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John Henry Saxe in NY

K. Everlith (View posts)
Posted: 20 Apr 2000 5:41AM GMT
looking for info on this family from NY- My grandfather was born Harley Henry Saxe in 1908 to a John Saxe and Althea Norton- any help?

Don't know you're ancester but

Andrew F. Saxe (View posts)
Posted: 14 Jun 2000 3:41PM GMT
I am a descendent of Johannes Sachse of Bad Langensalza, Germany, who came to this country in 1750, and finally settled in northern Vermont (Highgate). He had numerous children, one of whom was Peter, who son in turn was Charles Jewett Saxe (my great-great-grandfather). Charles Jewett had a brother named John Godfrey Saxe - the poet. His son in turn might have been named John (my great-grandfather, John Walter Saxe, was named for his uncle. He had three children - 1900, 1902 (my grandfather) and 1905. It is quite possible he had a first cousin, also named John, was having children around the same time. I recall my uncle saying that the Saxes eventually left Vermont for Massachusetts (my great-grandfather to Boston, his brother to Worcester) and others to New York.

You might want to look up the late 19th century poet John Godfrey Saxe to find some biographical information.

The location and dates seem to correspond. This line of Saxes is German Protestant.

Don't know if this is helpful.

thank you

Karie-anne (View posts)
Posted: 15 Jun 2000 6:13AM GMT
I have a few other names to run by you if you have the time. Could you see if there are any born Leonard, Alma Edna and Alfred from the NY line? From what I have heard they were from there before moving to CT in fact both my great grandparents lived there and have social security #s that were issued there. Any help would be great as I have nobody to ask questions of.

Saxe Family

Posted: 16 Nov 2000 8:24PM GMT
Edited: 1 Mar 2003 2:33AM GMT
William Francis Saxe had one brother, Alfred Saxe. I think his father was also named Alfred Saxe. William F. was a bookkeeper for a large coffee firm in NYC, was lead tenor at church of the heavenly rest, played violin, and married a women named Elizabeth Scott (or Elizabeth Scott Douglas.) His great grandfather or grandfather married a woman whose maiden name was Keith. His father may have married an Elizabeth Saxe. The Saxe's were a very literary family. Any connections out there?

Saxe in NY

Bernetta Graham (View posts)
Posted: 16 Dec 2000 7:27AM GMT
I have an Constantine Sax(e) born in NY in 1822?, married Louisa Sanford of Jefferson Co.in 1855, Had four or five children before moving to MN. His son Charles, my ggrandfather, in a article in 1876 mentioned he was related to a poet of the same name. Y Saxe I assume. You may reply sby message board or e-mail. bjacgraham@aol.com. Anything would be helpful. Bernie Graham(MN)

saxe family

Posted: 16 Dec 2000 1:43PM GMT
Edited: 24 Feb 2005 2:32PM GMT
I have a great-great grandfather Sterling Saxe who was married to an Elizabeth in PA
Posted: 17 Dec 2000 8:48PM GMT
Edited: 23 Aug 2001 9:42PM GMT
Dave E Mail me RODEO39@aol.com

lots of us from John Saxe/Johannes Sachse

Posted: 30 Mar 2001 9:31PM GMT
Edited: 17 Jan 2003 2:08AM GMT
I have a partial genealogy from 1930 that would help a lot of us. I just sent it to someone on rootsweb worldconnect. I am not sure how much of it they will post or how long that will take, but I am willing to look up Saxes born before 1930.
Posted: 30 Mar 2001 9:37PM GMT
Edited: 17 Jan 2003 2:08AM GMT
I have a lot of info on our common ancestor, but I think you may know some things I don't. I would like to share information with you. I am interested in finding out more about his German roots and documenting, if possible his early years in this country.
Posted: 1 Apr 2001 11:08AM GMT
Edited: 17 Jan 2003 2:08AM GMT
You may be part of another Saxe family - a Jacob Saxe or Sax is said to have come to America during the Revolutionary War as a Hessian soldier. Son Elias b. Stillwater NY 7.29.1794 M. Sally Person had 6 chil.,1 named Constantine. No known link to poet.
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