Welcome

If you were born in America with the name Dayton, there is a high probability that you descend from our common progenitor Ralph Dayton, my 9th great-grandfather.

Hello. My name is Steve Dayton. I’ve created this blog for anyone who has interest in the Dayton family in America and earlier ancestry in England. I descend from Ralph, Samuel, Abraham, Henry, David Senior, David Junior, Henry, Charles, Wilber and Paul.

PURPOSE FOR THE BLOG
There were two main purposes for creating this site:

1. To provide a means to communicate with those who share our interests in early Long Island or the Dayton family.

2. To make everyone aware that my brother Jim and I published our work, a compilation of records and interpretation with extensive documentation, entitled Our Long Island Ancestors, the First Six Generations of Daytons in America, 1639-1807. The paperback is available from major booksellers at $19.95 while the hardcover will continue to be offered at Jim’s reduced price on eBay.

LEAVE A COMMENT
You are encouraged to leave a comment or ask a question at the end of any post.  We would like to make your acquaintance and we seek to be receptive of challenges or other interpretations. -Steve

However, if you prefer to contact us privately and securely, please use the contact form on the Contact page. Your message will arrive in a private email account and will not be copied to a public section of the website. Email is checked on a daily basis and I will usually respond, if requested, on the same day, unless I’m traveling.

Become a follower by clicking on the FOLLOW button in the right-hand column.

My goal is to add a fresh post at least once per week. The most recent post begins directly below.

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2 Responses to Welcome

  1. scowha7 says:

    I know you were exhaustive in your research and from what I hear, this is a very well written book. I am sure your work will inspire others to learn more about their own heritage. Good Job Dayton brothers!

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