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adjutant general New Mexico

Charles Gurdon Sage, adjutant general New Mexico. Decorated Distinguished Service Medal, Bronze Star, Purple Heeart. Served as Second lieutenant 326th Field Artillery, World War I; member Jicarilla Apache Tribe, 1965.; Mason (32°, Shriner), Lion.

Background

Sage, Charles Gurdon was born on April 10, 1895 in Sparks, Kansas, United States. Son of Charles Franklin and Sophronia Stewart (Jackson) Sage.

Education

Student Occidental College, 1913-1917.

Career

Public The Deming (New Mexico) Headlight (weekly newspaper), 1926-1941, 49—, The Deming Graphic, weekly, since 1948, Deming Headlight, Deming Graphic, Lordsburg (New Mexico) Liberal, Silver City (New Mexico) Enterprise, Hatch (New Mexico) Reporter. Director New Mexico Civilian Detroit, 1949-1950.

Membership

Served as Second lieutenant 326th Field Artillery, World War I. Member Jicarilla Apache Tribe, 1965. Mason (32°, Shriner), Lion.

Connections

Married Dorothy Louise Haynes, June 1, 1924. Children: Dorothy Charline, Mary Louise.

father:
Charles Franklin Sage

mother:
Sophronia Stewart (Jackson) Sage

spouse:
Dorothy Louise Haynes

children:
Dorothy Charline Sage

Mary Louise Sage