Frank Jared Gage dies; was early settler here
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Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 8 Feb 1929, p. 6


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Frank Jared Gage, 74, a resident of Hubbard Woods for 71 years, died on Tuesday, February 5, at his daughter’s home in Glencoe. Mr. Gage was the son of the earliest Hubbard Woods settlers, who helped to lay out the streets of the village and built many of the early homes there. He was one of three men who offered to build the Northwestern railroad station in Hubbard Woods if the trains would stop there. The old Gage home is now known as the Scott state on the lake.

Mr. Gage is survived by his widow, Mrs. Emma N. Gage; two daughters, Mrs. Jessie G. Danley, of Glencoe, and Clara L. Gage, of Detroit, and two sons, Harold F. Gage, of Chicago, and Sidney G. Gage, of Los Angeles. The funeral services will be held this Saturday morning at 10:30 at Hebblethwaite’s funeral parlors in Evanston. Burial will be at Rosehill cemetery.


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Date of Publication:
8 Feb 1929
Personal Name(s):
Danley, Jessie ; Gage, Clara ; Gage, Emma ; Gage, Frank ; Gage, Harold ; Gage, Sidney
Local identifier:
Wilmette.News.270552
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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Frank Jared Gage dies; was early settler here