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flag   James Thomas  DAY

  (b. 2 November 1814, Maryland, USA   d. 11 November 1885Buckeystown, Frederick, Maryland, USA )  
Summary: James Thomas DAY was born 2 November 1814 in , Maryland, USA. James Thomas DAY was the child of

He married  Agnes Jane RILEY .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Agnes Jane RILEY  was born 18 February 1824 in , Pennsylvania, USA .  She died 26 March 1863 in Buckeystown, Frederick, Maryland, USA . 

James Thomas DAY died 11 November 1885 in Buckeystown, Frederick, Maryland, USA.
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flag  Elihu Thomas DAY (b.4 December 1844, Frederick, Maryland, USA  d. 22 October 1899, Denver, Colorado, USA)
m. Leanora Rosella REYNOLDS 


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Birth
2 November 1814
, Maryland, USA

1844 Birth of Child
Elihu Thomas DAY was born 4 December 1844, Frederick, Maryland, USA
1863 Death of Spouse/Partner
Agnes Jane RILEY died 26 March 1863, Buckeystown, Frederick, Maryland, USA
Death
11 November 1885
Buckeystown, Frederick, Maryland, USA


James is buried at: St Joseph Catholic Cemetery, Buckeystown, Frederick, Maryland

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