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WHO CAME FROM OLD ENGLAND TO NEW ENGLAND.
By Samuel Chenery Damon (Honolulu, H. I., 1882)
DAMON MEMORIAL; OR THREE DAMON FAMILIES
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The family name, DAMON, during the past three hundred years, is discovered as spelled in many different ways, -viz.: Daman, Damman, Dammon, Dammnd, Daymon, Darning, Damon. The last has finally come to be that adopted by all branches of the three original families settling in America, while in England one family spells the name Daman and another Damon. The earliest mention of the name, in English history, is that of William Damon, author of a book of Music, published in 1581, during the reign of Queen Elizabeth. The three Damon Families, to which reference is now made, are those of John Damon of Scituate, John Damon of Reading, and Thomas Damon of Reading. A son of the latter removed from Reading, and settled in that part of Massachusetts now known as Wayland, hence the family of Thomas, is usually referred to, as the Wayland family. Also, in this book is a genealogy of the Mills family of Torringford, Conn.
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