Daines Family
 

FINDING A LOST BRANCH

OF THE

DAINS FAMILY TREE

By

Guy Edwin Daines
 

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

I would like to personally thank all my new cousins for their assistance and especially Roger Dean, Bob Dean, Katherine Colburn, Audrey Moran, Brad Behrens, Jeanne Daines and Thomas A. Eddy, President of the Eddy Family Association. Without their help and guidance I would still be stumbling along searching for the names of my great great grandparents.

In developing the genealogy of my immediate Daines family, I chose not to reinvent the wheel and have included research work and references on the early Dains family from other sources both on and off of the Internet. Information on the Eddy Family was extracted from the 1930 publication, "Eddy Family in America". I hope no one will be offended or upset by this decision. The information that I developed on my immediate line of the Daines family will be new to many and may result in some changes or re-evaluation of the Dains family genealogy by other researchers.


PREFACE

In October 1985, at the celebration of their 50th wedding anniversary, my parents, Guy V. and Anna M. Daines, gave my sister and me a copy of The Daines and Botts Family Genealogy as they understood it at that time. My father knew the name of his grandfather, Andrew Donley Daines, and grandmother, Eliza Ann Wilson, from his father Guy Logan Daines. My grandfather also had Andrew Donley Daines’ Civil War Discharge and war record, along with old pages of the Daines family bible, which had belonged to Eliza Ann Daines, all of which verified the names of my great grandfather and grandmother. The "Daines Family Tree", given to my sister and me in 1985 started with Asa Dains as the first known descendant. Abial Dains, the son of Asa Dains, was shown as the father of Andrew Donley Daines. Also listed were Andrew’s siblings, Alson, Alles (Alice), James D. and a half brother, Will Dains/Dean.

 

I accepted this without question until the death of my father, Guy V. Daines, in August 1997. At that time, I obtained the background information used by my father to develop his version of the Daines family genealogy. I found that it was primarily based on information contained in a series of letters that he had exchanged with a Roy F. Dains in Fair Oaks, California during a six year period from 1978 to 1984, and on family papers and other information about his grandfather, Andrew Donley Daines. However, the most significant information from Roy F. Dains related to his research of the Dains family genealogy. He made my father aware of a newspaper clipping found in the family bible of Samuel Dains, son of Calvin P. Dains, that told of the death of Alson Dains who was born near Sumner, Ohio and who at the time of his death, lived in Gilmer, Texas. The relatives listed in the newspaper clipping included a twin sister, Mrs. Emory Altman (Alice Dains) of Minersville, Ohio, a brother, Reverend James D. Dains of Gilmer, a brother Donley Dean (Andrew Donley Dains) of Middleport, Meigs County, Ohio, and a half brother, Will Deans (William Dains) of Kerrs Run. Also in the same letter from Roy F. Dains was a statement that Abial Dains had twin children, born in 1846, named Alles and Alson.

Based on this information my father developed the Daines family tree shown below:

    1. Asa Dains and (wife unknown)
    2. Abial Dains and (wife unknown)
    3. Andrew Donley Daines and Eliza A Wilson
    4. Guy Logan Daines and Barbara Bihl
    5. Guy Victor Daines and Anna M. Botts
    6. Guy Edwin Daines and Penelope L. Ebert
    7. Guy Houston Daines

 

INTRODUCTION

 

 

History tells us that during the reign of Charles Stuart of England, there was a great exodus of immigrants to America. Many of these immigrants left because of religious persecution, others to throw off the yoke of serfdom and become free men. In the view of most researchers, Abraham Dains (Daynes), our forefather, was either born here in America or in England. The debate will continue until factual information establishes the name of his parents and the location of birth. With this in mind, I feel it is appropriate to include in this introduction the history of our name both here in early America and in England, since it appears most researchers feel that is the home of our forefathers.

The following information on the name "Dains" is taken from the "Descendants of Abraham Dains", by Robert Dean.

    1. The index to the published "Vital Records of Norwich, CT 1659-1849" lists Dean, Deane, Deans, Deens, Dayns, Daynes, Dains, Daines as all being derived from the same family.

       

    2. The Bardsley’s "Dictionary of English and Welsh Surnames", gives Dain, Dains, Daines, Deen, Dean, Deane as derivates from "AT THE DENE".

       

    3. "Early New England People Profile" by Titcomb states, "The name of Den, or Dene, which is the ancient way of spelling what is now written Deane, makes its appearance in England soon after the introduction of surnames. It was apparently derived from the Saxon word den, or dene, a valley. From different modes of spelling the word dene or den, have arisen two surnames, which at the present time are entirely distinct, viz., Deane and Denne". In the reign of Elizabeth, the letter "a" was introduced into the name so that Dene became Deane. There are in England four distinct families of Deanes, from which all others are offshoots. "The first person of the name of whom we have any record, was Robert de Den or de Dene, who was Butler or Sewer to Edward the Confessor. He held Estates in Normandy, as well as England, and may have been one of the Norman favorites, which this monarch called around him. From Edward the Confessor, Robert de Den may have received estates in England of sufficiently greater importance than his Norman heritage, to induce him to assume their appellation. Confirmatory of this conjecture, it may be remarked that this family was not deprived of their estates at the Conquest". Another person of the name, early met with, is Sir William of Dene, who was, at the time of the Conquest, owner of Throwly in Kent, the seat of an ancient "Priory of Priors Aliens", suppressed in 1415. "There were many distinguished knights by the name Dene, who, though it is impossible to identify them with any individual family, are fixed to counties by the valuable Roll of Knights, in the eighth year of the reign of Edward II.

       

    4. Our Ancestors" by Frances M. Smith indicates that "Dene of Dene in the forest of Dene" and "Dene of Deneland" are family designations centuries old. The Denes ride themselves upon their Saxon descent, and accordingly, the prefix "at" is frequently used in conjunction with the name, in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. De Dene, de Dyne, and de Deyne are also found in the records up to the reign of Henry VIII. Den or dene is the Saxon word for valley, a word still in use. Robert de Den (or de Dene) was "pincerna," or Butler to Edward the Confessor. Ralph de la Dene, Hampshire, was living at the end of the twelfth century. Five of the family had the honor of knighthood during the reign of Edward I and are named in the "Roll of Knights" in that era. Henry Dene was Lord Chancellor under Henry VII, Sir Richard Deane was Mayor of London at the end of the seventeenth century, and Sir Anthony Deane was high in naval affairs. At Springfield Castle, in Ireland, may be seen portraits of Moses Deane and his wife, dressed in the style of Covenanters. They were the parents of Matthew Deane who purchased large estates in Ireland...and given a baronetage by the Queen."

       

    5. Coat of Arms ascribed to the family founded by Richard de Dene, time of Edward III, is blazoned; Gules, a lion, couchant, guardant, or on a chief argent, three crescents of the field. Crest: a demi-lion rampant, or in his dexter paw a crescent gules. Motto: Forti et fideli nihil difficile. This motto is also used by Baron Muskerry of Deane of Ireland. He, however, has different arms, with angels winged and bearing palm branches for supporters. There are a number of coats of arms belonging to different branches of the family blazoned for the name spelled Dean, Deane, and Deans.

       

      As one can see the name Daines and Dains has many variations, even within the same family. Unfortunately, it appears the individual with the most influence on the spelling of a name was the early census taker here in America. "Alice" became "Alles" and "Dains" became "Deen or Dean". At the same time within our immediate family, I found members were using Dains, Daines, Dean, and De Daines. This makes it extremely difficult in tracking family members a hundred years after their death. However, we are fortunate that genealogy researchers have devoted time to sorting out this name puzzle, which helps us all in better understanding our heritage.

       

      PART ONE
       

      THE SEARCH FOR THE PARENTS OF ANDREW DONLEY DAINES

      In 1998, I retired from work and finally had the time to review and verify the information gathered by my father and to begin the process of locating birth certificates, marriage certificates, death certificates and gravesites of my descendants. I also hoped to gain more information on family lore that my grandfather had passed on to family members prior to his death in 1968. Specifically I hoped to find information on the following family lore:

    6. At one time the family name was "De Daines".

       

    7. Andrew Donley Daines ran away from home and joined the confederacy but was found to be underage so he returned home and joined the 7th Ohio Volunteer Cavalry after changing the spelling of his last name.

       

    8. The Dains family descendants came to America on the Mayflower.

       

    9. A sword given to my father by my grandfather that had the name Guy Dains engraved on the blade was spelled wrong.

       

    10. Eliza Ann Daines, carrying a can of kerosene, took my grandfather, as a young child, to burn someone’s house down.

       

      In contemplating how to begin my project, I determined the first step was to gather available information on the Internet regarding the Daines family genealogy. This effort produced a great deal of information that was very informative, but also confusing. The information was confusing because I could not locate Andrew Donley Daines in any of the Daines or Dains research records and especially those related to Asa and Abial Dains. The most rewarding aspect of searching the Internet was the discovery and contact with many new "cousins" from all over the United States who offered to help with my project by providing their research work on the Dains family. The first contact was with Katherine Colburn from Columbus, Ohio, who provided me with her list of the descendants of Abraham Dains. Others also providing information on the Dains family were Audrey Moran, Robert (Bob) Dean and Roger Dean.

       

      After reviewing much of the new information it became apparent that my father had assumed that Abial Dains was Andrew’s father because Alson and Alles (Alice) were listed as relatives in the newspaper clipping concerning the death of Alson and the same letter also said Abial Dains had twin children named Alson and Alles born in 1846. It is obvious that this connection was also made by other researchers because the 1850 Ohio census shows Alson and Alles, age 4, residing with Abial and Rebecca Dains. In retrospect, I wonder if any one considered the possibility that Alson and Alles were grandchildren rather than children, especially when considering the ages of Abial and Rebecca in 1850 and also the custom, at that time, of family members living with uncles, aunts and grandparents. Further complicating my efforts was the fact there were several other Andrew Dains’ in and around Meigs County, Ohio in the 1800’s and that researchers had different information regarding the Dains family tree. I quickly learned that genealogy research is like conducting an investigation in that you develop and follow leads hoping to find the right information. Often these leads go nowhere, but sometimes they are instrumental in leading you to the correct information or, at the least, developing a new lead.

