Compiler: Virginia Easley DeMarce


The relationship between the Savage/Sauvage families of Clinton Co., N.Y. and the Savage families of Grand Isle Co., Vt. is not yet totally clear. The following information may provide some clues.

There was a PIERRE Sauvage (son of Gilles Sauvage and Marie Leblanc) who married 21 September 1750, Longue-Pointe, Montreal, Marie-Josephte Pepin (dau. of the late Jacques Pepin and Elisabeth Dufresne). Pierre m. (2), age 36, 16 July 1764, Notre-Dame-de-Montreal, Marie-Agathe Vallieres, age 36, (the late Pierre and Marguerite Gabory), widow of Jean Carre.

A JEAN-BAPTISTE Sauvage m. 23 November 1782, Chambly, Marie-Anne Robert (dau. of Joseph Robert and Madeleine Bourdon). This is one of those cases where dependence on the published repertoire leads to error. The Chambly repertoire identified this man as widower of Marie-Josette Pepin, but consultation of the original registers indicates that he was SON of Pierre Sauvage and the LATE Marie-Josette Pepin of the city and parish of Montreal. Witnesses to his marriage were his father Pierre Sauvage and his brother Pierre Sauvage. They had several children baptized at St-Mathias-


JOSEPH Sauvage (Pierre Sauvage and Marie-Josephte Pepin) m. 27 November 1791, Chambly, Marguerite Rocheleau (dau. of Antoine Rocheleau and Marie Dubord). He had many children who married at Chambly.

PIERRE Sauvage (Pierre and Marie-Josephte Pepin), age 23, m. 11 August 1772, Notre-Dame-de-Montreal, Felicite Viger, age 28 (the late Charles Viger and the late Madeleine Lefevre), widow of ... Bourdon.

FRANCOIS Sauvage (Jean-Baptiste and M.-Anne Robert) m. 21 June 1813, St-Mathias-sur-Richelieu, Marguerite Trouillet (Louis Trouillet and Marie Lacroix). [Trouillet dit Lajeunesse?]

(1) Joseph Israel Sauvage, bap. 1 October 1826, St-Cyprien-

de-Napierville, age 3 months, son of Francois Sauvage, farmer, and Marguerite Trouillet of Champlain.

(2) Maxime Sauvage. m. 05-08-1866, St. John the Baptist, Keeseville, N.Y., Elise St. Louis.

(3) Louis Sauvage. Baptized 6 October 1832, St-Cyprien-

de-Napierville. m. 29-10-1853, St. John the Baptist, Keeseville, N.Y., Euphemie Tremblay.

ISRAEL OCTAVE Sauvage, bap. 11 January 1825, Chambly, born 3 May 1824, Plattsburgh, son of Jean Baptiste Sauvage, farmer, and Lucy Curtis. Godfather Ambroise Sauvage and godmother Angelique Colin.

AMBROISE Sauvage (Jean-Baptiste and Marie-Anne Robert) m. 18 October 1819, St-Mathias, Marie Ponton (Andre Ponton and Isabelle Benoit).

JOSEPH Sauvage (Jean-Baptiste Sauvage and Marie-Anne Robert) m. 3 February 1806, St-Mathias, Marie-Francoise Mailloux (Andre Mailloux and Marie-Jeanne Bail).

PIERRE Sauvage. m. Marie Gauthier. Marriage record has not been located. POSSIBLY another son of Thomas Savage/Sauvage and Marguerite Marney dit Richelieu.


(1) Pierre Sauvage (Pierre Sauvage and Marie Gauthier), b. c. 1815. m. (1) 9 February 1836, St-Cyprien-de-

Napierville, Theotiste Breard/Brillan dit Laroche (Louis Brillan/Brilla/Breard dit Laroche and Elisabeth/Isabelle Normandin, of Lacolle); m. (2) 5 November 1850, Lacolle, Marie Patenaude, dau. of Jean-Baptiste Patenaude and Marie Giroux.

