Descendants of Walter Haynes
Generation No. 1
1. WALTER1 HAYNES was born 1582 in Bedford,England. He married MARY WATFORD April 27, 1607 in Renhold,Bedford,England. She was born 1586.
Child of WALTER HAYNES and MARY WATFORD is:
2. i. WILLIAM2 HAYNES, b. June 06, 1624, Bedfordshire,England; d. 1651, Salem,Mass..
Generation No. 2
2. WILLIAM2 HAYNES (WALTER1) was born June 06, 1624 in Bedfordshire,England, and died 1651 in Salem,Mass.. He married SARAH INGERSOLL 1644 in Bedfordshire,England, daughter of RICHARD INGERSOLL and ANN LANGLEY. She was born July 01, 1627 in Sutton,Bedfordshire,England, and died 1719 in Houlton,Mass..
Notes for WILLIAM HAYNES:
William arrived in America September 18,1634 at Boston,Mass. on the ship "Griffin" from Dunstable,England.In his company was Richard Haynes.William was settled in Salem,Mass. prior to july 7,1644
on that date he was appointed at a general Town Meeting,along with several other inhabitants of Salem to patrol the settlement each sabbath day.William purchased jointly with Richard Ingersoll,from John Pease,the Weston Grant,& jointly with Richard Ingersoll a portion of the Townsend Bishop Grant of 540 acres in the northern end of Salem Village & is presently Danvers,Mass.In 1647 William is listed as full communicant of the First Church of Salem,Mass. After Williams death his widow Sarah married Joseph Holton.
Children of WILLIAM HAYNES and SARAH INGERSOLL are:
3. i. THOMAS3 HAYNES, b. 1645, Salem,Mass.; d. 1709, Salem County,NJ.
ii. SARAH HAYNES, b. 1647.
4. iii. JONATHAN HAYNES, b. April 11, 1648, Hampton,NH; d. September 22, 1697, Haverhill,Mass..
iv. WILLIAM HAYNES, b. 1650.
Generation No. 3
3. THOMAS3 HAYNES (WILLIAM2, WALTER1) was born 1645 in Salem,Mass., and died 1709 in Salem County,NJ. He married SARAH RAY, daughter of JOSHUA RAY and SARAH WATERS.
Notes for THOMAS HAYNES:
Thomas was born shortly before or shortly after his father died.He lived with his grandparents,John & Ann (widow Ingersoll) Knight, in Newbury, Mass. where in 1670 at the age of about 19, he & his half sister, Mary Houlton, age 15, made a desposition reguarding a dispute in the indenture of Samuel Hadley to Joseph Pike. During the summer of 1675, the Indians of New England united with Chief Phillip of Rhode Island in attacking English settlements(King Phillips War) In an effort to curtail attacks,several companies of soliders & several thousand men were pressed into service.
Thomas served as Salem Village Constable from 1681-1682.The same year built two & one half story salt box house which is presently located in the Salem Village Historic District of Danvers,Mass. It is located on the corner of Center Street,known as the Haines House.During the witchcraft trials of 1692,Thomas testified in the trials of Elizabeth Howe & William Hobbs,who were accused of witchcraft,Elizabeth was executed July 19,1692.Thomas was also a jurymen serving on the inquest in the death of Daniel Wilkins,as part of evidence used in the conviction of John Willard who was executed for witchcraft on August 19,1692. In 1693 Thomas recieved a license to keep a public house of entertainment & sell strong drink as a innholder.In 1703,He sold his home & land in Salem Village to John Allen,& removed to Salem,in West New Jersey.There he purchased 500 acres of land & was commissioned Coroner of Salem Co.,NJ from 1704-1706.
Children of THOMAS HAYNES and SARAH RAY are:
i. JOHN4 HAYNES.
ii. WILLIAM HAYNES.
iii. SARAH HAYNES.
iv. BENJAMIN HAYNES.
v. DANIEL HAYNES.
vi. HANNAH HAYNES.
vii. THOMAS HAYNES.