       

      The first important lead concerning the parents of Andrew Donley Daines came in January 2000. Brad Behrens, while reviewing census records at the National Archives, found Andrew and Eliza Dains in Clifton, West Virginia in 1870 and 1880 and Eliza in Columbus, Ohio without Andrew, in 1900, 1910 and 1920. More importantly, he found Andrew, age 16, living with the family of Nelson and Charlotte Dains in Salisbury Township, Meigs County, Ohio in the 1860 census. It could not be determined if Andrew was with the family in the 1850 census. It appears that the census taker may have ruled a new line through the entry for Samaria, the daughter of Nelson and Charlotte Dains, in order to split the line to add Andrew. I agree with Roger Dean that the copy is poor and illegible; however, the possibility exists that it could be a notation to add Andrew as there appears to be some writing above the ruled line or it might also be a film splice. Brad wondered if Andrew could be related to Nelson Dains and also asked if anyone was familiar with the family. During a trip to Columbus, Ohio in the spring of 2001 to find and photograph the tombstones of Andrew and Eliza Daines, I also visited the Franklin County, Ohio Genealogy Society. In a reference book on Ohio marriages, I discovered that a Nelson Dains married Catherine Johnson on March 29, 1843 and a Nelson Dain (Dains) married a Charlotte Gilleland on April 28, 1849. I also found in burial records that Catherine, wife of Nelson Dains, died on March 4, 1847 and was buried in Keebaugh Cemetery in Orange Township, Meigs County, Ohio along with Asa and Jane Dains, Abial and Rebecca Dains and the wife of Emory Altman, Alice Altman (Dains). In view of this information, I felt there could be a definite link between Andrew Donley Daines, Nelson Dains, and Asa and Abial Dains. The possibility existed that Andrew, along with his brothers and sister, were the children of Nelson’s first marriage to Catherine Johnson and Will, the half brother, a child of Nelson’s second marriage to Charlotte Gilleland. I should also note that Audrey Moran’s research listed Nelson Dains as a son of Abial Dains, but had no information as to birth, marriage or death.

       

      During this same period, at the suggestion of Bob Dean, I requested and received from the National Archives the complete Civil War pension and military records of Andrew D. Daines. There was no information regarding the parents of Andrew, however, I did discover that he abandoned his family and moved into a boarding house with a Melissa Gerry in December 1892. The pension records indicated Andrew was separated from Eliza and the children until his death in Spilman, West Virginia on December 18, 1910. The records also contained a deposition by Eliza Daines that to a degree validates the information contained in the newspaper clipping found in the bible of Samuel Dains concerning the death of Alson Daines. Eliza stated that at the time of the deposition, on March 29, 1911, Andrew’s only living relations were a half brother by the name William Daines living on the Bedford Road and a brother Jimmy somewhere in Texas, who never came back after the war. It also appeared from the depositions contained in the pension file that he normally went by Donley rather than his given name, Andrew.

       

      While sorting out all of this information with my sister and discussing the possibility of Nelson Dains being the father or even an uncle of Andrew, we decided to verify the Daines family link to the Eddy family through our great grandmother, Eliza Ann Wilson. Thomas A. Eddy, the President of the Eddy Family Association, not only verified the relationship through our great great great grandmother, Laodicea Eddy, but also provided the association’s records as contained in the 1930 publication "Eddy Family in America", which lists Nelson and Catherine Dains as the parents of Donley (Andrew) Dains. After receiving this unexpected information, I asked my uncle, Roy W Daines, the present patriarch of the family, if he had ever heard of Nelson Dains or ever heard his father mention the name of his grandfather or grandmother. My uncle stated at no time did his father ever talk about his grandparents or mention their names.

       

      With this information in hand, I began a search to verify the other siblings mentioned in the newspaper clipping. Subsequently, I found the burial site of Alson Daines in Rosehill Cemetery in Texarkana, Texas. Alson had died on November 6, 1907 in Hubbard City, Texas. Again this research produced some more cousins that were the direct descendants of Alson Daines and his wife, Margaretta. Like our family, they thought that Abial was the father of Alson. Jeanne Daines, a newly found cousin, was aware that Alson had a twin sister and a brother that at one time lived in Texas, however, it was her understanding that he had moved back to Ohio. She was not aware that Alson had a brother Andrew Donley or a half brother, William Daines. She was aware that the family originally came from Meigs County, Ohio.

       

      I was able to find very little information on Alson’s twin sister Alice. She married Emery (Emory) Altman August 8, 1869 in Meigs County, Ohio. The 1880 Ohio census shows Emery and Alice Altman in the same household; however in the 1900 census Emory Altman, age 54, is living alone. In reviewing other information, I feel Alice’s husband’s first name was Emory and not Emery since Andrew and Eliza named a child Joseph Emory Dains. The assumption is that Alice died prior to the 1900 census. We know that Eliza did not name Alice as one of Andrew’s living relatives in 1911. I have not been able to locate a death certificate for Alice. The Meigs County Historical Society checked for Alice Altman and Alice Dains from 1867 to 1908 with no success. In my opinion the Alice Altman, wife of Emory, who died on May 5, 1898, and was buried in Keebaugh Cemetery in Meigs County, is in all probability, Alice Daines.

       

      In reviewing census records for William Dains, I found nothing until 1880 when William, age 19, was shown residing in the household of his mother, Charlotte Dains. I later wrote for and received a copy of William A. Daines’ death certificate from the State of Ohio. William died on January 1, 1929 and his parents are recorded on the death certificate as Nelson Daines and Charlotte Gilleland. William Daines was, in fact, the half brother of Andrew, James, Alson and Alice and a child of Nelson’s second marriage to Charlotte Gilleland.

       

      The final piece of information that tied everything together came as I searched for a Reverend James D. Daines in Texas. I had found a James D. Daines that had served with the 6th US Cavalry and established the regiment had been sent to the Texas frontier shortly after the end of the Civil War. It appeared that this could have been how James ended up in Texas after the Civil War and never returned to Ohio. A request to the National Archives for the pension files of James D. Daines was returned indicating they were unable to locate the requested records. Fortunately, Roger Dean forwarded a packet of information from his research that proved to be the final link to our Dains family tree. It included a signed affidavit by James D. Daines on March 1, 1915, in which he submitted the following Statement of Facts to the Commission of Pensions in Washington D.C.

       

    11. His father’s name was Nelson Dains, son of Boyle (Bial or Abial) Dains, veteran of the War of 1812.

       

    12. His mother’s name was Catherine Johnston (Johnson).

       

    13. He had an older brother named Donley (Andrew) Daines, a twin brother and sister, younger than he, named Alson and Alice.

       

    14. His mother died when he was 20 months old and the twin brother and sister were 2 weeks old. Note: Based on his birth date the mother died when he was about 23 months old and the twins were over 4 months old. The discrepancy could be due to his age and health at the time of the affidavit.

       

    15. His home was broken up after the death of his mother and he and the twins (Alson and Alice) were taken by their grandmother, Rebecca Dains (wife of Abial) to her home. Note: Alles (Alice) and Alson, age 4, are recorded in the household of their grandparents, Abial and Rebecca Dains in the 1850 Ohio census.

       

    16. He remained with his grandparents until age three when he went to live with John Johnston (Johnson), his mother’s brother. Note: A James Deen, age 5, is recorded living in the household of John Johnson in the 1850 Ohio census.

 

The pension files also stated that James was a Minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church, which accounts for the use of Reverend with his name.

 

The information outlined here, along with the supporting documentation consisting of census records, pension records, publications, death certificates, bible records and other legal documents have finally allowed me to establish that our great great grandfather and grandmother are, in fact, Nelson Dains, son of Abial and Rebecca Dains, and Catherine Johnson. It is also interesting that the newspaper clipping found in the family bible of Samuel Dains, a cousin of Nelson’s family, was true in regard to the naming of the relatives.

 

In addition, it is appropriate to discuss those items that I have not found in my research. I still do not have an answer for why Alson’s twin sister, Mrs. Emory Altman (Alice), was included as a living relative in the newspaper clipping concerning the death of Alson Daines in 1907, if she died in 1898. The locations of the burial sites of Andrew D. Daines and his father, Nelson Dains, have not been located. Roger Dean feels that Andrew is buried in Adamsville Cemetery in Mason County, West Virginia or in Adams Cemetery in Chester Township, Meigs County, Ohio. He thinks that Nelson is buried in the Gilleland Cemetery in Bedford Township, Meigs County, Ohio.

 

As to the family lore that had been passed on for generations, I found the following during my research.

 

    1. In reviewing information gathered from various sources, I found the "de" used before the surname in several places. Robert Dean’s references, "Vital Records of Norwich, CT 1659-1849" which list the name Dean, Deane, Deans, Deens, Dayns, Daynes, Dains, and Daines as all being derived from the same family. He also referenced Bardsley’s "Dictionary of English and Welsh Surnames", which gives Dain, Dains, Daines, Deen, Dean, and Deane as derivates from "AT THE DENE". It is further stated the prefix "at" was frequently used with the name in the 13th and 14th Century. De Dene, de Dyne, and de Dyne are found in the records up to the reign of Henry VIII. Robert de Den (or De Dene) was a Butler to Edward the Confessor. As you can see the possibility exists that if these are English relatives, then "de" was used in the name at one time. More recently, James D. Daines went by the name James De Daines for many years. His Marriage License dated June 13, 1871 has the name James De Daines. A witness statement on June 6, 1919 certified that on enlistment in the Civil War someone entered his name as James De Daines, spelling the D as a word and not an initial. When the error was pointed out he was told to sign that way to save a lot of trouble. However, I believe this actually took place when he enlisted in the 6th U.S. Cavalry since he already had an alias, James Dean, based on his Civil War enlistment. James continued to use De Daines until he applied for a pension for his military service. This is a little confusing and difficult to determine when the name changes actually occurred from reviewing the statements in his file. However, it is my opinion that the family lore about the name being De Daines can probably be attributed to James and his use of the name and not the ancient use in England.

       

    2. Andrew Donley Daines enlisted in Company K, 7th Regiment of Ohio Volunteer Cavalry on September 12, 1862 and was discharged on July 3, 1865. The military records obtained from the National Archives include the spelling of the name as Dains and Daines; however, the spelling used on his discharge was Daines. This is significant in that later, when applying for a pension, he used the same spelling as on the discharge. It appears that in other matters the family continued to use the Dains spelling, as I found a letter to Eliza from the Commission of Pensions that questions her using the spelling Dains while the pensioner uses the spelling Daines on their documents. The issue was resolved by Eliza on November 13, 1900, when her affidavit in Franklin County, Ohio stated, "the usual spelling of the surname is Dains but during enlistment the name was written Daines and the soldier adopted the spelling. Therefore, affiant will adopt the same spelling as the pensioner". However, I found evidence that the name was spelled both ways until the 1920’s. My father’s grade school records in my possession have both Dains and Daines as his surname. My research found no evidence that Andrew ran away from home to join the confederate forces. Although possible, I question this scenario because both brothers, Alson and James, joined and fought with Ohio volunteer military units. My feeling is that the Dains family’s loyalty was with the Union.

