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The below comes from Hayward Researcher Sandy Wilbur who can be found at: http://home.netcom.com/~symbios/hayward.html  and reproduced with her permission.  It has been reproduced leaving all of the links to her site.  My own research targets the "Henry Hayward - Nancy / Ann Copp line. (Third wife of Henry)

 

The Descendants of Henry HAYWARD [ca 1744-1808]

Henry HAYWARD served in the British Military, and was awarded a land grant at Windsor, Hants County, Nova Scotia, following the American Revolution. He was married at least three times, possibly four. A few of his lines of descent are fairly well known; many are not. The following is an effort to provide a starting point (or perhaps a continuation point) for others researching these lines.

One note about the references provided below: the information is presented as it occurred in the source document (either original wording or my abstract). Some is obviously incorrect. In some instances, I have made comments within the reference (e.g., "this birthdate is known to be wrong"), but not always - and sometimes I don't know which of several conflicting pieces of information is correct. Please bear that in mind as you use the records. This is definitely a "working document."

I am particularly interested in the descendants of Henry HAYWARD through his second (or third) wife, Jane McCULLOH. Further information on this line is covered on two other pages, one on Henry and Jane and one on the identity of Jane.

Additional information on HAYWARDS can be found on the website of Mary Beth and Bob Wheeler.

I'd be pleased to hear from anyone with additions, corrections, comments, or questions on this material. .

 

 

1 - HENRY HAYWARD [ancestry unknown]
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Birth: ca 1744
Death: 25 Mar 1808, Hopewell, Albert Co., New Brunswick

REFERENCES:
(1). Dyer, S. 1997. [Henry Hayward]. e-mail. 16 Jan 1997.
From: Jim and Sue Dyer <dyer@glinx.com>
To: swilbur@netcom.com
Subject: HENRY HAYWARD
I have searched through our files at the West Hants Historical Society in
Windsor and have found very little info on Henry.
There is a hand written notation in the HAYWARD file that says that a Henry
HAYWARD was listed in the 1791 poll tax list for Windsor as a weaver.
Another notation lists the marriage of Henry HAYWARD to Jane McCULLOCH on 13
Dec. 1790. It doesn't say where the marriage took place.
In our files there is also a copy of an old map showing a 500 acre grant to Henry HAYWARD. The lot was out near Ardoise, Hants County. I will put a copy in the HAYWARD file so that you can see it on your next visit.

(2). Wilbur, S.R. 1997. [Henry and Jane Hayward]. Notes from Sally and Sandy Wilbur 1997 trip to New Brunswick and Nova Scotia
Friday August 15 - All day at the Provincial Archives at Halifax. We finally saw the original marriage record for Henry HAYWARD and [possibly] John McCULLY's mother. The writing is actually quite clear - Jane McCULLOH. This is a good phonetic version of how Samuel probably said his last name. There were McCULLOCH, McCOLLA, and McCOLLUM names in Hants County at the right time, so we can't say anything definite about Jane, but she is still strong, circumstantially.

(3). Kanner, K. E. (1993). Early families revisited. Moncton, New Brunswick, Privately published.
HAYWARD FAMILY - Abigail COPP relatives; also possibly second marriage family of John McCULLY
1 - Henry HAYWARD b. ca. 1744 "possibly in Ireland"; d. 25 Mar 1808 Hopewell, N.B., 63 years. Married 1st Isabella GRIFFITH(S) chr. 1751, d. 17 Jan 1789 Newport Hants Co., Nova Scotia. Five children:
2 - George Griffith HAYWARD b. ca 1773 Ireland; d. 24 Nov 1856 Sussex, Kings Co., N.B. Married ca. 1797 Abigail COPP, dau. of David and Mary (PIKE) COPP, b. 17 Apr 1780 Horton, Kings Co. N.S. d. 13 Mar 1860 Sussex, Kings, N.B. Ten children:
2 - William HAYWARD b. ca. 1775 Ireland? d. 1850 Hopewell, N.B. M. Jane VIRGIE? ca. 1798.
2 - James HAYWARD b. 16 Dec 1785 Windsor Twp., Hants, N.S.; d. 3 Jul 1858 Goshen, N.B.; m. Elizabeth STEVENS 19 Oct 1808 (Elizabeth b. ca. 1790).
2 - Bruce Hunter HAYWARD bapt. Dec 1785 Windsor Twp. N.S.; d. Dec 1785 at birth.
2 - John HAYWARD b. 9 May 1787 Windsor Twp., N.S.; d. 1 May 1876 St. Cloud, Minn.; m. ca. 1811 Margaret SCHECK/SHECK.

2nd Marriage of Henry HAYWARD to Jane Mc_____ 15 Dec 1790. Jane died ca 1797 Windsor Twp, Hants, N.S. Three children:
2 - Catherine HAYWARD b. 20 Jan 1792 Windsor Twp, N.S.; d. Sussex, N.B.; m. Samuel MORTON 9 May 1816.
2 - Henry HAYWARD b. 27 Jul 1794 Windsor Twp, N.S.; petitioned for land in Sussex 1812.
2 - Mathew HAYWARD b. 14 Oct 1796 Windsor Twp., N.S.' m. Margaret______.

3rd marriage of Henry HAYWARD to Nancy COPP ca. 1803; 2 children:
2 - Sara HAYWARD b. 7 May 1804 Hopewell, N.B.
2 - Jonathan Copp HAYWARD chr. 1806 Hopewell, N.B.; lived in Amherst Co. N.S. in 1827; m. Sarah GOODWIN ca. 1827.

(4). Province of Nova Scotia (1785). [Henry Hayward land grant]. Halifax, Nova Scotia, Provincial Archives.
HENRY HAYWARD land grant [no petition found], 1785, 500 acres on Windsor Road, Hants, Nova Scotia.

(5). County of Hants, N. S. [Land records, HAYWARD and PIKE]. Windsor, Nova Scotiqa, Hants County Court House.
Records from Deed books in Hants County, Nova Scotia.
---BOOK 4, doc. 151, p.238 - 31 Mar 1784, for 125 James Boutineau Francklin sold to HENRY HAYWARD, trader, of Windsor, several parcels of land (acreage and location unspecified here, but see next).
---BOOK 5, doc. 58, p.127 - grantor HENRY HAYWARD et ux, Windsor, to grantees Leonard and Henry Misner, Lunenburg, for 15 plus 5 shillings for wife Isabella, sold 2 acres of land in Windsor originally purchased from James B. Francklin - on the Halifax Road abutting John Burnett's property {earlier transaction recorded in Book 4, doc.151, p. 238}.
---BOOK 6, doc.224, p.277 - 1 Nov 1797 for 170, HENRY & GEORGE HAYWARD of Ardoise Hill, farmers, sold to Lodowich and James Hunter, two lots: 500 acres, Lot 14 on the SW side of Windsor Road; and 1/4 of lot 50 in Newport, 100 acres.
---BOOK 6, doc. 248, p. 304 - HENRY HAYWARD, Ardoise, to Willam Suggat.
---BOOK 6, doc. 275, p.345 - HENRY HAYWARD, Ardoise Hill, to Henry Mariner.
---BOOK 6, doc. 452, p. 527 - Jeremiah Rigby to HENRY HAYWARD.
[NOTE: I think the details of the last three transactions are in another citation.]

(6). Hayward, G. G. and A. Hayward (1810). [Deed for first sale of Henry Hayward's land]. Moncton, New Brunswick, Westmorland County Land Registry Office.
20 Sep 1810 - George G. HAYWARD and wife Abigail (COPP) HAYWARD for 500 sold to James CLARK mariner of Onslow, Nova Scotia, 500 acres in Hopewell, New Brunswick. This was land originally purchased by Henry Hayward from the heirs of Asa Wickwire.
A condition of the sale: "Except the spot of ground on the knowl where the body of Henry Hayward deceased is buried is not to be plowed or broke up but the heirs has the privileges to erect a yard round the grave and keep it in repairs."

(7). Hayward, G. H. (1996). [E-mail regarding Henry Hayward and his Loyalist status].
"I am not a descendant of Henry, but several years ago when I was trying to
sort out my Hayward ancestors from some other New Brunswick Haywards I
corresponded with Rev. Dr. Spurgeon Crossman in Amherst, N.S. (now deceased
I believe), who was descended from Henry, and later with Eunice Franks in
Regina, Saskatchewan, who is also descended from Henry, but I did very
little research in primary sources.
" Rev. Dr. Crossman's notes said Henry Hayward had been an officer in a
British Regiment during the Revolutionary War, and removed in 1783 to Nova
Scotia with the Loyalists and settled at Windsor Road in Hants County. That
sounds as though he might have been a British Regular rather than a
Loyalist, but many in Canada refer to British regulars who settled here
following the War as Loyalists.
"My notes on Henry's son, George Griffith Hayward, say that he was born about
1773 in Ireland while his father was serving there in the British army, but
unfortunately I did not record the source of that information. This too
suggests that Henry may have been a British regular.
"Eunice (Hayward) Franks notes say that Henry Hayward appeared first in
Windsor Township, N.S., 31 Mar 1784 when he bought land from James Boutineau
Franklin, on the Windsor to Halifax Road, where he later obtained a grant of
500 acres "as a Loyalist." Her notes go on to say that contrary to numerous
older published accounts, it was not part of the City of Halifax, nor did he
abandon it as worthless but sold all of his land as recorded in deeds dated
2 Feb 1788, 1 Nov 1797, 17 Mar 1798 and 1 Apr 1798 in the Hants County Land
Registry Office in Windsor, N.S.
"Eunice's notes go on to say that Henry Hayward removed to Hopewell, Shepody
Bay, Albert Co., N.B. in 1800, confirmed by a deed dated 6 Oct 1800 and
recorded as No. 2025 in the Westmorland County Land Registry Office in
Moncton, N.B., for land purchased from the heirs of Asa Wickwire which land
was originally granted to William Daniels Sr. who was from New London, Conn.
"So my answer to your question, for what its worth, is that Henry Hayward was
probably sent to North America as a member of a British Regiment during the
Revolutionary War, was disbanded here at the close of the war, but would
probably not fit the United Empire Loyalists' Association of Canada
definition of a Loyalist.
"On the point of not being able to locate a petition for land submitted by
Henry Hayward, I am not familiar with Nova Scotia but in New Brunswick there
are no petitions by any of the military settlers of 1783/85 for their
original grant. The grants were in blocks to regiments. For example, Block 3
at Lower Queensbury to the Guides and Pioneers, Block 4 at Prince Willian to
the King's American Dragoons, etc. But there are petitions submitted by
military settlers who were dissatisfied with their allocation or who were
asking for additional land. So Henry Hayward may not have had to petition if
he received land for service to the King."

(8). Crossman, S. C. (1977). [Letter from Rev. Spurgeon C. Crossman regarding genealogy of Henry Hayward].
The following letter was found in the Saint John Regional Library, New Brunswick, from the Rev. Spurgeon C. Crossman. The receiver of the letter is not indicated.
85 Havelock St.
Amherst, N. S. B4H 3K8
November 30, 1977

Dear Sir,
"Some years ago I wrote to you re Hayward History and that the late Henry Hayward 1742-1808 whose tombstone and grave is at Mountville in Albert County is also my third great grandfather and I believe as you will see a United Empire Loyalist.
"He fought in the American Revolution of 1775-1781. He came and lived near Windsor, a Wesleyan. He moved from Nova Scotia to Albert County in New Brunswick where his son George Griffith later took over his farm at Hopewell, but later moved to Kings County.
"In "Buoy East" of April-May 1925 and page 63 it reads "The next division westerly was purchased by Henry Hayward from Nova Scotia."
"From the Public Archives of Nova Scotia I have, "I am sorry that we do not have a genealogy of the Hayward family. There is a land grant to Henry Hayward in 1784 at Windsor Road in Hants County, but unfortunately, there is no petition attached. We are sending you a reference to this from "Loyalist and Land Settlement in Nova Scotia."
"Also on slip sent from Public Archives concerning Hants County in list of grants we have Henry Hayward, Date 1785 Windsor Road with 500 acres, but as said not claimed. I have heard that this was a rocky section, therefore he moved to Albert County
"After the death of Henry Hayward, the rest moved to Kings County. His son James 1785-1858 became my second great grandfather. His son Jesse 1808-1891 became my great grandfather. His son William James 1836-1895 became my grandfather. His daughter Lillis Ann 1873-1949 became my mother and I, Rev.Dr. Spurgeon C. Crossman was born in 1907.
"I trust this information will straighten out some of the things which are lacking. My mother always said they were of United Empire Loyalist descent and back in those years there was money, belonging to the Haywards in England. Where might one find information concerning relatives in England? To whom would one write? Perhaps there I might find more information concerning this one, Henry Hayward."
Rev. Spurgeon C. Crossman Th. D.

(9). Ford, W. C. (1894). British officers serving in America 1754-1774. Boston, MA, Self-published.
No HAYWARDS listed as British officers serving in America prior to Revolutionary War, but the following that might have a relationship:
- Henry HOWARTH, Lieut. 15th Regiment; commissioned 29 Sep 1757.
-William HOWARD, Capt., 17th Regiment; commissioned 22 Nov 1756.

(10). Franks, E. (1991). "Three Albert County cemeteries." Generations(49): 61-64.
Grave on Shepody Bay, near Hopewell Hill, Albert Co, New Brunswick, in a corner of a pasture above Highway #114 and the railway, on land now owned by Lloyd and Francis Tucker. This was Henry HAYWARD's land when he was buried there. Inscription: In Memory of Henry Hayward who departed this life March 25, 1808 in the 63 year of his age.
Henry Hayward came to Hopewell from the Windsor area, East Hants Co., Nova Scotia, about 1800. He is listed in the 1803 census of Hopewell as having no wife, three children over 10, and 1 child under 10.

(11). Hale, R. W. (1989). Early New Brunswick probate records. Bowie, Maryland, Heritage Books.
P.206 - Henry HAYWARD, Hopewell Parish, Westmorland Co; will dated 13 Feb 1808, proved 11 May 1808. Gave wife Nancy 50; names sons Jonathan Copp HAYWARD, George HAYWARD, William HAYWARD, James HAYWARD, John HAYWARD, Henry HAYWARD, and Matthew HAYWARD; names daus. Sarah HAYWARD and Catherine HAYWARD. Son George HAYWARD and Robert Dickson, both of Hopewell, executors.

(12). Hants County, N. S. Hants County deed index. Salt Lake City, Utah, Latter Days Saints.
Grantor Grantee Book Document Page

J.B.Franklin Henry Hayward 4 151 238
Henry & L. & H. James 6 224 277
Geo.Hayward
H. Hayward Wm. Suggat 6 248 304
H. Hayward Henry Mariner 6 275 345
Benj.Wilcox Henry Hayward 6 221 275
J.Rigby Henry Hayward 6 452 527

#6-22l - George Hayward of Windsor bought l00 acres
in Newport 6 Jan 1797
#6-224 - George and Henry Hayward of Ardoise Hill,
Hants, farmer, sold 500 acres in Newport (wives not
mentioned on deed) 1 Nov 1797
#6-248 - Henry Hayward sold land 1 Apr 1798
#6-275 - Henry Hayward sold land 17 Mar 1798
#6-452 - Henry Hayward bought land 8 Jul 1785
#4-151 - Henry Hayward bought land 31 Mar 1784; he
was called a "trader" in the deed.

(13). Kinnie, D. (1983). "Single gravestone near highway." New Brunswick Genealogical Society Bulletin(16).
Single gravestone near highway, Mount Ville, Albert County, N.B. - "In memory of Henry Hayward, who departed this life, March 25th 1808 in the 63rd year of his age."

