Monday, August 13, 2012

LOUIS ABRAHAM STAGGE 1894-1969

This picture was behind the one of Lura Minnie.

A little better copy of that picture of Lura Minnie.

A leather bifold with picture of Laura Minnie Parker Stagge. The words at the bottom under the musical staff with notes says "The Girl I Left Behind Me." Louis carried this with him when he went to war in France during World War I.



1960

Denise Stagge Roman's photo.
Ogden City Cemetery
Ogden, Utah United States

Memories of Louis Stagge by his granddaughter Margo Stagge Loftus

When Louis was two years old, his mother died, and he went to live with relatives. He lived with his sister Millie for awhile. When he was about 10 years old, he started to make his own living. As a teenager he worked for the Thornley family, herding sheep in Morgan, Utah. He went to Uintah and Layton schools. 

On July 20, 1917, he enlisted in the 5th regiment of the Marine Corp and served during WW1. He went to Mare Island, California and then to Quantico, Virginia. He then went to Belgium and France. When the Armistice was signed, he went to Germany and served in the Army of Occupation. On August 1, 1919, he got an honorable discharge and came home. In 1926 he went to Minneapolis to work for three months. His father died while he was there. (This info was written by Ralph Stagge in 1938 as part of a genealogy class.) 

Louis worked for Sperry Mills (on 30th below Wall Avenue) for several years making flour. While working there he broke his leg. Then he opened Ogden Weber Auto Salvage on Lincoln Ave. (He was partners with Mark Parker and Gene Jones.) Then he bought them out and had the business until 1942. He built a shop there and would sell old and new car parts. He had lots of wrecked cars there. Many people never paid him, so he sold the business to Shorty and went to work for Swifts - cutting up meat. In 1944 he went to work for the railroad as a car inspector and retired from there in 1960. 

He and grandma lived on Wall Avenue, and he raised pigs and chickens. Sometime after 1946, they moved into a home at 3052 Jefferson in Ogden that they had been building for a few years. They had made the plans for the house and did some of the work, with Delbert helping also. They also built a garage at the back of the house. 

He didn't have time for a lot of hobbies, but liked to go deer hunting and fishing at Pine View. After grandma died, he never went fishing again. 

I remember grandpa as always laughing and teasing. He would dance around the back yard at family gatherings. He loved to watch wrestling matches and women's roller derby on TV. After grandma died, his personality changed - he wasn't as happy, was more serious. He also started going to church after grandma died. He died of emphysema in a rest home on February 20, 1969.

LIFE STORY OF LOUIS ABRAHAM STAGGE

My father’s name is Louis Abraham Stagge. His father’s name was William Stagge, and his mother’s name was Elizabeth Birt. He had two brothers and one sister. He was born in Uintah, Utah, November 13, 1894. When he was two years old, his mother died, so he lived with relatives. When he was about ten years old, he earned his own living.

He went to the Uintah and Layton Utah schools. On July 30, 1917, he enlisted in the 5th regiment of the Marine Corps. He went to Mare Island, California, and then to Quantico, Virginia. He then went to Belgium and France. When the Armistice was signed, he went to Germany and served in the army of Occupation. On August 1, 1919, he got an honorable discharge and came home.

On December 1, 1919, he married Lura Minnie Parker, a resident of Clinton, Utah. In 1926, he went to Minneapolis to work for three months. His father died while he was there.

He had four sons and one daughter; Marvin Louis, Velda May, Delbert Earl, Ralph J and Floyd Stagge.
(The above was written by Ralph Stagge in 1938 as part of a genealogy class.)

Louis Abraham Stagge
My father's name is Louis Abraham Stagge. His mother's name is Elizabeth Birt, and his father's name is William Stagge. He had two brothers and one sister. He was born in Uintah, Utah, November 13, 1894. When he was two years old his mother died. So he had to live with his relatives. He went to the Uintah and Layton schools. In 1926 he went to Minneapolis to work for three months. A few days after he arrived there he got word that his father died. He enlisted in the Fifth regiment of the Marine Corp July 30, 1917. He went from there to Mare Island, California, and then to Quantico, Virginia. He went from there to France and then into Belgium. When the armistice was signed he went to Germany and served in the army of occupation. August 1, 1919, he got an honorable discharge and came home. December 3, 1919, he married Lura Minnie Parker. They had four sons and one daughter.
Written by his daughter, Velda May Stagge

My Father's Life Story
My father's name is Louis A. Stagge.  He was the son of Elizabeth Burt and William Stagge.  He was born in Uintah, Utah November 13, 1894.  His mother died when he was two years old and also his younger brother.  His sister and two other brothers and himself had to go live with relatives.  At the age of ten he had to earn his own living.  He was a student of the Uintah and Layton School.

