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|SAGE, Arthur Herbert
SAGE, Arthur Herbert 2
- Born: 13 Aug 1878, East Oxford, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada 3
- Marriage: FRANCIS, Clara Louisa in Mar 1914 in Woodstock, Ontario, Canada 1
- Died: 16 Nov 1935, Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada at age 57 4
Arthur married Clara Louisa FRANCIS in Mar 1914 in Woodstock, Ontario, Canada.1 (Clara Louisa FRANCIS was born about 1880 in prob. Oxford County, Ontario, Canada.)
Woodstock Sentinel Review (28 Mar 1914, Woodstock, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada). Surety: 4. Sage, Arthur Herbert, and Francis, Clara Louisa, Marriage appeared in Sentinel Review (Woodstock), 28 Mar 1914, page 11, column 5.
1881 Canadian Census (Oxford East, Oxford South County, Ontario, Canada). Repository: Latter Day Saints Family Search. Surety: 4. Lists Willard Sage (age 41, b. USA), wife Martha (age 40, b. Ontario) and children Zachariah (age 15, b. Ontario), Harry (age 13, b. Ontario), Annie L. (age 11, b. Ontario), Clara (age 9, b. Ontario), William (age 6, b. Ontario) and Arthur (age 2, b. Ontario), living in Oxford East, Ontario. Willard is listed as a "farmer."
Ontario Canada Births, 1869-1907 (East Oxford, Oxford County: 1878). Surety: 4. Sage, Arthur Herbert
Date of Birth: 13 Aug 1878
Place of Birth: East Oxford, Oxford County
Name of Father: Willard Sage
Name of Mother: Martha Templer
Occupation of Father: Farmer
Ingersoll Tribune (Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada). Surety: 4. DEATH NOTICE: ARTHUR H. SAGE Friends in Ingersoll and district were shocked to learn of the sudden death of Arthur H. Sage, well known and esteemed resident and businessman of Ingersoll, on Saturday morning last, at the family residence, Charles Street West. The late Mr. Sage, who was in his 58th year was born in East Oxford [township], and had for the past 14 years been a respected resident of Ingersoll, where he had made for himself a wide circle of friends. During the past 6 years, Mr. Sage has operated a successful service station on Charles St. E., and prior to this time he was in charge of a tobacco store on Thames Street. Left to mourn the passing of a beloved husband and father are his widow and two daughters, Misses Martha and Edith, both at home. Also surviving are two brothers and two sisters as follows: Zechariah of Beachville; William, Ingersoll; Miss Anna Sage, Ingersoll; and Mrs. C. Crane of Brantford, to all of whom sincere sympathy is extended in their sad bereavement. The funeral was held on Monday afternoon from the family residence, Charles St. E., with service at 2:30 o'clock conducted by Rev. Dr. H. H. Turner, pastor of St. Paul's Presbyterian Church. There was a large attendance at the service, which with the beautiful floral tokens were tributes of the esteem in which deceased was held and sympathy for the sorrowing family. The pallbearers were Fred Franks, Ford Hawkins, D. A. Bonesteel, E. Olmstead, Walter Cline, John Borland.