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1 Alabama deaths and burials index
Name: John Lighter
Birth Date: abt 1875
Death Date: 7 Jan 1946
Death Place: Birmingham, Jefferson, Alabama
Death Age: 71
Marital status: Married
Gender: Male
Father Name: George Lighter
Mother Name: Armelia Hamilton
Spouse Name: Emma Brewer Lighter
FHL Film Number: 1908803

John D. Lighter's occupation:
1910 census: Lawyer
1020 census: Lawyer
1930 census: Laborer in pipe shop
1940 census: minister 
Lighter, John D. (I79)
 
2 California county birth, marriage, and death records, 1849-1980.
Entry for Horace G. Gay.
Near San Jose, March 23, 1862, Horace G., son of M.Gay, aged 13 years>
Paper: April 3, 1862. 
Gay, Horace (I182)
 
3 California state roster, 1909 goverment and military records:
Given Name: Milus H.
Surname: Gay
Position: Member of the Assembly
City: Santa Clara
Death Date: 18 Mar 1894
Page #: 616 
Gay, Milus Harvey (I179)
 
4 Cemetery name comes from death certificate. I can find no entry for her on Find a Grave to confirm location. Shook, Alice (I270)
 
5 Confederate applications for Presidential pardons, 1865-1867.

4 October 1865.
Drewy Wall of Madison County, Missouri submitted an application to President Andrew Johnson for a pardon for his Confederate service 
Wall, Drew (I164)
 
6 Death certificate

https://www.sos.mo.gov/images/archives/deathcerts/1939/1939_00029546.PDF 
Allen, Elijah Springer (I253)
 
7 Enid's death certificate names:
father: Levi J. Shook
mother: Nancy E. Dixon
husband: Hugh H. Barnes 
Shook, Enid (I192)
 
8 Find a Grave gives date of birth as 12 Feb 1862 Brewer, Ephraim B (I140)
 
9 Find a Grave gives Missouri as birth location. All census records list Texas. Robinson, John Rutherford (I273)
 
10 From A book of Strattons: being a collection of Stratton records from England Scotland, and a genealogical hisotry of the early colonial strattons in America, with five generations of their descendants.
By Harriet Russell Stratton. New York, Grafton Press, 1908-18.
page 203.
https://archive.org/details/bookofstrattonsb02stra/page/n265
Jonas Stratton was born in Stow, Mass., Oct. 10, 1791. He was but six years old when his father died. As one of a large family of children, he was early forced to shift for himself. He lived for awhile with his older brother Lewis in Amherst, N.H., and here he learned the cabinet makers' trade. While still little more than a boy he emigrated to the ?wilds of Ohio? where several of his Amherst neighbors had settled and named the little settlement Amherst, after their New Hampshire home. He worked at his trade and presently bought a farm and built a house. Mar. 31, 1822, he married Lucy Smith, and their hospitable home became the center of many happy recollections.
In this home they lived to a good old age. Mr. Stratton died Sept. 26, 1878. They were both members of the Congregationalist church.
Children: Born in Amherst, O.
Amanda E., b. Dec. 29, 1822; m. Alonzo Gaston, Oct. 13, 1844; d. in Russin, O., Feb. 14, 1885.
Henry Dwight, b.1824; d.1867.
Sewel Barnard, b.Feb. 4, 1830; d. aged 5 years.
Lucy Ann, b. Dec 23, 1823; m. Henry Beadman Bryant, May 29, 1854. 
Stratton, Jonas (I214)
 
11 From A book of Strattons: being a collection of Stratton records from England Scotland, and a genealogical hisotry of the early colonial strattons in America, with five generations of their descendants.
By Harriet Russell Stratton. New York, Grafton Press, 1908-18.
page 203.
Lucy Ann, B. Dec. 23, 1823; m. Henry Beadman Bryant, May 29, 1854. This was a double wedding, as her brother, Henry D. Stratton, married Henry B. Bryant's sister same date and place. Dr. Finney of Oberlin officiated. These young people had all been Oberlin College Students. She died in Chicago Feb. 11, 1870.
https://archive.org/details/bookofstrattonsb02stra/page/n9 
Stratton, Lucy Ann (I209)
 
