Notes for George Hayes: ID: I936 Name: George HAYES Sex: M Birth: ABT 1665 in ,,,Scotland Death: 2 SEP 1725 in Simsbury,Hartford,CT Reference Number: 772 Note: ! He left Scotland in 1680 and went to Debenshire England left in 1682 to go to Windsor, Conn., his first wife is not known, she died in Windsor Conn. in 1682, leaving one child, George Jr. who died in 1683. George Hayes then married 29 Aug 1683 at Windsor. President Rutherford Birchard Hayes was the 19th President of the US. He was also the 4th generation Great grand son of George Hayes.
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ID: I10984078 Name: George HAYES Sex: M Birth: ABT. 1655 in Scotland Death: 2 SEP 1725 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT 1 Note: The following information mostly comes from the NEHGS Register, 1882 Edition, Vol. XXXVI. George was born in Scotland, but went as a young man to Derbyshire, England where tradition has it that he lived with an uncle. From Derbyshire he went to London and then went to New England. He is first known at Windsor, Ct., in 1682. (This information was given by Ezekiel Hayes of New Haven, great-grandson of George.) After his first marriage to Sarah Dibble ended with her death on March 27, 1683 (one day after the birth of her son, George) he married again. Abigail Dibble (written in early records as Dibol) was probably a cousin to Sarah. The births of three sons and four daughter to Abigail and George are recorded at Windsor, the last in June, 1697. In 1698 he is found at Simsbury, in the part of town now called Granby, and in the little hamlet of Salmon Brook, so called from the stream, famous in old times for salmon, crossing its one street. A deed of December 30, 1698, from Thomas Griffin to "George Haize formerly of Windsor," (sale price, 28 pounds) is recorded at Simsbury. His name appears in the "Minister's Rate of 1700, the "Wood Rate" on January 31, 1700/01, the "Centry Rate" of 1701, and in the list of freemen the same year. He also had about 4 acres of meadow taken according to the "Lyst of Simsbury lands taken by ye Sizers." By deed of March 6, 1708, John Matson conveys to "George Hayse of ye town of Simsbury Husbandman, "land lying between the lowr meadow lotts and the uper Meadow Lotts upon a little brook by reason of the willingness of said brooke is called Crooked Brooke--being ten acres more or less." Then, January 2, 1723, the town granted to "ye severall persons hereafter named the quantities of land hereafter expressd: to George Hays Sener 138 acres; Daniel Hays 120; George Hays Juner 99; William Hays 75; Samuel Hays 60." (They couldn't seem to settle on a spelling of the name, as it was spelled differently in almost every record, i.e., Haize, Hayes, Hayz, Hayse, Hays, Haiz, Haze, and even Hais.) George wrote his will April 30, 1725 and it was proved October 5, 1725, a month after his death on September 2, 1725. In his will he bequeaths to his wife, abigail, during her widowhood, his "dwelling house, barn, orchard, home lot and pasture," with household goods as far as needful, and one cow; to the four elder sons, "Daniel, George, William and Samuell," two-thirds of his residuary estate, and to his six daughters, "Abigail, Sarah, Mary, Johanna, Thankfull and Doritha" the remaining third, with the addition of 10 pounds to Daniel and 5 pounds to Abigail ("by reason of her lameness"); and to his youngest son, Benjamin, who Abigail was then living with, the "Bever Marsh" of ten acres, and his share in "oure Saw Mill at Salmon Brook," the said Benjamin to "dwell and live with me and support me in all my wants and necessities," and "to behave himself towards me as a dutyfull Child ought to do towards a dutyfull parent, during my natural life." In his will he calls himself "yeoman" and "about seventy years of age." He was probably buried in the older cemetery at "Hop Meadow" which dated from 1683.