       

    3. In trying to determine validity of the family lore that links the Daines’ to the pilgrims that came to this country on the Mayflower in 1620, I had to research the Daines connection to the Eddy family through our great grandmother Eliza A. Wilson, the wife of Andrew Donley Daines. Laodicea Eddy, the daughter of Nathan Eddy married John Barton and their daughter Hannah S. Barton married William Wilson who became the parents of Eliza A. Wilson. Therefore, Laodicea Eddy is our great great great grandmother. Her great great grandfather, Samuel Eddy, arrived in Plymouth Harbor aboard the ship "Handmaid" on October 29, 1630. The fact is that they did not come to America on the Mayflower, however, I did find that Samuel Eddy’s great grandson, Samuel, married Lydia Alden, the great granddaughter of John Alden who did arrive in this country on the Mayflower in 1620. Since Samuel Eddy and Lydia Alden are our great great great great great great great grandparents, the members of our immediate Daines family are eligible to join the Mayflower Society. The family is also eligible to be members of the Eddy Family Association. All of the information concerning the Eddy family can be substantiated in the 1930 publication, "Eddy Family in America".

       

    4. I found that the sword, engraved with the name "Guy Dains", belonging to my grandfather, Guy Logan Daines, and given to me prior to my fathers death, was not misspelled but used the original spelling of the family name.

       

    5. After finding that my great grandfather Andrew Donley Daines had abandoned his wife and family to move into a boarding house with another woman, the story of Eliza taking my grandfather with her to burn down someone’s house is probably true. It is not out of the realm of possibility that she was on the way to burn down the boarding house to punish Andrew. My grandfather never said if she actually burned anything down.

 

This endeavor also established that our line of the Daines family should also be eligible to join the Sons of the American Revolution and Daughters of the American Revolution because of the already verified service of Asa Dains, the father of Abial Dains and Ebenezer "Zerry" Dains and Nathan Eddy, on the Eddy side of the family.

 

Along with this written description of my trials and tribulations in finding my great great grandparents in Part One, is the immediate family descendancy from Abraham Dains (Daynes) and on my great grandmother’s side from William Eddye. We should be very proud that our forefathers were a part of the early settlement of this country in the 1600’s. Although no one has substantiated the parents of Abraham Dains, we at least now know the genealogy of the Dains/Daines family in America. The genealogy is arranged with my paternal family as Part Two, followed by the genealogy of my great grandmother, Eliza A. Wilson’s lineage to the Eddy family in Part Three. The information in Part Three relating to the Eddy Family was taken from the 1930 publication, "The Eddy Family in America". The numbering system used for our descendents from the Eddy family is taken directly from that book. I have updated the information related to Eliza Ann Wilson and her brothers and sisters and added the descendents of the Daines side of the family. In the future, I also hope to add Part Four, the genealogy of my maternal family, Botts.

 

It is hoped that this history of our immediate family will allow our children and their children to learn more about the ancestors that came before them. This should only be considered a starting point and not the end. It will be our future generations’ task to carry on this heritage and continue recording the history of the Daines family.

 

PART TWO

 

 

THE DESCENDANTS OF ABRAHAM DAINS

 

 

FIRST GENERATION

 

 

ABRAHAM2 DAINS (UNKNOWN1) was born about 1640 in North Yarmouth, near Casco, Maine or possibly Devonshire, England and died before January 1690/91 in Norwich, New London County, CT. He married SARAH PEAKE December 27, 1671 in Windham County, CT or in New London County, CT, daughter of William and Elizabeth Peake. She was born 1651 in Norwich, New London County, CT, and died in Lynne, CT.

 

Notes for ABRAHAM DAINS: (Bob Dean)

Due to limited education and poor writing skills during these early times, the name Dains was spelled various ways. Some records such as ship passenger lists and census reports have recorded the name as Dain, Daynes, Deens, Deenes, Deans, Deanes ...but church records and others such as land deeds and entitlements confirm the accurate version to be Dains. The present-day version, Dean, first appears about 1750.

 

LDS Church records indicate Abraham Dains probably was born in Devonshire, England and arrived at Casco, Maine (now Portland) probably in the autumn of 1663. Casco was a small seaport village in the 1660's and was constantly subjected to night raids by the Indians who burned cabins, killed and scalped the men, carrying off the women and children into captivity. Abraham, finding the Maine winter and living conditions too rough, apparently moved during the following spring to New London, CT. According to Savage, Abraham arrived at New London from Casco" in 1664. A further reference indicates court orders were published in that year prohibiting the use of "cardes and shuffleboards," and warning the inhabitants "not to entertain strange young men." Transient residents who were not grantees and householders, were the persons affected by this order and it aroused them to the necessity of applying for permission to remain. Among the roll of petitioners we find the name of Abraham Dains. "All other sojourners not mentioned carrying themselves well were allowed to live in the towne, else lyable upon warning to begone". It would seem Abraham Dains was a newcomer to the town. A letter from the Connecticut State Library at Hartford states that Abraham DAYNES of New London, 1664, "is supposed to have come from Casco, Maine".

 

As stated earlier, the parents and birth place of our ancestor Abraham Daines has not been established, so I feel it is also appropriate to mention other possibilities that are being explored by researchers. A letter sent to Bob Dean from a Tracy Burr discusses her looking at a possible link to Ireland. She states "Started looking at Colonel Richard Deane (1610-1653) who served with Cromwell, was one of the Regicides who signed the Death Warrant of King Charles I, awarded estate in Ireland by Cromwell. He became Admiral of the Navy, was killed by a cannon ball at the Battle of Forsland against the Dutch". She indicates it had always puzzled her that the name Abraham is so biblical, yet in searching the Daines/Dean records she could not find a similar pattern. In Ireland she found the name Moses, Matthew and Joseph, to include a Major Abraham Deane. Although she has not been able to make the connection it still appears to be a theory worth pursuing. This would still maintain the English ancestry but change the location of where the Dains immigration to America began.

 

It was at New London that Abraham met Sara Peake whom he married on December 27, 1671. Sara had come to New London with her father, William Peake and her two brothers, William Jr., and John in 1620.William Peake's residence in New London was west of the town plot on the path leading to Fog-Plain. The marriage of his daughter Sarah to Abraham Daynes is recorded in New London, as are the births of some of their children. Deane’s "A Family Tree In America", states that the first seven years after their marriage, Abraham and Sara remained at New London where three of their seven children were born. In about 1678, Abraham moved his family twelve miles north to Norwich where he remained until his death". The next several generations of the family seem to have lived in the region of the towns of Norwich, Canterbury, Plainfield and Washington in the counties of New London and Windham, Connecticut. "Abraham Dains died before 1691, for his widow Sarah married Micah Rood, January 15, 1691".

 

References:

Calkins History of New London, Connecticut.
Norwich, Connecticut, Vital Records, Vo. 1, p.29.
Canterbury, Connecticut, Vital Records.
Mather's Refugees from Long Island to Connecticut, p.321.
Deane’s Report, "A Family Tree In America".
Dean’s Report, "Descendants of Abraham Dains".
Ahnentafel Report, "The Peake Family in England".
Letter from Dorothy Burr to Bob Dean.

 

Children of ABRAHAM DAINS and SARAH PEAKE are:

1. JOHANNA DAINS, b. February 2, 1671, New London County, CT; m. Daniel Palmeter, April 30 1696 in Stonington, New London County, CT, d. before 1743, Stonington, New London County, CT.
2. JOHN DAINS, b. February 16, 1673/74, New London County, CT; d. May 14, 1751, Long Island, NY.
3. THOMAS DAINS, b. July 16, 1677, New London County, CT; d. October1, 1739, Coventry, CT.
4. EBENEZER DAINS, b. October 27, 1680, Norwich, New London County, Ct; d. May 22, 1753, Canterbury, Windham County, CT.
5. SARAH DAINS, b. January 19, 1683, Norwich, New London County, CT.

6. EPHRAIM DAINS, b. January 15, 1686, Norwich, New London County, CT; d. about March 17, 1757, Norwich, New London, CT.

 

SECOND GENERATION

EBENEZER DAINS (ABRAHAM2, UNKNOWN1) was born October 27, 1680 in Norwich, New London County, CT, and died May 22, 1753 in Canterbury, Windham County, CT. He married MERCY LUDDINGTON March 17, 1706/07 in Canterbury, Windham County, CT, daughter of WILLIAM LUDDINGTON and MARTHA WHITEHEAD. She was born May 31, 1691 in East Haven, CT, and died May 1, 1773 in Canterbury, Windham County, CT.

Notes for EBENEZER DAINS: (Guy E Daines)

Ebenezer and Mercy were living at New Haven, CT on May 2, 1739 when they sold land from their father’s estate. On October 11, 1744 they were living in Scotland, Windham County, CT, when they sold more land. In 1767 he was one of the eastern inhabitants of Canterbury, and voted for a division of Canterbury and Windham. Ebenezer was a member of the church at Hampton, CT, December 28, 1729.

References:

Norwich Vital Records, Vols. I and II.
New Haven Land Records, Vol. II, p.59, Vol. XII, p. 297.
Letter from Frank Burnett Dains to Mr. Patrick History of Windham County, Ct., by Larned, p.42.

Some Descendants of Abraham Dains and Sara Peake, compiled by Sabria Lamb.

 


Children of EBENEZER DAINS and MERCY LUDDINGTON are:

1. BENAJAH DAINS, b. September 7, 1708, Norwich, New London County, CT; d. July 1762, Canterbury, CT.
2. ELENOR DAINS, b. February 4, 1709/10, Norwich, New London County, CT; d. 1789, Brookfield, VT.
3. EBENEZER DAINS, b. April 9, 1712, Norwich, New London County, CT; d. July 2, 1787, Canterbury, Windham County, Conn.
4. ABIGAIL DAINS, b. March 27, 1715, Norwich, New London County County, CT; d. September 30, 1772, Windham County, CT.
5. ELIZABETH DAINS, b. August 20, 1717, Norwich, New London County, CT.
6. ZERVIAH DAINS, b. March 31, 1721, Norwich, New London County, CT; d. June 2, 1756, Canterbury, New London, CT.
7. HANNAH DAINS, b. August 9, 1722, Norwich, New London County, CT. d. February 18, 1745/46, Scotland, CT, buried in Windham County, CT.
8. JOHN DAINS, b. June 21, 1724, Canterbury, Windham County, CT; d. WFT Est. 1761-1815.

 

THIRD GENERATION

EBENEZER4 DAINS (EBENEZER3, ABRAHAM2, UNKNOWN1) was born April 9, 1712 in Norwich, New London County, CT. and died July 2, 1787 in Canterbury, Windham County, CT. He married DEBORAH MUNROE (MUNRO) November 9, 1738 in Canterbury, Windham County, CT, daughter of DAVID MUNROE and DEBORAH HOWE. She was born January 12, 1711/12 in Canterbury, Windham County, CT, and probably died in OH.

Notes for Ebenezer Dains: (Guy Edwin Daines)

Ebenezer and Deborah Dains were admitted to the Canterbury Church in 1745 but must have moved elsewhere and returned, as the Canterbury Church records their membership again " from another church, April 6, 1760". Ebenezer served his country during the Revolutionary War in a non-military capacity according to the Non-Military Service in the Revolutionary War for Canterbury, CT.

