Submitted by Edwin R. Ledogar

Husband Captain John Day

Born: 12 Mar 1756, Windham Co, CT

Died: 9 Mar 1838, Dayville, Killingly, CT

Buried: 1838, Cross Roads Cemetery, Dayville, CT

Married: 25 Jan 1781

Father: James Day

Mother: Mary Parkhurst

Wife: Annis Bowman

Born: 1761

Died: 27 Apr 1848, Dayville, Killingly, CT

Buried: Apr 1848, Cross Roads Cemetery, Dayville,

Children:

Lucy Day

Born: 15 Jul 1782, Killingly, CT

Eunice Day

Born: 12 Sep 1783, Killingly, CT

Polly Day

Born: 2 Aug 1785, Killingly, CT

Betsey Day

Born: 12 Sep 1787, Killingly, CT

Calvin Day

Born: 16 Dec 1789, Killingly, CT

Died: 21 Mar 1864, Pomfret, CT

Spouse: Marinda Miller

Married: 1 Jun 1826, Killingly, CT

John Day, Jr.

Born: 16 Feb 1792, Dayville, Killingly, CT

Died: 28 Jan 1864, Brooklyn, CT

Buried: 30 Jan 1864, Old Trinity Cemetery, Brooklyn, CT

Spouse: Sarah Ann Dexter

Married: 17 Mar 1814, Westfield Church, Danielson

Phila Day

Born: 25 Apr 1794, Killingly, CT

Susan (Sukie) Day

Born: 21 Jun 1796, Dayville, Killingly, CT

Died: 8 Mar 1867, Dayville, Killingly, CT

Buried: Mar 1867, High St. Cemetery, Dayville, CT

Spouse: Colonel William Alexander

Married: May 1816, Westfield Church, Danielson, CT

Sally Day

Born: 8 Dec 1798, Killingly, CT

Colonel Luther Day

Born: 9 Apr 1801, Killingly, CT

Died: 9 Apr 1882, Killingly, CT

Buried: 12 Apr 1882, Westfield Cemetery, Danielson, CT

Spouse: Julia A. Sabin

Wealthy Day

Born: 28 Jun 1804, Killingly, CT

Spouse: James Warren

Married: 18 Jan 1830, Windham Co., CT

DOCUMENTATION

Captain John Day served in the Revolutionary War in Captain Warren's Company.

HOW A HILL WAS NAMED

From The Windham County Transcript, March 8, 1973

Dark Lantern Hill on Route 6 in South Killingly received its name from the fact that when the stage coaches ran over this road on their way to and from Providence there were so many hold-ups the stage drivers put out their lanterns so as not to be noticed. Beyond Dark Lantern Hill was still another hill, one nearest the Rhode Island line. It was called Little Rest Hill.