In 1917 he enlisted in the fifth regiment of the Marine Corp.  He went with the Marine Corp to Mare Island, California, and Quantico, Virginia.  Then they set sail for France and Belgium.  When the Armistice was signed he went to Germany and served in the army of occupation.  He was given an honorable discharge August 1, 1919.  He has many awards for expert rifleman and different things.

He was married to Lura Minnie Parker, daughter of Joseph Parker and Minnie May Jost Parker on December 3, 1919.  He is the father of four sons and one daughter.

In 1926 he went to Minneapolis, Minnesota, to work for the American Can.  He was employed there for three months.  A few days after he arrived at Minneapolis he received word that his father died.  His brother also died the same year by burning to death.

He has been employed with the Speery Flour Company, Royal Canning Factory, Steam Shovel, and he now owns the Weber Auto Salvage Company.

He belongs to the Mormon Church and is now a member of the First Ward.  He was baptized in the Church in about 1903.  His favorite sport is baseball.
Written by Velda May Stagge in her Book of Remembrance

Back Row: Altha Sarah Parker, Odell Holt Sessions, Lajean Sessions; front row: Velda May Stagge, Louis Abraham Stagge, Delbert Stagge, Marvin Louis Stagge



Granddaughter Margo Stagge (Loftus)’s Memories
(Ralph Stagge’s daughter)
The thing that I remember most about grandpa is that he was always laughing and teasing us. Teasing everyone. We would go to their house every Sunday afternoon, and the first thing he would do is ask me if I had any boyfriends yet. Then he would laugh and laugh. I don’t remember any other conversations with him. On Sunday’s when we went there he would always be watching TV – either the wrestling matches or the women’s roller derby. We would sit and watch those the whole time we were there. I don’t remember him as being serious – just always laughing and teasing. I remember that he smoked. I also remember when we would have family reunions there – he would always pretend to be dancing in the yard and would laugh and laugh.

When grandma died on September 12, 1966, his personality seemed to change. He wasn’t as happy and was more serious. He would always have the door locked when we would come to visit. He started to go to church also after she died. He died in a rest home of emphysema on February 20, 1969.

Granddaughter JoAnn Stagge (Miller)’s Memories
(Marvin Stagge’s daughter)

Every summer we would go to Utah and visit Grandma and Grandpa Stagge. He loved to tease and would tickle my brother Gary until he would be crying (not sad, just from laughing so hard). Once when they came to visit us in California, he told Gary and I that he would buy us each a half gallon of ice cream if we could eat it at one sitting. I think Gary was able to eat his, but I got sick and had to quit.

Whenever we visited in the summers, he would take us to the grocery store and treat us to some goodies.

I do remember that he worked for the railroad for most of his life. After Grandma died and when he became ill from the emphysema, my mother and father moved from California to live with him and take care of him.

Nineteen Seek Permits for Building Work
Nineteen applications to build or remodel residential and other structures in Ogden were filed with the city engineer's office.

...Louis Stagge to build a house of the east side of Jefferson, between Patterson and Thirty-first, $7,530....
The Ogden (Utah) Standard-Examiner, May 21, 1946

Birth announcement for Velda May Stagge lists "Louis A. and Laura M. Parker Stagge, 3248 Lincoln, girl."
The Standard Examiner, June 12, 1922

Articles Stolen
PINE VIEW - Lewis Stagge, 3052 Jefferson, reported the theft of two fishing reels, one pole and a gallon Thermos jug from his car parked at Cemetery point here.
Ogden Standard-Examiner, July 24, 1963.


While in service (on the left).

Military Service Card reads:

STAGGE, Louis, Army serial number: 119,326

Residence: Kaysville, Davis, Utah

Enlisted in the United States Marine Corps at Salt Lake City, Utah on August 7, 1917.

Place of birth:  South Weber, Utah.  Date of birth: November 13, 1895

Organizations served in, with dates of assignments and transfers:  Mare Island August 7, 1917.  119th Co Quantico November 8, 1917.  Hdqrs Det. 1st Repl Batt January 18, 1918.  France February 25, 1918.  Supply Co 5th Reg March 28, 1918. Quantico August 9, 1919

Grades, with date of appointment:  Corporal February 9, 1918.

