[25edison.ftw] !BIR-MAR-DEATH: William Day & Dorothy Littlefield; by Ina Harris Day; p. 51-53.
[25edison.ftw] !BIR-MAR-DEATH: William Day & Dorothy Littlefield; 1989; by Ina Harris Day; p. 62-63.
[25edison.ftw] Maine Probate Abstracts York County Vol.14, 1783-1787 Page 837. Will of Joseph Day; I Joseph Day of Wells, being weak in body, devises, 17 May 1782; To my wi fe Elizabeth all of the household goods, Â½ my homestead + Â½ a lot of fre sh meadow adj. to the mill privy of my saw mill on the North Branch of t he Little River at her disposal, + my riding horse, a cow, and three shee p; To my sons, John and Moses Wentworth, five acres of marsh on the Mou sam River, equally divided; To my son Joseph Day, a small lot adj. the w est side of the mill pond on the branch aforesaid plus 15/; To my son Ben jamin Day, my common right lot; To my son Henry Day, a 44 acre lot adj. t he East side of the aforesaid mill pond; To my son Robert Day, 1 /3 of my right in the saw mill on the North branch of Little Rive r; To my daughters, Lucy Gray, and Hannah Shackford, L4 L.M. eac h; To my grand children, Josiah Norton and Betty Norton, 5/ eac h; To my son Moses Wentworth Day, Â½ my home place + half Â½ the fresh mead ow adj, the above mill privy. and + my stock, husbandry tools and other e st. not disposed of. Const. sons John, Joseph, Moses Wentworth Day Execu tors. Witnesses; Joshua Goodwin, Ebenezer Littlefield, John Wheelwrigh t. Probated in Biddeford 16 Oct.1783. !MARRIAGE: 1st. V.R. Book; 1619-1809; Wells, York, ME.; by Joseph P. Thompson. Family Records of Kennebunk, York, ME.; by William Thompson; Typed by Ted Wells; 1928; Vol.1; Pages 325-326; Joseph & Patience Day; ME.Hist.Society Library; Portland, Cumberland, ME. The Day Genealogy; 1989; by The Day Family Ass; p.382; Library; Bangor, Cumberland, ME.