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Re: DAY MARRIAGES
Posted by: Nancy Williams (ID *****5536) Date: May 08, 2005 at 20:30:52
In Reply to: DAY MARRIAGES by Glynda Day Lane of 584

Susan Ollie Day was my ggrandmother b. 03 Aug 1850 in Bald Prairie, Robertson County, TX, d. 21 Dec 1880. She is buried in the Bald Prairie cemetery. My cousin photographed Susan's headstone a couple of weeks ago. According to a letter I have written by my grandfather (her son), a son is also buried there, but my cousin was unable to locate that grave. There was a son, Robert O., that was born in 1880 and died in 1881, so I am assuming he is the one buried there. Someone else has speculated that she may have died in childbirth or from complications. Another cousin has given me the following information: Susan's parents, Wiley Warren Day b. 1830 and Virginia Ferguson b. bef. 1870 in Louisiana; grandparents Simon Day b. 1802, Edgefield Cty, SC d. aft 1860 and Sophia Boddie b. 1806, Edgefield Cty, SC d. aft. 1860; ggrandfather Peter Day; ggggrandfather John R. Day. I have no information on the other family members on your list.Feel free to email me if you wish NancyWms@aol.com.


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