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--- Fourth Generation in America ---

 

Families of the Children of Mary3 Washburn and Samuel Kinsley (Jr.)

 

 

         The children of Mary Washburn are identified by the division of the estate of Samuel Kinsley, and the families of the children are pretty well established, although my list of great-grandchildren may be incomplete, and positive identification of the name of the wife of Samuel Kinsley (3rd) eludes me. Most lived west of Bridgewater in the town of Easton, which was established as the North Purchase of Taunton. Son Samuel Kinsley (3rd) and daughter Bethiah Kinsley moved to the Connecticut town of Norwich, in New London County, with their families. The families of the children of Silas Willis and Sarah Hayward are still being researched. Because Mary Washburn was a daughter, her descendants will not be carried forward further than what is listed here, with the exception of grandchildren John Kinsley and Mary Willis, who married back into the Washburn families.

 

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Elder Stephen1 Kinsley

 

 

Samuel2 Kinsley

 

 

Samuel3 Kinsley (Jr.)

 

 

 

 

Hannah Brackett

 

Hannah4 Kinsley

 

 

 

Sarah4 Kinsley

 

 

 

Samuel4 Kinsley (3rd)

 

 

 

Mary4 Kinsley

 

 

 

Benjamin4 Kinsley

 

 

 

Susanna4 Kinsley

 

 

 

Abigail4 Kinsley

 

 

 

Bethiah4 Kinsley

 

 

 

 

 

 

John1 Washburn (4th)

 

 

John2 Washburn (5th)

 

 

 

 

Margery1 Moore

 

Mary3 Washburn

 

 

 

 

 

Experience1 Mitchell

 

 

Elizabeth2 Mitchell

 

 

 

 

Jane2 Cooke

 

(150.) Hannah4 Kinsley, eldest daughter of (62) Mary3 Washburn, (43) John2 (5th), (28) John1 (4th); born presumably in Bridgewater, Massachusetts Colony, in ca. 1690, married Capt. Edward3 Hayward, Esq., son of Deacon Joseph2 and Hannah2 (Mitchell) Hayward, of Bridgewater,[1] on 2 Feb. 1713/14 in Norton, Bristol Co., MA.[2] He was born on 24 July 1689 in Bridgewater,[3] a grandson of Thomas1 and Susanna Hayward,[4] and of Experience1 and Mary Mitchell,[5] and they lived in Easton, Bristol Co., MA.

         Hannah (Kinsley) Hayward died on 11 Nov. 1747 in Easton,[6] and was buried in Cynthia Drake Cemetery in Easton. Capt. Edward Hayward remarried to Keziah (Hall) White,[7] widow of Nathan White, on 26 Oct. 1748 in Easton.[8] On 7 Apr. 1747 Edward “Howard,” of Easton, was appointed as guardian of Nathan White, David White, Silence White, and Zilpha White, all under 14, children of Nathan White, of Easton, deceased.[9]

         Capt. Edward Hayward, Esq., was a Justice of the Peace in Easton, and he died intestate on 21 May 1760 in Easton, aged 70 years,[10] and was buried in Cynthia Drake Cemetery in Easton. Keziah Hayward, his widow, and Mathew Hayward, his eldest surviving son, were granted administration of his estate on 30 June 1760. The division of his estate, on 13 Apr. 1761, mentioned his heirs: widow Keziah Hayward; daughter Hannah Dean, wife of James Dean; eldest son Matthew Hayward; sons Edward, Joseph, and Solomon Hayward; and daughter Keziah Hayward.[11] On 1 July 1760 Keziah Hayward, of Easton, widow, was appointed as guardian of Edward Hayward, Joseph Hayward, Solomon Hayward, and Keziah Hayward, all under 14, children of Edward Hayward, of Easton, deceased, with Robert Randall, yeoman, and Benjamin Pettingill, yeoman, both of Easton, as sureties.[12] Keziah (Hall) (White) Hayward remarried to Deacon Robert Randall, of Easton, on 9 Feb. 1764 in Easton.[13]

         Capt. Edward Hayward, Esq., had 4 children by Hannah Kinsley, and 4 more children by Keziah (Hall) White:

         563      i   Hannah4 Hayward, born on 15 July 1716 in Easton,[14] married James Dean, of Taunton, on 15 June 1744 in Easton, by her father, Edward Hayward, J.P.[15] Hannah (Hayward) Dean died, and he remarried to Anna (___) before 1790. They were living in Easton, MA, in the 1790,[16] and 1800 federal censuses.[17] He died testate in 1803 in Easton, MA, his will dated 2 Mar. 1790, and probated on 30 Mar. 1803, mentioned his wife Anna, daughter Hannah Howard, and son Edward Dean, whom he named as executor of his estate.[18] (See Appendix [A] for a full transcription of his will.) He was probably the James Dean buried in Pine Grove Cemetery in Easton in grave 5 with no gravestone.[19] Either Hannah or Anna was buried next to him in grave 6 with no gravestone.[20] Hannah (Hayward) Dean had two children:

a. Hannah Dean, born on 26 Aug. 1745 in Easton,[21] married (1243) Nehemiah4 Howard, son of Dr. Abiel3 and (422) Silence5 (Washburn) Howard, of Bridgewater,[22] on 27 Feb. 1770 in Easton,[23] and they also lived in Easton.[24] He was born on 13 Apr. 1740 in Bridgewater,[25] a grandson of (125) Capt. Nehemiah4 and Jane3 (Howard) Washburn.[26] They were living in Easton, MA, in the 1790 federal census, probably next door to his brother, John Howard,[27] and they were living in Easton in the 1800,[28] and 1810 federal censuses,[29] but in the West Parish of Bridgewater, MA, in the 1820 federal census.[30] He died on 30 Sept. 1825 in West Bridgewater, aged 84 [sic] years,[31] but no probate records were found for his estate in Plymouth County. (To be continued under his family in Washburn Sixth Generation.)

b. Dr. Edward Dean, born on 30 June 1748 in Easton,[32] married 1.) Joanah Williams, of Easton, daughter of Daniel and Rebekah (Hunt) Williams,[33] on 6 Mar. 1768 in Easton,[34] and they also lived in Easton.[35] She was born on 19 May 1745 in Easton,[36] and died on 1 Mar. 1772 in Easton,[37] and she was buried in Pine Grove Cemetery in Easton in grave 2 with no gravestone.[38] He remarried to 2.) Anna5 Hayward, of Easton, presumably his first cousin, daughter of (566) Matthew4 and Anne4 (Howard) Hayward,[39] on 25 Dec. 1788 in Easton.[40] She was born on 24 Mar. 1754 in Easton.[41] They were living in Easton, MA, in the 1790,[42] 1800,[43] and 1810 federal censuses.[44] Dr. Edward Dean died intestate on 26 Sept. 1816 in Easton, and was buried in the Dr. Edward Dean Cemetery in Easton.[45] His widow, Anne Dean, refused the administration of his estate on 2 Dec. 1816, and his son James Dean was granted administration of his estate on 3 Dec. 1816, with Lewis Williams and Cyrus Howard as sureties.[46] Anna (Hayward) Dean probably died in Easton at an unknown date, and was buried in Pine Grove Cemetery in Easton in grave 3 with no gravestone.[47] He had at least 2 children by Joanah Williams:

1. James Dean, born on 12 Dec. 1768 in Easton,[48] married Polly Dean, of Easton, on 18 Nov. 1792 in Easton.[49] She was born on 2 Apr. 1775.[50] They were living probably next door to his father in Easton, MA, in the 1800 federal census,[51] and they were living in Easton in the 1810,[52] 1820,[53] and 1830 federal censuses.[54] She died on 15 Sept. 1837 in Easton, MA,[55] and he died a widower on 6 July 1852 in Easton, aged 84 years,[56] and they were both buried in Pine Grove Cemetery in Easton, but no probate records were filed for his estate in Bristol Co., MA.

2. Abigail Dean, born on 17 Sept. 1770 in Easton,[57] married (1522) Sgt. Alexander4 Keith, son of Ebenezer3 and (479) Hephzibah (Perkins) (Carver) Keith, of Bridgewater,[58] on 14 Dec. 1788 in Easton.[59] He was born on 7 June 1762 in Bridgewater,[60] a grandson of Samuel2 and Bethiah3 (Fobes) Keith, and of Thomas and (132) Mary4 (Washburn) Perkins, of Bridgewater.[61] She died on 26 Mar. 1824 in Easton,[62] and he died testate on 21 Dec. 1839 in Easton,[63] and they were both buried in the Dr. Edward Dean Cemetery in Easton. His will, dated 8 Nov. 1839, and probated on 3 Mar. 1840, mentioned his daughters Phebe, Nancy, Hepsibah Perkins, and Abigail Dean, and his son Dean Keith, who he appointed as executor of his estate.[64] (See his family for their children.)

3. (Possibly one or two more sons)[65]

         564     ii   Edward Hayward (Jr.), born on 13 Apr. 1718 in Easton,[66] died on 8 Apr. 1739 in Easton,[67] unmarried.

         565    iii   Joseph Hayward, born on 27 Apr. 1722 in Easton,[68] died on 14 June 1740 in Easton.[69]

         566    iv   Matthew4 Hayward, born on 10 Dec. 1728 in Easton,[70] married 1.) Anna/Anne4 Howard, of Easton, daughter of Joshua3 and Susanna4 (Hayward) Howard,[71] on 29 Jan. 1753 in Easton, by his father, Edward Hayward, J.P.[72] She was born on 16 Oct. 1725 in Bridgewater,[73] a granddaughter of Maj. Jonathan2 and Sarah (Dean) Howard, and of John3 and Susanna (Edson) Hayward (Jr.).[74] Matthew was named the eldest son in the division of his father’s estate, and was at least 21 by 1756, when with his uncle, Benjamin Kinsley, he was involved in appraising and settling the estate of Thomas Pratt, Jr., of Easton.[75] Matthew Hayward also joined his step-mother, Keziah, in filing the final accounting of his father, Edward Hayward, Esq., as guardian of the four children of Keziah, namely Silence Bony, David White, Zilpha White, and Nathan White, on 15 Dec. 1760.[76] Matthew Hayward was also the Easton Town Clerk in the years 1759 and 1760.[77] Anne (Howard) Hayward died on 6 July 1784 in Easton, aged 58 years,[78] and Matthew Hayward remarried to 2.) Rebekah/Rebecca Lathrop in ca. 1786.[79] He was still living in Easton, MA, in the 1790 federal census, his name listed as Mathew Howard,[80] his name was recorded as Mathew Howard in Winthrop, Kennebec Co., ME, in the 1800 federal census,[81] and as Matthew Howard in Winthrop, ME, in the 1810 federal census.[82] He died on 28 Dec. 1816 in Winthrop, Kennebec Co., ME,[83] and she was probably living with the family of her son Daniel Hayward in Winthrop, ME, in the 1830, and 1840 federal censuses. She died a widow on 6 Aug. 1842 in Winthrop, ME.[84] He had 5 children by Anne Howard, and 4 more children by Rebecca Lathrop:

a. Anne5 Hayward, born on 24 Mar. 1754 in Easton,[85] presumably married her first cousin, Dr. Edward Dean, son of James and (563) Hannah (Hayward) Dean, of Easton,[86] as his second wife, on 25 Dec. 1788 in Easton.[87] He was born on 30 June 1748 in Easton,[88] and was widower of Joanah (Williams) Dean. Dr. Edward Dean died intestate on 26 Sept. 1816 in Easton, and was buried in the Dr. Edward Dean Cemetery in Easton.[89] His widow, Anne Dean, refused the administration of his estate on 2 Dec. 1816, and his son James Dean was granted administration of his estate on 3 Dec. 1816, with Lewis Williams and Cyrus Howard as sureties.[90] Anna (Hayward) Dean probably died in Easton at an unknown date, and was buried in Pine Grove Cemetery in Easton in grave 3 with no gravestone.[91]

b. Olive5 Hayward, born on 17 July 1755 in Easton,[92] died on 19 Sept. 1779 in Easton, aged 24 years.[93]

c. Matthew Hayward (Jr.), born on 5 May 1757 in Easton, died on 25 May 1759 in Easton.[94]

d. Joshua5 Hayward, a twin, born on 13 Apr. 1764 in Easton,[95] married 1.) Jerusha Fillebrown, daughter of James and Susannah (White) Fillebrown, of Mansfield,[96] on 14 Feb. 1785 in Mansfield, MA.[97] She was born on 3 Sept. 1762 in Mansfield.[98] Children not found. They were probably living in Easton in the 1800 federal census,[99] and moved to Readfield, Maine, in ca. 1801. She supposedly died on 19 May 1805 in Readfield, ME,[100] and he remarried to 2.) Susannah (___) in ca. 1805. She was born ca. 1767.[101] He was probably the Joshua Howard living in Readfield, Kennebec Co., ME, in the 1810,[102] and 1820 federal censuses,[103] the Joshua Hayword living in Readfield, ME, in the 1830 federal census,[104] and the Joshua Haward living in Readfield, ME, in the 1840 federal census.[105] He died on 12 Mar. 1850 in Readfield, Kennebec Co., ME, aged 85 years, 11 months,[106] and she was a widow living in Readfield, ME, with her son Matthew Hayward in the 1850 federal census.[107] She died on 19 Aug. 1856 in Readfield, ME, aged 88 years, 8 months,[108] and they were both buried in Readfield Corner Cemetery in Readfield, ME. He had at least 4 children by Jerusha Fillebrown, and 4 more children by Susannah:

1. Jerusha6 Hayward, born supposedly on 25 Mar. 1788 in Easton,[109] married Shepard Bean, son of Joshua and Mary Bean,[110] on 18 June 1809 in Readfield, Kennebec Co., ME.[111] He was born on 16 July 1784 in Gilmanton, Belknap Co., NH.[112] They were living in Readfield, ME, in the 1810,[113] and 1820 federal censuses,[114] near her father in Readfield in the 1830 federal census,[115] and in the 1840 federal census,[116] where he was a farmer. He died on 31 Aug. 1847 in Readfield, Kennebec Co., ME,[117] and she was still living in Readfield, ME, in the 1850 federal census, with the family of their son Charles Bean.[118] She died on 20 Jan. 1871 in Readfield, ME,[119] and they were both buried in Readfield Corner Cemetery in Readfield, ME.

