Day's
Morris Co. Up


Source: 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.

GEORGE DAY

GEORGE DAY lived on Long Island.

He had a son, George Day, who came to New Jersey, and lived on the north side of Long Hill, and east of Sterling Valley. It is believed that John, David and Joseph Day were also his sons.

GEORGE DAY, 2d, had a son, George Day, 3d, who died 8th September, 1803. (4th Generation.)

The wife of George Day, 3d, was Elizabeth; she died 26th February, 1815, aged 79 years. They had children:

1. Damaris, who married Samuel Clark, Esq. [See Elder John Clark.] [Damaris Day m. 1 Sep 1792 Samuel Clark; by Rev. Jonathan Elmer; Presbyterian Church at New Providence, NJ GMNJ Vol 19 No 1 January 1944]

2. Martha married Abijah Wells; she died 20th January, 1811, of apoplexy, aged 49 years.

3. Polly, who died in May, 1835, unmarried.

4. John, who married Polly Marsh, daughter of Joseph, and grand-daughter of John Osborn, Sen. [John Day m. 18 Feb 1794 Mary Marsh by Rev. Jonathan Elmer; Presbyterian Church at New Providence, NJ GMNJ Vol 19 No 1 January 1944]

MARTHA DAY, (daughter of George Day, 3d,) and Abijah Wells, lived where her father did, and had children:

1. Elijah Day Wells, who married 18th June, 1823, Elizabeth Hudon, of Mendham. He became a Presbyterian minister--preached at _____ , in New York.

2. Charles Thompson Wells married and became a Methodist preacher.

JOHN DAY, (son of George Day, 3d,) and Polly Marsh, had children: 1. Charles; 2. George.

JOHN DAY, (said to be son of George Day,) of Long Island, had children: 

1. Martin Day, who had a son Absalom.

2. Nathaniel Day.

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.]
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.

JOSEPH DAY, (2d child of Nathaniel,) and Patty Totten, had children:

1. Nancy, who married Joshua Sturge, of Green Village. [Nancy Day m. 30 Mar 1805 Joshua Sturge; Both of Morris Co.; by Rev. Matthew La Rue Perrine, Madison; Morris County Marriages Book A]

2. Rhoda married Simeon Reynolds. [Rhoda Day m. 26 Jun 1808 Simeon Reynolds; Groom of Springfield; Bride of Chatham; by Rev. M. LaRue Perine, Bottle Hill; Morris County Marriages Book B]

3. David married Sarah Green.

4. Israel married Susan Radly, daughter of William.

5. Aaron, who died at about 18 years.

6. Josiah married Jenette Day, daughter of Moses, son of Paul Day.

7. Joseph married his cousin, Dorcas Peppers, daughter of David.

ZACHEUS DAY, (4th child of Nathaniel,) and Sarah Locey, had children: (5th Generation.)

1. Elijah married Anne Roff, daughter of Nathaniel, son of Richard, sen.

2. Polly, who died at about 25 years

3. Nathaniel died at about 30 years, of consumption.

Zacheus Day, by his 2d wife, Sarah Parcels, had

4. Betsey, who married Thomas Williams, lives in Newark, and had children: 

1. Anne Williams; 2. George Williams; 3. Hervy Williams, who died young, 4. Emeline Williams; 5. Harriet Williams.

5. Abby married Miller Derieu, of Madison, and had children:

1. Caroline Derieu; 2. John Derieu.

6. Israel married Gracia Anne Blazier, daughter of George, of Basking Ridge: children, 1. Abigail; 2. Mary Elizabeth; 3. William; 4. George; 5. David.