Pierre Sauvage, bap. 6 March 1836-buried 12 March 1836, Napierville.

Anonymous child, privately baptized, buried 31 July 1837, Napierville.

Philomene Sauvage, baptized 6 August 1838, Napierville.m. 11 May 1857, St-Bernard-de-

Lacolle, Eusebe Boutin.

Pierre Sauvage, baptized 15 December 1840, Napierville.

(2) Jean-Baptiste Sauvage, bap. conditionally 14/24 September 1833, St-Cyprien-de-Napierville, born 21 December 1818 in the U.S.A., son of Pierre Sauvage, farmer, and Marie Gauthier. Godfather Joseph Abraham Courville, godmother Eusebie Robert. The mother and godfather sign.

(3) Louis Savage (Pierre Savage and Marie Gauthier). m. 27 January 1846, St-Bernard-de-Lacolle, Julienne Caron (Joseph Caron and Marie-Louise Poissant).

Pierre Sauvage, buried 25 August 1854, St-Bernard-

de-Lacolle, aged about 14, son of Louis Sauvage and Julienne Caron of Champlain, N.Y.

Joseph Savage, son of Louis and Julienne Caron, m. 28 February 1876, St-Bernard-de-Lacolle, Rosalie Duquette (Medard and Marie Cusson)

Julienne Savage, dau. of Louis and Julienne Caron, m. (1) 1870, St-Bernard de Lacolle, J.B. Tavernier; m. (2) 1891, St-Bernard-de-Lacolle, Albert Lamoureux.

(4) Louise Sauvage, dau. of Pierre Sauvage and Marie Gauthier, m. 26 January 1847, St-Bernard-de-Lacolle, Julien Duquette (Etienne and Josephte Duquette).

Joseph Duquette of Lacolle, m. 10 June 1873, Napierville, Aglae Guilrie. Children m. at Lacolle.

Charles Duquette m. 1881, Lacolle, Exilda Caron.

Julien Duquette m. (1) 1868, Lacolle, Mathilde Trottier; m. (2) 1871, Lacolle, Marguerite Duquette (Medard and Marie Cusson).

J. B. Duquette (Julien and Marie Louise Savage) m. 1879, Lacolle. Helene Landry.

(5) Claire Sauvage, dau. of Pierre Sauvage and Marie Gauthier, baptized 21 June 1829, St-Cyprien-de-


(6) Charles Savage (Pierre Savage and Marie Gauthier), bap. 26 April 1831, St-Cyprien-de-Napierville. m. 4 May 1852, St-Bernard-de-Lacolle, Denise Caron (Joseph Caron and Marie-Louise Poissant).

??(7) Marie Anne Sauvage (parents omitted) m. 19 July 1836, Napierville, Joseph Brilla/Brillan/Breard dit Laroche (Louis and Elisabeth/Isabelle Normandin).

Marie Elisabeth Laroche m. 10 January 1854, Lacolle, David Bluteau. Probably baptized as Marie Isabelle Brilland, 27 November 1837, Napierville.

Joseph Brilland (Joseph and Marie-Anne Gauthier) baptized 16 April 1840, Napierville.

Antoine Laroche, baptized 15 June 1843, Napierville.

1. Thomas Sauvage/Lesauvage m. Marguerite Marney dit Richelieu. According to family traditions in papers provided to this compiler by Mr. John Bilow of Plattsburgh, N.Y., he was said to be French or from the Island of Guernsey, to have come with Lafayette and have served in the Revolution, and to have changed his name to Sauvage from Gardiner or LeIndien. The validity of any or all of the above is questionable. Thomas Savage d. 30 December 1817 in Plattsburgh, N.Y., "has left a family of 10 children" Plattsburgh Republican, 3 January 1818 (Bowman, Vital Statistics of Eastern New York).

