genealogy of Patty Rose

 

 


Genealogy of Patty Rose


Name Jonathan* HAYNES
Birth bap 11 Jun 1648, Salem, Essex, Massachusetts12,78
Death 22 Feb 1697/98, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts20,51,78
Father William* HAYNES (1624-1651)
Mother Sarah* INGERSOLL (1627-~1719)
Marriage 30 Dec 1674, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts20
Spouse Sarah* MOULTON
Birth 17 Dec 1656, Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire20,22,29,78
Death 173178
Father William* MOULTON (~1617-1664)
Mother Margaret* PAGE (~1630-1699)
Children:
1 F Mary HAYNES
Birth 14 Nov 1675, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts20,76
Death young, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts20
2 F Mary HAYNES
Birth 2 Oct 1677, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts20,76
Death 21 Nov 1746, Andover, Essex, Massachusetts
Spouse John PRESTON
Marriage 10 Jan 1707, Andover, Essex, Massachusetts23
3 F Hannah HAYNES
Birth abt 1678, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts
Death 19 Apr 1733, Norwich, New London, Connecticut
Spouse John HEATH
Marriage 16 Dec 1697, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts36,51
4 M Thomas HAYNES
Birth 14 May 1680, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts20,76,78
Death 6 Dec 1771, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts20,51
Spouse Hannah HARRIMAN
Marriage 22 Dec 1703, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts20,51
5 M Jonathan HAYNES
Birth 3 Sep 1684, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts20,76,78
Death 29 Mar 1745, St Thomas, Quebec, Canada
Spouse Marie POSE
Marriage 3 Oct 1712, Montmagny, Quebec, Canada
6 F Sarah HAYNES
Birth bef 1686, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts
Death 29 May 1745, Lebanon, New London, Connecticut
Spouse Thomas KINGSBURY
Marriage 19 Jan 1702/03, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts51,78
7 F Margaret HAYNES
Birth 3 Mar 1686/87, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts20,51
Death 10 Feb 1753, Windham, Windham, Connecticut68
Spouse Thomas KINGSBURY
Marriage 25 Nov 1706, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts51
8 M Joseph HAYNES
Birth 4 Aug 1689, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts20,51
Death 4 May 1756, Quebec, Canada
Spouse Marguerite MAROIS
Marriage 12 Feb 1709/10, L'Ange-Gardien, Quebec, Canada
Spouse Dorothee LESSARD
Marriage 30 May 1718, Quebec, Quebec, Canada
Spouse Marie Francoise LAFRANCE
Marriage 1 Jul 1726
Spouse Catherine MIGNERON
Marriage 16 Jun 1732, Ste-Foy, Quebec, Canada
9 F Ruth* HAYNES
Birth 10 Feb 1691/92, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts20,51
Death 1787
Spouse John* CORLISS
Marriage 171136
10 F Abigail HAYNES
Birth bap 10 Mar 1694/95, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts51
Death 5 Jul 1722, Plainfield, Windham, Connecticut68
Spouse Jacob WARREN
Marriage 11 Jan 1714/15, Plainfield, Windham, Connecticut68
11 F Elizabeth HAYNES
Birth 22 Mar 1696/97, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts20,29,51,78
Death 1756, Plainfield, Windham, Connecticut
Spouse Isaac SPALDING
Marriage 2 Feb 1712/13, Plainfield, Windham, Connecticut29,68,78
Notes for Jonathan* HAYNES
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Jonathan Haynes, s. ----, bp. 11: 4m: 1648 Salem [ref 12]
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JONATHAN, Newbury, said to be s. of Jonathan of the same (but very little reliance is due to that Jonathan, as the story is so uncert.), m. 1 Jan. Mary Moulton, wh. soon d. and he m. 30 Dec. 1674, Sarah Moulton, both ds. of William, as I presume, tho. the fam. geneal. gives this designat. only to the latter, had Mary, Mary, Thomas, Sarah, Jonathan; rem. to Haverhill, there had Margaret, Joseph, Ruth, Elizabeth; was k by the Ind. 22 Feb. 1697. In Geneal. Reg. IX. 349, he is favor. with three more ds. all without dates either of b. or m. wh. are giv. in m. to men of Conn. Now that alone would be a very improb. circumstance, yet capable of obtain. support from the statement, that two others rem. to that province with their hs. Less likely is the fond tradit. of his hav. liv. in N. forty yrs. a full grown man, bef. he m. and still less of his being br. of Gov. H. Indeed the whole story of the fam. abounds in wonders as giv. by Guy C. Haines of East Boston. [ref 20]
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Jonathan Haynes baptism 11 Apr* 1648 Salem Essex [ref 76]
*4th = June?