12 From A book of Strattons: being a collection of Stratton records from England Scotland, and a genealogical hisotry of the early colonial strattons in America, with five generations of their descendants.
By Harriet Russell Stratton. New York, Grafton Press, 1908-18.
page 203.
Lucy Ann, B. Dec. 23, 1823; m. Henry Beadman Bryant, May 29, 1854. This was a double wedding, as her brother, Henry D. Stratton, married Henry B. Bryant's sister same date and place. Dr. Finney of Oberlin officiated. These young people had all been Oberlin College Students. She died in Chicago Feb. 11, 1870.
https://archive.org/details/bookofstrattonsb02stra/page/n9

From A book of Strattons: being a collection of Stratton records from England Scotland, and a genealogical hisotry of the early colonial strattons in America, with five generations of their descendants.
By Harriet Russell Stratton. New York, Grafton Press, 1908-18.
page 217.
Henry Dwight Stratton was born in Amherst, O., Aug 24, 1924 and died in New York City, Feb 20, 1867. He was educated in the public schools of Amherst and in Oberlin College. He married Permela C. Bryant, May 29, 1954. A man of fine attainments, of attractive manners, deeply interested in educational progress, he became a benefactor to many you people. With his brother-in-law, Henry B. Bryant, he establised the "Bryant and Stratton Colleges, " which at the time of his death numbered more than fifty, located in the principal cities of the United States and Canada.
Children - born in Amberst, O.
Henry Ddwight, Jr., b. Mar 29, 1955; d. in Colorado, where he had gone for his health, Dec. 27, 1877.
Sewell Bryant, b. May 28, 1961,; d. aged 4 mos.
Edith P., b. May 25, 1861; m. Frederick A. Saville, June 6, 1889; res. Buffalo, N.Y. 
Statton, Henry Dwight (I216)
 
13 From A book of Strattons: Being a collection of Stratton records from England and Scotland. By Harriet Russell Stratton. New York, Grafton Press, 1908. V.1
Page 182-184.
https://archive.org/details/bookofstrattonsb01byustra/page/n13
John Stratton was married in Watertown, Mass, in 1667. His marriage is thus recorded on the town books: ?John Stratton and Mary smith joyned in Marryage the 26. 9mo. 1667.? (Mary Smith's ancestry is given on page 155.) From a deposition taken in 1672, we learn that he was born in 1642; hence was twenty-five years old at the time of his marriage. His home lot in Watertown was in the western part of the town and joined the land of his father-in-law, Thomas Smith. Here John Stratton died April 7, 1691, one month before the birth of his son Samuel. The property remained undivided for some years, the eldest son, John Stratton, Jr., ?caring for his mother and her several small children, out of his own proper estate, paying all ye debts truly and honestly and further did manage the husbandry of ye living left by his said father for full 9 years.?
In January, 1701, ?the younger children being well out of hand, the Relect Widdow and her eldest son, did mutually agree to come to a reckoning according to law and justice,? Edward Winn, attorney, of Woburn, was appointed to settle the estate. The widow, Mary, continued to live wither eldest son (who had married Bethshuah Applin) until his death in 1708, followed within a year by the death of his wife, leaving several small children. Then, John Applin, father of Bethshuah, moved with his family into the house owned by ?the late John Stratton,? and paid a yearly rent. Mary and her orphaned grandchildren seems to have lived with the Applins. January 21, 1713, ?John Applin presented a paper showing that his son, John Stratton, died in 1708, and his daughter Bethshuah, wife of John Stratton, in 1709, and that his daughter Mary Applin had charge of the children.?
January 1, 1719, ?a receipt was filed by John Applin from Mary Stratton, Widow, for her maintenance, in virtue of a bond give by her eldest son John Stratton, Jr., ?dated January 13, 1701.
Mary died September 27, 1719, having survived her husband twenty-eight years.
Children - born in Watertown.
John, b.1668; d. 1708.
Thomas, b.1670.
James, b. Jan. 18, 1672; d. 1701 in Bristol County, Mass., ?A single man.? His estate was administered by his brother-in-law, Henry Nicholson, barber, of Boston, 1702-103. He left a ?certain sum of money in the hands of Richard Greenall (or Greeval?) of Little Compton, to be delivered unto my mother Mary Stratton, widow, if she be living, in case of her decease to other relations in Watertown, New England.
Mary, m. in Woburn, Edward Winn, Lawyer of Woburn, Jan. 3, 1693.
Sarah, m. in Boston, Henry Nicholson of Boston, Jan. 9, 1702, by Rev. Christopher Bridge, ?Rector of King's Chapel People.?
Hannah, m. in Woburn, John Sanderson, Jan. 1, 1701.
Judee, b. Aug. 13, 1680; d. young
Jonathan, b. Aug. 22, 1684; living in 1701 when Edward Winn was appointed his guardian (Further data much desired).
Mary, bapt. July 30, 1687.
Samuel, bapt. May 10, 1691, ?son of Widow Stratton.? This is probably the ?Samuel Stratton, late a soldier at Fort William? (Boston Harbor) for whom Henry Nicholson was appointed administrator, April, 13, 1722.
Of this family the births of Joh, Thomas, James, Judee and Jonathan are the only ones recorded on the town records of Watertown; the baptisms of Mercy and Samuel are from the Bailey manuscript; court files show that Mary, Sarah and Hannah belonged to this family; no evidence has been found of any other children. 
Stratton, John (I235)
 