7. Squier married Emeline Bedford, daughter of William D., of New Providence, and had children: 1. Harriet.

8. Stephen, who went to Ohio with Captain Benjamin Conklin.

ELIJAH DAY, (1st child of Zacheus,) and Anne Roff, lived in Sterling Valley, and had children:

1. Nathaniel, who married Anne Elizabeth Browning.

2. Erastus married Gertrude Nesty, daughter of William, of Spring Valley.

3. Henry.

4. Mary.

5. Sarah.

6. Abby Anne.

ELIJAH DAY, (6th child of Nathaniel,) and Phebe Oakley, had children:

1. Stephen Snethen.

2. Elias Riggs.

3. Cyrus Bruen.

4. John G. Bergen.

DAVID DAY, ESQ.

DAVID DAY, ESQ, (son of George Day, 1st.) owned a farm where Peter Hill, William Crane, and John Littell now live. He sold 50 acres to Jacob Bedell, on which John Littell and Mrs. Elmer now live.

He had five daughters, but no sons.

1. Abigail, who married William Maxwell, son of John Maxwell, of Westfield. [See Maxwell.]

2. Sarah married David Harrison; lived in Cauldwell township.

3. Mary married Matthias Potter, son of Joseph. [See Potter.]

4. Jemima married, 

1st, Mr. Day.
2d, Aaron Wade.
3d, Mr. Kirkpatrick, who lived at Liberty Corner.
4th, Rev. Mr. Kennedy, minister at Basking Ridge.
5th, Jonathan Miller, Sen., of Basking Ridge.

5. Susan married, 1st, Eleazer Crane, of Elizabethtown, brother of Benjamin Crane, 2d; 2d, Matthias Allen.

JOSEPH DAY, (son of George Day, 1st,) married Hannah Sargeant, and had children: (3d Generation.)

1. Jonathan.

2. Amos, who married Miss Magie.

3. Thomas.

4. Paul, who married, 1st, Elizabeth Thompson; lived at Chatham; 2d, Elizabeth Crane; 3d, Patty Willcox, (of the family of George, at Elizabethtown,) who was the mother of Samuel Condit, of Chatham.

5. Stephen married, 1st, Damaris Foster; 2d, Jemima, widow of Stephen Johnson, and daughter of Justice John Ogden, of Newark, and sister of Hannah, the wife of the Rev. James Cauldwell.

6. Sarah married Gershom Mott, and had children:

1. Sarah Mott.
2. Polly Mott, who married David Thompson.

7. Martha married, 1st, Samuel Lum, father of Israel Lum, Esq.; 2d, Stephen Howel; 3d, Mr. _____ Carnes, of Mendham.

8. Susannah married, 1st, Mr. _____ Darling; 2d, Mr. _____ [Capt. Enoch Beach; Rockaway Borough A History, p138] Beach, of Rockaway, and had a daughter,

Electa Beach, who married Mr. _____ [Col. Joseph Jackson; Rockaway Borough A History, p138] Jackson.

JONATHAN DAY, (son of Joseph, son of George, 1st,) of Long Island, had a son: (5th Generation.)

1. Daniel, who came to New Jersey, lived at Camptown, now Clinton, and had children:

1. Benjamin, who was a justice of the peace. He married, 1st, Elizabeth Darling, daughter of Thomas; 2d, Elizabeth Roberts, 19th July, 1770, daughter of Daniel Roberts, and sister of Samuel Roberts, Sen., and also sister of Phebe, the wife of Peter Davison.

2. Samuel.
3. Artemas.
4. Timothy married Mehetabel Merry, daughter of John.
5. Daniel, Jun., married.
6. Ezekiel.
7. Jeremiah.
8. Nehemiah.
9. Mary.
10. Keziah.
11. Hannah.
12. David.

BENJAMIN DAY, (1st child of Daniel, son of Jonathan, son of Joseph Day,) and Elizabeth Darling, had children: (6th Generation.)

1. Stephen, 1st.

2. John.

3. Moses.

4. Darling.

5. Abner.

His wife, Elizabeth Darling, then died, and he, by his 2d wife, Elizabeth Roberts, had other children:

6. Daniel, who married Nancy Morrell, daughter of Abraham, of Elizabethtown.

7. Stephen, 2d, born December, 1778, married, 1st, Sally Mulford, daughter of Cornelius; 2d, Elizabeth Wood, daughter of Captain Daniel S. Wood. He was a captain of the militia.

