Biography of Ebenezer Page
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Page, Ebenezer, was born in the town of Scio, Allegany county, N. Y, December 19, 1847, the oldest son of Charles and Matilda Mayeron Page, a farmer and now a resident of Hornellsville. Ebenezer was given a common school education, and became a farmer by occupation. In his twenty second year he bought the old homestead farm in West Almond, and conducted that until January, 1879, when he exchanged it for one half of the old McBurney farm of 165 acres, and has added to this by the purchase of the John Santee farm of 100 acres, and also owns 100 acres purchased of the Hartshone estate in the fall of 1894. In June, 1889, he bought sixtytwo acres of the Jeff McGee farm on lot 10, and also owns 100 acres on Crosby Creek, purchased of the Oliver Cleveland estate. Mr. Page has always conducted a dairy farm, and now has fifty eight head of stock, besides nine horses. He conducts a milk route in Hornellsville. Mr. Page was married three times, first, to Clara, a daughter of Oliver Cleveland, who died in May, 1876. His second wife was Elethra Cleveland, sister of his first wife, and her death occurred March 26, 1892. The present Mrs. Page was Mary L. Orvis, daughter of Daniel H. Orvis, of this town. He has two children: Clara A., a student of Hornellsville Academy, and Frederick, a student of Bryant School.

From:
Landmarks of Steuben County, New York
Edited by: Hon. Harlo Hakes
Assisted by: L. C. Aldrich and others
D. Mason & Co., Publishers
Syracuse, N. Y. 1896


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