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  • ID: I3078
  • Name: Mary DAY
  • Given Name: Mary
  • Surname: Day
  • Sex: F
  • Death: Y 1



    Father: Nathaniel DAY

    Marriage 1 Jesse V. DOUGLAS
    • Married: 5 Jun 1798 in Morris Co., NJ 2
    Children
    1. Has No Children Elizabeth DOUGLAS
    2. Has No Children Jemima DOUGLAS

    Sources:
    1. Abbrev: website
      Title: website
      Page: http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~njmorris/passaicvalley/day.htm
      Quality: 3
      Text: Family Records or genealogies of the first settlers of Passaic Valley and Vicinity above Chatham, with their ancestors and descendants, as far as could be ascertained in 1851. By John Littell, 1851; page 113

      NATHANIEL DAY, (son of John Day,) had nine ten children: (4th Generation.)
      1. Rachel, who married David Peppers. [Rachel Day m. 4 Dec 1783 David Peppers by Rev. Jonathan Elmer; Presbyterian Church at New Providence, NJ GMNJ Vol 19 No 1 January 1944]
      2. Joseph married, 31st July, 1788, Patty Totten, daughter of Samuel Totten. [Joseph Day m. 31 July 1788 Martha Totten by Rev. Jonathan Elmer; Presbyterian Church at New Providence, NJ GMNJ Vol 19 No 1 January 1944]
      3. Hannah married John Graham, of New York, and had no children.
      4. Zacheus married, 1st, Sally Locey; 2d, Sarah Parcels.
      5. Josiah married, 2d July, 1795, Dorcas Oakley, born 20th January, 1774, daughter of Thomas, and had no children. [Josiah Day m. 2 July 1795 Dorcas Oakly by Rev. Jonathan Elmer; Presbyterian Church at New Providence, NJ GMNJ Vol 19 No 1 January 1944]
      6. Elijah married Polly Oakley, sister of Dorcas, and went to Ohio. [Elijah Day m. 1 Apr 1804 Phebe Okerly; Both of Morris Co. by Rev. Matthew La Rue Perrine, Madison; Morris County Marriages Book A]
      7. Israel married Polly Brant, and went to Ohio; had several children. [Israel Day m. 28 Dec 1803 Martha Brant; Both of Morristown by Rev. La Rue Perrine, Madison; Morris County Marriages Book A]
      8. Elizabeth married John Harrison; had but one child, who died in infancy. [Betsey Day m. 29 Sep 1804 John Harrison; Both of Morristown; by Rev. James Richards, Morristown; Morris County Marriages Book A]
      9. Mary married Jesse V. Douglass, and had children: [Mary Day m. 5 Jun 1798 Jesse Duglish; Both of Morristown; by Simeon Broadwell, J.P.; Morris County Marriages Book A]
      1. Elizabeth, who married Andrew W. Brown, son of Thompson. [See Brown <brown.htm>.]
      2. Jemima, who married Joseph W. Totten, son of Jonathan.
      10. Sarah married Mr. Mills, and had but one son, Lewis Mills.
      RACHEL DAY, (daughter of Nathaniel,) and David Peppers, had children: (5th Generation.)
      1. Polly Peppers, who married David Drew.
      2. Betsey Peppers married Stephen Drew, brother of David.
      3. Jane Peppers, who died at about 18 years, unmarried.
      4. Dorcas Peppers married her cousin, Joseph Day, son of Joseph, son of Nathaniel.
    2. Abbrev: website
      Title: website
      Text: http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~njmorris/passaicvalley/day.htm

      [Mary Day m. 5 Jun 1798 Jesse Duglish; Both of Morristown; by Simeon Broadwell, J.P.; Morris County Marriages Book A]
      Family Records or genealogies of the first settlers of Passaic Valley and Vicinity above Chatham, with their ancestors and descendants, as far as could be ascertained in 1851. By John Littell, 1851; page 113

      NATHANIEL DAY, (son of John Day,) had nine ten children: (4th Generation.)
      1. Rachel, who married David Peppers. [Rachel Day m. 4 Dec 1783 David Peppers by Rev. Jonathan Elmer; Presbyterian Church at New Providence, NJ GMNJ Vol 19 No 1 January 1944]
      2. Joseph married, 31st July, 1788, Patty Totten, daughter of Samuel Totten. [Joseph Day m. 31 July 1788 Martha Totten by Rev. Jonathan Elmer; Presbyterian Church at New Providence, NJ GMNJ Vol 19 No 1 January 1944]
      3. Hannah married John Graham, of New York, and had no children.
      4. Zacheus married, 1st, Sally Locey; 2d, Sarah Parcels.
      5. Josiah married, 2d July, 1795, Dorcas Oakley, born 20th January, 1774, daughter of Thomas, and had no children. [Josiah Day m. 2 July 1795 Dorcas Oakly by Rev. Jonathan Elmer; Presbyterian Church at New Providence, NJ GMNJ Vol 19 No 1 January 1944]
      6. Elijah married Polly Oakley, sister of Dorcas, and went to Ohio. [Elijah Day m. 1 Apr 1804 Phebe Okerly; Both of Morris Co. by Rev. Matthew La Rue Perrine, Madison; Morris County Marriages Book A]
      7. Israel married Polly Brant, and went to Ohio; had several children. [Israel Day m. 28 Dec 1803 Martha Brant; Both of Morristown by Rev. La Rue Perrine, Madison; Morris County Marriages Book A]
      8. Elizabeth married John Harrison; had but one child, who died in infancy. [Betsey Day m. 29 Sep 1804 John Harrison; Both of Morristown; by Rev. James Richards, Morristown; Morris County Marriages Book A]
      9. Mary married Jesse V. Douglass, and had children: [Mary Day m. 5 Jun 1798 Jesse Duglish; Both of Morristown; by Simeon Broadwell, J.P.; Morris County Marriages Book A]
      1. Elizabeth, who married Andrew W. Brown, son of Thompson. [See Brown <brown.htm>.]
      2. Jemima, who married Joseph W. Totten, son of Jonathan.
      10. Sarah married Mr. Mills, and had but one son, Lewis Mills.
      RACHEL DAY, (daughter of Nathaniel,) and David Peppers, had children: (5th Generation.)
      1. Polly Peppers, who married David Drew.
      2. Betsey Peppers married Stephen Drew, brother of David.
      3. Jane Peppers, who died at about 18 years, unmarried.
      4. Dorcas Peppers married her cousin, Joseph Day, son of Joseph, son of Nathaniel.

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