I'm an Aquila Chase descendant, and I've looked at the Findagrave record and it isn't right. The only Oliver Chase born in Newbury, Massachusetts is an Oliver born 16 October 1782 to Joseph and Hannah Chase. There are no records of the birth of an Oliver Chase in West Newbury. (Sadly, findagrave.com is becoming less reliable now that it accepts family memorials that aren't tied to headstones.)
Addendum 1: The History of Mead Township (1885) asserts that Oliver Chase executed a contract for Tract 185 in Meadville, PA March 15 1803. He died there on his farm on Tract 185, a Methodist.
Found in The Genealogical and Personal History of Western Pennsylvania.." page 1220:
The Chase Line.
(1) The first ancestor of the Chase family, Christian name unknown, of the line herein recorded, was a native of Massacluisetts, and after the
Revolutionary War he enlisted in the army engaged in the Indian War, and having served his term of five months reported at Pittsburgh and was honorably discharged. He then came to Crawford county, Pennsylvania, where he led the life of a pioneer, leveling the mighty forest, clearing and
cultivating the ground, depending upon the fruit of his own labor for the sustenance of his family and herds. He was the father of eight children,
a daughter and seven sons, among whom was Samuel G.of whom further.
(II) Samuel G. Chase, the eldest son, was born in December, 1804, in Mead township, Crawford county, Pennsylvania, died there, November 10,
1887. In later life he purchased a farm nearer Meadville, and there spent the remainder of his life. In early life he became a Christian and united
with the old State Road Methodist Episcopal Church, of which he and his wife were consistent members for many years, later uniting with the Methodist church in Meadville, in the communion of which he remained until
his death. One of his most prominent and commendable characteristics was his indefatigable industry, always toiling, always doing something to bring comfort and the necessaries of life to his family. In a letter from a nephew, living in Kansas, to his mother, he wrote as follows about Samuel G. Chase: ''I can only remember him now as the patient, kind-hearted
uncle, who for so many years toiled and buflfetted through a little prosperity and much adversity, and who amid all his many trials, never was known to
lose that gentleness of disposition which you know was his. Dear, kind old uncle; small and meagre were his opportunities in life, yet how broad and rich was the goodness of his nature." The crowning goodness of his
long life was his firm adhesion to his duty to the Master, and he delighted to meet with the disciples of Christ in the house of God and in the prayer
meeting. He married Ursula Sacket, who, with three sons and one daughter survived him. A second daughter, Mrs. Almena Hibbard, died in 1887. His funeral services were conducted in the Wayland Baptist Church, Rev. M. Miller, preaching the sermon, and the remains were interred in Oakland
(III) Newell Chase, son of Samuel G. Chase, was born in Mead township, Crawford county, Pennsylvania, April 24, 1837, died September 27, 1912. He learned the trade of stone mason, which he followed, deriving
therefrom a comfortable livelihood. He is an upright and energetic man, in his daily life adheres to the "Golden Rule," and he casts his vote for
the candidates of the Republican party. He married Elizabeth McNamara, born May 15, 1836, and they are the parents of eight children, as follows:
Lydia, now Mrs. Braymer; Mary, now Mrs. Roberts; Olive, now Mrs. Monin ; Oren W. ; Marguerite, now Mrs. McMahan ; Letetia, wife of Leon W. Aldrich ; Harriet, now Mrs. Scowden; Minnie B. Melvin, deceased.
Addendum 3: There was an Oliver Chase born to Samuel and Mary Chase 5 December 1768 in Methuen, MA. The Oliver Chases of Swansea were not him.