Thomas Savage/Lesauvage/Sauvage married Marguerite Marney dit Richelieu, dau. of Louis Marney dit Richelieu, a French-Canadian soldier of the American Revolution settled in the Refugee Tract at Chazy, Clinton Co., N.Y., and later living nearer to Champlain. Canadian records indicate the following baptisms for them:

1.1 Thomas Sauvage. Baptized 18 June 1795, Chambly, Thomas, born 19 August 1793 of the legitimate marriage of Thomas Sauvage and of Margueritte Marne. Godparents: Francois Laraux and Victoire Scachet his wife.

1.2 Elizabeth Sauvage. Baptized 28 May 1797, Chambly, Elizabeth, b. 31 December l795 of the legitimate marriage of Thomas Sauvage and Marguerite Marnay. Godparents: Antoine Monty and Marie Josette Portugais, wife of Simon Bertrand. The mother present.

1.3 Louis Savage, d. 11 April 1864, age 66 years 6 months. Buried Trombly's Bay R.C. Cemetery, Clinton Co., N.Y. Baptized 29 June 1799, Chambly, Louis, born on Lake Champlain 19 September 1798 of the legitimate marriage of Thomas Sauvage, carpenter, and Marguerite Marne.

m. (1) c. 1820, Margaret Gokey/Marguerite Gauthier, d. 24 July 1842, age 43 years; Plattsburgh Republican, Lewis Savage m. Margaret Gocha in Plattsburgh, 31 December 1820 (paper dated 6 January 1821); m. (2) 21 December 1845, St. Joseph's,Corbeau, Coopersville, N.Y., Mary/Marie Monty, b. 15 June 1814--d. 11 February 1901, dau. of Joseph Monty and Marie Defayette.

1850 U.S. Census, Chazy, Clinton Co., N.Y.

Petition for settlement of his estate by the widow, Clinton Co., N.Y.

1.3.1 Clarisse Sauvage, b. c. 1822/23. m. 12 November 1866, Coopersville, Pierre Laforce, age 39, son of Guillaume Pepin dit Laforce and Therese/Celeste Rancourt/Renaud dit Deslauriers, widower of Helene Racicot. 1850 census.

1.3.2 Louis Sauvage m. 3 February 1845, Coopersville, Sophie Patnaude, dau. of Thomas Patenaude and Marie Paneau. 1864 resided at Black Brook.Went to North Adams, Mass., or Tupper Lake (contradictory information provided). Sophie Patnaude, wife of Louis Sauvage, died 7 December and buried 10 December 1866, Redford, N.Y., age 30(?). Witnesses Charles Graves and Pierre Pare. Louis Sauvage, bap. 2 May 1846, St. Joseph's Corbeau, Coopersville, N.Y., b. the 4th. Godparents: Louis Sauvage and Clary Sauvage. Charles Sauvage, bap. 20 March 1848, Coopersville. Laurent Sauvage, bap. 4 August 1850, St. Joseph's Corbeau, Coopersville, N.Y., b. 23 March. Godparents: Bruno Trombly and Anastasie Millet. Jacques Sauvage, baptized 17 June 1853, St. Peter's, Plattsburgh, N.Y., b. 4 March last. Godparents: Rene Laforce and Celeste Green. Marie Elisabeth Sauvage, b. 4 May l856, baptized 10 August 1856, Redford, N.Y. Godparents: Louis Anderson and Julie Graves. Julie Louise Sauvage, b. 3 August 1860, bap. 11 October 1863, Redford, N.Y. Godparents: Joseph Bessette and Mathilde Brien. Guillaume Sauvage, b. 9 July 1863, bap. 11 October 1863, Redford, N.Y. Godparents: Francois Barsalou and Henriette Freniere. Isidore Sauvage, b. 25 May 1866, bap. August 1866, Redford, N.Y. Godparents: Isidore Langlois and Merence Brunelle. Louis Sauvage, b. 25 May 1866, bap. 12 August 1866, Redford, N.Y. Godparents: Toussaint Anderson and Cezarine Perrot.