8. Abigail married, 1st, Jonathan Valentine, son of Obadiah; d, John Schureman. [See Obadiah Valentine.] [Abigail Day m. 10 Apr 1791 Jonathan Valentine by Rev. Jonathan Elmer; Presbyterian Church at New Providence, NJ GMNJ Vol 19 No 1 January 1944]

9. Sarah married, 1st, David Valentine, brother of Jonathan, 2d, Aaron Baker, Esq., of Dayton, Ohio. [Sarah Day m. 23 Sep 1792 David Valentine by Rev. Jonathan Elmer; Presbyterian Church at New Providence, NJ GMNJ Vol 19 No 1 January 1944]

Benjamin Day, Esq., died September, 1783, and his widow, Elizabeth Roberts, married Obadiah Valentine, as his 3d wife. [Elizabeth Day m. 26 Feb 1786 Obadiah Valentine by Rev. Jonathan Elmer; Presbyterian Church at New Providence, NJ GMNJ Vol 19 No 1 January 1944]

DANIEL DAY, (6th child of Benjamin Day Esq., and Nancy Morrell, had children:

1. Abraham Morrell.

2. Thomas, who went to Ohio.

3. Eliza.

He died August, 1845, aged 71 years.

CAPT. STEPHEN DAY, (7th child of Benjamin Day, Esq., son of Daniel, son of Jonathan, son of Joseph.) and Sally Mulford, had but one son, 

Mulford, who married, 1st, Sarah Brookfield, daughter of Job, of Spring Valley, [Mulford Day m. 6 Apr 1824 Sally Brookfield; Groom of New Providence; Bride of Spring Valley; by Rev. John Hancock; Morris County Marriages Book C] and had children: 

1. Harriet; 

2d George Bangheart; 

3. Phebe Anne. 

His wife Sarah then died, and he married, 2d, Sarah Thompson, daughter of Elias, of Bordentown, and had other children, 

4th, Elias Thompson; 

5th, Rachel; 

6th, Betsey; 

7th, Benjamin; 

8th, Mary Thompson.

Mulford Day died 26th June, 1851.

2. Daniel, who died in 1805, aged 9 months.

3. Benjamin, who married Mary Taylor, daughter of Moses, of Bergen County, New Jersey, and had no children:

4. Stephen married Rachel Brookfield, daughter of Job, half sister of Mulford's first wife, and had children: 1. Elizabeth, who died at about 2 1/2 years; 2. Mulford Brookfield; 3. Daniel Davison.

5. Peter Davison, married, 1st, Stella Elizabeth Reading, of Sussex County, and had a son, Watson, who died young, and she died, and he married, 2d, Jane Voorhies, of Mendham, and had children: 2. Sarah Elizabeth; 3. Stella Jane; 4. Frances.

6. Samuel Thomas married Elizabeth Crane, daughter of John, and had children:

1. Wilbor Fisk; 2. Waters Burrows; 3. Johna Crane; 4. Benjamin; 5. Stephen Sylvester.

7. Waters, who accidentally shot himself when a young man, and died.

8. Daniel W. married, 17th November, 1847, Caroline Parrot, daughter of Squier, and had children: 1. Squier Parrot.

9. Francis Asbury married, 16th November, 1847, Hannah D. Hick, daughter of William, of New York, and had children: 1. Sarah Elizabeth.

10. William McKendry married, 28th September, 1847, Lydia Anne Cole, daughter of Watson, of Trenton, and had children:

1. Sarah Elizabeth; 2. Edwin Augustus.

11. Edwin Augustus.

TIMOTHY DAY, (4th child of Daniel, son of Jonathan, son of Joseph Day,) and Mehetabel Merry, lived at Chatham, and had children: (6th Generation.)

