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Henry Hayes

Male 1667 - Bef 1745  (78 years)


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  • Name Henry Hayes 
    Born 23 May 1667  Speisbury, Oxfordshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died Bef 30 Dec 1745  East Marlborough, Chester, Pennsylvania, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Buried West Chester, Pennsylvania Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I1084  Ramage | Ramage Line
    Last Modified 16 Nov 2011 

    Father Richard Hayes,   b. 1628, Epwell, County Oxfordshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 24 Jun 1676, Fulwell, County Oxfordshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 48 years) 
    Mother Unknown 
    Married Abt 1664 
    Family ID F1317  Group Sheet

    Family 1 Margaret,   d. 1736, Pennsilvania Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 28 Mar 2011 
    Family ID F449  Group Sheet

    Family 2 Isabella,   d. Yes, date unknown 
    Last Modified 28 Mar 2011 
    Family ID F448  Group Sheet

    Family 3 Rachel Margaret Cloud,   b. Abt 1671, Church Hulme, Cheshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown 
    Married 1690  Fulwell, Oxfordshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Henry Hayes, Jr.,   d. 1717
    +2. Joseph Hayes,   d. 1748, East Marlborough, Chester, Pennsylvania, USA Find all individuals with events at this location
     3. Richard Hayes,   d. 1742, West Marlborough Twp, Chester County, Pennsylvania Find all individuals with events at this location
     4. Thomasa Hayes,   d. 1738
     5. Stephen Hayes,   d. 1758, Fallowfield, Pennsylvania Find all individuals with events at this location
     6. James Hayes,   d. 1758, East Fallowfield, Pennsylvania Find all individuals with events at this location
     7. Joanna Hayes
     8. John Hayes
     9. Ann Hayes
     10. Rachel Hayes,   d. Nov 1788
     11. Ruth Hayes
     12. Lydia Hayes,   d. 24 Jul 1800, Christiana Hundred, New Castle County, Pennsylvania Find all individuals with events at this location
     13. Margaret Hayes,   b. 17 Jul 1692, Spelsbury, Fulwell, Oxfordshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
     14. Mary Hayes,   b. 17 Jul 1692, Spelsbury, Fulwell, Oxfordshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 6 Nov 1749  (Age 57 years)
    +15. Elizabeth Ann Hayes,   b. 11 Feb 1693, Spelsbury, Fulwell, Oxfordshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 11 Feb 1748, Brandywine Hundred, New Castle, New Castle Co., Delaware Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 55 years)
    +16. William Hayes,   b. 22 Oct 1694, Spelsbury, Fulwell, Oxfordshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1783, East Marlborough, Chester Co., Penn Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 88 years)
    Last Modified 15 Nov 2011 
    Family ID F450  Group Sheet

  • Notes 
    • He came to America in 1705.

      He immigrated to West Chester Co., Pennsylvania in 1705. He purchased 1,000 acres of land from William Penn (writer of his father's will).
      In 1717 his lands totalled 1484 acres.

      He was a member of the Colonial Assembly of Pa.

      He was a carpenter

      He was commissioned a justice of the common pleas 26 Aug 1717, which he held til his death. He was elected a member of Assembly in 1715, 1716, 1728, and 1730. He was not a Friend. Chester and Delaware Co., PA Memoirs.

      He obtained a warrent 3 Sep 1705, to take up 500 acres, on moiety of 1000 acres originally purchased from William Penn by Richard Hands, of Swarford, Oxoc Co., England... History of Chester Co, Pa...
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      Will: 1 Apr 1745 East Marlborough Township,Chester County,Pennsylvania
      Will: 30 Dec 1745 Will Proved,East Marlborough Township