More About THOMAS HAYNES:
Fact 1: died young
5. viii. JOSEPH HAYNES, b. October 18, 1683, Salem Village,Mass.; d. 1760, Harrisburg,PA..
4. JONATHAN3 HAYNES (WILLIAM2, WALTER1) was born April 11, 1648 in Hampton,NH, and died September 22, 1697 in Haverhill,Mass.. He married SARAH MOULTON December 30, 1674 in Hampton,NH, daughter of WILLIAM MOULTON and MARGARET PAGE. She was born December 17, 1656 in Hampton,NH, and died July 13, 1699 in Mass..
More About JONATHAN HAYNES:
Cause of Death: killed by indians
Children of JONATHAN HAYNES and SARAH MOULTON are:
i. MARY4 HAYNES, b. November 14, 1675.
6. ii. HANNAH HAYNES, b. July 19, 1677, Newbury,Mass.; d. Norwich,Conn..
7. iii. THOMAS HAYNES, b. May 14, 1680.
iv. SARAH HAYNES, b. January 19, 1681/82; m. THOMAS KINGSBURY.
v. JONATHAN HAYNES, b. September 03, 1684.
vi. MARGARET HAYNES, b. March 03, 1684/85.
vii. JOSEPH HAYNES, b. August 04, 1689.
viii. RUTH HAYNES, b. February 10, 1689/90.
ix. ABIGAIL HAYNES, b. March 10, 1692/93.
x. ELIZABETH HAYNES, b. May 22, 1697.
Generation No. 4
5. JOSEPH4 HAYNES (THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, WALTER1) was born October 18, 1683 in Salem Village,Mass., and died 1760 in Harrisburg,PA.. He married HANNAH CLEMSON 1717 in Delaware County,PA., daughter of JAMES CLEMSON.
Notes for JOSEPH HAYNES:
In 1723 Joseph was named in his brother Benjamin's will as owning land in Mannington,Salem Co.,NJ.It is assumed Joseph left NJ before 1723 for Penn. although in 1732 a deed was made up for 500 acres of land in Mannington to Joseph Haynes & later sold to Hance Bilderbeck, but apparently never recorded.It is said that Joseph was spare made, six feet tall with blue eyes.He was a dissenting Presbyterian,then called a Seceder. From 1745-1760 he lived at Harrisburg,Penn. Some sources name him as Christopher or Joseph Christopher.
More About JOSEPH HAYNES:
Fact 1: 1715, pvt. in Capt. Rumsey's Colonial Militia
Fact 2: 1709, named in his father's will
Fact 3: 1723, named in brother Benjamin's will
Children of JOSEPH HAYNES and HANNAH CLEMSON are:
i. DAVID5 HAYNES.
ii. JAMES HAYNES.
iii. HANNAH HAYNES.
iv. HELEN HAYNES.
v. MARGARET HAYNES.
vi. MARY HAYNES.
vii. JOHN HAYNES.
viii. JONATHAN HAYNES.
8. ix. BARTHOLOMEW HAYNES, b. 1718, Lancaster County,PA.; d. September 27, 1788, Chillisquaque,Northumberland County,PA..
6. HANNAH4 HAYNES (JONATHAN3, WILLIAM2, WALTER1) was born July 19, 1677 in Newbury,Mass., and died in Norwich,Conn.. She married JOHN HEATH December 16, 1697 in Haverhill,Mass., son of JOSIAH HEATH and MARY DAVIS. He was born March 29, 1676 in Haverhill,Mass., and died in Norwich,Conn..
Children of HANNAH HAYNES and JOHN HEATH are:
9. i. CATHERINE5 HEATH, b. 1697, Haverhill,Mass.; d. New Castle,Delaware.
ii. MEHITABLE HEATH, b. 1698.
iii. DAVID HEATH, b. November 24, 1699, Haverhill,Mass.; d. November 25, 1699, Haverhill,Mass..
iv. JOHN HEATH, b. November 24, 1699.
v. JONATHAN HEATH, b. November 24, 1699.