2. Harriet6 Hayward, born ca. 1796 in Easton,[120] married Davis Daniel Lane, of Leeds, ME, son of Peter and Lois (Verrill) Lane,[121] on 6 Apr. 1828 in Leeds, ME.[122] He was born on 16 Apr. 1800 in Leeds, ME.[123] He was not a head of household in Readfield, ME, in the 1830 federal census, but she died on 8 Feb. 1833 in Readfield, ME, aged 36 years,[124] and he supposedly remarried to Almira Spear.[125] They were not found in the 1850 or 1860 federal censuses in Maine. He died on 23 Dec. 1891 in East Livermore, ME.[126]

3. Nancy6 D. Hayward, born supposedly on 9 Feb. 1798 in Easton,[127] married Francis “Frank” Llewellyn Williams, son of Jacob and Joanna Dean (Williams) Williams,[128] on 27 Aug. 1818 in Easton.[129] He was born on 27 Aug. 1798 in ME,[130] a grandson of Daniel and Rhoda (Lathrop) (Keith) Williams, of Easton, and a great-grandson of Maj. Daniel and (589) Rhoda4 (Willis) Lathrop. They were living in Pleasant Pond No. 1 Range 3 East Kennebec River, Somerset Co., ME, in the 1840 federal census,[131] in No. 1 Range 4 Kennebec River, Somerset Co., ME, in the 1850 federal census,[132] and in Caratunk Plantation, Somerset Co., ME, in the 1860 federal census,[133] where he was a farmer. He died on 7 Dec. 1868 in Caratunk, Somerset Co., ME, aged 70 years, 4 months, 12 days,[134] and she died on 21 Jan. 1872 in Caratunk, Somerset Co., ME, aged 73 years, 11 months, 12 days,[135] and they were both buried in Webster Cemetery in Caratunk, ME.

4. Clarissa6 R. Hayward, born on 28 Nov. 1804 in Readfield, ME,[136] never married. She was living with her brother Matthew Hayward in Readfield, ME, in the 1850 and 1860 federal censuses. She died on 8 Oct. 1887 in Readfield, Kennebec Co., ME, aged 82 years, 9 months, 10 days.[137]

5. Lucy6 P. Hayward, born on 11 May 1806 in Readfield, ME,[138] never married. She was also living with her brother Matthew Hayward in Readfield, ME, in the 1850 and 1860 federal censuses. She died on 3 July 1887 in Readfield, ME, aged 81 years, 1 month, 23 days.[139]

6. Joshua6 Richmond Hayward, born on 16 Oct. 1807 in Readfield, ME,[140] married Anna R. Libbey on 22 June 1836 in Bangor, ME.[141] She was born on 5 Oct. 1809.[142] They were living in Lincoln, Penobscot Co., ME, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a laborer,[143] and in Bangor, Penobscot Co., ME, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a merchant.[144] He died on 13 Sept. 1878 in Bangor, ME,[145] and she died on 6 Feb. 1886 in Bangor, ME,[146] and they were both buried in Mount Hope Cemetery in Bangor, ME.

7. Matthew6 Hayward, born on 4 Mar. 1811 in Readfield, ME,[147] apparently never married. He was a farmer living in Readfield, ME, in the 1850,[148] and 1860 federal censuses.[149] He died on 27 Sept. 1863 in Readfield, ME, aged 52 years, 6 months.[150]

8. Charles6 Hayward, born on 7 Apr. 1812 in Readfield, ME,[151] married Amanda M. Leslie on 15 May 1847 in Bangor, ME.[152] She was born on 22 Apr. 1821 in ME.[153] They were living in Bangor, Penobscot Co., ME, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a merchant,[154] and the 1860 federal census, where he was a grocer.[155] He died on 24 Dec. 1889 in Bangor, ME,[156] and she died on 21 Dec. 1899 in Bangor, ME.[157]

e. Susanna Hayward, a twin, born on 13 Apr. 1764 in Easton,[158] died on 7 Dec. 1784 in Easton, aged 20 years.[159]

f. Daniel5 Hayward, born on 24 Sept. 1787 in Easton,[160] married Elizabeth Fillebrown, daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth (Cheever) Fillebrown, on 1 Jan. 1811 in Winthrop, Kennebec Co., ME.[161] She was born on 2 Feb. 1792 in Hallowell, Kennebec Co., ME.[162] They were living in Winthrop, Kennebec Co., ME, in the 1820,[163] 1830,[164] and 1840 federal censuses,[165] where he was a farmer. She died on 11 Apr. 1846 in Winthrop, ME.[166] He was still living in Winthrop, ME, in the 1850,[167] and 1860 federal censuses,[168] where he was a farmer, and was living with his son Thomas F. Hayward in Winthrop, ME, in the 1870 federal census. He died on 31 July 1871 in Winthrop, Kennebec Co., ME,[169] and they were both buried in Maple Cemetery in Winthrop, ME. They had children:

1. Olive6 Hayward, born on 22 Nov. 1811 in Winthrop, Kennebec Co., ME,[170] married John B. Lane on 15 Sept. 1831 in Winthrop, ME.[171] He died by 1850, and she was still living in Winthrop, ME, in the 1850 federal census,[172] but she was not found in the 1860 federal census.

2. William6 Hayward, born on 6 Oct. 1813 in Winthrop, ME,[173] possibly married June E. Tinkham on 3 Jan. 1835 in Sidney, Kennebec Co., ME.[174] They were not found in Maine in the 1840 or 1850 federal censuses.

3. Emily6 F. Hayward, born on 22 Feb. 1816 in Winthrop, ME,[175] married Stephen Andrews on 31 Oct. 1833 in Winthrop, ME.[176] They were living in Winthrop, ME, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a shoemaker,[177] and the 1860 federal census, where he was a boot maker.[178] She died on 11 Oct. 1862 in Winthrop, Kennebec Co., ME.[179]

4. Elizabeth6 C. Hayward, born on 18 Feb. 1818 in Winthrop, ME,[180] married Edward P. Briggs on 21 July 1838 in Winthrop, ME,[181] but she died on 27 Aug. 1838 in Winthrop, ME,[182] and was also buried in Maple Cemetery in Winthrop, ME, and he remarried to Elizabeth B. Peterson on 26 July 1841 in Piscataquis Co., ME.[183]

5. Franklin Hayward, born on 27 Aug. 1820 in Winthrop, ME,[184] marriage not found.

6. John Hayward, born on 15 Mar. 1823 in Winthrop, ME,[185] marriage not found.

7. Sarah6 Cushing Hayward, born on 27 Aug. 1825 in Winthrop, ME,[186] never married. She was still unmarried and living with her father in Winthrop, ME, in the 1850 and 1860 federal censuses, and with her brother Thomas F. Hayward in Winthrop, ME, in the 1870 federal census. She died in 1911 in Winthrop, ME,[187] and was buried in Maple Cemetery in Winthrop, ME.

8. Francis Hayward, born on 20 Apr. 1828, died on 5 Oct. 1828 in Winthrop, ME.[188]

9. Thomas6 Fillebrown Hayward, born on 25 Jan. 1830 in Winthrop, ME,[189] was still unmarried and living with his father in Winthrop, ME, in the 1850 federal census, a farmer, married Laura H. Perkins, daughter of Nathan and Sally (Kimball) Perkins,[190] on 21 May 1854 in Winthrop, ME.[191] She was born on 30 May 1825 in Winthrop, ME.[192] They were still living with his father in Winthrop, ME, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a farmer, and he was living in Winthrop, ME, in the 1870 federal census.[193] He died on 8 Apr. 1878 in Winthrop, ME,[194] and she died on 31 Dec. 1900 in Winthrop, ME,[195] and they were both buried in Maple Cemetery in Winthrop, ME.

10. Peleg Benson Hayward, born on 19 Oct. 1832 in Winthrop, ME,[196] probably died young. He was not part of his father’s household in the 1850 federal census.

11. Charles F. Hayward, born in 1835 in Winthrop, ME,[197] marriage not found.

g. Alvan5 Hayward, born supposedly on 4 Sept. 1789 in Easton, MA,[198] married Millicent Parris Andrews, daughter of Mark and Ruth (Parris) Andrews,[199] on 20 Feb. 1816 in Winthrop, Kennebec Co., ME.[200] She was born on 20 Mar. 1795.[201] He served as a Sergeant in Capt. Thomas Eastman’s Company raised from Winthrop and Hallowell in 1814 during the War of 1812.[202] They were possibly living with his brother Daniel Hayward in Winthrop, ME, in the 1820 federal census, but they moved to York, Genesee (now Livingston) Co., NY, shortly after 1820.[203] They were living in York, Livingston Co., NY, in the 1850 federal census,[204] where he was a farmer, and in the 1860,[205] and 1870 federal censuses, where he was a retired merchant.[206] He died on 27 Apr. 1880 in York, Livingston Co., NY,[207] and she died on 4 Oct. 1881 in York, Livingston Co., NY,[208] and they were both buried in Pleasant Valley Cemetery in York, NY. They had children:

1. Lloyd6 Andrew Hayward, born on 6 Dec. 1816 in Winthrop, ME,[209] graduated from Amherst College and Harvard Law School, moved to Perry, NY, and married 1.) Mary Jane Dudley, of Perry, on 8 Oct. 1844.[210] She was born ca. 1827 in NY.[211] They were living in Perry, Wyoming Co., NY, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a lawyer,[212] and in Warsaw, Wyoming Co., NY, in the 1860,[213] and 1870 federal censuses,[214] where he was an attorney or lawyer. She died on 9 Mar. 1878, and he remarried to 2.) Emma Quick, of Auburn, NY, in May 1886.[215] She died on 10 Oct. 1899.[216] He was the Wyoming County Treasurer, and he died on 7 Mar. 1900 in Warsaw, Wyoming Co., NY,[217] and was buried in Warsaw Cemetery in Warsaw, NY.

2. Isaac6 Lathrop Hayward, born on 18 Oct. 1819 in Winthrop, ME,[218] supposedly married Sarah A. Holloway, daughter of John and Lucy E. Holloway,[219] on 30 Apr. 1844.[220]She was born ca. 1825 in NY.[221] They were living in York, Livingston Co., NY, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a farmer,[222] and moved to Adrian, Lenawee Co., MI, where they were living in the 1860 federal census.[223] He died in 1885 in Adrian, Lenawee Co., MI,[224] and she died in 1901 in Adrian, MI,[225] and they were both buried in Oakwood Cemetery in Adrian, MI.

3. Polly6 Stanley Hayward, born on 4 Jan. 1822 in Winthrop, ME,[226] was still unmarried and living with her parents in York, NY, in the 1850 federal census, married James McIntyre. He was born in 1819 in Montgomery Co., NY.[227] They were living in York, Livingston Co., NY, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a farmer.[228] He died on 21 Apr. 1871 in York, Livingston Co., NY,[229] and she died on 22 Feb. 1893 in York, Livingston Co., NY,[230] and they were both buried in the Old Scotch Cemetery in York, NY.

h. Albert5 Hayward, born supposedly in 1792 in Winthrop, Kennebec Co., ME,[231] married Jerusha Lovering, daughter of Nathaniel and Jerusha (Follett) Lovering, of Winthrop, ME,[232] on 28 Jan. 1817 in Winthrop, ME.[233] She was born on 31 Oct. 1795 in Winthrop, ME.[234] He served as a Corporal in Capt. Thomas Eastman’s Company from Winthrop and Hallowell raised in 1814 during the War of 1812.[235] They were living in Winthrop, Kennebec Co., ME, in the 1820 federal census, where he was a farmer.[236] He died on 27 June 1829 in Winthrop, Kennebec Co., ME.[237] She was living in Winthrop, ME, in the 1830,[238] 1840,[239] 1850,[240] and 1860 federal censuses.[241] She died on 10 Apr. 1877 in Winthrop, ME,[242] and they were both buried in Maple Cemetery in Winthrop, ME. They had children:

1. Pamela Hayward, born on 13 June 1819 in Winthrop, ME,[243] died on 22 Aug. 1829 in Winthrop, ME,[244] and was buried in Maple Cemetery in Winthrop, ME.

