DAY Andrew John

Name Andrew John DAY
Country Of Origin Scotland
Born 1847
Died unknown
Birth/ Baptism Born June 1847, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
Bapt. 12 August 1847, St Mary, Glasgow, Lanarkshire
Parents John and Emma Day
Apprenticeship Likely with his father, John Day
Skills Watchmaker, Jeweller
Work Locations Launceston
Street Address
1 Elizabeth Street, Launceston
Marriage/Spouse 17 October 1893, Adelaide, South Australia, to Rose Anna Walsh
Other 1851 England Census: Recorded as 3 years of age, with parents John and Emma (Marylebone, London).

From approx. 1870: Worked with his father, John Day, in the business.

Approx. 1880: Moved to South Australia.

1897: Patented and invented a new dial and means for indicating local standard time and universal zone time, for finding the time at several or all parts of the world at the same period.

By 1904: Living in London, England.

1909: Andrew John Day was reported as a ‘missing friend’, believed to be in London.

Death unknown
Web: Ancestry: 1851 England Census; Australia Marriage Index 1893; Findmypast, Scotland Roman Catholic Baptisms 1847.
The Examiner (Launceston) 1 January 1874; Evening News 25 March 1897;
Daily News (London) 3 August 1904 (British Newspaper Archive) Observer 31 July 1909.