Notes for JONATHAN HEATH:
10. vi. OBADIAH HEATH, b. June 24, 1701, Haverhill,Mass..
vii. JOHN HEATH, b. 1702.
viii. ABIGAIL HEATH, b. January 06, 1703/04, Haverhill,Mass.; m. (1) SAMUEL MORGAN; m. (2) WILLIAM TICKNOR, April 1727, Lebanon,Conn..
ix. JONATHAN HEATH, b. 1706.
x. MEHETABLE HEATH, b. November 19, 1708, Haverhill,Mass.; m. JOSEPH BELL, December 17, 1734.
11. xi. BARTOLOMEW HEATH, b. October 01, 1710, Haverhill,Mass.; d. February 11, 1789, Sharon,Conn..
12. xii. THOMAS HEATH, b. July 25, 1712, Haverhill,Mass.; d. December 23, 1754, Mansfield,Conn..
xiii. JOSIAH HEATH, b. August 28, 1715, Haverhill,Mass.; m. (1) MERCY OWEN; m. (2) REBECCA HENDY, December 17, 1734, Norwich,Conn..
xiv. HANNAH HEATH, b. February 25, 1716/17, Haverhill,Mass.; m. ELIAS BELLOWES, April 19, 1742, Preston,Conn..
xv. JOSEPH HEATH, b. December 09, 1718, Norwich,Conn.; m. MERCY ADAMS, February 09, 1764, Preston,Conn..
7. THOMAS4 HAYNES (JONATHAN3, WILLIAM2, WALTER1) was born May 14, 1680. He married HANNAH HARRIMAN.
Children of THOMAS HAYNES and HANNAH HARRIMAN are:
13. i. JOSEPH5 HAYNES.
14. ii. JONATHAN HAYNES, b. 1712; d. 1741.
Generation No. 5
8. BARTHOLOMEW5 HAYNES (JOSEPH4, THOMAS3, WILLIAM2, WALTER1) was born 1718 in Lancaster County,PA., and died September 27, 1788 in Chillisquaque,Northumberland County,PA.. He married JANE 1752 in Lancaster County,PA.. She was born Abt. 1722 in Northumberland County,PA..
Notes for BARTHOLOMEW HAYNES:
In 1756 Bartholomew was living in the west end of Hanover Township, Lancaster, PA. & listed on the tax list of Hanover as fled from Indians. He was taxed again in Hanover, in 1759,1770 & 1772, in Paxtang Township In 1781-1787 he was taxed in Northumberland Co.,PA. According to the pension application by his son,David Haynes,the family moved to Northumberland prior to the commencement of the Revolutionary War, & lived at the headwarters of the Chillisquaque Creek. There he taught purchased for each of his sons,a rifle & encouraged them to hunt for the purpose of becoming expert in the use of fire arms,& of becoming acquainted with the woods in the vacinity.In June of 1777 his house was converted into a garrison & part of a company of militia was stationed there.
Children of BARTHOLOMEW HAYNES and JANE are:
i. MARY6 HAYNES.
ii. JOSEPH HAYNES.
iii. JAMES HAYNES.
iv. MARGARET HAYNES.
v. HANNAH HAYNES, b. March 1760, Northumberland County,PA.; d. December 18, 1785, Mecklenburg,NC.
vi. HELEN HAYNES.
vii. JOHN HAYNES.
viii. JONATHAN HAYNES.
ix. DAVID HAYNES, b. April 13, 1762, Paxtang,Lancaster County,PA.; d. April 02, 1844, Hillsdale County,MI.; m. MARGARETTA EWART, March 30, 1790, Northumberland County,PA.; b. April 18, 1776, Northumberland County,PA.; d. April 20, 1836, Dansville,Steuben County,NY.
