|Francis Page was buried in the Bruton Parish Episcopal Church in Williamsburg|
Francis Page, of York County, in his last will and testament, provided the erection of a brick structure over his grave of equal height with the tombs, also of brick, covering the remains of his father and other. He married Mary Diggs and was the son of John Page (1660-1710) and died in 1692, buried in the Bruton Parish Episcopal Church, Williamsburg. Source: Records of York County, vol. 1690-1694, p. 169. Source: Records of York County, vol. 1690-1694, p. 169.
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