[25edison.ftw] !BIR-MAR-DEATH: William Day & Dorothy Littlefield; 1989; by Ina Harris Day; p. 62 to 64.
[25edison.ftw] !BIR-MAR-DEATH: William Day & Dorothy Littlefield; by Ina Harris Day; p. 57-58.
[25edison.ftw] !BIRTH: V.R. Buckfield, Oxford, ME.; Book 2; Page 60. !MARRAIGE: Church & Town Records of Jefferson, Lincoln, ME.; Married by William Day. !CENSUS: U.S.1850; Jefferson, Lincoln County, ME. !CENSUS: U.S.1870; Augusta, Kennebec County, ME.; Reel 546; Page 90; Lines 30-36. !DEATH: V.R. Milford, Middlesex, MA.; Killed by a train backing up, while working in a brickyard; Medford, Middlesex, MA. !OBITUARY: Kennebec Journal; 31 Aug.; Augusta, Kennebec, ME. !ESTATE: Isreal W. Day, Appointment of Adm. Book 153, page 214; Kennebec County Courthouse, Augusta ME. OCCUPATION: Foreman Brickmaker, Dana Brickyard, Medford MA. DIRECTORY: Medford MA 1870, page 149. LAND DEED: Washington St; Augusta, Kennebec, ME.; Mary G. Neal to Isrel W. Day; 3 Apr.1866; Kennebec County Courthouse.
[25edison.ftw] Subject; Benjamin Day letter to Brother James B. Day, Waterboro, York, ME . Waterboro, Dec.3 1848. Brother and Sister, it has been a long time since I saw you. I thoug ht I would write a few lines to inform you that your friends is all wel l, except DANIEL has been sick two years, he is in consumption. Since I w as here, I work in Salem, Lexington, and Brighton. I would be very gl ad to come and see you, but I couldnâ€™t make it convenient. James, we have built a large barn, sixty feet long, and thirty seven fe et wide, and cut it full of hay. We keep twenty head of oxenâ€™s, cows, ste ers, and heifers. One horse. THEODORE has bought him a farm, and moved away, he bought in Waterboro. I SREAL has bought the old place, and moved on to it. I want you to wri te as soon as you get this letter, let me know how you are getting alon g. I want to hear from you all very much. I have nothing more to wri te in particular. I give my love to you all. This is from your Brother Benjamin Day To James B. Day Death; Isreal Dayâ€™s wife is dead. She died 19, March 1844. Address to; Mr. James B. Day of South Wrentham MA