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Edwin D. PAGE was born circa 1836 at St. Lawrence, New York. Edwin settled in Ringgold County, Iowa, during the year of 1855. He enlisted as a Private from Mount Ayr, Iowa, on November 26, 1861 and the age of 26 years, and was assigned to Company G, 4th Iowa Infantry. He died of disease March 27, 1862, Cassville, Barry County, Missouri.

Edwin married March 24, Ringgold County, Iowa, to Mary Jane ANDERSON. Mary Jane (ANDERSON) PAGE was born in Indiana circa 1831, and died December 17, 1864, in Ringgold County, Iowa.

American Civil War Soldiers database,

American Civil War Soldiers and Sailors database, National Parks Service

Submission by Sharon R. Becker, May of 2010

Mike Crawford writes: "Edwin D. Page, he is my g-g-grandfather. My descent is through his daughter Martha "Mattie" Page who married Jeremiah Gustin, their son Jeremiah who married Mary Myrtle Osmond, and their daughter Evelyn Fern Gustin, my Mother, who married Robert William Crawford of Tama County, Iowa.

"Just to fill you in on Edwin D., his body was removed from a temporary interment at Cassville and reburied at the National Cemetery in Springfield, Missouri, Section 11, site 691. with just E. D. Page on his headstone.

"I have to think that since his widow died so soon after he did the children never knew where their Father was buried. I've never found a grave for Mary Jane Page, they probably couldn’t afford one."

Thank you, Mike!

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