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 […]
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DFH Volume 1 Issue 20 At the start of the new millennium , a video (VHS) of our Dayton Heritage was created and given to all my cousins. Many of you younger generations have never had the opportunity to view it. It’s a three-hour video, but it’s broken down into […]
DFH Volume 1 Issue 20 I took one of those DNA tests which Ancestry advertises. It revealed I am 64% English [Daytons, Whites, Goodnows, Harris’ and many others], 21% Irish [Camerons, and several on my mom’s side] and 15% Germanic European [Flansburg, Clute and some on my mom’s side]. You […]