Notes for DAVID HAYNES:
During the time his father's house was used as a garrison,David acted as a pilot through the woods for the seven mile distance between garrisons.In June 1778 he enlisted as a ranger under Col.James Murray's Northumberland County Regiment & in October 1781 as a subsitute for William Sawyer in Capt. Daniel Bradley's Lancaster County Militia. David remained in Northumberland Co.,PA. until 1793 when he & hie brothers James, Joseph, & Jonathan removed to the town of Geneseo,Livingston Co.,NY. David removed to South Dansville,Steuben Co.,NY in 1822. Shortly after his wife died he removed to Hillsdale, MI. with his son James E.
David enlisted at Lancaster, PA in 1781. He received a pension in Jackson Co., MI where he had gone to live with his children. David served as a private in the Pennsylvania Militia under Capts Chatham, Murray, Bradley and Col. George Ross. He was born in Paxton, PA and died in Hillsdale, MI
x. JANE HAYNES.
9. CATHERINE5 HEATH (HANNAH4 HAYNES, JONATHAN3, WILLIAM2, WALTER1) was born 1697 in Haverhill,Mass., and died in New Castle,Delaware. She married JOSEPH CANTRELL 1718 in New Castle,Delaware, son of RICHARD CANTRELL and DOROTHY JONES. He was born 1695 in Philadelphia,Penn., and died in New Castle,Delaware.
Children of CATHERINE HEATH and JOSEPH CANTRELL are:
i. JAMES6 CANTRELL, b. 1719.
ii. HANNAH CANTRELL, b. March 20, 1719/20.
iii. JOHN MILLER CANTRELL, b. October 06, 1724, Penn.; d. February 1803, Spartenburg,SC.
iv. JOSEPH CANTRELL, b. June 1726.
v. ISAAC CANTRELL, b. 1727, Penn.; d. 1805, North Carolina.
vi. ZEBULON CANTRELL, b. 1728.
vii. BENJAMIN CANTRELL, b. 1733.
viii. STEPHEN CANTRELL, b. 1735.
10. OBADIAH5 HEATH (HANNAH4 HAYNES, JONATHAN3, WILLIAM2, WALTER1) was born June 24, 1701 in Haverhill,Mass.. He married ELIZABETH ADAMS September 14, 1723 in Preston,Conn..
Children of OBADIAH HEATH and ELIZABETH ADAMS are:
i. ELIZABETH6 HEATH, m. MATTHEW HUNTINGTON.
ii. OBADIAH HEATH.
11. BARTOLOMEW5 HEATH (HANNAH4 HAYNES, JONATHAN3, WILLIAM2, WALTER1) was born October 01, 1710 in Haverhill,Mass., and died February 11, 1789 in Sharon,Conn.. He married (1) MARY PIKE. He married (2) MEHITABLE CRIPPEN. He married (3) ELEANOR CORBIT October 03, 1734 in Lebanon,Conn..
Children of BARTOLOMEW HEATH and MEHITABLE CRIPPEN are:
i. JOSEPH6 HEATH.
ii. BARTHOLOMEW HEATH.
iii. ELEANOR HEATH.
iv. MEHITABLE HEATH.
v. HANNAH HEATH.
vi. JOHN HEATH.
vii. ANNA HEATH.
viii. THOMAS HEATH.
ix. OBADIAH HEATH.
x. SARAH HEATH.
xi. HEZEKIAH HEATH.
12. THOMAS5 HEATH (HANNAH4 HAYNES, JONATHAN3, WILLIAM2, WALTER1) was born July 25, 1712 in Haverhill,Mass., and died December 23, 1754 in Mansfield,Conn.. He married WAISTALL FULLER February 21, 1733/34 in Preston,Conn., daughter of SAMUEL FULLER and ELIZABETH THATCHER. She was born April 08, 1711 in Mansfield,Conn., and died in Mansfield,Conn..
