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GENERAL SEGOINE. Gen. Jesse Segoine had reached the al- most unprecedented age of 95 years, leaving one son, Henry Segoine of New York city, and two daughters, Mrs. Jas. A. Donahue and Miss Tena C. Segoine of this city. Gen. Segoine was the first commander of the old 111th Regiment of Infantry, New York State Volunteers and was among those patriotic citizens who in 1862, were instrumental in the organiza- tion of this regiment. At the mass meeting held in this city, July 17, of that year appeals to the people were made by Gen. Segoine, Theodore M. Pomeroy and others who stirred up the utmost enthusiasm. In civil life, Mr. Segoine was for years prominent in business. He was for a long time connected with Ives Parsons, William J. Moses, and others, in the furniture trade.