James Andrew Page, Civil War Veteran

Info from Pension Report, CSA

Butler Co.,/Conecuh Co., AL

For anyone interested in James A.(Andrew) Page son of Curtis and Mary Wright

Page , the following is information taken from his

State of Al Archives file:

Full name: James Andrew Page, wife Nancy J. Wright of Garland Al. Butler

Co. roll, Civil War never lived in another state, Born Sepulga, Conecuh

County,Al August 6, 1840, Enlisted in Evergreen on May 10, 1862 as Private

with Hillard's Legion , that became Co. F of the 23rd , Nick Stallworth ,

Captain and Sanford was Colonel, he fought in the Battles of Chickamauga,

Drews Bluff, Beans Station and Petersburg Va. , was in the ditches for 9

months, , was wounded in the Battle of Chickamauga,Georgia. and was captured

on the retreat from Petersburg on April 7, was held in Yankee prison for

about 4 months and was discharged in Maryland by the Yankees, he served for

3 years as a soldier.

He was a registered voter in Precinct Beat 1 of Butler Co. Al. Farmer and on

July 30, 1921 he was living with his son John T. Page, Garland , Al other

children listed as living were, Mary Page Mixon, Garland Al, farmer, John T.


Garland , Al., farmer, Catherine (Cattie) Melissa Page Grace, Garland ,

farmer, Amamda(Mandy) Page Georgiana, Al farmer and Wiley Curtis Page ,

Garland ,

Al. farmer. (one son had died James Fletcher Page before this application

was made)

This was all taken from a pension report given to him to fill out by Chas.

E. McCall, chief Examiner of Accounts.

Catherine Melissa (Cattie) Page was married to Thomas Columbus Grace , their

son John Elmo Grace of Evergreen, Al, was the father of Jennie Kathleen



From Kay Anderson (submitted March 7, 2001 to update info from Sept 1999): granddaughter of John Elmo and g-great-granddaughter of Catherine Melissa Page Grace and gg-granddaughter of James Andrew Page