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Sketch and genealogy of the first three generations of the Connecticut Haydens: with a map showing the locality in which they settled by Hayden, Jabez Haskell,author; Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co., publisher, printer. Get this from a library. Sketch and genealogy of the first three generations of the Connecticut Haydens: with a map showing the locality in which they settled.
[Jabez Haskell Hayden]. References used are: The History of Ancient Windsor, Connecticut, prior to and the genealogies of those families which settled within the limits, by Henry R. Stiles, ; The Sketch and Genealogy of the First Three Generations of the Connecticut Haydens by Jabez H.
Hayden, Records of the Connecticut Line of The Hayden Family. Introduction Volume 1: The First Three Generations of Aaron Stark's Descendants in New England: Volume 1 is a history of the first three generations who lived in Colonial Connecticut.
It begins with the arrival of Aaron Stark  in New England from either England or. In Mr. Jabez Haskell Hayden, of Windsor Locks, Connecticut, wrote a book on the Hayden genealogies, and therein, through the researches of Rev.
William B. Hayden, of Portland, Maine, and Mr. Levi Hayden, of Roslindale, Massachusetts, show that there were three brothers, William, John and James Hayden, who came from England on the ship. Samuel was born at Haydens years after his grandfather William1 settled in that locality. His father1s house was about one hundred rods beyond the first Hayden house, and he, Samuels4, built about of a mile beyond his father, becoming, in turn, the outpost, "or last house before you reach the plains.".
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The American Branch of this distant Watford Line are the Haydens of Maryland, Kentucky and Missouri but not the Haydens of Connecticut or Massachusetts. Do not confuse these sets of John, William, Richard, etc. with any of those with the same names of the Norfolk Line or the Devon Line.
The Heydons/Haydons all used these same names repetitively. Connecticut, Passport and Birth Certificates, Ancestry. Connecticut, Vital Records, Prior to (Barbour Collection) Family Search.
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Adriaen Block, was the first European of record to explore the area, sailing up the Connecticut River in InDutch colonists built a fort and trading post near present-day Hartford, but soon lost control to English Puritans.
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Basically New London marriages covered 37 pages of the book and as you can see. It is a matter of regret that no direct connection of the Haydens of America with those of old England has ever been found, although a great amount of both money and time has been spent in the endeavor.
John Hayden first appears in Lyme, Connecticut. Land records "Vol. 2, p in " as purchaser of land from Henry Roland. At first there were three for the original towns. On the fifth page of the first revision of the laws of the colony made inand published at Cambridge, Mass., inthe seal has fifteen vines.
As the towns became more numerous, the original three vines were placed on the seal. Source: Sanford, Elias B.; A History of Connecticut; Pub. Connecticut Colony. First Puritan Settlers.
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Description. One of the richest and scarcest publications in all of Connecticut genealogy, this four-volume work boasts detailed genealogical and biographical essays on some 1, families of the Constitution State who were well established in Connecticut at the time of the book. The first houses, rude and hastily built, passed away with the first generation.
The age of the HEMPSTEAD house is determined by the "HEMPSTEAD Diary." The writer occupied the dwelling, and, writing insays it had been built sixty-five years. Research Hayden in the Surnames forums onthe new GenForum. FORUM ARTICLES SEARCH.
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