1.3.3 Charles Savage, b. l830. Resided Chazy, N.Y. m. Loisa Monty, dau. of Joseph and Mary (Lafayette/Defayette) Monty, before 16 January 1854. 1864 at Chazy, N.Y. Went to Lowell, Mass. If he is the Charles Savage on the l850 census of Beekmantown, Clinton Co., N.Y., he was b. c. 1826. Louise Henriette Sauvage, baptized 6 June 1864, Coopersville. Saray Sauvage, baptized l872, Coopersville.

1.3.4 Israel Sauvage, b. c. 1829 per census--d. age 47 years. m. 31 January 1859, Coopersville, Delphine Fiset, dau. of Fabien Fisette and Francoise Pelletier. Some traditions called her Delphine Laplant. He resided 1864 at Beekmantown. Delphine Hortense Evangeline Sauvage, bap. 12 January 1860, St. Peter's, Plattsburgh, N.Y., b. 26 November last. Godparents: Louis Sauvage and Francoise Pelletier. Carine "Conny" Eulalie Sauvage, bap. 7 June 1863, Coopersville. Lewis E. Savage. Louis Israel Edgard Sauvage, born 20 March, baptized 24 May 1865, St. Peter's, Plattsburgh, N.Y. Godparents: Louis Pelletier and Marie Fontaine. Fabien G. Sauvage, bap. 30 August 1868, Coopersville. George A. Savage. Charles Sauvage, b. 1 May, baptized 21 June 1871, St. Peter's, Plattsburgh, N.Y. Godparents: Pierre Laforce and Claire Sauvage.

1.3.5 Jean B. Sauvage, b. 1835 per census. m. 20 November 1865, Coopersville, N.Y., Delphine Beaucaire, minor, dau. of Eusebe Beaucaire dit Bigonesse and Josephine Tremblay. Julie Josephine Sauvage, bap. 16 September 1866, Coopersville. Coray Anne Sauvage, bap. 9 August 1868, Coopersville. Maude Savage. Dressmaker, m. Ira Abare. Probably the same as Rose "Manda" Sauvage, bap. 21 Dec. 1873, Coopersville. Evangeline Sauvage, bap. 21 Dec. 1879, Coopersville. Pearl Savage. m. Peter Ditto of Lowell. Peter Ditto, Jr. Dellas Savage. m. Frances Booth from Sciota, N.Y., dau. of _____ Booth and Sabrina Wilson. Edward Savage. Ethel Savage. m. Owen Forkey. Adelbert Savage. m. Eva Wilson. Harry McCarthy (adopted).

1.3.6 Janette/Jeannette Savage, b. c. 1838 per census. m. Patrick Flanagan. Had one child, d. age 4 years.

1.3.7 Aurilla/Aurelie Sauvage, b. c. 1833/41; 1840 per census. m. 4 January 1869, Coopersville, Albert Beaucaire dit Bigonesse/Bocare, age 32, son of Eusebe Beaucaire and Josephine Tremblay.

1.3.8 Marie Sauvage, bap. 15 Aug. 1847, b. June, St. Joseph's Corbeau, Coopersville, N.Y. Godparents: Etienne Mornay and Marie Fagut(?). As Mary Frances/Fanny Savage, a schoolteacher, b. 1847, m. James Mousseau.

1.3.9 William DeWitt Sauvage, bap. 15 August 1850, St. Joseph's Corbeau, Coopersville, N.Y, b. 27 May. Godparents: Eusebe Beaucaire and Emilie Marnay. m. Harriet Robarge. George Savage, died unmarried. Melton Savage, son, d. unm. Ella Savage. m. Napoleon St. Louis.

1.3.10 Antoinette Louise Sauvage, bap. 21 October 1855, St. Joseph's Corbeau, Coopersville, N.Y., b. 15 days ago. Godparents: Georges Anderson and Clary Gendron. Apparently predeceased her father.

