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In memory of John Elijah Gale, my Paternal 3rd Great-Grandfather on the DANIELS branch.


Siskiyou County Marriages, Book 1, Page 37.

  • 1850 Census Fox, Davis, Iowa
  • 1860 Census Waldo, Josephine, Oregon
  • 1870 Census Olympia, Thurston, Washington
  • 1880 Census Union Town, Jackson, Oregon
  • 1900 Census Mountain, Siskiyou, California
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John Elijah Gale

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1832 July



1858 Mar 12

Siskiyou County, California





Mount Shasta Memorial Park

Mount Shasta, Siskiyou, CA


John E. Gale was born in Illinois in 1832. He married Mary Jane Loveland in Siskiyou County, California, on March 12, 1858 and married* second on April 6, 1876, to Adelia C. Corder, at Douglas, Oregon. He died in California in 1906. He is buried in Mount Shasta Memorial Park in Mount Shasta, Siskiyou County, California.


(Thank you to Ancestry user rkivett142 for sharing the marriage date/place of John and Mary's marriage).


John Elijah Gale & Mary Jane Loveland were the parents of my ancestor,

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