      Chester County, Pennsylvania Wills, 1713-1825
      Henry Hayes of E. Marlborough. Husbandman. April 1, 1745. Decemeber 30, 1745. B. 195.
      To wife Isabella "if she delivers that paper to my executors which I signed to her before my marriage." To son John. To son William l shilling. To son Stephen
      10. To daughters Mary and Joanna, 1 shilling each. Remainder of real and personal estate to daughters Margaret, Elizabeth, Anne, Rachel, Ruth and Lydia. Margaret to have 20 more than the others. Executors: sons Joseph and James. Witnesses:
      Jonathan Jackson, George Carson.
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      "Henry Hayes,1705--1905..."Page 3: In 1705 Henry Hayes, of the village of Fulwell,Oxfordshire, England, came with his family to Pennsylvania, and on September 3rd of that year made application to Penn's Commissioners of Property to take up land in the new province, a grant of which he had already received in England.

      (1) Large copy of Patent from William Penn to Henry Hayes, dated September 17th, 1718, for 1484 acres of land in Caln and Marlborough townships, Chester County.(2) The original marriage certificates of William Hayes, oldest son of Henry, and
      those of his son Mordecai, the latter's son Mordecai, and the latter's son Jacob,--four generations in direct line. That of William Hayes is dated 11th month 19th, 1725-6, and bears the signature of Henry Hayes as one of the witnesses. (In possession of Wm. M. Hayes, West Chester, Pa.) * See copy of this marriage certificate, page 81.of Henry Hayes book]
      (3)Several old deeds bearing acknowledgements taken before Henry Hayes as Justice of the Peace.
      (4) Photographs of the site of the original Henry Hayes log house, in the northeast portion of the tract; of the old Thomas Hayes house and interior (still standing); of the old Drovers' Tavern on the original William Hayes Tract; and of the old Mordecai Hayes house and interior in Newlin Township.
      (5) Photograph of Henry Hayes Will, also of the Inventory of his estate, and of the Executors' Account of its administration.
      (6) Several early drafts of Marlborough Township and vicinity, showing original property lines. (Belonging to W. Marshall Swayne, Kennett Square, Pa.)

      Page 7: Historical Sketch, by Miss Martha Brinton Thompson. At an early period in the history of Pennsylvania, while William Penn was Propietor in Chief of the Province,and Queen Ann ruled in the British Empire, our ancestor, Henry Hayes,then of Fulwell, in the County of Oxon (Oxfordshire), England, arrived in America, and received in September of the same year, 1705, the first warrant for his large estate.As we look back over the years and picture him as one prominent both in county and province, holding high offices of responsibility, we may well feel proud to be the descendants of such a man.In the minutes of William Penn's Commissioners of Property, under date of 7 mo. 3d, 1705, we read as follows:"The Proprietary, by Lease and Release, dated 11th and 12th 8ber (October) 1681, Granted To Richard Haunds, of Swanford, in the County of Oxon, husbandman, 1,000 acres of Land in this Province, to Hold, &c. The said Richard Haunds, by Indenture of Lease and Release, bearing date the 13 and 14 days of 10ber (December)1700, Granted the said 1,000 acres of Land to Henry Hays, of Fulvell, in said County, Carpenter, to Hold, &c, (who) requests Warrant to Take up some 500 acres and a Lott
      and Liberty Land Appurtenant to the Purchase aforesaid. The Lotts Lye on Schuylkill Side."28th 11 mo. 1705: "Henry Hayes desiring a Convenient Lott to build On has Pitcht on a vacancy of 33 foot between 3d and 4th Streets on the South side,
      belonging to Rich'd Hound's 1,000 acres, and pays 15 pounds to the Prop'ry with all Other Charges, let his Pat. be dispatched without delay, he's given full Security." (The minutes omit to state on this date Henry Hayes received a warrant for the remainder of his 1,000 acres.)10th of 4th mo. 1713:

      "Henry Hayes of Chester County, desiring to purchase a Vacant Tract of Land lieing between the Tract laid out to the old Society of Traders and Hilltown, on the North of Abiah Taylor's land, of which Isaac Taylor, by his Letter gives but a mean acco't, as being barren, &c. He agrees with the Secretary to give Twelve Pounds Ten shillings pr. Hundred, to be paid in three months, and a Warrant is signed, dated the 22d Instant."4 mo.1718: "Signed a Patent to Henry Hayes, of the County of Chester, for 1,484 acres of Land in the Township of Caln and Marlborough, in the said County, 1,000 acres whereof is Richard Hand's Original Purchase, the other 484 acres he now pays 66 pounds, 13s, 4d, dated the 5th 8ber 1717."(Should be the 25th.)The first warrant for survey of the land was as follows:Pennsylvania SS.By the
      Commission of Property.At the request of Henry Hayes lately arrived in this Province That we would grant him to take up five hundred acres of land being one moiety of a thousand acres Originally Purchased of the Proprietor by Richard Hanns
      These are to Authorize and Require thee to survey to the said Henry Hayes the said quantity of five hundred acres of Land in the County of Chester where not already surveyed nor take up nor conceled nor seated by the Indians, An make Returns into the General Surveyor's Office at Philadelphia where this Warr't is to Remain and a Copy thereof to be deliv'd to thee certified by the Secretary. Given under our hands and Seal of the Province at Philadelphia the 3d day of September 1705.To Isaac Taylor,Surveyor Edw's Shippen of the County of Chester Griffith Owen James Logan A true Copy James Logan Secr'y."The second warrant was similar in form and bore the date 11th month 28th, 1705.Under the first warrant Henry Hayes obtained a survey of 384 acres of land on the west branch of the Brandywine, just south of Coatesville, and described as being in Caln, but now in East Fallowfield Township. Part of this tract is still owned [1905] by one of Henry Hayes's descendants, H. Preston Baker. By the second warrant a tract of 600 acres was located in East Marlborough,including at its southeast corner the greater part of Unionville.Adjoining this to the northwest 500 acres were added by the last warrant,
      making 1100 in Marlborough and 384 in East Fallowfield, or 1484 in all as mentioned in the patent.
      Page 9 In right of the original purchase of Richard Hands he was entitled to a lot in the city of Philadelphia, but this being assigned to him near the Schuylkill he gave it up and purchased one of 33 feet front on the south side of Market Street,beginning at the distance of 184 feet from Third Street. He was also assigned to 20 acres, out of the 1000, as a pasture lot in the so-called "Liberties" or outskirts of the city. Under his first warrant a survey of 16 acres was made in what is now West Philadelphia; but this he conveyed,Dec. 3, 1708, to John Powell for 8 pounds.One of the first public services to which he was called was to lay out a road from John Renthrow's, in Londongrove, probably near the present Chatham, by way of Avondale and Kennett Square to the Anvil Tavern. This was located on the 14th of February, 1707. On Nov. 28, 1710, he was appointed supervisor of roads in Marlborough, but at that time roads were very few.Henry Hayes was commissioned a justice of the Quarter Sessions, Common Pleas and Orphans' Court, August 26, 1717, and continued by re-appointment at several times until his death. In that day there were about eighteen
      justices in commission at one time, and seldom more than half of them attended a particular session.

      In 1741 Gov. George Thomas informed his Council of a report by letter from John Penn, "that the Court at Chester had set aside a man from the Jury for declining to take the affirmation, and insisting to be qualiefied as a Juror by Oath; and in which Letter Mr. Penn had strongly recommended to the Governor to appoint a Majority of such Magistrates in every County as would not scruple to take or at least to Administer an Oath, that equal and impartial justice might be done to all men."