1. Israel, born 15th November, 1765, and married, 3d May, 1785, Elizabeth Ludlow, born 25th April, 1767, daughter of Col Cornelius Ludlow, of Long Hill. [Israel Day m. 3 May 1785 Elizabeth Ludlow by Rev. Jonathan Elmer; Presbyterian Church at New Providence, NJ GMNJ Vol 19 No 1 January 1944]

2. Betsey married, 1st, Capt. Benjamin Pettit, 3d; [See Pettit;] 2d, Amos Potter, Esq., son of Daniel, 2d. [See Potter.]

COL. ISRAEL DAY, (son of Timothy,) was a colonel of cavalry, justice of the peace, commissioner of deeds, and elder of the Presbyterian church in Chatham. He and Elizabeth Ludlow had children: (7th Generation.)

1. Benjamin Ludlow, who married Harriet Kipp, of New York, and had children: 1. Margaret; 2. Eliza; 3. Helen Kipp, who died 7th February, 1850, unmarried.

2. Mehetabel married John Colwell, son of Hugh, of Long Hill, [Mehitable M. Day m. Nov 1806 John Caldwell; Groom of Morristown; Bride of Springfield; by Rev. M. LaRue Perine, Bottle Hill; Morris County Marriages Book B]   and had children:

1. James married Martha High, daughter of Ephraim, son of Jacob High. [James Colwell m. 17 Oct 1835 Martha Jane High; Groom of Long Hill; Bride of New Vernon, on Sat. evening at New Vernon; by Joseph Cory, Minister of the Gospel; Morris County Marriages Book D]
2. Hugh died a young man, unmarried.
3. Israel Day married _____ _____ .
4. Elizabeth is unmarried.

Mr. Colwell then died, and she married Stephen Cooper, son of Daniel, 2d, Esq., and had a daughter:

5. Sally Anne, who married her cousin, William Cooper, son of Peter. [Sarah Ann Cooper m. 28 Aug 1844 William Cooper; Both of Longhill, Morris Co.; by Morgan R. Cox, Minister at Mt. Bethel; Morris County Marriages Book E]

3. Agnes, who married Doct. Elias Runyon, son of Elias, of Long Hill; had no children: live at New Market, Middlesex county.

AMOS DAY, (son of Joseph, son of George Day, 1st) and Miss _____ Magie, had children: (4th Generation.)

1. Amos Day, Jun., who married, as his 2d wife, Patty Denman; 2. Isaac; 3. Aaron; 4. Sophia; 5. Phebe; 6. Polly.

THOMAS DAY, (son of Joseph, son of George Day, 1st,) married _____ _____ , and had children: (4th Generation.)

1. Elizabeth, who married, 1st, Mr. Gibbon; 2. Mr. Parkison.

PAUL DAY, (4th child of Joseph, son of George Day, 1st,) and Elizabeth Thompson, had children:

1. Thaddeus, who married Susanna Parcel, daughter of Henry.

2. Paul, Jun., who died young.

3. Betsey married her cousin, Israel Lum, Esq., son of Samuel. 

4. Moses married Joanna Bonnel, daughter of John, son of Nathaniel, 1st.

5. Abigail married Philip Minthorn.

6. Rachel married George Minthorn, brother of Philip.

7. Matthias married Hannah Ward, daughter of Gen. Thomas Ward, of Newark.

8. Hannah married James Kitchel, son of the Hon. Aaron Kitchel, of Morris county.

THADDEUS DAY, (1st child of Paul Day,) and Susanna Parcel, had children:

