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Thomas Jefferson Page

Naval Commander

Missouri Division Sons

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Missouri Division Sons

#570 2317 State Rd. EE

Montgomery City, Missouri,63361

United States

Company Description

Missouri Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans. St. Louis, MO,Sons of Confederate Veterans website offers accurate historical accounts of The War Between the States, Missouri Secession documentation, Information about Missouri SCV camps, Educational informati...more

Background Information

Employment History

CivilWarTalk.com


Naval Commander

Confederate States Navy


Web References(28 Total References)


shsp,css,stonewall

www.csnavy.org [cached]

By Captain Thomas J. Page, C.S.N.


Missouri Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans, Hispanic Confederate Heritage

missouridivision-scv.org [cached]

Thomas Jefferson Page, a Confederate naval commander who learned of the war's end in Cuba after sailing the ironclad CSS Stonewall from Spain, settled in Argentina, his son becoming an Argentine naval commander, his grandson an admiral.
Mexican service influenced Confederate general Stonewall Jackson; he often spoke Spanish endearments to his wife, Anna.


Hispanic Confederate Heritage

pricecamp.org [cached]

Thomas Jefferson Page, a Confederate naval commander who learned of the war's end in Cuba after sailing the ironclad CSS Stonewall from Spain, settled in Argentina, his son becoming an Argentine naval commander, his grandson an admiral.
Mexican service influenced Confederate general Stonewall Jackson; he often spoke Spanish endearments to his wife, Anna.


Hispanic Confederate Heritage

www.pricecamp.org [cached]

• Thomas Jefferson Page, a Confederate naval commander who learned of the war's end in Cuba after sailing the ironclad CSS Stonewall from Spain, settled in Argentina, his son becoming an Argentine naval commander, his grandson an admiral.
• Mexican service influenced Confederate general Stonewall Jackson; he often spoke Spanish endearments to his wife, Anna. • After the war, many prominent governors and other Confederates established a colony, Carlotta, in Mexico.


Logbook Magazine

www.logbookmag.com [cached]

No lives were lost. (Thanks to Mr. T. Carter Page, the son of Captain Thomas J. Page, who was the Captain in Command of this aircraft.)


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