      No evidence has been discovered to show that Henry Hayes was in membership with the religious Society of Friends, and it is not probable that he was opposed to administering oaths. Some of his children joined with Friends, being doubtless enticed within the fold by persons of the opposite sex. He was elected a member of the Assembly in the years 1715 and 1716, and again in 1728 and 1730, but of the political questions of the day or his attitude towards them, we are not informed. Prior to the year 1729 Chester County occupied the southeastern part of the province of Pennsylvania, and was limited to the westward only by the extent of the settlements. The county seat was at Chester, on the Delaware, quite distant from many of the citizens. At a meeting of the Provincial Council, Feb. 6th, 1728-9:[There follows a segment regarding a petition to divide the county]

      Page 10 It is now fifty years since the arrival of William Penn and his division of the province into the three counties of Chester, Philadelphia and Bucks; the matter was of great importance and after some discussion it was referred to the following day for further consideration, at which time it was resolved:[There follows another segment, a portion of which is here excerpted]

      Feb. 20th: "The Governour informed the Board that pursuant to the Resolve of last Council he had acquainted the House of Representatives with his Intention to Erect
      the upper part of the County of Chester into a separate County, in which they had concurred, & desired that an equal Number of the Inhabitants of the Lower & Upper Part might run the Division Line: And therefore he was now to recommend to the Board to chuse fitt & well qualified Persons for that Service, & to consider of
      proper Directions for their Guidance therein: And after due Consideration thereof"Tis ordered that Henry Hayes, Samuel Nutt, Samuel Hollingsworth,Philip Taylor, Elisha Gatchel, James James, John Wright, Tobias Hendricks, Samuel Blunston, Andrew Cornish, Thomas Edwards & John Musgrave, or the Major Part of them, calling to their Assistance John Taylor, the Surveyor of Chester County, meet at some convenient place near Octeraroe Creek or River, & cause a mark'd Line to be run from the northerly or main Branch of the said Creek Northward...."On May 2d,1729, a return was made to the above order, signed by all the commissioners except Samuel Nutt, representing that on the 17th of March they had located such a division line by course and distance; whereupon the report was confirmed and the name of Lancaster given to the new county.

      That Henry Hayes was the first named on this commission is evidence of his high standing in the community.

      [Here inserted a segment of the History of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, as found on Ancestry.Com] History of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, with Biographical Sketches of Many of its Pioneers and Prominent MenChapter IV. Pioneer Settlements--Erection of the County--Establishment of the County-SeatUpon this petition the board resolved "that, as well for the reasons set forth in said petition as the security, peace, and good order of the whole government, there doth appear a real necessity that a new county should be erected according to the prayer of said petition, and although the power of erecting counties is wholly vested in the Proprietary, and therefore in the Governor as his Lieutenant, yet,inasmuch as this will require the establishment of Courts of Judicature, with other alterations for which a due provision will best be madeby a law, it may be convenient that the Governor should acquaint the House of Representatives, now sitting, with the application made to him,that the same may be carried on with and strengthened by the joint and unanimous concurrence of the whole Legislature."Accordingly, the Governor "acquainted the House of Representatives with his intention to erect the upper part of the county of Chester into a separate county."The House concurred, and desired the Governor to appoint a commission to run a division line to be described inthe proposed act of erection.Therefore the Governor and Council appointed twelve commissioners, who were to be assisted in running the line by John Taylor, Esq., surveyor of Chester County. The commissioners so appointed were Henry Hayes. Samuel Nutt, SamuelHollingsworth, Philip Taylor, Elisha Gatchel, James James,John Wright, Tobias Hendricks, Samuel Blunston, Andrew Cornish, Thomas Edwards, and John Musgrave, the last-named six being residents within the territory of the proposed new county, and the others citizens of that part of Chester lying east of the Octorara.

      The Governor could not have made a better selection of men to compose the commission. Several of them were practical land-surveyors, and nearly all of them were in commission as justices of the peace.
      Some of them were members of the Legislature, and each and every one was an honest and reputable citizen.

