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|Carol A Weaver||Lucinda Clark Page|
Could you help me understand which John F. Page married to Lucinda Clark. My friend is telling me the line is all wrong, and she is giving me names and dates that I cannot find anywhere else.
|DeLois O'Neal Thompson||RE: Elizabeth Farrar|
You're welcome. Glad to help.
|Kenneth A. Allgood||RE: William & Elizabeth Ross|
You are very welcome!
|Leslyn Lang||RE: John Page|
I am searching around for information on John F. Page and found the following information that was contributed by someone named Dianne:
John F. Page
* Birth: 1808 - Hanover County (Hanover), Virginia
* Parents: Mann Page, Mary Chiswell Nelson
* Spouse: Lucy Nelson
I do not know the reliability of the information because they offered no proof for it. So it is up to you to decide if it is credible or not.
Name: John Page
Enlistment Date: 23 Apr 1861
Enlistment Place: Ashland, Virginia
Side Served: Confederacy
State Served: Virginia
Service Record: Enlisted as a 1st Sergeant on 23 April 1861.
Enlisted in Company C, 15th Infantry Regiment Virginia on 23 Apr 1861.
Discharged from Company C, 15th Infantry Regiment Virginia on 30 Oct 1861.
There are more than a few John Page's in Virginia. Will send you and email to your private account.
|Susan Ing||David Farrar|
His marker is already on his memorial. It just cannot be read well anymore. We could only make out most of his name.
|Leslyn Lang||RE: John Page|
In the find a grave site for the Confederate Cemetery, some of them have biographies attached to them. I think another person named Big French went through the cemetery and wherever you see their rank with their name, then he has added some info on them. Not all were killed in action, some of them died from diseases or from infections (and yikes!!!! some of the civil war operations!). I will search around and see if I can come up with a good site for you to use. During my trek through the cemetery, the confederates are buried mainly in one area; however, there are some that are scattered through the City Cemetery as well. Some have just blank tombstones, initials, etc. I will go back and re-check because I couldn't remember where he was from and I thought I found him with the NC guy. Is he from KY or Miss? Will keep you posted. I may contact the National Park Service and ask them where he's at.
|Leslyn Lang||John Page|
I went to the Confederate Cemetery to see if I could find the Corp you are looking for. I did find 2 possibilities:
J.P. from VA
J. P. Page from NC
The Page in the one from NC has a similiar wear pattern to the soldiers from GA. It is worn to almost look like CA. I thought I found him in the second one but I rechecked and see yours is from MS. Is that correct? There are some soldiers buried there from MISS and who have names, initials, or the tombstone is left blank. Let me know what you think of these.