Charles Elmer and Mary Florence(Boughan)Munson are buried at Roseburg Memorial Gardens in Roseburg, Douglas Co., Oregon.
Charles Elmer Munson and Mary Florence(Boughan)Munson and their family.
These are my third great grandparents Oliver and Mary Moak.
This is a photo of Eugene Henry Sage's Civil War Medal courtesy of his great grandson George Elbert Sage.
This photo was sent to me by a distant cousin of my wife Suzi Sage. It is thought to be Elias Sage born 1758. He was in the Revolutionary War. It is believed to possibly be the only known photo of him taken in 1845 when he was 87 years old.
It is not yet verified to actually be him, but it is very likely considering that my wife's Uncle Mike looks just like him. If you have any photos of Elias A Sage Sr., or of his children, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
This is Harvey Sage Sr. born 1794. He was the sone of Elias Sage Sr. born 1758. Harvey was a soldier in the war of 1812, stationed at the fort at Sackett's Harbor in the company commanded by Captain Root, and was pensioned by the government for services rendered.
This is Elias Sage born 1820 in Denmark, Lewis Co., New York. He was the son of Harvey Sage born 1794. Elias served in the Civil War with his two sons, Eugene H., and Harvey W. Sage. The were in the Nebraska Second Regiment, Co. H.
This is a photo of Eugene H. Sage and his wife Martha Jane Wells (Mattie). Eugene was born in Denmark, Lewis Co., New York in 1842. He was the son of Elias Sage born 1820. Eugene, his brother Harvey W., and their father Elias served together in the Civil War in the 2nd Regiment, Nebraska Cavalry, Co.H.