Hiram Page (c.1800 - 1852) MP

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Birthplace: Vermont, United States
Death: Died in Excelsior Springs, Clay, Missouri, United States
Occupation: One of the 8 Witnesses to the "Book of Mormon", Physician
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About Hiram Page

Wikipedia Biographical Summary:

"...Hiram Page (1800 – August 12, 1852) was an early member of the Latter Day Saint movement and one of the Eight Witnesses to the Book of Mormon's Golden Plates.

Page was born in Vermont. Earlier in his life, he studied medicine which he practiced during his travels throughout New York and Canada. On November 10, 1825, Page married Catherine Whitmer, daughter of Peter Whitmer, Sr. and Mary Musselman. The two had nine children together: John, Elizabeth, Philander, Mary, Peter, Nancy, Hiram, Oliver, and Kate..."

SOURCE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hiram_Page

Biographical Summary:

Page, Hiram. Born in Vermont 1800. Studied medicine at young age. Traveled considerably in state of New York and Canada as physician. Located in Seneca county, New York; there became acquainted with Whitmer family. Married Catherine Whitmer 10 November 1825. Nine children: John, Elizabeth, Philander, Mary, Peter, Nancy, Hiram, Oliver, and Kate. One of Eight Witnesses to Book of Mormon 1829. Baptized 11 April 1830 by Oliver Cowdery. Ordained teacher by 9 June 1830. Received false revelations through use of seerstone in fall of 1830, deceiving many of Whitmer family. Moved to Kirtland, Ohio, 1831. On 3 June 1831 listed as teacher. Later ordained high priest, probably in Missouri. Moved to Jackson County, Missouri, 1832. With others attempted to settle difficulties between Mormon and non-Mormons in Jackson County, Missouri, 1833. Moved with family to Clay County, Missouri; resided there until 1836. Located in Far West, Missouri; there owned 120 acres. Severed connection with Church in 1838 when members of Whitmer family were excommunicated. Settled in Ray County, Missouri, after leaving Church. Located on farm near Excelsior Springs. Died 12 August 1852 near Excelsior Springs, Ray County, Missouri.

SOURCE: http://byustudies.byu.edu/Resources/BioAlpha/MBRegisterP.aspx

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Hiram Page's Timeline

Vermont, United States
November 10, 1825
Age 25
Age 26
Age 28
New York, NY, USA
Age 31
October 31, 1832
Age 32
Kirtland, OH, USA
July 23, 1837
Age 37
Far West, Caldwell, Missouri
January 9, 1840
Age 40
Ray, Missouri, United States
Age 45
August 12, 1852
Age 52
Excelsior Springs, Clay, Missouri, United States