      The first surveys of land in Marlborough were made about 1701, along what is known as the "Street Road," and it is doubtful if any person had settled here prior to this date. The earliest tax list preserved is for the year 1715, at which time there were but twenty-six landowners assessed in the territory comprised in the two Townships of East and West Marlborough, and of these at least three were non-residents. Joseph Pennock was the largest taxpayer, and Henry Hayes came next. It may be safely assumed that very few of the settlers preceded Henry Hayes. At his coming this region was comparatively a wilderness, and if not all covered with woods was at least destitute of roads and bridges. Wheeled vehicles were almost unknown, and while a horseman might find his way in almost any direction, yet as people began to fence their fields to protect their crops, it became necessary to have legally established highways.

      Here is inserted the 1715 list of taxables of East Marlborough, Chester County, Pennsylvania.East Marlborough was formed from division of Marlborough township, which had first been organized in 1704. The taxables from 1715 for the original township are shown:Richard Barnard, Walter Cox, Gayen Stevenson, John Ebernethe, John Simcock, Robert Jones, Caleb Pusey, John Smith, Thomas Wickersham, Thomas Mercer, Richard Blackshere, Vincent Caldwell, Joshua Pearce, Mordecai Cloud, Jeremiah Cloud, Joel Bailey, Henry Hayes, Joseph Pennock, Richard Travello, John Martin, Frances Swaine, Thomas Nixon.

      Non-resident lands: Joshua Cadman, Joseph Pike, Peter Bainton [Brinton?], James Travello Freemen: John Heath, John Hayes

      What is known as the "Street Road" was provided for by the original survey of the lands fronting thereon, it being William Penn's plan that each township should have a street running through the middle thereof, but in this case the road was not opened and clearly marked in all parts, and in later years this caused much dispute. On August 28, 1716, Henry Hayes and others were appointed to view and definitely locate a part to the eastward and westward of Londongrove Meeting, but
      James Treviller entered a complaint against this report, and a new jury was appointed, who disagreed and left the matter unsettled for the time.

      Henry Hayes and Rachel his wife executed deeds to their sons as follows:To Richard, Sept. 2, 1729, for 177 acres To William, Sept. 10, 1729, for 100 acres To Joseph, same date, for 177 acres To Thomas, May 15, 1732, for 177 acres 125 perches To Stephen, Oct. 25, 1736, 177 acres To James, September 3, 1735, the 384 acres in Fallowfield They may have conveyed another portion to their remaining son, John, but the deed has not been found. Some land was sold to William Harper, and 177 acres remained in the homestead till the death of Henry Hayes.

      Will of Henry HayesThe first day of Aprile in the Year of our Lord one Thousand seven hundred and fourty five

      I Henry Hayes of East Marlborough in the County of Chester and Province of Pensilvania Husbandman Do Make Constitute and ordain This my Last will and Testament that is to Say: I Give dispose and bequeath as in forme and Manner folloing:Imprimis. I give Unto My Son Joseph Hayes & my son James Hayes Whome I Likewise Constitute Make and Ordain My only and Sole Excetors of this My Last Will and Testament of all and Singular my Goods And Chattels Whatsoever that are or Shall bee found belonging or appertaining to Mee Except what Shall bee hearafter Excepted and Specefyed to bee Given.
      Item. I Give to my Wife Isabella Two hundred pounds, to bee paid by my Exetors one year after My Deceas iff Shee Delivers that Paper Too my Exeters which I signed to her before marriage and Do not take nor Convey away Nor Conscent to bee taken and Conveyed away any of the Household Goods Nor any other thing whatsoever belonging to mee without the Consent of my Exeters.
      Item. I give to my son John Twenty pounds: I give to my son William one shilling. I give to my son Stephen ten pounds to be paid att any time when my Executors thinks proper. I give to My Daughter Mary one Shilling. I give to my Daughter Joanna one shilling and I also Give to my Executors five pounds apiece: And all the remaining part of my Rail and personal Estate after Just Debts and funerall Expenses bee paid Except What is before Expresed too bee Given I Give to be Equally Divided between my Daughter Margaret & my Daughter Elizabeth: & my Daughter Anne & my Daughter Rachel and my Daughter Ruth and my Daughter Lydia andI also Give to my Daughter Margaret Twenty Pounds More than Either of my Daughters above Mentioned and my Daughter Rachel have had Seventeen pounds Twelve shillings and six pence which I order to bee Deducted out of her share: & my Daughter Lidia have had fifty pounds which I order to bee Deducted out of her share: and I also order my personal and Real Estate to bee Sold by my Executors att any time after my
      Deceas: and the money of all my Personall and Real Estate to bee Immediately paid According to the Derection of this my Last Will and Testament. And I Do Impower my Executors to Defend my Estate by Law or otherways and the Cost to bee paid out
      of my Estate and further more I Do alow this and no other to bee my last Will and Testament in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and Seal the Day and Year above Written.HENRY HAYES (Seal)Signed published Delivered and pronounced by the afforesaid Henery Hayes to bee his Last Will and Testament in the Presence of us the Subscribing Witnesses Viz Jonathan Jackson George Carson The foregoing will, which was probably written by Jonathan Jackson, was duly proved by the witnesses on the 30th of December, 1745, An inventory of the estate was taken on the 5th of 11th Mo. (January), 1745-6, by Aaron Baker and William Harlan, and amounted to 726 pounds, 7 s[hillings],
      including the plantation of 177 acres, valued at 250 pounds.

