The Day and Hendrix(cks) families : including Poe and allied lines : Bucks County, Pennsylvania; Baltimore and Cecil Counties, Maryland; Bracen and Mason Counties, Kentucky; Brown and Clermont County, Ohio; Wayne and Henkricks Counties, Indiana

by Ruth Hendricks DeVerter
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
Baytown, Texas : R.H. DeVerter, c1963
2 v. (xiv, 676 [i.e. 711] leaves) : ill., geneal. tables, map, ports.
Our pioneer ancestors; v. 3


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Christopher Day and his wife, Martha, were baptized at the Pennyback Baptist Church in Pheladelphia County, Pennsylvania, in 1714. They were the parents of at least six children. He died in 1748 and was buried at the Cross Keys Cemetery, Plumstead Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Descendants listed, chiefly those of his son, Mathew Day, lived in Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, and elsewhere.

Includes an index of some surnames (other than Day, Hendrix/Hendricks, or Poe) and a list of some known addresses in Book II.

Includes the Hendrix/Hendricks, Poe, Fenton, Dunn, Huff, Miller, and other related families.

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