Category Archives: John Osbourne
Looking for a worthy project?
It’s been six years since I met Richard Barons, Executive Director of the East Hampton Historical Society, when he agreed to talk with me about Long Island history, as it may relate to the Dayton family. Now that I’ve had … Continue reading
Posted in Ashford, Benjamin Price, John Osbourne, Quinnipiac, Ralph Dayton, Thomas James Tagged Dayton and Long Island histories could be greatly advanced, Dayton family migration patterns in America, Dayton first and second generation with wanderlust, Daytons go off to New Jersey or upstate New York, document movements of other Kentish immigrants, Executive Director of the East Hampton Historical Society, Ralph Dayton and Long Island History, Ralph Dayton family crossing, Ralph's congregation at Ashford, Richard Barons, Richard Brook Thomas James Benjamin Price John Osbourne, substantiate records of those in his congregation Ralph Dayton, This is something genealogists don't do, Worthwhile project would benefit Dayton family Leave a comment
Dayton researchers may be looking in the wrong place
It is rare that you find conversation about Puritans landing at the New Haven Colony, rather than at Massachusetts Bay. We hear so little about it, it’s not surprising that it is so widely ignored by family researchers, perhaps because … Continue reading
Posted in Ashford, Benjamin Price, John Osbourne, New Haven Colony, Quinnipiac, Ralph Dayton, Thomas James Tagged Calder thought Ralph Dayton was probably aboard, Davenport to Lady Mary Vere, Dayton family genealogists should look at New Haven Colony, Dayton family researchers should not limit their possibilities, Dayton Puritan bypassing Boston, Dayton researchers may be looking in the wrong place, Dayton Whitfield Fleet, Isabel Calder's 1934 book, New Haven Colony does not fit the Dayton storyline, Quinnipiac as Ralph Dayton's port of entry, Ralph Dayton New Haven Colony is widely ignored as a Puritan landing, Whitfield sailed directly from England to Quinnipiac 1 Comment