Thomas Gage
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Born in Lewes, Sussex
Born in 1719
Died on 2nd of April 1787

Born at Firle Place in 1719 - Died 1787.

Military Governor of Montreal in 1760 and Commander-in-Chief of British Forces in America from 1763-72. Lost Bunker Hill to the Americans in 1775.

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