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STEPHEN & MARY (SMITH) PAGE FAMILY BIBLE

Bible received from Phillip & Jessica Stevens 749 – 69th Ave. S., St. Petersburg, FL 33705

the

HOLY BIBLE

CONTAINING THE

OLD AND NEW TESTAMENTS;

TRANSLATED OUT OF THE ORIGINAL TONGUES;

AND WITH THE FORMER

 

TRANSLATIONS DILIGENTLY COMPARED AND REVISED.

 

WITH

 

CANNE’S MARGINAL REFERENCES.

 

TOGETHER WITH

THE APOCRYPHA

.AND

REFERENCES AND KEY SHEET OF QUESTIONS,

geographical, historical, doctrinal, practical, and experimental; accompanied with valuable chronological harmonies of both testaments; correct and elegant maps, and highly useful tables of scripture names, scripture geography, scripture chronology, scripture references, &c.  the whole designed to facilitate the acquisition of scriptural knowledge in bible classes, sunday schools, common schools, and private families.

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by hervey wilbur, a.m.

 

THE TEST CORRECTED ACCORDING TO THE STANDARD

 

OF THE

 

AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY.

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STEREOTYPED BY JAMES CONNER, NEW YORK.

 

NEW YORK;

PUBLISHED BY WHITE, GALLAHER AND WHITE,

No. 108 PEARL STREET

1830

 

 

 

FAMILY RECORD

 

MARRIAGES

Stephen Page & Mary Smith – Nov. 18th, 1817

Smith W. Page & Hannah Terry – Sept. 7th, 1864

Arthur J. Hammond & Ruth Stearns Freese – June 26, 1901

 

 


BIRTHS

(Information in parenthesis was provided by Jessica Stevens)

 

Stephen Page – July 15th, 1796

Mary Smith – March 1st, 1793

Laura A.(Ann)  Page – Sept 9th, 1818

Senccea N. (Nelson) Page – Nov. 15th, 1819

Smith W. (Wilkinson) Page – July 9th, 1821

Francis C. (Caldwell) Page – April 15, 1823

Jeremiah Page – Feby. 4th, 1825

Samantha Page – July 25th, 1827

Joseph P. Page – Oct. 31st, 1828

Mary Jane Page – Oct. 11th, 1830

Martha Page – Feby. 26th, 1832

Eunice C. (Caroline) Page – Sept. 24th, 1833

Phillip A.(Allen) Page – Aug. 20th, 1840

Fanny Galvin Page – Aug. 1st 1848

Walter A. (Ansley) Sweet – Oct. 30th, 1862

Clifford A. (Allen) Sweet – Sept 4th, 18(6)9

Josiah A. Hammond – April 3rd , 1875

 (Josiah Hammond was noted artist - changed name to Arthur J.)

Hannah T. Terry – March 26th, 1851 (wife of Smith W. Page)

Rebecca Holden – Feb. 3rd, 1829 (wife of Senecca N. Page)

Mary Adaline Clark – 1830 (wife of Jeremiah Page)

Lilla Page – May 23rd, 1865 (dau. Of Senecca & Rebecca)

Alice Sweet – July 9th, 1888

 (Dau. Of Clifford Sweet & Jessie Bucklin Sweet mother of Jessica & Virginia Wheeler)

Ernest H. Howe – Oct. 14, 1862 (son of Martha Page & Harrison Howe)

Mars Freese Hammond – Aug. 12th , 1911

 (son of Arthur J. Hammond & Ruth Freese)

Arthur J. Hammond – April 3rd ,1875

 (son of Arthur J. Hammond & Ruth Freese)

Anna Page – Sept. 12, 1859 (dau. of Senecca & Rebecca)

 

 

                                                                                                                                       

DEATHS

Francis Caldwell Page –Sept. 17th, 1827

Samantha Page – Nov. 4th, 1828

Joseph P. Page – Aug. 28th, 1829

Mary Smith Page – Jan. 24th, 1850

Stephen Page – Feb. 19th, 1864

Eunice C. (Caroline) Sweet – July 15th, 1865

Mary J. (Jane) Anderson – Sept. 7th, 1869

Phillip A. Page – April 15th, 1872

Jeremiah Page – Dec. 6th, 1897

Laura Ann Page – April 2nd, 1882

Senecca N. Page – march 30th, 1892

Hannah Terry Page – Dec. 7th, 1896

Julius E. Anderson – Dec. 27th, 1896

Mary A. (Adeline) C. (Clark) Page – Aug. 22, 1854 (Wife of Jeremiah Page)

Martha Page Hammond – April 30th, 1900

Anna Page Deane – Feb. 16, 1952


Obituaries

Paper unidentified:

HAMMOND – In Denver, Col. Jan 7 (1888) Maro Hammond of Vernon, Conn., aged 54

 

 

MRS. MARY MORGAN SMITH

Newspaper believed to be “The Courant

Her Death in Unionville Yesterday.

