I. George1 DAY1 m. 1A. Samuel2 DAY2 m. 2A? Artumas2 DAY3 m. Bethany Axtell4 b. prior to:/ in Wales Franklin Twp., Greene5 Co., Pa. 1755 3A. Moses2 DAY6 m. Mary/May 4A. Harvey2 DAY 5A. Aaron2 DAY
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%I. George1 DAY m. 1A. Samuel2 DAY m. 1B. Daniel3 DAY (6 sons & 3 daughters) 1811 m. 1765-1784 1C. Calvin4 DAY7 (26-45) 8-Jul.1823 NJ 1786 m. Temperance8 (26-45-1810) 2C. William4 DAY Morris Twp., Washington Co. Pa. 12-May.1788 3C. John4 DAY9 (62-1850 census) m. 2-Sep.181310 m. Sarah Miller11 (45-1850) 4C. Stephen4 DAY m. 1793 5C. Samuel4 DAY(57-1850) 23-Dec.1870 m.(d/o Zebulon & Mary (White) Cooper of Morris Twp.) 17-Nov.1793 m. Hannah Cooper (52-1850) 6-Sep.1878 6C. Cephas4 DAY 11-Aug.1845 7C. Abigail4 DAY 8C. Eleanor/Nelly4 DAY 9C. Electy4 DAY New Jersey 2B. Samuel3 DAY12 m. Sophia Hayden13 1C. Mary D.4 DAY (to Morris Twp. 1822) 1883 1793 m. Aaron Owen (Cumberland Pres. Church) 1854 3B. Joseph3 DAY14 4B. Benjamin3 DAY15 5B. Joanna3 DAY 2A? Artumas2 DAY 1774 m. Bethany Axtell 1B. Axtel3 DAY 2B. Bethuel3 DAY16 27-Feb.1823 m. Parmelia Raynor 1C. Stephen4 DAY17 NJ 1801 2C. Elias4 DAY (49-1850-Morris Twp. Washington Co. Pa) 1803 m. Elizabeth (47-1850) 3C. Sally4 DAY 4C. Bethania4 DAY 5C. Jonathan4 DAY 6C. Hannah4 DAY 7C. Lemuel Fordham4 DAY m. Nancy Jordan 8C. Parmelia4 DAY Morris Twp., Washington Co., Pa. 1816 9C. Bethuel4 DAY (33-1850) farmer m. 1842 1824 m. Clarissa Teagarden (26-1850) 3B. Artemus3 DAY 1773 4B. Luther3 DAY18 1875 m. Mary Van Kirk (see Beers pg. 23-4.) 12-Jul.1812 1C. William V.4 DAY 2-May.1883 m. 5-Dec.1834 1812 m. Sarah Patterson (38-1850) 1887 1814 2C. Daniel4 DAY (age 23 at marriage) (36-1850) m. 1837 20-Jan.1818 m1. Luvina Clutter19 1855 m2. Catherine Gantz (5 children?) 3C. Priscilla4 DAY20 m1. B. Franklin McVay (4 ch.) m2. Thomas Warrell 4C. Arvida4 DAY m. Elizabeth Baldwin (5 ch.) 5C. Lavina4 DAY Morris Twp. m. 1842 (s/o Benjamin & Jerusha (Cooper) Lindley) 9-Apr.1818 m. Demas Lindley 6C. Maria4 DAY m. Ira Dille (3 ch.) 1831 7C. Dr. Artemas4 DAY(to Ohio)21 m. Eliza5 DAY 1786 5B. David3 DAY22 1830 m. 1818 ca 1794 m. Hannah Hathaway 1C. Cynthia V.4 DAY 2C. Annie E.4 DAY 3C. A.O.4 DAY23 m. Hannah Jane Bell 4C. Clarissa4 DAY 6B. Parmelia3 DAY 7B. Lydia3 DAY 8B. Mary3 DAY 9B. Sarah3 DAY 10B. Phoebe3 DAY b. prior to:/ in Wales Franklin Twp., Greene Co., Pa. 1756 3A. Moses2 DAY m. Mary/May NJ 1783 1B. William3 DAY24 NJ 1786 m. Mary Sutton (64-1850) 1C. Sinthia4 DAY Pa. 1817 2C. Amos4 DAY25 1821 m. Phoebe 3C. Hilus4 DAY 4C. Harrison4 DAY Morris Twp., Greene County, Pa.26 18-Dec.1814 5C. Hiram4 DAY27 (24) 21-Jan.1893 m. 28-Nov.1839 (d/o Samuel Thompson)28 m1. Mary Ellen m2. Dorcus (Blair) Dougal29 Greene County, Pa. 25-Jul.1809 6C. Laura Laney4 DAY (11) 19-Jul.1885 Washington/Greene County, Pa. m. 25-Aug.1827 Washington County, Pa. 6-Jan.1804 m. Cephas Clutter30 (11) 15-M__.1894 7C. Delia Jane4 DAY m. Loafman 8C. 9C. Francis4 DAY 1829 10C. Juliann4 DAY (21-1850-with parents) NJ 