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Rockefeller was seeking new life in Baltimore

Bought house to share with daughter, seller says

Calling himself Chip Smith, Clark Rockefeller paid cash for the home at 618 Ploy St. in Baltimore, saying he liked the yard. Calling himself Chip Smith, Clark Rockefeller paid cash for the home at 618 Ploy St. in Baltimore, saying he liked the yard. (Dina Rudick/ Globe Staff)
By Maria Cramer and Eric Moskowitz
Globe Staff / August 4, 2008

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BALTIMORE - More than a month before Clark Rockefeller allegedly absconded to Baltimore with his 7-year-old daughter, he told the seller of a stately Baltimore carriage house that he wanted to purchase the property to make a home there with his little girl. (Full article: 1260 words)

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