(14). Sewell, B. (1979). "List of inhabitants, Township of Hopewell, 1803." Generations (New Brunswick Genealogical Society)(2): 20-22.
1803 Inhabitants of Hopewell Township, New Brunswick
-Henry HAYWARD - 1 man, 3 over 10, 1 under 10.

(15). Smith, C. N. (1994). Whereabouts of some American refugees, 1784-1800: the Nova Scotia land grants. Part 3. McNeal, AZ, Westland Publications.
Henry HAYWARD - Nova Scotia land grant 1785 - Hants Co., Windsor Road - 500 acres.

(16). Anonymous (1894). (Samuel McCully/Hayward information, Sussex, N.B.). Kings County Record. Sussex, New Brunswick.
HAYWARD family - (1)Henry HAYWARD [incorrectly called William in this article] was an officer in the British Army, came to Nova Scotia after "the peace of 1783, received a grant of land [author not sure if it was at Halifax or Windsor - it was Windsor]. He moved to Hopewell, N. B. early in the 1800s.

(17). M. B. Wheeler. 1998. [Information on Henry Hayward]. e-mail <mb@thewheelers.com>.
Hayward-British Army>NS>NB, Canada
Posted by Mary Beth Wheeler on July 30, 1998 at 14:56:39:

Am tracking the family of Henry Hayward, b.@1745, possibly in west Norfolk, Eng. - he was a soldier in the 54th Norfolk Regiment, British Army...discharged at Staten Island, NY Nov. 1783; went first to Windsor, Hants Co., Nova Scotia then to Hopewell, Albert Co., New Brunswick. Have located his military record from1770 when he was stationed at Co. Longford and later Dublin, IR. May have married there - eldest son George bapt. March 1774 at St. Paul's Dublin - I have baptismal record. Have much info to share on this family, including descendants in Canada as well as US....

(18). M. B. Wheeler. 1998. [Information on Henry Hayward]. e-mail <GCRF69B@prodigy.com>. 7 Dec 1998.
" My husband is a direct descendant of Henry Hayward [and his first(?) wife] through his son, John, who came to ME and, eventually, to MN where he died. Our two biggest "finds" on this family were: (1) I obtained a copy of the Certificate of Registry of Baptism for son George Hayward from St.Paul's, Dublin where he was baptized on 20 March 1774 and (2) my husband and I went to the Public Record Office, London, tracked various regiments and finally located Henry as a member of the 54th Regiment of Foot, British Army - my notes include all the details!"

"Jane [2nd wife of Henry HAYWARD] may have been daughter of/sister to Loyalist John McColla/MacColla granted 750 acres (where?); bought 500 acres in Hants Co., NS in 1792; Justice of the Peace, Hants Co. 1794; lived Rawdon @1792 and Windsor @1800; Sheriff of Hants Co, 1802-10; married Eunice @1772; she died 27 Jan. 1812 & is buried at Old Parish Burying Ground, Windsor, NS. He born Ireland, died Windsor 10 Oct. 1837. (From "Rawdon & Douglas - Two Loyalist Townships in Nova Scotia," John Victor Duncanson, Mike Publishers, Belleville, Ont., 1898, pages 295-96).............." [NOTE: Jane would have been too old to be a dau., but not bad for a sister.]

"I do have information regarding the three children of Jane with Henry .....

a) Catherine md. Samuel Morton and d. 28 March 1877 - see my database for all the children and details <www.thewheelers.com>;

b) Henry, Jr married but little further is known of him: Provincial Archives of N.B., RS 108, "Land Petitions," Henry Hayward and 10 others petition for land in the Parish of Sussex, Kings Co., N.B., January 31, 1820. In that petition, Henry states that he is 25 years old, born in Nova Scotia and "has always resided in Nova Scotia or New Brunswick."
He asked for 300 acres. If he ever married, it was after the date of this Petition; and c) Matthew md. Margaret (___) and had a child; nothing else known: he was mentioned in his father's will and received an eighth, to be granted after he came of age; Provincial Archives of N.B., RS 108, "Land Petitions," Matthew Hayward and 10 others petition for land in the Parish of Sussex, Kings Co., N.B., 31 January 1820. In that petition, Matthew states that he is 23 years old with a wife and one child, "has ever resided in Nova Scotia or New Brunswick," and asked for 500 acres."

 

(19). M. B. Wheeler. 1999. [Military record of Henry Hayward]. e-mail <GCRF69B@prodigy.com>. 19 Jan 1999.
FROM: Mary Beth Wheeler, 51 Darren Drive, Martinsville, NJ 08836.
"As to Henry [HAYWARD] military records: my husband and I spent two days at the Public Record Office, Kew, pouring through original regimental reports to get the information regarding Henry. Nothing is in any "summarized" form except what's in my notes gathered from that research.
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Henry Hayward was a foot solder in the British Army 54th Regiment of Foot, later known as the West Norfolk Regiment. He first appears on the regimental muster roll of Capt. George T. Ridsdale's Company, under Major General Mariscoe Frederick for the period 1 April 1770 - 30 June 1770. That report is dated 31 July 1770 at Granard (today, County Longford, Republic of Ireland). The original quarterly muster roll reports for the 54th are missing for the period Dec. 1767 through 31 March 1770; a check back through all reports from 26 Dec. 1766 to Dec. 1767 failed to locate him. As a result, we can only say that Pvt. Henry Hayward joined the 54th Regiment of Foot sometime between Dec. 1767 and 1 April 1770.
The movements of Henry Hayward's company of 54th Foot can be traced from the above period through his discharge 21 August 1783, shown in the report of 9 Oct. 1783 dated at Staten Island, NY, when he was a member of Capt. Carr Thomas Brackenbury's Company. Following is a listing of all regimental muster roll reports of the 54th on which Henry's name appears, read at the Public Record Office, Kew, July, 1997 [WO 12/6398 (1760-1777) & WO 12/6399 (1778-1798)]. The location of the regiment in Ireland during 1774 is consistent with the baptismal certificate I obtained for son George, baptized at St. Paul's, Dublin on 20 march 1774:

COMMANDING OFFICER
REPORTING PERIOD REPORT DATE PLACE
Henry Heyward Capt. Geo. T. Ridsdale 1 Apr 1770-30 June 1770
31 July 1770 Granard (Co. Longford, Ireland)
GAP IN RECORDS - August 1770 through April 1774
Henry Haywood same 1 April 1774-30 June 1774 5 Aug 1774 Cork
same same 1 July 1774-30 Sept 1774 6 Oct 1774 same
same same 1 Oct 1774-31 Dec 1774 2 Jan 1775 same
Note: Marked next to Henry's name: "furlough"
same same 1 Jan 1775-31 Mar 1775 1 Apr 1775 same
same same 1 Apr 1775- 30 June 1775 17 Jul 1775 Dingle (Co. Kerry, Ireland)
Note: Marked next to Henry's name: "on command"
Henry Hayward Capt. John Gordon 1 Jul 1775-30 Sept 1775
3 Nov 1775 same
Hen. Hayward Capt. John Breese 1 Oct 1775-9 Jan 1776
9 Jan 1776 "On Board the Lord North Transport"
Note: other companies of the 54th were also at sea at this time;
other reports from "Cork Harbour"
Henry Heywood Capt. John Breese 11 Jan 1776-24 June 1776
11 Aug 1776 Staten Island
Note: Marked next to Henry's name: "duty"
Hen. Hayward same 23 June 1776-24 Dec 1776
20 Dec 1776 Rhode Island
Note: Marked next to Henry's name: "transferred to Capt. Rannie 25 Dec 1776"
Hen. Haywood Capt. Robert Rannie 25 Dec 1776-27 June 1777
20 Oct 1778 Camp Rhode Island
Note: Marked next to Henry's name: "received from Capt. Breese 25 Dec 1776." Note also the large gap between time periods reported and date of report. This was during the war and the reports were later and covered longer time periods.
Henery Haywood Capt. Robert Rannie 25 June 1777-24 Dec 1777
20 Oct 1778 Rhode Island
Note: Marked next to Capt. Rannie's name: "died 17 Aug 1777"
Henry Haywood Capt. William Bunbury 25 Dec 1777
-24 June 1778 20 Oct 1778 Rhode Island
Henry Hayward same 25 June 1778-24 Dec 1778
6 Sept 1779 New York Island
Note: Marked next to Henry's name: "duty"
same same 25 Dec 1778-24 June 1779 6 Sept 1779 New York Island
Note: Marked next to Henry's name: "duty"
same same 25 June 1779-24 Dec 1779 21 April 1780 New Town, Long Island
Note: Marked next to Capt. Bunbury's name: "retired 9 Sept 1779"
Henery Hayward Capt. John Andre 25 Dec 1779-24 June 1780
16 Jul 1780 Paulus Hook
Note: Marked next to Henry's name: "duty"
Henery Hayward same 25 June 1780-24 Dec 1780
2 Jan 1781 same
Note: Marked next to Henry's name: "on duty"
Henry Hayward Capt. Carr Thomas Brackenbury 25 Dec 1780-24 June 1781 7 July 1781 same
Note: Marked next to Henry's name: "on duty"
Note: Marked next to Capt. Brackenbury's name: "commissioned 1 Apr 1781"
Henry Hayward same 25 June 1781-24 Dec 1781
11 Jan 1782 Flushing, Long Island
Note: Marked next to Henry's name: "duty"
Henry Hayward same 25 Dec 1781-24 June 1782
19 Jul 1782 Bedford Hgts.
Note: Marked next to Henry's name: "duty"
Henry Hayward same 25 June 1782-24 Dec 1782
31 Dec 1782 Magowens Pass, New York Island
Henry Hayward same 25 Dec 1782-24 June 1783
7 Jul 1783 Staten Island
Henry Hayward same 25 June 1783-24 Aug 1783
9 Oct 1783 Staten Island
Note: Marked next to Henry's name, now listed in far right column: "discharged
21 Aug 1783"

After his discharge in August, 1783 at Staten Island, NY, Henry likely stayed in New York for a short time, arranging transport to Canada along with other dischargees and Loyalists. He may have departed by November 25 of that year when the British made their main evacuation from New York. Son George, in a land grant petition of 1820, refers to his having been living in Nova Scotia and "in this Province" (of Canada?) since 1783.
Henry was granted 500 acres of land at Windsor Road, Windsor Township, Hants Co., NS, but no record of the petition for a land grant has been located by me or other Hayward researchers. "Loyalists & Land Settlement in Nova Scotia," Marion Gilroy, 1937 and "Whereabouts of Some American Refugees, 1784-1800, The Nova Scotian Land Grants," Clifford Neal Smith, 1994 confirms Henry's grant of 500 acres in 1785 at Windsor Road, Hants Co., NS. He is also listed in the 1791 Poll Tax in Windsor Township, occupation: weaver. He lived there from at least 31 March 1784 to 1798-1800 when he moved to Hopewell Parish, Westmoreland, Co., New Brunswick, Canada. The cloth industry was prominent in Norfolk Co., England; perhaps Henry's occupation as weaver reflects his Norfolk heritage (?)
The first mention of Henry in New Brunswick (NB) records is the registration of a land deed in Hopewell/Shepody, Westmorland Co., New Brunswick, Canada in 1800. The area to which he moved had been settled by the Acadians and been cleared of forest, marshes diked, etc. It was also an area which had more land available for grants for all Henry's sons, as well as being close to markets, nearer the sea.
It is believed that Henry married at least three times and fathered children with each of his wives. His first wife was called "Catherine" on the baptismal certificate of her son George at Dublin, Ireland 20 March 1774. A deed signed by Henry and "Izzy" in Nova Scotia seems to indicate that either Catherine was known as Izzy/Isabella or, perhaps, that he'd married a second time (and twice later). In 1806, about 2 years before his death, he deeded one half of his farm to his eldest son, George G. He died 25 March 1808 in Hopewell Parish, Westmorland Co., New Brunswick, Canada. His will provides for his wife Nancy and all his children. He is buried on a knoll on what was his own land at Shepody Mount/Mountville in Hopewell. I have a photo of his tombstone; it is the only one on the site. It reads: "In Memory of Henry Hayward who Departed this Life
March 25, 1808 in the 63 Year of his Age."

(20). M. B. Wheeler. 1999. [Information on Henry Hayward]. e-mail <GCRF69B@prodigy.com>. 30 Jan 1999.
From: Mary Beth Wheeler:I received your packet of materials in the mail yesterday and have been
poring over them. I thought before I got much further I'd start jotting down notes, comments, and questions below as I read.....

1) As to the name of Henry's first(?) wife - it is clearly Catherine on the 1774 baptism record and clearly Isabell/Izzy on some NS records (you note one in land records in 1784). I cannot rule out the possibility that these were different women entirely, esp. when you note the gaps in ages between 2nd child William, b. @1777 and James b. 1785. Eunice Franks once told me that there was a family tradition that a wife of Henry had died in Brooklyn and decided that it was likely Brooklyn, Hants Co., NS. However, Henry's regiment was stationed in NY during the Revolution and it's not impossible that a wife died in Brooklyn, NY. This is almost impossible to document in any way - I've done some checking into wives of enlisted men traveling with the army (they did), but virtually no record of them was kept. Note, too, that son George named his second daughter Catherine (and his last Isabella! - can't win!).
Similarly, that any of his wives were surnamed "Griffiths" is wholly speculation on the part of other researchers, theorized only because of George's "middle name" which, as we've seen, he was not christened with . There is a bit of a house of cards here that I think requires some distance.

2) Interesting that Henry Hayward mentioned nothing of/left nothing to children of any of his wives by any previous husbands of theirs....while not unusual, especially since he had a large family of his own children, it it not uncommon to at least see the children of wives mentioned....

3) I never saw a son of Henry named "Bruce Hunter" born 1785, likely a twin to James, died at birth, per K.E. Kanner, Early Families Revisited, Moncton, New Brunswick (1993). I wonder where this record came from? With a middle name and called Bruce, not a name repeated in this family, I wonder.....

Another item worth thinking about is that Jane & Henry named a son Matthew - this is not a Hayward name per se; he is the only one I have out of hundreds & hundreds of Haywards...is Matthew a McCully name?

(21). E. M. Franks. 1996. [Jonathan Copp family - Henry Hayward connection]. letter. 26 July 1996.
Mrs. Eunice M. Franks [210-193 Lockwood Road, Regina, Saskatchewan S4S 6G9] wrote the following in a letter to us about Copps, McCullys and Haywards:
"I do not know any more about Henry's [HAYWARD] sec. wife Jane (McCall?); the records were old, and the Microfilm was very poor - even Archivist at Halifax could not make it out clearly - so spell. is only a guess.
"Henry Hayward married 3rd Nancy (Ann) Copp (a cousin of her, Abigail, married Henry's oldest son, G. G. Hayward).Abigail was d/o David Copp and Mary (May) Pike of Horton, N. S., then Westmorland Co., N. B. Ann (Nancy) Copp was d/o Jonathan Copp and Elizabeth Anderson. I think Nancy re-married a KEILLOR of Westmorland Co. Her father Jonathan Copp died before 19 June 1822, when his will was probated. He left sons Daniel, Samuel, Chandler, James, and grandson Jonathan Copp (son of deceased son John), and two daughters, Ann KEILOR (probably "Nancy", married 2nd) and one other dau. Mary, married a WILBUR.
"Nancy Copp married Henry Hayward (his 3rd marriage) at Hopewell; she was very young - . ca 1803, he about 58 years old (died 25 March 1808). Dau. Sarah Hayward b. 7 May 1804; son Jonathan Copp Hayward b. ca 1806. Ann (Nancy) probably remarried ca. 1809/10 ___ KEILLOR."

