1928. Anthony Day278 was born between 1613 and 1616 in England.278,321,348 Sailed on the "Paul" from England, July 16, 1635 - age 22 makes birth about 1613 He lived in London, Middlesex, England on 16 July 1635.278,321,333 He emigrated in 1645 from Gloucester, Massachusetts (Essex).232,278,321 Anthony lived " he bought house and lands" "formerly in the hands of Charles Glover" in Gloucester, Massachusetts (Essex) in 1657.348 He died on 23 April 1707 at the age of 94 in Gloucester, Massachusetts (Essex).278,321,348 He was buried on 25 April 1707 in Gloucester, Massachusetts (Essex).35 From the "Green Book" published 1967: "At age 19 he was one of the passengers on the "Paul", Leonard Betts, Master, which sailed from London, England July 16, 1635 bound for Virginia. He had a certificate to the Church of England issued by the minister of Gravesend. Where he landed, and where he spent the first 10 years of his residence in America is not known, but the records of Gloucester, Mass. show that Anthony Day sold land to John Pearce about the year 1643. He also purchased a house and lot of Edward Marshall in that town in 1657, in the "Poles".
From the "Green Book" published 1967: "In 1650 he married Susanna Mathcett, who survived him ten years, dying December, 10, 1717 aged ninety-three. He died in Gloucester, Mass., April 23, 1707 at age of ninety."
"A branch of the Anthony Day family moved to Maine and settled at Georgetown"
From Massachusetts and Maine families, vol. 3 - Vinson of Gloucester:
This said about William Vinson (Vincent):
"He was also frequent as a plaintiff or defendant in the civil side of the courts. Twice his zeal got him into trouble. In 1649 he said that his servant Susan Matchett was not virtuous, and Anthony Day, the young woman's prospective husband, haled Vinson into court and produced a confession of error." Susanna Matchett and Anthony Day were married on 23 April 1650 in Ipswich, Massachusetts (Essex).278,321