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Descendants of Nathaniel Hayes


Generation No. 7


18. SANFORD PARISH7 HAYES (JONATHAN6, JONATHAN5, JONATHAN4, JAMES3, SAMUEL2, NATHANIEL1) was born 17 August 1827, and died Unknown.

Notes for S
ANFORD PARISH HAYES:
Soon after his marriage they moved westward, arriving in Kittitas Valley, near Ellensburg, Washington in 1883. Data is from his granddaughter Hazel Hayes Indermuhle.
     
Child of S
ANFORD PARISH HAYES is:
33. i.   JONATHAN8 HAYES, b. 22 February 1879; d. 23 February 1977.


19. SARAH HARRIET7 HAYES (DAVID6, ASA JAMES5, JONATHAN4, JAMES3, SAMUEL2, NATHANIEL1) was born 12 July 1817 in West Plattsburgh, Clinton County, New York, and died 27 July 1903 in West Plattsburgh, Clinton County, New York. She married ELISHA L. HAYES, son of BENJAMIN HAYES and SARA CASE. He was born 1810 in New York, and died Aft. 1892 in New York.

Notes for S
ARAH HARRIET HAYES:
Allen Stratton, North Hero Island, Vermont shared with Norma Meier some of his notes made in interview with Corral Allen (grandson of Seneca Allen and Cornelia Hayes) in 1965, "Harriet Hayes, wife of Elisha Hayes, was a very good doctor - nurse - to all the neighbors. She came to his mother's home to get him and any othr boy available to go with her to collect herbs, to use for the sick. Corrall waid he was about 5 years old when he'd go with Harriet Hayes to help." Corral, who lived on Old Military Turnpike, West Plattsburgh, New York, was about 80 years old when Allen Stratton visited him and was living with his married daughter in her house between the Elisha Hayes home and the intersection of Bradford Road and the Turnpike.

