This is from The Orleans American newspaper 23 March 1911:
Mrs. Lydia Eliza DAY, wife of Geo. N. DAY, of Millville, formerly of Carlton, died March
14, 1911, following an
attack of grippe with heart and kidney complications of only a few days duration. She was
a daughter of Silas
and Mary PERRY and born October 18, 1833, in Penn., coming to New York in early girlhood,
keeping the East Gaines tavern for years. She was the youngest of six children, two
surviving, Elizabeth M.
PERRY, of East Orange, N.J., and Sarah M. VanZILE of New York City. August 15, 1853 was
marriage to George N. DAY, the greater part of their married life being spent in Carlton.
She was a member
of the Kent Baptist church and took an active part in the Millville M. E. church it being
near her home.
Funeral services were held from her late home Thursday, conducted by Reverand JARMAN;
at Mt. Albion. An aged husband, two sons, Frank of Maple Ridge, and Fred of Albion, and