Famous Family Connections

I have recently taken closer notice of a neat (albeit, questionable) feature of WikTree called Connections.  This feature tells you who you are related to by direct “most recent common ancestor” (MRCA), as cousins through marriage, and directly descended from (this would be the most questionable to be taken with a grain of salt…read on). I … Continue reading Famous Family Connections

Oldest – Moses Gage and Beyond

52 Ancestors

As I have mentioned in earlier posts (probably once or twice), our Gage line arrived in the New World around 1633 with the Winthrop fleet, making them the oldest new world family in our lineage.  But in my musings I have been a little befuddled in the story of James Gage, father of Isaac Gage, our American Revolution ancestor.  Regardless … Continue reading Oldest – Moses Gage and Beyond

James Gage

James Gage is where I have been a little unsure of our Gage line.  I know Isaac Gage is the son of James Gage and Rebecca as recorded in Pelham County, New Hampshire transcribed records.  But who was James Gage?  I cast my net about New Hampshire. I found one James Gage death record in … Continue reading James Gage