Reference:

Roster of Revolutionary Ancestors, DAR

Notes for DEBORAH MUNROE (MUNRO): (Bob Dean)

Sister of Mary Munroe, who married Benajah Dains, March 23, 1733 at the 1st Congregational Church.


Children of EBENEZER DAINS and DEBORAH (MUNRO) are:

1. EBENEZER "ZERRY" DAINS, b. September 4, 1739, Canterbury, Windham County, CT; d. about 1785, Canterbury, Windham County, CT.
2. JOSIAH DAINS, b. March 21, 1741, Canterbury, Windham County CT; d. before 1787, Canterbury, Windham County, CT.
3. DEBORA DAINS, b. April 17, 1745, Canterbury, Windham County, CT. d. February 16, 1818, Great Bend, PA, m. NATHANIEL GATES, February 22, 1760; b. 1743.
4. HANNAH DAINS, b. September 09, 1748, Canterbury, Windham County, CT; d. WFT Est. 1777-1842; m. HENRY DE WITT, November 1772; b. 1744.

 

FOURTH GENERATION

EBENEZER "ZERRY"5 DAINS (EBENEZER4, EBENEZER3, ABRAHAM2, UNKNOWN1) was born September 4, 1739 in Canterbury, Windham County, CT, and died about 1785 in Canterbury, Windham County, CT. He married MARY (MOLLY) DURFFEY November 14, 1763 in Canterbury, Windham County, CT. daughter of JOHN DURFFEY and MERCY FOSTER. She was born 1741 in Lisbon, CT, and died after 1790 in Royalton, VT.

Notes for EBENEZER "ZERRY" DAINS: (Bob Dean and Guy Edwin Daines)

Ebenezer Dains enlisted July 11, 1775 in the 7th Company, commanded by Capt. Daniel Lyon of Woodstock, 1st Lt. Elija Sharp of Coventry, 2nd Lt. Joseph Burgess of Canterbury and Ensign John Sumner which was part of the Huntington’s 8th Regiment raised by order of the Assembly at the July session, 1775, and recruited in New London, Hartford, and Windham Counties. The 8th Huntington was later federalized as the 1st Connecticut Regiment. Ebenezer served as a Sergeant prior to his expiration of his enlistment.

References:

Meigs County, History, Vol. I. Personal records of Katherine Colburn.
Personal records of Linda Whalen Goda.
Records compiled by Judith Leona Dains.
Roster of Revolutionary Ancestors, DAR.


Children of EBENEZER DAINS and MARY DURFFEY are:

1. ASA DAINS, b. June 7, 1764, Canterbury, Windham County, CT; d. May 4, 1843, Meigs County, OH.
2. CHLOE DAINS, b. November 11, 1767, d. WFT Est. 1781-1874; m. JOHN WILSON, December 17, 1789; b. about 1765.
3. LUCY DAINS, b. October 15, 1775, Canterbury, Windham County, CT.
4. LAVINA DAINS, b. March 5, 1777, Canterbury, Windham County, CT; d. after 1823, Townshead, VT.
5. JOHN DAINS, b. July 5, 1779, Canterbury, Windham County, CT.
6. LYDIA DAINS, b. July 22, 1782, Canterbury, Windham County, CT; d. after 1813, Canada.
7. JARED DAINS, b. June 19, 1785, Canterbury, Windham County, CT.

 

FIFTH GENERATION

ASA6 DAINS (EBENEZER "ZERRY"5, EBENEZER4, EBENEZER3, ABRAHAM2, UNKNOWN1) was born June 7, 1764 in Canterbury, Windham County, CT, and died May 4, 1843 in Meigs County, OH. He married JANE KASSON, April 1, 1785 in Canterbury, Windham County, CT, daughter of SAMUEL KASSON and ELEANOR DIXON. She was born June 18, 1766 in Voluntown, New London County, CT, and died September 29, 1852 in Meigs County, OH.

Notes for ASA DAINS: (Bob Dean)

Soldier in Revolutionary war both as a militiaman and a regular, as well as a year aboard the privateerman "Oliver Cromwell." They came to Belpre, OH in 1793 and lived on "The Farm" - a frontier fortress, until 1795 when the Indians were supposedly vanquished from the territory. Asa was granted 100 acres "up Duck Creek" for bearing arms against the Indians. One of the first families to settle in Meigs and Athens Counties, OH. Some family members were known as DEAN and this change in name was carried on for many years. This brings to light that Asa Dains/Dean was one of the first two settlers in Orange Township, Meigs County, OH. He and Jess Halsey built their cabins on opposite sides of a creek in 1800, the middle branch of the Shade River. Asa was a carpenter and millwright, and the Dains family has since had a number of carpenters. Asa built the first sawmill on Middle Shade and the Pratts Fork Dains family came from Orange Township, not too far from Cherry Ridge and Hemlock Grove.

First served in the militia as a child of 14. He enlisted in August 1778 and served one month as a private in Captain Daniel Cady’s Company, Colonel Chapman’s Connecticut Regiment in General Sullivan's Expedition. Asa enlisted again in July 1779 and served three months as a private in Captain Joseph Ransford’s Connecticut Company. In September 1780 he enlisted aboard the "Oliver Cromwell" out of New London, serving aboard ship until the last of March or first of April 1781. In 1782 he was back for a short time at Fort Griswold (Groton) then, beginning in August, served an enlistment for a year in a company out of Canterbury under the command of his Uncle Captain Benjamin Durfee, serving most of that time in New London. Asa was discharged August 12, 1783, just before Yorktown (where his father was serving with the 1st Connecticut Regiment). Asa Dains is buried in Keebaugh Cemetery, Meigs County, OH.

Additional Notes Asa Dains: (Katherine Colburn)

"Asa was a skilled carpenter/builder and became a foreman charged with building a magnificent and opulent mansion for Harman Blennerhasset and his wife Margaret on the largest island in the Ohio River. The architect for the mansion was another New Englander, Colonel Joseph Barker. When completed, the mansion became the social and cultural center of the Northwest Territory, Western Virginia, Pennsylvania and Kentucky. The mansion has been restored in the past ten years, rebuilt to plans and specifications left by the builders. In it's time, the mansion was the largest and most opulent home in North America".

 

Notes for JANE KASSON: (Bob Dean)

Jane Kasson is buried with her husband Asa Dains in Keebaugh Cemetery, Meigs County, OH.

 

References:

Personal Records of Linda Whalen Goda.
Athens Messenger Newspaper, February 9,1956, "Early Meigs and Athens Residents Buried in Century Old Cemetery" by E. H. Harris.
Personal Notes from Katherine Colburn.
Meigs County, Ohio History, Vol. I, page 125.
 

Children of ASA DAINS and JANE KASSON are:

1. JEPTHA DAINS, b. December 10, 1785, probably Canterbury, Windham County, CT; d. December 2, 1869, Meigs County, OH.
2. NANCY DAINS, b. May 12, 1788, Royalton, VT; d. June 6, 1874, Meigs County, OH.
3. ABIAL DAINS, b. August 7, 1792, Royalton, VT; d. March 3, 1851, Meigs County, OH.
4. CALVIN PARCUS (PARKHURST) DAINS, b. December 16, 1792, North Royalton, VT; d. June 27, 1879, Pratts Fork, Athens County, OH.
5. DOLLY KASSON DAINS, b. March 16, 1795, Belpre, Washington County, OH; d. October 28, 1874, Meigs County, OH; m. PHILO SHUMWAY, October 1815.
6. KASSON DAINS, b. June 17, 1798, Belpre, Washington County, OH; d. August 18, 1845, Sugar Creek, Montgomery County, IN.
7. JANE DAINS, b. 1801, Meigs County, OH; d. 1824; m. JUNIA CASTLE, April 20, 1822.
8. LEONARD DAINS, b. October 20, 1808, Orange Twp., Meigs County, OH; d. June 2, 1866, Meigs County, OH.
 

 

SIXTH GENERATION

ABIAL7 DAINS (ASA6, EBENEZER "ZERRY"5, EBENEZER4, EBENEZER3, ABRAHAM2, UNKNOWN1) was born August 7, 1792 in Royalton, VT, and died March 3, 1851 in Meigs County, OH. He married REBECCA SHUMWAY December 24, 1815 in Gallia County, OH, daughter of JEREMIAH SHUMWAY and ABIGAIL LATIMORE. She was born July 6, 1797 in North East Town, Dutchess County, NY, and died August 14, 1886.

Notes for ABIAL DAINS: (Bob Dean and Guy E Daines)

Abial Dains served in Colonel R. Safford’s 2nd Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Militia during the War of 1812 in Jehiel Gregory’s Company, from August 9, 1812 to November 30, 1812 and Nehemiah Gregory’s Company, from December 1, 1812 to February 25, 1813. He received a military pension for his service (WC-16617). He is buried in Keebaugh Cemetery, Meigs County, OH

 

Notes for REBECCA SHUMWAY: (Bob Dean)

Rebecca Shumway moved to Meigs County, Ohio with her parents in 1809 from Dutchess County, New York. She is buried with her husband Abial Dains in Keebaugh Cemetery, Meigs County, OH.

 

References:

Certificate of Marriage, Beel Dains and Rebecca Shumway, December 24, 1815.
Sworn Statement, Certifying the Death of Abial Dains, by Philo Dean/Willard Halsey.
Meigs County Biographies, Personal History Section of Hardesty’s Historical and Geographical Encyclopedia, 1883.
Widow’s Brief, Service Pension War of 1812.

 


Children of ABIAL DAINS and REBECCA SHUMWAY are:

1. NELSON DAINS, b. July 26, 1821, Gallia, Gallia County, OH; d. July 7, 1862 in Meigs County, OH.
2. RUDOLPHUS DAINS, b. October 5, 1828, OH; d. July 11, 1859; m. ANAR QUIMBY; b. about 1830; d. September 05, 1858.
3. HARRIET DAINS, b. 1829, OH.
4. MARILLA DAINS, b. 1833, OH.
5. MARINDA DAINS, b. September 14, 1835, Chester, Meigs County, OH; m. Austin Hecox, January 15, 1856 in Orange Twp., Meigs County, OH.
6. HENRIETTA DAINS, b. about 1837, OH.
7. ALEPA (ALEXA) LEXEDA DAINS, b. 1839, OH.

 

 

SEVENTH GENERATION

NELSON8 DAINS (ABIAL7, ASA6, EBENEZER "ZERRY"5, EBENEZER4, EBENEZER3, ABRAHAM2, UNKNOWN1) was born July 26, 1821 in Gallia, Gallia Co., OH, and died July 7, 1862 in Pomeroy, OH. He married (1) CATHERINE JOHNSON, March 29, 1843 in Meigs County, OH. She died March 4, 1847. He married (2) CHARLOTTE GILLELAND, April 28, 1849. She was born April 1830 in Meigs County, OH and died May 1908 in Minersville, Meigs County, OH.

