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Samuel Dayton contemplated going to Killingworth, Connecticut?

Google® the phrase “apparently contemplated going to Killingworth” and you will find many references to Samuel Dayton, repeating variations of the sentence “He apparently contemplated going to Killingworth, Conn. 293 more words

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Free Seminar for Prospective College Students RSVP By 3/1/18

Supervisor Romaine Announces Free Seminar for Prospective College Students

posted on 1/19/2018 9:47:00 AM

Farmingville, NY – On March 8, the Brookhaven Youth Bureau and Suffolk Community College will host a free seminar for parents and students who are interested in enrolling in college. 360 more words

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Who was Abraham Dayton's eldest son?

I continue to be fascinated by the theory that Mary Beardsley may not have been Abraham Dayton’s first wife. The very fact that Jacobus mentions it grants the question some measure of importance. 361 more words

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Red Pepper Taqueria in, Jefe's Tacos & Tequila out in Brookhaven

Mexican restaurant Red Pepper Taqueria is set to open its third metro Atlanta location this March, taking the place of another now-shuttered Mexican spot.

Jefe’s Tacos & Tequila closed its doors yesterday at 705 Town Blvd. 116 more words

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Family Med: Brookhaven


This was my first, and still is my favorite rotation. I do not want to go into family medicine, but this rotation made me actually want to switch by the end. 210 more words

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Samuel Dayton’s primitive shelter

With this bitter cold we’ve been experiencing across the Midwest and East Coast, I couldn’t help but think about what it must have been like for our pioneer ancestors, particularly for those who established residence where no Europeans had lived previously. 176 more words

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A safe distance, at Crane Neck

As we’ve discussed before, in May of 1710 Abraham Dayton, son of Samuel, petitioned the New York Council for charity and was referred back to the Justices of the Peace in Suffolk County, recommending that they provide for he and his family “as the nature of his circumstances require.” 376 more words