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Thomas Robert Day
1890 - 1969
Thomas Robert Day 1890 - 1969
'Slave-like' forced labor long after slavery was supposed to be abolished.
"Slave-like" forced labor long after slavery was supposed to be abolished.
Henrietta Day, daughter of Richard Day Sr married Armstead Handy. Armstead packed up the family and left farming for the promise of decent regular pay. Armstead worked the Coal Mines in Jefferson county Alabama, for the Tennessee Coal and Iron company in the 1920's as did Thomas Robert Day from about 1916 to 1928. Armstead was later joined by his…

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Thomas Day WW-I Draft Record
Thomas Day WW-I Draft Record
Interesting Find! Thomas reports that he was born Jan 03, 1892. That he has a wife and two children and that he is from Mount Meigs, Alabama. So our Days moved to Birmingham! The record states that Thomas is tall and slender, and apparently has something wrong with his feet. A mashed toe perhaps. The company he works for is listed as T.C1 and he…
Thomas Robert Day, Death Certificate 1969
Thomas Robert Day, Death Certificate 1969
This is Thomas Robert Day's Death Certificate.

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