News: Captain Daniel Page and his family arrived in South Africa in the early part of the nineteenth century and is the ancestor to a branch of the Page Family of South Africa.
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'John Page' Albert Page and Family Albert Page Mrt 1919 Albert Page with his family Arrival Log Captain Daniel Page Captain Daniel Page Casper Page Casper Page and Family
Children of Albert Page Children of Casper Page and Maria de Klerk Children of PCP Page Daniel Page, Barrack Master at Winchester Barracks Daniel Page, Barrack-Master at Winchester Barracks Daughters of PCP Page Edward Daniel Henry Page Edward Daniel Henry Page Edward Daniel Henry Page Edward Daniel Henry Page
George Edward Page George Edward Page George Edward Page George Page George Page Georgina Cumming Georgina Cumming Henry Somerset Page Hester Johanna Jacoba Page Hester Johanna Jacoba Page
Hester Johanna Jacoba Page J Page Json Jeremia Johannes Page 1895 - 1977 Jeremia Johannes Page en sy gesin Johannes Petrus Minnaar Page John Page Sept.1911 Leah Sophia Whiley Lieutenant William Page Margaretha Elizabeth Page Margaretha Elizabeth Page
Maud Henrietta Page Maud Henrietta Page P.J. Page Paarl 11.11.1895  No5942 Page Girls Page Girls, later Page workshop, Paarl Phoebe Harriet Page Pierre Christo Phillips Page Pierre Christo Phillips Page Sophia Carolina Page
Unidentified infant from the Page clan of Paarl Unidentified member of the Page Family of Paarl Unidentified member of the Page Family of Paarl Willem Frederik Johannes Page