Henry Gage
Historical Figure
Nationality: England
Religion: Catholicism
Date of Birth: 1597
Date of Death: 1645
Cause of Death: Killed in battle
Occupation: Soldier
Parents: John Gage (father),
Margaret Copley (mother)
Spouse: Mary Daniel
Children: Henry Walrave Gage (son),
Jane Gage and
Barbara Gage (daughters)
1632 series
POD: May, 1631
Appearance(s): Grantville Gazette XIII
Ring of Fire II
Sir Henry Gage (29 August 1597 – 11 January 1645) was an English nobleman and soldier, born into a Catholic family.

He became a professional soldier, and being a Catholic, served on the Spanish side in the long-running conflict in the Low Countries for most of his life. He was known for his ability and was described as “a complete soldier and a wise man.” He was also noted for his piety.

With the arrival of the English Civil War, Gage returned home to fight on the Royalist side. He was killed in battle in 1645.

Henry Gage in 1632Edit

Henry Gage was still serving the Spanish under Don Fernando when Grantville arrived in the past.

In 1634, he was in Grantville as an agent of Janos Drugeth.