|Birth: ||Jun. 25, 1761|
|Death: ||Feb. 16, 1847|
By the time of the Revoluntionary War, Mathias and his family had moved from Lancaster County to Washington County, PA. He served nine months with Capt. T. Crooks at Lindley's Fort, PA, three months with Capt. Mathias Hook at Atkinson Fort, and four months with Capt. L. Brenton and Col. Crawford with whom he was on several scouting and spying parties until the close of the war. He was in the Washington County Militia. He was sometimes listed as Mathias "Tague" or "Tage."
As a farmer, Mathias resided on Ten Mile Creek, West Bethlehem Township, Washington County, PA, and attended Bethlehem Evangelical Lutheran Church.
By 1802, he had moved to the southwest part of Plain Township, Franklin County, OH, where he was appointed commissioner of Franklin County.
In 1833, he received a pension for his Revolutionary War Service.
Mathias was the son of Johann Friedrich Dague (Deg, Deeg, Tague) and Anna Maria Geysler. Mathias married Elizabeth ___. Their children: George, Mathias, John, Anna Marie, unknown son, Elizabeth Clouse Rodgers, Daniel, and Susana Huffman.
Johann Friedrich Dague (1736 - 1796)
Anna Maria Geysler Dague (1735 - 1813)
Elizabeth Dague (1757 - 1821)*
George Dague (1786 - 1861)*
John Dague (1791 - 1869)*
Elizabeth Dague Rogers (1796 - 1855)*
Daniel Dague (1800 - 1850)*
Mathias Dague (1761 - 1847)
Christina Dague Swickard (1765 - 1803)*
Mary Magdalene Dague Swickard (1769 - 1863)**
John Dague (1771 - 1838)*
Sousana Dague Rinehart (1775 - 1806)*
Andrew Dage (1775 - 1855)*
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Record added: Jul 27, 2006
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