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This family settled in Jersey in the first half of the 19th century

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Louisa Ann Day (1879- ) daughter of Peter Henry Day (1844-1915)


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Origins of surname

Although undoubtedly an English surname, this has two possible origins. The most likely is a derivation from the popular personal name David, but it could also have come from the old English personal name Daei, meaning day.

Early records

The name first appears in Jersey records in 1815, with further registrations in St Helier over the next two decades.

Variants

  • Day

Family records

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Great War service


Sons of Peter Thomas Day, son of Peter Henry, and Charlotte Anne Ferey, daughter of Philip

  • Peter Philip Day (1887- ) (St H) Private, RGA
  • Arthur C Day (1893- ) (St H) Private RMIJ
  • Clarence Henry Day 91896- ) (St H) ex-RMIJ, Private, Royal Field Artillery


  • George Lawrence Day (1896- ) (St H) son of George and Annie, OV, Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery
  • William Robert Day (1881- ) (St H) son of Julia Mary Jane Day, Stoker RN, HMS Victory II
  • Frederick Basil Day-Luce (St H), Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery, PoW
  • Henry James Day-Luce (1876- ) (St H), Private, Canadian Infantry, wounded
  • Lionel Herbert Day-Luce (1879- ) (St H) Private, RASC

Notes on our list, abbreviations used etc


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