Engagements: Toulon Sec.Aisne Def.Chateau Thierry Sec. Aisne Marne Off. Soissons.Marbache Sec.St Lihiel Off.Meuse Argonne, Champagne. Crossed Meuse River. Army of Occupation.

Woulds or other injuries received in action: (nothing written)

Served overseas from February 25, 1918 to July 25, 1919.

Exit from service August 13, 1919.  Character: Excellent.

Remarks:  Award d Fourragere.

Source Citation

Utah State Archives and Records Service; Salt Lake City, Utah; Military Service Cards, ca. 1898-1975; Creating Agency: Department of Administrative Services, Division of Archives and Records Service; Series: 85268; Reel: 40

Source Information

Ancestry.com. Utah, Military Records, 1861-1970 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011.

U.S. Marine Corps Muster Rolls, 1798-1940 about Louis Stagge
Name: Louis Stagge
Muster Date: August 1917, September 1917, November 1917
Enlistment Date: 7 August 1917
Rank: Private
Station: Company "F", Marine Barracks, Navy Yard, Mare Island, California

Name: Louis Stagge
Muster Date: November 1917
Enlistment Date: 7 August 1917
Rank: Private
Station: 119th Company Marine Barracks, Quantico, Virginia

Name: Louis Stagge
Muster Date: December 1917
Enlistment Date: 7 August 1917
Rank: Private
Station: 119th Company, Training Battalion, 6th Regiment, Mb. Quantico, Virginia

Name: Louis Stagge
Muster Date: October 1917
Enlistment Date: 7 August 1917
Rank: Private
Station: Company "F", Marine Barracks, Navy Yard, Mare Island, California

Name: Louis Stagge
Muster Date: October 1918
Enlistment Date: 7 August 1917
Rank: Private
Station: Headquarters First Replacement Battalion, Mb, Quantico, Virginia

Name: Louis Stagge
Muster Date: January 1918
Enlistment Date: 7 August 1917
Rank: Private
Station: 119th Company, 1st Replacement Battalion, Mb, Quantico, Virginia

Name: Louis Stagge
Muster Date: February 1918
Enlistment Date: 7 August 1917
Rank: Corporal
Station: 84th Company, 3rd Battalion, 6th Regiment
Promoted to Corporal temporary foreign technical appointment for duty as wagoner; auth Co *

Name: Louis Stagge
Muster Date: April 1918
Enlistment Date: 7 August 1917
Rank: Corporal
Station: Supply Company, Fifth Regiment
SD, Teamster

Name: Louis Stagge
Muster Date: June 1918
Enlistment Date: 7 August 1917
Rank: Corporal
Station: Headquarters Company, 5th Regiment, U S Marines, A E F
1-7, SD, teamster.8-30, On det d with Hdqts co.

Name: Louis Stagge
Muster Date: July 1918
Enlistment Date: 7 August 1917
Rank: Corporal
Station: Supply Company, Fifth Regiment, American Ef
SD Teamster (a few lines down It lists a Marine as a "Horseshoer"

Name: Louis Stagge
Muster Date: July 1919
Enlistment Date: 7 August 1917
Rank:
Station: Addenda Roll Aef
EH#16 5/31/19 jd fr FH#15 Tonsillitis, 5/31/19 tr to EH#49. EH#49 5/31/19 fr EH#16 Vincent Agnia.

Name: Louis Stagge
Muster Date: October 1918
Enlistment Date: 7 August 1917
Rank: Corporal
Station: Supply Company, Fifth Regiment, American Ef
SD Teamster

Name: Louis Stagge
Muster Date: January 1919
Enlistment Date: 7 August 1917
Rank: Corporal
Station: Headquarters Company, Fifth Regiment, A E F
SD Teamster

Name: Louis Stagge
Muster Date: April 1919
Enlistment Date: 7 August 1917
Rank: Corporal
Station: Medical Unit, Attached to the 5th Regiment, Usmc Aef Germany
SD Teamster

Name: Louis Stagge
Muster Date: July 1919
Enlistment Date: 7 August 1917
Rank: Corporal
Station: Supply Company, Fifth Regiment, Marines
SD Teamster

Name: Louis Stagge
Muster Date: August 1919
Enlistment Date: 7 August 1917
Rank: Corporal
Station: Medical Unit, Fifth Regiment, U S Marine Corps
Honorably disc. Char: Excellent

Name: Louis Stagge
Muster Date: February 1918
Enlistment Date: 7 August 1917
Rank: Corporal
Station: Headquarters Detachment, 1st Replacement Battalion A E F
Mar 28 jd Supply Co. 5th Regt.