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Jonathan Haynes married Mary* Moultan Jan 01, 1674 in Newbury, Essex Co., MA [ref 23:0886202 item 3]
*probably a clerical error for "Sarah"
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JONATHAN HAYNES, son of William and Sarah (Ingersoll) Haynes, was baptized June 11, 1648, together with his sister Sarah. In 1682 he deposed that he was then aged about thirty-six years, which would place his birth date in 1646. An Essex County court record gives the marriage of Jonathan Haines of Newburie to Sarah Moulton 30th of the 10th month (Dec.) 1674. She was the daughter of William and Margaret (Page) Moulton of Hampton, N. H., born December 17, 1656. Notice of the marriage appears also in Newbury, Mass. vital records but differs on two points from the court record. The date is given as two days later (January 1, 1674) and the wife's name is given as Mary. Sarah Moulton's sister Mary had died July 27, 1664. One assumes that the entry was made from an inexact report or from faulty memory. Unfortunately, forgetting that at that time the first of the year fell on March 25 and not on Jan. 1, the date was misinterpreted. Had double dating been used it would have read 1 Jan. 1674/5. By adding (giving no authority) ten years to the date of Mary Moulton's death, the statement appeared in print and has been continually copied, that the first wife of Jonathan Haynes was Mary Moulton, that she died the 27th of July 1674, and that he married her sister five months later. The family lived in Newbury ten years or more and then removed to Haverhill, where the births of their five youngest children are recorded; the first on the list there being Mary, born 3rd of March 1686/7, followed by Joseph, Ruth, Abigail and Elizabeth. Newbury records of the older children are incomplete. Thomas (born May 14, 1680) and Jonathan (born September 3, 1684) are listed, but the names of Sarah and Hannah, the two eldest of the family, and of Margaret (who, if her age at death is correctly stated, was younger than Thomas) are not given. Haverhill, inland on the Merrimac River, was still a frontier town, though founded in 1640, and but few towns suffered so severely from the Indians. During King William's war, on the 15th of August 1696, Jonathan Haynes, his three sons (Thomas aged 16, Jonathan 12, Joseph 7) and his daughter Mary (aged 9) were captured by Indians. At Pennacook (Concord, N. H.) the party divided. The father and his eldest son, Thomas, were taken to an Indian village in Maine from which they escaped; but the man's strength failed as they wandered in the forest, and the boy, leaving him, followed the whirring sound of a saw mill which led him to Saco, where he found help for his father. Tradition says that the second Indian group tarried until winter near Pennacook, then, carrying Mary on a hand sled, went to Canada, where they sold her and her young brothers to the French. Mary was redeemed the next winter by the payment of a hundred pounds of tobacco carried North (again tradition says) on a hand sled. The two boys were identified many years later in Canada. They had grown up as Frenchmen, married into French-Canadian families and forgotten their native language. A year and a half after the first captivity, Indians again appeared in Haverhill (February 22, 1697/8) killed Jonathan Haynes and a neighbor, Samuel Ladd, and carried off their two sons, Thomas Haynes and Daniel Ladd. Thomas again escaped, as did Daniel Ladd, finally, though at his first attempt he had been recaptured and subjected to torture. Administration of her husband's estate was granted to Sarah Haines relict and widow of Jonathan Haines of Haverhill July 5, 1698, at Salem court. She, with three other residents of Haverhill, signed a petition, dated April 17, 1701, addressed to the Lieut. Governor and Council, begging that the act which had been passed for the redeeming of captives be put into execution as speedily as possible. No later record of her has been found. She is said to have died in 1731, which