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Subject: [GENMASSACHUSETTS] John Page of Watertown - Bond's Watertown - Part4 of 4 Parts.
Date: Sat, 2 Sep 2006 21:54:05 EDT
Subject: John Page of Watertown
Source: Genealogies of the Families and Descendants of
the Early Settlers of Watertown, Massachusetts, Includes
Waltham and Weston - by Henry Bond, M.D. Boston, 1860.
Eulalie Mary Anne Bright b. Feb 14, 1817, dau. of Josiah Bright & his wife,
Angelique Sanguinest who died in childbed for dau. Eulalie Mary Ann who m.
Aug 4, 1836,
Thomas Page in Gloucester, Mass. Mar 31 1813, son of Thomas & Sarah
(Cogswell) Page and
the grandson of Edward Page. Resided at Waltham, Mass. He engaged in trade
in St. Louis
and Boston. Children:
1. Thomas Page b. at Waltham Dec 10, 1840; died Feb 1846.
2. William Pettes Page, b. at St. Louis, Aug 24, 1845.
3. John Bright Page b. at Waltham Apr 10, 1848.
4. Charles Page.
George Bumstead Stearns b. Jan 20, 1806 son of Col. Jacob Stearns & wife,
Sally Call of
Boston, Mass. George Bumstead Stearns m. Oct. 27, 1828, Louisa Page b. Apr
6, 1809, dau.
of John Odlin Page & his wife, Sarah of Halowell. Ten children.
Jeremiah Norcross b. July 2, 1703, son of Richard Norcross, Jr. & his 2nd
Sanders. Jeremiah Norcross settled at Lunenburg, Mass. and m. at Groton,
Mass., Jan 28,
1730-1, Faith Page b. Nov. 6, 1707, dau. of Jonathan & Mary Page. (seven
Margaret Wellington b. Aug 22, 1745, dau of Joseph Wellington & wife, Dorcas
Lexington, Mass. Margaret Wellington m. Timothy Page who was killed in the
White Plains. (record ends)
Sarah Lawrence b. May 16, 1672, dau of Deacon Nathaniel Lawrence of Groton,
Mass. & first wife,
Sarah Morse. Sarah Lawrence was probably the first wife of that Samuel Page
who in 1714,
then of South Carolina, m. Sarah Sanderson. As she died before her father
she is not mentioned
in his Will but her suriviving husband is. (p.821 - His Will dated Aug 4,
1718 proved May
8, 1724 mentions son Nathaniel; son John, dau's Hannah Houlden (Holden), and
son (in law) Samuel Page, dau. Elizabeth Harris, dau. Deborah & grandson
Joseph Sanderson b. Aug 28, 1680, son of William Sanderson & wife, Sarah
Joseph Sanderson m. July 30, 1714, Sarah Page in Groton, Mass., where he
settled. His estate
was admin. 1736 by his widow Sarah (Page) Sanderson. Children:
1. David Sanderson b. Sept 5, 1715 m. Eunice ____. 3 children.
2. Sarah Sanderson b. Jan 19, 1716-17.
3. William Sanderson b. July 17, 1718.
4. Hannah Sanderson b. Apr 5, 1720.
5. Joseph Sanderson b. Mar 17, 1721-2 died soon.
6. Susanna Sanderson b. May 18, 1723.
7. Gideon Sanderson b. Feb 19, 1724-5.
9. Sarah Sanderson b. Oct 15, 1729.
10. John Sanderson b. Dec 13, 1731.
Children of I. W. Page & wife, Elizabeth Stone:
1. William A. Page who died in early manhood.
2. Charles A. Page of Hallowell, m. Sarah G. Orne.
3. George Page.
Sarah Gerry m. Charles A. Page of Hallowell.
Nicholas Guy, 1638 at Southampton, freeman 1639; d.1649; a grantee of one
lot and a
purchaser of 3 lots. His homestall of 7 acres purchased of B. Pendleton, was
by the meeting-house land; west by the highway; north by J. Simson or W.
by 3 acres granted to himself.
Mary Lewis of Lynn, Mass. widow of Edmund Lewis of Watertown, lately
deceased, sold to
William Page of Watertown for £10 all her parcels of land at Watertown
November 26, 1652.
Edward Winn of Woburn m. for his 2nd wife, Anna, relict of Nicholas Wood of
(Sherburne) and previously widow of William Page, Jr. of Watertown where was
estate. The Will of his widow, Anna dated Sept 9, 1685, proved Nov 1, 1686
Coolidge £5; deacon Henry Bright, £5; brother-in-law, Gleason 40 shillings;
Thomas Gleason, 20 shillings; wife of Thomas Pratt, 20 shillings and
bequests to her
kinsmen, Joseph, John, Philip, Isaac, William, Mary and Anne Gleason.
March 16, 1698-9, Esther Brown sold to her son, Joseph Brown a house and six
acres of land
bounded northeast and west by John Barnard; south by highway. Jan 4, 1708-9
cordwainer of Watertown, bought of John Mixer and wife Abigail a house and
72 acres bounded
east by Daniel Harrington; west by Thomas Woolson; north by Samuel Whitney
and John Warren;
south by Thomas Harrington and the heirs of William Page.
John Lawrence. The date of his removal to Groton is determined with
by the following facts: Oct 23, 1662 he sold land in Watertown to John
Barnard. Oct 27,
1662 he sold another lot to William Page and on the same day another lot to
Hon. Abbott Lawrence, Boston & his wife, Katherine Bigelow dau. of Hon.
Timothy Bigelow of
Groton. Their son Abbott Lawrence b. Sept 9, 1828 m. Apr. 12, 1853,
Harriette White Paige,
dau. of J. W. and H. S. Paige. (record ends for this entry).
Mary Cutler b. Apr 12, 1738 m. Sept 15, 1758 John Page or John Paige, of
Hardwick where she
died Mar 3, 1812. Her son David Page (or Paige) is now (1851) living aged 80
and his son
Cutler, aged 59.
John Hastings - a much more full and authentic genealogy of this family may
in due time from Rev. Lucius K. Paige.
p.792 - For Lucius K. Paige read Lucius R. Page. - note of Dr. Henry Bond
Abigail Bellows dau. of Peter Bellows & wife, Mary Chase of Cornish, N.H.
Abigail Bellows m. 1782, Samuel Willard, a farmer of Charlestown b. Nov. 28,
1763, son of
Joseph and Huldah Willard of Charlestown, N.H. (the old Fort No. 4) She died
October, 1785. He m. (2) May 24, 1791 the widow Susan Hardy, dau. of Obadiah
& Lucy Jenkins
of Charlestown. He went into the Revolutionary army at the age of 15 as a
waiter for Capt.
Transcribed by Janice Farnsworth
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