1.4 Antoine Sauvage/Anthony Savage (son of Thomas Sauvage and Marguerite "Rocheleau")--d. before 13 May 1850. m. (this has to be a rehabilitation) 6 July 1845, St. Joseph's Corbeau, Coopersville, N.Y., Julie Monty. probably dau. of Joseph Monty and Marie Defayette. She married (2) at age 41, 13 May 1850, Coopersville, Samuel Luck, age 48, widower of Sale Lussier, son of Samuel Luck and Marie Cousineau.

1.4.1 George Sauvage, buried 10 February 1845, Coopersville, age 4 years.

1.4.2 Marie Sauvage, bap. 19 Jan 1845, St. Joseph's Corbeau, Coopersville, N.Y., b. 13 February 1844. Godparents: Louis Sauvage and Sophie Patnaude.

1.4.3 Honore Sauvage, bap. 5 March 1846, St. Joseph's Corbeau, Coopersville, b. 3 December. Godparents: Albert DeFayette and Margueritte Denotte.

1.4.4?? Lore Ann/Laura Sauvage, bap. 5/13 June 1847, St. Joseph's Corbeau, Coopersville, N.Y., b. 20 January. Godparents: Albert deFayette and Claray Sauvage. She m. William Waterson and lived in Lowell, Mass.

1.4.5 Joel Savage. m. Marian Gilbert. Went west.

1.4.6 Rosella Savage. m. Dr. _____ Murray from California and settled in N.D.

1.4.7 Arvilla Savage. m. Levi Lewis of Plattsburgh, N.Y. Fannie Lewis. Curator at the Kent Delord House. Ernest Lewis. Killed in the fall of a silo. Bertha Lewis. m. _____ _____. Lived on Isle la Motte, VT.

1.4.8 Fannie Savage.

1.4.9 Thomas Madison Savage. m. Julia Monty, dau. of Joseph and Margaret (Gregoire) Monty. Ida Savage. Unmarried. Lived at Lowell, Mass. Asa Savage. Moved to Mass. Austin Anthony Savage. Lived at Wallingford, Ct. Harry Savage. Doctor in Syracuse, N.Y. Ira Savage.

1.5 Michel Sauvage, b. 26 September 1806, Plattsburgh, N.Y. m. Judith/Julie Laplante. 1854 went to Antioch, Lake Co., Ill. 1850 U.S. Census, Beekmantown, Clinton Co., N.Y.

1.5.1 Joseph Savage, b. c. 1837, N.Y.

1.5.2 Harriet Savage, b. c. 1840, N.Y.

1.5.3 Ezekiel Savage, b. c. 1841, N.Y.

1.5.4 Jeremiah Savage, b. c. 1842, N.Y.

1.5.5 Jacob Sauvage, bap. 3 July 1844, St. Joseph's Corbeau, Coopersville, Clinton Co., N.Y. b. 1st of the month at Pointe-aux-Roches. Godparents Jacob Laplante and Reine Fredette.

1.5.6 Louis Sauvage, bap. 29 August 1846, St. Joseph's Corbeau, Coopersville, N.Y., b. the 17th. Godparents: Louis Sauvage and Julie Monty.

1.5.7 Gerge (sic) Sauvage, bap. 19 May 1850, b. the 6th, St. Joseph's Corbeau, Coopersville, N.Y. Godparents: Joseph Grigoire and Clary Gendron.

1.6 Francois Sauvage, b. c. 1809. Baptized 21 March 1812, Lacadie, Francois, age 2 1/2, son of Thomas Lesauvage, carpenter, and Marguerite Marne, domiciled on Lake Champlain. Godparents: Nicolas Martin and Marie Giroux.

Probably same as the following man:

Francis Savage, b. c. 1804, N.Y. m. (1) Julia Snay/Sinais, resided Pointe-aux-Roches, Clinton Co., N.Y.; m. (2) Matilda _____, b. c. 1825, Canada. 1850 U.S. Census, Saranac, Clinton Co., N.Y.

