Individual Notes

Note for:   Abraham Dayton,   18 AUG 1719 - 10 AUG 1780         Index

Occupation:   
     Place:   Mill owner - saw and grist mill

Burial:   
     Place:   Northville Burying Place, New Milford, CT


Individual Notes

Note for:   Caleb Dayton,   DEC 1687 - 20 AUG 1778         Index

Religion:   
     Place:   Episcopalian


Individual Notes

Note for:   Abraham Dayton,   1656 - 1726         Index

Occupation:   
     Place:   Whaler, Pastor


Individual Notes

Note for:   Samuel Dayton,   1624 - 5 FEB 1689/90         Index

Baptism:   
     Date:   7 FEB 1623/24
     Place:   Ashford, Kent Co., England

Residence:   
     Place:   Brookhaven, Flushing, Mitincock, NY


Individual Notes

Note for:   Medlen,   ABT. 1626 - 1666         Index

Alias:   Wilhelmina /Medlin/

Individual Note:   Posted by Donald Dayton on March 30, 1999 at 19:18:55:

In Reply to: Dayton Samuel, 1624 posted by Dale Castle on December 04, 1998 at 18:52:15:

I prepared a booklet "House of Dayton International" after a number of years of research. My data indicates that Ralph was an interpreter to the Indians on Long Island and married "Medlen" a full blooded Montauk Indian who was born in 1624. They were married on Sept. 12, 1654 in Southampton, Long Island. Medlen was also called Wilhelmina, possibly a christian name bestowed on her by the Dutch settlers who were dominant in the area. They had about eight children. Shortly after the last child was born, she was no longer referred to and possibly died. Samuel then married the second wife. I have some further information.

According to the Morman Church records, Medlen born in 1624, and Samuel were married
on Sept 12, 1654 in what is now Southampton, Long Island. There are a few references to Medlen. One that Samuel was once fined in a local court because his wife Medlen "defamed another local women. In those days for a white settler to marry an Indian was looked down on and Medlen probably had a rough time. There is another reference to her deeding some land to the County (possible tribal land?) There is no indication of when she died but it was probably shortly before Samuel married his second wife, possibly in childbirth. The Montauk tribe was in dire circumstances at the time and looked to the english settlers at Southampton for protection.



Individual Notes

Note for:   Ralph Dayton,   1588 - BET. 25 JUL - 22 SEP 1658         Index

Occupation:   
     Place:   Shoe maker

Emigration:   
     Date:   AFT. 1638


Individual Notes

Note for:   Bennet Meade,    - ABT. NOV 1638         Index

Burial:   
     Date:   1 DEC 1638
     Place:   Ashford, Kent Co.


Individual Notes

Note for:   Alice M. Branscombe,   3 AUG 1853 - 27 JUN 1944         Index

Residence:   
     Place:   7016 Eggleston, Englewood

Burial:   
     Place:   Oak Woods Cemetery


Individual Notes

Note for:   Jeremiah Dayton,   ABT. 1745 - 4 JUN 1823         Index

Baptism:   
     Date:   24 FEB 1744/45


Individual Notes

Note for:   Robert Dayton,   1628 - 1712         Index

Baptism:   
     Date:   3 JAN 1628/29


Individual Notes

Note for:   Alice Goldhatch,   1587 - 1655         Index

Baptism:   
     Date:   24 SEP 1587
     Place:   Ashford, England

Event:   
     Type:   Fact
     Place:   Other source lists name as Alice Wilton, married 1629