Last name: Day
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Hello. My name is Sean Day from Lancashire, UK. My Great Grandfather was Richard Day who married Elizabeth Fargher on the Isle of Man. My Grandfather was George Stanley Day who married Jessie Quayle in Birkenhead, UK. They had 6 children: Edith Day, Phyllis Day (Later Lucas), William Day, Richard Day, Allan Arthur Day and lastly my father George Stanley Day. If anyone has any information, or is related please feel free to get in touch.
My father was Woodford Day, from Magoffin County, Kentucky. His father was Thomas Jefferson Day and his grandfather was Jefferson Davis Day. The family myth is that we were from Ireland by way of Wales, but it is difficult to prove and the DNA evidence is inconclusive.
From the east of Canada, Most of my family resides in Prince Edward Island. Uncommon last name around the area. Father is James Day, his Father is Bill Day. I have no doubt that we came from Wales or somewhere thereabouts. Hard to tell though.
Guess What! im a Day too. I am Cameron Day (South Africa) son of Gary Day (South Africa) son of Brian Day (South Africa) son of Walter George Day b1906 d1968 (South Africa) son of Aubry/Aubrey Day b1878 England d 1940 South Africa - any information would be great appreciated. im stuck and this is as far as i can go, i cannot find my connection the Uk and am desperate to know. kind regards Cameron Day email@example.com
Hello fellow "Day's" , I am a daughter of George David Day Sr of PA, and grand-daughter of James Anthony Day Sr formerly of PA. Just searched the surname to find its orgination. Never knew it was an english name. The Day family is very private about its history and ancestory, if anyone knows or heard .
I'm Avery Day born in Texas
Teresa Day Wells
From Jackson, Mississippi. My father was Henry Howard Day.
Hello im trying to locate my farther Terry Kenneth day if he's here
Hi Days! I'm from London, England & my father is David ;)
I'm Nickolas Day
Hi, I'm from Texas. The farthest I can go back is to William C. Day, Sr. from Virginia (1759-1830). I'm on ancestery.com too. My tree goes like this: William C. Day, Sr. (1759-1830) Virginia to North Carolina James Day (1781) North Carolina Warren Day (1812-1895) North Carolina to Mississippi James Lawrence Day (1851-1920) Mississippi to Texas William Washington Day (1873-1915) Mississippi to Texas Jean Levin Day, Sr. (1908-1969) Texas Jean Levin Day, Jr. (1943-2011) Any relatives from my tree?
Dennis Lloyd Day
Hi Days I'm Dennis Day first generation in America my father came here from England in the early 1900 he was 21 born in 1897 his father was with him and a brother. he told me that his father had 7 siblings that came over before him. they went into Canada first then to the US
am a day too. my father is Jack Day (Indiana) all I know is that I have a lot of family that I don't know and would like to . I have 15 siblings all to gather half I have not met. I don't not know my grandparents all are died. on my dad's side his mother is a full blood Cherokee Indian I have seem her photo. please if any knows anything please post it.
I am Justin Day, son of Glen Edward Day Jr. And its cool being a DAY!!!
Kenneth ?Day born in Hampton Va. 1946
Father Norman K.Day born Delta Co. 1917
Wow...its all so wonderfully overwhelming. I don't know family tree that well. But I know that I keep seeing the names, Frank, Edmond, Edmund, Minette, Melville, Grace, Sarah....and from Australia and Western Canada
Hello. I am also a Day, obviously. My father's name was Michael L. Day. His father was Humphrey Day, Cherokee and Irish I'm told. His mother was Jennie French-Day, full blooded Blackfoot Native American. They were from Bell, Tennessee as far as I know. My grandparents had seventeen children together. I don't know that side of my family very well, but I am looking forward to meeting new family. I know the last name isn't very common, so if any of my information looks familiar to any of you, contact me. Shawntavia.Day@gmail.com. Thanks.
Sadie Day Pasha
My maiden name is Sadie DAY, I was born in 1952 in East Harlem, NY. My father was Daniel Day from Hampton, VA, his dad was Frank Wilson Day, and his dad was John W. Day, his dad was Wilson Day born 1838, All of my fatner's people were from James City County, Virginia. I could go on further, I'm a genealogist, but I won't. :) firstname.lastname@example.org
Im from London,my dad was from hammersmith,west London...
From Victoria BC originally. Father was Robert George Day from Leyton, Essex. Emmigrated when he was 8 yrs old (1924). His siblings were Thomas, Edward, Frank, Reginald, Georgina, Gwendolyn, Corinne. Most settled in Alberta except for Frank in Ottawa. My Grandparents were Robert and Edith Emma Day. I have 2 sisters and 1 brother. We have a pretty large extended family...tons of cousins etc. We have a site on myfamily.com where my sisters have done a fair amount of research into the family tree. It's tricky though when those who have the most information about the family history are already gone. Talk to your parents/uncles/grandparents etc, before all that wonderful information is gone!
the last 2 generations of my family have been in alabama i do not know the for sure date my hertiage migrated to this area
Zachary, are your from the Sand Mountain area? That's were mine came from. If so we may be related.
Sherrie Day Wood
I once had some genealogy info on my Day ancestor who came over as an Indentured Servant from Wales in about 1650. My Day ancestors worked in Munitions in the Revolution. William the Conqueror Tobacco Plantation belonged to my/your Day family. Does anyone have Colbert Day in their tree? I believe he was either my grandfather's grandfather or his g-grandfather. My grandfather James Loren Day was born in New Tazewell, Tennessee in 1903. He later moved to Texas during the Great Depression era. His father James Wylie Day & mother Catherine Widener-Day had already settled in Texas several years before in an area called "Greens Creek" in Erath county. ANYONE HAVE ANY INFO? T.I.A.
Anne Day O' Sullivan
From Cork City, Ireland. Father Richard, Uncles Jimmy UK, Jack, Leslie(UK), Bob, Aunts Maura and the last Aunt Elizabeth who is being laid to rest tomorrow at 91yrs RIP. grandfather Robert born 1885 Cork.
Grandfather Ronald day from Liverpool
Family now living in northumberland
Nancy Anne Day
The Day last name symbolizes the unification of Asia and Europe and is spelled in English. The Originallast name was Asian and was SUN. After that was the last name SON. When we migrated to Europe it became many different names. Day is the one most commonly used in America. The last name SOON is used in Indonesia. All the names are from our family, but DAY is the International Melting Pot name. It symbolizes many things including Jesus' relation to Buddha. Many people with the DAY last name are bullied in America because of wars fought with Asia. I'm hoping that stops as time goes by. What's wrong with being Asian mixed? Day is an Imperial last name. There is an Imperial Royal Hoouse in every country of the World including France and Britain. Imperial Europeans help keep peace and what's so bad about that?
My great great grandfather is Randolph Collier Day from Letcher County, Kentucky. My Grandfather is Anthony Claiborne Day and my father is William Day, both from Letcher County, Kentucky.
Hello i am Melroy Day From india ....having a surname like this in india is really funny because most people dont have it here and make fun of me due to my surname ...i did not track the history of my grandfather since he died before i was born so would like to know anyone who know a person Jo Day and lady Mary Day possibly from UK i suppose ...and also i would like to meet some Day and talk to them right now i live in Germnay and about to obtain PR for Germany ,,,thank you cheers
A connection between the days of new England around 1650 and the Day family of Trinity Bay nl Canada of 1750. More specifically john day of Trinity bay nl who died there on may 27, 1770.
Hi I'm Veronica Day from Maine