Frank Savage. m. Matilda _____. The same as Francis Savage, d. 19 September 1884, age 84, and wife Matilda Chantile, d. 23 March 1891, age 66. Both buried Plattsburgh, N.Y. The 2nd wife was Mathilde Quintal dit Fontaine.

1.6.1 Jean-Baptiste Sauvage/John Savage/Joseph Savage, b. July 1829/1830/1833, Plattsburgh, N.Y., Vt. or Canada/b. 18 July 1830, Saranac, N.Y.--d. 21 September 1920, son of Frank and _____ (Snay) Savage. Tombstone says b. 1830--d. 1920. m. c. 1852/55, Adeline Rock, b. Aug. 1835/36/15 July 1834, Canada, dau. of Lewis and Maria (Germain) Rock--d. 3 November 1928, South Hero, Vt., age 94 years 3 Months 15 days, dau. of Lewis Rock and Mabel Belile. Tombstone says b. 1836--d. 1928.Both buried Grand Isle Cemetery. 1870, 1880, 1900 census, Grand Isle, Vt. 1880 census, Mable Rock, female, age 74, born Canada, is a boarder in their household.

The following is PROBABLY a very confused marriage record for the above couple with the bride listed as the mother of the groom:

Jean Sauvage (Francois Sauvage and Adelaide Rocque)

m. 31 October 1852, St. Joseph's, Burlington, Vt.

Mathilde Lafontaine (Louis Lafontaine and Marie Belisle)

Adelaide was dau. of Louis Rock/Rocque and Marie Germain-Belisle. See ROCK family, Second Line. Matilde Lafontaine was probably the stepmother of the groom. John Savage, b. c. 1853, Vt. m. 13 February 1876, Grand Isle, Vt., Cordelia Sylvester, dau. of Henry and Sarah Ann (Billings) Sylvester. As Jean-Baptiste Sauvage, son of J.B. and Adelaide Roque, b. 21 September last, bap. 22 September 1853, St. Joseph's, Burlington, Vt. Godparents: Louis Roque and Marie Germain. Adeline/Adelaide Savage, b. 2 December 1854--bap. 4 November 1855, St. Joseph's, Burlington, Vt.--d. 1927. m. 1 July 1871, South Hero, Vt., John Bushway, b. 1851, Mooers, N.Y.--d. 1916, buried Grand Isle Cemetery, son of John and Florence (Parot) Bushway. Lewis/Louis Savage, b. 19 January 1858, Grand Isle, Vt. Baptized 1 January 18 , St. Rose de Lima, South Hero, Vt. Godparents Louis Roc and L. Lacroix. m. 10 April 1882, Grand Isle, Vt., Betsy Ellis, 18, dau. of Henry and Sadilia M. (Kent) Ellis. Mary Elizabeth Savage, b. 24 October 1859, Grand Isle, Vt.--d. 22 April 1882, Grand Isle, Vt. m. 13 February 1876, Grand Isle, Vt., Joseph Napoleon Baker, son of Louis and Justine (Rabyor/Robillard) Baker/Belanger. Death record as Elizabeth (Savage) Betongle. Bap. Isabelle Savage, St. Rose de Lima, South Hero, Vt. Godparents: Joseph Beaumartin/Caumartin(?) and Rose Roc. Philena Savage, b. c. 1862, Vt. Matilda Savage, b. c. 1863/64, Vt. Marie Domitille Sauvage, bap. 19 April 1863, St. Peter's, Plattsburgh, N.Y., b. 14 March last. Godmother: Domitille Quintal. m. 15 July 1883, Grand Isle, Vt., Edward Cassidy. Ephraim/Ephrem Savage, b. c. 1865, Vt. Bap. 5 July 1865, St. Rose de Lima, South Hero, Vt. Godparents: Ephrem Dupho and Mary Lay. m. 19 November 1884, Grand Isle, Vt., Naomi Poquette, dau. of Reuben and Azilla (Chagnon) Poquette. Julia Mary Savage, b. 3 December 1868, Grand Isle, Vt. m. (1) 9 March 1886, Grand Isle, Vt., Charles Wilcox, age 31, son of John Wilcox and Lucretia Gordon; Divorced 1886; m. (2), age 23, December 1893, Colchester, Vt., Edwin Paquette, age 21, son of Reuben and Elizabeth (Shonion) Paquette.