1. Joseph, who married Polly Brown, and had children:

1. David, who married Ellen Britton, daughter of Stephen; live in Newark.
2. Louisa married Smith Gold, above Morristown.
3. Aaron married Abigail Baldwin, daughter of Stephen, of Cheapside. [Aaron S. Day m. 17 Apr 1838 Abbey M. Baldwin; Groom of City of Newark, Essex Co.; Bride of Springfield Twp., Essex Co.; by Joseph M. Ogden, Minister of the Gospel, Chatham; Morris County Marriages Book D]
4. Caroline married Osborn Hedges, of Hanover.
5. Electa married Mr. Reeves, of Cheapside. [Electa Marie Day m. 18 Apr 1838 David L. Reeves; Groom of Springfield Twp., Essex Co.; Bride of Chatham Twp.; by Joseph M. Ogden, Minister of the Gospel, Chatham; Morris County Marriages Book D]
6. Hervy P. married Miss Baldwin, Cheapside.
7. Mary married Stephen Foster, of Rensellaer.

2. Catherine, who married Peter Dickerson, son of Philemon, 1st. [See Dickerson.]

3. Paul married, 1st, Amutal Ward, daughter of Capt. Enos Ward; 2d. Sarah Pierson, daughter Gabriel Pierson, niece of his first wife [Paul Day m. 4 Apr 1837 Sarah Pierson; Groom of Township of Chatham; Bride of Township of Chatham; by Joseph M. Ogden, Minister of the Gospel; Morris County Marriages Book D]. He had no children.

4. Charles Thompson married Polly Woolley, daughter of Jacob, of Springfield.

5. Henry Parcels Day was blind; he died at about 30 years.

6. Electa married Benjamin Winget, son of Benjamin, of Madison, and had no children. [Electa Day m. 3 Jan 1808 Benjamin Winget; Both of Chatham; by Rev. M. LaRue Perine, Bottle Hill; Morris County Marriages Book B]

CHARLES THOMPSON DAY, (4th child of Thaddeus, son of Paul, son of Joseph Day,) and Polly Woolley, had children:

1. Jacob, who married _____ .

2. Madison, twin to Jacob, died young.

3. Catherine.

4. Hannah married Abner Baldwin, son of David, of Cheapside. [See Baldwin.] [Hannah R. Day m. 22 Sep 1830 Abner Baldwin Of Chatham; by Rev. Joseph M. Ogden; Morris County Marriages Book C]

5. Hetty married Mr. Scofield, of Newark.

6. Mary married Mr. Appleton, of New York.

7. Sarah married Nehemiah Baldwin, of Newark, as his 2d wife.

8. Paul.

9. Henrietta.

10. Juliaine.

BETSEY DAY, (3d child of Paul, son of Joseph Day,) and Israel Lum, Esq, had children:

1. Stephen Lum, who married _____ _____ and lives in Newark, and had children: 1. William Lum; 2. John; 3. Hannah; 4. Margaret.

Israel Lum, Esq., by his 2d wife. Patience Pierson, daughter of Benjamin Pierson, above Morristown, had children:

2. Benjamin Pierson Lum, who was a judge, and justice of the peace, and who married Temperance Muchmore daughter of Samuel, of Madison, and has an only child, Benjamin Pierson Lum, Jun.

3. Israel Lum married Hetty Fairclo daughter of Isaiah, of Flanders, and had children: 1. Caroline Lum; 2. Elizabeth Lum.

4. Paul Lum married Charlotte Bonnel, daughter of Enos; had no children.

5. Samuel Lum married Amutal Genung, daughter of David.

6. Betsey Lum married Samuel Day, son of Amos, of Union, and brother of William Day, the butcher of Union. [Betsey Day m. 30 Dec 1807 Samuel Lum; Groom of Elizabethtown; Bride of Chatham; by Rev. M. LaRue Perine, Bottle Hill; Morris County Marriages Book B]

7. Nancy Lum married William Kelly, son of Thomas Kelly.

Samuel Lum, (son of Israel Lum, Esq.,) and Amutal Genung, had children:

1. Charles Lum, who married Miss Muchmore, daughter of John T. [Charles Lum m. 28 Feb 1841 Mary Muchmore; Both of Chatham Twp. by Joseph M. Ogden, Minister of the Gospel, Chatham; Morris County Marriages Book D]
2. Hervy Lum married, 1st, Harriet Sturges; 2. Miss Bruen, daughter of Ashbel.
3. Phebe Anne Lum. [Phebe Ann Lum m. 17 May 1843 John H. Muchmore by Joseph M. Ogden, Pastor, Presbyterian Church, Chatham; Morris County Marriages Book E]
4. Caroline Lum.

