Thomas Haydon II, colonial Virginia planter, 1698-1782

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R. Haydon , Little Rock, Ark. (12 Fenchley Ct., Little Rock 72212)
Haydon, Thomas, ca. 1698-1782., Haydon family., Tobacco farmers -- Virginia -- Biography., Northumberland County (Va.) -- Biography., Spotsylvania County (Va.) -- Biogr


Northumberland County (Va.), Spotsylvania County (Va.), Vir

Statementby Robert Haydon.
ContributionsHaydon, R.
LC ClassificationsCT275.H4835 H39 1997
The Physical Object
Pagination149, 68, 46 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL714216M
LC Control Number97093336

Biography of Thomas Haydon II (ca. ), who was probably born in his parents' plantation home situated on the border of Northumberland and Lancaster Counties, Virginia. He was married to Ann Kirke.

(ca. bef. They had eleven children. Includes the descendancy chart. Thomas Haydon II, colonial Virginia planter, [R Haydon] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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Virginia: Death: J (84) St. George Parish, Spotsylvania, Spotsylvania, VA, United States Immediate Family: Son of Thomas Haydon, I and Frances Hayden Husband of Anne Hayden Father of William Haydon. Thomas Haydon II, colonial Virginia planter, This edition published in by R.

Haydon in Little Rock, Ark. (12 Fenchley Ct., Little Rock ).Pages: Call# SHHAY Haydon II Title: Thomas Haydon II Colonial Virginia Planter Author: Hayden, Robert: Object Name.

Thomas Haydon II was a younger son of his father and eventually migrated near Fredericksburg in Spotsylvania County, Virginia in in search of his own plantation land. Thomas Haydon II became wealthy in Spotsylvania County through his plantation products and his wagon-hire business.

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Thomas Hayden, - Thomas Hayden Virginia Virginia Thomas Hayden was born inat birth place, Virginia, to Thomas Haydon and Ann Haydon (born Lewis). Thomas was born Circa February 9in Uphill, Somersetshire, England.

LIST OF COLONIAL IMMIGRANTS The following alphabetized list includes the names of the seventeenth-century immigrants whose Plantagenet ancestry is the subject of this book, together with several immigrants after Thomas Haydon II have been incidentally noted in the text or a footnote.

The names of women have been provided with a cross-reference to the. Thomas Haydon II, colonial Virginia planter, This 1698-1782 book published in by R. Haydon in Little Rock, Ark. colonial Virginia planter (12 Fenchley Ct., Little Rock ).

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Edition NotesPages: Other Early Settlers [Source documents noted] ADAMS, Ebenezer (d. ) New Kent county; son of Richard Adams, of Abridge, Essex, citizen and merchant tailor of London. [William and Mary Quarterly] ADAMS, Thomas (in Virginia shortly before ), Isle of Wight county; brother of William Adams, of Kenton, Devon.

[William and Mary Quarterly] JONES, Cadwallader (in Virginia ), Stafford County. GENERATION #2. Johannes de Heydon (John) was the younger son of #1 Thomas de Heydon according to the authorities. This younger son Johannes (John) is called the father and ancestor of the Devon Line.

John was born ca /45 in Heydon, Norfolk, according to the Devon authorities. (Another report says born In the 1 st case that would make his father, Thomas age 59 and if born in Click to read more about Thomas Haydon II, colonial Virginia planter, by R.

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Haydon. Haydon, Robert. Thomas Haydon II, colonial Virginia planter, (Little Rock, Arkansas: R. Haydon, c). whole colonial period, or until the beginning of the Revolutionary War. The records of land patents m Virginia begin with the year — that is, seventeen years after the founding of the first permanent English settlement in America at Jamestown, and only a few years after the right of holding private property in the soil of Virginia was.

Born in 3 Jan and died in 18 Nov Fredericksburg, Virginia Thomas Jefferson Haydon, Jr. The history books state that Henry was the only person who drowned, and that Thomas St. de Leger threw him overboard. With the beheading of John Holland and the drowning of Henry, Richard I was murdered, and the way was clear for Edward to be King of England.

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Thomas Baldridge was a freeman in Maryland who was appointed High Constable of St. George’s Hundred in [] On 25 January /38, he attended the first Maryland Assembly of freemen as “Sergeant and Planter of St. Mary’s” and his brother, James Baldridge, attended as “Sheriff of.

A Crump on Every Stump the Crump Family of New Kent County, Virginia Descendants of Thomas Crump the Progenitor of the Family in the Virginia Colony in the Seventeenth Century and Their Family Connections.

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Neill, in "Virginia Carolorum," says that the councillor was Sir Thomas Hinton, whose daughter married Samuel Mathews, but this seems unlikely, for an account of Virginia written in asserts that Mathews married a daughter of Sir Thomas Hinton, while the notices of the Virginia councillors in and style him simply "Thomas Hinton.

Born in Northumberland County, Virginia, USA on 17 May to 06 PGF Thomas Haydon and Hannah Kirke. John Haydon married Lucy Morton and had 17 children.

He passed away on 27 July in Jessamine County, Kentucky, USA. A year-old Virginia Historical Society discovers the identities of 3, slaves from unpublished private documents, providing information for descendants. Northumberland County Historical Society • 86 Back Street • P.O.

Box • Heathsville, VA Phone: • E-mail: [email protected]@. Noteworthy too is the commission of Thomas Culpeper as governor from King Charles II following the death of Governor William Berkeley. Relations between the colonists and Native American tribes, as evidenced by Bacon's Rebellion, played a significant role in Virginia's colonial history, and thus, figure prominently in the Colonial Papers.Son in law Thomas Evans, son Charles Bagwell & Thomas Evans' 3 sons, John, Ned & Thomas Exrs.

Not witnessed. Proved by John Burton & Edmund Bayly, Jr. (Source: Stratton Nottingham, Wills and Administrations of Accomack County, Virginia,p.Heritage Books, Inc., Bowie, MD – Abstracted from Accomack Co, VA Wills The Peytons of Virginia II: being an account of the ancient and knightly family of Peyton of Suffolk and especially those who became planters in his majesty’s colony of Virginia.

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