In memory of James W. Christopherson
People in our lives have the ability to impact us in big ways we cannot anticipate. For me, James W. Christopherson was one of those people.
Harriet Luzetta Day
Harriet Luzetta (Day) Freeman (1812-1887/8) was the second daughter born to Aaron and Martha (Tibbetts) Day. The sister of my 2nd great grandmother, Cynthia (Day) Bursley, Harriet had a unique perspective of the family; she was raised by her paternal uncle and aunt, Nathaniel and Sarah Day.
Seek and ye shall find….the missing children of Benjamin and Cynthia (Day) Bursley
With the help of
GenealogyBank and digitized newspapers, another mystery is solved!
Nathaniel Lord, the 3rd great grandson of Robert Day
On 27 November 1742, twenty-eight year old Elizabeth Day (daughter
Harriet Luzetta Day Arithmetic Book
Another eBay score: the arithmetic book of Harriet Luzetta Day, sister of my third great grandmother!
I toppled my self-created brick wall!
Death certificates can be a great source of information - but this one was quite frustrating to me.
U.S history – OUR history
Patriots and red coats, oh my!
My husband and I spent an awesome week in Boston, and enjoyed visits to Lexington and Concord, Cambridge, and my favorite town, Quincy.
17th Century Ipswich: Drama in the Day Family
Thomas Day, the son of Robert Day (immigrant ancestor who
Alson L. Day’s Civil War Letters Home
The American Civil War, or War of the Rebellion, was
A tribute to Jonathan Day of Starks, Maine
Thanks to Lucy Hutchins, we have a wonderful biography of Jonathan Day, who was born 3 September 1820 to John and Elizabeth (Skillings) Day. He was beloved by his family.
Petition for incorporation of Milo, Maine provides signature of Aaron Day
A visit to the Maine State Archives last week provided the following priceless document which includes signatures of those petitioning for the incorporation of Milo, Maine:
Thank you Ancestry.com for a Day family reunion!
Ancestry.com – great for finding our ancestors, and spectacular for making cousin connections.