Facts and Events
||most likely in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
||24 Jun 1676
||Chelmsford, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United Statesserved in garrison & in King Phillip's war
||Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts, United Statestook Oath of Fidelity; occupation husbandman
||24 Jul 1679
||Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts, USAto Phebe Wilde
||Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts, United Stateswife accused of witchcraft, imprisoned in Ipswich, released 24 Sep 1692
||Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts, United StatesMember of First Church
||Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts, United Stateswest side of Squam River
- Felt, Joseph B. Genealogical Items Relative to Gloucester, Massachusetts., in The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society), Vol 4 p362, Oct 1850.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 Day, Fred N. "Answers", in Perley, Sidney, ed. Essex Antiquarian. (Salem, Mass.: Essex Antiquarian), Vol 8 p 143-144, 1904.
Timothy Day of Gloucester, son of Anthony Day, was born 1653; married Phebe Wildes of Topsham July 24, 1679; and lived in Gloucester on the west side of Squam River
served in King Phillip's War and in Chelmsford, MA garrison 24 June 1676
Children: Timothy b. Topsfield 19 Jan 1679/80, lived in Gloucester except for a short time when he was at York;
[other children also listed, all b. Gloucester)
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 3.2 Babson, John J. History of the town of Gloucester, Cape Ann: including the town of Rockport. (Gloucester Mass.: Procter Bros., 1860), p. 79.
Anthony Day and Susanna [Matchet] children: Timothy.
Timothy Day married Phebe Wildes, July 24, 1679; who died April 8, 1723, aged seventy. He had his residence on the westerly side of Squam River, where some of his sons also settled. His children were --
Timothy, Anthony, John, Joseph, Jonathan, and Susanna, Ebenezer, besides others who died in infancy. John is supposed to have died about 1747, and to have left a son John, who settled in Norwich, Conn.
Timothy Day date of his death is not known; but it appears probable that he was living in 1721. Phebe Wildes died April 8, 1723, aged seventy.
- ↑ Babson, John J. Notes and Additions to the History of Gloucester: Part First. Early Settlers. (Gloucester, Mass.: M.V.B. Perley, 1876), Pt. 1, pp. 17-18.
Anthony Day and Susanna children: Timothy before 1657.
Timothy Day had six sons, inc. Timothy, Anthony, (m. Penelope, had three dau. in Goucester, d. 12 Jan 1712); Joseph, John (b. 1 Feb 1684, prob. m. Dorothy, had 11 children, plus John, baptised 18 Oct 1713. This is the John Day "who in May 1747, then of Norwich, Conn., potter, was the administrator of the estate of his brother, John Day of Gloucester."), Zebedee (m. Margaret Before 19 Feb 1743)
- ↑ List of Persons in Gloucester who took the Oath of Fidelity , in The Essex Genealogist (Massachusetts). (Lynnfield, Massachusetts: Essex Society of Genealogists), Vol 20:4 (November 2000), p. 200.
Day, John, husbandman
Day, Timothy, husbandman
- ↑ Savage, James. A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England: Showing Three Generations of Those Who Came Before May, 1692, on the Basis of Farmer's Register. (Boston: Little, Brown, and Co, 1860-1862), 2:28.
DAY, TIMOTHY, Gloucester, freem. 1690, m. 24 July 1679, Phebe Wildes, d. prob. of the sec. John, wh. d. 8 Apr. 1723, aged 70, had
Timothy, Anthony, John, Joseph, Jonathan, Ebenezer, and Susanna, beside some wh. d. inf. as Babson tells.
- ↑ 7.0 7.1 Babson, John J. Notes and Additions to the History of Gloucester: Part First. Early Settlers. (Gloucester, Mass.: M.V.B. Perley, 1876), Part 2, p. 4, 72.
p. 4 - Rev. John White became preacher at First Church in 1703. Members of the church who resided in town at that time included:
p. 72 - 1692, Sept. 24 - "On bonds for their appearance, Mary, wife of Hugh Rowe, Phebe, wife of Timothy Day, and widow Rachel Vinsen, all of Gloucester, are released from Ipswich prison, having been confined there for witchcraft."
- ↑ There is no birth record for Timothy in Gloucester, and his parents were living in Exeter in 1653.