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LISHA L. HAYES:
Elisha was a blacksmith; his shop was located next to his house on the Military Turnpike, across the road from Weslyan Church. Sarah was the neighborhood "granny" collecting herbs, roots and remedies in the woods. She dispensed her medicines to ailing neighbors. It seems likely Elisha and Sarah are first cousins. Sarah's death record is found in Death Register, Town Clerk's Office, Town of Plattsburg, Morrisonville, New York; the record states she died at Meader's Hotel in West Plattsburg and she was the daughter of David Hayes. Son Edgar is said to have married and died "out west." Elisha, Sarah and son Warren are buried in West Plattsburgh Union Cemetery. Elisha's barn still stands in the year 2000, the boards so weather beaten that his great great granddaughter Norma Gierke Meier could pull out handmade nails with her fingertips. When son Leonard inherited the farm, he tore down the old house and built a Dutch Colonial on the site.
I THINK ELISHA IS THE SON OF BENJAMIN AND THE GRANDSON OF JONATHAN HAYES (born 1732) AND SARAH IS THE DAUGHTER OF DAVID HAYES, GRANDDAUGHTER OF ASA JAMES HAYES AND GREAT GRANDDAUGHTER OF JONATHAN HAYES (born 1732). THEREFORE - ELISHA AND SARAH WOULD BE 1st COUSINS, ONCE REMOVED.
Norma Meier telephoned Luna Hayes Wilson on 10 February 1980 and took the following notes during the course of conversation. There are a few "mix-ups" in the conversation, never-the-less, there are important facts and clues also,"(What do you remember of Sarah Hayes?) I was brought up to call her Aunt Sarah; my mother called her aunt Sarah. I thought she was a sister to my grandfather, she was a Meader or a Minkler. She was a small person. I don't remember that she ever lived anywhere but at the house by the blacksmith shop. The blacksmith shop was on the Military Turnpike across from the church. My mother went there to visit Aunt Sarah until Leonard married. Well, I certainly do remember hearing my parents speak of Elisha Hayes! My father took his horses there to be shod. I had two brothers, one died this fall. One had a son, my nephew, lives off the turnpike. He said a Hayes lived just the other side of where I was born. This was a William Hayes, he lived on Rt. 3, his daughter married a Whitaker. He was a minister. (Was this William Hayes related to you?) No, he was no relation to me. Clarence Hayes is my nephew, my brother Roy's son. He (Clarence) lives at West Plattsburgh. I lived on the turnpike, at the tip of the flat iron piece of land. The house was burned down. There was a school near there. There were two houses between ours and the brick house where John meader lived on the turnpike. Before him the Storrs lived there. We are related to Storrs, but I don't know how. I heard my mother talk about Pattie Storrs. She would have lived a long time ago. There was a George Storrs too, I remember his mother. There was a Robert Hayes; uncle Robert we were brought up to call him that. I think he was Leonard Hayes' father's brother. (Did you know Leonard?) Can I speak freely? Leonard married someone named Louise who was Catholic. More than that, she was French, what they call Canuck French. After that Len never associated with any of us and his family didn't associate with him. Leonard was different. He'd stay up all night and sleep all day, wouldn't milk his cows till 10:30 in the morning. (Where did the Hayes family go to church?) To the church on the turnpike till Len married. After that they didn't go. I don't know where Len and his parents are buried. I suppose in that cemetery behind the church on the turnpike. The Larkin cemetery. I have a cousin, Myrtle Cutter, she was an Allen. Her mother and my mother were sisters. Her mother was Lucy Meader. i think she is clerk of that church. She could tell us about the family. My father had a brother. He was Monroe Hayes. he married a daughter of Mathew Meader. Her name was Etta. Myrtle Cutter was a nurse. She was retiring, I think in January. (The death certificate of Sarah Hayes says she died at the Meader Hotel in West Plattsburgh. Do you remember the Meader Hotel?) Well, yes. My uncle, Amos Meader, lived there. He was my mother's brother. His son was Ibri Meder. He was named for Ibri Minkler, they lived over at Grand Isle, in Vermont. My mother was from Daniel meader's last wife. See he was married first and had four children. My mother was the youngest of his second family. My mother's brother was David meader, and he went out to Illinois, to Joliet. I remember two women from Joliet coming to visit us. (Anna Eliza Hayes Goble lived at Joliet, Illinois.) (Your father was William Hayes and your grandfather was John Hayes. Do you have the name of your great grandfather Hayes?) Well no, we never went into that. But I was told my grandfather, John Hayes, was born at Jericho, my great grandparents lived there (Jericho is about 7 miles northwest of West Plattsburgh.) My husband passed away. I live alone. I have one daughter in Rochester, and - I'm 87 years old, will be 88. (When told Sarah Hayes' death record stated she died at Meader's Hotel in West Plattsburgh . . .) I don't think so. No one ever stayed there but the Meader family. I'm sure she died at her home, where she lived with Leonard.
LAND DEED, OFFICE OF COUNTY CLERK, CLINTON COUNTY, PLATTSBURGH, NEW YORK
Vol. 14, pages 449-450
This Indenture made the Twenty third day of march in the year of our Lord one thousand Eight Hundred and forty nine Between Smith Mead and Hannah his wife of plattsburgh Clinton County and State of new York of the first part and Elisha Hayes of the same place of the Second part Witnesseth that the said Parties of the first part for and in consideration of the Sum of Five hundred dollars to them in hand paid by the said Party of the Second part at or before the Ensealing and Delivery of there Presents the Receipt whereof is hereby Confessed and acknowledged have granted bargained sold remised released aleined Enfeoffed and Confirmed and by their presents do grant bargain sell remise release alein Enfeoff and Confirm unto the said Party of the second part and to his heirs and assigns forever all that certain Piece or Parcel of land being apart of lot No 74 in the General Divison of the Patent of Plattsburgh in the Town County and State aforesaid and is Bounded as follows Commencing at a beech tree standing in the South west corner of said lot No 74 being the South East Corner of lot No 75 in the same Patent and runs North one degree and thirty Eight minutes East along the west line of Lot No 74 twenty nine chains and thirty two links to a San Stone being the South west Corner of R. Meaders lot thence North Eighty nine degrees and thirty minutes East seven chains and Nineteen links to a Sand Stone standing in the Centre of the Military Turnpike thence South thirty two degrees and thirty minutes East along the said Turnpike four chians and Seventy links then South thirty minuts west along the said Turnpike twenty five chains and eighty six links to a Sand Stone Standing in the south line of said lot No 74 in the Centre of said Turnpike thence North Eighty Eight degrees and twenty six minuts west along the said south line of lot No 74 ten chains and thirty four links to the place of Beginning containing twenty Eight (28) acres and Ninety two hundreths of an acre of land be the same more or less Excepting a Strip of the above land in the North End Eleven rods wide previously sold to David A. Stafford which is a litto more than two acres Together with all and singular the habiliments and appurtenances thereunto belong or in any wise appertaining and the reversion and reversions remainder and remainders rents uses and profits thereof and all the Estate right title interest use trust Property Claim and Demand whatsoever of the said Parties of the first part either in law or equity of in or to the above bargained premises with the said hemabitaments and appurtenances To have and to hold the said above mentioned and described premises with their and only of their rights members and appurtenances to the said Party of the second part his heirs and assigns and to the Sole and only Proper use benifits and behalf of the said Party of the Second part his heirs and assigns forever and the said Parties of the first part their heirs Executor Executors and administrators does Covenant grant bargain premise and agree to assumstte the said party of the second Part his heirs Executors and assigns to Warrant and forever to Defend the above bargained premises and every part and parcel thereof against the said Parties of the first part their heirs Executors administrators and assigns and against all and any other person or persons Claiming or to Claim the said premises or any part thereof In Witness whereof the said Parties of the first have hereunto set their hands and Seals the day and year first above written. Signed Sealed and Delivered in the Presence of Smith Mead Hannah Mead Recorded 23 March 1849, Charles H. Jones Clerk
     