References:

"Eddy Family In America", page 797.
Civil War Pension File of James Dallas Daines.
Marriage License, James De Daines and Eugenia Slayton
Civil War Pension Files of Alson Daines
Personal Files of Jeanne Daines.
Certification of Death of A.E. Daines, by W.M. Stuckey and Doctor W. A. Wood.
Certificate of Death, William A. Daines.
Certificate of Death, James D. Daines.
Obituary, Mrs. Charlotte Dains, Telegraph Tribune, May 8,1908
 

Children of NELSON DAINS and CATHERINE JOHNSON are:

1. ANDREW DONLEY DAINES, b. September 27, 1843, Orange Twp., Meigs County, OH; d. December 18, 1910, in Spilman, Mason County, WV.
2. JAMES DALLAS DAINES, b. March 8, 1845, Hemlock Grove, Meigs County, OH; d. June 25, 1918, in Houston, TX; m. Margarett Eugenia Slayton, June 13, 1871, in Jefferson, Marion County, TX.
3. ALSON DAINES, b. October 16, 1846, Alford (Alfred), Meigs County, OH; d. November 6, 1907, Hubbard City TX.; m. Margaretta Clark, December 20,1880, in Meigs County, OH.
4. ALICE (ALLES) DAINES, b. October 16, 1846, Alford (Alfred), Meigs County, OH; d. May 5, 1898; m. Emory Altman, August 8, 1869.

Child of NELSON DAINS and CHARLOTTE GILLELAND is:

5. WILLIAM A. DAINS, b. September 30, 1861; d. January 1, 1929, in Pomeroy, Meigs County, OH.

 

Notes for James Dallas Daines: (Guy Edwin Daines)

James Dallas Daines was born March 8,1845 and his mother, Catherine Johnson, died on March 4, 1847. At that time, he and his twin brother and sister, Alson and Alice went to live with their grandparents, Abial and Rebecca Dains. He remained with his grandparents until age three when he went to live permanently with his mother’s brother, John Johnson. During the Civil War he enlisted at Camp Chase, Ohio in Company A, 27th, Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry on July 27, 1861 under the name James Dean. James Dallas was appointed Corporal on January 1, 1864 and Sergeant on April 1, 1865. He was discharged on July 11, 1865. He then enlisted in Company D, 6th U.S. Cavalry on July 27, 1865 and served on Texas frontier fighting Indians until he was discharged at Jacksboro, Texas on July 28, 1868. On June 13, 1871, James Dallas Daines was married by Rev. Robert P. Thompson to Eugenia Slayton in Jefferson, Marion County, TX. His marriage certificate has the name James De Daines that he used until applying for a military pension. It is my belief, from reviewing his pension file, that the name was changed to De Daines due to an error during his enlistment in the 6th U.S. Cavalry. James also had the alias James Dean from his Civil War enlistment records. There is evidence in census and marriage records in Texas that his children continued to use the name De Daines into the 1900s. He lived in Jefferson (1869 to1872), Lafayette (1873 to 1880), Gilmer (1880 to 1883), Sulphur Springs (1884 to 1893), Crockett (1894 to1914), and Houston (1914 until his death in 1918) Texas. James Dallas was also a Minister in the Methodist Episcopal Church. Prior to his death he received a pension from the government for his service in the Civil War (Certificate # 1022563). He is buried in Hollywood Cemetery in Houston, TX.

 

Notes for Alson Daines: (Guy Edwin Daines)

Alson Daines the twin brother of Alice (Alles) was born on October 16, 1846 in Alford (Alfred), Meigs County, Ohio and his mother Catherine died on March 4, 1847. Alson, Alice and James went to live with their grandparents Abial and Rebecca Daines. He lived with his grandmother until at least 1870 as shown by the 1870 Ohio Census. During the Civil War he enlisted on February 11, 1865 in Company K, 187th Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry. He was mustered out in Macon, GA. on January 20, 1866. After the war he was still living with his grandmother Rebecca in Orange Township, Meigs, County, Ohio in the 1870 census. Alson was married by Justice of the Peace, Joseph Strong, to Margaretta Clark in Salem Center, Meigs County, OH on December 20, 1880. In 1881 he moved to Gilmer, Upshur County, TX and his first child was born there on May 20, 1882. My assumption is that Alson moved to Gilmer, Upshur County, Texas because his brother, James Dallas was living there at the time. Alson later moved his family to Texarkana, Bowie County, TX. He received a pension from the government for his service in the Civil War (Certificate # 1061395). Alson died in Hubbard City, TX on November 6, 1907. He is buried in Rosehill Cemetery, Texarkana,Upshur County, TX.

 

Notes for Alice Daines: (Guy Edwin Daines)

Alice Daines was born on October 16, 1846 in Alford, Meigs County, Ohio and also lived with her grandparents after the death of her mother. She married Emory/Emery Altman on August 8, 1869 in Meigs County, Ohio. It is believed that Alice died on May 5, 1898 and is buried with other members of the Dains Family in Keebaugh Cemetery, Meigs County, Ohio.

 

Notes for William A. Daines: (Guy Edwin Daines)

William Daines was the half brother to Andrew, Alson, Alice and James from Nelson Dains’ second marriage to Charlotte Gilleland. In the 1880 Ohio census William, age 19, is living in the household of his mother, Charlotte Dains. His occupation is listed as blacksmith. Charlotte Dains, William’s mother, died at his home in Minersville, Meigs County, Ohio in early May 1908. William died on January 1, 1929 and is buried in Beech Grove Cemetery, Meigs County, Ohio.

 


EIGHTH GENERATION

ANDREW DONLEY9 DAINES (NELSON8 DAINS, ABIAL7, ASA6, EBENEZER "ZERRY"5, EBENEZER4, EBENEZER3, ABRAHAM2, UNKNOWN1) was born September 27, 1843 in Orange Twp., Meigs County, OH, and died December 18, 1910 in Spilman, WV. He married ELIZA ANN WILSON July 15, 1867 in Meigs Co., OH, daughter of William Wilson and Hannah S. Barton. She was born February 19, 1844 in Bedford Twp., Meigs County, OH, and died July 31, 1922 in Columbus, Franklin County, OH.

Notes for ANDREW DONLEY DAINES: (Guy Edwin Daines)

Served with K Company, 7th Regiment of the Ohio Cavalry during the Civil War. The name was originally always spelled "Dains", but on his discharge papers, appeared as "Daines." Family legend has it that the name was later spelled "Daines" to match that on the discharge papers, to expedite his wife Eliza receiving his service pension. A notarized document from the National Archives indicates the name officially went from Dains to Daines in November 1900 due to the spelling on his enlistment and pension records. Andrew's middle name was spelled four different ways in the documents from National Archives, but his signature used the spelling "Donley" and affidavits indicated he normally went by that name rather than Andrew. Prior to his death he received a pension from the government for his service in the Civil War (Certificate # 971858). He died at the home of Will Gosney in Spilman WV, on December 18, 1910 and believed to be buried in Adamsville Cemetery, Mason County, WV or Adams Cemetery, Meigs County, OH.

 

Notes for ELIZA ANN WILSON: (Guy Edwin Daines)

A deposition by Eliza on March 29, 1911 stated she and Andrew were raised in Bedford Township. Although abandoned by Andrew in1892, they were never divorced and she reared the children. Andrew and Eliza had eight children and not nine as shown by some researchers. Eliza is buried in Greenlawn Cemetery, Columbus, Franklin County, OH.

 

References:

Civil War Discharge of Andrew Donley Daines.
Civil War Certification Record of Andrew Donley Daines.
"Eddy Family in America", page 797.
Civil War Pension Files of Andrew Donley Daines.
Family Bible of Andrew and Eliza Daines.
Certificate of Death, Andrew Donley Daines.
Certificate of Death, Eliza A. Daines
Certificate of Marriage, Andrew Donley Daines and Eliza Wilson, Vol.4, page266, Meigs County, Ohio Probate Court.
 

Children of ANDREW DAINES and ELIZA WILSON are:

1. JOSEPH EMORY DAINES, b. 1883; d. August 22, 1883
2. CLARA A. DAINES, b. January 10, 1868; d. November 15,1901; m. James Gilchrist October 5, 1895
3. WILLIAM PERCY DAINES, b. May 18, 1871; d. unk.
4. HANNA ELIZABETH DAINES, b. October 25, 1873; d. unk; m. W. H. Lerner, July 30, 1892.
5. JAMES DALLAS DAINES, b. February 26, 1876; d. June 27, 1878.
6. DICEA AUGUSTA DAINES, b. April 18, 1878; d. unk; m. Walter Abruse, June 28,1899.
7. RUBY EDNA DAINES, b. August 25, 1880; d. unk; m. (1) George Hall, March 19, 1912, (2) Edward Bates.
8. GUY LOGAN DAINES, b. October 8, 1884; d. May 24, 1968.

NINTH GENERATION

GUY LOGAN10 DAINES (ANDREW DONLEY9, NELSON8 DAINS, ABIAL7, ASA6, EBENEZER "ZERRY"5, EBENEZER4, EBENEZER3, ABRAHAM2, UNKNOWN1) was born October 8, 1884 in Clifton, WV, and died May 24, 1968 in Speers Hospital, Dayton, Campbell County, KY. He married BARBARA BIHL, December 23, 1911 in Newport, Campbell County, KY, daughter of Joseph Bihl and Dorthea Lorenz. She was born December 8, 1891 in Newport, Campbell County, KY, and died December 10, 1977 at Lakeside Place Nursing Home in Highland Heights, Campbell County, KY.

Notes for Guy Logan Daines: (Guy Edwin Daines)

He was a graduate of Columbus South High School and played professional football with the Columbus Nationals in a league with the Canton Bulldogs and the Massillon Tigers. Columbus was undefeated for three years and the team picture is in the Historical Section of the Football Hall of Fame. Guy Logan played football under the name Dains. The league was the forerunner of the American Football Conference of the NFL. A teammate and close friend was Hank Gowdy, who later managed the Boston Braves of the National League in professional baseball. Prior to moving to Newport, Campbell County, KY he worked on the Hocking Valley Railroad. He later became the Director of Water Works for the City of Newport and retired from that position. Guy Logan is buried in St. Stephens Cemetery, Ft. Thomas, Campbell County, KY.

Notes for Barbara Bihl: (Guy Edwin Daines)

Barbara Bihl is buried next to her husband Guy Logan in St. Stephens Cemetery, Ft. Thomas, Campbell County, KY.