2. George6 Albert Hayward, born on 15 Apr. 1829 in Winthrop, ME,[245] was still unmarried and living with his widowed mother in Winthrop, ME, in the 1850 federal census, died on 25 Sept. 1855 in Winthrop, ME,[246] and was also buried in Maple Cemetery in Winthrop, ME.

i. Olive Hayward, born on 16 Oct. 1795 in Augusta, Kennebec Co., ME,[247] marriage not found.

         567     v   Capt. Edward4 Hayward (Jr.), born on 31 July 1749 in Easton,[248] probably married 1.) Susannah Hayward, of Bridgewater, on 21 Nov. 1771 in Easton,[249] and moved eventually to West Bridgewater, MA. She was born ca. 1752.[250] He was probably the Edward Hayward from Easton who served in the Revolutionary War as a Lieutenant in Capt. Matthew Randell’s Company in Dec. 1776, in Capt. Jonathan Shaw’s Company in Sept. 1777, in Capt. Josiah King’s Company in 1778, and in Capt. Seth Pratt’s Company in Aug. 1780.[251] He was not listed as a head of household in Easton, MA, in the 1790 federal census, but he was probably the Edward Hayward living in Easton in the 1800 federal census.[252] She died on 25 Mar. 1800 in West Bridgewater, aged 47 years,[253] and he remarried to 2.) Elizabeth “Betty” Powers on 6 Nov. 1802 in Bridgewater.[254] He was not a head of household in Easton in the 1810 federal census, but he may have been the Edward Hayward living in West Parish, Bridgewater, MA, in 1810.[255] She supposedly died on 13 Apr. 1820 in West Bridgewater, aged 58 years.[256] He died intestate on 10 Dec. 1824 in West Bridgewater, aged 76 years,[257] and his son Edward Hayward was granted administration of his estate on 4 Jan. 1825.[258] He had 2 children by Susannah Hayward:

a. Susanna5 “Susan” Hayward, born 3 May 1774 in Easton,[259] married Josiah Copeland, son of Elijah and Rhoda (Snell) Copeland,[260] of Easton, on 11 Sept. 1794 in Easton.[261] He was born on 13 Oct. 1768 in Bridgewater,[262] and baptized on 4 Dec. 1768 in West Bridgewater.[263] They were living in Easton in the 1800,[264] 1810,[265] 1820,[266] 1830,[267] and 1840 federal censuses, where he was a farmer,[268] and next door to his their son Horatio Copeland in the 1850 federal census.[269] He died intestate on 14 Dec. 1852 in Easton, aged 84 years.[270] His widow, Susanna Copeland, refused the administration of his estate on 9 June 1853, and his heirs, Hiram Copeland and Susan H. Copeland, requested an administrator be appointed for his estate on the same date. Samuel Wilbur, of Raynham, was appointed as administrator of his estate on 10 June 1853, with Hiram Copeland, of Easton, as surety, his inventory was appraised by Luke S. Greenleaf, Jacob Williams, and Nathaniel Guild, all of Easton, which totaled $1616.05, and Samuel Wilbur, the administrator, gave his oath to the inventory on 5 Aug. 1853. His heirs, Susan Copeland, widow of Josiah Copeland, late of Easton, Horatio Copelay, Susan H. Copeland, and Hiram Copeland, all of Easton, agreed on a division of his estate on 6 June 1854.[271] She died a widow on 5 May 1859 in Easton, aged 85 years.[272] They had children:

1. Horatio Copeland, born on 1 Mar. 1796 in Bridgewater,[273] married Delia (Nye) Howard, of Easton, daughter of Samuel and Polly (Snow) Nye,[274] on 8 Aug. 1834 in Easton.[275] He served as a Private in Capt. Isaac Lothrop’s Company from Easton in the War of 1812,[276] They were living near his father in Easton, MA, in the 1840 federal census, where he was a farmer,[277] and next door to his father in Easton in the 1850 federal census, where he was a trader.[278] He died intestate on 2 Dec. 1865 in Easton, aged 69 years, 9 months, 1 day, of “hermalarion,”[279] and Tisdale Harlow, of Easton, was granted administration of his estate on 15 Dec. 1865, with Delia M. Copeland and George Copeland, of Easton, as sureties.[280] She died a widow on 26 Jan. 1878 in Easton, MA, aged 73 years, 9 months, 23 days, of “paralysis of brain,”[281] and they were both buried in the South Easton Cemetery in Easton, MA.

2. Hiram Copeland, born on 9 Sept. 1798 in Easton,[282] married Lurana Copeland, daughter of Amasa and Fanny Copeland, of Mansfield, MA,[283] on 3 July 1828 in Easton.[284] They were also living near his father in Easton, MA, in the 1840,[285] and 1850 federal censuses, where he was a farmer.[286] He died testate on 13 July 1861 in Easton, aged 62 years, 10 months, of “gastro enteritis and inlussusception,”[287] his will dated 6 July 1861, and probated on 6 Sept. 1861, mentioned his wife Lurana Copeland, and his four children Hiram W. Copeland, Harriet A. Swan, the wife of Dr. James C. Swan, Catherine H. Ames, the wife of Frank M. Ames, and Abbly L. Copeland, and he named his wife Lurana as executrix of his estate.[288] (See Appendix [B] for a full transcription of his will.) She died a widow on 12 Nov. 1886 in Brockton, MA, aged 86 years, 6 months, 10 days, of “calarrhal pneumonia.”[289]

3. Susanna “Susan” H. Copeland, born on 21 July 1800 in Easton,[290] never married. She was still unmarried and living with her parents in Easton, MA, in the 1830, 1840, and 1850 federal censuses, and she intestate died on 3 Nov. 1867 in Easton, aged 67 years, 3 months, 20 days, of disease of heart.”[291] Tisdale Harlow, of Easton, was granted administration of her estate on 17 Jan. 1868, which listed her heirs as Harriet A. Swan, wife of J. C. Swan, of W. Bridgewater, a niece, Catherine H. Ames, wife of F. M. Ames, of Canton, a niece, Abbie L. Goldthwait, wife of E. Goldthwaite, of N. Bridgewater, a niece, George Copeland, of Easton, a nephew, Horatio F. Copeland, of Abington, a nephew, and Hiram W. Copeland, of Bucklin, ME, a nephew.[292]

b. Edward5 Hayward (3rd), born on 5 Nov. 1783 in Easton,[293] married 1.) Parnel6 “Parna” Howard, daughter of James5 and Abigail (Snell) Howard (Jr.), on 4 July 1805 in Bridgewater.[294] She was born on 24 May 1786 in Bridgewater,[295] a granddaughter of James and (590) Bettie4 (Willis) Howard, and of Capt. Josiah and Susanna (Ames) Snell (Jr.), both of Bridgewater.[296] He was probably the Edward Hayward Jr. living in West Parish, Bridgewater, in the 1810 federal census.[297] She died on 20 Dec. 1818 in Bridgewater,[298] and he remarried to 2.) Sally (Bearce) Keith, daughter of Job and Sarah (Keith) Bearce, of East Bridgewater, and widow of Martin Keith,[299] on 8 Mar. 1820 in Bridgewater.[300] She was baptized on 15 Aug. 1784 in East Bridgewater.[301] He was administrator of his father’s estate in 1825. They were living in West Parish, Bridgewater, in the 1820 federal census,[302] he may have been the Edward Howard living in West Bridgewater in the 1830 federal census,[303] probably the Edward Hayward living in West Bridgewater next door to his son Edward Hayward Jr. in the 1840 federal census,[304] and they were living in the house of his son in West Bridgewater in the 1850 federal census.[305] She died on 25 Sept. 1855 in West Bridgewater, aged 71 years, 1 month, 23 days, of “consumption,”[306] and he died a widower, testate, on 2 Mar. 1856 in West Bridgewater, aged 72 years, 3 months, 27 days, of “consumption,”[307] and was buried in the Hayward Family Graveyard in West Bridgewater.[308] His will was dated 30 Jan. 1856, and presented for probate on the first Tuesday of Apr. 1856, and he mentioned the children of daughter Eliza P., wife of Cyrus Randall, daughters Susan D., wife of Freeman Howard, and Vesta S., wife of Elijah S. Howard, and son Edward W. Hayward, who he named as executor of his estate.[309] (See Appendix [C] for a full transcription of his will.) He had children by Parnel Howard:

1. Eliza6 P. Hayward, born on 13 Aug. 1806 in Bridgewater,[310] married Cyrus Randall, son of Phinehas and Jemima (Adams) Randall, of Easton,[311] on 22 Oct. 1822 in West Bridgewater.[312] He was born on 22 Sept. 1799 in Easton.[313] They were living in Easton, MA, in the 1840 federal census.[314] She died on 20 June 1853 in Easton, aged 47 years, of “consumption,”[315] and he remarried to Susan S. (___). The children of daughter Eliza P., wife of Cyrus Randall, were mentioned in her father’s 1856 will. He died intestate on 11 May 1859 in Easton, aged 58 years, of “consumption,”[316] and Tisdale Harlow Esq., of Easton, was granted administration of his estate on 5 July 1859, with Elijah Howard and Samuel Simpson, both of Easton, as sureties. The petition listed the heirs of Cyrus Randall as Susan S. Randall, widow, Alvin A. Randall, Eliza J. Simpson, Mary H. Ripley, Martha A. Southworth, Rhoda G. Randall, and Phebe A. Randall, as children.[317]

2. Rhoda6 G. Hayward, born on 10 Aug. 1808 in Bridgewater,[318] married David Bartlett Jr., son of David and Polly B. (Howard) Bartlett, of West Bridgewater, on 29 Nov. 1838 in West Bridgewater.[319] He was born on 11 Feb. 1811 in West Bridgewater.[320] They were living in West Bridgewater in the 1840 federal census next door to his father.[321] She died on 5 Nov. 1840 in West Bridgewater,[322] and he remarried to Patty Wood, of Bridgewater, on 1 Dec. 1841 in West Bridgewater.[323] Rhoda was not mentioned in her father’s 1845 will, so it is assumed she had no children.

3. Susanna6 “Susan” D. Hayward, born on 7 July 1810 in Bridgewater,[324] married Capt. Freeman Howard, son of Galen and Sarah (Howard) Howard,[325] of West Bridgewater, in 1832.[326] He was born on 23 Mar. 1803 in West Bridgewater.[327] They were living in West Bridgewater in the 1840,[328] and 1850 federal censuses,[329] where he was a farmer. Daughter Susan D., wife of Freeman Howard, was mentioned in her father’s 1856 will. He committed suicide by hanging, intestate, on 13 May 1867 in West Bridgewater, aged 64 years, 1 month, 19 days.[330] His brother-in-law, Edward W. Hayward, of West Bridgewater, was granted administration of his estate on 27 May 1867.[331] She died a widow on 27 June 1900 in West Bridgewater, aged 89 years, 11 months, 20 days.[332]

4. Edward6 W. Hayward, born on 13 Nov. 1812 in Bridgewater,[333] married Stella E. White, daughter of Alanson and Rebecca (Billings) White, of Easton,[334] on 11 Nov. 1835 in West Bridgewater.[335] She was born in 1818 in Easton, a granddaughter of Adonijah and Keziah5 (Howard) White, of Easton. They were living next door to his parents in West Bridgewater in the 1840 federal census, where he was a farmer,[336] and his parents were living with them in West Bridgewater in the 1850 federal census, where he was a shoemaker, and his surname was recorded as Howard, but his parents as Hayward.[337] He was executor of his father’s estate in 1856, and administrator of his brother-in-law, Freeman Howard’s estate in 1867. He died on 23 May 1892 in West Bridgewater, aged 79 years, 6 months, 10 days, of “senile debility.”[338] She died a widow on 9 Jan. 1899 in West Bridgewater, aged 80 years, 6 months, 24 days, of bronchitis.[339]

5. Vesta6 S. Hayward, born on 18 Apr. 1815 in Bridgewater,[340] married Elijah S. Howard, son of Jesse and Parnel (Snell) Howard,[341] in 1832.[342] He was born on 23 Mar. 1806 in West Bridgewater.[343] They were living in West Bridgewater in the 1850 federal census, where he was a shoemaker.[344] Daughter Vesta S., wife of Elijah S. Howard, was mentioned in her father’s 1856 will. He died on 10 June 1883 in Brockton, MA, aged 77 years, 2 months, 18 days, of “general paralysis.”[345] She died a widow on 5 Oct. 1888 in West Bridgewater, aged 73 years, 5 months, 17 days, of “entero-colitis & senectus.”[346]

         568    vi   Keziah4 Hayward, born on 12 July 1751 in Easton,[347] married Elijah4 Howard, son of Henry3 and Mary4 (Howard) Howard,[348] on 31 Mar. 1768 in Easton.[349] He was born on 6 Sept. 1744 in Bridgewater,[350] and he was the town clerk of Easton for a while. He was living in Easton, MA, in the 1790,[351] 1800,[352] 1810,[353] and 1820 federal censuses,[354] where he was a farmer. He died on 10 July 1831 in Easton, aged 86 years,[355] and she died on 2 Aug. 1836 in Easton, aged 85 years,[356] and they were both buried in the Elijah Howard Cemetery in Easton. They had children:

a. Keziah5 Howard, born on 25 Apr. 1769 in Easton,[357] married Adonijah White, son of John and Martha (Keith) White, of Norton, MA,[358] on 20 Feb. 1794 in Easton.[359] He was born on 3 June 1773 in Raynham, MA.[360] They were living in Easton in the 1800 federal census,[361] but he was not a head of household in Easton in the 1810 federal census, and they moved to Boston after 1812. They were living in Boston in the 1820,[362] and 1830 federal censuses.[363] She died on 9 Sept. 1838 in Boston, aged 69 years, and was buried in Cambridge, MA.[364] He was still living in Boston in the 1840 federal census,[365] and the 1850 federal census, where he was a “varnisher,”[366] and he died on 4 Oct. 1857 in Newton, Middlesex Co., MA, and was buried in Cambridge, MA.[367] They had children:

1. Col. Alanson White, born on 31 Mar. 1793 in Easton,[368] married 1.) Rebecca Billings, of Easton, on 7 July 1814 in Easton.[369] He was a Lieut. Colonel in the Massachusetts Militia, and served as a Private in Capt. Isaac Lothrop’s Company from Easton, and a Sergeant in Capt. Benjamin Brown’s Company at Boston in the War of 1812,[370] then was elected to the Massachusetts Legislature from Easton in 1850.[371] He was not a head of household in Easton in the 1820 federal census, but he was probably the Elanson White living in Easton in the 1830 federal census,[372] and they were living in Easton in the 1840,[373] and 1850 federal censuses, where he was a carpenter.[374] She died on 2 Sept. 1857 in Easton, aged 60 years, of “consumption,”[375] and he remarried to 2.) Mary (Whitten) Williams, of Easton, daughter of William and Hannah Whitten,[376] on 29 Dec. 1860 in Easton.[377] She was born ca. 1818 in Alfred or Hollis, ME,[378] and died on 9 Sept. 1861 in Easton, aged 43 years, 3 months, 19 days, of “phthisis.”[379] He died a widower on 19 Dec. 1883 in Easton, aged 90 years, 8 months, 20 days.[380]

2. Jarvis White, born on 31 July 1795 in Easton,[381] married Mary Stoddard Littlefield,[382] and they settled in North Bridgewater (now Brockton), MA. She was born on 7 Apr. 1819 in Avon, Norfolk Co., MA.[383] They were living in Boston, MA, in the 1850 federal census, where his occupation was given as piano forte.[384] He died on 6 May 1878 in Brockton, aged 82 years, 9 months, 6 days of “strangulated hernia,”[385] and she died a widow on 25 Mar. 1914 in Brockton, MA, aged 94 years, 11 months, 18 days, of “arterio schlerosis.”[386]

3. Stella White, born on 10 Feb. 1798 in Easton,[387] married Luke Lincoln, of Easton, on 6 Apr. 1820 in Easton.[388] They were living in Easton, MA, in the 1820 federal census,[389] but he was not found in the 1830 or 1840 federal census, and they were not found in the 1850 federal census.

4. Simon/Lyman White, born on 8 Mar. 1800 in Easton,[390] married Louisa Bigelow, daughter of David and Louisa Bigelow,[391] on 21 May 1826 in the Hollis Street Church in Boston.[392] She was born on 17 Mar. 1793 in Brattleboro, Windham Co., VT.[393] They were living in Boston, MA, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a “varnisher.”[394] She died on 17 Aug. 1874 in Boston, aged 81 years, 5 months, but was buried in Cambridge, MA,[395] and he died on 8 Jan. 1881 in Boston, aged 81 years, of an “intest obstruction,” and was buried in Cambridge.[396]

5. Zeruer/Zeruah White, a daughter, born on 5 Mar. 1802 in Easton,[397] never married. She was still living with her father in Boston in the 1850 federal census, and she died on 9 May 1853 in Boston, and was buried in Cambridge, MA.[398]

6. Samuel Dexter White, born on 7 Apr. 1804 in Easton,[399] married Abigail R. Wilson, daughter of Samuel and Lydia (Christy) White.[400] She was born ca. 1805 in Boston.[401] He died on 29 June 1836 in Boston, and was buried in Newton, MA.[402] She was living in Boston in the 1850 federal census, with Samuel Wilson, possibly her brother.[403] She died on 7 Nov. 1898 in Barnstable, MA, aged 93 years, 8 months, of “senile decay,” and was also buried in Newton.[404]

7. Henry Mayo White, born on 22 Feb. 1808 in Easton,[405] supposedly married Caroline (___) in ca. 1831.[406] She was born on 30 June 1811 in MA,[407] and they moved to Lancaster, Lancaster Co., PA, in ca. 1849. They were living in Lancaster, Lancaster Co., PA, in the 1850 federal census.[408] He died on 12 Mar. 1872 in Lancaster, PA, aged 64 years,[409] and she died on 23 Oct. 1874 in Lancaster, PA.[410]

8. Mary Howard White, born on 14 Nov. 1812 in Easton,[411] supposedly married John DeHuff on 1 July 1839.[412] She died on 23 Apr. 1843 in Boston, aged 30 years, of “consumption,” and was buried in Cambridge, MA.[413]

b. Irena5 Howard, born on 15 Aug. 1771 in Easton,[414] married Elijah Copeland Jr., son of Elijah and Rhoda (Snell) Copeland,[415] of Easton, on 7 Aug. 1788 in Easton.[416] He was born on 7 Aug. 1766 in Bridgewater,[417] and baptized on 16 Nov. 1766 in West Bridgewater.[418] They were living next door to his father in Easton in the 1800,[419] and 1810 federal censuses,[420] but he was not a head of household in Easton in the 1820 federal census, and they moved to Warren, Worcester Co., MA, before 1830. They were living in Western [now Warren], Worcester Co., MA, in the 1830 federal census,[421] and they were probably living with their son Alvin Copeland in Warren, MA, in the 1840 federal census. She died on 29 June 1848 in Warren, MA, aged 76 years, 10 months, 17 days, of “dropsy,”[422] and he died a widower on 27 or 28 July 1848 in Warren, MA, aged 81 years, 11 months, 19 days, of dysentery.[423] They had children:

1. Sophia Copeland, born on 30 Nov. 1788 in Easton,[424] married Capt. Samuel Wilbur/Wilbore Jr., son of Samuel and Sarah (Gilmore) Wilbore, of Raynham,[425] on 25 Nov. 1812 in Easton,[426] and they lived in Raynham.[427] He was born on 11 Mar. 1787 in Raynham.[428] They were living in Raynham, MA, in the 1830,[429] 1840,[430] and 1850 federal censuses, where he was a farmer.[431] He died testate on 11 Sept. 1866 in Raynham, aged 79 years, 6 months, of “dropsy,”[432] his will dated 20 Aug. 1866, and probated on 19 Oct. 1866, mentioned his daughters Sarah G. Robinson, and Irene H. Harlow, grandsons Samuel W. Robinson and Charles F. Robinson, granddaughters Irene S. Harlow and Adalaid A. Robinson, his wife, and he named his son-in-law Obed Harlow Jr. as executor of his estate. The petition for probate of his will, by Obed Harlow Jr., of Taunton, mentioned his widow Sophia M. Wilber, Irene H. Harlow, wife of the petitioner, and Sarah J. Robinson, wife of Williams D. Robinson, of Raynham, daughters.[433] (See Appendix [D] for a full transcription of his will.) Sophia (Copeland) Wilbur died a widow on 29 Oct. 1870 in Raynham, aged 82 years, 11 months.[434]

2. Josiah Snell Copeland, born on 2 Nov. 1793 in Easton,[435] probably the Josiah S. Copeland of Baltimore who married Cathe Guild, of Easton, in Aug. 1818 in Easton.[436] They were not found in Massachusetts in the censuses, and no death record was found for either of them in Massachusetts.

3. Alvin Copeland, born on 24 Apr. 1797 in Easton,[437] married Cynthia Britton, daughter of Joshua and Cynthia (White) Britton,[438] on 2 July 1820 in Warren, MA.[439] They were living in Warren, Worcester Co., MA, in the 1840,[440] and 1850 federal censuses, where he was a farmer.[441] She died on 1 Feb. 1867 in Warren, MA, aged 70 years, of “dropsy,”[442] and he died a widower on 1 Mar. 1883 in Warren, MA, aged 85 years, 10 months.[443]

c. Elijah Howard (Jr.), born on 20 Sept. 1773 in Easton, died on 5 Oct. 1775 in Easton.[444]

d. Phebe5 Howard, born on 4 Apr. 1776 in Easton,[445] married (3126) Roland5 Howard, of Easton, son of (1245) John4 and Mercy4 (Fobes) Howard, of Bridgewater, on 24 Apr. 1794 in Easton.[446] He was born on 6 Mar. 1769 in Bridgewater,[447] a grandson of Dr. Abiel3 and (422) Silence5 (Washburn) Howard, of Bridgewater. They were living in Easton, MA, in the 1800 federal census,[448] he was probably the Row Howard living in Easton in the 1810 federal census,[449] and they were still living in Easton in the 1820 federal census, where he was a farmer.[450] He died on 3 Apr. 1844 in Easton,[451] and she died a widow on 11 Sept. 1859 in Easton, aged 83 years.[452] (To be continued under his family in Washburn Sixth Generation.)

e. Martha5 Howard, born on 14 July 1778 in Easton,[453] died on 18 Aug. 1818 in Easton.[454]

f. Mary Howard, born on 20 Feb. 1781 in Easton, died on 22 Oct. 1784 in Easton.[455]

g. Olive5 Howard, born on 18 Nov. 1783 in Easton,[456] married Simeon Leonard, son of Abijah and Abigail (Presbrey) Leonard,[457] in 1808.[458] He was born on 25 July 1783 in Mansfield, MA,[459] and he was a wheelwright. They were living in Mansfield, Bristol Co., MA, in the 1840,[460] and 1850 federal censuses, where he had no occupation.[461] He died on 14 Jan. 1855 in Bridgewater, MA, aged 72 years,[462] but was buried in Mansfield,[463] and she died a widow on 28 Sept. 1858 in Bridgewater, aged 74 years, 9 months, of cancer,[464] and was also buried in Mansfield.[465] They had at least 3 children:

1. Olive H. Leonard, born on ca. 15 Sept. 1816 in Mansfield,[466] married Jabez Witherell (Jr.), son of Jabez and Lucy Witherell, of Pembroke, MA, as his second wife, on 9 or 14 Nov. 1847 in Mansfield.[467] He was born on 25 Oct. 1807 in Pembroke,[468] and had married first to Ruth W. White, of Raynham,[469] daughter of Martin and (3334) Pamela7 (Washburn) White, of Middleborough, who died on 15 Nov. 1846 in Bridgewater, aged 35 years.[470] They were living in Dorchester, Norfolk Co., MA, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a “forgeman.”[471] He died on 3 June 1877 in Bridgewater, aged 69 years,[472] and Olive H. (Leonard) Witherell died a widow on 16 Oct. 1884 in Brockton, MA, aged 68 years, 1 month 1 day, of Bright’s disease or typhoid pneumonia.[473]

2. Elijah H. Leonard, born in ca. Feb. 1820,[474] married Louisa C. H. Leonard, daughter of James and Welthy (Smith) Leonard, of Norton,[475] on 1 May 1842 in Norton.[476] She was born on 5 Dec. 1818 in Norton.[477] They were living in Bridgewater, MA, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a farmer.[478] He died on 21 Nov. 1859 in Bridgewater, aged 39 years, 8 months, 22 days, of “scrofula,”[479] and she died a widow on 4 Feb. 1875 in Bridgewater, aged 55 years, of cancer.[480]

3. Samuel Dexter Leonard, born ca. 1823 in Mansfield,[481] married Eunice E. Wilber, daughter of Abiather and Eunice Wilber, of Foxborough,[482] on 11 Oct. 1846 in Mansfield.[483] She was born ca. 1815 in MA.[484] He died on 12 Nov. 1848 in Mansfield, aged 25 years,[485] and she was living with his parents in Mansfield in the 1850 federal census. She remarried to William Booth, of Easton, son of Guilford and Priscilla (Sergeant) Booth, of Middleborough,[486] as his third wife, on 26 Mar. 1851 in Foxborough, MA.[487] He was born on 8 Jan. 1811 in Middleborough,[488] and they were living in Easton, MA, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a farmer.[489] He died on 24 June 1863 in Easton, aged 52 years, 5 months, of “dyspopsie,”[490] and she remarried again to James Britton, of Easton, son of Joshua and Cynthia (White) Britton,[491] on 24 Dec. 1863 in Easton.[492] He was born ca. 1805 in Easton,[493] and died on 19 Oct. 1872 in Easton, aged 67 years, of “humor.”[494] She died a widow on 7 May 1874 in Easton, aged 59 years, 23 days, of diabetes.[495]

