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SAGE, Willard
(Abt 1782-Bef 1881)
BURTCH, Elizabeth
(Abt 1788-1842)
(Abt 1785-Bef 1833)
SAGE, Ceymour Lyman Esquire
CLARKE, Matilda
SAGE, Eunice Editha
(1843-After 1911)


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PEERS, Arthur

SAGE, Eunice Editha 3 4 5

  • Born: May 1843, Dereham, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada
  • Marriage: PEERS, Arthur on 11 Mar 1874 in East Oxford, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada 1 2
  • Died: After 1911, prob. Woodstock, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada


Eunice married Arthur PEERS, son of Henry PEERS and Mary UNKNOWN, on 11 Mar 1874 in East Oxford, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada.1 2 (Arthur PEERS was born in 1845 in East Oxford, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada and died on 14 Jun 1899 in East Oxford, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada 6.)



1 Ingersoll Daily Chronicle (Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada). Surety: 4. PEERS-SAGE--On the 11th inst., at the residence of the bride’s father, by the Rev. S. Blanchard, Mr. Arthur Peers, of East Oxford [township], to Eunice, third daughter of Mr. Seymour Sage, of the same place.

2 Ontario Marriage Index, 1858-1899 (East Oxford, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada). Surety: 4. Name: Arthur Peers
Age: 29
Residence: East Oxford
Birthplace: East Oxford
Marital Status: bachelor
Occupation: yeoman
Parents: Henry & Mary Peers
Spouse Name: Eunice Sage
Age: 29
Residence: East Oxford
Birthplace: East Oxford
Marital Status: spinster
Parents: Simeon & Matilda Sage
Witnesses: Edwin Sage [Eunice's brother] & Henry Peers [father]
Marriage Date: 11 Mar 1874
Marriage Place: East Oxford
Bridegroom Religion: Presbryterian
Bride Religion: Wesleyan Methodist
Married By: S. Blanshard

3 Ingersoll Daily Chronicle (Ingersoll, Oxford County, Ontario, Canada). Surety: 4. DEATH NOTICE: OXFORD'S OLDEST NATIVE RESIDENT--Woodstock Express: Seymour Sage, the oldest native born resident of Oxford, passed away at 10 o'clock, on Saturday night, after 95 years of life. For many years Mr. Sage had been looked upon as a remarkable example of vigorous old age. As he reached the 90 mark and passed it his friends remarked with a good deal of satisfaction that he not only retained his mental faculties, which were acute, but also the evenness of temper which always characterized his life. At 95 years of age he was a fairly rugged man, possessed of mental as well as bodily rigor, and until a short time ago gave promise of becoming a centenarian. A man who has lived nearly a hundred years in one district must necessarily have had his influence on its development. It was in the township of West Oxford [township], he was born in 1808. Later he moved over to East Oxford [township] and settled on the old homestead on the Old Stage Road, near Vandecar. In 1833 He married a daughter of the late John Clarke. He continued to live on the homestead all his life, until old age, compelled him to give up active work, when he came to Woodstock and took up residence with his daughter, Miss Ida, Beale Street, with whom he was living when he died. Mr. Sage was a man of many fine qualities and was respected by everyone who knew him. He was always a man of quiet and retiring tendencies and never sought public service. He was a life long Methodist. The children are: Mrs. Johnston and Mrs. T___? in California; Orlando in San Francisco; Edwin, West Oxford [township]; Mrs. H. Peers and Mrs. A. Peers, East Oxford [township]; and Miss Ida, Beale Street, this city.

4 1901 Canadian Census, Sub-district 44, Woodstock, Oxford North County, Ontario, Canada. Surety: 4. Lists Eunice [Sage] Peers (age 68, b. May 1843, Ontario) and granddaughter Janice Peers (age 25, b. Aug 1886, Ontario), living in Woodstock, Ontario. Eunice is listed as a widow, and is living on her own income.

5 1881 Canadian Census (Oxford East, Oxford South County, Ontario, Canada). Repository: Latter Day Saints Family Search. Surety: 4. Lists Arthur Peers (age 36, b. Ontario), wife Eunice [Sage] (age 37, b. Ontario) and Arthur's brother, Henry S. Peers (age 26, b. Ontario), living in East Oxford, Ontario. Arthur is listed as a "farmer," and the family lists their religion as C. Presbyterian.

6 Ontario Canada Deaths, 1869-1932 (East Oxford, Oxford County, Ontario; 1899). Surety: 4. Peers, Arthur
Date of death: 14 Jun 1899
Residence: East Oxford
Occupation: farmer
Marital status: married
Place of birth: East Oxford
Cause of death: slippage of bowels, 10 days
Informant: Henry Peers [brother?]

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