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First wife of HENRY HAYWARD
ISABELLA GRIFFITH [Note: there is some question as to whether or not she was Henry Hayward's first wife -may have been 2nd - and whether her name was actually GRIFFITH]
Birth: 1751
Death: 17 Jan 1789, Newport, Hants Co., Nova Scotia

Children: George Griffith (ca1773-1856)
William (ca1767-1849)
James (1785-1858)
Bruce Hunter (1785-1785)
John (1787-1876)

Other spouses Jane McCulloh, Nancy Ann Copp

 

2 - GEORGE GRIFFITH HAYWARD [Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1773, Ireland (baptized 20 March 1774)
Death: 24 Nov 1856, Sussex, Kings Co., New Brunswick

REFERENCES:
(1). Kanner, K. E. (1993). Early families revisited. Moncton, New Brunswick, Privately published.
1. Henry HAYWARD
2 - George Griffith HAYWARD b. ca 1773 Ireland; d. 24 Nov 1856 Sussex, Kings Co., N.B. Married ca. 1797 Abigail COPP, dau. of David and Mary (PIKE) COPP, b. 17 Apr 1780 Horton, Kings Co. N.S. d. 13 Mar 1860 Sussex, Kings, N.B. Ten children:
3 - David HAYWARD b. 14 Jan 1799 Newport, N.S.; d. 28 Sep 1886 Sussex, N.B.; m. 25 Jan 1821 Sarah McCULLY.
3 - Humphrey HAYWARD b. 1801 Newport, N.S.; d. 18 Sept 1854 Sussex, N.B.; m. 1st Sarah GRAVES 20 Mar 1823; m 2nd Hannah KETCHUM 10 May 1838.
3 - Mary HAYWARD b. 21 Jun 1803 Hopewell, N.B.; d. 20 Apr 1894 Sussex, N.B.; m 1st Xenophon COUGLE 17 Feb 1820; m 2nd Thomas McCLELLAN.
3 - Catherine HAYWARD b. 1805 Hopewell, N.B.; d. 10 Apr 1864 St. John, N.B.; m. Isaac CLEVELAND 18 Dec 1823.
3 - Henry HAYWARD b. 28 Mar 1808 Hopewell, N.B.; d. 5 Feb 1877 Sussex, N.B.; m. Frances PARLEE m. 30 Jun 1830.
3 - William HAYWARD b. 25 Dec 1810 Hopewell, N.B.; d. 10 Mar 1881 Sussex, N.B.; m. Sophia GUIMARIO 2 Jul 1831; m 2nd Mary HAGERTY c. 1850.
3 - Abigail HAYWARD b. ca. 1813 Sussex, N.B.; d. 10 Jun 1833 Sussex, N.B.; m. Rev. Michael PICKLES 5 Jul 1832.
3 - Sarah HAYWARD b. ca 1815 Sussex; d. 8 Dec 1830, age 15.
3 - Jane HAYWARD b. ca. 1820 Sussex; d. St. John, N.B.;
m. William PUGSLEY 23 Jan 1841.
3 - Isabella HAYWARD b. ca 1823 Sussex; d. fall 1881 St. John, N.B.; m. 1st Dr.David McLELLAN; m 2nd Joseph COUGLE.

(2). Provincial Archives, N. B. (1820). [Vital records contained in crown land grant, Kings County, New Brunswick]. Fredericton, New Brunswick, Provincial Archives.
A 31 Jan 1820 petition for lands at Sussexvale, Kings County, N.B. contained the following vital statistics about the petitioners.
-George HAYWARD - b. Ireland - age 45 - lived in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick since 1783 - wife and 8 children.

(3). New Brunswick Archives (Miscellaneous New Brunswick land records). Salt Lake City, Utah, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
QUIT RENT LIST FOR KINGS COUNTY, 1832 - George G. Hayward 900 acres; Samuel McCully 185 acres; Thomas Wallace 140 acres; Thomas Wallis 70 acres.

(4). New Brunswick Provincial Archives (1856). Will of George Griffith Hayward, yeoman. Fredericton, New Brunswick, Provincial Archives.
TheWill of George Griffith Hayward, yeoman, Sussex Parish, Kings Co., New Brunswick - 23 Aug 1856.
1. Debts to be paid first.
2. To wife Abigail 40 yearly; sons Henry and William to each pay 20/year as long as she lives, as long as she doesn't remarry and ask for dowry. Also to Abigail, the use of her and George's house, yard, furniture, etc., as long as she lives.
3. To son David the two lots currently in his possession: lot 14 (260 acres) and lot B (140 acres), plus all buildings and improvements.
4. To grandson Handford Hayward, son of late Humphrey Hayward, the lot Humphrey had that George had purchased from James McAffie; Handford to pay 15 for it, to go to William Morton (Norton?), son of Samuel Morton.
5. To son Henry lot #58 bounded on the west by land George bought from Philip Force, on the north by Trout Creek, and on the east by Mrs. Bowser's land - 200 acres.
Also to Henry, 200 acres of lot 57 which George purchased from Philip Force, except for that part reserved for Abigail's use until she dies; then it goes to Henry.
6. To son William the hill land purchased from John Hennigar and Samuel - William must pay off the 158 mortgage. Also William gets 90 acres of lot 57 currently in his possession.
7. Sons Henry and William to divide equally the land on Salmon River purchased from Jacob Snider.
8. To daughters Mary (wife of Thomas McLellan), Jane (wife of William Pugsley), and Isabella (wife of Dr. David McLellan), 100 each, payable 10 per year.
9. To daughter Catherine (wife of Isaac Cleveland), 60, payable 10 per year.
10. To granddaughter Sarah Frances (wife of Gilbert Davidson) 1 cow, 10 sheep, and (after Abigail's death) household furnishings.
11. To St. John District Church of Eastern British America, in trust to support a Wesleyan mission in Africa - 50, payable 5 yearly. Also 50 for a fund to support worn-out ministers, payable 5 yearly.
12. Son Henry gets any remainder of the estate.
Henry and William Hayward were made executors; witnesses to the will were Robert McCully, Hugh Teakles, and Clark Teakles. A property inventory done 5 Dec 1856 showed the estate valued at 4311+, 4150 of it in real estate.

(5). County of Hants, N. S. [Land records, HAYWARD and PIKE]. Windsor, Nova Scotia, Hants County Court House.
Records from Deed books in Hants County, Nova Scotia.
---BOOK 6, doc. 221, p.275 - 6 Jan 1797 from Benjamin Wilcox of Newport for 25 to GEORGE HAYWARD of Windsor, yeoman - land in Newport, 100 acres, 1/4 of Lot #50. Witnessed: Peleg Sanford, Stephen Wilcox.
---BOOK 6, doc.224, p.277 - 1 Nov 1797 for 170, HENRY & GEORGE HAYWARD of Ardoise Hill, farmers, sold to Lodowich and James Hunter, two lots: 500 acres, Lot 14 on the SW side of Windsor Road; and 1/4 of lot 50 in Newport, 100 acres.

(6). Hayward, G. G. and A. Hayward (1810). [Deed for first sale of Henry Hayward's land]. Moncton, New Brunswick, Westmorland County Land Registry Office.
20 Sep 1810 - George G. HAYWARD and wife Abigail (COPP) HAYWARD for 500 sold to James CLARK mariner of Onslow, Nova Scotia, 500 acres in Hopewell, New Brunswick. This was land originally purchased by Henry Hayward from the heirs of Asa Wickwire.
A condition of the sale: "Except the spot of ground on the knowl where the body of Henry Hayward deceased is buried is not to be plowed or broke up but the heirs has the privileges to erect a yard round the grave and keep it in repairs."

(7). Hants County, N. S. Hants County deed index. Salt Lake City, Utah, Latter Days Saints.
Grantor Grantee Book Document Page

J.B.Franklin Henry Hayward 4 151 238
Henry & L. & H. James 6 224 277
Geo.Hayward
H. Hayward Wm. Suggat 6 248 304
H. Hayward Henry Mariner 6 275 345
Benj.Wilcox Henry Hayward 6 221 275
J.Rigby Henry Hayward 6 452 527

#6-22l - George Hayward of Windsor bought l00 acres
in Newport 6 Jan 1797
#6-224 - George and Henry Hayward of Ardoise Hill,
Hants, farmer, sold 500 acres in Newport (wives not
mentioned on deed) 1 Nov 1797
#6-248 - Henry Hayward sold land 1 Apr 1798
#6-275 - Henry Hayward sold land 17 Mar 1798
#6-452 - Henry Hayward bought land 8 Jul 1785
#4-151 - Henry Hayward bought land 31 Mar 1784; he
was called a "trader" in the deed.

(8). Sewell, B. (1979). "List of inhabitants, Township of Hopewell, 1803." Generations (New Brunswick Genealogical Society)(2): 20-22.
1803 Inhabitants of Hopewell Township, New Brunswick
-George HAYWARD - 1 man, 3 over 10, 1 under 10.

(9). Aiton, G. (1967). The story of Sussex and vicinity. Sussex, New Brunswick, Kings County Historical Society.
p.51. George G. Hayward, a Loyalist whose father was an officer in the Revolutionary War. His father had moved the family from the Halifax area to Albert County, New Brunswick. George operated mills in Dutch Valley. He was Church of England, but became Methodist (newly-formed church) when his daughter Abigail married the Methodist minister, Rev. Michael Pickles. Another daughter married "the first" William Pugsley.

(10). New Brunswick Archives (Miscellaneous New Brunswick land records). Salt Lake City, Utah, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
QUIT RENT LIST FOR KINGS COUNTY, 1832 - George G. Hayward 900 acres; Samuel McCully 185 acres; Thomas Wallace 140 acres; Thomas Wallis 70 acres.

(11). Provincial Archives, N. B. (1820). [Vital records contained in crown land grant, Kings County, New Brunswick]. Fredericton, New Brunswick, Provincial Archives.
A 31 Jan 1820 petition for lands at Sussexvale, Kings County, N.B. contained the following vital statistics about the petitioners.
George HAYWARD - b. Ireland - age 45 - lived in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick since 1783 - wife and 8 children.

(12). Anonymous (1894). (Samuel McCully/Hayward information, Sussex, N.B.). Kings County Record. Sussex, New Brunswick.
HAYWARD family - (1)Henry HAYWARD [incorrectly called William in this article] was an officer in the British Army, came to Nova Scotia after "the peace of 1783, received a grant of land [author not sure if it was at Halifax or Windsor - it was Windsor]. He moved to Hopewell, N. B. early in the 1800s.
(2) Eldest son George Griffith HAYWARD m. Abigail COPP, dau. of "Capt. COPP" of Lower Hopewell, in Nova Scotia, had two or three children before moving to Hopewell, N. B. They stayed at Hopewell until March 1811, then sold his land to "Mr. CLARK" grandfather of Mrs. Robert [Lavinia] McCULLY, and moved to Sussex. In Sussex bought 400 acres [lots 57 and 58] from Philip and William Force [who were Loyalists from PA - they and others from Sussex got the "Nigary (Niagara?) fever" and returned to "the States"]. George and Abigail were Wesleyan church members, but George was instrumental in bringing the first Methodist minister Rev. Michael PICKLES, and contributed to the building of the Methodist church in Sussex in 1830. George died 24 Nov 1856; Abigail d. 13 Mar 1860.

(13). M. B. Wheeler. 1998. [Information on Henry Hayward]. e-mail <GCRF69B@prodigy.com>. 7 Dec 1998.
" My husband is a direct descendant of Henry Hayward [and his first(?) wife] through his son, John, who came to ME and, eventually, to MN where he died. A big find on this family was: I obtained a copy of the Certificate of Registry of Baptism for son George Hayward from St.Paul's, Dublin where he was baptized on 20 March 1774."

Wife of GEORGE GRIFFITH HAYWARD
ABIGAIL COPP [daughter of David COPP and Mary PIKE]
Birth: 17 Apr 1780, Horton, Kings Co., Nova Scotia
Death: 13 Mar 1860, Sussex, Kings Co., New Brunswick
Father: David Copp (1752-1817)
Mother: Mary Pike
Marr: ca 1797

Children: David (1799-1886)
Humphrey (1801-1854)
Mary (1803-1894)
Catherine (1805-1864)
Henry (1808-1877)
William (1810-1881)
Abigail (ca1813-1833)
Sarah (ca1815-1830)
Jane (ca1820-)
Isabella (ca1823-1881)

3 - DAVID HAYWARD [George Griffith-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: 14 Jan 1799, Newport, Hants Co., Nova Scotia
Death: 28 Sep 1886, Sussex, Kings Co., New Brunswick

REFERENCES:
(1). New Brunswick Provincial Archives (1856). Will of George Griffith Hayward, yeoman. Fredericton, New Brunswick, Provincial Archives.
TheWill of George Griffith Hayward, yeoman, Sussex Parish, Kings Co., New Brunswick - 23 Aug 1856.
-To son David the two lots currently in his possession: lot 14 (260 acres) and lot B (140 acres), plus all buildings and improvements.

(2). Cusack, R. M. (Undated). Yesteryear, Kings County marriages: Register A, 1812-1844. Saint John, New Brunswick, Self-published.
Marriages in Kings County, New Brunswick
-David HAYWARD, Sussex farmer, and Sarah McCULLY, Sussex, 25 Jan. 1821; witnesses Robert COLPITTS, and William TEAKLES.

(3). Anonymous (1894). (Samuel McCully/Hayward information, Sussex, N.B.). Kings County Record. Sussex, New Brunswick.
David Hayward, Sarah's McCully's husband, was the eldest son of Samuel and Sarah [Hoar] McCully's nearest neighbor. For two years after they were married, David and Sarah lived with David's father, who then bought for them a 500 acre farm on Smith's Creek [deed 2 Dec 1822]. They lived together there for 47 years.

WIFE OF DAVID HAYWARD
SARAH McCULLY [dau. of Samuel McCULLY and Sarah HOAR]
Birth: 19 Nov 1800, Hopewell, Albert Co., New Brunswick
Death: 19 Apr 1894, Penobsquis, Kings Co., New Brunswick
Father: Samuel McCully (1764-1853)
Mother: Sarah Hoar (1775-1860)
Marr: 25 Jan 1821, Sussex, Kings Co., New Brunswick

Children: Mariam (1822-1842)
Susannah (1824-)
Abigail
William Henry (1829-)
Elizabeth (1835-)
Samuel (1838-)

4. MARIAM HAYWARD [David-3, George Griffith-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: 25 Jul 1822, Sussex Vale, Kings Co., New Brunswick
Death: 7 Nov 1842

REFERENCE:
(1). Anonymous (1894). (Samuel McCully/Hayward information, Sussex, N.B.). Kings County Record. Sussex, New Brunswick.
-Mariam HAYWARD b. Sussex, N. B. 25 Jul 1822; m. James W. NOWLAN of Smith Creek on 7 Mar 1840; d. 7 Nov 1842; two children, dau. Louisa M. NOWLAN [living in Boston, MA], and son David NOWLAN, who died when about 2 years old.

Spouse: JAMES W. NOWLAN
Marr: 7 Mar 1840

Children: David (ca1841-1842)
Louisa (ca1842-)

5. DAVID NOWLAN [Hayward line: Mariam-4, David-3, George G.-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1841
Death: 1842

5 - LOUISA NOWLAN [Mariam-4, David-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1842

4 - SUSANNAH HAYWARD [David-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: 29 Aug 1824

REFERENCE:
(1). Anonymous (1894). (Samuel McCully/Hayward information, Sussex, N.B.). Kings County Record. Sussex, New Brunswick.
-Susannah HAYWARD b. 29 Aug 1824; m. 26 Oct 1846 William WARWICK, merchant, formerly from Saint John, but died 25 Oct 1890 Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia; Susannah alive 1894, living with dau. Minnie {WARWICK} LINTON in Truro, N. S. Other child, Orlando H. WARWICK a merchant in Saint John, N. B.

