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  • Abigail Page (1670 - 1769)
    LinksBirth: Oct 28 1670 - Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire, USA* Death: Oct 4 1759 - Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire, USA* Parents: Daniel Tilton, Mehitable Sanborn* Husband: Christopher Page* Chi...
  • Pvt. Abraham Beaty Page, CSA (1840 - 1910)
    Son of Return Page, I and Sarah Ann Page. One of four brothers who served in the army of the Confederate States of America (CSA).1850 census in the household of Return Page, Sr. and Sarah Page"United S...
  • Alice Page (bef.1625 - 1698)
    THIS NAME IS USUALLY SEEN IN AMERICA AS LUCKIN.BIRTH 1625 England DEATH 22 Jun 1698 (aged 72–73) Williamsburg, Williamsburg City, Virginia, USA BURIAL Bruton Parish Episcopal Church Cemetery Williamsb...
  • Alice Page (c.1650 - aft.1719)
    Dates are wrong to have been the daughter of John Garnett (b 1648). William Hearn, I died in Maryland and seems unlikely as her father, but it’s possible. Alice AKA Alis, Garrett, Garnett, Hearn ...
  • Alice Page (1733 - 1772)
    Grave inscription: "Wife of Capt. Ambrose Page. Departed this life in the 39th Year of her Age. "Stand still kind reader, spend a tear Upon the dust that slumbers here."

About the Page surname

Page Name Meaning

English, Scottish, and French: status name for a young servant, Middle English and Old French page (from Italian paggio, ultimately from Greek paidion, diminutive of pais ‘boy’, ‘child’).

The surname is also common in Ireland (especially Ulster and eastern Galway), having been established there since the 16th century.

North German: metonymic occupational name for a horse dealer, from Middle Low German page ‘horse’. (Pagé):

North American form of French Paget.