Father: Robert HAYES b: ABT. 1629 in Scotland Mother: Margaret MALSTER b: 1633
Marriage 1 Sarah DIBBLE b: ABT. 1660 in Probably England Married: ABT. 1679 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT Children Daniel HAYES b: 22 JAN 1680/81 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT George HAYES b: 26 MAR 1683 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT
Marriage 2 Abigail DIBBLE b: 19 JAN 1665/66 in Windsor, Hartford Co., CT Married: 29 AUG 1683 in Windsor, Hartford Co., CT 1 Children Abigail HAYES b: 31 AUG 1684 in Windsor, Hartford Co., CT Daniel HAYES b: 26 APR 1686 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT Sarah HAYES b: 22 JAN 1686/87 in Windsor, Hartford Co., CT Mary HAYES b: 6 JAN 1688/89 in Windsor, Hartford Co., CT Joanna HAYES b: 2 OCT 1692 in Windsor, Hartford Co., CT George HAYES b: 9 MAR 1694/95 in Windsor, Hartford Co., CT William HAYES b: 13 JUN 1697 in Windsor, Hartford Co., CT Samuel HAYES b: ABT. 1699 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT Thankful HAYES b: ABT. 1701 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., CT Benjamin HAYES b: ABT. 1703 Doritha HAYES b: 23 SEP 1706
Sources: ============= http://www.bankert.org/genreport/p73.htm#i1822 George Hayes b. circa 1655, d. 2 September 1725 Relationship=9th great-grandfather of Norbert Raymond Bankert II. Appears on charts: Ancestors of Norbert Raymond Bankert
George Hayes was born circa 1655 in Scotland.1,2 He married (1) Sarah (___) before 1682 in Windsor, Hartford Co., Conn..3 He married (2) Abigail Dibble, age 16, daughter of Samuel Dibble and Abigail Graves, on 29 August 1683 in Windsor, Conn..4 He died on 2 September 1725 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Conn..5
Immigration: circa 1680, Emigrated from England, originally from Scotland. Residence: in 1689 Moved to Simsbury from Windsor.
According to Ezekiel Hayes, of New Haven, a great grandson of George; George Hayes "Went from Scotland to Derbyshire in England, and lived with his uncle. He was anxious to see London, whither he went. Having received some account of America, he took passage to this country. He married, and had three children. His wife died; and also his children. Afterwards he married Abigail Dibol of Long Island, and lived in Windsor Connecticut, and by her had ten [eleven] children." George Hayes is first found New England in Windsor in 1682. He married first, Sarah (_____), by whom he had three children, all of whom died soon. His last child by this marriage was George, born March 26, 1683. His wife, Sarah, died the following day and George Jr. died a week later. George next married Abigail Dibble who gave him eleven children, all of whom survived to adulthood. The first seven children of this marriage were born in Windsor. The remaining children were born in Salmon Brook (later Granby), where George had located in 1698. In 1698, George purchased the Salmon Brook homestead of Thomas Griffin. In 1708, John Matson conveyed to "Georg hayse" land lying between the low meadow lots and the upper Meadow lots, being ten acres more or less along Crooked Brook. In 1723 the town granted 138 acres to George Hayes Sr.
George Hayes is an ancestor of Ruthorford B. Hayes, 19'th President of the United States.
Child of George Hayes and Sarah (___): George Hayes b. 26 Mar 1683, d. 3 Apr 1683
Children of George Hayes and Abigail Dibble: Abigail Hayes b. 31 Aug 1684, d. a 1725 Daniel Hayes+ b. 26 Apr 1686, d. 23 Sep 1756 Sarah Hayes+ b. 22 Jan 1686/87, d. a 1725 Mary Hayes b. 6 Jan 1689/90, d. a 1725 Joanna Hayes+ b. 2 Oct 1692, d. a 1780 George Hayes+ b. 9 Mar 1694/95, d. c 1765 William Hayes+ b. 13 Jun 1697 Samuel Hayes+ b. 1699, d. a Mar 1787 Thankful Hayes+ b. 1701, d. 15 May 1771 Benjamin Hayes+ b. c 1703, d. 19 Oct 1744 Dorothy Hayes+ b. 23 Apr 1706 Citations
[S100] NEHGR, Rev. Charles W. Hayes, "The Hayes Family of Connecticut", 36(1882):387 . [S55] Charles Manwaring, Early Conn. Probate Records, 2:524, "Age about 70 years". [S77] Rev. Charles W. Hayes, George Hayes of Windsor, 2. [S77] Rev. Charles W. Hayes, George Hayes of Windsor, 3. [S77] Rev. Charles W. Hayes, George Hayes of Windsor, 4.
Children of George Hayes and Abigail DIBBLE are:
+Samuel Hayes, b. 1699, Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut, d. Aft. Mar 1787.