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Did Abraham Dayton have sons from a wife before Mary Beardsley?

There exists a theory that Abraham (son of Samuel, born about 1654) had been married previous to taking his stepsister Mary Beardsley as bride. The theory goes that he already had two sons named Abraham and Jacob, but conclusive evidence of neither son can be found. 230 more words

Long Island

Open House 118 Rosemary Ln Centereach NY 11720

Open House
118 Rosemary Ln Centereach NY 11720
Sunday December 11 2016
from 1:00pm to 3:00pm
To listen to the audio description of this fine home dial 1-800-757-6544 then enter property ID-4231 press 0 anytime during the recording to be connected to a salesperson who can assist you further. 7 more words

Real Estate

MSA workshop on filling for college financial aid

FAFSA: Free Application for Federal Student Aid.

BORING!!!!!! But necessary.

The Mississippi School of the Arts is hosting a FAFSA Assistance Day on Friday, Dec. 68 more words

Brookhaven News

Year-end events at the arts school

The students at the Mississippi School of the Arts are preparing for their year-end showcases, all of which will be FREE to attend and totally BITCHIN’ to experience. 112 more words

Brookhaven Events

Third Person Dies From Injuries Sustained In Brookhaven Wrong-Way Crash

BROOKHAVEN, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Last week’s wrong-way crash on the Sunrise Highway in Suffolk County has claimed a third victim.

Jonathan Valladares, 25, succumbed to his injuries Saturday. 511 more words


"Indian gift"

On November 4, 1677, Unkechaug and Massapequa sachems, along with other Long Island Native Americans protested to Governor Andros concerning ongoing land disputes. One of their complaints was that Samuel Dayton had built a house on lands Tobacus had given to Governor Winthrop many years earlier and Sam had not paid them for settling there. 218 more words

Samuel Dayton

Carrollton/Farmers Branch Neighborhoods


The neighborhood, located north of Valley View Lane, east of Webb Chapel Road, south of Belt Line Road and west of Marsh Lane, was found to be the best for city dwellers