Person:George Sage (2)

George Bella SAGE
  1. George Bella SAGE1851 - 1937
m. Apr 1879
  1. May Sage1880 - 1957
  2. Harman Sage1881 - 1882
  3. George Sage1882 - 1882
  4. Minnie Sage1883 - 1949
  5. Herbert Sage1884 - 1958
  6. Ruth Sage1888 - 1940
  7. Leonard Sage1894 - 1963
  8. Josephine Sage1897 -
  9. Willie Sage1898 - 1898
  10. Gladys Sage1900 - 1967
Facts and Events
Name George Bella SAGE
Gender Male
Birth[1] 12 Jul 1851 Troy, Rensselaer, New York, USA
Marriage Apr 1879 Brockport, Monroe, New York, USAto Sarah Jane TREMBLE
Occupation? 15 Jun 1900 Sweden, Monroe, New York, USAbutcher
Occupation? 19 Apr 1910 Sweden, Monroe, New York, USAlaborer doing odd jobs
Occupation? 16 Jan 1920 Sweden, Monroe, New York, USAlaborer in garden
Death[2] 1 Feb 1937 Brockport, Monroe, New York, USA
  1. Another source says he was born 1851 in Corinth NY

    1880 Census Brockport, Monroe, NY</b>
    taken 12 Jun 1880, pg 30, family 344, (they are living next to Theopulis Peter and Mary Jane Green Tremble they have the same Dwelling # but a different family #),says George Sage, male, 26 yrs, married, butcher, b. NY, both parents b. NY
    <b>1900 Census Sweden, Monroe, NY</b>, taken 15 Jun 1900, Sheet 6-B, Dwelling # 123 Family # 127, says George B Sage, head, male, b Jul 1851, 49 yrs, can't read how many yrs married, b. NY, looks like both parents b. NY, looks like occupation butcher
    <b>1910 Census, Sweden, Monroe, NY</b>, taken 19 Apr 1910, Sheet 6-A, Dwelling # 139 Family # 147, says George Sage, head, male, 51 yrs, 1st marriage, married 31 yrs, b. NY, both parents b. NY, laborer doing odd jobs, can read & write, owns home
    <b>1920 Census, Sweden, Monroe, NY</b>, taken 16 Jan 1920, Sheet 16-B, Dwelling # 233, Family # 351, says George B Sage, head, owns home free & clear, male, 68 yrs, married, can read & write, b. NY, both parents b. NY, ? laborer in garden,</li>
  2. Brockport CemeteryBrockport, New York
    Town of Sweden
    This cemetery is located on the south side of High Street in the Village of Brockport, New York.
    The tombstones in this cemetery have been copied twice before this. In Dec. 1927 Alberta B. Brennan of the
    Monroe Chapter (Brockport, NY) of the Daughters of the American Revolution made a twenty page list of tombstone
    inscriptions. On the first page of her list it says "not complete." Another 46 page list was made in the early
    1930s. It has no author's name on it but appears similar to lists made by members of the Irondequoit Chapter of
    the Daughters of the American Revolution. This list was made in May 1992 by Richard T. Halsey and relies on the
    older lists for inscriptions which could no longer be read. It adds hundreds of names to both of the older lists.</li></ol>