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This group is for the known descendants of Abednego PAGE, and anyone of the surnames PAGE, PAIGE or any other varient of the name who are still searching for their ancestors. Also SHANE/SHEHAN, DUTTON, ROMIG, McCULLA, STRIKER, THORNTON families.

Location: Tuscarawas County, Ohio
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Latest Activity: Mar 21, 2021

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Lepage or Page

Started by Carole Fréchette Fournier Nov 10, 2012. 0 Replies

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Comment by George D. Page on April 10, 2010 at 7:43pm
Kristi, I do not have any of those names in my page family. Well not yet we never know. Any links in Scotland?
Comment by Kristi Hay Hilton on April 10, 2010 at 2:19pm
My PAGE line starts with my grandmother, Rhea A Page Thornton (1927-2004). Then my line goes: Arthur (1898-1985), Horace Emery (1868-1948), Jeremiah (1845-1920), William Shane (1821-1888), Abednego (1796-1940), and possibly Jesse. I would love to find proof of Abednego's parentage. He was born in Frederick County, VA. He had a sister Rachel and 2 brothers: Shadrach & Meshach, Not much more is known of the brothers, but Rachel & Abednego moved to Tuscarawas County, Ohio. She married a Mark Herron/Herin.
Comment by George D. Page on April 2, 2010 at 11:24am
Thanks Linda, Yes I can trace the Pages in Scotland to the early 1700's. With some references to the early 1500's. Since I was the born here in Canada most of my research is overseas mainly Scotland. I can find a lot of Pages but it's trying to find the connections I find hard. Well fun to. For now i will keep at it.

bye for now
Comment by Linda Page Hillary Hannah on April 2, 2010 at 10:52am
I guess your line is later than mine. I didn't know there were Pages in Scotland. My Great Grandparents came over from Edinburgh in the late 1800s. I think my Grandmother was conceived on the boat over, if I got the timing correct. They were the Mathesons from Gils Canisby and related to the Innes clan which was her grandparents. Good Luck in your genelogy hunting.
Comment by George D. Page on April 2, 2010 at 5:47am
Thanks so much for writting back.
My Dad was born in Scotland 1916, He just passed away June 5th. 2009 His name was George Valentine Page his Father's name was David Page(1889-1942) and so was his David Page(@1848 - 1911) then it was James Page(1825 - 1869)
Comment by Linda Page Hillary Hannah on April 1, 2010 at 8:46am
George, You may be connected to my line of Pages. I have two George Pages. The father died in 1822 that is the earliest date I have for the family. His son is know as George Baylor Page which I suspect is his mother's maiden name. I also suspect since they are in Virginia that the name George comes from George Washington. What do you have? Linda
Comment by George D. Page on April 1, 2010 at 8:21am
Hello everyone I sure hope we can all help each other out. I am willing to share any information I have if it can help.

I will start looking around to see if there are any connections with my family.

bye for now
Comment by Linda Page Hillary Hannah on August 26, 2009 at 1:43pm
There are three of us who are researching to find the connection between George Page of Fauquier Co. VA and Mann Page of Roswell House VA. Anyone else out there working on the early Page family. John Page the progenitor was a friend of Thomas Jeffereson.

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