One of the Dayton-Family-History readers wrote to me, “Here’s a question for you… what was your recollection of growing up in a family of 5 kids? What memories stick out to you? Was the age gap a big deal? We’re you close as kids?” I don’t remember any complicated or […]
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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 14 During the 1998 reunion, we photographed the offspring of each of the children of Wilber and Jessie Belle Dayton who attended the reunion. The following is …. Paul’s. family. Paul Dayton’s Biography Paul Dayton was born June 29, 1923, during the roaring twenties. His father […]
DFH Volume 1 Issue 9 This is the Corinth, New York Wesleyan church, completed in 1968, to replace the old church which was shown in last week’s newsletter. Most of you are familiar with it because we held our 1998 Dayton Reunion there. Chester Dayton and Paul Dayton were the […]
DFH Volume 1 Issue 8 Last week I asked you to identify the building and tell a story about it. It was the old Corinth Wesleyan Methodist Church located at 292 River St. in Corinth, NY. The church was built around 1900 and was last used in 1968 when it […]
DFH Volume 1 Issue 3 By Priscilla [Dayton] Tyler, as told by Mary Tyler Mary reminded me about this story a few days ago, and this morning as I was thinking about what story I could contribute, the following came to mind. It sounds like a very Dayton kind of […]