Page County Virginia Genealogy
Formed March 30, 1831 from mostly Shenandoah County (230 sq. miles), 84 sq. miles came from the NE corner of Rockingham County. The county seat is Luray which was formed August 21, 1812. Page County is named after John Page who was a Lieutenant-Governor during the Revolution, a member of the first U.S. Congress and Governor of Virginia.
Forrer Family Photograph
(L to R) Frances, Mabel, Callie Humphreys Forrer, Clara, Lucy, Frank Burmback Forrer, Edward and Lester
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Last Updated: 23 Jan 2013
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