2B. Benjamin3 DAY (8 ch) 1861 m. Sarah Sally Tharp 1C. Darling4 DAY m. 2C. Elijah4 DAY31 (01) m. Rachel Ann32 3C. Elizabeth4 DAY 4C. 5C. Greene County, Pa. 17-Jun.1831 6C. Harvey4 DAY (Franklin Twp., Greene County, Pa.) m. 1857 (d/o Nathan & Hannah (Carter) Bane) m. Louise Bane 7C. 8C. NJ 1788 3B. Aaron D.3 DAY33 Jun/Jul.1862 1797 m. Nancy Waynesburg, Greene County, Pa. 28-Jan.1828 1C. William G.M.4 DAY34 3-Sep.1888 1840 m. Jane M. Miner 2C. Lewis4 DAY 3C. Mary Jane4 DAY m. Peter Brown 1804 4B. Thomas3 DAY35 1811 m. Eleanor Axtell (she was (39-1850 census) 1830 1C. Hiram4 DAY (20-1850)(30-1860) 1838 m. Margaret Ann (38-1870) Washington County, Pa. Next 2: They both died at Old Concord, Pa. 3-Jan.1832 2C. Tartus4 DAY (18-1850) 29-Jan.1910 10-Sep.1837 m. Anna Elizabeth Farabee 13-Jan.1907 1834 3C. Josephus4 DAY (16-1850) 1835 4C. John4 DAY (14-1850) 1838 m. Jane Toland36 1838 5C. Elizabeth4 DAY (12-1850) 1839 6C. Nathan4 DAY (10-1850) (Civil War Vet-Iowa) 1842 7C. Cecelia4 DAY (8-1850) 1846 8C. Samuel4 DAY (4-1850)(26-1870) 1840 m. Catherine Toland37 1846 9C. Phoebe4 DAY (4-1850) 1849 10C. Ruth E.4 DAY (1-1850) 1807 5B. Cephas3 DAY38 1829 m. Rachel 2 p.m. 11-Apr.1899 1860 1C. Lazear C.4 DAY39 (190-1880) 7-Nov.1900 1863 2C. Isabel4 DAY(17-1880) 1864 3C. Sherman4 DAY (16-1880) 1866 4C. Jennie4 DAY (14-1880) 1869 5C. Stephen4 DAY (11-1880) 6C. Catherine4 DAY f 10-16 6B. (1810) f 10-16 7B. (1810) f 16-26 8B. (1810) f under 10 9B. (1810) 4A. Harvey2 DAY 5A. Aaron2 DAY DAY CEMETERY CODEBuried Ruff's Creek Cemetery, Greene Co., Pa. (001) Braddock Cemetery II, Gray-Richhill Twp. line at mouth of Fletcher's Run(002) West Finley Cemetery, West Finley Township, Washington Co., Pa. (004) Washington Cemetery, Washington, Pa. (005) Lazear Cemetery, along Dunkard & Wheeling Creeks 1/2 m. nw of Ryerson's Sta., Pa. (006) West Alexander Cemetery, West Alexander, Pa. (007) Hunter Cemetery, Hopewell Ridge, Washington County, Pa. (011) Durbin Cemetery, 1/2 m. nw of Wind Ridge, Pa. (012) Fairview Cemetery, Richhill Twp., Greene Co., PA. (013) Salisbury Cemetery, Somerset Co., Pa. (014) Dallas Cemetery, Dallas, WV (015) Lazear Cemetery, Richhill Twp., Greene Co., Pa. (016) Bethany Cemetery, Jackson Twp., Greene Co., Pa. (017) Centennial Cemetery, Aleppo Twp., Greene Co., Pa. (018) Mt. View Cemetery, Dallas, WV (019) Hopewell Cemetery, Hopewell Ridge, Greene Co., Pa. (020) Richmond, VA. (021) Enon Cemetery, Enon, Greene Co., Pa. (022) Pigeon Creek Cemetery, Washington Co., Pa. (023) Jacksonville Cemetery, Jacktown/Wind Ridge, Greene Co., PA. (024) 1.back He emigrated from England in the 17th Century coming to Connecticut, and then on to Newark, New Jersey. 2.back He emigrated from Morristown, NJ to Morris Township, Washington County, Pa. "History of Washington County, Pa.," by J.H. Beers, pg. 560 & 1187. His will written 1793, probated 1796. 