SPOUSE: WILLIAM WARWICK
Death: 25 Oct 1890, Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia
Marr: 26 Oct 1846

Children: Orlando H.
Minnie

5 - ORLANDO H. WARWICK [Hayward line: Susannah-4, David-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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5 - MINNIE WARWICK [Susannah-4, David-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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SPOUSE: W. F. LINTON

4 - ABIGAIL HAYWARD [David-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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SPOUSE: JAMES W. NOWLAN
Marr: 12 Jun 1851

Children: Oscar L.
Celia E.
H. T.
Hedley V.
Edwin C.
Rozell H.
Laura E.
Helen Ida (ca1865-1884)
Eva Irene (ca1869-1889)

5 - OSCAR L. NOWLAN [Hayward line: Abigail-4, David-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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5 - CELIA E. NOWLAN [Abigail-4, David-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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5 - H. T. NOWLAN [Abigail-4, David-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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5 - HEDLEY V. NOWLAN [Abigail-4, David-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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5 - EDWIN C. NOWLAN [Abigail-4, David-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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5 - ROZELL H. NOWLAN [Abigail-4, David-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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5 - LAURA E. NOWLAN [Abigail-4, David-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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5 - HELEN IDA NOWLAN [Abigail-4, David-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1865
Death: 6 Dec 1884

5 - EVA IRENE NOWLAN [Abigail-4, David-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1869
Death: 25 Jun 1889

4 - WILLIAM HENRY HAYWARD [David-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: 10 Sep 1829

REFERENCE:
(1). Anonymous (1894). (Samuel McCully/Hayward information, Sussex, N.B.). Kings County Record. Sussex, New Brunswick.
-William Henry HAYWARD b. 10 Sep 1829; m. 21 Apr 1857 Augusta M. PARLEE, dau. of Zachariah PARLEE of Smiths Creek, New Brunswick; one son, Harvey P. HAYWARD in business with father in Saint John, N. B.

SPOUSE: AUGUSTA MARY PARLEE
Father: ZACHARIAH PARLEE
Mother: FANNY MATILDA PERKINS
Marr: 21 Apr 1857

Children: Harvey P.

5 - HARVEY P. HAYWARD [William H.-4, David-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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4 - ELIZABETH HAYWARD [David-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: 10 Jan 1835

REFERENCE:
(1). Anonymous (1894). (Samuel McCully/Hayward information, Sussex, N.B.). Kings County Record. Sussex, New Brunswick.
-Elizabeth HAYWARD b. 10 Jan 1835; m. 4 Feb 1856 to John MURRAY of Penobsquis, N. B. Children named.

SPOUSE: JOHN MURRAY
Marr: 4 Feb 1856

Children: David H.
Ada S.
Nettie A.
Irvine E.
Elizabeth A.

5 - DAVID H. MURRAY [Elizabeth-4, David-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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Spouse: AGNES A. KEITH
Father: WILLIAM KEITH

5 - ADA S. MURRAY [Elizabeth-4, David-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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Spouse: LEONARD ALLISON

5 - NETTIE A. MURRAY [Elizabeth-4, David-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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5 - IRVINE E. MURRAY [Elizabeth-4, David-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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5 - ELIZABETH A. MURRAY [Elizabeth-4, David-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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Spouse: GEORGE T. BASKIN
Marr: 8 Jun 1893

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4 - SAMUEL HAYWARD [David-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: 11 Apr 1838

REFERENCES:
(1). Anonymous (1894). (Samuel McCully/Hayward information, Sussex, N.B.). Kings County Record. Sussex, New Brunswick.
-Samuel HAYWARD b. 11 Apr 1838; m. 10 Jun 1873 Margaret A. RYAN, dau. of the late James RYAN of Millstream, Kings Co., N. B. No children. Samuel is head of a hardware business in Saint John, N. B.

(2). Elliott, J. R. (compiler). Kings County, New Brunswick, marriage registers C & D.
Samuel HAYWARD (Saint John) and Maggie A. RYAN (Studholm), license 10 Sep 1873; witnesses O. H. WARWICK and W. H. HAYWARD.

Spouse: MARGARET A. RYAN
Father: JAMES RYAN
Marr: 10 Sep 1873, Kings Co., New Brunswick

3 - HUMPHREY HAYWARD [George-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: 1801, Newport, Hants Co., Nova Scotia
Death: 18 Sep 1854, Sussex, Kings Co., New Brunswick

REFERENCES:
(1). New Brunswick Provincial Archives (1856). Will of George Griffith Hayward, yeoman. Fredericton, New Brunswick, Provincial Archives.
TheWill of George Griffith Hayward, yeoman, Sussex Parish, Kings Co., New Brunswick - 23 Aug 1856.
- To grandson Handford Hayward, son of late Humphrey Hayward, the lot Humphrey had that George had purchased from James McAffie; Handford to pay 15 for it, to go to William Morton (Norton?), son of Samuel Morton.

(2) Anonymous (1894). (Samuel McCully/Hayward information, Sussex, N.B.). Kings County Record. Sussex, New Brunswick.
-George Griffith HAYWARD m. Abigail COPP, dau. of "Capt. COPP" of Lower Hopewell, in Nova Scotia, had two or three children before moving to Hopewell, N. B. They stayed at Hopewell until March 1811, then sold his land to "Mr. CLARK" grandfather of Mrs. Robert [Lavinia] McCULLY, and moved to Sussex. In Sussex bought 400 acres [lots 57 and 58] from Philip and William Force [who were Loyalists from PA - they and others from Sussex got the "Nigary (Niagara?) fever" and returned to "the States"]. George and Abigail were Wesleyan church members, but George was instrumental in bringing the first Methodist minister Rev. Michael PICKLES, and contributed to the building of the Methodist church in Sussex in 1830. George died 24 Nov 1856; Abigail d. 13 Mar 1860. Children:
(2)Humphrey HAYWARD b. 1801; m. 1st Sarah GRAVES, who died 13 Feb 1835, buried at Penobsquis with their two very young children; other children:
(3) Mary HAYWARD m. John HUMPHREYS of Petitcodiac
(3) George HAYWARD m. Charlotte WILSON; lived at Petitcodiac and Saint John
(3) "Kitty" [Catherine?] HAYWARD unmarried, lives with Mary [HAYWARD] HUMPHREYS at Petitcodiac
(3) Emma HAYWARD widow Henry DAVIDSON, of Portage
(3) Hanford HAYWARD m. Fannie KINNEAR, lives Clinton, MA
(3) Sarah HAYWARD m. Gilbert DAVIDSON, merchant of Saint John.
Humphrey HAYWARD m. 2nd Hannah KETCHUM of Portage; no children; he died 18 Sep 1854; buried in Sussex.

Spouse #1: SARAH GRAVES
Death: 13 Feb 1835
Marr: 20 Mar 1823

Children: Handford
UNNAMED
UNNAMED
Mary
George
Catherine
Emma
Sarah Frances

Other spouses Hannah Ketchum

4. HANDFORD HAYWARD [Humphrey-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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REFERENCE:
(1). New Brunswick Provincial Archives (1856). Will of George Griffith Hayward, yeoman. Fredericton, New Brunswick, Provincial Archives.
TheWill of George Griffith Hayward, yeoman, Sussex Parish, Kings Co., New Brunswick - 23 Aug 1856.
-To grandson Handford Hayward, son of late Humphrey Hayward, the lot Humphrey had that George had purchased from James McAffie; Handford to pay 15 for it, to go to William Morton (Norton?), son of Samuel Morton.

Spouse: FANNIE KINNEAR

4 - HAYWARD [Humphrey-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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4 - HAYWARD [Humphrey-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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4 - MARY HAYWARD [Humphrey-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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Spouse: JOHN HUMPHREYS

4 - GEORGE HAYWARD [Humphrey-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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Spouse: CHARLOTTE WILSON

4 - CATHERINE HAYWARD [Humphrey-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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4 - EMMA HAYWARD [Humphrey-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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Spouse: HENRY DAVIDSON

4 - SARAH FRANCES HAYWARD [Humphrey-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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REFERENCE:
(1) New Brunswick Provincial Archives (1856). Will of George Griffith Hayward, yeoman. Fredericton, New Brunswick, Provincial Archives.
TheWill of George Griffith Hayward, yeoman, Sussex Parish, Kings Co., New Brunswick - 23 Aug 1856.
-To granddaughter Sarah Frances (wife of Gilbert Davidson) 1 cow, 10 sheep, and (after Abigail's death) household furnishings.

Spouse: GILBERT DAVIDSON

 

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2nd MARRIAGE OF HUMPHREY HAYWARD
Spouse:HANNAH KETCHUM
Marr: 10 May 1838

Other spouses Sarah Graves

3 - MARY HAYWARD [George-2, Henry-1]*
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Birth: 21 Jun 1803, Hopewell, Albert Co., New Brunswick
Death: 20 Apr 1894, Sussex, Kings Co., New Brunswick

REFERENCES:
(1). New Brunswick Provincial Archives (1856). Will of George Griffith Hayward, yeoman. Fredericton, New Brunswick, Provincial Archives.
TheWill of George Griffith Hayward, yeoman, Sussex Parish, Kings Co., New Brunswick - 23 Aug 1856.
-To daughters Mary (wife of Thomas McLellan), Jane (wife of William Pugsley), and Isabella (wife of Dr. David McLellan), 100 each, payable 10 per year.

(2) Cusack, R. M. (Undated). Yesteryear, Kings County marriages: Register A, 1812-1844. Saint John, New Brunswick, Self-published.
Marriages in Kings County, New Brunswick
-Xenophon COUGLE, Sussex yeoman, and Mary HAYWARD, Sussex, 17 Feb. 1820; witnesses John COUGLE and John C. VAIL.

Spouse: (1st) XENOPHON COUGLE
Birth: 30 Mar 1800
Death: 19 Apr 1853, Sussex Vale, Kings Co., New Brunswick
Father: Joseph Cougle
Marr: 17 Feb 1820, Sussex, Kings Co., New Brunswick

Children: George (1820-1823)
Albert (1822-1823)
Frances Charlotte (1823-1862)

Other spouses Thomas McLellan

4 - GEORGE COUGLE [Mary-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: 4 Nov 1820
Death: 8 Oct 1823

4 - ALBERT COUGLE [Mary-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: 3 Nov 1822
Death: 1 Jan 1823

4 - FRANCES CHARLOTTE COUGLE [Mary-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: 26 Oct 1823
Death: 2 Dec 1862

Spouse: EDWIN A . VAIL.
Birth: ca 1813
Death: 31 Jul 1885

 

MARY HAYWARD Spouse (2nd): THOMAS McLELLAN

Other spouses Xenophon Cougle

3 - CATHERINE HAYWARD [George-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: 1805, Hopewell, Albert Co., New Brunswick
Death: 10 Apr 1864, St. John, St. John Co., New Brunswick

REFERENCES:
(1). New Brunswick Provincial Archives (1856). Will of George Griffith Hayward, yeoman. Fredericton, New Brunswick, Provincial Archives.
TheWill of George Griffith Hayward, yeoman, Sussex Parish, Kings Co., New Brunswick - 23 Aug 1856.
-To daughter Catherine (wife of Isaac Cleveland), 60, payable 10 per year.

(2). Anonymous (1894). (Samuel McCully/Hayward information, Sussex, N.B.). Kings County Record. Sussex, New Brunswick.
- Catherine HAYWARD b. 1805; m. Isaac CLEVELAND of Penobsquis. Cleveland was severely injured in a dispute with a neighbor over a spring, and he moved to Saint John. He died 10 Apr 1864, age 65, buried at Penobsquis. Several children died young, plus:
(2) Ann CLEVELAND m. John FREEZE, formerly of Penobsquis, died in Calgary, Cananda.
(2) Abigail CLEVELAND m. ___ CALHOUN of Hopewell
(2) Isabel CLEVELAND m. ___ DOHERTY of Kingston, Kent Co., N.B.
(2) Bartholomew CLEVELAND m 1st ____ SMITH; m. 2nd Sarah [LAMB] WALLACE, sister of J. C. LAMB of Sussex; lives in Boston.
(2) Charlotte CLEVELAND m. Clinton DAVIDSON of Moncton
(2) Xenophon CLEVELAND married and lives in U.S.A.j
(2) Susan CLEVELAND m. George JARDINE, moved to U.S.A.
(2) George CLEVELAND to U.S.A.

Spouse: ISAAC CLEVELAND
Birth: ca 1799
Death: 10 Apr 1864, Saint John, Saint John Co., New Brunswick
Marr: 18 Dec 1823

Children: Ann
Abigail
Isabel
Bartholomew
Charlotte
Xenophon
Susan
George

4 - ANN CLEVELAND [Catherine-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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REFERENCE:
(1). Kings County, New Brunswick, Marriage Register B (1844-1867): John Freeze (Sussex) and Ann Cleveland m. 24 May 1845. Witnesses William Morton and Elias Freeze.

Spouse: JOHN FREEZE
Marr: 24 May 1845, Sussex, Kings County, New Brunswick

4 - ABIGAIL CLEVELAND [Catherine-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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Spouse: CALHOUN

4 - ISABEL CLEVELAND [Catherine-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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Spouse: DOHERTY

4 - BARTHOLOMEW CLEVELAND [Catherine-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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Spouse #1: SMITH

Spouse #2: SARAH LAMB

 

4 - CHARLOTTE CLEVELAND [Catherine-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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Spouse: CLINTON DAVIDSON

4 - XENOPHON CLEVELAND [Catherine-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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4 - SUSAN CLEVELAND [Catherine-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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Spouse: GEORGE JARDINE

4 - GEORGE CLEVELAND [Catherine-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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3 - HENRY HAYWARD [George-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: 28 Mar 1808, Hopewell, Albert Co., New Brunswick
Death: 5 Feb 1877, Sussex, Kings Co., New Brunswick

REFERENCES:
(1). Province of New Brunswick [Land petitions involving Redding, Harris, and Hayward]. Fredericton, New Brunswick, Provincial Archives.
The following land petition was examined at the Fredericton, N.S., Archives in 1997:
-Film F4190, Kings County: Henry HAYWARD [apparently son of George Griffith and Abigail (COPP) HAYWARD] petitioning for land in Sussex; no previous land grant, age 27, single, always lived in New Brunswick.

(2) New Brunswick Provincial Archives (1856). Will of George Griffith Hayward, yeoman. Fredericton, New Brunswick, Provincial Archives.
TheWill of George Griffith Hayward, yeoman, Sussex Parish, Kings Co., New Brunswick - 23 Aug 1856.
-To son Henry lot #58 bounded on the west by land George bought from Philip Force, on the north by Trout Creek, and on the east by Mrs. Bowser's land - 200 acres.
Also to Henry, 200 acres of lot 57 which George purchased from Philip Force, except for that part reserved for Abigail's use until she dies; then it goes to Henry.
-Sons Henry and William to divide equally the land on Salmon River purchased from Jacob Snider.
-Son Henry gets any remainder of the estate.
Henry and William Hayward were made executors; witnesses to the will were Robert McCully, Hugh Teakles, and Clark Teakles. A property inventory done 5 Dec 1856 showed the estate valued at 4311+, 4150 of it in real estate.

