Robert J. S. Page

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Robert J. S. Page
2nd Mayor of the City of Flint
In office
Preceded by Grant Decker
Succeeded by Henry M. Henderson[1]
Personal details
Occupation attorney, judge
Profession law

Robert J. S. Page was the second mayor of the Village (now City) of Flint, Michigan serving from 1856-1857.[2]

Early life[edit]

Page was an attorney who came to Flint in 1838.[3] On October 22, 1844, he was appointed receiver in the Genesee District office of the U.S. Land Office.[4]

Political life[edit]

In 1850, he was selected to serve in the office of justice of the peace serving until 1851. He was elected as the second mayor of the Village of Flint in 1856 serving a one-year term. Later, he serve on the bench as a probate judge.[3]

Political offices
Preceded by
Grant Decker
Mayor of Flint
Succeeded by
Henry M. Henderson


  1. ^ Political List of Flint City Mayors
  2. ^ Political Index to Politicians: Page -- Page, Robert J. S. entry
  3. ^ a b The History of Genesee County, MI. Chapter XVII. Bench and Bar, Part I.
  4. ^ The Development of Flint. Historical Collections. By Michigan Pioneer and Historical Society. Published by The Society, 1907. pg. 371.