14 From A book of Strattons: Being a collection of Stratton records from England and Scotland. By Harriet Russell Stratton. New York, Grafton Press, 1908. V.1
Page 185-186.
https://archive.org/details/bookofstrattonsb01byustra/page/n13
Thomas Stratton was born in Watertown in 1670 and married there in 1699. Town records: ?Thomas Stratton son of John and Mary Stratton borne the 26 Day of October? ?Thomas Stratton and Dorcas Maxwel Joyned in married: July: 19: 1699.? Dorcas Maxwell was a daughter of Thomas and Dorcas Maxwell of Boston. She was born February 27, 1867. Thomas Maxwell was a member of the ?Scots Charitable Society? in Boston, which determines his nationality. From 1680 onward for about a quarter of a century, he was a ?Sealer of Leather? in the town of Boston, and in 1683 was a doorkeeper in the ?Great and General Court of the Massachusetts Bay Provence.?
Thomas and Dorcas Stratton lived in the Western Precinct of Watertown, where nine children were born unto them. December 1, 1727, Thomas was chosen Surveyor of Highways. In 1731 the town paid him for timber from his farm for a bridge near Deacon Livermore's mill. December 16, 1732, he was still living in Watertown, when ?consideration of ye petition of Thomas Stratton and others was adjourned to ye next selectmans' meeting.? The petition did not come up at the next meeting, and the name does not later occur on the town or church books at Watertown or Waltham. No record of the death of Thomas, nor that of Dorcas, has been found. It is probable that they removed with some of their children to some other town and died there.
Children - born in Watertown.
James, b.1700; d.1775
Thomas, b. Feb 12, 1702
Dorcas, b. Mar. 2, 1705
Mary, b. Jan.8, 1706; m. in Watertown, Henry Smith of Lexington, Feb. 18, 1730.
David, b.1708; d.1783
Samuel, b. Oct. 19, 1709.
Ebanezer, bapt. July 12, 1713; d. in infancy.
Ebanezer, bapt. May 15, 1715
Mercy, bapt. Jan 13, 1717; m. Moses Cutting in Watertown in 1736.
Of this family David is the only son who settle in Watertown (later Waltham). He seems to have lived on the homestead farm; and some of his children lived there as late, at least, as 1764. Of the sons Thomas, Samuel, and Ebanezer, information is much desired. This may be the Samuel Stratton mentioned in the proprietor's records of Mendon who helped in the survey of the town and had a grant of land April 26, 1736, and who married Mary, daughter of Samuel Walker, of Framingham, November 17, 1737, and in 1741 was in Hopkinton. The compiler has no further record of him. 
Stratton, Thomas (I233)
 
