John Frederick Nicholas Daynes

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About John Frederick Nicholas Daynes

Son of Thomas Daynes and Bridget Carter

Married Eliza Miller, 31 Mar 1850, St. Pauls, Norwich, Norfolk, England

Children - Mary Ann Daynes, Joseph John Daynes, Claudias William Daynes, Eliza Daynes, Earnest Arthur Daynes, Mathias Daynes, John Thomas Daynes

Married Rebecca Bushby, 6 Jun 1870, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah

Children - Ida Maud Daynes, John Frederick Daynes, Della Rene Daynes, Royal Walter Daynes, Arthur Vincent Daynes, Melvin Bushby Daynes, Dean Rich Daynes, Hazel Kate Daynes

History - John Daynes was born in Norwich, England April 15, 1831. When he was 13 he became an apprentice to a watchmaker. After five years he completed his apprenticeship. At the age of 19, he opened a watchmaker's shop in Norwich. He left England for America on April 20, 1862, sailing on the ship "John J.Boyd" from Liverpool. The ship docked in New York Harbor and he left for Florence, Kansas arriving there June 11, 1862 and began his trek across the plains to Salt Lake City. He set up the Daynes Jewelry Company and his original store was on First South just east of Main Street, which he rented from Brigham Young. His business company grew rapidly and was located in several different locations, including the firm at 128 South Main Street. He was a choir leader, jeweler and dealer in musical merchandise.* Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy: Jul 7 2020, 8:26:48 UTC

Son of Thomas Daynes and Bridget Carter

Married Eliza Miller, 31 Mar 1850, St. Pauls, Norwich, Norfolk, England

Children - Mary Ann Daynes, Joseph John Daynes, Claudias William Daynes, Eliza Daynes, Earnest Arthur Daynes, Mathias Daynes, John Thomas Daynes

Married Rebecca Bushby, 6 Jun 1870, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah

Children - Ida Maud Daynes, John Frederick Daynes, Della Rene Daynes, Royal Walter Daynes, Arthur Vincent Daynes, Melvin Bushby Daynes, Dean Rich Daynes, Hazel Kate Daynes

History - John Daynes was born in Norwich, England April 15, 1831. When he was 13 he became an apprentice to a watchmaker. After five years he completed his apprenticeship. At the age of 19, he opened a watchmaker's shop in Norwich. He left England for America on April 20, 1862, sailing on the ship "John J.Boyd" from Liverpool. The ship docked in New York Harbor and he left for Florence, Kansas arriving there June 11, 1862 and began his trek across the plains to Salt Lake City. He set up the Daynes Jewelry Company and his original store was on First South just east of Main Street, which he rented from Brigham Young. His business company grew rapidly and was located in several different locations, including the firm at 128 South Main Street. He was a choir leader, jeweler and dealer in musical merchandise.

Son of Thomas Daynes and Bridget Carter

Married Eliza Miller, 31 Mar 1850, St. Pauls, Norwich, Norfolk, England

Children - Mary Ann Daynes, Joseph John Daynes, Claudias William Daynes, Eliza Daynes, Earnest Arthur Daynes, Mathias Daynes, John Thomas Daynes

Married Rebecca Bushby, 6 Jun 1870, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah

Children - Ida Maud Daynes, John Frederick Daynes, Della Rene Daynes, Royal Walter Daynes, Arthur Vincent Daynes, Melvin Bushby Daynes, Dean Rich Daynes, Hazel Kate Daynes Note: Jeweler and dealer in musical merchandise.

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John Frederick Nicholas Daynes's Timeline

1831
April 15, 1831
Norwich, Norfolk, England
October 23, 1831
St. Pauls, Norwich, Norfolk, England
1848
March 29, 1848
Wymondham, Norfolk, England
1851
April 2, 1851
Attleborough, Norfolk, England
April 2, 1851
Attleborough, Breckland Borough, Norfolk, England
April 2, 1851
Norwich, Norfolk, England
1853
January 21, 1853
Norwich, Norfolk, England
1855
February 14, 1855
Norwich, Norfolk, Eng.
February 14, 1855
Norwich, Norfolk, England