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Three generations of Days and their wives : Joseph and Margaret Brooks Day, Joseph and Catherine Yarnell Day, John and Lydia Ross Day

Day, Brooks, Yarnell, Ross
compiled by Elsie Spry Davis
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Coronado, California : E.S. Davis, 1994
xiii, 183 p. : ill., facsims., maps

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Cover title: Day, Brooks, Yarnell, Ross.

John Day (ca. 1705-1774) was born in Pennsylvania or in England. He died in Chester Co., Pa. He married 1733 in Nottingham Twp., Chester Co., Pa., Lydia Ross (1708-1799), daughter of Alexander Ross and Katherine Chambers. Her birth is recorded at New Garden Monthly Meeting, Chester Co., Pa. They were parents of seven children. Son, Joseph Day (1740-1798), married 1762 in Philadelphia Monthly Meeting, Catharine Yarnall (1740-1828), daughter of Mordecai Yarnall and Catharine Meredith. She was born in Willistown, Chester Co., Pa. They had at least seven children. Their son, Joseph (1768-1855) born in Frederick Co., Va., married ca. 1792 in Botetourt Co., Va., Margaret Brooks, daughter of Thomas and Margaret Brooks. Joseph and Margaret Brooks Day died in Grayson Co., Kentucky. They had seventeen children born in Virginia and Kentucky.

Includes Brooks, Yarnall/Yarnell, Ross and allied families.

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