|b. c1630||Ormseby, Co Norfolk||[NEHGR 141:114-120]|
|d. 13 July 1699||Hampton NH||[Page1] [NEHGR 141:114-120]|
|m. c1646||Hampton NH||[NEHGR 141:313-323]|
|b. 1604||Ormseby, Co Norfolk||[Page1]|
|d. 27 September 1679||Hampton NH||[Page1]|
|m. 8 October 1629||South Walsham, Co Norfolk||[NEHGR 141:114-120]|
 Lucy Warde
|bp. 13 March 1604/5||Filby, Co Norfolk||[NEHGR 141:114-120]|
|d. 12 November 1665||Hampton NH||[Page1]|
[Page1] Among the first settlers of Hampton. He was one of the most active, energetic and influential men of the town: a member of the first board of selectmen and again in 1647, 1652, 1659, 1667 and 1670; a member of the general assembly in 1657 and agin in 1668. He also was marshall of the Old Colony of Norfolk, in which Hampton was then included. He was granted the priviledge, by vote of the town, of building the first saw-mill, which he was required to do within one year, but by reason of his being engaged in constructing a parsonage, the time was extended to two years. In 1659, when 76 persons were taxed, RP's tax was the highest, and amounted to one twentieth of the whole sum. Seated in accordance with their social position and standing in the community, RP had the most honorable place - in the front seat. RP ws the only Deacon of the church for more than 20 years and was succeeded by his son Francis.
[NEHGR 66:180-3] RP who was to inherit the Page homestead in Acle after his mother's death, emigrated to NE in 1637. They lived in Salem from 1637 to 1639 after which they moved to Hampton.
|b. c1577||Acle, Co Norfolk||[NEHGR 66:180-3]|
|d. July 1617||Ormseby St Margaret, Co Norfolk||[Page1] [NEHGR 66:180-3]|
|m. 16 July 1598||Hemblington, Co Norfolk||[NEHGR 66:180-3]|
 Margeret Goodwin
[NEHGR 66:180-3] RP died in Ormseby between 1 and 23 July 1617 and was probably buried in the churchyard of Ormseby St Margaret.
|b. b1550||Acle, Co Norfolk||[NEHGR 66:180-3]|
|d. April/May 1587||Acle, Co Norfolk||[NEHGR 66:180-3]|
 Martha --
|d. a1578||[NEHGR 66:180-3]|
In the Norfolk Parish Register of Marriages 1:22, Roberte Page & Margrett Goodwynge were married at Hemblington. AS hemblington is only 4 miles from Acle and as Page was the only person of the name there married, he is probably the Page of Acle.
Dewayne E. Perry
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