Robert PAGE of Ormsby, county Norfolk, ENG, will 7/1/1617

Spouse: Margaret GOODWIN

Children: Francis born circa 1600, died at Ormesby 1666, unmarried.  Robert born circa 1604, died at Hampton NH 9/26/1679. Thomas baptized at Hemsby 5/1/1650. Rebecca baptized at Ormesby St. Michael 5/16/1608, married ____ Rix. Henry born circa 1610, living in 1617


Deacon Robert PAGE born circa 1604 of Ormsby St. Margaret, County Norfolk; age 33 in 1637 died 9/22/1679 aged 75, husbandman, settled Salem removed to Hampton NH 1639, died 9/22/1679

Spouse: Lucy WARD  born circa 1607, age 30 in 1637 died 11/12/1665 aged 58

Children: Children: Margaret born Ormesby circa 1630, died 7/13/1699 Hampton, married (1) William Moulton (2) John Sanborn; Francis born Orrmesby circa 1633 married Meribah Smith; Susanna born Ormesby circa 1635, died young in NE; Rebecca baptized Salem MA 9/1/1639, died Hampton 5/27/1673 married William Marston; Thomas baptized Salem 9/1/1639, died Hampton 9/8/1686, married 2/2/1664 Mary Hussey;  Hannah born Hampton circa 1642, died Hampton 8/6/1704, married Capt. Henry Dow; Mary baptized Hampton circa 1644, died Hampton 3/8/1700-1, married as second wife 10/28/1665 Samuel Fogg


Rebecca PAGE/PAIGE  born 1636, married 10/15/1652, died 6/23/1673 age 37 

Spouse: Captain William MARSTON baptized 3/11/1626 Hemesby County Norfolk, died 1/22/1701

Children: Rebecca married 8/23/1676 John Smith (see Smith family 4); Hannah born 8/21/1656 married Samuel Fogg; Mary born 4/4/1659 died 11/2/1660; Samuel born 9/8/1661 married Sarah Sanborn; Triphena born 12/28/1663 married Joseph Philbrick; Lucy born 4/21/1665 married Josiah Moulton; William born 10/7/ died 11/8/1667 married Susannah; Maria/Mariah born 5/16/1672 married James Prescott

Gen. Dictionary of ME & NH:  Page, Deac. Robert, Hampton, s. of Robert and Margaret (Goodwin), reached Boston from Ormesby St. Margaret, co. Norfolk, 8 June 1637, ag. 33, with w. Lucy, ag. 30, 3 ch., and servants Wm. Moulton and Anne Wadd, aged 15, supposed to have been his wife's sis., and went to Salem. N.E. Reg. 66: 180; see also 69: 342. Hampt. by the 2d summer. Selectm. 8 times 1644-1671. Allowed to build sawmill at Taylor's River 1656; Rep. 1657, 1668; marshal of co. of Norfolk; deacon 1660 to death; moderator 1667-8. Ag. 58, also +/-59 in 1660; +/-75 in Nov. 1676. His w. Lucy d. 12 Nov. 1665,  ag. 58. His will, 9 Sept. (d. 22 Sept. ag. 75) 1679, names all ch. but Susanna and many Ch: Margaret m. 1st William Moulton, m. 2d John Sanborn. Francis b. +/-1633. Susanna came with parents. Thomas bp. at Salem 1 Sept 1639. Rebecca bp. with Thos., m. Wm. Marston. Hannah m. Capt Henry Dow. Mary b. +/-1643 m. Samuel Fogg.

History of Hampton NH: Robert Page, the first of the name in Hampton, was a son of Robert & Margaret Page of Ormsby, in the county of Norfolk, England, where he was born about 1604. His wife's name was Lucy. The record of their examination, April 12, 1637, preparatory to leaving England, gave his age as 33 years, and hers as 30 years. They, with 3 children, Francis, Margarett, and Susannah, and two servants, William Moulton age 20 years, and Anne Wadd, 15 years, were desirous to pass into New England to inhabit. He settled in Hampton in 1639, having received a grant of 10 acres of land for a house-lot lying between the house-lots of William Marston on the west, and Robert Marston, on the east, abutting on the Meeting house Green, on the south, and other land of his, on the north. This is still the home of the daughters of Josiah Page, a descendant, of the sixth generation. Goodman Page was one of the selectmen six years. He represented the town in the General Court of Massachusetts, two years ; was at one time marshal of the old county of Norfolk. He was also a member of various committees raised by the town from time to time. In 1660, we find him one of the deacons of the church, and from the death of his colleague in 1671, to his own death, he appears to have been the only deacon. He died Sept. 22, 1679, aged seventy-five. Lucy, his wife, died Nov. 12, 1665, aged fifty-eight. Their children were : Margaret, b in England, about 1629; m., 1st, William Moulton (3); 2d, John Sanborn (2) ; d. July 13, 1699. Francis (2), b. about 1633; m. Meribah Smith; d. Nov. 15, 1706. Susanna. Thomas (3), b. about 1639; m. Mary Hussey; d. Sept. 8, 1686. Hannah, b. about 16-41; m. Capt. Henry Dow (2) ; d. Aug. 6, 1704. Mary, b. about 1644; m. Samuel Fo<rg (1) ; d. Mar. 8, 1700. Rebecca, [b. 1646?] ; m. William Marston (3) ; d. May 27, 1673

