Notes for William Hayden: Other marriage before 1688 spouses name unknown.
Maryland Historical Society File. Father's Will Mother's will, he inherited "Small Hopes" Fresco.
He was born in either Charles Co. or St. Mary's Co.
His will: 7/14/1732-3/6/1733-34, SMC Wit: Peter Garrett, Michael Quiset, James Thompson.
He possessed "Clarken", 200 ac. in Newtown 100 in 1707 which was patented by William Roswell 5/26/1680 (Chr. of SM). According to Mary Louise Donnelly he acquired this property through a marriage (his secont) to Ann Snowden, a widow of William Roswell, Jr. She also claims that Thomasine Hayden was Anna's daughter, but Linda Reno four nothing to support that.
Admin. accts. of Mr. William Hayden, SMC, 3/6/1733 and 6/4/1733; appraisers were thomas Reeves and M. Thompson; next of kin was Charles and William Hayden; Exec., Elizabeth Hayden (Skinner)
1/3/1723: Deposition of William Hayden, age about 43, planter of SMC re: bounds of "Guibert's Chance" (MD Chancery Records).
William Hayden's first wife was Mary Gray Thompson, widow according to Mrs. Maurice Ignatius Mattingly in "Mattingly Geneaology" 4/1984 and she was the mother of his first four children--Charles, Grace who married Matthew Herbert, Thomasine who married Luke Cissell, and William b. about 1700. Pat Obrist: email@example.com, 4/15/1998. Linda Reno had not seen anything on this before and did NOT enter it into her data base.
More About William Hayden and Elizabeth "Betty" Thompson: Marriage: 1708, St. Mary's County, Maryland.