Fonds MCC73 - Gage Workman Montgomery

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Gage Workman Montgomery

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CA CC MCC73

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  • 1920-1929 (Creation)
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    Montgomery, Gage Workman

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1 folder of textual records

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(b. 1898)

Biographical history

Gage Workman Montgomery was born in Bedell Settlement, New Brunswick, in 1898, to Henry Workman Montgomery and Susie (nee Kennedy) Montgomery. In 1924, Gage W. Montgomery married, in Hartland, NB, Queenie V. Britton. Gage Montgomery was a notary public for the province of New Brunswick, a barrister, and a justice of the peace. He lived in east Florenceville, in the village of Bath, in the parish of Peel in Carleton County. He had at least one child, Barbara, and was a captain in the Carleton Light Infantry, located in Woodstock, NB.

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Fonds mainly consists of Gage Montgomery’s financial receipts. There are insurance invoices, dated 1925-1929, from the Confederation Life Association, Canada Life Assurance Company, Sun Life Company of Canada, and Mutual Life Assurance Company of Canada. The fonds also contains correspondence dated 1927 from cousin Gage, Nell, and Marilyn Montgomery in Washington and a 1921 certificate from the Loyal Orange Association of British America to Henry Montgomery. There are also original poems, a play, and stories written by Hugh R. Montgomery from Debec Junction and dated 1925.

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  • English

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