Children are listed above under (16) Elisha L. Hayes.


20. MARGARET7 HAYES (DAVID6, ASA JAMES5, JONATHAN4, JAMES3, SAMUEL2, NATHANIEL1) was born 18 February 1825 in West Plattsburgh, Clinton County, New York, and died 19 September 1888. She married IBRI C. MINCKLER 12 March 1848, son of FRANCIS MINCKLER and SOPHIA HALL. He was born 6 May 1824 in Grand Isle, Vermont, and died 19 March 1892.

Notes for M
ARGARET HAYES:
Ibri and Margaret had at least nine children. Ibri's sister Abigail married William N. Hayes. Margaret and Ibri are buried at South Hero Island Cemetery, Vermont. 1860 Vermont Census, Grand Isle County, town of Grand Isle records this family.
     
Children of M
ARGARET HAYES and IBRI MINCKLER are:
  i.   BUEL C.8 MINCKLER, b. 14 December 1849, Vermont; d. Unknown; m. MARIA S. WILBER; d. Unknown.
  ii.   LUCY V. MINCKLER, b. Abt. 1851, Vermont; d. Unknown.
  iii.   JULIA S. MINCKLER, b. 18 July 1853, Vermont; d. 30 December 1913; m. ______ GOODSPEED; d. Unknown.
  iv.   ADELINE MINCKLER, b. Abt. 1856, Vermont; d. Unknown.
  v.   FRANKLIN MINCKLER, b. Abt. 1859, Vermont; d. Unknown.
  vi.   I. AMOS MINCKLER, b. 21 August 1860; d. 3 June 1903.


21. REUBEN W.7 HAYES (DANIEL6, ASA JAMES5, JONATHAN4, JAMES3, SAMUEL2, NATHANIEL1) was born 1815, and died 12 April 1891. He married CAROLINE S. SCRIBNER. She was born 1 March 1819, and died 14 January 1899.

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EUBEN W. HAYES:
They are buried at West Plattsburgh Union Cemetery, Morrisonville, New York and share a gravestone with Edgar and his wife. The probate of Daniel Hayes lists his son "Reuben Hayes of Schuylerfalls, New York."
     
Children of R
EUBEN HAYES and CAROLINE SCRIBNER are:
  i.   EDGAR H.8 HAYES, b. 1843; d. 1915; m. MARGARET ______; d. Unknown.
  ii.   S. WATSON HAYES, b. 1847, Plattsburgh, Clinton County, New York; d. Unknown; m. (1) IDA M. ______, Aft. 1883; d. Unknown; m. (2) NANCY J. TAYLER, 24 July 1883, Plattsburgh, Clinton County, New York; b. 1860; d. Unknown.
  Notes for S. WATSON HAYES:
Marriage record of Watson and Nancy is found in Register of Marriages, Town of Plattsburgh, Clinton County, New York (Town Clerks Office)

34. iii.   FRANCIS H. HAYES, d. Unknown.


22. CORNELIA7 HAYES (DANIEL6, ASA JAMES5, JONATHAN4, JAMES3, SAMUEL2, NATHANIEL1) was born 1819, and died 17 March 1862. She married SENECA D. ALLEN, son of MARTIN ALLEN and HANNAH BROWNELL. He was born Abt. 1819, and died 19 December 1896.
     
Children of C
ORNELIA HAYES and SENECA ALLEN are:
  i.   LOUISA M.8 ALLEN, d. Unknown; m. (1) AMOS R. STORRS; b. 1826; d. Unknown; m. (2) LESTER FORDHAM; d. Unknown.
  ii.   GILBERT N. ALLEN, b. Abt. 1849; d. Unknown.
35. iii.   CYRUS WESTLEY ALLEN, b. 1856; d. 1915.


