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Rosewell Page was born in Hanover County, Virginia in 1858. He was educated at the University of Virginia and took up the practice of law in Danville. In 1888 he moved to Richmond and resumed his law practice there. In 1908 and 1910 he served in the Virginia House of Delegates. In addition to his legal practice and his involvement in politics, Page was a writer of stories, essays, and poetry.
[Source: Armistead C. Gordon, Jr., Virginian Writers of Fugitive Verse 127 (New York: James T. White & Co., 1923)]
Rosewell Page, The Iliads of the South: An Epic of the War Between the States (Richmond, Virginia: Garrett and Massie, 1932)
Rosewell Page, Hanover County [Virginia]: Its History and Legends (n.p., the author, 1926)
___________, Government in Virginia (Richmond: Williams Printing Company, 1924)
___________, Thomas Nelson Page: A Memoir Of A Virginia Gentleman (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1924) [Thomas Nelson Page]