NameRobert HAYWARD
Birth1613, England [124]
ImmigrationJul 1635, Dorchester aboard the Assurance [659]
Movebef Jul 1642, Windsor, Hartford Co, CT
Death23 Aug 1684, Windsor, Hartford Co, CT [53]
SpouseLydia KILBORNE
Christen14 Jul 1616, Wood Ditton, Cambridgeshire, England [641]
Immigration1635, Massachusetts Bay aboard the Increase [from London] [3], [1053]
Deathaft 1684, Windsor, Hartford Co, CT [641]
FatherThomas KILBORNE (ch. 1578-<1639)
MotherFrances Moody (ch. 1584-<1650)
1 FSarah Hayward (Died young)
Birth1 Jan 1644, Windsor, Hartford Co, CT [53]
Death1647, Windsor, Hartford Co, CT [82]
2 FMary Hayward (Died young)
Birthabt 1645, Windsor, Hartford Co, CT
Death1647, Windsor, Hartford Co, CT [659]
3 MTayhath Howard
Birth1 Jan 1646, Windsor, Hartford Co, CT [82]
4 FMary Hayward (Died young)
Birthabt 1647, Windsor, Hartford Co, CT
Death1650, Windsor, Hartford Co, CT [82]
Birth17 Aug 1648, Windsor, Hartford Co, CT [82]
DeathSept 1676 - Aug 1682, Haddam, Middlesex Co, CT [659]
6 FEsther Howard (Died young)
Birth8 Jun 1651, Windsor, Hartford Co, CT [82]
Death5 Dec 1657, Windsor, Hartford Co, CT [53]
7 FLydia Howard
Birth13 Jun 1655, Windsor, Hartford Co, CT [82]
Christen16 Jun 1655, Windsor, Hartford Co, CT [82]
Death4 May 1676, Windsor, Hartford Co, CT [53]
8 MEphraim Howard
Birth11 Jan 1656, Windsor, Hartford Co, CT [53]
DeathNov 1690 [659]
SpouseAbigail Newberry
Marriage8 Jan 1684, Windsor, Hartford Co, CT [53]
Notes for Robert HAYWARD
First found in Dorchester in 1635. Moved later to Windsor and was admitted to the church on 10 Jul 1642. Juror of a Particular Court in Jun 1643 and September 1645.[ [641]] He received a land grant at Windsor before 1643 which he sold to Peter Brown in 1658. He was a millwright in Windsor and served nearby towns as well. Listed as a freeman in 1669. A 1680 deposition refers to Dr. Robert Howard, which is assumed to be this Robert, because there is no other man with a similar name found in the area. At his death, Robert Hayward’s estate amounted to £96.[ [659]]

Savage's: HAYWARD, ROBERT, Windsor, a miller, m. Lydia, d. of the first Thomas Kilborne, had Tabitha, b. 1 Jan. 1647; Rebecca, 17 Aug. 1648; Esther, 8 June 1651; Lydia, 13 Jan. 1655; beside three other ds. most of wh. d. young; and Ephraim, 11 Jan. 1657; rem. to Northampton 1659, but after some yrs. went back to W. there d. 23 Aug. 1684. His wid. wh. came with her f. in the Increase 1635, test. in 1684, that she was 70 yrs. old, only slight exagger. Rebecca m. a. 1665, John Spencer of Haddam. This fam. is usually called Howard.
Will notes for Robert HAYWARD
Invt. œ96-02-00. Taken 28 August, 1684, by Daniel Clarke sen., Job Drake sen., John Moore.
Lydia Haward, the Relict, aged 70 years or thereabouts, & James Miles, aged 35, Testify that to their knowledge Robert Hayward in his life time gave unto Ephraim his son that parcell of Land that sometime belonged to the sayd Robert Hayward, Lying in a Meadow called Mr. Phelps his Meadow, & owned it a little before his death. And Widow Hayward farther sayth that her son Ephraim had the possession of the Sayd Land before her husband's death. They both, and Job Drake sen., doe testify that Robert Hayward freely gave Edward King's Mortgage to his son Ephraim, only Ephraim was not to turn King out of dores while he
lived, he the sd. King duly discharging the rates.
Lydia Hayward & James Miles personally appeared & gave oath to the above written Testimonies before Benjamin Newbery, Comr, 3 Sept., 1684.
Court Record, Page 93--4 September, 1684: Invt. Exhibited. Adms. to Lydia, the Relict, & Ephraim Hayward, the sonn of sayd Robert Hayward
Notes for Lydia KILBORNE
Immigrated with her parents to Wethersfield in 1635. Mentioned in her mother’s will in 1650. Her husband died before here and there is a record of a deposition made by her at Windsor in 1684 where she gives her age as “70 or thereabouts.” [641]
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