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3951 “Marriages,” transcript by Jean Ellen Rhodes, at Jean's Maine Genealogy Page ( : accessed 4 December 2011); Simeon H. Richards and Henrietta S. Wasgatt, citing original publication in the Ellsworth American, 10 April 1868. Source (S822)
3952 “Mary Sparke deposed that being at William Rowe’s house, together with Thomas Day and his wife one Sabbath day at night, arose a discourse between us about fishing….” DAY, Thomas (I2251)
3953 “Mrs. A.J. Stanwood, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. H.E. Cravens, for a month past, returned to her home in Northfield, last Thursday.” STANWOOD, Georgiana (I290)
3954 “Of Nathaniel Caldwell, the youngest son, we know least of all. He had a home on what is now the westerly half of the High street Burying-ground. We have known people who remembered his house and the grandchildren who lived in it. They were a quiet, retired family, not blending with society.” CALDWELL, Nathaniel (I2164)
3955 “Power was given to Mark Symons and Robert Daye to gather up the Elders mayntenance and upon refusall to distrayne” DAY, Robert (I2252)
3956 “Rites for Ernest L. Simpson,” undated clipping, ca. July 1939, from unidentified newspaper; . , Mahieu Family Papers, privately held by Lauren Rogers Mahieu, [ADDRESS FOR PRIVATE USE,] Newark, Delaware, 2015. Inherited in 2004 from her grandmother, Goldie (Simpson) Uphouse Edwards, daughter of Ernest L. Simpson. Source (S207)
3957 “Robert Day and Edward Chapman deposed that they, as overseers of the common fence, found the fence in several places at Scot’s hill insufficient, etc. Sworn in court.” DAY, Robert (I2252)
3958 “Robert Day released from ordinary training, paying 6s. a year to the company.” DAY, Robert (I2252)
3959 “Robert Day v. Robert Burges. Trespass. For illegally attaching his mare, which he was forced to replevin, having no warrant against him. Verdict for defendent.” DAY, Robert (I2252)
3960 “Robert Day, aged about seventy-seven years, deposed that about the time Mr. Saltonstall was about to go back to England, the last time he was here, he was at deponant’s house” (p. 110).

“…that said Edward should seasonably attend to all gravel requisite for the mill or mill dams, for which upon account he should be satisfied by the appointment of George Gittings, Deacon Goodhue, Robert Day, John Denison and Freegrave Norton, or any three or more of them…” p. 111). 
DAY, Robert (I2252)
3961 “Robert Day, complaining that the bill of costs in Robert Burges case was not right, the court ordered that execution be respitted untiil said Burges could be present.” DAY, Robert (I2252)
3962 “Robert Day, Ed Lomas and Robt. Wallis were freed from ordinary trainings, paying a bushel of Indian corn yearly to the use of the company.” DAY, Robert (I2252)
3963 “Samuel Graves and Grace Graves testified…we speaking with Thomas Day our Cousin that married her sister about Sarah, He told us that when she was first marrid Sarah Carried well to her husband till John Lee frequented the House & her Company when her husband was abroad a fishing, & speaking of her husband Wm Roe he spoke of him in a deriding way of the disparagement of his person; & she answered, well why is he not as other men, If you had bene a sea man as long as hee you wold have had wrinkls in your forehead as well as hee excusing John Lee’s disparageing words…” DAY, Thomas (I2251)
3964 “Sarah Day, aged nineteen years, deposed. Sworn April 21, 1670...” DAY, Sarah (I2468)
3965 “The men chosen for Collectors, are Mr Thomas Firman Mark Symonds, Robert Daye chosen instead of Mr Firman.” DAY, Robert (I2252)
3966 “To see if the town will except of a road as laid out by the selectmen beginning on Jessie L. Tibbits land near his barn running a southerly course about sixty two rods to the main road leading from John P. Spencer to west mills.” SPENCER, John P. (I2356)
3967 “Tythingman approved at this court…Robert Day…” DAY, Robert (I2252)
3968 “Wedding guests included parents of the bridegroom and his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Beatrice Rogers from Hugo…” Family F1836

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