• Dayton Lummis

    Dayton Lummis

    Dayton Lummis Sr. (August 8, 1903 – March 23, 1988), was an American actor of film and television who specialized in the genre of anthology and western series, often playing authority figures. From 1959-1960, he appeared as Marshal Andy Morrison in nine episodes of NBC's Law of the Plainsman western, with Michael Ansara and Robert Harland. In 1955, he portrayed General Douglas MacArthur in the film The Court Martial of Billy Mitchell .

  • Sky Dayton

    Sky Dayton

    Sky Dylan Dayton (born August 8, 1971) is an American entrepreneur and investor. He is the founder of Internet service provider EarthLink, co-founder of eCompanies, and the founder of Boingo.

  • Dayton Leroy Rogers

    Dayton Leroy Rogers

    Dayton Leroy Rogers (born September 30, 1953) is a serial killer currently on Oregon's death row at the Oregon State Penitentiary for six murders.

  • Helena Smith Dayton

    Helena Smith Dayton

    Helena Smith Dayton (1883–1960) was an American film maker, painter and sculptor working in New York City who used fledgling stop motion and clay animation techniques in the 1910s and 1920s, one of the earliest animators (and the first American woman) to experiment with clay animation. Her "clay cartoons" were humorous in nature, and Dayton was featured in the "Humorist Salons" in New York City. She spent World War I in Paris working with the YMCA as a canteen director. She was a published author, ranging in genre from journalism to plays to a guide to New York City.

  • Kyle Dayton

    Kyle Dayton (born July 4, 1989) is a YouTube star.

  • Dayton Demolition

    Dayton Demolition

    The Dayton Demolition was a minor league professional ice hockey team in the Federal Hockey League based in Dayton, Ohio and played their home games at Hara Arena. The team was known as the Berkshire Battalion in North Adams, Massachusetts before it relocated to Dayton in July 2015 to replace the defunct Dayton Demonz after failing to come to an arena agreement.

  • Dayton Wire Wheels

    Dayton Wire Wheels are a brand of rims made for cars and trucks. The company was founded in 1916 and was used by the Wright Brothers, Henry Ford, and Charles Lindbergh.

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