(3). Cusack, R. M. (Undated). Yesteryear, Kings County marriages: Register A, 1812-1844. Saint John, New Brunswick, Self-published.
Marriages in Kings County, New Brunswick
-Henry HAYWARD and Frances PARLEE, both Sussex, 30 Jun 1832; witnesses: John PARLEE and Benjamin PARLEE.

(4). Anonymous (1894). (Samuel McCully/Hayward information, Sussex, N.B.). Kings County Record. Sussex, New Brunswick.
-Henry HAYWARD d. 5 Feb 1877, in 69th year; wife Fanny PARLEE d. 11 May 1883, age 71; children:
(2) Sarah HAYWARD m. James TITUS formerly on Sussex, then of Hampton.
(2) Mary J. HAYWARD m. Hiram B. WHITE, d. 30 Oct 1862, age 27, leaving two daughters
(2) Frances Leggett HAYWARD m. George H. BARNES; d. 24 Dec 1875, age 38; no children

Spouse: FRANCES PARLEE
Birth: ca 1812
Death: 11 May 1883
Father: PETER PARLEE
Mother: KEZIAH HARNED
Marr: 30 Jun 1832, Sussex, Kings Co., New Brunswick

Children: Sarah
Mary J. (ca1835-1862)
Frances Leggett (ca1837-1875)

4 - SARAH HAYWARD [Henry-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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Spouse: JAMES TITUS

4 - MARY J. HAYWARD [Henry-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1835
Death: 30 Oct 1862

Spouse: HIRAM B. WHITE

Children: UNNAMED
UNNAMED

5 - WHITE [Mary-4, Henry-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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5 - WHITE [Mary-4, Henry-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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4 - FRANCES LEGGETT HAYWARD [Henry-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1837
Death: 24 Dec 1875

Spouse: GEORGE H. BARNES

3 - WILLIAM HAYWARD [George-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: 25 Dec 1810, Hopewell, Albert Co., New Brunswick
Death: 10 Mar 1881, Sussex, Kings Co., New Brunswick
Occ: miller

REFERENCES:
(1). New Brunswick Provincial Archives (1856). Will of George Griffith Hayward, yeoman. Fredericton, New Brunswick, Provincial Archives.
TheWill of George Griffith Hayward, yeoman, Sussex Parish, Kings Co., New Brunswick - 23 Aug 1856.
-To son William the hill land purchased from John Hennigar and Samuel - William must pay off the 158 mortgage. Also William gets 90 acres of lot 57 currently in his possession.
-Sons Henry and William to divide equally the land on Salmon River purchased from Jacob Snider.
Henry and William Hayward were made executors; witnesses to the will were Robert McCully, Hugh Teakles, and Clark Teakles. A property inventory done 5 Dec 1856 showed the estate valued at 4311+, 4150 of it in real estate.

(2). Wood-Holt, B. (1986). Early marriage records of New Brunswick. Saint John City and County from the British Conquest to 1839. Saint John, New Brunswick, Holland House.
- William Hayward and Sophia A. Guimarin, both of Sussex, 6 Jun 1831, marriage bonds.

(3) Anonymous (1894). (Samuel McCully/Hayward information, Sussex, N.B.). Kings County Record. Sussex, New Brunswick.
- William HAYWARD b. 25 Dec 1810 Hopewell; miller; m. Sophia GUIMARIN, dau. of Dr. Peter GUIMARIN - she d. 10 Nov 1847, age 37; she and three of their children died of "ship fever"; three others died young; three lived to maturity:
(2) Abigail HAYWARD m. Robert A. HAGARTY
(2) Matilda HAYWARD died while "a young lady"
(2) Eliza HAYWARD m. Alfred HAGARTY, moved to Ontario, Canada
William HAYWARD m. 2nd May HAGARTY, no children. He died 10 Mar 1881, age 70.

Spouse #1: SOPHIA GUIMARIN
Birth: ca 1810
Death: 10 Nov 1847
Father: Dr. PETER GUIMARIN
Marr: 2 Jul 1831, Saint John Co., New Brunswick

Children: UNNAMED
UNNAMED
UNNAMED
UNNAMED
UNNAMED
UNNAMED
Abigail
Matilda
Eliza

Other spouses Mary Hagerty

4 - HAYWARD [William-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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4 - HAYWARD [William-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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4 - HAYWARD [William-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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4 - HAYWARD [William-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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4 - HAYWARD [William-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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4 - HAYWARD [William-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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4 - ABIGAIL HAYWARD [William-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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Spouse: ROBERT HAGARTY

4 - MATILDA HAYWARD [William-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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4 - ELIZA HAYWARD [William-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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Spouse: ALFRED HAGARTY

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William HAYWARD-3 Spouse #2: MARY HAGERTY
Marr: ca 1850

Other spouses Sophia A. Guimarin

3 - ABIGAIL HAYWARD [George-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1813, Sussex, Kings Co., New Brunswick
Death: 10 Jun 1833, Sussex, Kings Co., New Brunswick

REFERENCE:
(1). Wood-Holt, B. (1986). Early marriage records of New Brunswick. Saint John City and County from the British Conquest to 1839. Saint John, New Brunswick, Holland House.
- Rev. Michael Pickles (Wesleyan missionary) and Abigail Hayward, of Sussex, marriage bonds 4 Jul 1832.

Spouse: Rev. MICHAEL PICKLES
Marr: 5 Jul 1832

Children: George Fletcher (ca1832-ca1833)

4 - GEORGE FLETCHER PICKLES [Abigail-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1832
Death: ca 1833

3 - SARAH HAYWARD [George-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1815, Sussex, Kings Co., New Brunswick
Death: 8 Dec 1830, Sussex, Kings Co., New Brunswick

3 - JANE HAYWARD [George-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1820, Sussex, Kings Co., New Brunswick
Death: St. John, St. John Co., New Brunswick

REFERENCES:
(1). New Brunswick Provincial Archives (1856). Will of George Griffith Hayward, yeoman. Fredericton, New Brunswick, Provincial Archives.
TheWill of George Griffith Hayward, yeoman, Sussex Parish, Kings Co., New Brunswick - 23 Aug 1856.
-To daughters Mary (wife of Thomas McLellan), Jane (wife of William Pugsley), and Isabella (wife of Dr. David McLellan), 100 each, payable 10 per year.

(2). Anonymous (1894). (Samuel McCully/Hayward information, Sussex, N.B.). Kings County Record. Sussex, New Brunswick.
- Jane HAYWARD born Sussex; m. William PUGSLEY, lived in Saint John; children:
(2) John PUGSLEY d. unmarried in California
(2) Abigail PUGSLEY m. Dr. John SMITH, dentist
(2) Gilbert R. PUGSLEY
(2) Daniel PUGSLEY
(2) William PUGSLEY
(2) Julia PUGSLEY
(2) Josephine PUGSLEY m. R. B. HUMPHREY
(2) Jennie PUGSLEY m. Gaspard TAPLEY

Spouse: WILLIAM PUGSLEY
Marr: 23 Jan 1841

Children: John
Abigail
Gilbert R.
Daniel
William
Julia
Josephine
Jennie

4 - JOHN PUGSLEY [Jane-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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4 - ABIGAIL PUGSLEY [Jane-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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Spouse: JOHN SMITH

4 - GILBERT R. PUGSLEY [Jane-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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4 - DANIEL PUGSLEY [Jane-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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4 - WILLIAM PUGSLEY [Jane-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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4 - JULIA PUGSLEY [Jane-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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4 - JOSEPHINE PUGSLEY [Jane-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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Spouse: R. B. HUMPHREYS

4 - JENNIE PUGSLEY [Jane-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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Spouse: GASPARD TAPLEY

3- ISABELLA HAYWARD [George-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1823, Sussex, Kings Co., New Brunswick
Death: 1881, St. John, St. John Co., New Brunswick

REFERENCES:
(1). New Brunswick Provincial Archives (1856). Will of George Griffith Hayward, yeoman. Fredericton, New Brunswick, Provincial Archives.
TheWill of George Griffith Hayward, yeoman, Sussex Parish, Kings Co., New Brunswick - 23 Aug 1856.
-To daughters Mary (wife of Thomas McLellan), Jane (wife of William Pugsley), and Isabella (wife of Dr. David McLellan), 100 each, payable 10 per year.

(2). Anonymous (1894). (Samuel McCully/Hayward information, Sussex, N.B.). Kings County Record. Sussex, New Brunswick.
-Isabella HAYWARD born Sussex; m. 1st Dr. David McLELLAN, who practiced in Anagance and Saint John; one son David Theodore McLELLAN who died in California in the 1880s, and a dau. who died in infancy; Dr. McLELLAN died ca 1 Aug 1860, buried near Petitcodiac.
Isabella m. 2nd Joseph COUGLE of Anagance, no children. She died autumn 1881, age 58. Cougle died 25 Oct 1871, age 52.

Spouse #1: Dr. DAVID McLELLAN
Death: 1 Aug 1860
Marr: 7 Nov 1844

Children: David Theodore

Other spouses Joseph Cougle

4 - DAVID THEODORE McLELLAN [Isabella-3, George-2, Henry-1]
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Isabella HAYWARD-3 Spouse #2: JOSEPH COUGLE
Birth: ca 1819
Death: 25 Oct 1871

Other spouses Dr. David McLellan

2 - WILLIAM HAYWARD [Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1767
Death: 9 May 1849, Hopewell, Albert Co., New Brunswick
Burial: Curryville Cemetery, Hopewell, Albert Co., New Brunswick

REFERENCES:
(1). Provincial Archives, N. B. (1820). [Vital records contained in crown land grant, Kings County, New Brunswick]. Fredericton, New Brunswick, Provincial Archives.
A 31 Jan 1820 petition for lands at Sussexvale, Kings County, N.B. contained the following vital statistics about the petitioners.
-William WALLACE - born in Nova Scotia - age 41 - lived in N.B. 28 years - wife and 5 children.

(2) Milner, W. C. History of Albert County. Saint John, New Brunswick, The New Brunswick Museum.
1804 - William Hayward and James Hayward, residents at Hopewell for 6 years, asked for grants on Demoiselle Creek, north of a sawmill built by Peter Wickwire. A survey was ordered.

(3). Sewell, B. (1979). "List of inhabitants, Township of Hopewell, 1803." Generations (New Brunswick Genealogical Society)(2): 20-22.
1803 Inhabitants of Hopewell Township, New Brunswick
-William HAYWARD - 1 man, 1 woman.

(4). Kanner, K. E. (1993). Early families revisited. Moncton, New Brunswick, Privately published.
- William HAYWARD b. ca. 1775 Ireland? d. 1850 Hopewell, N.B. M. Jane VIRGIE? ca. 1798.

Spouse: JANE VIRGIE
Death: May 1847
Marr: ca 1798

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2 - JAMES HAYWARD [Henry-1]
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Birth: 16 Dec 1785, Windsor, Hants Co., Nova Scotia
Death: 3 Jul 1858, Goshen, New Brunswick
Occ: farmer

REFERENCES:
(1). New Brunswick Government (1851). Albert County, New Brunswick, census.
Elgin Parish
George Hayward, 39, English, farmer
Mary Hayward, 33, Irish
Children;George H., 14; James S., 12;
Joseph, 10; Mary e., 9; Samuel, 7;
Orenda, 5; Ellen, 2.

James Hayward, 66, English, farmer
Elizabeth, 6l, American
Humphry, 28
Mary Ann, 20

Jesse Hayward, 4l, English, farmer
Ann, 41, Irish
Children:David, 15; Elizabeth, 15;
William, 13; Levia Ann, 4.

(2). Milner, W. C. History of Albert County. Saint John, New Brunswick, The New Brunswick Museum.
1804 - William Hayward and James Hayward, residents at Hopewell for 6 years, asked for grants on Demoiselle Creek, north of a sawmill built by Peter Wickwire. A survey was ordered.

(3) Franks, E. (1991). "Three Albert County cemeteries." Generations(49): 61-64.
"Old Goshen Forest Cemetery" (Private) -located on Upper Goshen Road on what was probably James HAYWARD's 1826 land grant, Elgin Parish, Albert Co, N.B. When found, gravestones were flattened by logging operations and buried in undergrowth. Readable stones include:
-James HAYWARD [third son of Henry Hayward] died 3 Jul 1858.
-Eliza O., dau of James and Elizabeth HAYWARD, d. 28 Dec 1842, age 19 years.
-Henry A., son of Jesse and Ann HAYWARD, d. 2 Feb [1832 or 1842?], age 1 year.
-John W. GRAY d. 18 Feb 1866, age 53 years. [other stone says 1812-1867].
-Charlotte (HAYWARD)GRAY, John W's wife 1818-188l.
-Others of GRAY and GRAVES name.

Baptist Cemetery at Goshen, Albert Co, N.B. - Jesse HAYWARD d. Dec 1895, age 83.

(4). Kanner, K. E. (1993). Early families revisited. Moncton, New Brunswick, Privately published.
- James HAYWARD b. 16 Dec 1785 Windsor Twp., Hants, N.S.; d. 3 Jul 1858 Goshen, N.B.; m. Elizabeth STEVENS 19 Oct 1808 (Elizabeth b. ca. 1790).

Spouse: ELIZABETH STEVENS
Birth: ca 1790
Marr: 19 Oct 1808

Children: Jesse (ca1809-1891)
George (ca1812-)
Humphry (ca1823-)
Mary Ann (ca1831-)
Eliza O. (ca1823-1842)

3 - JESSE HAYWARD [James-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1809
Death: 18 Oct 1891
Burial: Goshen Cemetery, Elgin, Albert Co., New Brunswick

REFERENCE:
1. Franks, E. (1991). "Three Albert County cemeteries." Generations(49): 61-64.
"Old Goshen Forest Cemetery" (Private) -located on Upper Goshen Road on what was probably James HAYWARD's 1826 land grant, Elgin Parish, Albert Co, N.B. When found, gravestones were flattened by logging operations and buried in undergrowth. Readable stones include:
-James HAYWARD [third son of Henry Hayward] died 3 Jul 1858.
-Eliza O., dau of James and Elizabeth HAYWARD, d. 28 Dec 1842, age 19 years.
-Henry A., son of Jesse and Ann HAYWARD, d. 2 Feb [1832 or 1842?], age 1 year.
-John W. GRAY d. 18 Feb 1866, age 53 years. [other stone says 1812-1867].
-Charlotte (HAYWARD)GRAY, John W's wife 1818-188l.
-Others of GRAY and GRAVES name.

Baptist Cemetery at Goshen, Albert Co, N.B. - Jesse HAYWARD d. Dec 1895, age 83.