3.back Commemorative Biography, Washington County, Pa., by J.H. Beers, 1893 pg. 23-4 states he was Scotch-Irish; a Captain in the Revolutionary War and died in Morristown, NJ, leaving a wife and 10 children. She moved in 1789 to Ten Mile Creek, Washington County, Pa. 4.back She was found in the 1820 Finley Twp. Census, Washington County, Pa., living by herself. 45 and upwards in 1820, born prior to 1775. 5.back A will for a Moses Day appears in Will Book 6, pg. 582. Will written 7-Jun.1884; Probated 26-Nov.1892. 6.back Moses served in the Revolutionary War and is buried in Ruff's Creek Cemetery, Ruff's Creek, Greene Co., Pa. 7.back He emigrated from NJ to Morris Township, Washington County, Pa., prior to 1800. He is listed in 1810 census Washington County, Pa., as Calvin Day Sr. His will can be found in Will Book 4 (1823-1832) pg. 6. He was in Finley Township when he died. Will probated 29-Jul.1823, Exec: Temperance Day, Stephen Day; Wit: Luther Day; Pamela Day; Bene: wife Temperance; Bro. Stephen Day and others. 8.back She was 64 in 1850 census Morris Township, Washington County, Pa., born in New Jersey. 9.back He volunteered for the War of 1812-15 under General Harrison. 10.back Births, Marriages, Deaths, Washington County, Pa. 1806-1854, pg. 5:DAY, John to Sarah Miller, 30-Aug.1813, John Miller, Jr. (11 children) 11.back From Amwell Township, Washington County, Pa. 12.back He removed to Belmont County, Ohio. J.H. Beers, Washington County History. 13.back She was also from New Jersey. They had 21 children of whom 18 grew to maturity. As of right now there is only one for this family. 14.back Settled Morris Township, Washington County, Pa. 15.back Moved to Cleveland, Ohio in 1812. 16.back Beers History, pg. 1453. His family appeared in the Morris Twp, Washington County, Pa. Census. His age 45 and Upward; wife same; 2 males 16-20; 1 male 16-18; 2 males under 10; 1 female 10-16; and 1 female under 10. They have a total of nine children listed in this history; not necessarily all. His will appears in Will Book 3, pg. 544, Washington County, Pa. Res. Morris Twp. He died 27-Feb.1823; will probated 7-Mar.1823. Exec: Elias Day; Moses Winget. Wit: Luther Day, Odel Squin. Bene: wife: Parmelia; son: Elias; other children not named. Son in law Moses Winget. 17.back Pg. 1137, Beers. Story in back. 18.back He was born NJ. His age was 61-1850 Morris Twp., Washington County, Pa. Census. HH#814/170. He and wife were members of the Upper Tenmile Church and read sermons for the congregation when the pastor was absent. He was a school teacher and a good reader. They settled Morris Twp., Washington County, Pa. 19.back She was 33-1850-Morris Twp., Washington Co., Pa. Census. 6 children. 20.back Pg. 646, and 1075, Beers. m. 1812. 21.back He was 19-1850. Died in Morris Twp., Washington Co., Pa. 22.back Pg. 548, J.H. Beers, History of Washington County, stated he was born 1786, I found date 1792. Enlisted in the War of 1812 and settled Ruff's Creek, after the war. He married the d/o Zephaniah & Sarah (Pruden) Hathaway. They had 4 children. 