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Husband: Doctor Thadeus Page
Born: 1841/02 in Marion Dist, SC
Married: after 1870 in Marion Co, SC
Died: after 1870 in Marion Co, SC
Father: Abraham Page
Mother: Alice Nichols
Spouses:
Wife: Addie Ayres
Born: in Marion Dist, SC
Died:
Father: Thomas W Ayres
Mother: Martha Ann Williamson
Spouses:
Additional Information

Doctor Thadeus Page:

Notes:

!NAMED-PROBATE ROLL # 662 Marion Co., SC Abram Page 20 Mar 1844
... died intestate ... Avorett Nichols, adm
widow Alice/Allis Page
she is guardian to Averit Page, Nancy Page, Abram Page, Hartwell Page, Orpey Page, Joseph Page and Dr. P. Page
...;

!CENSUS:1850 Marion Dist, SC pg 53B # 799/803
Alice PAGE, 42, $2000 Marion
David, 25 Farmer
Ava, 24 (f)
Ann, 20
Abraham, 19
Hartwell, 17
Ossah, 14 (f)
Joseph, 10
Thadeus, 8;

!CENSUS:1860 Marion Dist, SC # 1534
Alice PAGE, 57 NC
D. W. (m) 35
Joseph, 20
Doctor T. 17
Elizabeth LEWIS, 30
Abram PAGE, 26
C. C. (f) 2;

!CENSUS:1870 Marion Co, SC Hillsboro # 50
Doctor PAGE, 28 SC
Alice, 62;

!REFERENCE: A History of Marion County, South Carolina From Its Earliest Times to the Present, 1901, by W. W. Sellers, Esq., of the Marion Bar. 1902. pp. 162-166
...
Abram Page, the second son of the first old Joseph, married Miss Alice Nichols, of Columbus County, N. C, and sister to our late respected fellow-citizen, Averett Nichols, of Nichols, S. C. He settled on Ashpole, below the mouth of Bear Swamp, on the place now owned by the Widow T. B. Braddy, and where she resides. Abram Page raised five sons and one daughter; the sons were David N., Averett, Abram B., Joseph N. and Dock, as he was called, and one daughter, Ava. David N. died in early manhood; I do not think he married ; Averett moved into North Carolina ; I do not know whom he married, nor of his family; Abram B. Page, well known by his contemporaries, settled and merchandised for many years at Nichols, S. C, and apparently did well for years, but finally failed, lost his mind, was carried to the Asylum at Columbia, S. C, and after staying there for a while, returned home and soon thereafter died; he never married; his fine property in and about Nichols was all sold and has gone into other hands. Joseph N. Page, of Page's Mill, settled there many years ago; he married a daughter of the late Elias B. Ford, by whom he had and raised only one child, a daughter, who in recent years married a Mr. L. W. Temple, of Raleigh, N. C, who has a family of several children. Joseph N. Page was a very safe man, accumulated a considerable property, which was all clear at his death, a few years ago. Dock Page, the youngest brother, and who inherited the old homestead, married Miss Addie Ayres, daughter of Thos. W. Ayres, and lived on the old homestead until a year or two ago, when he sold it to Mrs. Braddy, as herein stated, who now occupies it. Dock Page has a considerable family, unknown to the writer. Ava Page, the only daughter of Abram Page, married James D. Oliver, many years ago ; they removed to Texas ; nothing further is known of them. ;

!REFERENCE: A History of Marion County, South Carolina From Its Earliest Times to the Present, 1901, by W. W. Sellers, Esq., of the Marion Bar. 1902. pp. 166-167
...
Thomas W. Ayres is well known to the county ; was County Commissioner perhaps two terms, some years ago, and a prominent member of the Baptist Church ; he did valiant service in the war-he and two of his sons were in the war together; his two sons were killed, as the writer has been informed, on the same day and in the same battle. Thomas W. Ayres married a Miss Williamson, in the Gapway neighborhood, a sister of Joseph Williamson. Besides the two sons killed in the war, he has three other sons, John and Pendleton G. Ayres, two excellent citizens, and a younger son, named Robert; he has several daughters, one married Dock Page, as hereinbefore stated, and one named Sallie, who died while off at school at Limestone Springs ; not known as to the other daughters. Pendleton G. Ayres married a Miss McMillan, in the Mullins community. John Ayres married Miss Susan Page, a daughter of Timothy Page, and has a house full of children, so said. Robert Ayres has gone to Georgia and, I think, has married out there.;

Addie Ayres:

Notes:

!REFERENCE: A History of Marion County, South Carolina From Its Earliest Times to the Present, 1901, by W. W. Sellers, Esq., of the Marion Bar. 1902. pp. 162-166
...
Abram Page, the second son of the first old Joseph, married Miss Alice Nichols, of Columbus County, N. C, and sister to our late respected fellow-citizen, Averett Nichols, of Nichols, S. C. He settled on Ashpole, below the mouth of Bear Swamp, on the place now owned by the Widow T. B. Braddy, and where she resides. Abram Page raised five sons and one daughter; the sons were David N., Averett, Abram B., Joseph N. and Dock, as he was called, and one daughter, Ava. David N. died in early manhood; I do not think he married ; Averett moved into North Carolina ; I do not know whom he married, nor of his family; Abram B. Page, well known by his contemporaries, settled and merchandised for many years at Nichols, S. C, and apparently did well for years, but finally failed, lost his mind, was carried to the Asylum at Columbia, S. C, and after staying there for a while, returned home and soon thereafter died; he never married; his fine property in and about Nichols was all sold and has gone into other hands. Joseph N. Page, of Page's Mill, settled there many years ago; he married a daughter of the late Elias B. Ford, by whom he had and raised only one child, a daughter, who in recent years married a Mr. L. W. Temple, of Raleigh, N. C, who has a family of several children. Joseph N. Page was a very safe man, accumulated a considerable property, which was all clear at his death, a few years ago. Dock Page, the youngest brother, and who inherited the old homestead, married Miss Addie Ayres, daughter of Thos. W. Ayres, and lived on the old homestead until a year or two ago, when he sold it to Mrs. Braddy, as herein stated, who now occupies it. Dock Page has a considerable family, unknown to the writer. Ava Page, the only daughter of Abram Page, married James D. Oliver, many years ago ; they removed to Texas ; nothing further is known of them. ;

!REFERENCE: A History of Marion County, South Carolina From Its Earliest Times to the Present, 1901, by W. W. Sellers, Esq., of the Marion Bar. 1902. pp. 166-167
...
Thomas W. Ayres is well known to the county ; was County Commissioner perhaps two terms, some years ago, and a prominent member of the Baptist Church ; he did valiant service in the war-he and two of his sons were in the war together; his two sons were killed, as the writer has been informed, on the same day and in the same battle. Thomas W. Ayres married a Miss Williamson, in the Gapway neighborhood, a sister of Joseph Williamson. Besides the two sons killed in the war, he has three other sons, John and Pendleton G. Ayres, two excellent citizens, and a younger son, named Robert; he has several daughters, one married Dock Page, as hereinbefore stated, and one named Sallie, who died while off at school at Limestone Springs ; not known as to the other daughters. Pendleton G. Ayres married a Miss McMillan, in the Mullins community. John Ayres married Miss Susan Page, a daughter of Timothy Page, and has a house full of children, so said. Robert Ayres has gone to Georgia and, I think, has married out there.;

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