Name: Louis Stagge
Muster Date: March 1918
Enlistment Date: 7 August 1917
Rank: Corporal
Station: Supply Company, Fifth Regiment
found on ancestry.com

Fifth Regiment U S Marines

Fifth Marie Regiment Insignia

History
World War I
The unit was activated on June 8, 1917, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, as the 5th Regiment of Marines. They immediately deployed to France and were assigned to the 1st Infantry Division of the United States Army. Later that year, in October, they were reassigned to 4th Brigade of Marines under the 2nd Infantry Division.

In spring the regiment was involved in the fierce battle of Belleau Wood, gaining the respect even of the hardened German veteran front troops.

The Fifth subsequently participated in the offensive campaigns at Aisne, Battle of Saint-Mihiel and in the Meuse-Argonne offensive. They also participated in the defensive campaigns at Toulon-Troyon, Château-Thierry, Marbache and Limey. From 1918 until 1919 the regiment participated in the occupation of the German Rhineland. In August 1919 they relocated back to Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia. They were deactivated on August 13, 1919.

The regiment's actions in France earned them the right to wear the Fourragère aux couleurs de la Croix de Guerre 1914-1918 (seen in the outline of the unit's logo),
one of only two in the Marine Corps (the other being the 6th Marine Regiment). The award was a result of being the only regiments in the American Expeditionary Force to receive three Croix de guerre citations: two in the order of the army and one in the order of the corps — Fourragère and Croix de guerre with two Palms and Gilt Star. The Fourragère became part of the uniform of the unit, and all members of the organization are authorized to wear the decoration on the left shoulder of the uniform as long as they remain members of the organization.
found on wikipedia

Polk's Ogden (Utah) City Directory
1920 - Stagge slower O U R & D r 317 30th.
Stagge Mrs Lura clk r 317 30th.

1925 - Stagge Louis 3248

1926 - Stagge Louis lab r 3248 Lincoln av

1927 - Stagge Louis (Lura) lab r 3248 Lincoln av

1928 - Stagge Louis A (Lura) laborer r 3248 Lincoln Av.

1929 - Stagge Louis (Lura) employee Sperry Flour Co r 3213 Wall av


1930 - Stagge Louis (Lura) employee Sperry Flour Co h 3213 Wall av

1932 - Stagge Louis (Lura) washr Sperry Flour Co h 3213 Wall av.

1933 - Stagge Louis A (Lura) h 3213 Wall Av.

1934 - Stagge Louis A (Laura) elevmn Sperry Flour Co h3209 Wall av

1935 - Stagge Louis A (Lora ) sweeper Sperry Flour Co h3209 Wall av


1938 - Stagge, Louis A (Loura; Weber Auto Salvage) h3209 Wall Av
Stagge Marvin L driver A&A Messenger Del r3209 Wall Av

1939 - Stagge, Louis A (Laura; Weber Auto Salvage) h3209 Wall Av
Stagge Marvin L porter UP Stages r3209 Wall Av

1940 - Stagge Louis (Lora; Weber Auto Salvage) h3209 Wall av
Stagge Marvin L (Beth ) red cap UP Stages r3209 Wall av
Stagge Velda M student r3209 Wall av

1941 - Stagge, Louis A (M Lora; Weber Auto Salvage) h3209 Wall Av
Stagge Marvin L (Beth) h88 Wilson la
Stagge Delbert r 3209 Wall Av
Stagge Velda r 3209 Wall Av

1938, 1940 - Weber Auto Salvage (Louis Stagge) 2158 Lincoln Av
1946 - Stagge, Louis A (Lora) insp OURandDCo h3209 Wall Av
Stagge, Ralph J USN r3209 Wall Av

1942 - Stagge Delbert r3209 Wall Av
Stagge, Louis A (Lora) h3209 Wall Av
Stagge, Marvin L moved to Brigham City
Stagge, Velda May r3209 Wall Av