4. (Possibly others)

h. Edwin Howard, born on 4 Feb. 1786, died on 7 Apr. 1786 in Easton.[496]

i. Elijah5 Howard (Jr.), born on 30 May 1787 in Easton,[497] married 1.) Lusannah Guild, daughter of Dr. Samuel and Catherine (Leonard) Guild, Esq., of Easton,[498] on 6 May 1810 in Easton.[499] She was born on 27 Aug. 1793 in Easton,[500] and died on 30 Sept. 1818 in Easton.[501] He remarried to 2.) Fidelia Williams, of Easton, on 23 Nov. 1819 in Easton.[502] They were living in Easton, MA, in the 1820 federal census.[503] She died on 15 Apr. 1822 in Easton,[504] and he remarried again to 3.) Nancy Harris Johnson, of Easton, daughter of Jesse and Elizabeth Johnson, of New Hampshire,[505] on 17 Sept. 1823 in Easton.[506] She was born in July 1796 in Enfield, Grafton Co., NH.[507] They were living in Easton, MA, in the 1830,[508] 1840,[509] and 1850 federal censuses, where he was a manufacturer,[510] and the 1860 federal census, where he was a gentleman.[511] He died on 4 July 1874 in Easton, aged 87 years, 1 month, 4 days, of paralysis,[512] and she died a widow on 16 Dec. 1882 in Easton, aged 86 years, 4 months, 29 days, of “dropsy.”[513] He had 3 children by Lusannah Guild, 2 children by Fidelia Williams, and 7 more children by Nancy H. Johnson:

1. Jason6 Guild Howard, born on 4 Jan. 1813 in Easton,[514] married Martha (Bartlett) Brett, of Easton, daughter of Benjamin and Joanna (Manley) Bartlett,[515] and widow of Jonathan Brett, of Roxbury,[516] on 10 May 1838 in Stoughton, MA.[517] She was born ca. 16 Jan. 1810 in Easton.[518] They were living in Easton in the 1840,[519] and 1850 federal censuses, where he was a nailer,[520] and in Braintree, Norfolk Co., MA, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a jack manufacturer.[521] He died on 8 Sept. 1885 in Easton, aged 72 years, 8 months, 4 days, of “oedema of brain,”[522] and she died a widow on 19 Jan. 1898 in Easton, aged 88 years, 3 days, of paralysis.[523]

2. Catherine Leonard Howard, born on 31 May 1815 in Easton,[524] died on 20 Sept. 1818 in Easton.[525]

3. Frederic W. Howard, born on 1 June 1817 in Easton,[526] marriage not found.

4. Davis6 Williams Howard, born on 23 Aug. 1820 in Easton,[527] married 1.) (____), and 2.) Susan M. Fenno, of Braintree, MA, daughter of Jarvis and Susan B. Fenno, on 8 Feb. 1859 in Braintree.[528] She was born ca. 1830 in Boston.[529] He was a manufacturer in Braintree, but they were not found in the 1860 federal census.

5. Elijah Norman Howard, born on 20 Feb. 1822 in Easton, died on 24 Mar. 1825 in Easton.[530]

6. William6 Penn Howard, born on 24 July 1824 in Easton,[531] married Abigail “Abby” H. Wales, daughter of John and Olive (Howard) Wales Jr.,[532] on 27 Nov. 1845 in North Bridgewater.[533] She was born ca. 1825 in MA,[534] and they lived in North Bridgewater, MA, where he was a merchant or trader. They were living in North Bridgewater, MA, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a trader.[535] He died on 30 Aug. 1855 in North Bridgewater, aged 31 years, 9 days, of dysentery,[536] and she was living with her father, John Wales, in North Bridgewater in the 1860 federal census.[537]

7. Catherine Howard, born on 3 Sept. 1827 in Easton, died on 21 June 1831 in Easton.[538]

8. Elizabeth6 Harris Howard, born on 9 Apr. 1829 in Easton,[539] married DeWitt Clinton Lothrop, son of Howard and Sally (Williams) Lothrop, of Easton,[540] on 31 Oct. 1847 in Easton.[541] He was born on 21 Feb. 1825 in Easton.[542] They were living with his parents in Easton in the 1850 federal census, where he was a farmer.[543] He died intestate in 1851 in Easton, and his widow Elizabeth H. Lothrop and Cyrus Lothrop 2d, of Easton, were granted administration of his estate on 2 Sept. 1851, with Howard Lothrop and Elijah Howard as sureties.[544] She was living in Easton in the 1860 federal census.[545] She died a widow on 17 Jan. 1896 in Easton, aged 66 years, 9 months, 8 days, of “consumption.”[546]

9. Henry Franklin Howard, born on 29 May 1831, died on 2 Oct. 1832 in Easton.[547]

10. Ellen Jeannette Howard, born on 13 May 1833 in Easton,[548] marriage not found. She supposedly died in 1924.[549]

11. Henry H. Howard, born on 21 Aug. 1835 in Easton,[550] marriage not found. He supposedly died in 1898.[551]

12. Nancy Jane Howard, born on 5 July 1837 in Easton,[552] died on 30 Sept. 1847 in Easton.[553]

j. Edwin5 Howard, born on 9 Apr. 1790 in Easton,[554] married Lucy Brett, daughter of Calvin and Mary (Guild) Brett, of Easton,[555] on 6 Oct. 1813 in Easton.[556] She was born on 29 Nov. 1792 in Easton.[557] They were probably living next door to his father in Easton in the 1820 federal census,[558] his parents were probably living with them in Easton in the 1830 federal census,[559] and they were living in Easton in the 1840,[560] 1850,[561] and 1860 federal censuses,[562] where he was a farmer. She died on 28 Apr. 1863 in Easton, aged 70 years, 5 months, of “consumption,”[563] and he died on 1 Apr. 1877 in Easton, aged 86 years, 11 months, 23 days, of paralysis.[564] They had children:

1. Sarah6 Howard, born on 7 Dec. 1813 in Easton,[565] married Eliphalet S. Howard, of Easton, on 28 Sept. 1834 in Easton.[566] He was born on 7 Mar. 1810 in NY.[567] They were living in Easton in the 1840,[568] 1850,[569] and 1860 federal censuses,[570] where he was a carpenter. He died on 7 May 1887 in Taunton, MA, aged 77 years, of “erysipelas.”[571]

2. Susanna/Susan6 B. Howard, born on 6 Oct. 1817 in Easton,[572] never married. She was still unmarried and living with her parents in Easton in the 1850 federal census, and she died on 21 Feb. 1860 in Easton, aged 42 years, of a “humor.”[573]

3. Edwin6 Dwelly Howard, born on 17 Feb. 1830 in Easton,[574] was still unmarried and living with his parents in Easton in the 1860 federal census, a school teacher. He married Sarah A. Hunt, of Norton, daughter of Calvin M. and Lavina (Pratt) Hunt,[575] on 1 Dec. 1863 in Norton.[576] He died on 23 Jan. 1908 in Easton, aged 77 years, 11 months, 6 days, of “shock following fracture of several bones by railroad accident about 3 hours.”[577]

k. Ethan5 Howard, born on 31 July 1792 in Easton,[578] married 1.) Julia Packard, daughter of Cyrus and Keziah (Kingman) Packard, of North Bridgewater, on 5 Dec. 1814 in North Bridgewater.[579] They were probably also living next door to his father in Easton in the 1820 federal census.[580] She was born on 27 July 1795 in North Bridgewater,[581] and died on 12 Nov. 1829 in North Bridgewater, aged 34 years.[582] He remarried to 2.) Julia Maria White, of Norton, daughter of George and Deborah (Leonard) White, of Easton,[583] on 19 June 1836 in Raynham, MA.[584] She was born on 19 May 1814 in Easton,[585] and they were living in Raynham, MA, in the 1840,[586] and 1850 federal censuses, where he was a farmer.[587] He died intestate on 21 Feb. 1853 in Raynham, MA, aged 60 years, of a fever,[588] but was buried in Easton,[589] and his widow Julia M. Howard was granted administration of his estate on 8 June 1855, with Samuel Wilber and Seth D. Wilber, both of Raynham, as sureties.[590] She remarried to Otis Holmes, of Raynham, on 7 June 1857 in Taunton.[591] He was born ca. 1813 in MA,[592] and they were living in Raynham, MA, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a laborer.[593] He died on 23 Nov. 1886 in Taunton, aged 74 years, 10 days, of “consumption,”[594] and she died a widow on 6 Nov. 1902 in Raynham, aged 88 years, 5 months, 10 days, of cancer.[595] He had 3 children by Julia Maria White:

1. Ethan6 A. Howard, born ca. 1837 in Norton,[596] married 1.) Sarah F. Simmons, daughter of Thomas and Clarissa Simmons, of Raynham, on 23 Sept. 1858 in Raynham,[597] but she died on 20 Mar. 1859 in Raynham, aged 23 years, 4 months, of “consumption,”[598] and he remarried to 2.) Harriet Eliza Farnham, of Raynham, daughter of Jefferson and Caroline (Wilson) Farnham, of Taunton,[599] on 13 Jan. 1860 in Raynham.[600] She was born ca. 1835,[601] and baptized on 3 June 1838 in Taunton.[602] They were living in Raynham in the 1860 federal census, where he was a shoemaker, and his first wife’s mother was living with them.[603] He died on 5 Mar. 1874 in Raynham, aged 36 years, 7 months, 18 days, of scarlet fever.[604]

2. Julia6 M. Howard, born on 9 June 1839 in Norton,[605] married Luroy W. Pratt, son of Alpheus and Sarah F. (Gerald) Pratt (Jr.), of Raynham,[606] on 28 Oct. 1858 in Raynham.[607] He was born on 18 Mar. 1841 in Raynham,[608] and they were living in Raynham in the 1860 federal census, where he was a shoemaker.[609] He died on 9 Mar. 1921 in Taunton, MA,[610] and she died on 23 Feb. 1926 in Taunton,[611] and they were both buried in Mayflower Hill Cemetery in Taunton.

3. Mary6 Ann Howard, born on 16 Feb. 1844 in Easton,[612] married George Oscar Goddard, son of William and Lodisa W. (Guello) Goddard,[613] on 21 June 1866 in Raynham.[614] He was born on 12 Mar. 1838 in Gill, MA,[615] and died on 16 Jan. 1902 in Brockton, MA, aged 63 years, 10 months, 4 days, of nephritis, Bright’s disease.[616] She died a widow on 31 Mar. 1913 in Brockton, aged 69 years, 1 month, 15 days, of a cerebral hemorrhage,[617] and they were both buried in Mayflower Hill Cemetery in Taunton.

l. Jason Howard, born on 18 Nov. 1795 in Easton, died on 23 Jan. 1797 in Easton.[618]

         569   vii   Joseph4 Hayward, born on 1 July 1753 in Easton,[619] possibly the Joseph Hayward, of Easton, who married 1.) Elizabeth Smith, of Taunton, on 6 Sept. 1774 in Taunton,[620] and 2.) Lydia Barrow, daughter of Elisha and Nelly (Lumbard) Barrow, of Rochester, MA,[621] on 24 Jan. 1781 in Rochester.[622] She was born on 15 Feb. 1761 in Rochester.[623] He was not listed as a head of household as Joseph Hayward in Easton, MA, in the 1790, 1800, or 1810 federal censuses, but he may have been the Joseph Howard living in Easton in the 1800,[624] and 1810 federal censuses,[625] he was probably the male over 45 living with his son Joseph Hayward Jr. in Easton in the 1820 federal census, and he was probably the Joseph Howard living in Easton next door to his daughter-in-law Esther Howard in the 1830 federal census.[626] He served in the Revolutionary War as a Private from Easton in Capt. Abiel Mitchell’s Company in 1775,[627] and possibly served other duties.[628] He died testate on 12 Feb. 1843 in Easton, aged 89 years,[629] his will dated 30 July 1836, with a codicil dated 7 May 1841, and probated on 7 Mar. 1843, mentioned his wife Lydia, granddaughter Mary Roena Angier, sons Ansel Hayward and Elisha Hayward, daughters Sophia and Lydia, son G. Washington, granddaughter Lydia L., daughter of son Ansel, sons Edward T. Hayward and Rotheus Hayward, his interest in the firm Elijah Hayward & Co., heirs of his son Joseph Hayward, deceased, namely Joseph E., Samuel K., William R., George A., Minerva, Esther, Asenath and Lucy, heirs of his daughter Lucy Reed, deceased, namely Rotheus H. Reed, Lucy Drake, and the children of Lydia H. Peck, and he named his son George W. Hayward as executor of his estate.[630] (See Appendix [E] for a full transcription of his will.) Lydia (Barrow) Hayward died a widow on 11 Jan. 1844 in Easton, aged 81 years,[631] and they were both buried in Pine Grove Cemetery in Easton. He had children by Lydia Barrow:

a. Rotheus Hayward, born on 17 Oct. 1781 in Easton,[632] marriage not found.