15 From A book of Strattons: Being a collection of Stratton records from England and Scotland. By Harriet Russell Stratton. New York, Grafton Press, 1908. V.1
Page 192.
https://archive.org/details/bookofstrattonsb01byustra/page/n13
David Stratton was born November 20, 1708, in Watertown; married Hannan Smith of Lexinton, January 30, 1728, - daughter of Joseph, Sr., and Hannah Smith. She was born in Lexington in September 1707. They were married by Rev. Warham Williams. Their home was in that part of the town which in 1738 became Waltham. Here they lived for over thirty years, and then removed to Bolton, Mass., where David Died in the spring of 1783. Administration of his estate was granted his son, David Stratton, Jr., in May, 1783.
Children - births recorded in Watertown.
Hannah, b. Sept. 26, 1729
Lydia, b. Mar. 1, 1737; m. Samuel Nutting, Oct. 22, 1751
Births recorded in Waltham
Eunice, b. Mar. 15, 1738
Lois, b. Feb. 25, 1739; m. John Demont of Newton, Oct. 27, 1764.
David, b. 1742; d. 1819
Mary, b. Feb. 29, 1744; m. Thaddeus Hastings of Lexington, May 29, 1763.
Jonas, b. 1746. 
Stratton, David (I231)
 
16 From A book of Strattons: Being a collection of Stratton records from England and Scotland. By Harriet Russell Stratton. New York, Grafton Press, 1908. V.1
Page 196.
https://archive.org/details/bookofstrattonsb01byustra/page/n13
Jonas Stratton was forn in Waltham, July 14, 1746. Some time before 1770 he bought land in Stow and settled there. He was a Revolutionary soldier in 1777, and again in the summer of 1778, in Captain Nathan Sergeant's company stationed at Winter Hill. By trade he was a carpenter. March 15, 1770, he married Anna Barnard of Bolton, who was born February 6, 1755. He died March 14, 1797.
Chilrden gorn in Stow, Mass.:
Lois, b. July 24, 1771
Lewis, b. 1773; d. 1851.
Sewell, b. 1775; d. 1830
Mary, b. Nov.24, 1780
John, b.July 12, 1782.
Abigail, b.Mar. 20, 1785
Anna, b. Mar. 13, 1788
Jonas, b. Oct. 10, 1791
David, b. May 5, 1794
Barnard, b. Aug 25, 1796
Lydia, b. Aug 25, 1796 (twin) 
Stratton, Jonas (I221)
 
17 From the 1850 US census it appears that Drewry Wall, age 40 and Elizabeth Wall, age 35 have a household that contains 5 children (ages 19-10) that are the children of Drew and his first unnamed wife; 3 children (ages 7-1) that are the children of Drew and Elizabeth; and 2 children (Katherine age 13 and Angeline age 8 who are the children of Elizabeth and her first husband J. Hargis). Wall, Drew (I164)
 
18 From US and international marriage records
Name: Michael Price
Gender: Male
Birth Place: VA
Birth Year: 1746
Spouse Name: Ester Francisco
Spouse
Birth Place: MO
Spouse Birth Year: 1749
Marriage
Year: 1770 
Family F27
 
19 Her name appears as Nettie and as Mattie in census records. Williams, Mattie Evelyn (I261)
 
20 https://archive.org/details/countiesofchrist00perr/page/n6
Counties of Christiand and Trigg, Kentucky: historical and biographical. By William Henry Perrin. Chicago, IL, F>A> Battey Pub., 1884.
from Chapter VII.
page 108.
"About the same time of Boyd's arrival, or perhaps a little earlier, a small settlement was made on Donaldson Creek. Among the first to settle in this locality were John and Shadrach Futrell, Josiah Lindsay and his brothers James L., Caleb and Carleton. Basil Holland settled near the Perry Thomas farm as early as 1800, and died forty-five years ago. James Dixon and his sons Hiram and James, Jr., made improvements in the Holland neighborhood about the year 1802 or 1803."
page 110-111.
"In the year 1811 James Thomas and Shadrach Futrell erected a distillery on the land of Allen Showier, which they operated with fair success for a period of six or seven years. This was one of the first distilleries in the county, and early achieved the reputation of turning out the very finest quality of whisky. Cullen Thomas constructed a small distillery on his place in 1815, and ran it until 1835. Later, Hiram Dixon engaged in the distillery business on Craig's Branch, but owing to a want of patronage was obliged to close out in a short time. The distillery of Mize & Cliner was erected near Canton about the year 1864. They did a fair business until 1867, at which time the enterprise was abandoned. A tannery was started on the Sumner place near Donaldson Creek in 1851 by McReynolds, of Christian County, who ran it until 1854, when George C. Graham became possessor. He operated it until 1868 or 1870, when it passed into other hands, and finally went down." 
Dixon, Hiram (I12)
 