Betsey Lum, and Samuel Day, had an only son, 1. Israel Lum Day, who married _____ _____ , in Easton.

Nancy Lum, and William Kelly, had children: 1. Nelson Kelly; 2. Hervy Kelly; 3. Charles Kelly; 4. William Kelly, Jun.

MOSES DAY, (4th child of Paul, son of Joseph Day,) and Joanna Bonnel, had children:

1. Charles, who married Polly Bonnel, daughter of Nathaniel, 3d, and had a daughter, Elizabeth Day. [Charles Day m. 9 Jan 1813 Mary Bonnel; Both of Chatham by Rev. Elias Riggs, New Providence; Morris County Marriages Book B]

2. Betsey married Nathan Potter, son of Jacob Potter. [See Potter.]

3. Matthias, who went to Cincinnati, Ohio, and married, and had children: 1. Nemina; 2. Sophia; 3. Matthias, Jun.

4. Nancy lives in Newark.

5. Franklin married Prussia King, daughter of Doct. King and Prussia Bonnel.

6. Sylvanus went to Ohio.

7. Emulus went to Ohio.

8. Henry went to Ohio.

9. Jenette married Josiah Day, son of Joseph, son of Nathaniel Day.

10. Thaddeus, who died young.

11. William.

MATTHIAS DAY, (7th son of Paul, son of Joseph Day,) and Hannah Ward, lived in Newark, and had children:

1. Charles Thompson, who married Elizabeth Miller.

2. Matthias, Jun. married Henrietta Tenbrook, of New York.

3. William Ward married Eliza Canfield, daughter of Jabez, of Newark.

4. Sarah.

STEPHEN DAY, Esq., (5th son of Joseph, son of George Day, 1st,) and his 1st wife, Damaris Foster, had children:

1. Joanna, who married, 1st, Moses Lum, and had a daughter:

1. Mary, who married Doct. John C. Budd; when Mr. Lum died, and she married Ichabod Ward, son of David Ward. [See Ward.]

2. Elizabeth, who died unmarried.

3. Elijah, born 24th January, 1757, and died unmarried.

4. William married Nancy Bonnel, daughter of John, and kept tavern at Chatham.

5. Nancy married (Tailor) John Bonnel, son of Benjamin, Esq. [See Bonnel.]

6. David died at Pittsburg, in 1794, unmarried. He went out in the New Jersey regiment, against the Whisky Boys.

7. Mary married Isaac Samson, son of David. [See Samson.]

8. Stephen, Jun., married Polly Bonnel, daughter of Benjamin, Esq, sister of Nancy's husband [Stephen Day m. 2 May 1790 Polly Bonnell by Rev. Jonathan Elmer; Presbyterian Church at New Providence, NJ GMNJ Vol 19 No 1 January 1944]. By his 2d wife, Jemima, Stephen Day, Esq., had children:

9. Elijah, 2d, married Phebe Crane, daughter of John Crane, of Orange, [Elijah Day m. 19 Mar 1804 Phebe Crane; Groom of New York; Bride of Springfield, Essex Co. by Rev. Matthew La Rue Perrine, Madison; Morris County Marriages Book A] and had a daughter Adaline, who married Charles Alling, of Newark, and had a child, and soon after died, and the child died.

