late 1901 Chase was elected President of Queens' College, Cambridge and the following November he was also elected Norris Professor of Divinity.
- Chrysostom (1887)
- The Lord´s Prayer in the Early Church (1891)
- F. H. Chase, The Old Syriac Element in the Text of Codex Bezae, MacMillan, 1893.
- "Chase, Frederic (CHS871FH)". A Cambridge Alumni Database. University of Cambridge.
- "University intelligence". The Times (36612). London. 14 November 1901. p. 11.
- "University intelligence". The Times (36071). London. 21 February 1900. p. 12.
Herbert Edward Ryle
|President of Queens' College, Cambridge
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Adolphus William Ward
|Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge
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1905 – 1924
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