References:

Personal Notes of Guy V Daines.
Certificate of Death, Guy Logan Daines.
Certificate of Death, Barbara Daines

Children of GUY LOGAN DAINES and BARBARA BIHL are:

    1. GUY VICTOR DAINES, b. December 14, 1912, Newport, Campbell County, KY; d. August 31, 1997, Newport, Campbell County, KY.
    2. ROY W. DAINES, b. October 21, 1917 in Newport, Campbell County KY, d. June 18, 2005 at St. Luke Hospital East, Ft. Thomas, Campbell County, KY, m. Dorothy Dorgan, daughter of Louis Dorgan and Della Francis Bachman, in Newport, Campbell County, KY, December 30, 1944. She died July 13, 2006 at St. Elizabeth Hospital South, Kenton County, KY. Roy and Dorothy Daines are buried in St. Stephens Cemetery, Ft. Thomas, Campbell County, KY.

 

Notes for Roy W Daines: (Guy Edwin Daines)

Roy W. Daines was drafted in the U. S. Army in June 1941. After completing Cavalry training at Ft. Riley, KS he was assigned to the 112th Cavalry Regiment. The Regiment was located at Ft. Clark, TX and patrolled the railroad and the border between Mexico and the United States until July 1942 when it was sent to the Pacific Theater of Operations. The 112th Cavalry Regiment arrived in New Caledonia on August 11, 1942 as a horse mounted unit and as such was the last mounted Cavalry unit in the U.S. Army. Roy W. Daines made the assault landing at Arawe, New Britain on December 15, 1943 and fought with his unit at Aitape and Driniumor River, New Guinea, beginning in June, 1944. The 112th Cavalry Regimental Combat Team was then attached to the 1st Cavalry Division and landed on the east coast of Leyte, Philippines, on November 14, 1944. After landing at Leyte Gulf the unit took part in the battle for Manila and Luzon. He was promoted to Sergeant prior to his discharge in 1945. His unit spent 443 days in combat during World War II. Roy was a recipient of the Bronze Star during his combat service with the 112th Cavalry Regiment. He is a graduate of Newport High School and the University of Cincinnati with a BS Degree in Engineering. Roy retired from the Cincinnati Gas and Electric Company.

 

 

TENTH GENERATION

GUY VICTOR11 DAINES (GUY LOGAN10 DAINES, ANDREW DONLEY9, NELSON8 DAINS, ABIAL7, ASA6, EBENEZER "ZERRY"5, EBENEZER4, EBENEZER3, ABRAHAM2, UNKNOWN1) was born December 14, 1912 in Newport, Campbell County, KY, and died August 31, 1997 in Newport, Campbell County, KY. He married ANNA MARGARET BOTTS October 25, 1935 in Newport, Campbell County, KY, daughter of Arthur Malcolm Botts and Margaret Schowalter. She was born March 14, 1916 in New Albany, IN. and died October 8, 2005 at the Baptist Convalescent Home, Newport, Campbell County, KY.

Notes for Guy Victor Daines: (Guy Edwin Daines)

Organized and played on the first golf team in 1931 at Newport High School. In 1933 and 1934 played third base on the World Champion Kentucky Colonels softball team that traveled throughout the south and Midwest. Guy Victor played third base on Sixth Ward Boosters fast pitch softball team, which won the Kentucky State Championship in 1942, 1946, 1948 and 1949. He was recruited to play professional softball with the Zollner Pistons but would not leave his family. An outstanding pitcher in baseball that held the semi-pro record of 21 consecutive wins over a two-year period in the greater Cincinnati area. He was offered a tryout with the Cincinnati Reds. In October 1984 Guy Victor was inducted into the Northern Kentucky Sports Hall of Fame. During the Second World War he served in the U.S. Navy on the USS Emily Dickinson, a liberty ship, in the European Theater of Operations in 1944 and 1945. He began work for Cincinnati Gas and Electric Company in 1935 and was employed there until his retirement in 1974. In 1981 he was commissioned a Kentucky Colonel by the Governor of the State of Kentucky. Guy Victor was a loving husband and father, an outstanding athlete, and a true gentleman loved by all who knew him. He and Anna Margaret are buried in Section 36, Lot 45, Evergreen Cemetery, Southgate, Campbell County, KY.

 

References:

Personal Notes of Guy Victor Daines.
Certificate of Live Birth, Guy Victor Daines.
Certificate of Birth, Anna M. Botts.
Marriage License, Guy V. Daines and Anna M. Botts.
Certificate of Death, Guy Victor Daines.
Certificate of Death, Anna M. Daines.
Certificate of Birth, Saranne Daines

 

Children of GUY VICTOR DAINES and ANNA MARGARET BOTTS are:

1. GUY EDWIN DAINES, b. Dayton, KY.

2. SARANNE DAINES, b. Speers Memorial Hospital, Dayton, KY; m. (1) John Wayne Hetteberg, October 1, 1960 in Newport, Campbell County, KY, (2) Jack J Boeing, October 13, 1973 in Newport, Campbell County, KY, the son of Howard Boeing and Mary Jane Cappel. He was born in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH.

 

Notes for Saranne Daines: (Guy Edwin Daines)

Children of SARANNE DAINES and JOHN WAYNE HETTEBERG are:

1. JODI LYNN HETTEBERG, b. Covington, Kenton County, KY.
2. JON SCOTT HETTEBERG, b. Ft. Thomas, Campbell County, KY.

 

Children of SARANNE DAINES and JACK J. BOEING are:

1. JACK J. BOEING II, b. Ft. Thomas, Campbell County, KY.
2. JEFFREY HOWARD BOEING, b. Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH.

 

ELEVENTH GENERATION

GUY EDWIN DAINES12 (GUY VICTOR11, GUY LOGAN DAINES10, ANDREW DONLEY9, NELSON 8DAINS, ABIAL7, ASA6, EBENEZER "ZERRY"5, EBENEZER4, EBENEZER3, ABRAHAM2, UNKNOWN1) was born August 8, 1936 in Speers Memorial Hospital, Dayton, KY. He married (1) PENELOPE LOU EBERT, March 9, 1964 in Newport, Campbell County, KY, the daughter of Carl Ebert and Ruth Seeman. She was born April 15, 1942 in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, OH. He married (2) Marggie Lynn Howard, August 11, 1996 in Belleair Shore, Pinellas County, FL. She was born in Greensboro, Guilford County, NC, the daughter of Albert Franklin Samuel and Rhoda Ann Gardner.

Notes for Guy Edwin Daines: (Guy Edwin Daines)

Guy Edwin is a graduate of Newport High School in 1954 and received a BS Degree from Eastern Kentucky University in 1958. Upon graduation he was commissioned a 2nd Lieutenant of Infantry. He served a tour of duty in Korea with the 17th Infantry, 7th Infantry Division and two tours in Vietnam. The first tour, assigned as an advisor with the 2nd Battalion, 44th Regiment, 23rd Infantry Division of the Vietnamese Army and also with Vietnamese ranger units. The second tour he served as a Plans Officer in G3, 24th U.S. Corps. Because of his ability to speak Vietnamese he was later sent to Saigon as an advisor to the Vietnamese Joint General Staff. Guy Edwin was in Vietnam as a 1st Lieutenant, Captain and Major. After graduating from the Command and General Staff College at Ft. Leavenworth, KS he completed educational requirements for a Masters Degree from Webster University in St. Louis, MO. He retired from the Army as a Lieutenant Colonel with 20 years service in 1978.

His second career was spent working in the emergency management and emergency services field in Pinellas County, Florida. Of note was the development of Hospital and Nursing Home Evacuation plans that, when successfully implemented during Hurricane Elena in 1985, resulted in the largest medical facility evacuation in the history of the United States. Three hospitals and 19 nursing homes were evacuated from threatened areas to other medical facilities in safe areas. He was appointed by the Director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency in Washington D.C. to serve four years on the Board of Visitors for the Emergency Management Institute in Emmittsburg, MD. Guy Edwin also was Chairman of the National Hurricane Conference for three years and a founder and Coordinator of the Florida Governor’s Hurricane Conference. He was President of the Florida Emergency Management Association. Guy Edwin was considered an expert in Emergency Management and emergency planning that resulted in his being called as an expert witness in court cases and participation in hearings before Congressional Subcommittees and State Legislative Committees. He authored Chapter 7, "Planning, Training and Exercising", in the text book, "Emergency Management: Principles and Practice for Local Government", and was selected as one of 12 successful Emergency Management Directors in the United States to be the subject of a case study for the book, "Emergency Management: Strategies for Maintaining Organizational Integrity" by Thomas E. Drabek. His awards, both military and civilian, include:

Military Awards - Legion of Merit, Bronze Star Medal, Joint Commendation Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Distinguished Service Medal (State of Ohio), Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry W/ Palm, Vietnamese Honor Medal, Vietnamese Campaign Ribbon, Vietnam Service Medal with 5 battle stars, Korean Defense Service Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Combat Infantry Badge, Parachutist Badge and Vietnamese Ranger Badge.

Civilian Awards and Recognition - Neil Frank Award (National Hurricane Conference), Distinguished Service Award (National Hurricane Conference), Special Achievement Award (Governor’s Hurricane Conference), Eastern Kentucky University Hall of Distinguished Alumni, Cooper-Taylor Memorial Award (Clearwater, FL, Junior Chamber of Commerce), Designated One of Florida’s Finest by Governor Lawton Chiles, Designated Honorary Professor of the Emergency Management Institute by the Superintendent, and commissioned a Kentucky Colonel by the Governor of the State of Kentucky.

Guy Edwin Daines is also a member of Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Masonic Order, National Society of Scabbard and Blade and the Florida Emergency Preparedness Association.

References:

Certificate of Birth, Guy Edwin Daines.
DD Form 214 for LTC Guy E. Daines.
Certificate of Birth, Penelope Lou Ebert.
Personal Notes and Resume of Guy E. Daines.
Certificate of Marriage, Guy E. Daines and Penelope Lou Ebert.
Certificate of Marriage, Guy E. Daines and Marggie Lynn Howard.
 

Children of GUY EDWIN DAINES and PENELOPE LOU EBERT are:

1. GUY HOUSTON DAINES, b. Columbus, Franklin Co, OH. 2. STEPHANIE EBERT DAINES, b. October 6, 1970, U.S. Army Hospital, Camp Zama, Kanagawa Ken, Japan. She married Peter Guzman November 5, 2005, in Negril, Jamaica, b. New York, NY, the son of Juan Guzman and Evelyn Figuero.

Notes for Stephanie Ebert Daines: (Guy Edwin Daines)

Stephanie is an "Army Brat" born in the U.S Army Hospital at Camp Zama, Japan. She grew up at Camp Zama, Japan and Ft. Knox, KY. She is a graduate of Tarpon Springs High School, Tarpon Springs, FL in 1989 and St. Petersburg Junior College. Stephanie holds a Black Belt in mixed martial arts.

 

References:

Certificate of Birth, Stephanie Ebert Daines.
Certificate of Marriage, Stephanie Ebert Daines and Peter Guzman.
Certificate of Birth, Evangeline Lynn Guzman.

