not related and 'don't know' but maybe this could be a lead..
If Andrew was a son of Abner, the 1840 census says he was born in MAss...so..
while searching thur some books, this caught my attention..
I wonder if a "LYMAN CHASE" might be a son..
.. (see below for bio) ... Esther G. Chase, a native of Walworth, born in March, 1836, a daughter of Lyman and Martha A. (Andrews) Chase, natives of Massachusetts, he coming to Walworth in 1819, where he died. He was a cooper by trade and farmer, and they had nine children.
Hoyt, Daniel, was born in Marion August 22, 1821, son of George and Harriet (Skinner) Hoyt, he a native of Poinpey, Onondaga county, born June 29, 1796, and
she a native of New York, born in Marion April 8, 1800. George Hoyt came to Marion with his parents, Asahel and Rhoda Hoyt, who lived and died in Marion. He
was a butcher by trade and died November 13, 1848, and his wife in Walworth March 7, 1871. In 1850 Mrs. Hoyt married a second time John McCall, born in 1798, justice
of the Peace in Walworth. He came from Monroe county previous to the war. and died September 9, 1870. Our subject learned the blacksmith and carriagemaker's trade,
followed it twenty-eight years and then purchased in 1861 the farm he owns at present of sixty-five acres, He is a member of the Patrons of Husbandry. He married twice,
first in February, 1853, Mariett Cogswell, a native of Marion and daughter of Joseph Cogswell, by whom he had two children, Egeron E., born January 5, 1854, wife of
George L. Lee, a merchant of Walworth. They have three children, Clinton, Marietta,and Daniel H. ; Frank M., born June 21, 1855, who graduated from Bellevue Medical Colleee in 1878 and practiced medicine in Brookline until his death July 15, 1887. His wife was Isabelle Sinn, a native of Maryland, by whom he had two children, Frank M. and Walter S. Mrs. Hoyt died April 15, 1870,
and in December, 1871, he married Esther G. Chase, a native of Walworth, born in March, 1836, a daughter of Lyman and Martha A. (Andrews) Chase, natives of Massachusetts, he coming to Walworth in 1819, where he died. He was a cooper by trade and farmer, and they had nine children. By a previous marriage to Comfort Green he had five children. Mr. Chase died in 1864 and his wife in 1884.