Spouse: ANNE
Birth: ca 1808
Death: 25 Dec 1869

Children: David (ca1836-)
Elizabeth (ca1836-)
William James (1836-1895)
Levia Ann (ca1847-)
Henry A. (ca1841-1842)

4 - DAVID HAYWARD [Jesse-3, James-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1836

4 - ELIZABETH HAYWARD [Jesse-3, James-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1836

4 - WILLIAM JAMES HAYWARD [Jesse-3, James-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: 1836
Death: 29 Dec 1895
Burial: Goshen Cemetery, Elgin, Albert Co., New Brunswick

Spouse: MERCY ANN
Birth: 1851
Death: 1920

Children: Ira David (1886-1901)
Lillis Ann (1873-1949)

5 -IRA DAVID HAYWARD [William-4, Jesse-3, James-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: 1886
Death: 1901

5 - LILLIS ANN HAYWARD [William-4, Jesse-3, James-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: 1873
Death: 1949

Spouse: UNEAK CROSSMAN

Children: Spurgeon C. (1907-)

6 - Rev. SPURGEON C. CROSSMAN [Lillis-5, William-4, Jesse-3, James-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: 1907

4 - LEVIA ANN HAYWARD [Jesse-3, James-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1847

4 - HENRY A. HAYWARD [Jesse-3, James-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1841
Death: 2 Feb 1842

REFERENCE:
(1). Franks, E. (1991). "Three Albert County cemeteries." Generations(49): 61-64.
"Old Goshen Forest Cemetery" (Private) -located on Upper Goshen Road on what was probably James HAYWARD's 1826 land grant, Elgin Parish, Albert Co, N.B. When found, gravestones were flattened by logging operations and buried in undergrowth. Readable stones include:
-James HAYWARD [third son of Henry Hayward] died 3 Jul 1858.
-Eliza O., dau of James and Elizabeth HAYWARD, d. 28 Dec 1842, age 19 years.
-Henry A., son of Jesse and Ann HAYWARD, d. 2 Feb [1832 or 1842?], age 1 year.
-John W. GRAY d. 18 Feb 1866, age 53 years. [other stone says 1812-1867].
-Charlotte (HAYWARD)GRAY, John W's wife 1818-188l.
-Others of GRAY and GRAVES name.

Baptist Cemetery at Goshen, Albert Co, N.B. - Jesse HAYWARD d. Dec 1895, age 83.

 

3 - GEORGE HAYWARD [James-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1812

REFERENCE:
(1). Kanner, K. and V. Geldart (1986). Marriage register, Westmorland County, New Brunswick, 1790 - 1856, Self-published.
Marriage Records, Westmorland County (including Albert County), New Brunswick, 1790 - 1856.
-George Hayward, Salisbury, and Mary Babcock, Salisbury, 14 Jan. 1836

Spouse: MARY BABCOCK
Birth: ca 1818
Marr: 14 Jan 1836, Salisbury, Westmorland Co., New Brunswick

Children: George H. (ca1837-)
James S. (ca1839-)
Joseph (ca1841-)
Mary E. (ca1842-)
Samuel (ca1844-)
Orenda (ca1846-)
Ellen (ca1849-)

4 - GEORGE H. HAYWARD [George-3, James-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1837

4 - JAMES S. HAYWARD [George-3, James-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1839

4 - JOSEPH HAYWARD [George-3, James-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1841

4 - MARY E. HAYWARD [George-3, James-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1842

4 - SAMUEL HAYWARD [George-3, James-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1844

4 - ORENDA HAYWARD [George-3, James-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1846

4 - ELLEN HAYWARD [George-3, James-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1849

3 - HUMPHRY HAYWARD [James-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1823

3 - MARY ANN HAYWARD [James-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1831

3 - ELIZA O. HAYWARD [James-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1823
Death: 28 Dec 1842, Goshen, Albert Co., New Brunswick
Burial: Goshen Cemetery, Elgin, Albert Co., New Brunswick

REFERENCE:
(1). Franks, E. (1991). "Three Albert County cemeteries." Generations(49): 61-64.
"Old Goshen Forest Cemetery" (Private) -located on Upper Goshen Road on what was probably James HAYWARD's 1826 land grant, Elgin Parish, Albert Co, N.B. When found, gravestones were flattened by logging operations and buried in undergrowth. Readable stones include:
-James HAYWARD [third son of Henry Hayward] died 3 Jul 1858.
-Eliza O., dau of James and Elizabeth HAYWARD, d. 28 Dec 1842, age 19 years.
-Henry A., son of Jesse and Ann HAYWARD, d. 2 Feb [1832 or 1842?], age 1 year.
-John W. GRAY d. 18 Feb 1866, age 53 years. [other stone says 1812-1867].
-Charlotte (HAYWARD)GRAY, John W's wife 1818-188l.
-Others of GRAY and GRAVES name.

Baptist Cemetery at Goshen, Albert Co, N.B. - Jesse HAYWARD d. Dec 1895, age 83.

 

2 - BRUCE HUNTER HAYWARD [Henry-1]
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Birth: Dec 1785, Windsor, Hants Co., Nova Scotia
Death: Dec 1785, Windsor, Hants Co., Nova Scotia

REFERENCE:
(1). Kanner, K. E. (1993). Early families revisited. Moncton, New Brunswick, Privately published.
- Bruce Hunter HAYWARD bapt. Dec 1785 Windsor Twp. N.S.; d. Dec 1785 at birth.

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2 - JOHN HAYWARD [Henry-1]
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Birth: 9 May 1787, Windsor, Hants Co., Nova Scotia
Death: 1 May 1876, St. Cloud, Minnesota

REFERENCES:
(1). Milner, W. C. History of Albert County. Saint John, New Brunswick, The New Brunswick Museum.
1809 - John Hayward was granted a lot on Demoiselle Creek.
1815 - John Hayward exchanged lots at Hopewell, New Brunswick, with Patrick Ritchie. "He took possession and improved 17-310 acres. Ritchie refused to ratify the bargain. He petitioned for a grant. Later Mr. Hayward removed to Sussex."

(2). Kanner, K. E. (1993). Early families revisited. Moncton, New Brunswick, Privately published.
- John HAYWARD b. 9 May 1787 Windsor Twp., N.S.; d. 1 May 1876 St. Cloud, Minn.; m. ca. 1811 Margaret SCHECK/SHECK.

(3). Wheeler, M. B. 1998. [Information on Henry Hayward family.] e-mail <GCRF69B@prodigy.com>
"My husband is a direct descendant of Henry Hayward [and his first (?) wife] through his son John, who came to ME and eventually to MN where he died..."

Spouse: MARGARET SCHECK
Marr: ca 1811

 

Second Wife of HENRY HAYWARD-1: JANE McCULLOH
Death: ca 1797, Windsor, Hants Co., Nova Scotia
Marr: 15 Dec 1790

Children: Catherine (1792-1877)
Henry (1794-1870)
Matthew (1796-)

Other spouses Isabella Griffith, Nancy Ann Copp

2 - CATHERINE HAYWARD [Henry-1]
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Birth: 20 Jan 1792, Windsor, Hants Co., Nova Scotia
Death: 28 Mar 1877, Sussex, Kings Co., New Brunswick

REFERENCES:
(1). Anonymous (1851). 1851 New Brunswick censuses - Kings County and Northumberland County.
Harvey Parish records have a number of Jonathan COPP descendants.
Sussex Parish, Kings County, N.B.
Samuel MORTON, 61, farmer
Catherine, 58
William, 30
George, 27
James, 23
Michael, 21
Samuel, 17
Frances, 16
Abigail, 13

(2). Cusack, R. M. (Undated). Yesteryear, Kings County marriages: Register A, 1812-1844. Saint John, New Brunswick, Self-published.
Marriages in Kings County, New Brunswick
-Samuel MORTON, Sussex farmer, and Catherine HAYWARD, Sussex, 9 May 1816; witnesses John McCULLY and William WALLACE.

 

Spouse: SAMUEL MORTON
Birth: ca 1790
Death: 8 Dec 1871, Sussex Vale, Kings Co., New Brunswick
Father: GEORGE AUGUSTUS MORTON (1763-1839)
Mother: AGNES HUTCHINSON (1771-1839)
Marr: 9 May 1816, Sussex, Kings Co., New Brunswick

Children: William (ca1821-)
George E. (ca1824-)
James (ca1828-)
Michael (ca1831-)
Samuel T. (ca1834-)
Frances (ca1835-)
Abigail (ca1838-)
Edwin
Sarah E. (ca1820-)
Jane
John
Ann

3 - WILLIAM MORTON [Catherine-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1821

3 - GEORGE E. MORTON [Catherine-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1824

Spouse: ANN McLEOD

3 - JAMES MORTON [Catherine-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1828

Spouse: MARTHA PENNINGTON

3 - MICHAEL MORTON [Catherine-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1831

Spouse: ELIZA McCREADY

3 - SAMUEL T. MORTON [Catherine-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1834

REFERENCE:
(1). Elliott, J. R. (compiler). Kings County, New Brunswick, marriage registers C & D.
Samuel T. MORTON (Cardwell) and Annie Henrietta ANDERSON (Cardwell), license 15 Oct 1879; witnesses Henry H. ANDERSON and Florence H. AYER.

Spouse #1: MARIAN PENNINGTON

Spouse #2: ANNIE HENRIETTA ANDERSON
Marr: 15 Oct 1879, Cardwell Parish, Kings Co., New Brunswick

 

3 - FRANCES MORTON [Catherine-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1835

Spouse: GEORGE MORTON
Father: HORATIO NELSON MORTON
Mother: JANE McLEOD

3 - ABIGAIL MORTON [Catherine-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1838

Spouse: GEORGE MORTON
Father: HORATIO NELSON MORTON
Mother: JANE McLEOD

3 - EDWIN MORTON [Catherine-2, Henry-1]
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Spouse: HUTCHINSON

3 - SARAH E. MORTON [Catherine-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1820

REFERENCES:
(1). Caldwell, R. (1997). [Information on New Brunswick Morton and Hayward families].
E-mail from: Ross W. Caldwell, Gloucester, Ontario <ross@travel-net.com>
"Samuel Freeze (b. ca 1822, d. 23 Aug 1870) married Sarah E. Morton (b. ca 1820) on 18 Jul 1846 in Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada. He was a farmer and a hotel keeper in Norton Parish of Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada. He died of consumption. Samuel was a son of John Freeze (1787-11 Nov 1865) and Ann (Nancy) Snider (ca 1787-31 May 1856). They farmed in Penobsquis. John and his parents are buried in Pioneer Cemetery, Penobsquis, New Brunswick, Canada.
Samuel's grandparents were William Freeze (b. 1745 in Hovingham, Yorkshire, d. 1812 in Penobsquis) and Mary Bulmer (d. ca 1790). William and Mary were married in Hovingham in 1770. I have a copy of their marriage record. They came to Nova Scotia in 1772.
"Samuel Freeze took the census of the district in 1861. He listed himself, his wife Sarah, age 41 and children Henry, age 14, Abigail, age 7, George, age 3.
"In the 23 Dec 1937 issue of the Kings County Record (published in Sussex, New Brunswick, Canada) is the obituary of George M. Freeze, son of Samuel and Elizabeth Freeze. It also said he was for many years proprietor of the River View Hotel at the Norton end of the Hampton Village bridge. He apparently inherited the hotel from his father. It also said his mother's name was Elizabeth. Do you know if Sarah's middle name was Elizabeth? My record shows Sarah E.
"George had two surviving children, Mrs. A. J. Sollows, Halifax, NS and Miss Ethel Freeze, Montreal, Quebec. His wife was born Annie Jackson. Also listed as a survivor was brother Frank Freeze, living in Boston, MA. Frank was listed in the 1871 census, but Abigail was missing. Henry Freeze married Lydia A Morton on 15 Dec 1880. I have nothing more on this family.
I have published a partial genealogy of the Freezes. My wife was born Evelyn Freeze and she is a greatgreat granddaughter of William Freeze who came to Nova Scotia in 1772. A great great grandmother of mine was also a Freeze, hence my interest in the family.

(2) Marriage Records of Kings County, New Brunswick - Register B, 1847-1867: Samuel Freeze and Sarah E. Morton (both of Sussex), m. 18 July 1846; witnesses Charles E. Freeze and George Morton.

Spouse: SAMUEL FREEZE
Birth: ca 1822
Death: 23 Aug 1870
Father: JOHN FREEZE (1787-1865)
Mother: NANCY ANN SNIDER (ca1787-1856)
Marr: 18 Jul 1846, Kings Co., New Brunswick

Children: Henry H. (ca1847-)
Abigail (ca1854-)
George (ca1858-1937)
Frank

4 - HENRY H. FREEZE [Sarah MORTON-3, Catherine-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1847

REFERENCES:
(1). Caldwell, R. (1997). [Information on New Brunswick Morton and Hayward families].
E-mail from: Ross W. Caldwell, Gloucester, Ontario <ross@travel-net.com>
"Samuel Freeze took the census of the district in 1861. He listed himself, his wife Sarah, age 41 and children Henry, age 14, Abigail, age 7, George, age 3.
"In the 23 Dec 1937 issue of the Kings County Record (published in Sussex, New Brunswick, Canada) is the obituary of George M. Freeze, son of Samuel and Elizabeth Freeze. It also said he was for many years proprietor of the River View Hotel at the Norton end of the Hampton Village bridge. He apparently inherited the hotel from his father. It also said his mother's name was Elizabeth. Do you know if Sarah's middle name was Elizabeth? My record shows Sarah E.
"George had two surviving children, Mrs. A. J. Sollows, Halifax, NS and Miss Ethel Freeze, Montreal, Quebec. His wife was born Annie Jackson. Also listed as a survivor was brother Frank Freeze, living in Boston, MA. Frank was listed in the 1871 census, but Abigail was missing. Henry Freeze married Lydia A Morton on 15 Dec 1880.

(2). Elliott, J. R. (compiler). Kings County, New Brunswick, marriage registers C & D.
Henry H. FREEZE (Norton) and Lydia A. MORTON (Cardwell), 15 Dec 1880; witness Melbourne SCOTT and Bliss MORTON.

Spouse: LYDIA A. MORTON
Marr: 15 Dec 1880, Kings Co., New Brunswick

4 - ABIGAIL FREEZE [Sarah MORTON-3, Catherine-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1854

REFERENCE:
(1). Caldwell, R. (1997). [Information on New Brunswick Morton and Hayward families].
E-mail from: Ross W. Caldwell, Gloucester, Ontario <ross@travel-net.com>
"Samuel Freeze took the census of the district in 1861. He listed himself, his wife Sarah, age 41 and children Henry, age 14, Abigail, age 7, George, age 3.
"In the 23 Dec 1937 issue of the Kings County Record (published in Sussex, New Brunswick, Canada) is the obituary of George M. Freeze, son of Samuel and Elizabeth Freeze. It also said he was for many years proprietor of the River View Hotel at the Norton end of the Hampton Village bridge. He apparently inherited the hotel from his father. It also said his mother's name was Elizabeth. Do you know if Sarah's middle name was Elizabeth? My record shows Sarah E.
"George had two surviving children, Mrs. A. J. Sollows, Halifax, NS and Miss Ethel Freeze, Montreal, Quebec. His wife was born Annie Jackson. Also listed as a survivor was brother Frank Freeze, living in Boston, MA. Frank was listed in the 1871 census, but Abigail was missing. Henry Freeze married Lydia A Morton on 15 Dec 1880.

4 - GEORGE FREEZE [Sarah MORTON-3, Catherine-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1858
Death: Dec 1937
Occ: hotel keeper

REFERENCE:
(1). Caldwell, R. (1997). [Information on New Brunswick Morton and Hayward families].
E-mail from: Ross W. Caldwell, Gloucester, Ontario <ross@travel-net.com>
"Samuel Freeze took the census of the district in 1861. He listed himself, his wife Sarah, age 41 and children Henry, age 14, Abigail, age 7, George, age 3.
"In the 23 Dec 1937 issue of the Kings County Record (published in Sussex, New Brunswick, Canada) is the obituary of George M. Freeze, son of Samuel and Elizabeth Freeze. It also said he was for many years proprietor of the River View Hotel at the Norton end of the Hampton Village bridge. He apparently inherited the hotel from his father. It also said his mother's name was Elizabeth. Do you know if Sarah's middle name was Elizabeth? My record shows Sarah E.
"George had two surviving children, Mrs. A. J. Sollows, Halifax, NS and Miss Ethel Freeze, Montreal, Quebec. His wife was born Annie Jackson. Also listed as a survivor was brother Frank Freeze, living in Boston, MA. Frank was listed in the 1871 census, but Abigail was missing. Henry Freeze married Lydia A Morton on 15 Dec 1880. I have nothing more on this family.
I have published a partial genealogy of the Freezes. My wife was born Evelyn Freeze and she is a greatgreat granddaughter of William Freeze who came to Nova Scotia in 1772. A great great grandmother of mine was also a Freeze, hence my interest in the family."