b. Lucy5 Hayward, born on 8 July 1783 in Easton,[633] married Maj. Noah Reed, son of Abijah and Sarah (Bates) Reed, of Abington, MA,[634] on 5 May 1803 in Easton.[635] He was born on 22 July 1780 in Abington, MA.[636] He served as a Private in Capt. Joseph Watson’s Company from Rehoboth, then Captain of a Company from Taunton and Easton in Lt. Col. Benjamin Lincoln’s Regiment during the War of 1812,[637] and was supposedly promoted to the rank of Major.[638] They were living in Easton, MA, in the 1810 federal census.[639] He died testate on 22 July 1817 in Easton,[640] his will dated 8 Jan. 1817, and probated on 4 Mar. 1817, mentioned his wife Lucy Reed, son Rotheus, and two daughters Lucy and Lydia Howe, and he named his brother-in-law, Joseph Hayward Jr. as executor of his estate.[641] (See Appendix [F] for a full transcription of his will.) Lucy Reed, widow, was appointed as guardian of Lucy Reed, Rotheus H. Reed, and Lydia H. Reed, minors under the age of 14 years, children and heirs of Noah Reed, late of Easton, Yeoman, on 5 Aug. 1817, with Joseph Hayward and Joseph Hayward Junr., of Easton, as sureties.[642] She died on 11 July 1819 in Easton, aged 36 years,[643] and they were both buried in the Isaac Lothrop Cemetery in Easton. Jonathan Pratt, of Easton, was appointed as guardian of Lucy Reed, Rotheus Reed, and Lydia H. Reed, all under the age of 14 years and children of Lucy Reed, late of Easton, widow, on 3 Aug. 1819, with Joseph Hayward and Joseph Hayward Jun., both of Easton, as sureties.[644] They had children:

1. (A son), born say ca. 1804 in Easton.[645]

2. Lucy Reed, born on 24 Jan. 1807 in Easton,[646] her widowed mother was appointed as her guardian on 5 Aug. 1817, then Jonathan Pratt, of Easton, was appointed as her guardian after her mother died, on 3 Aug. 1819, and she married Ebenezer Drake, son of Nathan and Jane Drake, of Stoughton, on 18 Feb. 1830 in Easton.[647] He was born in ca. Feb. 1803 in Sharon, MA.[648] They were living in Stoughton, MA, in the 1840,[649] 1850,[650] and 1860 federal censuses,[651] where he was a farmer. She died on 30 Oct. 1876 in Stoughton, aged 69 years, 9 months, 6 days, of “consumption,”[652] and he died a widower on 18 Aug. 1885 in Stoughton, aged 82 years, 5 months, 23 days, of “septicaemia.”[653]

3. Rotheus H. Reed, born in ca. Aug. 1811 in Easton,[654] his widowed mother was appointed as his guardian on 5 Aug. 1817, then Jonathan Pratt, of Easton, was appointed as his guardian after his mother died, on 3 Aug. 1819, and he married 1.) Ruhamah F. Howard, daughter of Lt. Alfred and Hannah (Hartwell) Howard, of West Bridgewater,[655] on 18 Sept. 1831 in West Bridgewater.[656] She was born on 24 Apr. 1813 in West Bridgewater,[657] and they were living in Easton, MA, in the 1840 federal census, where he was a farmer.[658] She died on 30 Nov. 1845 in Easton, aged 32 years, of “consumption,”[659] and he remarried to 2.) Mercy Doten Lewis, of Easton, daughter of Samuel and Hannah (Doten) Lewis, of Plymouth,[660] on 6 Mar. 1848 in Plymouth, MA.[661] She was born on 13 July 1818 in Plymouth.[662] They were living in Easton, MA, in the 1850,[663] and 1860 federal censuses,[664] where he was a farmer. He died on 15 May 1884 in Easton, aged 72 years, 9 months, 19 days, of heart disease,[665] and she died a widow on 24 Sept. 1900 in Attleborough, MA, aged 82 years, 2 months, 12 days.[666]

4. Lydia Howe Reed, her widowed mother was appointed as her guardian on 5 Aug. 1817, then Jonathan Pratt, of Easton, was appointed as her guardian after her mother died, on 3 Aug. 1819.

c. Lydia Hayward, born on 21 June 1785 in Easton,[667] died on 9 Jan. 1800 in Easton,[668] and was buried in Pine Grove Cemetery in Easton.

d. Joseph5 Hayward (Jr.), born on 13 July 1787 in Easton,[669] married Esther Ripley, daughter of Samuel and Esther (Randall) Ripley, of Easton on 25 Oct. 1810 in Easton.[670] She was born on 9 Nov. 1784 in Easton,[671] a granddaughter of Robert and (598) Hannah5 (Kinsley) Ripley, of Easton. They were living in Easton, MA, in the 1820 federal census.[672] He died testate on 26 Feb. 1825 in Easton,[673] his will dated 2 Feb. 1825, and probated on 4 Mar. 1825, mentioned his wife Esther, his three sons Joseph Eldrige, Samuel Kinsley and William Reed, his four daughters Minerva, Esther, Asenath, and Lucy, and the child his wife was now pregnant with, and he named his brother Daniel Hayward as executor of his estate, but Daniel died without completing the administration, and his father requested that Jonathan Pratt, of Easton, be granted administration de bonis non with will annexed, which was approved on 1 Jan. 1828. His widow, Esther Hayward, of Easton, as guardian to Asenath, Samuel K., William R., Lucy, and George A. Hayward, and his children Minerva, Joseph E., and Esther Hayward, all petitioned for a division of the estate of their father, Joseph Hayward Junr., late of Easton, on 27 Feb. 1836. John Selee, Isaac Lothrop, and Barnard Alger were appointed to divide the real estate of Joseph Hayward, late of Easton, among the heirs on 1 Mar. 1836.[674] (See Appendix [G] for a full transcription of his will.) She was probably the Esther Howard living in Easton in the 1830 federal census,[675] the Esther Hayward in Easton in the 1840 federal census,[676] and she was living in the house of her son-in-law John H. Gushee in Easton in the 1850 federal census.[677] She died a widow on 5 Apr. 1860 in Easton, aged 75 years, 5 months,[678] and they were both buried in Pine Grove Cemetery in Easton. They had children:

1. Minerva6 Hayward, born on 11 Aug. 1811 in Easton,[679] married Dr. John Hathaway Gushee, son of Seth and Rachel (Hathaway) Gushee, of Raynham,[680] on 3 Oct. 1848 in Easton.[681] He was born on 30 Nov. 1810 in Raynham,[682] and he was a physician and farmer. They were living next door to her uncle, George W. Hayward, in Easton, MA, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a physician, and her mother and brother George A. Hayward were living with in the house with them,[683] and they were living in Easton in the 1860 federal census.[684] She died on 22 July 1862 in Easton, aged 50 years, 11 months, 11 days, of “gastro entrites,” and was buried in Pine Grove Cemetery in Easton.[685] He remarried to Salome Humphrey Rogers, daughter of Alden and Adeline (Humphrey) Rogers, of Marshfield, MA,[686] on 4 Dec. 1866 in Norton, MA.[687] She was born on 10 Mar. 1832 in Marshfield.[688] He died on 11 Feb. 1895 in Raynham, MA, aged 84 years, 2 months, 12 days, of “choking by food,” and was buried in Pleasant Street Cemetery in Raynham.[689] She died a widow on 4 July 1912 in Raynham, aged 80 years, of acute gastritis.[690]

2. Joseph6 Eldridge Hayward, born on 26 Apr. 1813 in Easton,[691] married 1.) Nancy T. Bird, of Easton, on 29 Sept. 1836 in Easton.[692] She was born in ca. 1817,[693] and died on 1 Nov. 1844 in Easton, aged 27 years, of “consumption,”[694] but he was not a head of household in Easton, MA, in the 1840 federal census. He supposedly remarried to 2.) Betsey H. (Drake) Deans, daughter of Jacob and Hosannah Drake, on 18 Sept. 1846 in Easthampton, MA.[695] She was born ca. 1814,[696] and died on 15 July 1852 in Easton, aged 38 years, of “consumption.”[697] They may have been living in Providence, RI, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a moulder.[698] He supposedly remarried again to 3.) Sophia S. Jencks, daughter of William and Sophia Jencks, on 18 Sept. 1854 in Springfield, MA.[699] She was born supposedly in 1812.[700] They were living in Northbridge, Worcester Co., MA, in the 1860 federal census.[701] He died on 11 July 1884 in RI, aged 71 years,[702] and she died a widow on 21 Jan. 1890 in RI, aged 77 years,[703] and they were all buried in Pine Grove Cemetery in Easton, MA.

3. Esther6 Hayward, born on 18 Jan. 1815 in Easton,[704] married Weston Simmons, of North Bridgewater, son of Hezekiah and Lydia (Weston) Simmons, of Kingston,[705] in 1842 in Easton.[706] He was born on 15 July 1811 in Kingston,[707] and they were living in North Bridgewater, MA, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a blacksmith,[708] and the 1860 federal census, where he was the overseer at the Alms House.[709] He died on 20 Jan. 1883 in Brockton, aged 71 years, 6 months, 5 days, of chronic bronchitis,[710] and she died a widow on 6 Mar. 1897 in Brockton, aged 82 years, 1 month, 15 days, of “heart failure due to exhaustion and weakness.”[711]

4. Asenath6 Hayward, born on 29 Nov. 1816 in Easton,[712] married Daniel Sumner, of Easton, as his second wife, on 11 June 1844 in Easton.[713] He had married first to Rachel Smith, of Easton, on 21 Oct. 1837 in Easton.[714] They were not found in the 1850 federal census in Easton, and no death or probate record was found for him in Massachusetts from 1850 to 1860, but she was living with the family of Thomas and Lucy H. Howard in Easton in the 1860 federal census.[715] No death record was found for her in Massachusetts.

5. Samuel6 Kinsley Hayward, born on 18 Nov. 1818 in Easton,[716] married Ann Maria Crosby, of Fall River, MA, daughter of George and Elizabeth (Waldron) Crosby,[717] on 10 June 1841 in Easton.[718] She was born on 22 July 1822 in Fall River.[719] They were not found in Easton in the 1850 federal census, but they were living in Easton, MA, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a carpenter.[720] He died on 10 Mar. 1889 in Easton, aged 70 years, 4 [sic] months, 5 [sic] days, of “schirhus,”[721] and she died a widow on 12 May 1899 in Easton, aged 76 years, 9 months, 20 days, of “hypertrophy of heart,”[722] and they were both buried in Pine Grove Cemetery in Easton.

6. William6 Reed Hayward, born on 11 Sept. 1820 in Easton,[723] married Mary W. Pratt, daughter of Daniel and Elizabeth8 Straw (Washburn) Pratt, of Peterborough, Hillsborough Co., NH, on 15 Oct. 1844 in Peterborough, NH. She was born in ca. 1926 in Peterborough, NH,[724] a granddaughter of (2582) Calvin7 and Sally (Straw) Washburn, of Peterborough, NH.[725] They were living in Peterborough, Hillsborough Co., NH, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a farmer.[726] He died on 17 Mar. 1888 in Newton, MA, aged 67 years, 6 months, 6 days, of heart disease,[727] and she died on 23 July 1888 in Newton, aged 62 years, 7 months, 23 days, of “congestion of liver,”[728] and they were both buried in Pine Grove Cemetery in Easton.

7. Lucy6 Hayward, born on 25 Feb. 1822 in Easton,[729] married 1.) Nahum Mitchell Drake, son of Joel and Lusannah (Williams) Drake,[730] on 11 June 1844 in Easton.[731] He was born on 28 Sept. 1820 in Easton,[732] and died on 21 Aug. 1844 in Easton, aged 24 years, of a fever.[733] She remarried to 2.) Thomas Howard (Jr.), son of Thomas and Delia Howard, on 1 Apr. 1850 in Easton.[734] He was born in Apr. 1826 in MA.[735] They were living in Easton, MA, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a farmer.[736] She died on 31 July 1861 in Easton, aged 39 years, 5 months, 6 days, of “garbrites ulceration of stomach,”[737] and he died on 10 Apr. 1905,[738] and they were both buried in Pine Grove Cemetery in Easton.

8. George6 Adoniram Hayward, born on 18 Apr. 1825 in Easton,[739] was still unmarried and living with his mother in Easton, MA, in the 1850 federal census, a farmer, and was living in North Bridgewater as a farm laborer in the Alms House run by his brother-in-law Weston Simmons in the 1860 federal census.[740]

e. Anselm “Ansel” Hayward, born on 17 May 1789 in Easton,[741] marriage not found, but he was mentioned in his father’s 1836 will.

f. Dr. Elisha5 Hayward, born on 26 June 1791 in Easton,[742] married Betsy Townsend, daughter of Job and Peace Townsend, of Middleborough, on 18 Jan. 1821 in Middleborough.[743] She was born on 5 Apr. 1796 in Middleborough.[744] They were living in Raynham, MA, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a physician,[745] and the 1860 federal census.[746] He died intestate on 16 Mar. 1868 in Raynham, MA, aged 76 years, 8 months, 19 days, of pneumonia,[747] and his son Elisha A. Hayward, of Raynham, was granted administration of his estate on 17 Apr. 1868, with Samuel Jones and Joseph W. White as sureties. The petition mentioned the widow Betsey Hayward, daughter Elizabeth Hayward, wife of Lucius Hayward, daughter Rowena A. White, wife of Joseph W. White, son Elisha A. Hayward, son Daniel Hayward, daughter Martha J. Cobb, wife of George E. Cobb, and Everett M. Lothrop, a minor son of late daughter Mary A. Lothrop.[748] Betsey (Townsend) Hayward died a widow on 5 Dec. 1886 in Raynham, aged 90 years, 8 months, of senile debility.[749] They had children:

1. Lucinda Hayward, born on 26 Oct. 1821, died on 5 Dec. 1821 in Raynham.[750]

2. Elizabeth Hayward, born on 24 May 1823 in Raynham,[751] married Lucius Hayward before the 1868 probate of her father’s estate.

