|John Day 3 (#47389788)|
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Born Texas 1936, father of two and grandfather of four. Retired engineer/entrepreneur with graduate degrees. Avid and disciplined genealogist for over 15 years. Volunteer Project Administrator (North America) for the Day Family Y-DNA Project under Family Tree DNA with over 85 participants worldwide. Published three books on family genealogy including Virginia, Alabama, and Texas. In December 2010 authored "John Day, Colonial Blacksmith of Charlottesville" which appeared in Magazine of Albemarle & Charlottesville History. Two daughters are members of Daughters of the Republic of Texas.|
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Hello Mr Day
I am Cindy Day ggranddaughter of Francis Marion Day ,granddaughter of Raymond Lyhue Marion Day -daughter of Raymond Leon Day . My father came from Oklahoma . I have been doing my family tree for a couple of years now . We have a brick wall where Francis Marion's father is concerned .I have noticed a few similarities between my Francis Marion and the Francis Marion in the Texas Day family tree . I wonder if anyone has thought that they might be the same person . Sometimes it seems that their lives could be merged such as I have no birth certificate or grave marker for my Francis -but both of those exist for the Texas Francis . I have no marriage certificate for Francis and Katherine .But I know by word of mouth they lived together .My Francis is invisible until he is living with someone who calls him grandson . It seems the Texas Francis is also invisible until his teenage years . I have done the DNA but being a female it didn't help much .I am hoping you can tell me if you think I might be on the right path or if I've lost my mind in thinking they might be the same person . Thank you if you have the time to look into this I'd be so grateful .
or Day_Cindy on Ancestry.com
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