John Page

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ChartsAncestors of Jennie Luene Logan
John Page, whose ancestry is unknown (or not traced here), was born say 1500.1 He died at Puckeridge, Hertfordshire, England, before 5 May 1556, when his will was proved.1

John married Katherine (…), whose ancestry is unknown (or not traced here), say 1525.1

John Page appeared on the 1545 subsidy at Braughing, where he was assessed 5s. 4d. John Fitzherbert, esquire, conveyed a messuage and land in Standon, Hertford, by fine to John Page, Humphrey Isake, and Andrew Woodruffe, which Dionisia Fytzherbert, widow, held for life of the heritage of [her son] the said John Fitzherbert. In 1552, John Page Sr. and Katherine, his wife conveyed a messuage and garden in Standon, by fine to William Thystylwett and Allice, his wife.1

John left a will dated 4 March 1555/56, and proved 5 May 1556:
to Jenken page sonne of John page my sonnevj s viijd
to Thomas Danyell, Joane Danyell, Marye Danyell & Elizabeth Danyell childrene of my sonne in lawe William Danyell to evry of them vj s. viij d.
to Thobye Chaundeler Raphaell Chaundeler and Barbara Chaundleler childerne of my sonne in lawe Thomas Chaundleler to evry of them vj s. viij d.
towarde the mending of the highway between the end of Pokeredge and the topp of the hill toward Brawghing xl s to be paid out of the money sonne Thomas Chaundeler owith me when it is due.
to Katheryne my wife all my lnads which I purchased of John fitzherbert and all my reversion of in and to the same to have and to holde the said lands from and after the decease of Dyonyce fizherbert during the nautural life of Katheryne
After the decease of her the same lands to remain to son John and his assignes for his life and after his decease to nephewe Jenkyn page and his heires forever.
To Katheryne my other free lands wherever they be to her andher heires forever
Residue of all goods not bequeathed to wife Katherine
Executor: Katheryne
Wit: Nycholas Wayte, Thomas Blome, William Danyell, and William Humonde

In 1561, Katherine, Thomas Chandler and his wife Joan conveyed messuages and lands in Puckeridge, Standon, and Braughing, co. Hertford, by fine, to John Warde.1


Katherine (…) d. aft. 1561
  • Margaret Page1
  • John Page1
  • Joan Page+1 b. say 1530, d. bef. 11 Mar 1606/7
This person was last edited on28 Apr 2016


  1. [S1847] Douglas Richardson, "New Light on the English Ancestry of William1 Chandler and of his Cousin, Margaret Chandler, Wife of William1 Dennison, Both of Roxbury, Massachusetts," The American Genealogist 73 (Jan 1998): 50-57, at 52-54, further cited as Richardson, "English Ancestry of the Chandlers of Roxbury, Mass."