21 https://archive.org/details/countiesofchrist00perr/page/n6
Counties of Christiand and Trigg, Kentucky: historical and biographical. By William Henry Perrin. Chicago, IL, F>A> Battey Pub., 1884.
from Chapter VII.
page 108.
"About the same time of Boyd's arrival, or perhaps a little earlier, a small settlement was made on Donaldson Creek. Among the first to settle in this locality were John and Shadrach Futrell, Josiah Lindsay and his brothers James L., Caleb and Carleton. Basil Holland settled near the Perry Thomas farm as early as 1800, and died forty-five years ago. James Dixon and his sons Hiram and James, Jr., made improvements in the Holland neighborhood about the year 1802 or 1803." 
Dixon, James (I101)
 
22 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Beadman_Bryant

Note from Find a Grave
Bio from Wikipedia:

Henry Beadman Bryant (1824?1892) was an author and co-founder and namesake of Bryant & Stratton College and Bryant University in Smithfield, Rhode Island.

Henry B. Bryant was born in Gloucestershire, England on April 5, 1824 and was the youngest son of six children. His father, John Bryant, was a farmer who brought the family to Ohio to a farm near a Native American settlement. Bryant's first education was during the winters in a log school house, and while at home he worked on the family farm during the rest of the year. He then attended the Norwalk Seminary, a Methodist school, and began teaching school before entering college in Cleveland. He married Lucy A. Stratton in 1854 in Cleveland in a double wedding ceremony with his sister and brother-in-law Henry Stratton. The wedding was officiated by Dr. Charles Finney, a Protestant minister who was the president of Oberlin College.[1] The Bryants had three children. Along with his brother, John Collins Bryant, and his brother-in-law, Henry Dwight Stratton, Bryant graduated from Folsom Business College in Cleveland, Ohio. The trio later purchased the school from the owner, Ezekiel G. Folsom, who founded his school in 1848. Bryant & Stratton College was officially organized in 1854 to provide practical workplace education, and was formerly known as Bryant and Stratton Business Institute. In addition to purchasing the Cleveland school, Bryant and Stratton established a number of business schools that operated under the name of Bryant & Stratton & Co's chain of International Commercial Colleges in most major US cities. By 1864 as many as 50 schools existed. After the death of Mr. Stratton in 1867, the brothers sold most of the schools except the ones in Chicago and Buffalo. Henry Bryant led the one in Chicago and his brother, John, led the school in Buffalo, New York. Bryant died in 1892.
Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 17 June 2019), memorial page for Henry Beadman Bryant (5 Apr 1824-25 Apr 1892), Find A Grave Memorial no. 122007903, citing Graceland Cemetery, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA ; Maintained by Grave Recorder (contributor 47359603) . 
Bryant, Henry Beadman (I208)
 
23 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/101747056/joseph-andrew-gage

Plot 103-1-10 
Gage, Joseph Andrew (I29)
 
24 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/101747056/joseph-andrew-gage
Plot 103-1-10
Occupation: A carpenter and the editor of the Madison County Democrat. 
Gage, Joseph Andrew (I29)
 
25 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/102502175/mary-stratton Smith, Mary (I236)
 
26 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/102502363/john-stratton Stratton, John (I235)
 
27 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/102961557/lyman-jerome-gage

Plot 1-979-5 
Gage, Lyman Jerome (I21)
 
28 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/102961557/lyman-jerome-gage
Plot 1-979-5 
Gage, Lyman Jerome (I21)
 
29 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/10669661/william-jack-shook

Section D, site 9 
Shook, William Jack (I190)
 