1944 - Stagge Louis A (Lora) coach cleaner OUR&DCo h3209 Wall av
Stagge Delbert E USA r3209 Wall av
Stagge Lura opr Brenda Kent Tailoring Mills r3209 Wall
Stagge Ralph J USN r3209 Wall av

1948 - Stagge Louis A (Lura M) carman helper OUR&DCo h3052 Jefferson av
Stagge Delbert E processor UGDD r3052 Jefferson av
Stagge Emma L Mrs clk UGDD r552 10th
Stagge Lura M Mrs mach opr Utah Tailoring Mills h3052 Jefferson av
Stagge Ralph J (Emma L) carman helper OUR&DCo h552 10th

1951 - Stagge Louis A (Lura M) carman OUR&DCo h3052 Jefferson av
Stagge Floyd carman OUR&DCo r3052 Jefferson av
Stagge Lura M Mrs mach opr h3052 Jefferson
Stagge Ralph J (Emma J) carman OUR&DCo h D41 Victory rd (Wash Ter)

1952 - Stagge Louis A (Lura) car inspector OUR&DCo h3052 Jefferson av
Stagge Delbert E (Maxine) mech UGDD h3068 Jefferson Av
Stagge Floyd car hlpr OUR&DCo r3052 Jefferson av
Stagge Lura Mrs smstrs Utah Tailoring Mills r3052Jefferson av
Stagge Ralph J (Emma J) car inspector OUR&DCo h D41 Victory rd (Wash Ter)

1954 -  Stagge Delbert E (Maxine P) formn Utah Depot h bsmt 3052 Jefferson Av
Stagge Floyd (Merle E) carmn OUR&DCo h2950 Adams Av
Stagge Louis A (Lura M) car inspr OUR&DCo h3052 Jefferson Av
Stagge Ralph J (Emma L) car insp OUR&DCo h D41 Victory rd (Wash Ter)

1956 -  Stagge Louis A (Lura) inspector OUR&DCo h3052 Jefferson av
Stagge Delbert E (Maxine) atndt Berrett's Serv h3052 Jefferson av
Stagge Floyd (Anna M) inspector OUR&D Co h2950 Adams av
Stagge Ralph J (Emma L) inspector OUR&D Co h184 Jackson av

1957 - Stagge Louis A (Lura M) employee OUR&DCo h3052 Jefferson av
Stagge Delbert E (Maxine) formn h3052 Jefferson av
Stagge Floyd employee OUR&DCo h2958 Adams av
Stagge Ralph J (Emma L) employee OUR&DCo h 184 n Jackson av


1959 -  Stagge Louis A (Laura P) emp OUR&DCo h3052 Jefferson av
Stagge Delbert E (Maxine P) formn UGD h 3898 Orchard av
Stagge Floyd inspr OUR&DCo r RD 3 Box 353
Stagge Ralph J (Emma L) insp OUR&DCo h184 Jackson av

1960 - Stagge Louis A (Laura L) inspector OUR&DCo h3052 Jefferson av
Stagge Delbert E (Maxine P) formn UGD h3898 Orchard av
Stagge Floyd inspector OUR&DCo r2250 N 3650 W
Stagge Ralph J (Emma L) inspector OUR&DCo h184 Jackson av




1947 - Stagge M L (Beth) parts manager Trulson Motor Co r1519 Richmond (El Cer)

1953 - Stagge M L 1519 Richmond(EC) LAnscpe 5-3731

1954 -  Stagge M L 1519 Richmond (EC) LAnscpe 5-3731

1956 - Stagge Marvin L parts manager Trulson Mtr r Concord

1957 - Stagge Marvin L parts manager Trulson-Kerl Ford r Concord

1958 - Stagge Marvin L (Beth) parts manager Cortese Ford r2324 Jerilyn dr Concord

1960 - Stagge Marvin L (Beth) parts manager Cortese Ford r Concord


1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 - Stagge Marvin L 3052 Jefferson Av Ogden, Utah 84403-0646 phone number: 801-393-3325


Marvin Louis Stagge enrolled Dec 28, 1943
Delbert Earl Stagge enrolled 3-1-43, terminiation of service 20 Feb 46Ralph J Stagge enrolled in military 8/13/43


Obituary
Louis A. Stagge

Louis Abraham Stagge, 74, of 3052 Jefferson, died this morning in a local nursing home of natural causes.