                Mrs. Mary Morgan Smith widow of the late Rev. James Allwood Smith, died at her home in Unionville yesterday afternoon.  Her death was unexpected and her serious illness was mentioned in “The Courant” a few days ago.  Mrs. Smith would have been 89 years old next month.  She was the sister of the late Julius S. Morgan of London, the famous banker, who was the father of J. Pierpoint Morgan of New York, and she was also the sister of the late Mrs. James Goodwin of this city, who was the mother of James J. and Francis Goodwin.  Mrs. Smith’s children are all dead.  James A. Smith, Jr., of this city and Mrs. S. C. Porter of Farmington having died within a comparatively short time.  Mrs. Smith’s funeral will be at 2 o’clock on Saturday afternoon.

(Submitter’s note:  Born 19 Nov. 1808 in West Springfield, Mass. died Oct 1897; Died Oct 1897 – Unionville, Conn.; Married 16 July 1831 to James Allwood Smith (b. 6 Nov 1806 Hartford, Conn. and d. 15 Apr 1882), son of Norman Smith and Mary Boardman)

 

Rhode Island Newspaper

 

 Providence, R.I. Newspaper:

Mr. Daniel M. Smith died at his residence corner of Main and School streets at about 9:30 o’clock this morning, in the 73d year of his age.  He had been confined to the house about three weeks.  He was a native of Glocester.  He came to Pawtucket when 7 years old and remained here until his death.

                In his younger days he was in the employ of his brother, the late Joseph Smith, who carried on the lumber and coal business.  He owned the wharf property now belonging to the estate of John T. Cottrell.  About twenty-five years ago Mr. Smith engaged in the wholesale produce business and remained in it until the infirmities of age caused him to retire.  He lived in the house where he died for about twenty-five years.

                The deceased was an exemplary citizen and a consistent and faithful Christian.  He was one of the founders of Trinity Church, which was organized in the old American Hall.  Previous to the organization of the church he was a member of St. Paul’s Church.  He was a member of the Masonic Order.  He leaves a widow and one daughter, the wife of Mr. F. Eugene Barker.  (Submitter’s note:  b. 1817)

 

Rhode Island Newspaper

A Masonic funeral

The funeral of Mr. Daniel M. Smith took place at Trinity Church, of which the deceased was a member from its organization, and where he was a constant worshipper, this afternoon.  It was attended by a large number of relatives and friends and by Union Lodge, A. F. and A. M., of which Mr. Smith was a member.  The services were impressive.  The music was under the direction of Mr. J. E. Clarner.  On the casket was placed a large cross composed of Ivy leaves, from vines on the walls of his late residence and which were set out by the deceased; also a large reclining crossfrom Union Lodge; cross , calla lilies, sheaves of wheat, bouquet of roses and palm leaves from friends.  The remains were entombed at Oak Grove cemetery.  The pall bearers were Alvin C. Cash, Henry C. Dana, M. Eastwood and James Nesbit.

(Submitter’s note:  b. 1817 d. Feb. 6th, 1890)

 

NOVEMBER 24, 1881

Died

In Stafford, 17th, Sanford West, 51; 14th Freddie, 5, youngest son of Sanford West.

In Monson, 18th, Eunice Smith, 91, formerly of Stafford

In Northfield, Mass., 21st, Oscar V. Preston, formerly engineer on B. & A and Conn. River

Railroads, and later at Kellogg steam power works, Pittsfield, Mass.  Brother of Mrs. Chas T.

Preston of Willington.

In Stafford Springs, 234 Ernest, 3 years, 8 months, 11 days, only child of John Garvie.

In Mansfield, 15th, Chas Ramsdell, 71.

In Somers, Nov. 24, Mrs. Sally Wood, 89 years and 5 mos., widow of John Wood, and the oldest

inhabitant of Somers.

SOPHIA EASTMAN

Sophia Eastman died 21 Oct. 1890, Glouster, R.I., daughter of Jeremiah Smith.

Mostly unreadable.