Martha Jeffers Martha Jeffers  ‎(I1816)‎
Given Names: Martha
Surname: Jeffers

Gender: FemaleFemale
      

Birth: 8 August 1810 Mount Zion, Guernsey, Ohio, USA
Death: 12 June 1881 ‎(Age 70)‎ Mead Township, Belmont, Ohio, USA
Personal Facts and Details
Birth 8 August 1810 Mount Zion, Guernsey, Ohio, USA

Marriage Samuel T DAY III - 25 November 1831 ‎(Age 21)‎ Belmont, Ohio, USA

Residence Samuel T DAY III - 1858 ‎(Age 47)‎ Mead Township, Belmont, Ohio, USA

Address:
Cash Ridge


Note: Samuel T. Day built the pictured brick home in 1858. The brick for the home was made on the farm and the lumber was also cut on the farm. The cost of the home was $6,0000. At the time of construction this was considered the finest farm home in Meade Township.
Note: Childhood Memories: I have been in this home many times as a child. The interior was divided into two separate family sides with the central hall leading to a stairway about 7 feet wide. To the left and right just inside the main entrance were doors that led to the separate living rooms of each residence. At the rear of the main hall ‎(left side)‎ were entrances to the separate kitchens. The bedrooms were upstairs and were accessible through the central hallway. The left side residence had an entrance to the upstairs bedroom through a circular stair case accessed through the kitchen area. All heating and cooking facilities were coal or wood fired stoves or fire places. The last known residents of the home were Lowell and Daisy Day and their 4 girls ‎(on the left side of the home and Grandma and Grandpap Day lived on the right side. Out in the front was a tremendously large buckeye tree that measured at least 15 feet in circumference. Those times and memories will always be cherished as well as all the Day family.‎
Samuel T Day, HomeSamuel T Day, Home


Death 12 June 1881 ‎(Age 70)‎ Mead Township, Belmont, Ohio, USA

Burial 15 June 1881 ‎(3 days after death)‎ Mead Township, Belmont, Ohio, USA
Cemetery: Upper Wegee

Samuel & Martha Jeffers DaySamuel & Martha Jeffers Day


Globally unique Identifier BEFA99671C6E4A6787B04FB83A47082FE922
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Immediate Family  (F619)
Samuel T DAY III
1804 - 1880
William Israel Day
1832 - 1895


Notes
Residence Samuel T. Day built the pictured brick home in 1858. The brick for the home was made on the farm and the lumber was also cut on the farm. The cost of the home was $6,0000. At the time of construction this was considered the finest farm home in Meade Township.
Residence Childhood Memories: I have been in this home many times as a child. The interior was divided into two separate family sides with the central hall leading to a stairway about 7 feet wide. To the left and right just inside the main entrance were doors that led to the separate living rooms of each residence. At the rear of the main hall ‎(left side)‎ were entrances to the separate kitchens. The bedrooms were upstairs and were accessible through the central hallway. The left side residence had an entrance to the upstairs bedroom through a circular stair case accessed through the kitchen area. All heating and cooking facilities were coal or wood fired stoves or fire places. The last known residents of the home were Lowell and Daisy Day and their 4 girls ‎(on the left side of the home and Grandma and Grandpap Day lived on the right side. Out in the front was a tremendously large buckeye tree that measured at least 15 feet in circumference. Those times and memories will always be cherished as well as all the Day family.‎
Residence Samuel T. Day built the pictured brick home in 1858. The brick for the home was made on the farm and the lumber was also cut on the farm. The cost of the home was $6,0000. At the time of construction this was considered the finest farm home in Meade Township.
Residence Childhood Memories: I have been in this home many times as a child. The interior was divided into two separate family sides with the central hall leading to a stairway about 7 feet wide. To the left and right just inside the main entrance were doors that led to the separate living rooms of each residence. At the rear of the main hall ‎(left side)‎ were entrances to the separate kitchens. The bedrooms were upstairs and were accessible through the central hallway. The left side residence had an entrance to the upstairs bedroom through a circular stair case accessed through the kitchen area. All heating and cooking facilities were coal or wood fired stoves or fire places. The last known residents of the home were Lowell and Daisy Day and their 4 girls ‎(on the left side of the home and Grandma and Grandpap Day lived on the right side. Out in the front was a tremendously large buckeye tree that measured at least 15 feet in circumference. Those times and memories will always be cherished as well as all the Day family.‎

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Close Relatives
Family with Samuel T DAY III
Husband
Samuel T DAY III ‎(I1815)‎
Birth 13 July 1804 Flat Rock, Fayette, Pennsylvania, USA
Death 10 May 1880 ‎(Age 75)‎ Mead Township, Belmont, Ohio, USA
6 years

 
Martha Jeffers ‎(I1816)‎
Birth 8 August 1810 Mount Zion, Guernsey, Ohio, USA
Death 12 June 1881 ‎(Age 70)‎ Mead Township, Belmont, Ohio, USA

Marriage: 25 November 1831 -- Belmont, Ohio, USA
9 months
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Son
William Israel Day ‎(I1608)‎
Birth 25 August 1832 28 22 Mead Township, Belmont, Ohio, USA
Death 25 April 1895 ‎(Age 62)‎ Mead Township, Belmont, Ohio, USA