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Family of George DAY and Ann DANN

Husband: George DAY (1818- )
Wife: Ann DANN (1818- )
Children: George DAY (1840- )
Emily DAY (1842- )
Priscilla DAY (1845- )
Henry DAY (1847- )
Elbena DAY (1848- )
Marriage 1839 Frittenden, Kent1,2

Husband: George DAY

Name: George DAY
Sex: Male
Father: George DAY (c. 1793-bef1857)
Mother: Martha WRAIGHT (bef1795- )
Birth 1818 Frittenden, Kent3
Emigration 26 May 1849 (age 31) from London to USA4

Wife: Ann DANN

Name: Ann DANN
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth 1818
Emigration 26 May 1849 (age 31) from London to USA

Child 1: George DAY

Name: George DAY
Sex: Male
Birth 1840 Frittenden, Kent5
Emigration 26 May 1849 (age 11) from London to USA4

Child 2: Emily DAY

Name: Emily DAY
Sex: Female
Birth 1842 Frittenden, Kent6
Emigration 26 May 1849 (age 7) from London to USA4

Child 3: Priscilla DAY

Name: Priscilla DAY
Sex: Female
Birth 1845 Frittenden, Kent7
Emigration 26 May 1849 (age 4) from London to USA4

Child 4: Henry DAY

Name: Henry DAY
Sex: Male
Birth 1847 Frittenden, Kent8
Emigration 26 May 1849 (age 1 mn) from London to USA4

Child 5: Elbena DAY

Name: Elbena DAY
Sex: Female
Spouse: George W. MOORE ( - )
Birth 1848 New York, N.Y., USA

Sources

1"FindMyPast". Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: Kent Banns Transcription
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Print transcription Attach to treeFirst name(s) Ann
Last name Dann
Banns year 1839
Banns day 17
Banns month Mar
Bride's first name(s) Ann
Bride's last name Dann
Bride's parish Otp
Groom's first name(s) George
Groom's last name Day
Groom's parish Otp
Place Frittenden
County Kent
Country England
Record Source Frittenden banns 1754-1868
Record set Kent Banns
Category Birth, Marriage, Death & Parish Records
Subcategory Marriages & divorces
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2"GRO Indexes". Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: England & Wales marriages 1837-2008 Transcription
Print transcription View image Attach to treeSpouse's first name(s) -
Spouse's last name -
First name(s) ANN
Last name DANN
Marriage quarter 2
Marriage year 1839
Registration month -
MarriageFinderâ„¢ ANN DANN married one of these people
SILAS HICKMOTT, GEORGE DAY
Spouse's last name -
District CRANBROOK
District number -
County Kent
Country England
Volume 5
Page 115
Record set England & Wales marriages 1837-2008
Category Birth, Marriage, Death & Parish Records
Subcategory Marriages & divorces
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3"FindMyPast". Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: Kent Baptisms Transcription
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Print transcription Attach to treeFirst name(s) George
Last name Day
Birth year 1818
Birth day 18
Birth month Apr
Baptism year 1830
Baptism day 12
Baptism Month Apr
Relationship Son of
Father's first name(s) George
Mother's first name(s) Martha
Mother's last name -
Parent's occupation Farmer
Residence Of This Parish
Place Frittenden
County Kent
Record source Frittenden baptisms 1563-1879
Record set Kent Baptisms
Category Birth, Marriage, Death & Parish Records
Subcategory Births & baptisms
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4"ukimmigrants.org".
Text From Source: http://www.ukimmigrants.org/index.php?id=230949
Assessment: Questionable.
Text From Source: Emigration
Date: 26 May 1849
Source: [S1541] ukimmigrants.org
Data
Text From Source: â–¼ Passenger File Details


name

Henry Day

date arrived

05-26-1849

gender

Male

age

1 month

approx. birth year

1849

occupation

Infant

destination

USA

native country

Great Britain

embarkation port

London

ship name

Silas Richards

abstract

Henry Day - overview of immigrant details, family members, history, etc


5 Passengers who may be Related

NAME

AGE/GEND

Anna Day
31 years Female

Emily Day
7 years Female

George Day
31 years Male

George Day
11 years Male

Priscilla Day
4 years Female
Note: Ship: the Silas Richards
Place (to): USA

5"FindMyPast". Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: Kent Baptisms Transcription
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Print transcription Attach to treeFirst name(s) George
Last name Day
Baptism year 1840
Baptism day 10
Baptism Month May
Relationship Son of
Father's first name(s) George
Mother's first name(s) Ann
Mother's last name -
Parent's occupation Labourer
Residence Of This Parish
Place Frittenden
County Kent
Record source Frittenden baptisms 1563-1879
Record set Kent Baptisms
Category Birth, Marriage, Death & Parish Records
Subcategory Births & baptisms
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6Ibid. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: Kent Baptisms Transcription
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Print transcription Attach to treeFirst name(s) Emily
Last name Day
Baptism year 1842
Baptism day 27
Baptism Month Nov
Relationship Daughter of
Father's first name(s) George
Mother's first name(s) Ann
Mother's last name -
Parent's occupation Labourer
Residence Of This Parish
Place Frittenden
County Kent
Record source Frittenden baptisms 1563-1879
Record set Kent Baptisms
Category Birth, Marriage, Death & Parish Records
Subcategory Births & baptisms
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7Ibid. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
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Print transcription Attach to treeFirst name(s) Priscilla
Last name Day
Baptism year 1845
Baptism day 29
Baptism Month Dec
Relationship Daughter of
Father's first name(s) George
Mother's first name(s) Ann
Mother's last name -
Parent's occupation Labourer
Residence Of This Parish
Place Frittenden
County Kent
Record source Frittenden baptisms 1563-1879
Record set Kent Baptisms
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Subcategory Births & baptisms
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8Ibid. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: Kent Baptisms Transcription
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Print transcription Attach to treeFirst name(s) Henry
Last name Day
Baptism year 1847
Baptism day 4
Baptism Month Apr
Relationship Son of
Father's first name(s) George
Mother's first name(s) Ann
Mother's last name -
Parent's occupation Labourer
Residence Of This Parish
Place Frittenden
County Kent
Record source Frittenden baptisms 1563-1879
Record set Kent Baptisms
Category Birth, Marriage, Death & Parish Records
Subcategory Births & baptisms
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