10. Electa, who died in infancy.

11. David Ogden married Maria Stackhouse, daughter of Samuel, of Elizabethtown. [David Day m. 19 Dec 1807 Mariah Stackhouse; Groom of Chatham; Bride of Elizabethtown; by Rev. M. LaRue Perine, Bottle Hill; Morris County Marriages Book B]

Mary Lum, (daughter of Moses Lum and Joanna Day,) and Doct. John C. Budd, had children:

1. Bern W. Budd, who married Catherine Reynolds, daughter of David, of Madison.
2. John S. Budd married Charlotte Ward, daughter of Aaron M., son Israel Ward.
3. Mary C. Budd married John Meeker, son of Daniel H., son of Isaiah Meeker. [See Meeker.]
4. Joanna Vashti Budd married, 1st, Parrot Reynolds, son of William; 2d, Noble Barry, from Ireland.
5. Jane C. Budd married Israel Dickerson, son of D. Brainard Dickerson. [See Dickerson.]
6. Vincent B. Budd married, 1st, Nancy Ward, daughter of John, son of David; 2. Jane Hancock, daughter of Rev. John Hancock.
7. Phebe Budd married, 1st, Edwin Tryon, son of Rowland Tryon, of Connecticut; 2d, Mr. Loundsbury, of Michigan, and lives there.
8. Susan A. Budd married Ambrose Bruen, son of Carter, of Madison.

Doct. Budd married, 2d, the widow Betsey Cobert, of New York, and had other children:

9. Eliza Budd, who married Stewart Marsh, son of John T. Marsh, of Rahway.

10. Sarah Budd married George Servin, and live in Elizabethtown, and had a daughter, Sarah Servin.

Bern W. Budd, (son of Doctor John C. Budd,) and Catherine Reynolds, had children:

1. Elizabeth R. Budd, who married Thomas Gallaudet, of New York, 2. David R. Budd; 3. Bern L. Budd; 4. Charles A. Budd.

John S. Budd, (2d child of Doctor Budd,) and Charlotte Ward, had children:

1. John C. Budd, who married Bridget Warren; 2. Thomas D. Budd; 3. Nancy A. Budd; 4. Sylvester I. Budd; 5. Stephen Boplan Bausabin Budd; 6. Caroline E. Budd; 7. Ellen Day Budd; 8. Ludlow Day Budd; 9. George S. Budd; 10. Mary E. Budd.

Joanna Vashti Budd, 4th child of Doct. Budd, had no living child by Parrot Reynolds. By Noble Barry, she had only one daughter, Emma Barry.

Jane C. Budd, (5th child of Doctor Budd.) and Israel Dickerson, had children: 1. David B. Dickerson; 2. Sarah A. Dickerson; 3. Bern W. Dickerson; 4. Caroline L. Dickerson.

Vincent Budd, (6th child of Doctor Budd,) and Nancy Ward had children: 1. Thomas Bond Budd; 2. Melissa Ward Budd. And by Jane Hancock had children: 3. Jane Hancock Budd; 4. Benjamin Ward Budd.

Phebe Budd, (7th child of Doctor Budd,) and Edwin Tyson, had children: 1. Charles Tyson; 2. Ambrose Tyson; 3. Caroline Tyson; 4. William Tyson; 5. Israel Tyson.

Susan A. Budd, (8th child of Doctor Budd.) and Ambrose Bruen, had children: 1. Lewis B. Bruen; 2. Caleb C. Bruen; 3. John C. Bruen.

Eliza Budd, (9th child of Doctor Budd,) and Stewart Marsh, had children: 1. Albert Marsh; 2. John Marsh.

CAPT. WLILIAM DAY, (4th child of Stephen Day, Esq., son of Joseph,) and Nancy Bonnel, lived in Chatham, and had children: (5th Generation.)

