Frederick Stage was likely a Loyalist who arrived in the Bahama Islands in the 1780s.
Frederick placed an advertisement for a runaway slave named Daniel in the Bahama Gazette 8 April 1786.
He was married twice: first, to the mother of daughters Norah, Ann, and Helena Stage, who were born in the Bahamas in the 1780s; and second, to Harriet Roberts, in Christ Church, Nassau, Bahamas 27 June 1798.
Frederick Stage died sometime before 1818, the year that the widow Harriet Roberts Stage married William Farrington.
Christ Church, Nassau, Bahamas, Marriage Records, 1798.
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