may be so. She would then be in her seventy-fifth year. Five years after the death of Jonathan Haynes, Haverhill records give the marriage of his daughter Sarah, January 19, 1702/3, to Thomas Kingsbury, Senior. She was his second wife. Eventually this family, as did others from Haverhill, removed to Windham County, Conn. and in Plainfield, when a distribution of town lands was being made, "whereas through the Goodness of God Thomas Kingsbury is returned from a Long Captivity and is now Providentially Cast amongst us," there was deeded to him a tract of twenty acres lying on the north side of the River Moosup. Among the twenty-seven subscribers, "lawful proprietors of the land," was his elder brother, James Kingsbury, who had been one of the early Plainfield settlers. The deed was dated October 7, 1708 and approved in the Town meeting the 2nd of December, 1708. It is not clear as to whether the captivity had been before or after the marriage to Sarah Haynes. Nearly twelve years later, Plainfield records give the death of Thomas Kingsbury, June 11, 1720. His children by his first wife had been killed in an Indian raid in Haverhill in March 1696/7, and there were no children of the second marriage. In his will he left all the land and buildings g where I now dwell to his beloved Cozen Thomas Kingsbury, who was his nephew and his wife's brother-in-law, married to her sister Margaret Haynes in Haverhill, November 25, 1706. Also named in the will is Cousin Bartholomew who lives with me and to continue to live with my wife. This was his wife's nephew, the ten-year-old son of her sister Hannah Haynes and John Heath, who had been married in Haverhill December 16, 1697, two months before Jonathan Haynes was killed. The widow, Sarah (Haynes) Kingsbury, married, as his second wife, William Corbett. First Church records of Lebanon, Conn. show that Sarah Corbett was admitted to the church October 29, 1721. In Essex County, Mass. Registry of Deeds will be found a complete list of the family of Jonathan and Sarah (Moulton) Haynes, in their claim, in 1731, to land inherited from their great-grandfather, Richard Ingersoll of Salem. The eldest son, Thomas of Haverhill (who had married Hannah Harriman in 1703) represented his brothers and sisters:
Jonathan and Joseph Haynes of Canada.
William Corbett and wife Sarah of Lebanon, Conn.
John Heath and wife Hannah of Norwich, Conn.
Thomas Kingsbury and wife Margaret of Windham, Conn.
John Preston and wife Mary of Windham, Conn.
John Corliss and wife Ruth of Haverhill, Mass.
Heirs of Jack (Jacob) Warren and wife Abigail, deceased.
Isaac Spalden (Spalding) and wife Elizabeth of Plainfield, Conn. [ref 78:88]
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Notes for Sarah* MOULTON
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Sarah, b. 17 Dec. 1656 [ref 20]
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Sarah, b. 17 Dec. 1656, daughter of William Moulton and Margaret of Hampton; m. 30 Dec. 1674 ('Mary' by Newb. rec.) Jonathan Haines; 9 ch. rec. Newhb and Haverh. He and 4 ch. were captured in 1695 and he was k. by Ind. 22 Feb. 1697-8. [ref 22]
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Sarah, December 17, 1656 [ref 29:919]
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Administration of her husband's estate was granted to Sarah Haines relict and widow of Jonathan Haines of Haverhill July 5, 1698, at Salem court. She, with three other residents of Haverhill, signed a petition, dated April 17, 1701, addressed to the Lieut. Governor and Council, begging that the act which had been passed for the redeeming of captives be put into execution as speedily as possible. No later record of her has been found. She is said to have died in 1731, which may be so. She would then be in her seventy-fifth year. The widow, Sarah (Haynes) Kingsbury, married, as his second wife, William Corbett. First Church records of Lebanon, Conn. show that Sarah Corbett was admitted to the church October 29, 1721. [ref 78:86]
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