30 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/110471207/lydia-ola-gage
Occupation: A department store clerk. 
Gage, Lydia Ola (I129)
 
31 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/110471207/lydia-ola-gage Gage, Lydia Ola (I129)
 
32 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/110471637/julia-ellen-king

Good Shepherd Lawn, Sectino C, Block 18, Grave H-1 
Gage, Julia Ellen Ella (I131)
 
33 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/110471637/julia-ellen-king
Married to Frederick M "Fred" King on 25 Oct 1919 in Madison County,Arkansas.
Plot Good Shepherd Lawn, Sect. C, Block 18, Grave H-1 
Gage, Julia Ellen Ella (I131)
 
34 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/110471845/frederick-m-king King, Frederick Matthew (I78)
 
35 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/110603250/lula-c_-cluck Price, Lula C. (I136)
 
36 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/110603250/lula-c_-cluck Price, Lula C. (I136)
 
37 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/110603377/phillip-m_-cluck Cluck, Phillips Marcus (I200)
 
38 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/110976838/lucretia-gage Wood, Lucretia (I188)
 
39 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/112576790/sarah-ann-hudspeth
Born at the foot of Greenwood Mountain.

Married Lewis Calvin Hudspeth on either 5 Oct 1832 or 29 Nov 1832 inCrawford county, Missouri.

Sara moved with her family from Hardeman County, Tennessee, toGasconada County, Missouri, in the early 1830s, according to Gagefamily records. Most of these Gage and related families moved to KingsRiver Township east of Huntsville, Madison County, Arkansas, about1833. The Lewis C. Hudspeth family was listed in this township in the1840 census dated August 25, 1940. The Lewis Hudspeth family andseveral Gage families moved to the Osage Township of Carroll County,Arkansas, in the 1840s and lived there when the 1870 census was takenon July 30, 1870. Before 1880 the Hudspeths and some of the Gagessettled in Piney Township near present day Metalton.
Sara is listed in the US Census of 1900 living in Carroll County,Arkansas, in the home of her son, John Franklin Hudspeth, who is awidower at this time. The daughter of John F., Mary Angeline HudspethWebb, confirmed in an interview with Randy Hudspeth in 1967 that hergrandmother lived with them during this time and that she died shortlyafter the turn of the century. 
Gage, Sarah Ann Sallie (I124)
 
40 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/112576790/sarah-ann-hudspeth Gage, Sarah Ann Sallie (I124)
 
41 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/114539707/james-dunn-bateman Bateman, James Dunn (I8)
 
42 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/114858889/grace-alice-price

Rose Lawn 
Parker, Grace Alice (I199)
 
43 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/114858930/james-edward-price

Rose Lawn 
Price, James Edward (I137)
 
44 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/114858930/james-edward-price
Plot Rose Lawn 
Price, James Edward (I137)
 
45 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/115169270/jacob-andrew-gage

Section Good Shepherd, Space 61. 
Gage, Jacob Andrew (I130)
 
46 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/115169270/jacob-andrew-gage
Inscription:
PFC US Army WW I
Plot Gd.Shep./61 
Gage, Jacob Andrew (I130)
 
47 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/115169271/gladys-valentine-gage

Section Good Shepherd, Space 61. 
Hoffman, Gladys Valentine (I77)
 
48 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/116228184/john-andrew-gage
Married twice:
first Lydia Clements March 15, 1832 Pulaski Co., Missouri
second Martha J Allen Barton probablly after 1871

On findagrave - Note from another researcher:
John Andrew Gage. I have the 1870 Fall River, Greenwood, Kansas Censusshowing John & Lyndia Mary Clements Gage still living as husband &wife before her death in 1871. The 1880 Census he is shown with hisdaughter Melinda "Linn". Where did U get that he had married Martha inthe 1850's? Is it possible he married Martha after the 1880 Census? Iam not finding any documentation for this either. Is there apossibility that 2 John Gage's are interwoven here? 
Gage, John Andrew (I41)
 
49 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/116228184/john-andrew-gage Gage, John Andrew (I41)
 
50 https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/116232971/lydia-mary-gage Clements, Lydia (I42)
 

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