MARSHALL, Elena "Nellie"
MARSHALL, Elena "Nellie" 2
Elena married Everett Allen SAGE, son of Allen SAGE Esquire and Elizabeth ARMSTRONG, on 31 Jan 1888 in East Zorra, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada.1 (Everett Allen SAGE was born in Jun 1863 in West Oxford, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada, died on 26 Mar 1937 in West Oxford, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada 4 and was buried in Mar 1937 in West Oxford United Church Yard Cemetery, West Oxford, Ontario.)
Ontario Marriage Index, 1858-1899 (East Zorra, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada). Surety: 4. Name: Everett Sage
Residence: West Oxford
Birthplace: West Oxford
Marital Status: bachelor
Parents: Allen & Elizabeth Sage
Spouse Name: Nellie Marshall
Residence: West Zorra
Marital Status: spinster
Parents: Robert & Mary Ann Marshall
Witnesses: Bradford Sage, West Oxford [brother]; Mary Marshall, West Zorra [bride's mother?]
Marriage Date: 31 Jan 1888
Marriage Place: West Zorra Township
Bridegroom Religion: Methodist
Bride Religion: Methodist
Married By: Rev. S.W. Holden
Registration Number: 009380
Archives of Ontario Microfilm: 61
2 1911 Canadian Census, Oxford West, Sub-district 27, Oxford South County, Ontario, Canada. Surety: 4. Lists Everett A. Sage (age 47, b. Jun 1863, Ontario), wife Nellie [Marshall] (age 44, b. Jun 1867, Ontario) and children Russell (age 17, b. May 1894, Ontario) and Alice (age 13, b. Aug 1897, Ontario), living in Oxford West, Ontario. Everett is listed as a "farmer," and his ethnic origin is listed as English. Nellie's ethnic origin is listed as Irish.
3 Ingersoll Tribune (Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada). Surety: 4. DEATH NOTICE: MRS. EVERETT SAGE The death occurred on Sunday night, May 1st, at her residence, Thames Street, of Nellie Marshall, widow of the late Everett Sage, following a prolonged period of ill health. The late Mrs. Sage, who was in her 73rd year, was born in Dereham [township]. She had spent most of her life in West Oxford [township] where she was widely known and had endeared herself to a large circle of friends. She was a member of the United Church at Folden's Corners and had only recently taken up residence in Ingersoll. Her husband predeceased her one year ago. The sympathy of their many friends is extended to the sorrowing son and daughter, Mr. Russell Sage, Ingersoll; and Mrs. Charles Merrill, West Oxford [township], also to three brothers, and six sisters as follows: Robert Marshall, Woodstock; Alex Marshall, Vancouver; Fred Marshall, Brook, Alberta; Mrs. William McKay, Ingersoll; Mrs. William Brooke, Sarnia; Mrs. R. E. Beam, Woodstock; Mrs. A. B. Hughson, Toronto; Mrs. Thomas Smith, Vancouver; Mrs. N. A. Willoughby, Detroit.
4 Ibid. Surety: 4. DEATH NOTICE: EVERETT A. SAGE West Oxford [township] lost a highly esteemed resident on Friday afternoon in the passing of Everett A. Sage, at the family residence, Lot 13, Concession 3, near Folden's, following an illness of only about 1 week's duration, though he had not been in the best of health for some time. The late Mr. Sage, who was in his 74th year, had been a lifelong resident of the Folden's district, being born on the same concession; and on the adjoining farm, to that in which he passed away. He was a valued member of the Folden's United Church and had at all times taken an active part in the community life and was deeply interested in its welfare. Left to mourn the passing of a beloved husband and father are his widow, one son, Russell Sage, Ingersoll; and one daughter, Mrs. Charles Merrill, West Oxford [township]. Also surviving are two sisters, Mrs. M. Uren, Ingersoll; and Mrs. Elsie Fierheller, London; to all of whom sincere sympathy is extended. The funeral was held from the late residence, Lot 13, Concession 3, West Oxford [township], on Monday afternoon to the West Oxford Cemetery. The service which was of a private nature, was conducted at 2:30 o'clock by Rev. R. B. Cumming of Salford, assisted by Rev. John Button of Fordwich. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Folden sang a beautiful duet. The profusion of beautiful flowers, bore silent testimony to the esteem in which deceased was held. The pallbearers were Messrs. Charles Brink, Harry Zufelt, Harrison Cody, Stanley Allen, William Miles and Gordon Sage.