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John Hall Sage

John Hall Sage, American banker. Fellow American Ornithologists’ Union (secretary, 1889-1917 and president, 1917-1920), and American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Background

  • Sage, John Hall was born on April 20, 1847 in Portland, Connecticut, United States. Son of Charles Henry and Eliza (Hall) Sage.

  • Education

    • Education common and high schools, Portland and Bridgeport, Connecticut. (honorary Master of Science, Trinity, 1901).

    Career

    • Engaged in banking business at Portland, since 1873.

    Works

    • Author: Memorials and Other Gifts in Trinity Church, Portland, Connecticut, 1910. (with Doctor L. B. Bishop) The Birds of Connecticut, 1913. Trustee Berkeley Division School.

    Membership

    Fellow American Ornithologists’ Union (secretary, 1889-1917 and president, 1917-1920), and American Association for the Advancement of Science.

    Connections

    • Married Agnes Farwell Kellogg, September 16, 1880.
    • father: Charles Henry Sage
    • mother: Eliza (Hall) Sage
    • spouse: Agnes Farwell Kellogg
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    Died August 16, 1925
    (aged 78)
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