Sprague Descendants

contributed by M.Kelly     (d. 2009)

 

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Luther Sprague Tree
1 Luther Sprague b: 3 JUL 1804 d: 29 JAN 1866
+ Sarah Jones b: 25 SEP 1807
2 Joseph Sprague b: 31 MAY 1827 d: 1 FEB 1899
+ Nancy Stephenson b: 9 JUL 1832 d: 1902
3 Joseph Sprague b: 5 JUN 1851
3 Emily Sprague b: 28 OCT 1852
3 Charles Sprague b: 5 APR 1854
3 Eliza Sprague b: 18 AUG 1855 d: 27 SEP 1936
+ Farr
3 Luther M. Sprague b: 8 MAR 1857 d: 3 APR 1924
3 Mary "Polly" Sprague b: 20 JUL 1859
3 William Sprague b: 17 AUG 1862
3 Louisa Sprague b: 14 AUG 1865 d: 12 FEB 1899
+ Lewis Daniel Hildreth b: 1 JAN 1859 d: 21 SEP 1940
4 Florence Hazel Hildreth b: 19 JUL 1895 d: 8 AUG 1973
+ Charles Samuel (Edward) Fraleigh b: 16 AUG 1888 d: 7 SEP 1957
4 Celia Irene Hildreth b: 12 JUL 1897 d: DEC 1980
+ Earl James Richardson
3 Alice Sprague b: 23 FEB 1867
4 Bessie Sprague
3 Abigail Sprague b: 23 AUG 1871
Birth: 23 AUG 1871
Father: Joseph Sprague b: 31 MAY 1827 in Livingston Co., New York 
Mother: Nancy Stephenson b: 9 JUL 1832 in Barrington, Yates, New York

ABIGAIL1 SPRAGUE was born Abt. 1866, and died September 14, 1916 in Burdett, Schuyler Co., NY. 
She married Harry ALBRIGHT. He died Aft. 1916. Notes for ABIGAIL SPRAGUE: She formerly lived in Penn Yan. 
She leaves besides her husband, one daughter, Mrs. Simeon Cole, of Penn Yan; three sons, Cecil Robinson of Penn Yan; 
Guy Robinson of Guyanoga and Fayette Robinson of Burdett; two brothers, Charles Sprague of Jerusalem and Emory Sprague of Bolivar, 
and three sisters, Mrs. Eliza Farr, of Belmont; Mrs. Alice Simons of Bolivar, and Mrs. Gertrude Cunningham of Hornell. Belmont and Bolivar are inAllegheny Co. 
3 Gertrude Sprague b: 25 MAR 1875
2 Abigail Sprague b: 7 JUN 1831
2 Lucinda Sprague b: 26 MAY 1832
2 John Sprague b: 14 JUL 1833
2 Paul Sprague b: 14 JUL 1838

Sprage, Spragg, Spragge, Spring, Sprig and Sprague are all the same. It comes from the Dutch work SPRAQUE (SPRAK).
They were protestant Dutch who went to England because the Catholic Armada had inherited Holland and were underSpanish Rule.  The Inquisition being in power made it dangerous and the Dutch being traders with the English Wool trade just crossed the channel.


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