23. WILLIAM NELSON7 HAYES (DANIEL6, ASA JAMES5, JONATHAN4, JAMES3, SAMUEL2, NATHANIEL1) was born 19 March 1823 in Plattsburgh, Clinton County, New York, and died Unknown. He married ABIGAIL BEULAH MINCKLER 15 September 1846 in Grand Isle, Vermont, daughter of FRANCIS MINCKLER and SOPHIA HALL. She was born 28 September 1826 in Grand Isle, Vermont, and died 9 April 1911 in New Haven, Adams County, Wisconsin.

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ILLIAM NELSON HAYES:
His descendant is June Chapin Foster, 1901 Eddy Drive, Mt. Shasta CA 96067. June has researched the Hayes line and compiled data for this branch of the family. Data on Abigail is from her obituary found in family album by June Foster. William and Abigail settled with their family in Harrisville, Wisconsin in 1857, moving to their home in New Haven in 1859. William disappeared after receiving $100 inheritance from his father in 1871. The couple was divorced and June reports William apparently left for St. Charles, Minnesota when he left Abigail and the children (from 10 March 1999 e-mail <jcfoster@snowcrest.net).
(undated clipping) ABIGAIL BEULAH MINCKLER HAYES
Mrs. Abigail Beulah Minckler was born at Grand Isle, Vt., Sept. 28, 1826, and died at her home in New Haven, Adams county, April 9, 1911. She was married Sept. 15, 1846, to Wm. Hayes. To them were born six children: Mary L. Lashure of Portage, Victor N. Hayes of Little Lake, Emma C. Sherman of Benton Harbor, Mich., Wesley P. Hayes of Jackson, Cora A. Chapin of Randolph, and Cecilia I. Hayes who has been her mother's sole companion for several years. She with her husband settled at Harrisville in 1857 and in the fall of 1859 they moved to the home where she died. Mrs. Hayes had been a Christian since childhood and was a member of the Congregational church of Jackson. She had been a patient sufferer for many years and has been tenderly cared for by her daughter who remained at home, and of late Mrs. Sherman has spent much time with her. The sympathy of the community is with the family and most especially with the daughter left alone in the home. Funeral services were held at the house Tuesday, Rev. Dorland of Briggsville officiating. Burial was in the Briggsville (Wisconsin) cemetery. The children were all present except Mrs. Lashure who was called away by illness, and Victor, who is very sick at his home.
     
Children of W
ILLIAM HAYES and ABIGAIL MINCKLER are:
36. i.   MARY SOPHIA8 HAYES, b. 25 August 1847, Plattsburgh, Clinton County, New York; d. 10 February 1925, Poynette, Wisconsisn.
37. ii.   VICTOR A. HAYES, b. 22 December 1849, Plattsburgh, Clinton County, New York; d. 1 March 1932, Davis Corners, Wisconsin.
38. iii.   EMMA C. HAYES, b. 11 April 1853, Chazy, Clinton County, New York; d. 8 February 1926.
39. iv.   WESLEY T. HAYES, b. 17 June 1855, Chazy, Clinton County, New York; d. 15 April 1929, Oxford, Wisconsin.
  v.   CECELIA IDALET HAYES, b. 31 May 1859, Douglas Township, Marquette County, Wisconsin; d. 5 December 1928, New Haven Township, Adams County, Wisconsin.
40. vi.   CORA ADEL HAYES, b. 25 March 1867, New Haven Township, Adams County, Wisconsin; d. 3 March 1939, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.


24. LUCIUS D.7 HAYES (DANIEL6, ASA JAMES5, JONATHAN4, JAMES3, SAMUEL2, NATHANIEL1) was born 1825, and died 26 March 1901. He married MARY ELIZABETH ______. She died Unknown.

Notes for L
UCIUS D. HAYES:
They lived in Champlain Township, Clinton County, New York when the will of Lucius was made 28 June 1887. His will is found in Will Book 1898 and his probate is #137-8; Surrogate's Court, Clinton County, New York. Probate of Merritt B. Hayes gives his death dateof 3 March 1923.
     
Children of L
UCIUS HAYES and MARY ______ are:
  i.   FAYETTE S.8 HAYES, d. Unknown.
  ii.   ELMER L. HAYES, d. Unknown.
  iii.   CHANCY W. HAYES, d. Unknown.
  iv.   MERRIT B. HAYES, d. 3 March 1923; m. ADELIA A. ______; d. Unknown.
  v.   EMMA L. HAYES, d. Unknown; m. ______ CONROW; d. Unknown.
  vi.   ETTIE M. HAYES, d. Unknown.
  vii.   CLARA HAYES, d. Unknown.
  viii.   CORA M. HAYES, d. Unknown.
  ix.   GRACE C. HAYES, d. Unknown.