1. Foster, who married Susan Smith, daughter of Doct. Peter Smith, of Chatham. [Foster Day m. 26 Feb 1803 Susannah Smith; Groom of Hanover; Bride of Roxbury; by Rev. James Richards, Morristown; Morris County Marriages Book A]

2. Sally married Henry Crane, son of Capt. John Crane, of Chatham.

3. Charlotte married Frederick Smith, of Chatham.

4. Lewis, who died a young man.

5. Calvin, who also died a young man.

6. Joanna married Ichabod Burnet, son of Daniel Burnet, of Madison. [Johannah Day m. 27 Oct 1810 Ichabod Burnet; Both of Chatham; by Rev. M. LaRue Perine, Bottle Hill; Morris County Marriages Book B]

FOSTER DAY, (son of Captain William Day,) and Susan Smith, had children; 1. Lewis; 2. William Foster; 3. Richards. (6th Gen.)

STEPHEN DAY, Jun., (8th child of Stephen Day, Esq., son of Joseph,) and Polly Bonnel, had children: (5th Generation.)

1. Jane, who married Moses Ward, son of Ichabod. [See Ward.] [Jane Day m. 20 Feb 1808 Moses Ward; Both of Chatham; Rev. M. LaRue Perine, Bottle Hill; Morris County Marriages Book B]

2. Elias is a Presbyterian minister in Wayne county, Penn.

3. Mary married Mr. Ketchum, near Bethany, Wayne county.

4. Barna.

5. Edwin married Fidelia Gleason, of Connecticut.

6. Lewis married, and lived with his father in Wayne county, Pennyslvania.

DAVID O. DAY, (11th child of Stephen Day, Esq., son of Joseph,) and Maria Stackhouse, had children: (5th Generation.)

1. Harriet is unmarried.

2. John Ogden Day married Emily Brown, 30th September, 1840, daughter of Jonathan, [John O. Day m. 3 Feb 1834 Emily Brown; Both of Chatham; by Joseph M. Ogden Minister of the Gospel; Morris County Marriages Book D] and had children:

1. Eugene; 2. Webster; 3. Robert Baldwin.

3. Flavel Woodruff, born 5th February, 1813, and died 12th September, 1815.

4. Hannah Maria, born 10th February, 1815, and died 30th October, 1831.

5. Flavel Woodruff. 2d, born 28th Nov. 1816, married Miss Reynolds, daughter of Samuel Reynolds, Esq., above Basking Ridge.

6. James Oliver.

NOTE--Jemima, the 2d wife of Stephen Day, Esq., had by her 1st husband, Stephen Johnson, two children:

1. Jonathan Johnson, who married Abigail Bonnel, daughter of Benjamin Bonnel, Esq.

2. Hannah Johnson, who is unmarried. She lives with David O. Day, and is nearly 80 years old.

MARTHA DAY, (7th child of Joseph, son of George Day, 1st,) and Samuel Lum, her first husband, had children: Israel Lum, who married Betsey Day, 3d child of Paul Day, [see Paul Day,] and had an only son, Stephen Lum, who married, lives in Newark, and had children: 1. William; 2. John; 3. Hannah; 4. Margaret. (4th Generation.) (5th Generation.)

After the death of Stephen Lum, she married, 2d, Stephen Howel, and had children:

1. Luther Howel, who married Miss Young, of Whippany.

2. Calvin Howel married Polly Sayre, daughter of Ephraim, of Madison. [Calvin Howell m. 23 Jan 1796 Mary Sayre by Rev. Asa Hillyer, Bottle Hill; Morris County Marriages Book A]

3. David Howel married Sally Burnet, daughter of Josiah.

Calvin Howel, (2d son of Stephen Howel and Martha Day,) and Polly Sayre, had children:

1. Cornelia Howel, who married Philemon Dickerson, son of Peter. [See Dickerson.]
2. Rachel Howel married Samuel Hopping, son of Daniel, of East Madison.
3. Eliza Howel married Benjamin Cook, Jun., son of Benjamin of Madison, and had a son, Elias Cook, when Benjamin, Jun., died.
4. Martha Howel married Mathias F. Noe, son of John. [See Noe.]
5. Stephen Howel married Martha Way.
6. Ephraim Howel, who died at about 17 years.

 

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