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Re: DAILEY, 1799-1800 Trumbull,OH
Posted by: Sarah Lane Date: July 10, 2000 at 18:24:25
In Reply to: DAILEY, 1799-1800 Trumbull,OH by Geraldine Dailey of 997

Isaac Dailey, Charles Dailey came to Trumbull County, Warren, Ohio about 1800-01. Isaac was married to Effie Lane, daughter of Henry Lane, Sr. Jenny Lane (also known as Jane) was married to Charles Dailey. I'm related to the Lane side. One son of Isaac and Effie was named Noah, born 10/5/1803, d 9/6/1828. Charles Dailey (also spelled Dally) and Henry Lane built the first mill in Warren. Charles later sold his mill share and returned to Peters Creek where he owned 260 acres inherited from his father, Philip Dailey, who had received a large tract name "Dauphin" from Virginia in 1773 for assisting against the Indians in western PA.
Isaac owned a farm in Warren until 1841. After Effie died he moved to Indiana and died there in 1843. His son Isaac Jr. was born in Warren in 1805 and married Margarite Fusselman.
I have more info also and can put you in touch with someone else who is researching the Daileys.


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