      There is reason to believe that the last wife of Henry Hayes was comparatively a young woman. One Isabella Hayes, widow,purchased 208 acres of land in Salisbury Township, Lancaster County,March 8, 1746-7. She married Andrew
      Caldwell, of Leacock, and by him had sons Andrew, Robert, Charles and John Caldwell. Andrew, the father, was a widower in Londongrove Township in 1760, married a second wife, Jane, and died in Lancaster County in 1768.

      Henry Hayes emigrated to Pennsylvania from England after having bought a warrant for 1000 acres from a man in England. He arrived in September 1705 and received a patent for 1,484 acres, signed by William Penn, on September 17, 1718. He was by profession a carpenter. He was married three times. His first wife, Margaret died abt. 1736 in Pennsylvania.
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      HISTORY: PA Archives Series 2: Vol. IX: Part II: Section 4: List of Officers of the Colonies on the Delaware and the Province of Pennsylvania, 1614-1776.
      Section 4: Provincial Officers of the Three Original Counties, Chester, Philadelphia, and Bucks, 1682-1776.

      List of Officers of the Colonies on the Delaware and the Province of Pennsylvania.

      Justices of the Peace.
      Jonathan Hayes, 1692
      Jonathan Hayes, May 13, 1693
      Jonathan Hayes, Sept. 25, 1703
      Richard Hayes, May 30, 1715
      Henry Hayes, 1717
      Richard Hayes, Aug. 25, 1726
      Richard Hayes, Feb. 19, 1729-30
      Henry Hayes, Feb. 19, 1729-30
      Richard Hayes, Nov. 22, 1738
      Henry Hayes, Nov. 22, 1738
      Henry Hayes, April 4, 1741

      Assembly.
      Jonathan Hayes, 1689
      Jonathan Hayes, 1697
      Richard Hayes, 1704
      Richard Hayes, 1706
      Richard Hayes, 1707
      Richard Hayes, 1708
      Henry Hayes, 1715
      Henry Hayes, 1716
      Richard Hayes, 1717
      Richard Hayes, 1718
      Richard Hayes, 1726
      Henry Hayes, 1728
      Richard Hayes, 1729
      Change Date: 5 SEP 2004

      Father: *Richard Hayes b: ABT 1650 in Fulwell,Speisbury,Oxon,England
      Mother: *Margaret b: ABT 1652