Children of THOMAS HEATH and WAISTALL FULLER are:
i. PELEG6 HEATH, b. October 22, 1736.
ii. THOMAS HARTFORD HEATH, b. May 25, 1738, Conn.; d. November 27, 1797, Penn.; m. MARY MAGDELENA WALDERON, December 09, 1764, New York.
iii. JOSEPH HEATH, b. April 18, 1740.
iv. JOHN HEATH, b. April 10, 1742.
v. CYBIL HEATH, b. July 18, 1743.
vi. WAITSTILL HEATH, b. November 10, 1744.
vii. SAMUEL HEATH, b. October 25, 1747.
13. JOSEPH5 HAYNES (THOMAS4, JONATHAN3, WILLIAM2, WALTER1) He married (1) ELIZABETH CLEMENTS. He married (2) MEHITABLE MARSH.
Children of JOSEPH HAYNES and ELIZABETH CLEMENTS are:
i. DAVID6 HAYNES.
Notes for DAVID HAYNES:
served in the French & Indian war
ii. AMMI RUHAMAH HAYNES, b. 1740; m. SARAH FRENCH.
Notes for AMMI RUHAMAH HAYNES:
served in the French & Indian war
iii. JOSEPH HAYNES, b. March 25, 1743, Haverhill,Mass.; d. June 10, 1810, Stillwater,NH; m. (1) ANNA HEATH, August 11, 1762; b. January 17, 1749/50, Hampstead,NH; m. (2) HANNAH STRATTON, August 11, 1763, Sudbury,Mass..
Notes for JOSEPH HAYNES:
Fought in the war of Independence.
One of the early settlers of Lisbon,NH.
On January 12th 1786,Lt. Haynes signed a petition asking for relief from taxes.The petition was headed by Major Samuel Young.It represented that there were but few settlers in Lisbon when the revolution began,& about every man turned out in defence of their county & marched to Canada under General Montgomery,& several enlisted for 3 years & during the war.The settlement built a fort at a cost of 500 pounds.Had it not been for poverty, the petition states,"we would have left the town & state long ago."
Joseph and his brothers Ammi and David served in the French and Indian Wars and were stationed on the frontier and along the Connecticut River Valley. Lisbon Town Records mentions John Haynes (Hayns) born 4-15-1769 Descent of Joseph. Daniel Haynes (Haines) came to Pittsburg in 1811 two years before John. ? his brother? Relationship to E L Haynes 26 May 1780- Apr 1831 buried Pittsburg, N.H. (Hollow Cemetery) near son John. Joseph was an early settler of Lisbon. He was commissioned lieutenant in Cpt. Barron's Co., Colonel Bedel's regt, 1 Apr 1779. According to the census of 1790, he had one son over 16, two under 16, and one daughter. Lisbon records state four sons and two daughters, only two names mentioned, Joseph and David. On 12 Jan 1786, Lieut. Haynes signed a petition asking for relief from taxes. The petition was headed by Major Samuel Young. It represented that there were but few settlers in Lisbon when the Revolution began, and about every man turned out in the defence of his country and marched to Canada under Montgomery, and several enlisted for three years. The settlers built a fort at a cost of 500 pounds. Had it not been for poverty, the petition states, "we should have left the town and state long ago." Was the first keeper of a tavern in Lisbon, N.H. His death is unknown. His son John was born in Stillwater, N.H. according to Timothy Haynes. Berthelle Barker said Joseph died in Stillwater, N.Y. ???
More About JOSEPH HAYNES:
Military service: Bet. December 15, 1777 - March 1778, Lt. in Capt. Youngs Co.,Col.Bedels Reg..
14. JONATHAN5 HAYNES (THOMAS4, JONATHAN3, WILLIAM2, WALTER1) was born 1712, and died 1741. He married ELIZABETH KINGSBURY, daughter of THOMAS KINGSBURY and MARGARET HAYNES. She was born 1714, and died 1741.
Children of JONATHAN HAYNES and ELIZABETH KINGSBURY are:
i. THOMAS6 HAYNES, b. July 23, 1735; m. MARION MARSH.
ii. JONATHAN HAYNES, b. July 16, 1753; m. LYDIA HASKINS.