|Birth: ||May 7, 1829|
East Coventry Township
|Death: ||Jun. 17, 1885|
ELHANON SAVAGE- 1885/Local Chester Co newspaper of 6/16/1885:Deaths:On June 7, at Crystal River, Hernando county, Fla., Elhanon SAVAGE, aged 56 years, formerly of East Coventry.
Montgomery Ledger, June 16, 1885
Elhanon Savage, aged 56 years, son of Nathaniel Savage, of Pottstown, died on the 7th inst., at Crystal River, Hernando County, Florida.
He formerly lived in East Coventry, Chester County, but went to Cedar Falls, Iowa, followed the occupation of farmer; becoming dissatisfied with Iowa on account of the cold and short seasons, he removed on the first of May last to Florida, where he was taken suddenly ill on June 14th and died in three days. His wife and an eight year old grand daughter were with him, but he leaves five children in Iowa.
The father of the deceased lives with Nathan Hoffman, on Hanover Street, Pottstown. Deceased was a nephew of the late Zenas Savage, and a cousin of Davis Savage, of East Coventry, Chester County.
NOTE: Elhanon SAVAGE was son of Nathanial and Esther (Smith) SAVAGE.)
Drafted in the Pennsylvania Infantry on October 16, 1862 at Philadelphia, PA/Civil War Soldier: 175 Regiment Co G. Discharged on August 5, 1863 as a Sergeant. Chester County: 175th Reg. Inf. PA - Drafted - Co. G Credit for research Diana Quinones.
Nathaniel B. Savage (1807 - 1888)
Esther Smith Savage (1807 - 1880)
Sophia Lachman Savage (1829 - 1903)*
Mary Esther Savage Shaner (1851 - 1877)*
Daniel Ringold Savage (1852 - 1925)*
Nathaniel Savage (1857 - 1938)*
Alfaretta Savage Williams (1859 - 1935)*
David Lincoln Savage (1861 - 1929)*
Harriet Isabelle Savage Nelson (1866 - 1945)*
Elhanan W. Savage (1829 - 1885)
Josiah D Savage (1831 - 1914)*
Mary Savage Hoffman (1833 - 1924)*
Specifically: Unknown burial site
Created by: Lisa
Record added: Feb 23, 2011
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Freedom is not free. Bless you for your service, great, great grandfather. Lisa|
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