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Daniel Polk Slay
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Birth: Oct. 15, 1846
Georgia, USA
Death: Jan. 21, 1896
Chambers County
Alabama, USA

Chambers County Marriage Record Volume 5, Number 756b: Daniel P. Slay and Susan J. Crisler on December 21, 1865, by James Elder, MG, at residence of Mrs. Gross.
An obituary for D.P. Slay could not be located in the January or February 1896 "LaFayette Sun". - Hank Rogers.
Served in the 61st Alabama Infantry Regiment Company F, Chambers County, Alabama. - Hank Rogers.
1870 Chambers County, (Beat 2) AL Census:


Polk Slay 24M Farmer R$500 P$500 Born GA
Susan J. Slay 23F Keeps House Born GA
William A. Slay 4M Born GA
1880 Chambers County, (Milltown) AL Census:


Daniel P. Slay 33M Farming Born GA
Susan Slay 32F Wife Keeping House Born GA
William Slay 14M Son Works on Farm Born AL
Cora Slay 5F Daughter Born AL
Family links: 
  Daniel Robertson Slay (1795 - 1871)
  Mary Ann Brock Slay (1810 - 1884)
  Susan J. Crisler Slay (1847 - 1899)
  William Andrew Slay (1866 - 1940)*
  Cora E. Slay Abernathy (1876 - 1903)*
  John Brock Slay (1826 - 1895)*
  Noah R Slay (1828 - 1863)*
  James Lawson Slay (1830 - 1912)*
  Sarah Elizabeth Slay (1835 - 1855)*
  Andrew J Slay (1837 - 1865)*
  Mary Ann Malissa Slay Abernathy (1841 - 1913)*
  Martha A Slay Daniel (1842 - 1902)*
  Daniel Polk Slay (1846 - 1896)
*Calculated relationship
Mount Hickory Cemetery
Chambers County
Alabama, USA
Maintained by: Churchwell
Originally Created by: J Lowery
Record added: Oct 27, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 43605237
Daniel Polk Slay
Added by: Bennie Gross
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In honor of your service to the Confederate States Army. Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp No. 1921 - The Tallassee Armory Guards.
- Churchwell
 Added: Mar. 28, 2015

- Lanie
 Added: Oct. 29, 2014
Remembering and Honoring a True Southern Hero. A Confederate Soldier who Bravely and Proudly Fought for Southern Independence During the War of Northern Aggression. Deo Vindice.
- Tony Smith SCV Camp 38, North Charleston S.C.
 Added: Mar. 31, 2014
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