1820 Sarah Schooley was born to Benjamin Schooley and Ann K [Ivins] on April 11 [date: 1820,4,11].  1837 Benjamin Schooley and family transferred from Chesterfield meeting, New Jersey, to Cincinnati, Ohio.  1840 Michael C Page and John Page [his father?] were listed in an account book for the H & S Bainum store in Laurel, Ohio.  1843 Michael C Page and Sarah C Schooley were married on 14 September in Hamilton County, Ohio. Sarah's brother, James R Schooley attested to the age of Michael C Page.  Photocopy Marriage Record Michael C Page and Sarah C Schooley. 1844 Benjamin F Page was buried 24 Oct, 1844 age 1 month 5 days at the Old Calvary Cemetery in Jackson Twp, Clermont County, Ohio, son of M C & S C Page. Sarah's father's name was Benjamin. Could this Benjamin be the firstborn of Michael and Sarah?  Photocopy Grave marker of Benjamin Page, 1844. 1845 Sarah Page (formerly Schooley) was reported at the Cincinnati Ohio Quaker meeting for marriage contrary to discipline.  1848 Sarah Page (formerly Schooley) was dropped from membership by the Quakers, apparently for marrying MC Page contrary to Quaker discipline.  1850 On November 5, Sarah C Page (age 30) and Michael E [sic] Page (age 32) lived in Washington Twp, Clermont County, Ohio with daughter Elizabeth (age 5), and Sarah's brother Benjamin Schooley.  1854 Sarah Page's brother, Benjamin Schooley, was committed to a lunatic asylum by her father, Benjamin Schooley Senior, and M.C. Page.  1854 MC [Michael Coate] Page witnessed James Ferrel's will (relationship, if any, unknown). Michael's brother, CW [Christopher William] Page, was named in the proceedings.  1857 M.C. Page was shown as owner of Section 17 NE 1/4 (80 acres), in Jackson Twp, Darke County, Ohio . Nearby was land of brother-in-law or father-in-law B[Benjamin] Schooley, cousin WB [William Benton] Page, and brother CW [Christopher William] Page. Sister, widow Sarah Light, likely had land on the plot for the heirs of D Light. Also nearby was land of W.K. Marquess, perhaps where Charles Pickett, future husband-to-be of daughter Elizabeth R Page, was living. Photocopy close-up of 1857 Darke County, Ohio atlas map with land of MC Page and WK Marquess. 1857 MC Page and Robert M Farrell (son of James Ferrel) sold land to John Buff, the second husband of Aunt Jane Curlet Pigman Abner Page.  1860 Sarah C Page (age 40, born in NJ) and M.C. Page (age 42, born in Ohio) lived in Greenville, Jackson Twp, Darke County, Ohio with daughter Elizabeth R Page (age 14), and John R Page (age 9), both born in Ohio. M.C. was a farmer with $1600 real estate and $700 total estate value. No-one was listed as attending school and all were able to read. Living nearby was Uncle Asahel Page.  1863 MC Page was taxed by the IRS in Lakeville, Union Twp, St. Joseph County, Indiana for special income and as a retail dealer.  1864 MC Page was taxed by the IRS in Lakeville, Union Twp, St. Joseph County, Indiana for income, a retail business, and a horse carriage.  1865 Asahel C Page (likely MC's uncle or perhaps his brother) sold land to M.C. Page and Sarah's brother-in-law, John Hartshorn, in Darke County, Ohio which was notarized in Randolph County, Indiana. 1865 Sarah's brother Benjamin died and the estate was administered by Sarah's brother-in-law, J.D. Hartshorn, and I.C. Pickett (daughter Elizabeth's husband's brother) was involved.  1866 MC Page was taxed by the IRS in S. Bend, Union Twp, St. Joseph County, Indiana for income and a horse carriage.  1867 EF&C Straight sold land to MC Page and CT Pickett (daughter Elizabeth's husband).  1868 On March 17, Sarah Page died and was buried at Union City Cemetery, Randolph County, Indiana, on the north side, about 3 streets in from East entrance, with inscription: (unreadable) Sarah; wife to; M C Page; died March 17 1868; aged 47 Yrs 11 Mo; 23 ds; (and); Samuel O; son of M CAS C Page (MC and SC Page?); died April 15 1855; aged 23 days . Photocopy Sarah Schooley Page's gravestone, Union City Cemetery, Indiana, 1868.  1868 Sarah Page's father, Benjamin Schooley, died in November and his estate was appraised by Sarah's brother-in-law, Thomas B Page, and was administered by Sarah's brother-in-law, J.D. Hartshorn, for Probate Judge Meeker. 1868 On 26 December, Elizabeth Page, daughter of Michael Page, gave testimony at the probate of the will of Asahel C Page, whom we assume to be Michael's uncle. Isaiah C. Pickett, older brother of Elizabeth's husband Charles, executed the estate with probate judge Meeker. Elizabeth Page wrote about caring for Asahel in a letter.  "M C Page adm of Ashel C Page. Note of Testimony: Elizabeth R Picket states that she was acquainted with A C Page decd. knew him at his last illness. he had a constitutional disease ... don't remember the time he stayed at my fathers house. I was not there at the time he died. Some of the time he was not able to take care of himself. M C Page is my father." 1869 M.C. Page, Mrs E. Pickett, and C.F. Page [sic, likely C.T Pickett] were charter members of the Rebekah Lodge No 12 in Union City, Ohio.  1870 On 28 December, Michael C Page and Elizabeth Norton (widow, born Elizabeth Hinshaw) were married in in Randolph County, Indiana by Justice of the Peace Jacob Ectzrath.  1870 MC Page (age 53) was a patent medicine vendor living in Union City, Jackson Twp, Darke County, Ohio in the household of MC Page's sister-in-law, Rebecca Polley (age 48, born in NJ), with Polley's children and Elizabeth Rynensin (age 47, born in PA). Michael's estate was valued at $1200. Son John Page (age 19) was living nearby in the household of Jacob Livingood, the Justice of the Peace. Daughter Elizabeth had married Charles Pickett.  1880 Michael C. Page (age 62) lived in Washington Twp, Randolph County, Indiana. He was a farmer and had the piles. His wife was Elizabeth Page (age 48, born Ohio, with parents born in North Carolina). Next door was Elizabeth's son Lewis L Norton.  1881 Michael C Page was buried on May 30 1881 at the Union City, Indiana cemetery, lot 497. His obituary reported "M.C. Page, a former resident of this city, and well-known to the residents of the Ohio side, died at his home in Rural, this county, Sunday last. He was buried in the cemetery this city Monday afternoon at 3 p.m. Funeral services were held at the M.E. Church."  1907 Mrs. Elizabeth Page, aged about 74 years, died at her home west of Rural, last Sunday morning after a long illness. Funeral services were held at Mt Pleasant church, Reverand Gray of Farmland officiating. Interment there.  Elizabeth Norton Page was buried. Her gravemarker at Mt Pleasant cemetery, Lynn, Randolph County, Indiana was labeled "Mother" with dates 1832-1907.  Research Notes: Possible son Benjamin Page was buried in 1844 at the same cemetery where William Page was buried in 1834. We do not know the relationship, if any, to the family of William Page, born 1772 in New Jersey, and died 1834 in Moscow, Clermont County, Ohio, and had a family home at Point Isabel. Our notes for William Page are at our Genealogy Page at this website. Census records suggest that this family lived in Kentucky for a while. 1819 Michael C Page's birth was reportedly listed in the bible of father John Page (born NJ) and mother Rachel Hartman (born Kentucky). We would like to know of this bible. Footnotes [Link] opens the Link in a new tab of your browser.  William Wade Hinshaw. Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol 5 [Ohio], (1946):929  William Wade Hinshaw. Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol 5 [Ohio], (1946):929  Account book, Clermont County Genealogical Society, [Link]  FamilySearch.org, citing GS film 344456 of Ohio Marriages, [Link]  Old Calvary Cemetery, [Link]  William Wade Hinshaw. Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol 5 [Ohio], (1946):925, cited under Page. Date: 1845,11,20  William Wade Hinshaw. Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol 5 [Ohio], (1946):925, cited under Page. Date: 1848,12,21  US census, 1850 (Reel.Page): 0667.479, family 511, [Link]  Document at Darke County Historical Society, Garst Museum, http://www.garstmuseum.org/home.php  FamilySearch.org, Will B2A-193, image 453, [Link]  J Chace Jr. Map of Darke County Ohio (Philadelphia: 1857)  Deed transcription by Dorothy Wiland, [Link]  US census, 1860 (Reel.Page): 956.672, family 443, [Link]  U.S. IRS Tax Assessment Lists, 1863, Indiana, District 9  U.S. IRS Tax Assessment Lists, 1864, Indiana, District 9  Document at Darke County Historical Society, Garst Museum, http://www.garstmuseum.org/home.php  U.S. IRS Tax Assessment Lists, 1866, Indiana, District 9  Deed transcription by Dorothy Wiland, [Link]  Find A Grave Memorial 27767581, [Link]  Robert Wolfe. Photo (2005) Union City Cemetery, Randolph County, Indiana  Garst History Museum in Greenville, Darke County, Ohio  John L Smith and Lee L Driver. Past and Present of Randolph County Indiana (1914):738  FamilySearch.org, citing GS film 001654840 of Indiana marriages, [Link]  US census, 1870 (Reel.Page): 1194.492, family 367, [Link]  US census, 1880 (Reel.Page): 0307.391, family 202, [Link]  Newspaper: Indiana Times, Union City, June 4, 1881  Newspaper notice abstract dated May 16, 1907, no citation recorded  Find A Grave Memorial 60035163, [Link]
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