Pioneers of MA. Page, Robert, husbandman, ae 33, with wife Lucy, ae 30, and children Frances, Margaret and Susanna, and servants William Moulton ae 20, and Anne Wad, ae 15, of Ormsby, Eng. passed exam 3/11/1637 to go to NE. Settled at Salem. Wife Lucy adm. chh. 1630. He was adm. frm 5/18/1642. Rem. to Hampton; deputy, deacon. He secured the claims of his brother Edward Colcord and his wife Ann in 1654 and 1679. Ch. Rebecca and Samuel bapt at Sal 1 (7) 1639. He d 9/22/1679. Will dated 9/9/ prob 9/20/1679 beq to sons Francis and Thomas; daus Mary Fogg, Margaret Sanborne, and Hannah wife of Henry Dow; gr ch. Seth, James, and Hannah Fogg; Joseph, Benjamin, Robert, Hannah, Sarah and Ruth Moulton; Jonathan Samborne; Rebecca, Hannah, Samuel, Lucie and Meriah Marston; Joseph, Samuel, Symon and Jabez Dow; Robert, Samuel, John, Mary and Lucie Page; some of these gr ch called by their marriage names in the will.

 The New England historical and genealogical register, Volume 26: Robert Page born in Ormsby County of Norfolk England in 1604 emigrated to New England in 1637. He was son of Robert of that place who by his wife Margaret had 1 i Robert b in 1604 m Lucy b in 1607, ii Thomas b 1606, iii Rebecca bap May 16 1608, iv Henry b 1610, v Francis b 1612. Robert Page Sen d in England July 1617, His will was dated Jul 1 1617 and proved July 23d in which he mentions wife Margaret and the five children above named. Robert Page the emigrant with wife Lucy four of his children and two hired servants Wm Moulton and Ann Wadd emigrated to America in 1637 at which time he was 33 and Lucy 30 years of age. He settled in Hampton N.H. and was among the first settlers of that ancient town where he d Sept 22 1679 aged 75. Lucy his wife d Nov 12 1665 aged 58. From the records in Hampton we learn that he was one of the most active energetic and influential men in town. He was elected a member of the first board of selectmen and again in 1647 1652 1655 1659 1667 and 1670. He was a member of the general assembly in 1657 and again in 1668. He was also marshal of the old county of Norfolk in which Hampton was then included. He was granted the privilege by a vote of the town of building the first saw mill which he was required to do within a year but by reason of his being engaged in constructing a parsonage the time was extended to two years. In 1659 when 76 persons were taxed Robert Page's tax was the highest and amounted to one twentieth of the whole sum. A committee was appointed to assign to each person the seat in which he was to sit and a penalty was attached for a violation of the order. The people were seated in accordance with their social position and standing in the community. The front seat was considered the most honorable place. In this seat Robert Page and a few others were placed on one side while to their wives was allotted the front seat on the opposite si de. Mr Page was the only deacon of the church for more than 20 years and was succeeded in that office by his son Francis. Notwithstanding the many offices which he filled and the multiplicity of business which he performed he was unable to write his name and always made use of a mark for a signature and a late town clerk of H. gave it as his opinion that the mark was uniformly made with the left hand. 1 Robert1 and Lucy had the following children: i Margaret b in England 1629 m 1651 Wlm Moulton who came over as the hired servant of her father and they were the ancestors of many of the Moultons in this country. He d in 1661 and she m for her second husband John Sanborn Sen as his second wife. She d July 13 1699 a 70; ii Susan b 1631 2; iii Francis b 1633 m Dec 2 1669 Meribah Smith; iv Rebecca b 1636 m Oct 15 1652 Wm Marston Jr b 1622 d Jan 22 1701 aged 82. She d June 27 1673 aged 37. They had 1 Rebecca b 1651 m June 3 1676 John Smith the Tailor, 2 Hannah b Aug 21 1656 m Oct 19 1676 Samuel son of Samuel and Ann Fogg b Dec 25 1653, 3 Mary b April 4 1659 d Dec 2 1660, 4 Samuel b Sept 8 1661 m Sarah dau of Win Sanborn Sen b 1663. He d Nov 8 1723. She d of palsy April 17 1738 aged 75, 5 Triphena b Dec 28 1663 m 1685 or 6 Joseph son of Joseph and Ann Philbrick, 6 Lucy b April 21 1665, 7 William b 1667 d in 1667, 8 William b 1669 m Susanna, 9 Mariah b May 16 1672 m March 1 1695 James Prescott Jr son of James Prescott Sen the emigrant of 1668 b Sept 1 1671 and had Jeremiah, Samuel, Elisha, Sarah, Lucy, Ebenczer, James, and Rebecca. (See Prescott Memorial pages 233 - 5) 3 v Thomas b in Hampton 1639 in Feb 1664 Mary Hussey. He d Sept 6 1686, vi Hannah b in Hampton 1611 m June 15 1659 Henry Dow Jr b in England 1634 was marshal of the province of New Hampshire in 1680 mandamus counsellor in 1702 d May 6 1702 aged 68. She d Aug 6 1704 aged 63. They had 1 Samuel b Nov 4 1661, 2 Joseph b Oct 20 1663, 3 Simon b March 4 1667, 4 Jabez b Feb 8 1672, vii Mary b 1614 m Dec 28 1665 Samuel Fogg an early settler of Hampton as his second wife. She d May 8 1700. They had 1 Seth b 1606 m 1693 or 4 Sarah dau of Richard Curwin, 2 James b Feb 16 1668 m Mary three children, 3 Hannah b April 6 1672. 

Founders and Patriots of America Index Page, Robert (1604-July 22, 1679) m. ... Lucy ...MASS. NH XVIII, 140

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