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Private Jackson E. Page
U. S. Army

April 15, 1892* - February 11, 1918
Shiloh Cemetery
Cedar Lane, Matagorda County, Texas

Gold Star Mother
Lee Anthia [Thomas] Page


Private Jackson E. Page [April 15, 1892 - February 11, 1918] U. S. Army was born to William Page [May 1859 - ___ ____] and Lee Anthia [Thomas] Page [August __, 1846 September 6, 1944] at Gainesmore, Matagorda County, Texas.  He died from Lobar pneumonia, both lower and right middle lobes [probable Spanish Flu] at the Base Hospital Camp Travis, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas.  He was attached to 509th Engineer Sr. Battalion, 36th (T Patch) Division.  He is buried at Shiloh Cemetery, Cedar Lane, Matagorda County, Texas.  He was survived by his wife _______ (_____) Page, son William, mother Lee and several siblings.  As best as can be determined from available records he was living in Galveston, Galveston County, Texas with his wife and son William when he enlisted. At the time of his death it is not known where his wife and son were living, but his mother and siblings were living at Cedar Lane.  He gave his occupation as porter on his draft registration card. He is buried at Shiloh Cemetery near his mother.


* Birth year found in the assembled records is given as: 1892; 1893; 1898




Known List of Matagorda Boys Who Died in Service.

The following names of the soldiers who died while in the service of the U. S. A., are all that has been reported. If any one knows of others, and the cause of their death, if possible, please inform Mrs. Wm. Cash, Bay City, Texas:

Cedar Lane--Jackson Page.

Matagorda County Tribune, September 5, 1919

Jackson Page
892 - 1918
Asleep in Jesus



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