Spouse: ANNIE JACKSON

Children: UNNAMED
Ethel

5 - FREEZE [George FREEZE-4, Sarah MORTON-3, Catherine-2, Henry-1]
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REFERENCE:
(1). Caldwell, R. (1997). [Information on New Brunswick Morton and Hayward families].
E-mail from: Ross W. Caldwell, Gloucester, Ontario <ross@travel-net.com>
"In the 23 Dec 1937 issue of the Kings County Record (published in Sussex, New Brunswick, Canada) is the obituary of George M. Freeze, son of Samuel and Elizabeth Freeze. It also said he was for many years proprietor of the River View Hotel at the Norton end of the Hampton Village bridge. He apparently inherited the hotel from his father. It also said his mother's name was Elizabeth. Do you know if Sarah's middle name was Elizabeth? My record shows Sarah E.
"George had two surviving children, Mrs. A. J. Sollows, Halifax, NS and Miss Ethel Freeze, Montreal, Quebec. His wife was born Annie Jackson. Also listed as a survivor was brother Frank Freeze, living in Boston, MA. Frank was listed in the 1871 census, but Abigail was missing. Henry Freeze married Lydia A Morton on 15 Dec 1880.

Spouse: A. J. SOLLOWS

5 - ETHEL FREEZE [George FREEZE-4, Sarah MORTON-3, Catherine-2, Henry-1]
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REFERENCE:
(2). Caldwell, R. (1997). [Information on New Brunswick Morton and Hayward families].
E-mail from: Ross W. Caldwell, Gloucester, Ontario <ross@travel-net.com>
"In the 23 Dec 1937 issue of the Kings County Record (published in Sussex, NB) is the obituary of George M. Freeze, son of Samuel and Elizabeth Freeze. It also said he was for many years proprietor of the River View Hotel at the Norton end of the Hampton Village bridge. He apparently inherited the hotel from his father. It also said his mother's name was Elizabeth. Do you know if Sarah's middle name was Elizabeth? My record shows Sarah E.
"George had two surviving children, Mrs. A. J. Sollows, Halifax, NS and Miss Ethel Freeze, Montreal, Quebec. His wife was born Annie Jackson. Also listed as a survivor was brother Frank Freeze, living in Boston, MA. Frank was listed in the 1871 census, but Abigail was missing. Henry Freeze married Lydia A Morton on 15 Dec 1880.

 

4 - FRANK FREEZE [Sarah MORTON-3, Catherine-2, Henry-1]
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REFERENCE:
(1). Caldwell, R. (1997). [Information on New Brunswick Morton and Hayward families].
E-mail from: Ross W. Caldwell, Gloucester, Ontario <ross@travel-net.com>
"Samuel Freeze took the census of the district in 1861. He listed himself, his wife Sarah, age 41 and children Henry, age 14, Abigail, age 7, George, age 3.
"In the 23 Dec 1937 issue of the Kings County Record (published in Sussex, New Brunswick, Canada) is the obituary of George M. Freeze, son of Samuel and Elizabeth Freeze. It also said he was for many years proprietor of the River View Hotel at the Norton end of the Hampton Village bridge. He apparently inherited the hotel from his father. It also said his mother's name was Elizabeth. Do you know if Sarah's middle name was Elizabeth? My record shows Sarah E.
"George had two surviving children, Mrs. A. J. Sollows, Halifax, NS and Miss Ethel Freeze, Montreal, Quebec. His wife was born Annie Jackson. Also listed as a survivor was brother Frank Freeze, living in Boston, MA. Frank was listed in the 1871 census, but Abigail was missing. Henry Freeze married Lydia A Morton on 15 Dec 1880.

3 - JANE MORTON [Catherine-2, Henry-1]
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Spouse: OLIVER SCOTT

3 - JOHN MORTON [Catherine-2, Henry-1]
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REFERENCE:
1. Penobsquis, N. B. "[Gravestones of MORTON family in the Pioneer Cemetery, Penobsquis, Kings County, New Brunswick.]." .
--John MORTON son of Samuel and Catherine MORTON.
--Ann MORTON dau. of Samuel and Catherine MORTON

3 - ANN MORTON [Catherine-2, Henry-1]
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REFERENCE:
(1). Penobsquis, N. B. "[Gravestones of MORTON family in the Pioneer Cemetery, Penobsquis, Kings County, New Brunswick.]." .
--John MORTON son of Samuel and Catherine MORTON.
--Ann MORTON dau. of Samuel and Catherine MORTON

 

2 - HENRY HAYWARD [Henry-1]
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Birth: 27 Jul 1794, Windsor, Hants Co., Nova Scotia
Death: 1870, Jefferson Twp., Guernsey Co., OH
Burial: Pleasant Hill U.P. Cemetery, Jefferson, Guernsey Co., OH

REFERENCES:
(1). Province of New Brunswick [Land petitions involving Redding, Harris, and Hayward]. Fredericton, New Brunswick, Provincial Archives.
The following land petitions were examined at the Fredericton, N.S., Archives in 1997:
-Film F4175, 1812, Kings County: general petition for land by Henry HAYWARD, 18 years old, single, no previous land allotted or granted, has 3 neat cattle.
-Film F4187, 1820, Kings County: [NOTE: this is the same petition that includes John McCULLY, noted elsewhere in the data base] Includes petitioners Matthew HAYWARD, age 23, with wife and one child, and Henry HAYWARD, age 25, born Nova Scotia, no family mentioned.

(2) S. R. Wilbur. 1999. [Haywards in Belmont County, Ohio]. e-mail. January 1999.
The following inquiry was posted on the Rootsweb mailing lists for Belmont, Guernsey and Jefferson counties, Ohio:
"Is the name HAYWARD familiar in this area? I'm looking for two brothers, Henry HAYWARD [b. 1794 Nova Scotia] and Matthew HAYWARD [b. 1796 Nova Scotia; had wife Margaret ___] who may have arrived in the Steubenville area around 1820-1822, possibly lived in Guernsey or Belmont counties 1820s-1840s. They would have come to the area from Kings County, New Brunswick."

Response regarding Henry HAYWARD and Matthew HAYWARD:
(A) From: "George and Harriet Herrington" <miherrington@email.msn.com>
1830 Belmont Co., Census
Pultney Township
Mathew HAYWOOD
Males: 0-5/1; 5-10/1: 20-40/1
Females: 0-5/1; 5-10/1; 10-15/1; 30/40/1

Colerain Township
Henry HAYWARD
Males: 0-5/1; 5-10/1; 30-40/1
Females: 20/30/1

1820 Belmont
No Haywood

(B) From:Bonnie Burkhardt <burkhard@flash.net>
There is a Matthew Hayward in Clermont Co., Wayne Twp., pg. 284 in 1840
and also a Nathan, same county, Goshen Twp., pg. 266.

(3). S. Williams. 1999. [Henry Hayward in Guernsey Co., Ohio]. e-mail <SLW39@aol.com>. 16 Nov 1999.
Subject: Hayward
Date: Tue, 16 Nov 1999 23:22:05 EST
From: SLW39@aol.com
To: symbios@ix.netcom.com, SLW39@aol.com

There is a Henry Hayward (1799-1870) buried at Pleasant Hill U.P. Cemetery,Jefferson Township. He is the only Hayward listed in the Guernsey County Cemetery Book Index.

(4). C. Keives. 1999. [Henry Hayward info from 1850 Ohio census]. e-mail <anneyk@minn.net>. 20 Nov 1999.
Subject: Re: Lookup - Henry HAYWARD - Guernsey Co. 1850
Date: Sat, 20 Nov 1999 08:55:38 -0500
From: anneyk@minn.net (Cynthia Keives)
To: symbios@ix.netcom.com

Here is the information you requested from 1850 Guernsey Co., Ohio census:

Page 428
Jefferson Township
Family #648

Henry Hayward 56 M Farmer Nova Scotia
Lettie 62 F Ireland
Joseph 22 M Farmer $500.00 Ohio

(5). State of Ohio. [Haywards in Ohio censuses].
1850 Census Index - Guernsey County, Ohio - Jefferson Twp. - Henry HAYWARD p.429.

(6). W. G. Wolfe. 1943. Stories of Guernsey County, Ohio. Cambridge, Ohio: Self-published. 1093pp.
Henry HAYWARD owned 82 acres, Section 16, Jefferson Township, Guernsey Co., OH.

(7). K. E. Kanner. 1993. Early families revisited. Moncton, New Brunswick: Privately published.
HAYWARD FAMILY - Abigail COPP relatives; also possibly second marriage family of John McCULLY
1 - Henry HAYWARD b. ca. 1744 "possibly in Ireland"; d. 25 Mar 1808 Hopewell, N.B., 63 years. 2nd Marriage of Henry HAYWARD to Jane Mc_____ 15 Dec 1790. Jane died ca 1797 Windsor Twp, Hants, N.S. Three children:
2 - Catherine HAYWARD b. 20 Jan 1792 Windsor Twp, N.S.; d. Sussex, N.B.; m. Samuel MORTON 9 May 1816.
2 - Henry HAYWARD b. 27 Jul 1794 Windsor Twp, N.S.; petitioned for land in Sussex 1812.
2 - Mathew HAYWARD b. 14 Oct 1796 Windsor Twp., N.S.' m. Margaret______.

(8) Record from International Genealogical Index: Henry HAYWARD m. Elizabeth FOSTER 15 Apr 1824 Jefferson Co., OH

Spouse: Lettie [Elizabeth FOSTER?]
Birth: ca 1898, Ireland

Children: UNNAMED
Joseph (ca1828-)

3 - HAYWARD [Henry-2, Henry-1]
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3 - JOSEPH HAYWARD [Henry-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1828

2 - MATTHEW HAYWARD [Henry-1]
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Birth: 14 Oct 1796, Windsor, Hants Co., Nova Scotia; living in Albert and Kings counties, New Brunswick ca 1800 to ca 1820; m. Margaret SHELDON ca 1818 New Brunswick or Nova Scotia; moved to Belmont Co., Ohio, early 1820s, then by 1834 to Edenton, Wayne Township, Clermont Co., Ohio. From census records, it appears that they had at least seven children. Only two of them have been positively identified so far.A tentative list of children follows, with their approximate birth years. The unidentified ones may include some or all of the following [NOTE: the name is often spelled HAYWOOD in the Ohio records]: Mary HAYWARD m. 3 Aug 1848 Clermont Co., OH, Edward G. HARRIS; Lydia HAYWARD m. 4 Mar 1849 Clermont Co., OH, Job RANDALL; Sarah HAYWARD m. 9 Sep 1849 Clermont Co., OH, Benjamin SHOE; Mary HAYWARD m. John BRUNK Clermont Co., OH; or ___ HAYWARD m. Marie BENNETT.

REFERENCES:
(1). Province of New Brunswick [Land petitions involving Redding, Harris, and Hayward]. Fredericton, New Brunswick, Provincial Archives.
The following land petitions were examined at the Fredericton, N.S., Archives in 1997:
-Film F4176, 1814, Kings County: general petition for land by Matthew HAYWARD, 18 years old, unmarried; applying with Robert HENDRY; Matthew HAYWARD/HAYWOOD [both spellings in petition] was born Nova Scotia, arrived in New Brunswick "about" five years ago with his father and family. HENDRY was of Hampton, Kings Co.
-Film F4187, 1820, Kings County: [NOTE: this is the same petition that includes John McCULLY, noted elsewhere in the data base] Includes petitioners Matthew HAYWARD, age 23, with wife and one child, and Henry HAYWARD, age 25, born Nova Scotia, no family mentioned.

(2) Kanner, K. E. (1993). Early families revisited. Moncton, New Brunswick, Privately published.
HAYWARD FAMILY - Abigail COPP relatives; also possibly second marriage family of John McCULLY
1 - Henry HAYWARD b. ca. 1744 "possibly in Ireland"; d. 25 Mar 1808 Hopewell, N.B., 63 years.
2nd Marriage of Henry HAYWARD to Jane Mc_____ 15 Dec 1790. Jane died ca 1797 Windsor Twp, Hants, N.S. Three children:
2 - Catherine HAYWARD b. 20 Jan 1792 Windsor Twp, N.S.; d. Sussex, N.B.; m. Samuel MORTON 9 May 1816.
2 - Henry HAYWARD b. 27 Jul 1794 Windsor Twp, N.S.; petitioned for land in Sussex 1812.
2 - Mathew HAYWARD b. 14 Oct 1796 Windsor Twp., N.S.' m. Margaret______.

(3). S. R. Wilbur. 1999. [Haywards in Belmont County, Ohio]. e-mail. January 1999.
The following inquiry was posted on the Rootsweb mailing lists for Belmont, Guernsey and Jefferson counties, Ohio:
"Is the name HAYWARD familiar in this area? I'm looking for two brothers, Henry HAYWARD [b. 1794 Nova Scotia] and Matthew HAYWARD [b. 1796 Nova Scotia; had wife Margaret ___] who may have arrived in the Steubenville area around 1820-1822, possibly lived in Guernsey or Belmont counties 1820s-1840s. They would have come to the area from Kings County, New Brunswick."

Response regarding Henry HAYWARD and Matthew HAYWARD:
(A) From: "George and Harriet Herrington" <miherrington@email.msn.com>
1830 Belmont Co., Census
Pultney Township
Mathew HAYWOOD
Males: 0-5/1; 5-10/1: 20-40/1
Females: 0-5/1; 5-10/1; 10-15/1; 30/40/1

(B) From:Bonnie Burkhardt <burkhard@flash.net>
There is a Matthew Hayward in Clermont Co., Wayne Twp., pg. 284 in 1840
and also a Nathan, same county, Goshen Twp., pg. 266.

(4). State of Ohio. [Haywards in Ohio censuses].
1840 Census Index - Clermont County, Ohio - Wayne Township - Matthew HAYWARD on p.284.

1850 Census Index - Clermont County, Ohio - Wayne TWP - Matthew HAYWARD p.86.

(5) Ohio HAYWARD records from International Genealogical Index: David Joshia HAYWARD b. 8 May 1834 Edenton, Clermont Co., OH - mother Margaret SHELDON; David J. HAYWARD m. Martha L. RATH 22 Feb 1870 Defiance Co., OH; Nancy E. HAYWARD m. John JORDAN 1 Jan 1857 Clermont Co., OH; Jane HAYWARD m. Joseph DAUGHERTY 4 Mar 1857 Clermont Co., OH.

Spouse: MARGARET SHELDON
Marr: ca 1818, New Brunswick

Children: UNNAMED (ca1819-)
UNNAMED
UNNAMED
UNNAMED
UNNAMED

David Joshia HAYWARD

Nancy E. HAYWARD

 

3 - HAYWARD female[Matthew-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1819

3 - HAYWARD male [Matthew-2, Henry-1]
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3 - HAYWARD female [Matthew-2, Henry-1]
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3 - HAYWARD male [Matthew-2, Henry-1]
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3 - HAYWARD female [Matthew-2, Henry-1]
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3 - David Joshia HAYWARD [Matthew-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: 8 May 1834, Edenton, Clermont Co., Ohio
Death: 8 Nov 1918, Dayton, Montgomery Co., OH
Burial: Old Soldiers Home - Dayton, Montgomery Co., OH
Father: Matthew Hayward (1796-)
Mother: Margaret Sheldon (1798-1874)

REFERENCES:
(1) LDS records - IGI: David Joshia HAYWARD b. 8 May 1834 Edenton, Clermont Co., OH; father's name not given, mother's name Margaret SHELDON. Married Martha L. RATH 22 Feb 1870 at Defiance, Defiance Co., OH.

