Help source Lydia, wife of John Page

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Regarding John and Lydia Page of Epping, New Hampshire:  I've sourced about 6 children.  Please help source Lydia, either her DOB and parents or her death or marriage.  Thanks in advance for your help!

Regards, Janine
WikiTree profile: Lydia Eastman
in Genealogy Help by Janine Barber G2G6 Pilot (176k points)
recategorized by Jillaine Smith
I looked for her on and on ma-vitalrecords. Since he's from salisbury, MA originally, I looked for her there; while there were some Lock(e)s there, I found no record for her, or for their marriage.

4 Answers

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Problem is Janine, all info listed is supplied by Family Data Collection.

Meaning these records are from family tree"s,with little proof.You can

see Tree"s on
by Wayne Morgan G2G6 Pilot (916k points)
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Name: Lydia Lock
Birth Date: 5 Apr 1735
Birth Place: Kensington, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States
Gender: Female
Father's name: Edward Lock
Mother's name: Hannah Lock
FHL Film Number: 1001013



"New Hampshire Birth Records, early to 1900." Index. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2009. New Hampshire Registrar of Vital Statistics. "Index to births, early to 1900." New Hampshire Registrar of Vital Statistics, Concord, New Hampshire.

by Doug Lockwood G2G Astronaut (2.4m points)
Thanks for your help!  I've been trying to keep "Unsourced -- New Hampshire" down below 200 profiles, and I appreciate all the help!

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You might want to check out  Book of the Lockes: A Genealogical and Historical Record of the Descendants of William Locke, of Woburn John Goodwin Locke.  See page: Appendix p. 330.  It gives her parents as Edward Locke and Hannah Blake. Correct dates, correct husband  etc.  Book doesn't appear to note sources, so you would have to confirm the data.

by Chris Hoyt G2G6 Pilot (758k points)
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John Page and Lydia Sanborn have the same children. Good place to start.

John Page and Lydia Sanborn

Just added bios to above with this source: Dow, Joseph. ''History of the town of Hampton, New Hampshire, from its settlement in 1638 to the autumn of 1892.'' L.E. Dow. Salem, Ma. 1893. pg. 891
by Sara Mosher G2G6 Mach 1 (12.4k points)
edited by Sara Mosher

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