1.6.2 Mitchael Savage, b. c. 1832, N.Y. cf. #3.

1.6.3 Francis Savage, b. c. 1834, N.Y. Cf. #2.

1.6.4 Joseph Sauvage, baptized 6 January 1839, St. John the Baptist, Plattsburgh, N.Y. Godparents: Francis Trudell and Mary Sauvage.

1.6.5 Mary E. Savage, b. c. 1839, N.Y.

1.6.6 Eunice Savage, b. c. 1841, Saranac, N.Y.--d. 6 March 1875, Grand Isle, Vt. m. c. 1868, Joseph Patnode, b. Isle aux Noix, Canada, son of Leon and Marie-Henriette (Trempe) Patnode.

1.6.7 Peter Savage, b. c. 1842, Saranac, N.Y.--d. 21 May 1876, Grand Isle, Vt. m. 16 November 1865, Grand Isle, Vt., Julia Santor, 16, b. N.Y., dau. of Mitchell and Mary Ann (Cootware) Santor. Religious ceremony m. 3 February 1865, St. Rose de Lima, South Hero, Vt., Pierre Savage of Grand Isle to Julie St. Onge of this parish. She m. (2) John Troville Jr. Elizabeth Savage, d. 6 August 1867, Grand Isle, Vt., age 4 months 9 days. Peter Savage, d. 5 December 1872, Grand Isle, Vt., age 1 year 4 months 27 days. Charles Henry Savage, b. 21/26 March 1870, Grand Isle, Vt. Mary Ann Savage, b. 7 October 1872. m. Frank Troville. Maggie Savage, b. 20 November 1875, Grand Isle, Vt. m. John E. Perkins.

1.6.8 Louis Sauvage, b. 7 September 1844, bap. 2 March 1845, St. Joseph's Corbeau, Coopersville, Clinton Co., N.Y. Godparents: George Anderson and Clarise Gendron.

1.6.9 Domitile Sauvage, bap. 28 July 1850, St. John the Baptist, Plattsburgh, N.Y., b. 26 March 1850, dau. Francois Sauvage and Domitile Coutard. Godparents: Baptiste Fontaine and Marie An Bulrice.

1.6.10 Moyse Savage/Savard, bap. 10 September 1854, St. Peter's, Plattsburgh, N.Y., age 7 months. Godparents: Gabriel Fontaine and Mathilde Damas.

1.6.11 Julie Caroline Sauvage, b. 27 July last, baptized 4 December 1858, St. Peter's, Platts- burgh, N.Y. Godparents: Paul Fontaine and Eugenie Belanger.

1.6.12 Mary Ann Savage. Marie Anne Sauvage, bap. 9 April 1861, St. Peter's, Plattsburgh, N.Y., b. 12 December 1860. Godparents: Hyacinthe/Chrysanthe Fontaine and Anastasie Brisson. m. 14 May 1876, Grand Isle, Vt., John Oliver Dennis, son of Frank and Philena (Rabior) Dennis.

1.6.13 Thomas/Damase Sauvage, b. 31 March, baptized 19 April 1863, St. Peter's, Plattsburgh, N.Y. Godparents: Jean Baptiste Sauvage and Adelaide Roch.