      Marriage 1 *Rachel Cloud b: ABT 1671 in Epwell,Oxford,England
      Married: 1690 in Fulwell,Eng
      Children
      *Anne Hayes b: ABT 1694
      Richard Hayes b: 1693
      William Hayes b: 22 OCT 1696 in Fulwell County,Oxfordshire,England
      Joseph Hayes b: 1698
      Henry Hayes b: 1695
      John Hayes b: 1700
      James Hayes b: 1706
      Thomas Hayes b: 1709 in West Marlborough Township,Chester County,Pennsylvania
      Stephen Hayes b: 1714



      Name: Henry Hayes
      Title: Husbandman
      Description: Decedent
      Residence: East Marlborough
      Date: 1 Apr 1745
      Prove Date: 30 Dec 1745
      Book Page: B:195
      Remarks: Henry Hayes of E. Marlborough. Husbandman. April 1, 1745. December 30, 1745. B. 195. To wife Isabella 200 ""if she delivers that paper to my executors which I signed to her before my marriage."" To son John 20. To son William 1 shilling. To son Stephen 10. To daughters Mary and Joanna 1 shilling each. Remainder of real and personal estate to daughters Margaret, Elizabeth, Anne, Rachel, Ruth and Lydia. Margaret to have 20 more than the others. Executors: sons Joseph and James. Witnesses: Jonathan Jackson, George Carson.



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      ID: I546831352
      Name: Henry HAYES
      Given Name: Henry
      Surname: Hayes
      Sex: M
      Birth: 1667/1668 in Fulwell,England
      Death: 1745/1746 in Chester County,Pennsylvania
      Christening: 23 May 1667 Speisbury,Oxfordshire,England
      Occupation: Justice of the Peace & of Common Pleas for several years Pennsylvania
      Immigration: 1705 Arrived In Pennsylvania
      Occupation: Member of the Pennsylvania Assembly (Colonial Legislature) 1715, 1716, 1728 & 1730 Pennsylvania
      Religion: Member of the Friends (Quaker) Meeting Pennsylvania
      Occupation: Carpenter Fulwell County,Oxon,England
      Will: 1 Apr 1745 East Marlborough Township,Chester County,Pennsylvania
      Will: 30 Dec 1745 Will Proved,East Marlborough Township 1
      Change Date: 4 Aug 2003
      Note:
      Chester County, Pennsylvania Wills, 1713-1825
      Henry Hayes of E. Marlborough. Husbandman. April 1, 1745. Decemeber 30, 1745. B. 195. To wife Isabella "if she delivers that paper to my executors which I signed to her before my marriage." To son John. To son William l shilling. To son Stephen 10. To daughters Mary and Joanna, 1 shilling each. Remainder of real and personal estate to daughters Margaret, Elizabeth, Anne, Rachel, Ruth and Lydia. Margaret to have 20 more than the others. Executors: sons Joseph and James. Witnesses: Jonathan Jackson, George Carson.


      Father: Richard HAYES b: Abt 1650 in Fulwell,Speisbury,Oxon,England
      Mother: Margaret UNKNOWN

      Marriage 1 Rachal Margaret CLOUD b: Abt 1671 in Epwell,Oxford,England
      Married: 1690 in Fulwell,Oxfordshire,England
      Note: _STATMARRIED
      Children
      Elizabeth HAYES b: 11 Feb 1693/1694 in Fulwell,England
      Mary HAYES b: Abt 1692
      Margaret HAYES b: 1692
      Richard HAYES b: 1693
      Henry HAYES b: 1695
      William HAYES b: 22 Oct 1696 in Fulwell County,Oxfordshire,England
      Joseph HAYES b: 1698
      John HAYES b: 1700
      Hannah HAYES b: 1701
      Anne HAYES b: Abt 1702
      James HAYES b: 1706
      Thomas HAYES b: 1709
      Rachel HAYES b: 1710 in West Marlboough Township,Chester County,Pennsylvania
      Stephen HAYES b: 1714
      Joanna HAYES b: 1715
      Ruth HAYES b: 1718
      Lydia HAYES b: 1720