Amos Page
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Amos Page
(1752-After 1840)


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1. Azubah Doane

Amos Page

  • Born: 12 Nov 1752, Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts
  • Marriage (1): Azubah Doane
  • Died: After 1840, Cambridge, Lamoille County, Vermont

  General Notes:

Research of Floyd Oakes on Rootsweb
pension file
He enlisted 30 apr 1775 at Bennington, VT under Col Benedict Arnold and marched immediately for the purpose of capturing the Brisitsh Posts on Lake Champlain and when he arrived there Col Allen ahd taken three of them.; he immediately amrched with Arnold and 29 volunteers to St. John's and took it. soon after returned to Ticonderoga where he was left and remained til June following when a regiment commanded by Col James Eason he enlisted into regiment for 8 mos in Capt Hancock's CO - served 8 mos and was dismissed. In the Spring of 1776 he enlisted for one year with Col Patterson of Massachusetts and served his time the summer of 1777 he again joined the Army and served as a volunteer until after the surrender of Burgoyne..was in sthe Battle of Bennington...

1810 Fairfield, Franklin County, Vermont There is a Richard Page and an Amos Page; both are HOHs

1820-1830: Cambridge, Franklin County, VT there is a Richard Page and an Amos Page - both are HOHs; Amos died in Cambridge VT

In 1840 in Cambridge, Lamoille County, Vermont in the HH of Amos Page there is a male born between 1760 and 1770 that could be him

Amos married Azubah Doane. (Azubah Doane was born in 1750-1770 and died on 4 May 1809 in Cambridge, Lamoille County, Vermont.)

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