1.6.14 Marie Emma Savage, b. 6 December 1867, baptized 27 September 1868, St. Peter's, Plattsburgh, N.Y. Godparents: J. Bte Bouvier and Mathilda Sauvage.

1.7 Marie Sauvage, b. c. 1810. Baptized conditionally 21 March 1812, Lacadie, Marie, age 19 months, dau. of Thomas Lesauvage, carpenter, and Marguerite Marne, domiciled on Lake Champlain. Godparents: Joseph Lord and Marie Boileau.

1.8 _____ Savage. Possibly the Pierre Sauvage m. to Marie Gauthier?

1.9 _____ Savage. Possibly the Jean Baptiste Sauvage m. to Lucy Curtis of Plattsburgh? Or did that man belong to the Chambly/St-Mathias-sur-Richelieu family?

1.10 _____ Savage. Possibly the Jozette Savage m. 31 December 1822 by Rev. Frederick Halsey to James Christian, Plattsburgh Republican, 4 January 1823 (Bowman, Vital Statistics of Eastern New York).

Or, possibly the Margaret Savage who m. 20 September 1812, both of Plattsburgh, John G. Freligh, in Plattsburgh: The Plattsburgh Republican, 25 September 1812. (See Bowman, Vital Statistics of Eastern New York).

2. Francis Savage, b. c. 1839/43, Vt. or N.Y.--d. 1907. Co. B, 1 Wis. Cavl. 1890 Special Schedule, South Hero, Vt.m. Addie L./Adeline/Laura A. Shurtleff, b. October 1843/1844, Ill., dau. of Guy and Laura (Marsh) Shurtleff (her parents b. Vt.)--d. 1914/4 May 1916, Grand Isle, Vt., age 71 years 8 months 4 days. 1900 census, Grand Isle, Vt.

2.1 Lewis N. Savage, b. September 1875, Iowa.

2.2 Sierra Nevada Savage. m. 10 September 1884, South Hero, Vt., Andrew Baker, son of Lewis and Justina (Rabyor/Robillard) Baker/Belanger.

2.3 Linda May Savage, b. c. 1873, West Branch, Iowa. m. 30 April 1891, South Hero, Vt., Joseph LaRose, 25, son of Joseph and Rosalie (Goyette) LaRose.

2.4 Laura E. Savage, b. c. 1871, Wis. m. 30 April 1891, South Hero, Vt., Jed J. Troville, 24, son of Lewis and Ellen (Paro) Troville.

3. Mitchell/Michel Savage, b. c. 1833--d. 22 February 1863, Fort Mass, D.C. m. 21 July 1861, Grand Isle, Vt., Adelia Bruly/Adelaide heurtal(?), age 16. Civil War Service, 11th Regt. She m. (2) 4 February 1864 at Plattsburgh, N.Y., Adam St. Onge/Stone. Cf. # 1.6.2.

3.1 Mary Elizabeth Savage, b. 22 September 1862, Grand Isle, Vt. Bap. Isabelle Savage, 1863, St. Rose de Lima, South Hero, Vt. Godparents: Leon Perrot and Marie Germain.

4. Charles Sauvage. 3 October 1836 witness for the naturalization of John Graves of Peru, Clinton Co., N.Y. States that he has known Graves in the U.S. since 1 January 1823.

On 9 December 1838, at Keeseville (records of St. John the Baptist, Plattsburgh, N.Y.) was baptized Sera Ellen, dau. of Charles Sauvage and Josephefa Sney. Sponsors: Joseph Lagard and Julia Sney.

5. Marie Sauvage. Buried 18 August 1854, St. Peter's, Plattsburgh, N.Y., the body of Joseph Patnaud, died evening before last at the age of 31 years, spouse of Marie Sauvage, domiciled at Keetesville. Witnesses: Louis St. Michel and Joseph Tessier.

5.1 Henriette Patenaude, bap. 19 June 1853, St. Peter's, Plattsburgh, N.Y. Godparents: Francois Patenaude and Marie Raymond.

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