DFH Volume 1 Issue 22 Dayton Brothers’ Lumber Company was an “environmentally green” company as early as the late 1950’s and early 1960’s. This was 30 years before we began to hear about “green” on a national scale. Besides their obvious cash crop of lumber, the brothers sold every scrap […]
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DFH Volume 1 Issue 22 My visit to the land of the Dayton homestead and the gravesite of Henry Dayton [Henry← Charles Erastus← Wilber Sr.] and his wife, Christie [Cameron] Dayton made me realize that I have not mentioned our Cameron branch of the Dayton family in an earlier Newsletter. […]
DFH Volume 1 Issue 22 My dad [Paul Dayton, son of Wilber Thomas Dayton, Sr.] , often got out his cornet from the closet, wiped it off with a rag and began playing it at home when I was growing up. Occasionally, he played a cornet solo at church and […]
DFH Volume 1 Issue 21 My sister Priscilla, the healthiest of us siblings, decided that mom’s macaroni and cheese is too unhealthy. She has created a recipe for Keto cheese. It nicely parallels mom’s version of world class mac and cheese, but substitutes cauliflower for macaroni. It makes good sense […]
DFH Volume 1 Issue 21 It hardly seems possible that it’s been 21 years since our Dayton reunion in Corinth. Kids that attended are now married with their own offspring, thus starting a new generation of Dayton’s. I think especially of the Humbert kids and their cute rendition of “King […]
DFH Volume 1 Issue 21 My personal favorite Ancient Aristocrat grampa is King William I, more commonly known as William the Conqueror. Our lineage is as follows: Lineage of Wilber Thomas Dayton Sr. to William the Conqueror WILBER THOMAS DAYTON SR & Jessie Belle White Nancy Goodnow & Charles Dayton […]