(2) E. Hayward. 2000. [Information on the family of David Joshia Hayward]. e-mail. Oct-Nov 2000.
Information on Hayward family received from:
Erna Hayward - Coorparoo Queensland, AUSTRALIA
Date: Sun, 22 Oct 2000 15:38:54 +1000
"My Grandfather Ernest Sheldon Hayward (born in Topeka Kansas on 10 March 1877; died Spokane Washington in 1955) was the son of David Joshia Hayward and Martha Rath. I am told David Joshia Hayward died on 8 Nov 1918 at the Old Soldiers Home in Dayton, Ohio (buried there), and Martha Rath died on 27 Feb 1882 and is Buried at Toledo Qld Quaker Cemetery in Chase County, Kansas.
"I have some very rough hand written notes given to me from one of my aunts which said David Joshia's mother was Margaret Sheldon (who was born in Nova Scotia and came to Ohio via Maryland. The notes are missing hisfather's name."

Date: Sat, 4 Nov 2000 14:24:02 +1000
"My information comes from some very rough notes that an aunt gave me that she got from another descendent of David Joshia Hayward and Martha Rath: David and Mary Hayward who were living in Anderson, Indiana. David has since died.
"I have a copy of a document that makes reference to a Family Bible that pages were torn out of and sent on to someone in - there is a note dated 20 May 1919, as follows [Note: I have left the errors in as written]:
[State of Kansas,
County of Chase,
I Arthur J Klotz, A Notary Public, within and for the County and State afore said, do hereby certify that I have this day examined Three leaves of a Family Bible now in the possession of Mrs, Walter Crook and Daughter of
David J Hayward and I find on one of these leaves the following,.
Willie E Hayward died on 11th Day of January 1871. Mary I Hayward died on the 11th Day of August 1873. Martha A Hayward died on the 27th Day of February 1882. Margarett Hayward died on the 2nd day od November 1814, age76 years, borned in Novscotia.
Mrs Cooke Crooke states to me that she wrote her brother for the Family record, and instead of sending the bible he tore the sheets contacting the records and sent them to her. Given under my hand and offical seal this
17th Day of May 1919]

(3) DAVID JOSHIA HAYWARD Military Record: Union Army, Civil War -
J Company: B Unit: 5 Ohio Cavalry.
Rank In: Private Rank Out: Private
National Archives Microfilm Box, Roll, and Record:
000552, 0046, 00002199
and
J. Company: E Unit: 22 Ohio Infantry.
Rank In: Private Rank Out: Private
National Archives Microfilm Box, Roll, and Record:
000552, 0046, 00002200

 

Spouse: MARTHA ANN RATH
Birth: 20 Oct 1845
Death: 27 Feb 1882, Chase Co., Kansas
Father: JOHN RATH (1803-1876)
Mother: MARY M. McCAULEY(1805-1873)
Marr: 22 Feb 1870, Defiance, Defiance Co., OH

REFERENCE:
(1) T. Smith. 2000. [Information on Rath-Hayward family connections]. e-mail. Oct-Nov 2000.
Information on HAYWARD-RATH connection from Tom Smith [Carmel, IN]:
Date: Sat, 3 Jun 2000 16:36:43 -0500
"In the 1870 Defiance Co., Ohio, census. I found David and Martha HAYWOOD living with my 3rd great-grandparents John and Mary [McCAULEY] RATH and their son George. I find no record of them in the 1880 Ohio census. John and Mary died in 1876 and 1873, and George apparantly moved away. No Haywood/Haywards are in McCauley Cemetery where most of the Raths are buried, so I suspect they moved away too."

Date: Wed, 1 Nov 2000 22:05:25 -0500
"Regarding David Hayward and Martha Rath, my 2nd great-grandfather Michael Rath was a brother of Martha. Their parents were John Rath (1803 - 1876) and Mary M. McCauley (1805 - 1873). David and Martha were living with her parents in Defiance Co., Ohio in the 1870 census. The family included 6 boys: William, John P., Joseph, Michael P., George W., and Phillip McCauley along with at least 2 girls: Mary and Martha A. I believe that there was at least one additional daughter: Elizabeth Rath. She married a Wendlin Bowman in Defiance Co. just before the 1850 census. I lost track of her after the 1860 census. All the boys except William fought in the Civil War with John and Joseph dying. The boys and their families all remained in Defiance Co. Mary is gone after the 1860 census. Michael's obit lists her as a probable survivor - Mary Truck of Cincinnati, Ohio.
"John Rath was reportedly born in Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania and is of Bavarian descent. Michael's obit states that William Rath came to New York in 179_ and with his son Anthony settling in Philadelphia. I assume that
William is either father or grandfather of John, but I suppose he could be even farther back. Mary M. McCauley Rath is daughter of Phillip and Mary McCauley. She had a brother Patrick who settled in Defiance Co. and a
sister Susan on whom I have no information. Her father Phillip McCauley was reportedly born in Ireland and fought in the War of 1812, but I have found little trace of him. Mary McCauley was reportedly born in Pennsylvania of
German ancestry. She came to Defiance Co. from Pennsylvania with her granddaughter Juliann (d.of Patrick) in the winter of 1855. Both died there that winter and were the first burials in McCauley Cemetery.
"Apparently John and Mary were married in the Carlisle, Cumberland Co., Pennsylvania area. Their children were born in Cumberland, Franklin, and Adams counties of Pennsylvania. They came to Defiance Co. in 1845 and John
was a blacksmith there in Tiffin Twp."

Children: Willie Elsworth (1871-1871)
Mary Ivy (1871-1873)
John Livingston (1873-1953)
James Albian (1876-1941)
Ernest Sheldon (1877-1955)
Rosa May (1880-1968)
Martha Lillian (1882-ca1892)

 

4 - WILLIE ELSWORTH HAYWARD [David Joshia-3, Matthew-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: 8 Jan 1871
Death: 11 Jan 1871

REFERENCE:
(1) E. Hayward. 2000. [Information on the family of David Joshia Hayward]. e-mail. Oct-Nov 2000.
"I have a copy of a document that makes reference to a Family Bible that pages were torn out of and sent on to someone in - there is a note dated 20 May 1919, as follows [Note: I have left the errors in as written]:
[State of Kansas,
County of Chase,
I Arthur J Klotz, A Notary Public, within and for the County and State afore said, do hereby certify that I have this day examined Three leaves of a Family Bible now in the possession of Mrs, Walter Crook and Daughter of
David J Hayward and I find on one of these leaves the following,.
Willie E Hayward died on 11th Day of January 1871. Mary I Hayward died on the 11th Day of August 1873. Martha A Hayward died on the 27th Day of February 1882. Margarett Hayward died on the 2nd day od November 1814, age 76 years, borned in Novscotia.
Mrs Cooke Crooke states to me that she wrote her brother for the Family record, and instead of sending the bible he tore the sheets contacting the records and sent them to her. Given under my hand and offical seal this
17th Day of May 1919]

 

4 - MARY IVY HAYWARD [David Joshia-3, Matthew-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: 31 Dec 1871
Death: 11 Aug 1873

REFERENCE:
(1) E. Hayward. 2000. [Information on the family of David Joshia Hayward]. e-mail. Oct-Nov 2000.
"I have a copy of a document that makes reference to a Family Bible that pages were torn out of and sent on to someone in - there is a note dated 20 May 1919, as follows [Note: see letter under Willie Elsworth HAYWARD, above].

4 - JOHN LIVINGSTON HAYWARD [David Joshia-3, Matthew-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: 12 Oct 1873
Death: 21 Jan 1953

REFERENCE:
(1) E. Hayward. 2000. [Information on the family of David Joshia Hayward]. e-mail. Oct-Nov 2000.
Information on birth, death, and marriage provided from family records.

Spouse: INEZ BRANDON
Birth: 19 Mar 1887

4 - JAMES ALBIAN HAYWARD [David Joshia-3, Matthew-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: 4 Feb 1876
Death: 10 May 1941

REFERENCE:
(1) E. Hayward. 2000. [Information on the family of David Joshia Hayward]. e-mail. Oct-Nov 2000.
Information on birth and death provided from family records.

4 - ERNEST SHELDON HAYWARD [David Joshia-3, Matthew-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: 10 Mar 1877, Topeka, Shawnee Co., Kansas
Death: 1955, Spokane, Spokane Co., Washington

REFERENCE:
(1) E. Hayward. 2000. [Information on the family of David Joshia Hayward].
Date: Sun, 22 Oct 2000 15:38:54 +1000
"My Grandfather Ernest Sheldon Hayward (born in Topeka Kansas on 10 March 1877; died Spokane Washington in 1955) was the son of David Joshia Hayward and Martha Rath. I am told David Joshia Hayward died on 8 Nov 1918 at the Old Soldiers Home in Dayton, Ohio (buried there), and Martha Rath died on 27 Feb 1882 and is Buried at Toledo Qld Quaker Cemetery in Chase County, Kansas.
"I have some very rough hand written notes given to me from one of my aunts which said David Joshia's mother was Margaret Sheldon (who was born in Nova Scotia and came to Ohio via Maryland. The notes are missing his father's name."

SPOUSE: FLORENCE AMY PHIPPS
Birth: 12 Sep 1881, Aston, Warwick Co., England
Death: 10 Mar 1951, Pullman, Whitman Co., Washington
Father: William Henry Phipps
Mother: Mary Harriet Dickenson
Marr: 18 Jan 1912, North Battleford, Saskatchewan, Canada

4 - ROSA MAY HAYWARD [David Joshia-3, Matthew-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: 5 Feb 1880
Death: 1 Jul 1968

Spouse: WALTER CROOKE

4 - MARTHA LILLIAN HAYWARD [David Joshia-3, Matthew-2, Henry-1]
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Birth: 22 Feb 1882
Death: ca 1892


3 - Nancy E. HAYWARD b. ca 1835 Edenton, Clermont Co., OH; m. John JORDAN 1 Jan 1857 Clermont Co., OH.

 

 

Third Wife of HENRY HAYWARD: NANCY ANN COPP
Birth: Westmorland Co., New Brunswick
Father: JONATHAN COPP (1749-1822)
Mother: ELIZABETH ANDERSON
Marr: ca 1803

Children: Sara (1804-)
Jonathan Copp (ca1806-)

Other spouses Isabella Griffith?, Jane McCulloh

2. SARA HAYWARD [Henry-1]
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Birth: 7 May 1804, Hopewell, Albert Co., New Brunswick

REFERENCES:
(1). Kanner, K. E. (1993). Early families revisited. Moncton, New Brunswick, Privately published.
HAYWARD FAMILY - Abigail COPP relatives; also possibly second marriage family of John McCULLY
1 - Henry HAYWARD b. ca. 1744 "possibly in Ireland"; d. 25 Mar 1808 Hopewell, N.B., 63 years.
3rd marriage of Henry HAYWARD to Nancy COPP ca. 1803; 2 children:
2 - Sara HAYWARD b. 7 May 1804 Hopewell, N.B.
2 - Jonathan Copp HAYWARD chr. 1806 Hopewell, N.B.; lived in Amherst Co. N.S. in 1827; m. Sarah GOODWIN ca. 1827.

(2). E. M. Franks. 1996. [Jonathan Copp family - Henry Hayward connection]. letter. 26 July 1996.
Mrs. Eunice M. Franks [210-193 Lockwood Road, Regina, Saskatchewan S4S 6G9] wrote the following in a letter to us about Copps, McCullys and Haywards:
"I do not know any more about Henry's [HAYWARD] sec. wife Jane (McCall?); the records were old, and the Microfilm was very poor - even Archivist at Halifax could not make it out clearly - so spell. is only a guess.
"Henry Hayward married 3rd Nancy (Ann) Copp (a cousin of her, Abigail, married Henry's oldest son, G. G. Hayward).Abigail was d/o David Copp and Mary (May) Pike of Horton, N. S., then Westmorland Co., N. B. Ann (Nancy) Copp was d/o Jonathan Copp and Elizabeth Anderson. I think Nancy re-married a KEILLOR of Westmorland Co. Her father Jonathan Copp died before 19 June 1822, when his will was probated. He left sons Daniel, Samuel, Chandler, James, and grandson Jonathan Copp (son of deceased son John), and two daughters, Ann KEILOR (probably "Nancy", married 2nd) and one other dau. Mary, married a WILBUR.
"Nancy Copp married Henry Hayward (his 3rd marriage) at Hopewell; she was very young - ca 1803, he about 58 years old (died 25 March 1808). Dau. Sarah Hayward b. 7 May 1804; son Jonathan Copp Hayward b. ca 1806. Ann (Nancy) probably remarried ca. 1809/10 ___ KEILLOR."

 

2 - JONATHAN COPP HAYWARD [Henry-1]
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Birth: ca 1806, Hopewell, Albert Co., New Brunswick

REFERENCES:
(1). Kanner, K. E. (1993). Early families revisited. Moncton, New Brunswick, Privately published.
HAYWARD FAMILY - Abigail COPP relatives; also possibly second marriage family of John McCULLY
1 - Henry HAYWARD b. ca. 1744 "possibly in Ireland"; d. 25 Mar 1808 Hopewell, N.B., 63 years.
3rd marriage of Henry HAYWARD to Nancy COPP ca. 1803; 2 children:
2 - Sara HAYWARD b. 7 May 1804 Hopewell, N.B.
2 - Jonathan Copp HAYWARD chr. 1806 Hopewell, N.B.; lived in Amherst Co. N.S. in 1827; m. Sarah GOODWIN ca. 1827.

(2). E. M. Franks. 1996. [Jonathan Copp family - Henry Hayward connection]. letter. 26 July 1996.
Mrs. Eunice M. Franks [210-193 Lockwood Road, Regina, Saskatchewan S4S 6G9] wrote the following in a letter to us about Copps, McCullys and Haywards:
"I do not know any more about Henry's [HAYWARD] sec. wife Jane (McCall?); the records were old, and the Microfilm was very poor - even Archivist at Halifax could not make it out clearly - so spell. is only a guess.
"Henry Hayward married 3rd Nancy (Ann) Copp (a cousin of her, Abigail, married Henry's oldest son, G. G. Hayward).Abigail was d/o David Copp and Mary (May) Pike of Horton, N. S., then Westmorland Co., N. B. Ann (Nancy) Copp was d/o Jonathan Copp and Elizabeth Anderson. I think Nancy re-married a KEILLOR of Westmorland Co. Her father Jonathan Copp died before 19 June 1822, when his will was probated. He left sons Daniel, Samuel, Chandler, James, and grandson Jonathan Copp (son of deceased son John), and two daughters, Ann KEILOR (probably "Nancy", married 2nd) and one other dau. Mary, married a WILBUR.
"Nancy Copp married Henry Hayward (his 3rd marriage) at Hopewell; she was very young - ca 1803, he about 58 years old (died 25 March 1808). Dau. Sarah Hayward b. 7 May 1804; son Jonathan Copp Hayward b. ca 1806. Ann (Nancy) probably remarried ca. 1809/10 ___ KEILLOR."

Spouse: SARAH GOODWIN
Marr: ca 1827

3 - MARGARET REBECCA HAYWARD [Jonathan Copp-2, Henry-1]

Born ca 1851; died 1917

Spouse: JOHN CALVIN ALLEN [b. 1845, d. 1921]

 

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