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Sir John Gage, 1st Baronet

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Sir John Gage, 1st Baronet (died 3 October 1633) was an English baronet and landowner, and ancestor of the Viscounts Gage.

Gage was the son of Thomas Gage and Elizabeth Guilford.[1] He married Penelope Darcy, a daughter of Thomas Darcy, 1st Earl Rivers and Mary Kitson, on 28 June 1611. They had eight children. Through his mother-in-law, Gage came into the possession of Hengrave Hall in Suffolk which would later become the seat of his descendants, the Rokewode-Gage baronets. He was made a baronet, of Firle in Sussex in the Baronetage of England, by Charles I on 26 March 1622.[2] He was succeeded in his title by his eldest son, Thomas.[3] His third son, Edward, was also created a baronet. John Gage sister Elizabeth was the mother of English nun Dame Gertrude More

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  1. ^ John Debrett, The Baronetage of England (Volume 1, 1824), 315.
  2. ^ John Debrett, The Baronetage of England (Volume 1, 1824), 315.
  3. ^ John Debrett, The Baronetage of England (Volume 1, 1824), 315.
Baronetage of England
New creation Baronet
(of Firley)
Succeeded by
Sir Thomas Gage

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