|Birth: ||Dec. 25, 1814|
|Death: ||Jun. 17, 1909|
"Page, Rev. E.G., of Oakland Me., was born in New Sharon, Me., Dec. 25, 1814. His parents were Reuben and Elizabeth (Jackson) Page...He married in March, 1837, Miss Mary G. Bursley, deceased, and has one son living. He married Mrs. Mary Bates, of Oakland, Sept. 12, 1885." according to page 505 of the Free Baptist Cyclopaedia, Historical and Biographical, by Rev. G.A. Burgess and Rev. J.T. Ward, Free Baptist Cyclopaedia Co., 1889 [retrieved from Google Books].
"Ezekiel G. Page, of Farmington Q.M. was ordained Dec. 10, 1839" according to "Ordinations" on page 164 of Volume II, Number 1, June 1840, the Freewill Baptist Quarterly Magazine [retrieved from Google Books]. Note that "Q.M." is the abbreviation for Quarterly Meeting.
"He has been pastor in Edgecomb, Booth Bay [sic], Woolwich, Westport, Brunswick, Georgetown, Richmond Village, West Gardiner, Winnegance, Bowdoinham, Richmond Corner, Litchfield Plains and West Bowdoin." Burgess and Ward, op. cit., p. 505.
NOTE: Federal censuses show his place of residence as Edgecomb (1850), Richmond (1860), Richmond (1870), Richmond (1880), and, Oakland (1900).
Also listed in the Jun 1903 Oakland Town Register (page 86; Town Census section).
Mary G Bursley Page (1815 - 1884)*
Emma Lewis Page (1842 - 1845)*
George Gilman Page (1848 - 1922)*
Ella Berry Page (1854 - 1861)*
E. G. Page
June 17, 1909
Ęt. 94 yrs.
Litchfield Plains Cemetery
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Record added: Jul 08, 2010
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Ordained a FWB minister, Dec. 1839. During his ministry he had charge of two churches at the same time and never without a pastorate or appointment in his 47 years of ministry. Baptized between 400-500, and married 211 couples. He was a worthy minister.|
Added: Dec. 14, 2012
Thinking of you. Your 3x great-granddaughter.|
Jenny Page Bloodworth
Added: Jan. 12, 2011
Added: Jul. 19, 2010