Mr. Stagge was born November 13, 1894, in Uintah, a son of William and Elizabeth Birt Stagge.

On December 3, 1919, he was married to Lura Minnie Parker in Ogden. She died September 12, 1966.

He had lived most of his life in Ogden and was a car inspector for the Ogden Union Railway and Depot Company. He retired in 1961.

During World War I he served with the Marine Corps.

He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and Brotherhood of Railway Carmen of America. He was an elder in the 9th LDS Ward and former home teacher.

Surviving are four sons, Marvin Louis Stagge, Delbert E. Stagge, Ralph J. Stagge, all of Ogden; Floyd Stagge, Plain City; 10 grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, one brother and one sister, William Stagge, Idaho Falls, Idaho; Mrs. Millie Sandall, Kaysville.

Funeral services will be held Monday at 1 p.m. in Lindquist and Sons Colonial Chapel and Bishop L. B. Smith of the 9th Ward officiating.

Friends may call at the mortuary Sunday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Monday until services. Burial in the Ogden City Cemetery with military rites accorded by Veterans of Foreign Wars.
A Tribute published in the pages of Ogden Standard Examiner, Ogden, Utah, February 20, 1969.

Gasoline Explosion May Cost His Life
ELKO, March 1—When he attempted to pour gasoline into a lighted gasoline stove, Ernest Stagge, employee of the Southern Pacific railroad company at Carlin, today suffered burns so serious that physicians believe they will prove fatal. The stove exploded, spreading the flaming liquid over his clothing.

He immediately dashed out of the house and into the breeze, which fanned the flames to a greater intensity. Neighbors finally stopped him and extinguished the flames. He was rushed to Elko for treatment. His house in Carlin was partly burned.
Nevada State Journal, March 2, 1926

Lighting Fire With Gasoline Proves Fatal to Ernest J. Stagge. Special to the Tribune
March 4— The body of Ernest J. Stagge, 33, who died at the general hospital in Elko, Nevada, Monday afternoon as the result of burns, was brought to Kaysville today for funeral services and interment.

The services will be held at the Kaysville ward tabernacle Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock and interment will be in the Kaysville cemetery. From reports received from Nevada, Stagge had been working for the city of Carlin, but failed to go to work Monday morning. About noon he began to prepare luncheon for himself and his pal. As the fire in the stove was difficult to start, he picked up a five-gallon can of gasoline and began pouring it into the stove. The can exploded, knocking him down and setting his clothing on fire. He jumped up and ran out of the house and continued for several hundred yards before he fell. He was removed to the hospital and died five hours later.

Mr. Stagge was the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Stagge and was born at South Weber September 5, 1952, and had resided in Kaysville practically all of his life. He served overseas in the world war and saw service in the Argonne, and Marne battles.

Besides his father, he was survived by one sister and two brothers, Mrs. Willard Sandall of Kaysville, William Stagge of Blackfoot, Idaho, and Lewis Stagge of Ogden.
The Salt Lake Tribune, March 5, 1926.

Obituary, Salt Lake Tribune, Salt Lake City, Utah, February 21, 1969
OGDEN -- Louis Abraham Stagge, 74 died Feb. 20 in Ogden nursing home of natural causes.  Born November 13, 1894, Uintah, to William and Elizabeth Birt Stagge.  Married Lura Minnie Parker December 3, 1919, Ogden; she died September 12, 1966.  Car inspector, Ogden Union Railway and Depo Co. Veteran WWI.  member VFW; Brotherhood of Railway Carmen; LDS church.  Survisors: sons, Marvin L., Delbert E., Ralph J., all Ogden; Floyd, Plain City, Weber County; 10 grandchildren, 2 great-grandchildren; brother, sister, William, Idaho Falls; Mrs. Millie Sandall, Kaysville.  Funeral Monday 1 p.m. Lindquist and Sons Colonial Chapel, Ogden, where friends call Sunday 7-9 p.m., Monday prior of services.  Burial Ogden City Cemetery.