23.back He lived 15 years in Franklin Township; taught school 30 years; was elected for 2 terms as County Register. Pg. And Picture 549. J.H. Beers, History of Washington Co. He m. d/o Andrew and Mary A. (Boyd) Bell. 24.back 67-1850 Morris Twp., Greene County, Pa. Census. Also in 1830 Morris Twp. listed them as having eight children. He was listed as a shoemaker/farmer, b. NJ. Will appears in the Will Book 3, pg. 123, and was written 18-Jan.1849 registered Greene County Courthouse 23-Mar.1853. 25.back He was 33-1850 b. Pa. appeared beside his father William in the Morris Twp., Greene County, Pa. Census. He was listed as a farmer, his will appears in Will Book 5, pg. 530. The Greene County Courthouse and was written 21-May.1885 and registered 15-Jun.1885. 26.back Listed as 5th in family of 10, pg. 831, and 832, Bates, History of Greene County, Pa. by Samuel P. Bates. His residence was in Richhill Twp., Will Book 7, pg. 33. 27.back His death appears in B1 of the death records in Waynesburg Courthouse. His age was 78 yrs. Born Greene County. Occupation was a farmer. Died in Richhill Twp., from Paralysis, ill 2 months. Buried Jacksonville Cemetery, 22-Jan.1893. Reported 6-Dec.1894? 28.back Listed as May E. Thompson in the Bates History. 29.back D/o Alexander Blair of Irish descent. 30.back Sources: 1850, 1880 Center Twp., Greene County, Census and Irving J. Clutter Family Record; Greene County Will Book 7, pg./ 187, Center Twp. stated he died 15- M__.1894 at 5:15 o'clock. His will written 5-Jun.1877. Codicil added 5-Jun.1875. Also, pg. 576 of History of Greene County, by Samuel Bates. 1888. 31.back From Franklin Twp., Greene Co., a. Will was written 20-Dec.1895 and registered 9-Jun.1896. Buried at Ruff's Creek Cemetery, Ruff's Creek, Greene County, Pa. Greene County Will Book 7, pg. 446. 32.back Possibly the Rachel Day mentioned in Will Book 8-233, Morris Township, Greene County, Pa. will registered 11-Apr./1899. She died 18-Feb.1899 at 2 p.m. 33.back Aaron was 62-1850 Census, Waynesburg, Marion Twp., Greene Co., Pa., household #38/40, pg. 579. He was listed as a Brick Moulder, with $100. Greene County Courthouse Will and Estate Records lists his will file #2006. 15-Jul.1863. 34.back His will registered 27-Oct.1888. He died at 4 p.m. He owned Waynesburg Republican Newspaper. Married the d/o L.L. Miner, Esg. 35.back Possible s/o Moses Day as Moses had a son under 1o in the 1810 census; will be listed this way until proven otherwise. 36.back The sister of Catherine Toland who married Samuel Day, John's brother. (24-1860) 37.back Sister of Jane Toland, wife of John Day. 38.back Listed as a male under 10 in the 1810 census; in 1850 census Morris Twp., Greene County, PA., it stated he was born in Pa., while his parents were born in NJ. As was his wife Rachel. PA.NJ.NJ. She was 51-1880. Cephas' will was written 25-Jun.1883 and registered 13-Nov.1883. 39.back Died in Waynesburg, Pa. at 6 p.m. Will Book 8 pg. 525.
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