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 8th great-grandfather. I descend from Ralph> Samuel> Abraham> Henry> David Senior> David Junior> Henry> Charles> Wilber (our grandfather).

My brother and I enjoy contact with extended family and like-minded friends, so this blog has been created in order that we might establish contact and prompt discussion. My current goal is to add a fresh post at least every 7-10 days.

Our decades of research have been gathered into a compilation of records and interpretation entitled Our Long Island Ancestors, the First Six Generations of Daytons in America, 1639-1807. The original intent was to preserve discoveries for the larger Dayton family in the form of a book that might read as a story.

The book is not for profit, with proceeds going to Long Island historical societies.
Special Note: Please be aware of a few malicious sites advertising PDF downloads of our book which do not exist. Do not open these dangerous sites.

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4 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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  2. Robert J Dayton says:

    I’m Robert Dayton son of Harris Spencer Dayton , I have two brothers John E Dayton , Spencer Harris Dayton Jr. , one sister Barbara J Dayton . My Father has a family history that goes back before the civil war on Long Island . Looking forward to reading your book . Best wishes , Robert Dayton

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    • Steve Dayton says:

      Thank you Robert. It’s nice to meet you. Do you know if the name “Robert” goes back very far in your line? If so, you might come from Robert, Ralph Dayton’s son. I’ve met others recently from Robert’s line who remained on the east end of Long Island.

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