Category Archives: Dayghton

A report from professional genealogist Nikki Paine

Our friend Terry Brown received a report from Nikki Paine of http://www.ancestryandheirs.co.uk in Ashford Kent, who has been researching Ralph Dayton. Nikki operates a registered professional service specializing in Kent family research. Both Terry and Nikki have graciously given their … Continue reading

Posted in Bennett Meade, Dayghton, Deighton, Dyghton, Goldhatch, New Haven Colony, Quinnipiac, Ralph Dayton, Uncategorized, William Deighton | 2 Comments

The Dayton family’s arrival at New Haven Colony

First, thank you to all the readers of this blog. It has truly been a pleasure for Jim and I to meet you and to communicate with you. It is also a pleasure to hear from so many Daytons and … Continue reading

Posted in Dayghton, New Haven Colony, Quinnipiac, Ralph Dayton | Leave a comment

Dayton History before 1617

I’m sure you’ve noticed the popularity of naming William Dayton and Agnes Green parents of Ralph Dayton. It seems to show up everywhere. Both the hypothesis and the story constructed upon it are very appealing, so much so that we … Continue reading

Posted in Agnes Green, Ashford, Dayghton, Deighton, William Deighton | 1 Comment

How many ways can you spell Dayton?

As you get deeper into Dayton research, don’t get discouraged by the many spellings of “Dayton.” Through the years, we have come across many legitimate spellings for the last name of our ancestors. In Henry’s 1759 will alone, five forms … Continue reading

Posted in Dayghton, Deighton, Drayton | Leave a comment

Welcome

This is the post excerpt. Continue reading

Posted in Daiton, Dayghton, Deighton, Drayton, Dyghton, Long Island, New Haven Colony, Quinnipiac, Ralph Dayton, Samuel Dayton | 2 Comments