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Susannah DAY
of Temple Grafton, Warwickshire
Ancestors
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George DAY
~1712 - bur.1797
of Temple Grafton, Warwickshire
George DAY
1750 - 1823
of Temple Grafton, Warwickshire
 
Ann HARIOTT
~1716 - bur.1780
of Temple Grafton, Warwickshire
Susannah DAY
~1781 - bur.1800
of Temple Grafton, Warwickshire
 
Elizabeth [DAY]
1753 - 1830
of Temple Grafton, Warwickshire
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Susannah DAY
~1781 - bur.1800
of Temple Grafton, Warwickshire
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Date
Age*
Event
Place
5 Apr 1800
19
Burial 
Temple Grafton, Warwickshire
15 Sep 1813
32
Marriage of brother John DAY and Esther BROTHERTON 
All Saints, Evesham, Worcestershire, England
Jun 1823
42
Death of father George DAY 
Temple Grafton, Warwickshire
Oct 1830
49
Death of mother Elizabeth [DAY] 
Temple Grafton, Warwickshire
7 Feb 1838
57
Death of brother John DAY 
Evesham, Worcestershire
Documented age, Calculated age, Estimated age
Citations
1 - Temple Grafton Parish Records

First name(s) Susannah

Last name Day

Sex Female

Birth year -

Death year 1800

Burial year 1800

Burial date 05 Apr 1800

Residence -

Father's first name(s) George

Place Grafton Temple

County Warwickshire

Country England

Source Warwickshire Burial Index 1538-1900

Record set Warwickshire Burials

Category Birth, Marriage, Death & Parish Records

Subcategory Parish Burials

Collections from England, Great Britain

2 - FamilySearch International Genealogical Index

Reprinted by permission. Copyright © 1999-2002 by Intellectual Reserve, Inc

Author: LDS. Publishing Info: This information has been reproduced with explicit permission of LDS

JOHN DAY

Male

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Marriages:

Spouse: ESTHER BROTHERTON

Marriage: 15 SEP 1813 Parish Of All Saints, Evesham, Worcester, England

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Source Information:

Batch Number: 8505831

Sheet: 31

Source Call No.: 1395961 Type: Film

3 - Temple Grafton Parish Records
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1823

George Day - Grafton- June 24 - [Age] 72 - B Thirkin pt curate

4 - Temple Grafton Parish Records
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BURIALS in the Parish of Temple Grafton in the County of Warwick in the year 1830

Elizabeth Day - Grafton - Octr 11th 77 W S Rufford

5 - John Day 1838

1838 DEATHS in the District of Evesham in the County of Worcester & Gloucester

127 - Seventh of Feby 1838 Parish of All Saints Evesham - John Day - Male - 44 yrs - Millwright - Accidentally Drowned - Chas Best, Coroner, Bengeworth - [Registered] Sixteenth February 1838

6 - Worcester Journal
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FATAL EVENT. - On Wednesday last a man named John Day, of Evesham, attended a wood sale at Offenham, a village in the neighbourhood, and remained at the place of sale till it was quite dark, he afterwards called at another place or two in the village, and as his nearest way home was to cross the river Avon at a ferry, he called there after the person who attends to it was gone to bed, he however made himself heard, and wished to be rowed across, this however was objected to by the person who keeps the boat, on account of the danger occasioned by the quanttity of ice then in the river. Day however not heeding this admonition expressed his determination to row himself across and was heard to get into the boat for that purpose, since which he has not been seen or heard of : but the boat was found in the morning floated down the river as far as the ice would allow it to go, and near to it Day's hat and the boat shovel were found. Search has been made for the body but it has not yet been raised.

7 - Hereford Times
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Hereford Times 26 May 1838

On Monday evening , the 14th inst. the body of a man, in a frightful state of decomposition, was discovered floating on the Avon in the neighourhood of Evesham. On getting it out of the water it was recognised to be that of John Day, whose disappearance in Feburary last gave rise to sundry conjectures respecting his fate, the most probable of which appeared to be that he had been drowned in endeavouring to row across the river. Nothing having since occurred to invalidate that supposition, an inquest was held on the body before Mr. Best on the following day, when a verdict of "Found drowned" was returned. - Worcester Chronicle

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