25. ELVIRA ELAINE7 HAYES (ELISHA L.6, BENJAMIN5, JONATHAN4, JAMES3, SAMUEL2, NATHANIEL1) was born 1 June 1837 in New York, and died 22 January 1924. She married SMITH M. FORDHAM 9 September 1855 in Chazy, Clinton County, New York, son of HOWELL FORDHAM and DEBORAH MEADER. He was born 18 July 1828 in Plattsburgh, New York, and died 8 August 1899 in West Plattsburg, Clinton County, New York.

Notes for E
LVIRA ELAINE HAYES:
Smith was a carpenter; he served as a private in the Civil War, Co. C, 16th New York Volunteers. In 1900 Elvira was living at #9 Lorain Street, Plattsburgh, New York. He died of "consumption" according to Death Certificate, State of New York-Bureau of Vital Statistics. They are buried in West Platsburgh Union Cemetery. From the Plattsburgh Sentinel, Plattsburgh, New York, issue of Friday, 25 January 1922, "DIED - FORDHAM-At the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. N. Dominy, 11 Loraine Street, Mrs. Elvira Fordham, aged 82 years. Funeral was held Thursday at two o'clock in the Wesleyan church, West Plattsburgh."
     
Children of E
LVIRA HAYES and SMITH FORDHAM are:
  i.   HARVEY8 FORDHAM, b. 1856; d. 21 February 1873.
  ii.   ADALINE "ADDIE" E. FORDHAM, b. 15 April 1857; d. 5 September 1886.
  iii.   WILLIAM R. FORDHAM, b. 16 November 1860; d. Unknown.
  iv.   LESTER S. FORDHAM, b. 18 April 1863; d. Unknown.
41. v.   OLIVE S. FORDHAM, b. 7 October 1867, Plattsburgh, Clinton County, New York; d. 15 February 1951.
  vi.   ALBERT H. FORDHAM, b. 12 August 1869; d. Unknown.
  vii.   HATTIE E. FORDHAM, b. 1873; d. 15 July 1883.
  viii.   JENNIE E. FORDHAM, b. 1875; d. 15 February 1876.
  ix.   HERBERT L. FORDHAM, b. 7 August 1879; d. 1 April 1907; m. NETTIE PARSONS; d. Unknown.


26. CHARLOTTE M.7 HAYES (ELISHA L.6, BENJAMIN5, JONATHAN4, JAMES3, SAMUEL2, NATHANIEL1) was born 6 October 1838 in West Plattsburgh, New York, and died 25 December 1867 in Grand Isle, Vermont. She married HENRY CLAY ALLEN 4 March 1861 in West Plattsburgh, New York, son of SAMUEL ALLEN and NANCY BARNES. He was born 20 April 1838 in Grand Isle, Vermont, and died 19 April 1928 in Grand Isle, Vermont.

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HARLOTTE M. HAYES:
Charlotte Hayes Allen died of a miscarriage on Christmas morning as she and her three young children stood on the shore of Lake Champlain to cross the ice to her parents home in West Plattsburgh. She is buried in her father's plot in the West Plattsburg-Morrison Cemetery. Henry Clay Allen lived on 200 acre farm, a portion of which was granted to Samuel Allen (his great grandfather, a Revolutionary War soldier, in lieu of pay for his service in the war. The land was on South Hero Island, later named Grand Isle. This Samuel had been captured by Indians as a boy in 1746. He had seen the islands twice before, once as an Indian captive and again during the war. Henry is buried "under the big tree" in Allen Cemetery at Kents Corners in Grand Isle. His second wife Martha divorced Henry in 1902 charging him with, "great cruelty, intolerable severity and more particularly, the past 4 years, he refused, tho able, to provide sufficent maintainence for his wife and 2 minor children. . ." Ettie May Allen Stratton wrote on a photo of Weslyan Church (across Military Turnpike from Elisha Hayes' blacksmith shop), "where my mother, Charlotte Hayes, went to church." The church was still standing in 1979. Descendant Allen Stratton of North Hero Island, Vermont, author and genealogist, researched the data on this branch and much of the early Hayes and Storrs genealogy.
     
Children of C
HARLOTTE HAYES and HENRY ALLEN are:
42. i.   EDMUND CLAYTON8 ALLEN, b. 11 February 1863, Grand Isle, Vermont; d. 9 April 1934, Bloomington, Illinois.
43. ii.   ETTIE MAY ALLEN, b. 15 October 1861, West Plattsburg, Clinton County, New York; d. 6 November 1955.
44. iii.   HENRY GRANT ALLEN, b. 4 December 1865, Grand Isle, Vermont; d. 6 October 1938, Sanborn, North Dakota.


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