Hiram Page
c. 1800 - 1852

“As to the Book of Mormon, it would be doing injustice to myself, and to the work of God of the last days, to say that I could know a thing to be true in 1830, and know the same thing to be false in 1847.”


c. 1800: Hiram Page born in Vermont
November 10, 1825: Page married Catherine Whitmer, daughter of Peter Whitmer, Sr. and Mary Musselman.


Hiram Page was born in Vermont around 1800. Early in his life, he studied medicine which he practiced during his travels throughout New York and Canada.

Life Stories
by Susan Easton Black

Hiram practiced medicine in Vermont and Canada before settling in the town of Fayette, New York, he became acquainted with the Peter Whitmer Sr. family.

Why Did Hiram Page Remain Faithful to the Book of Mormon?

A KnoWhy from Book of Mormon Central


Page’s son recalled after his death: “I knew my father to be true and faithful to his testimony of the divinity of the Book of Mormon …”