Utah Marriages, 1887-1966 for Louis Stagge
Groom's Name: Louis Stagge
Groom's Birth Date: 1895
Groom's Birthplace:
Groom's Age: 24
Bride's Name: Lura Parker
Bride's Birth Date: 1895
Bride's Birthplace:
Bride's Age: 24
Marriage Date: 03 December 1919
Marriage Place: Ogden, Weber, Utah
Groom's Father's Name:
Groom's Mother's Name:
Bride's Father's Name:
Bride's Mother's Name:
Groom's Race:
Groom's Marital Status:
Groom's Previous Wife's Name:
Bride's Race:
Bride's Marital Status: Single
Bride's Previous Husband's Name:
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M74693-7
System Origin: Utah-EASy
Source Film Number: 1324659
Reference Number: cn 417
found on familysearch.org

United States Census, 1930 for Louis Stagge
Name: Louis Stagge
Event: Census
Event Date: 1930
Event Place: Ogden, Weber, Utah
Gender: Male
Age: 35
Marital Status: Married
Race: White
Birthplace: Utah
Estimated Birth Year: 1895
Immigration Year:
Relationship to Head of Household: Head
Father's Birthplace: Germany
Mother's Birthplace: England
Enumeration District Number: 0015
Family Number: 304
Sheet Number and Letter: 14A
Line Number: 32
NARA Publication: T626, roll 2424
Film Number: 2342158
Digital Folder Number: 4547822
Image Number: 00603

Household - Louis Stagge
Gender - M
Age - 35
Spouse - Lura Stagge, F, 34
Child - Marvin Stagge, M, 9
Child - Velda Stagge, F, 7
Child - Delbert Stagge, M, 6
Child - Ralph Stagge, M, 4
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Utah Death Certificates, 1904-1956 for Lewis Abraham Stagge
Name: Velda May Stagge
Titles and Terms:
Death Date: 20 November 1943
Death Place: Beaver Dam, Box Elder, Utah
Birthdate:
Estimated Birth Year: 1922
Birthplace:
Death Age: 21 years 5 months 12 days
Gender: Female
Marital Status:
Race or Color:
Spouse's Name:
Father's Name: Lewis Abraham Stagge
Father's Titles and Terms:
Mother's Name: Lura Minnie Parker
Mother's Titles and Terms:
Film Number: 2260560
Digital GS Number: 4120804
Image Number: 496
Certificate Number: 155
found on familysearch.org

United States Census, 1900 for Louis A Staggie
Name: Louis A Staggie
Titles and Terms:
Residence: Clearfield, Clinton, South Hooper, South Weber, Syracuse Precincts, Davis, Utah
Birth Date: November 1892
Birthplace: Utah
Relationship to Head of Household:
Spouse:
Spouse's Titles and Terms:
Spouse's Birthplace:
Father:
Father's Titles and Terms:
Father's Birthplace: Germany
Mother:
Mother's Titles and Terms:
Mother's Birthplace: England
Race or Color (expanded): White
Head-of-household Name: John Knowles
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Single
Years Married:
Estimated Marriage Year:
Mother How Many Children:
Number Living Children:
Immigration Year:
Enumeration District: 0090
Page: 13
Sheet Letter: A
Family Number: 204
Reference Number: 11
Film Number: 1241683
Image Number: 00041
Household
Gender
Age
John Knowles, M
Alice Knowles, F
William J Staggie, M
Louis A Staggie, M
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United States Census, 1900 for Louis A Staggie
Name: Louis A Staggie
Titles and Terms:
Residence: Clearfield, Clinton, South Hooper, South Weber, Syracuse Precincts, Davis, Utah
Birth Date: November 1892
Birthplace: Utah
Relationship to Head of Household:
Spouse:
Spouse's Titles and Terms:
Spouse's Birthplace:
Father:
Father's Titles and Terms:
Father's Birthplace: Germany
Mother:
Mother's Titles and Terms:
Mother's Birthplace: England
Race or Color (expanded): White
Head-of-household Name: John Knowles
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Single
Years Married:
Estimated Marriage Year:
Mother How Many Children:
Number Living Children:
Immigration Year:
Enumeration District: 0090
Page: 13
Sheet Letter: A
Family Number: 204
Reference Number: 11
Film Number: 1241683
Image Number: 00041
Household
Name, Gender, Age
John Knowles, M
Alice Knowles, F
William J Staggie, M
Louis A Staggie, M
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STAGGE PAYS FINE ON TRAFFIC CHARGE
   Lewis Stagge was sentenced by City Judge Simon Barlow Friday to pay a fine of $5 when found guilty of a charge of reckless driving near Cozydale, May 31.  The defendant stipulated that he had inadvertently driven his machine on the wrong side of the highway.
Ogden Standard Examiner (Ogden, Utah) June 7, 1930

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