Child of Stephanie Ebert Daines and Peter Guzman

1. Evangeline Lynn Guzman, b.  Suffern, Rockland County, NY.

 

TWELFTH GENERATION

GUY HOUSTON DAINES13 (GUY EDWIN12, GUY VICTOR11, GUY LOGAN DAINES10, ANDREW DONLEY9, NELSON DAINS8, ABIAL7, ASA6, EBENEZER "ZERRY"5, EBENEZERr4, EBENEZER3, ABRAHAM2, UNKOWN1) was born at Mt. Carmel Hospital in Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio. He married Rene’Angela Miller March 19, 1994, in Tarpon Springs, Pinellas County, FL, daughter of John Edward Miller and Peggy Ann Foxworthy. She was born in Memorial Hospital, Sarasota, Sarasota County, FL.

Notes for Guy Houston Daines: (Guy E. Daines)

Guy Houston is an "Army Brat" born in Columbus, OH where his father Guy Edwin Daines was an Assistant Professor of Military Science at Ohio State University. He grew up in Heidelberg, Germany, Ft. Leavenworth, KS, Camp Zama, Japan and Ft. Knox, KY. He went to military schools until the move to Tarpon Springs, Florida in 1978 where he graduated from Tarpon Springs High School in 1984.

 

References:

Certificate of Birth, Guy Houston Daines.
Florida Marriage Record, Guy Houston Daines and Rene’ Angela Miller.
Certificate of Live Birth, Rene’ Angela Miller.
Certification of Birth, Logan Andrew Daines.

 

Children of GUY HOUSTON DAINES and RENE’ANGELA MILLER are:

1. GUY BYLER DAINES, b. at Morton Plant Hospital Clearwater, Pinellas County, FL.
2. LOGAN ANDREW DAINES, b. at Mease Dunedin Hospital, Dunedin, Pinellas County, FL.
 

THIRTEENTH GENERATION

GUY BYLER DAINES14 (GUY HOUSTON13, GUY EDWIN12, GUY VICTOR11, GUY LOGAN DAINES10, ANDREW DONLEY9, NELSON DAINS8, ABIAL7, ASA6, EBENEZER "ZERRY"5, EBENEZER4, EBENEZER3, ABRAHAM2, UNKNOWN1) was born at Morton Plant Hospital, Clearwater, FL.

References:

Certificate of Live Birth, Guy Byler Daines

PART THREE

WILLIAM EDDYE, VICAR OF CRANBROOK, ENGLAND, AND HIS DESCENDANTS

FIRST GENERATION

  1. WILLIAM EDDYE, b. at Bristol, England; d. at Cranbrook, County Kent, England, Nov. 23, 1616; m. (1) at Cranbrook, Nov. 20, 1587, Mary Fosten; daughter of John and Ellen (Munn) Fosten. Mary died in July 1611 and William m. (2) Feb. 22, 1613/14, at Cranbrook, Sarah Tayler, a widow. She d. before Feb. 5, 1639/40 when her will was proved.

 

Children, by first wife; all born in England:

2. NATANAELL EDDY, bapt. Mar. 30, 1589, at Staplehurst, County Kent; d. young.
3. MARY EDDY, bapt. Sept. 1591, at Cranbrook, County Kent, England (Church Register); m. before 1616, SIMEON EVERNDEN. Simeon Evernden was one of the witnesses of the will of William Eddy and one of those who took the inventory of his goods. Their children were Simeon, Katherine, and Robert. Perhaps further research will connect this family of Evernden with those Everndens which appear early in New England.
4. PHINEAS EDDY, bapt. Sept.1593, at Cranbrook, County Kent, England (Church Register); m. (1) KATHERINE COURTHOPP, daughter of Peter and Anne (Sheaffe) Courthopp. She d. before 1639. He m. (2) CHRISTIAN . . who survived him. (See his will.) His children were Peter, Anne, Margaret, Susanna, and Abigail. Peter died at Cranbrook Nov. 8, 16I9 and Abigail between Dec. 18, 1639 and June 7, 1641. Phineas died before June 7, 1641, when his will was proved at Portsmouth.
5. JOHN EDDY, bapt. 1597, at Cranbrook.
6. ELEANOR EDDY, bapt. Aug. 1599; called Ellen when buried Oct. I610.
7. ABIGAIL EDDY, bapt. Oct. 1601.
8. ANNA EDDY, bapt. May I603.
9. ELIZABETH EDDY, bapt. Dec. I606. She was living in 1616.
10. SAMUEL EDDY, bapt. Sept. 15, 1608.
11. ZACHARIAS EDDY, bapt. Mar. 1610. He was living in 1616, according to his father's will. Query.-Is he the . . . Eddy, who according to Savage came to New England in I639 from Boxted, England? Did he come accompanied by a young son John, who later settled in Taunton and whom, we know as John Eddy of Taunton, carpenter?
12. NATHANIEL EDDY, bapt. July 1611; d. 1611, age 9 days.

 

Child, by second wife:

13. PRISCILLA EDDY, bapt. Dec. 10, 1614. She was living in 1616, but died, probably unmarried, before 1637, as she is not mentioned in her mother's will, dated Aug. 1, 1637 (See Bulletin, No. 3).

 

SECOND GENERATION

 

10. SAMUEL EDDY (William) bapt. May 15, 1608, at Cranbrook, County Kent, England (Church Register); d. Nov. 12, 1687, at Swansea, Mass. (Plymouth Ch. Rec., Vol. I, p. 262); m. Elizabeth (probably Savery) who d. May 24, 1689, "in her 82nd year at the end of it;" in Swansea, Mass. (Plymouth Ch. Rec., Vol. I, p. 265).

Children, b. in Plymouth, MA:

33. JOHN EDDY, b. Dec. 25, 1637.
34. ZACHARIAH EDDY, b. 1639.
35. CALEB EDDY, b. 1643.
36. OBADIAH EDDY, b. 1645
37. HANNAH EDDY, b. June 23 or June 27, I647. Nothing more is known about her.

THIRD GENERATION

36. OBADIAH EDDY (Samuel, William), b. about 1645, at Plymouth; d. 1727. His will was probated Nov. 6, 1727; m. Bennett, who d. before him, but after Jan. 21, 1702. It is probable that Bennett, the wife of Obadiah was Bennett Ellis, daughter of John Ellis and his wife Elizabeth Freeman, daughter of Edmund Freeman. The Ellis family was of Sandwich where Obadiah spent his youth. Bennett Ellis was b. Feb. 27, 1649, which is four years later than Obadiah was born and she had a brother Joel Ellis. Note that Obadiah named a son Joel. Obadiah during the rest of his life had many dealings with the Ellis family and a Joel Ellis witnessed the codicil to his will.

Children (order of birth not known):

94. JOHN EDDY, b. Mar. 22, 1669.
95. HAZADIA EDDY, b. Apr. 18, 1672 (Plymouth Rec., p. 39); m. May 29, 1695, at Duxbury (V.R.), SAMUEL SAMPSON of Duxbury.
96. SAMUEL EDDY, b. 1675.
97. ZACHARIAH EDDY.
98. JABEZ EDDY.
99. BENJAMIN EDDY.
100. JOEL EDDY.
101. MERCY EDDY (Savery Gen. p. 30; also Eddy Gen. of 1881, and Giles Memorial, p. 383).
102. ELIZABETH EDDY.
103. MARY EDDY (Eddy Gen. I88I).
104. BENNET EDDY, m. Dec. 28, 1696 or 1698 to ISRAEL (Israel, Nathaniel, Nathaniel) WOODWARD of Swansea (Obadiah's will). He was b. Oct. 4, 1674; son of Israel and Jane (Godfrey) Woodward. He was one of the attorneys appointed to settle Zachariah Eddy's estate.
105. HANNAH EDDY, m. CLARK (father's will).

FOURTH GENERATION

96. SAMUEL EDDY (Obadiah, Samuel, William), b. 1675; d. 1752 (Eddy Gen. 1881, p. 207); m. Feb. 3, 1702/03, Melatiah Pratt of Middleboro (May. Des., Vol. II, p. 43). She was b. Dec. 11, 1676.

Children, b. Eddyville, Middleboro, MA:

230. SAMUEL EDDY, b. 1710; d. Nov. 3, 1746.
231. ZACHARIAH EDDY, b. 1712.
232. MELATIAH EDDY, m. Mar. 23, 1730, SAMUEL TINKHAM of Middleboro.
233. BENNETT EDDY, m. WILLIAM REDDING, on Feb. 7, 1738; son of Ebenezer Redding.
234. FEAR EDDY, m. GEORGE WILLIAMSON, Nov. 7, I738. They went to New Jersey.

FIFTH GENERATION

230. SAMUEL EDDY (Samuel, Obadiah, Samuel, William), b. about. 1710, at Middleboro; d. Nov. 3, 1746, aged 36, at Middleboro, Mass.; m. Lydia Alden, b. Dec. 18, 1710; d. Mar. 1, 1803, aged 92 yrs. She was daughter of John Alden (Joseph, John) and his wife, Hannah White. After Samuel's death she m. Apr. 27, 1762, John Fuller, b. Mar. 20, 1692. He was son of John and Mercy (Nelson) Fuller, d. at Halifax, Mass. in 1766, aged 74 (Alden Gen. p. 17). All Eddys who can trace their descent back to Samuel and Lydia (Alden) Eddy, are eligible for the Mayflower Society.

Children, b. at Middleboro:

516. NATHAN EDDY, b. Sept. 8, 1733.(M.D. Vol. XIII, p. 6.); d. Feb. 28, 1804.
517. JOSHUA EDDY, b. Mar. 6, I734/35; d. young. (MD. 13, p. 6.)
518. SUSANNAH EDDY, b. Nov. 22, 1736; d. July 29, I817.Unmar. (M.D. 12, p. 201.)
519. MARY EDDY, b. May 9, 1740 d. young.
520. SAMUEL EDDY, b. Jan. 12, 1742/43.
521. SETH EDDY, b. Feb. 11, I744/45; d. young. (M.D.16, p. I9.)

SIXTH GENERATION

516. NATHAN EDDY (Samuel, Samuel, Obadiah, Samuel, William), b. Sept. 8, 1733, in Middleboro, Mass.; d. Feb. 28, 1804, at Pittsfield, Vt.; m. Nov. 17, 1757 (M.D. 19.175) Eunice Sampson, b. May 15, 1737, at Plympton, Mass.; d. Mar. 25, 1802, at Pittsfield, Vt.; daughter of Ephraim and Abigail (Horrel) Sampson. (See N. E. H. G. R. Vol. 26,p. 365). His service in the Revolutionary War was as follows. Nathan Eddy. Private, Capt. Nathaniel Wood’s Company, Col. Ebenezer Sprout’s Regiment; enlisted May 6, 1778; discharged Sept. 12, 1778; service 9 days; company marched on two alarms at Dartmouth. Roll dated Middleborough.

Children, b. in Middleboro (Family Bible in the possession of Leroy C. Eddy, of Warren, PA):

1195. EPHRAIM EDDY, b. Dec. 21, 1759.
1196. LYDIA EDDY, b. Sept. 16, 1762.
1197. HANNAH EDDY, b. Feb.1, 1765 (Eddy Gen. gives 1766). She was bapt. June 15, 1766; m. SYLVESTER (probably Seth Sylvester).
1198. NATHANIEL EDDY, b. July 6, I767. (Eddy. Gen. gives 1768); d. July 31, 1803.
1199. NATHAN EDDY, b. Apr. 21, 1770 (Eddy Gen. gives 1771).
1200. ISAAC EDDY, b. June 24, 1774.
1201. ZACHARIAH EDDY, b. Nov. 18, 1778.

SEVENTH GENERATION

1198. NATHANIEL EDDY(Nathan, Samuel, Samuel, Obadiah, Samuel, William), b. July 6, 1767 (also given 1768); d. July 31, 1803, at Gallipolis, Ohio.; m. Feb. 7, 1793, at Guilford, Vt. (V.R.), Hannah Shepardson, b. May 8,1765; d. Dec. 21, 1813, in Meigs County., Ohio. She m. (a) Peter Grow of Meigs County, Ohio. (B.B.H.).

Children:

2643. LAODICEA EDDY, b. Nov. 25, 1793; d. Apr. 21, 1868.
2644. CLARINDA EDDY, b. Mar. 6, 1795.
2645. NATHANIEL EDDY, b. Nov. 28, 1796.
2646. HANNAH EDDY, b. Jan. 9, 1799.
2647. EPHRAIM EDDY, b. Jan. 15, 1803; d. in infancy.

EIGHTH GENERATION

2643. LAODICEA EDDY (Nathaniel, Nathan, Samuel, Samuel, Obadiah, Samuel, William), b. Nov. 11, 1793; d. Apr. 21, 1868, in Meigs County, Ohio. She is buried on the Pomeroy to Athens Road about 11 miles from Pomeroy; m. May 4, 1820 in Meigs County, Ohio, John Barton, b. May 27, 1784; d. Apr. 8, 1859; son of James and Margaret Barton.

Children; b. in Bedford Twsp., Meigs County, Ohio:

5014. HANNAH SHEPARDSON BARTON, b. Feb. 24, 1821.
5015. MARY ANN BARTON, b. Aug.18, 1822.
5016. MARGARET AUGUSTA BARTON, b. Aug. 20, 1824.
5017. FRANCES CLARINDA BARTON, b. Aug. 31, 1826; d. June 13, 1848..
5018. NATHANIEL EDDY BARTON, b. Feb.11, 1829; d. Sept. 27, 1851.Unmar.
5019. SOPHIA BARTON, b. Feb. 2, 1831.
5020. JOHN BARTON, b. Jan. 24, 1833; d. Nov. 18, 1843.
5021. EMMA BARTON, b. July 15, 1835; d. May 25, 1836.
5022. JAMES LAFAYETTE BARTON, b. Feb. 6, 1841.

NINTH GENERATION

5014. HANNAH SHEPARDSON BARTON (Laodicea Eddy, Nathaniel, Nathan, Samuel, Samuel, Obadiah, Samuel, William), b. Feb. 24,1821, at Bedford Twsp., Meigs County, 0hio; d. Jan. 18, 1873; m. April 4, 1843, William Wilson, who d. Feb. 5, 1880; son of Robert and Margaret (Dunlap) Wilson. They were very active in the Presbyterian Church.

Children, b. in Bedford Twsp., Meigs County, Ohio:

7382. ELIZA ANN WILSON, b. Feb. 19, 1844; d. July 31, 1922.
7383. MARGARET CLARINDA WILSON, b. Oct. 28, 1849; m. Oct. 3,1887, James Noonan.
7384. MARY AUGUSTA WILSON, b. Mar. 31, 1852; m. Joseph W. Wyatt
7385. WILLIAM ARMSTRONG WILSON, b. July 18, 1854; d. Feb. 5 1880.
7386. SOPHIA LAODICEA WILSON, b. Mar. 10, 1857; d. Feb.14, 1911; m. Dec. 9, 1885, EUGENE BURRIS, at Martins Ferry, Ohio.
7387. JAMES LAFAYETTE WILSON, b. Aug. 18, I860; d. Oct. 29, 1912; m. Apr. 8, 1888, BIRD MCCURDIE, at Steubenville, Ohio. No children.
7388. EMMA ELIZABETH WILSON, b. NOV. 9, 1862; m. Mar. 16, 1900, WILLIAM HEWLIT or HULETT, at Ashland, Ky.
7389. JOHN BARTON WILSON, b. April 7, 1848.
7390. BERTHA M. WILSON, b. Jan. 18, 1870

TENTH GENERATION

7382. ELIZA ANN WILSON (Hannah Barton, Laodicea Eddy, Nathaniel, Nathan, Samuel, Samuel, Obadiah, Samuel, William), b. Feb.19, 1844, in Bedford Twsp, Meigs County Ohio; d. July 31, 1922 in Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio; m. July 15, 1867, Donley Dains; b, Sept. 27, 1843, in Orange Twsp, Meigs County, Ohio; son of Nelson and Catherine Dains; d. Dec.18, 1910 in Spilman, WV.

Children:

i. CLARA A. DAINS, b. Jan. 10, 1869, at Clifton, W. Va.; d. Nov. 15, 1901 in Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio; m. Oct. 5, 1895, JAMES GILCHRIST.
ii. WILLIAM PERCY DAINS, b. May 18, 1871.
iii. HANNAH ELIZABETH DAINS, b. Oct. 25, 1873; m. July 30, 1892, W. H. LERNER
iv. JAMES DALLAS DAINS, b. Feb. 26, 1876; d. June 27, 1878.
v. DICEA AUGUSTA DAINS, b. Apr. 18, 1878; m. June 28, 1899, WALTER ABRUSE.
vi. RUBY EDNA DAINS, b. Aug. 20, I880; m. (1) March 19, 1912, George Hall, (2) Edward Bates.
vii. JOSEPH EMORY DAINS, b. Apr. 29, 1883; d. Aug. 22, 1883.
viii. GUY LOGAN DAINS, b. Oct. 8, 1884; m. Dec. 23, 1911, Barbara Bihl, at Newport, Campbell County, KY; d. May 24, 1968 in Dayton, Campbell County, KY.

ELEVENTH GENERATION

viii. GUY LOGAN DAINES (Eliza Ann Wilson, Hannah Barton, Laodicea Eddy, Nathaniel, Nathan, Samuel, Samuel, Obadiah, Samuel William), b. Oct. 8, 1884 in Clifton, WV, d. May 24, 1968 in Dayton, Campbell County, KY; m. BARBARA BIHL, Dec. 23, 1911, in Newport, Campbell County, KY, daughter of Joseph Bihl and Dorthea Lorenz; b. Dec. 8, 1891 in Newport, Campbell County, KY; d. Dec.10, 1977 at Highland Heights, Campbell County, KY.

Children:

ix. GUY VICTOR DAINES, b. Dec.14, 1912, Newport, Campbell County, KY; d. Aug. 31, 1997, Newport, Campbell County, KY.
x. ROY W. DAINES, b. October 21, 1917 in Newport, Campbell County KY, d. June 18, 2005, Ft. Thomas, Campbell County KY, m. Dec. 30 1944 in Newport, Campbell County, KY, DORTHY DORGAN, daughter of Louis Dorgan and Della Francis Bachman, d. July 13, 2006, Kenton County, KY.

TWELFTH GENERATION

ix. GUY VICTOR DAINES (Guy Logan Daines, Eliza Ann Wilson, Hannah Barton, Laodicea Eddy, Nathaniel, Nathan, Samuel, Samuel, Obadiah, Samuel, William); b. Dec. 14, 1912 in Newport, Campbell County, KY; d. August 31, 1997 in Newport, Campbell County, KY; m. October 25, 1935 in Newport, Campbell County, KY, ANNA MARGARET BOTTS; b. March 14, 1916 in New Albany, Ind., daughter of Arthur Malcolm Botts and Margaret Schowalter, d. Oct. 8, 2005 in Newport, Campbell County, KY.

 

Children:

xi. GUY EDWIN DAINES, b. Dayton, Campbell County, KY.
xii. SARANNE DAINES, b. Dayton, Campbell County, KY; m. (1) John Wayne Hetteberg, October 1, 1960 in Newport, Campbell County, KY, (2) Jack J Boeing, October 13, 1973 in Newport, Campbell County, KY, the son of Howard Boeing and Mary Jane Cappel. He was born in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio.

 

THIRTEENTH GENERATION

xi. GUY EDWIN DAINES (Guy Victor, Guy Logan Daines, Eliza Ann Wilson, Hannah Barton, Laodicea Eddy, Nathaniel, Nathan, Samuel, Samuel, Obadiah, Samuel, William); b. in Dayton, Campbell County, KY; m. (1) March 9, 1964 in Newport, Campbell County, KY, Penelope Lou Ebert daughter of Carl Ebert and Ruth Seeman; b. in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, (2) August 11, 1996 in Belleair Shore, Pinellas County, Florida, Marggie Lynn Howard; b. in Greensboro, Guilford County, North Carolina, daughter of Albert Franklin Samuel and Rhoda Ann Gardner.

Children:

xiii. GUY HOUSTON DAINES, b.  Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio.
xiv. STEPHANIE EBERT DAINES, b. Camp Zama, Kanagawa Ken, Japan; m. Nov. 5 2005, Negril, Jamaica, Peter Guzman; b. New York, NY, son of Juan Guzman and Evelyn Figuero.

 

FOURTEENTH GENERATION

xiii. GUY HOUSTON DAINES (Guy Edwin, Guy Victor, Guy Logan Daines, Eliza Ann Wilson, Hannah Barton, Laodicea Eddy, Nathaniel, Nathan, Samuel, Samuel, Obadiah, Samuel, William); b. at Mt. Carmel Hospital in Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio; m. March 19, 1994, in Tarpon Springs, Pinellas County, Florida, Rene’ Angela Miller; b. Sarasota, Sarasota County, Fl, daughter of John E. Miller and Peggy A. Foxworthy.

Children:

xv. GUY BYLER DAINES, b. at Morton Plant Hospital Clearwater, Pinellas County, Florida.
xvi. LOGAN ANDREW DAINES, b. at Mease Dunedin Hospital, Dunedin, Pinellas County, Florida.

FIFTEENTH GENERATION

xv. GUY BYLER DAINES (Guy Houston, Guy Edwin, Guy Victor, Guy Logan Daines, Eliza Ann Wilson, Hannah Barton, Laodicea Eddy, Nathaniel, Nathan, Samuel, Samuel, Obadiah, Samuel, William); b. at Morton Plant Hospital, Clearwater, Pinellas County, Florida.