3. Mary6 Ann Hayward, born on 21 May 1825 in Raynham,[752] married Melvin Otis Lothrop, son of Solomon and Fanny (Chace) Lothrop (Jr.), of Norton,[753] in ca. 1850.[754] He was born on 24 Jan. 1820 in Norton.[755] She died before the 1868 probate of her father’s estate.

4. Rowena6 Hayward, born ca. 1830 in Raynham,[756] married Joseph W. White, of Raynham, son of Isaac R. White, in ca. 1853.[757] He was born ca. 1825 in Westmoreland, NH.[758] They were living in Raynham, MA, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a shoemaker.[759]

5. Elisha6 A. Hayward, born ca. 1832 in Raynham,[760] was still unmarried and living with his parents in Raynham in the 1860 federal census, a shoemaker. He was administrator of his father’s estate in 1868.

6. Daniel6 W. Hayward, born ca. 1834 in Raynham,[761] was still unmarried and living with his parents in Raynham in the 1860 federal census, a shoemaker.

7. Martha6 Jane Hayward, born ca. 1835 in Raynham,[762] married George E. Cobb, of Raynham, son of Heman and Adeline Cobb, in 1860.[763] He was born ca. 1834 in MA.[764] They were living with her parents in Raynham in the 1860 federal census, where he was a shoemaker.

g. Roena Hayward, a daughter, born on 17 June 1793 in Easton,[765] marriage not found.

h. Sophia5 Hayward, born on 1 June 1795 in Easton,[766] married Capt. Jonathan Pratt, son of Deacon Caleb and Olive (Packard) Pratt, of Easton,[767] on 4 Dec. 1817 in Easton.[768] He was born on 3 May 1792 in Easton.[769] They were living in Easton, MA, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a farmer.[770] She died on 26 Dec. 1851 in Easton, aged 56 years, of “consumption,”[771] and he remarried to Elizabeth W. (___). He intestate died on 23 Dec. 1862 in Easton, aged 70 years, 7 months, 20 days, of typhoid fever,[772] and was buried with his first wife in Pine Grove Cemetery in Easton. His widow, Elizabeth W. Pratt, declined the administration on 12 Jan. 1863, and his son Jonathan A. Pratt, of Easton, was granted administration of his estate on 6 Nov. 1863, with Horace M. Pool and George W. Hayward, both of Easton, as sureties. The petition named his widow Elisabeth W. Pratt, and children Jonathan A. Pratt, of Easton, a son, Hiram A. Pratt, of Raynham, a son, Martin A. Pratt, of Spring Prairie, Walworth Co., WI, a son, Shepherd L. Pratt, of West Bridgewater, a son, and Daniel H. Pratt, of Easton, a son.[773] They had children:

1. Jonathan Avery Pratt, born on 22 Nov. 1818 in Easton,[774] married Elizabeth S. White. She was born on 5 Aug. 1818, and died on 24 July 1867 in Easton, aged 48 years, 11 months, 19 days.[775] He was administrator of his father’s estate in 1864. He died on 1 Feb. 1886 in Easton, aged 67 years, 2 months, 10 days,[776] and they were both buried in Pine Grove Cemetery in Easton.

2. Hiram Augustus Pratt, born on 4 Mar. 1820 in Easton,[777] died on 13 Aug. 1824 in Easton.[778]

3. Olive Jane Pratt, born on 6 Mar. 1823 in Easton,[779] died on 2 Sept. 1824 in Easton.[780]

4. Hiram Augustus Pratt, born on 12 Aug. 1826 in Easton,[781] was still unmarried and living with his parents in Easton in the 1850 federal census, a teacher, married 1.) Mary D. Williams, daughter of Lewis Williams, of Easton, on 3 June 1855 in Easton.[782] She was born ca. 1830, and died on 21 May 1860 in Easton, aged 30 years, 14 days, of “phthisis.”[783] He remarried to 2.) Louise C. Dean, daughter of Charles and Lydia (Wilbur) Dean, of Easton,[784] on 1 Jan. 1862 in Boston.[785] She was born on 22 Nov. 1835 in Easton.[786] He died on 20 May 1899 in Easton, aged 72 years, 9 months, 8 days, of “fatty degeneration of heart,”[787] and she died a widow on 15 Jan. 1903 in Somerville, MA, aged 67 years, 1 months, 24 days, of “a complication of heart and kidney disease and a malignant growth,”[788] and they were all buried in Pine Grove Cemetery in Easton.

5. Martin Vincent Pratt, born on 10 Nov. 1828 in Easton,[789] was still unmarried and living with his parents in Easton in the 1850 federal census, a teacher, moved to Spring Prairie, WI, but returned to Massachusetts by 1869, and married Eveline E. Holmes, of Hyde Park, Norfolk Co., MA, daughter of Christopher P. and Maranda D. Holmes, on 31 Mar. 1869 in Hyde Park, MA.[790] She was born ca. 1841 in Anson, ME.[791]

6. Shepard/Shepherd L. Pratt, born on 8 Oct. 1830 in Easton,[792] married 1.) Huldah Tinkham, daughter of Oren and Achsah (Townsend) Tinkham,[793] on 27 Nov. 1851 in Easton.[794] She was born ca. 1830 in Anson, ME,[795] and died on19 June 1878 in West Bridgewater, MA, aged 47 years, 8 months, 13 days, of “cancerous humor.”[796] He remarried to 2.) Carrie E. Williams, daughter of Charles D. and Susan (Thomson) Williams, of Easton,[797] on 12 Nov. 1879 in Easton.[798] She was born on 17 July 1853 in Easton.[799] He died on 11 Jan. 1898 in Newton, MA, aged 67 years, 3 months, 2 days, of apoplexy.[800]

7. Daniel H. Pratt, born on 4 June 1833 in Easton,[801] married Sarah E. Peckham, of West Bridgewater, daughter of Henry and Lydia Peckham, on 23 Nov. 1862 in West Bridgewater.[802] She was born ca. 1839 in Middleborough.[803]

i. Edward Tupper Hayward, born on 27 Feb. 1799 in Easton,[804] marriage not found, but he was mentioned in his father’s will in 1836.

j. Lt. Daniel5 Hayward, born on 23 Sept. 1801 in Easton,[805] was executor of the will of his brother Joseph Hayward Jr., of Easton, in 1825, but he died on 23 July 1827 in Easton, aged 25 years,[806] unmarried, without completing the administration, and was buried in Pine Grove Cemetery in Easton, but no probate records were filed for his estate in Bristol Co., MA.

k. Lydia5 Hayward, born on 9 Apr. 1805 in Easton,[807] possibly the Lydia Hayward of Easton who married James A. Tolman, of North Bridgewater, in 1826.[808] She may have been the Lydia H. Tolman whose death on 6 June 1845 in Kane, Green Co., IL, was recorded in North Bridgewater, MA.[809]

l. Capt. George5 Washington Hayward, born on 11 June 1807 in Easton,[810] married Sylvia S. Pratt, probably daughter of Joshua and Sylvia (Smith) Pratt, of Easton, in ca. 1833. She was born on 10 Feb. 1812.[811] He was executor of his father’s estate in 1843. They were living in Easton, next door to Dr. John H. Gushee, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a farmer.[812] He died on 30 Mar. 1880 in Easton,[813] and she died on 25 Nov. 1887 in Easton, aged 75 years, 9 months, 15 days,[814] and they were both buried in Pine Grove Cemetery in Easton. They had children:

1. Georgiana6 Maria Hayward, born on 20 Nov. 1835 in Easton,[815] married John Richard Hunt, of Easton, son of Jerome E. Hunt, of Boston, on 19 Apr. 1855 in Easton.[816] He was born on 2 Apr. 1835 in Boston.[817] She died on 17 July 1899 in Easton, aged 63 years, 7 months, 22 days,[818] and he died on 29 Jan. 1910 in Easton,[819] and they were both buried in Pine Grove Cemetery in Easton.

2. Edward6 Russell Hayward, born on 17 Jan. 1837 in Easton,[820] married Caroline L. Belcher, daughter of Daniel and Caroline T. Belcher, of Easton, on 3 Jan. 1861 in Easton.[821] She was born on 30 July 1842 in Easton,[822] and died in 1897, aged 55 years, 3 months, 17 days.[823] He died on 13 Oct. 1915 in Easton,[824] they were both buried in Pine Grove Cemetery in Easton.

3. Maj. Joseph6 Warren Hayward, born on 11 July 1841 in Easton,[825] married Lemira Harris Drake, daughter of Capt. John Randolph and Lemira Harris (Dailey) Drake.[826] She was born on 10 Nov. 1838 in Easton,[827] and died on 9 Oct. 1904 in Taunton.[828] He served in the Civil War as an Assistant Surgeon in the Union Army, and died on 21 Nov. 1905 in Taunton,[829] and they were both buried in Pine Grove Cemetery in Easton.

         570  viii   Solomon4 Hayward, born on 2 Aug. 1755 in Easton,[830] married Martha Burr, daughter of Jonathan and Martha (Cudworth) Burr, of Bridgewater,[831] on 28 June 1779 in Easton.[832] She was born on 21 Sept. 1761 in Bridgewater,[833] and they had at least one son:

a. Edward Hayward, born on 10 Apr. 1783 in Easton,[834] marriage not found.

 

 

(151.) Sarah4 Kinsley, second daughter of (62) Mary3 Washburn, (43) John2 (5th), (28) John1 (4th); born presumably in Bridgewater, Massachusetts Colony, in ca. 1691,[835] married Josiah4 Hayward, son of Nathaniel3 and Elisabeth (Crossman) Hayward (Jr.), of East Bridgewater,[836] on 19 July 1715 in Bridgewater.[837] He was born on 1 Mar. 1688/9 in Bridgewater,[838] a grandson of Nathaniel2 and Hannah2 (Willis) Hayward.[839] On 7 Nov. 1733 Josiah Hayward, and wife Sarah, sold to Edward Hayward, Gentleman, of Easton, “all rights in lands of Samuel Kinsley, late of Easton.”[840]

         Sarah (Kinsley) Hayward died on 14 May 1738 in Bridgewater, aged 46 years,[841] and Josiah Hayward remarried to Sarah (Prior) Moore, daughter of John and Bethiah (Allen) Prior, and widow of Theodosius Moore, of East Bridgewater,[842] on 11 Oct. 1738 in East Bridgewater.[843]

         Josiah Hayward died testate on 4 Feb. 1764 in Bridgewater, aged 75 years.[844] His will was dated 14 June 1759 and probated 2 June 1764, mentioned his wife, Sarah, sons Josiah and Nathan Hayward, and daughters Sarah Hayward and Hannah Hayward. Son Nathan Hayward was named as his executor, and inherited his home farm and all outdoor and indoor moveable estate. Witnesses were Thomas Mitchell, Nehemiah Latham, and Arthur Latham, and Josiah signed his will by a mark.[845] (See Appendix [H] for a full transcription of his will.) Sarah (Prior) (Moore) Hayward died on 20 Apr. 1768 in Bridgewater.[846]

         Sarah Kinsley and Josiah Hayward had children:[847]

         571      i   (Unnamed child), born on 26 Oct. 1715,[848] died on 12 Nov. 1715 in Bridgewater.[849]

         572     ii   Josiah5 Hayward (Jr.), born on 13 Apr. 1717 in Bridgewater,[850] married 1.) (478) Mary Perkins, daughter of Thomas and (132) Mary4 (Washburn) Perkins, of Bridgewater,[851] on 11 Feb. 1741/2 in Bridgewater.[852] She was born on 10 Jan. 1717/18 in Bridgewater,[853] a granddaughter probably of (59) Joseph3 and Hannah3 (Latham) Washburn. She died on 17 May 1756 in Bridgewater,[854] and he was appointed as guardian of his children Lois and Sarah Hayward, in right of their grandfather Thomas Perkins, of Bridgewater, on 28 Aug. 1765.[855] He remarried to 2.) Mary Dunham on 16 Nov. 1756 in Bridgewater.[856] She also died, on 2 June 1761 in Bridgewater,[857] and he remarried again to 3.) Dinah Muxham, daughter of Edmund Muxham, of Plympton, on 22 Sept. 1768 in Middleborough.[858] On 27 June 1783 Josiah Hayward, cordwainer, and wife Dinah, sold to Jabez Muxham, John Muxham, Jr., and Thomas Muxham, their right in the estate of Edmund Muxham, of Plympton, “who was honored father of the said Dinah.”[859] A Josiah Hayward was listed as a head of household in Middleborough, MA, in the 1790 federal census.[860] Josiah Hayward (Jr.) died on 21 Dec. 1797 in Bridgewater, “old,”[861] but no probate records were filed for his estate. Dinah (Muxham) Hayward died on 4 Dec. 1822 in Bridgewater, aged 75 years.[862] (See Washburn Fifth Generation for his children by Mary Perkins.) Josiah Hayward (Jr.) had supposedly 9 more children by Mary Dunham and Dinah Muxham,[863] order uncertain:

a. Hepzibah6 “Hepza” Hayward, married Lt. Rotheus5 Mitchell, son of Seth4 and Ann (Latham) Mitchell,[864] on 3 Apr. 1783 in East Bridgewater.[865] He was born on 9 Mar. 1753 in Bridgewater,[866] a grandson of Thomas3 and Elizabeth (Kingman) Mitchell.[867] He served in the Revolutionary War as a Private in Capt. Robert Orr’s Company in 1776, then as an Ensign in Capt. Jacob Allen’s Company in 1778, and as a Lieutenant in Col. John Bailey’s Regiment, in 1779-1780.[868] They were living in Bridgewater, MA, in the 1790 federal census,[869] and then moved to Lyme, Grafton Co., NH, where they were living in the 1800 federal census,[870] and he presumably died. They had children:

1. Cynthia Mitchell, baptized on 18 Jan. 1784 in East Bridgewater.[871]

2. Eliphalet Mitchell, baptized on 20 Nov. 1785 in East Bridgewater,[872] possibly the Eliphalet Mitchell who served as a Private in Capt. Isaac Lothrop’s Company from Easton in the War of 1812.[873]

3. Horatio Mitchell, baptized on 30 Dec. 1787 in East Bridgewater.[874]

4. Betsy Mitchell, baptized on 5 June 1791 in East Bridgewater.[875]

5. (Other children born in Lyme, NH.)

b. Molly6 Hayward, married (1669) Robert5 Edson, son of Ezra4 and (513) Rebecca (Johnson) Edson,[876] on 6 June 1782 in Bridgewater.[877] He was born on 24 July 1757 in Bridgewater,[878] a grandson of Capt. David and (135) Rebecca4 (Washburn) Johnson, of Bridgewater. Children not found. No death or probate records were found for either of them in Plymouth County, and he was not a head of household in Massachusetts in the 1790 federal census, but he may have been the Robert Edson who was living in Grafton, Windham Co., VT, in the 1800,[879] and 1810 federal censuses.[880]

c. Phinehas6 Hayward, possibly the Phineas Hayward who married Lydia Allin in 1793 in Mendon, MA.[881] Children not found. He was not a head of household in Massachusetts in the 1800, or 1810 federal censuses, no death record was found for him in Massachusetts, and there were no probate records for him in Plymouth Co., MA.

d. Cyrus6 Hayward, born ca. 1771,[882] supposedly married Sylvia Howard on 9 Apr. 1809 in North Bridgewater.[883] She was born ca. 1762.[884] They lived in North Bridgewater, where his name was spelled “Howard” in the records. He was not a head of household in the North Parish of Bridgewater in the 1820 federal census.[885] She died on 23 July 1836 in North Bridgewater, aged 74 years,[886] and he was probably the Cyrus Howard who died a widower on 8 Oct. 1856 in North Bridgewater, aged 85 years,[887] but no probate records were filed for his estate in Plymouth County, and he was not found in North Bridgewater in the 1850 federal census. They had children:

1. Susan7 Howard, born on 15 Aug. 1812 in North Bridgewater,[888] married Oliver Wendall Hall, son of Isaac and Nancy (Mann) Hall, of Wrentham, MA,[889] on 22 June 1831 in North Bridgewater.[890] He was born on 27 Jan. 1807 in Wrentham, MA.[891] She died on 4 May 1837 in North Bridgewater, aged 25 years,[892] and he remarried to Susan H. Copeland, of West Bridgewater, daughter of Charles and Mehitable (Howard) Copeland,[893] on 14 June 1838 in West Bridgewater.[894] She was born on 3 Mar. 1818 in West Bridgewater,[895] and died on 27 Mar. 1850 in North Bridgewater, aged 32 years, of “consumption.”[896] He died a widower on 11 Oct. 1873 in North Bridgewater, aged 66 years, 8 months, 14 days, of “consumption,”[897] and they were all buried in Union Cemetery in Brockton.

2. Cyrus7 Howard (Jr.), born on 14 Nov. 1817 in North Bridgewater,[898] married Hannah Field, daughter of Zopher and Bernice (Howard) Field,[899] on 7 Nov. 1844 in North Bridgewater.[900] She was born ca. June 1823 in North Bridgewater.[901] They were living in North Bridgewater in the 1850 federal census, where he was a shoemaker,[902] and the 1860 federal census, where he was a bootmaker.[903] She died on 14 Oct. 1873 in North Bridgewater, aged 50 years, 4 months, of “gastric fever,”[904] and he died a widower on 10 Dec. 1901 in Brockton, MA, aged 84 years, 26 days, of “arterio sclerosis and angina pectoris.”[905]

3. Sylvia Howard, born ca. 1819 in North Bridgewater,[906] died on 15 Feb. 1822 in North Bridgewater.[907]

e. Independence6 Hayward, born say ca. 1776, married Hannah Thorn, of Bridgewater, on 7 Nov. 1799 in Halifax, MA.[908] They were living in Bridgewater, MA, in the 1800 federal census,[909] but he was not a head of household in Bridgewater in the 1810 or 1820 federal censuses, and no death record was found for him in Massachusetts. He may have been the Independent Hayward who served as a Private in Capt. Nathan Hastings Company from Newton in the War of 1812.[910] They had at least one son:

1. Joshua7 S. Hayward, born ca. 1803 in Bridgewater,[911] married (____). He was not found in the 1850 or 1860 federal censuses in Massachusetts, but he was living in Cambridge, MA, in the 1870 federal census, where he was a printer.[912] He died on 22 Aug. 1880 in Boston, aged 77 years, of apoplexy paralysis.[913]

2. (Probably others)

f. Otis6 Hayward, born on 4 May 1782,[914] married Betsey Parris, daughter of Benjamin and Lydia (Price) Parris, of Bridgewater,[915] on 16 July 1804 in Halifax.[916] She was born on 27 Aug. 1789 in Bridgewater.[917] He may have been the Otis Hayward who served as a Private in Lt. Ebenezer Whitman’s Company at Fort Warren, Boston, in the War of 1812.[918] They were probably living in East Bridgewater, MA, in the 1810 federal census,[919] and in the South Parish of Bridgewater in the 1820 federal census.[920] He died on 16 Oct. 1849 in Bridgewater, aged 67 years,[921] but no probate records were filed for his estate. She was probably living with her son-in-law William L. Gordon in Bridgewater in the 1850 federal census.[922] They had children:

1. Kinsley7 Hayward, born on 19 June 1810 in Bridgewater,[923] married Sarah Ann Osborn, daughter of Peleg and Sally (Pool) Osborn, of East Bridgewater,[924] in Aug. 1833 in East Bridgewater.[925] She was born ca. 1815 in MA.[926] They were living in Halifax, MA, in the 1850,[927] 1860,[928] and 1870 federal censuses,[929] where he was a laborer. He died on 28 July 1903 in Hanson, MA, aged 92 years, 1 month, 9 days, of “old age and hemiplegia,”[930] and she died a widow on 23 June 1906 in Hanson, aged 90 years, 21 days, of a fracture of thigh.[931]

2. Edwin7 Hayward, born on 13 Aug. 1815 in Bridgewater,[932] married Mary Ann Rider, daughter of Nathaniel and Elizabeth “Betsey” (White) Rider,[933] in 1841.[934] She was born ca. 1821 in Halifax, MA.[935] They were living in Bridgewater, MA, next door to his brother Beza Hayward in the 1850 federal census, where he was a nailer,[936] and in East Bridgewater in the 1860 federal census, where he was a farm laborer.[937] She died on 2 Mar. 1894 in East Bridgewater, aged 74 years, 8 months, 6 days, of “cerebral hemorige,”[938] and he died a widower on 13 Mar. 1903 in Brockton, MA, aged 87 years.[939]

3. Beza7 “Bezer” Hayward, born on 14 July 1818 in Bridgewater,[940] married Adrianna “Adrian” Sampson, daughter of Miles and Lydia (Witherel) Sampson, of Pembroke, MA,[941] in 1841.[942] She was baptized on 23 Nov. 1820 in Pembroke.[943] They were living in Bridgewater next door to his brother Edwin Hayward in the 1850 federal census, where he was also a nailer,[944] and in Bridgewater in the 1860 federal census, where he was a farm laborer.[945] She died, as Adrianna Howard, on 4 Mar. 1861 in Bridgewater, aged 41 years, 6 months, 14 days, of congestion of lungs,[946] and he died a widower on 7 Nov. 1895 in West Bridgewater, aged 77 years, 3 months, 23 days, of “old age and starvation.”[947]

4. Lydia7 Parris Hayward, born on 17 Sept. 1820 in Bridgewater,[948] married Peleg Osborn Jr., son of Peleg and Sally (Pool) Osborn, of East Bridgewater,[949] on 10 Nov. 1834 in East Bridgewater.[950] He was born on 23 July 1817 in East Bridgewater.[951] They were living in Bridgewater in the 1850 federal census, where he was also a nailer,[952] and next door to her brother Edwin Hayward in East Bridgewater in the 1860 federal census, where he was a nail cutter.[953] He died on 29 Aug. 1862 in East Bridgewater, aged 44 years, 1 month, 6 days, of “cholera morbus,”[954] but no probate records were filed for his estate, and she died a widow on 25 Sept. 1893 in Sandwich, MA, aged 73 years, 8 months, of disease of intestines.[955]

5. Lucretia7 Otis Hayward, born on 27 Feb. 1823 in Bridgewater,[956] married William L. Gordon, son of John Gordon, on 1 Sept. 1844 in East Bridgewater.[957] He was born ca. 1817 in MA.[958] She died on 1 Oct. 1849 in Bridgewater, of dysentery, aged 26 years.[959] Her mother was living with him in Bridgewater in the 1850 federal census, where he was a furnaceman.[960]

6. Caleb Strong Hayward, born on 14 July 1827 in Bridgewater,[961] died on 5 Feb. 1829 in Bridgewater, aged 1 year, 6 months, of a “debility.”[962]

7. Josiah7 T. Hayward, born on 14 Jan. 1831 in Bridgewater,[963] married Betsey L. (Harlow) Doten, daughter of William and Sophia (Holmes) Harlow (Jr.), of Plymouth,[964] and widow of William W. Doten,[965] on 8 Apr. 1861 in Plymouth, MA.[966] She was born on 30 May 1835 in Plymouth.[967] They were living in Plymouth in the 1870 federal census, where he was a farm laborer, and she was working in a cotton mill.[968] He died on 26 Jan. 1901 in Plymouth, aged 70 years, 12 days, of “phthisis pulmonalis.”[969]

g. Kinsley6 Hayward, married Hannah Pool, of Halifax, MA, on 9 Mar. 1806 in Halifax.[970] He was not a head of household in Massachusetts in the 1810, 1820, or 1830 federal censuses, no death record was found for him in Massachusetts, and no probate records were filed for his estate in Plymouth Co., MA, but they had at least one daughter:

1. Hannah Kinsley Hayward, born on 12 Mar. 1807 in Halifax,[971] marriage not found.

h. Eliza6 Hayward, married (___) Bartholomew, of Boston.[972]

i. Lucy6 Hayward, also moved to Boston.[973]

         573    iii   Nathan5 Hayward, born on 28 Apr. 1720 in Bridgewater,[974] married Susanna Latham, daughter of Charles and Susanna (Woodward) Latham,[975] in ca. 1748.[976] She was born on 11 Oct. 1727 in Bridgewater,[977] a granddaughter of Capt. Chilton and Susanna (Kingman) Latham, of Bridgewater.[978] He was executor of his father’s estate in 1764, and they were living in Bridgewater, MA, in the 1790 federal census, next door to his son Beza Hayward.[979] He died intestate on 28 or 29 June 1794 in Bridgewater, aged 74 years,[980] and his son Beza Hayward, Esq., was granted administration of his estate on 7 July 1794.[981] She died on 23 Nov. 1811 in Bridgewater, aged 84 years.[982] They had children:[983]

a. Adam Hayward, born on 11 Oct. 1749 in Bridgewater,[984] died on 7 May 1750 in Bridgewater.[985]

b. Hon. Beza6 Hayward, born on 20 Jan. 1751/2 in Bridgewater,[986] graduated from Harvard University in 1772,[987] and married 1.) Abigail5 Alden, daughter of Col. Briggs4 and Mercy (Wadsworth) Alden,[988] of Duxbury, in 1784.[989] She was born on 7 July 1755 in Duxbury,[990] a granddaughter of John3 and Hannah (Briggs) Alden, of Duxbury.[991] They were living in Bridgewater, MA, in the 1790 federal census, next door to his father,[992] and in the 1800 federal census.[993] She died on 24 Dec. 1800 in Bridgewater, aged 45 years,[994] and he remarried to 2.) Experience (Shaw) Russell, daughter of Ichabod and Priscilla (Atwood) Shaw,[995] and widow of Capt. James Russell, of Plymouth,[996] on 11 Apr. 1801 in Plymouth.[997] She was born on 1 July 1762 in Plymouth.[998] They were living in Plymouth, MA, in the 1810,[999] and 1820 federal censuses.[1000] Beza Hayward was a Representative, Senator, and Councilor, and held the office of Register of Probate in Plymouth, MA, for many years, until his death.[1001] He died intestate in 1830 in Plymouth, and his son John S. Hayward, of Plymouth, Merchant, was granted administration of his estate on 9 Aug. 1830.[1002] Experience Hayward was still living in Plymouth in the 1850 federal census, with the family of Ichabod and Mary Shaw.[1003] She died a widow on 4 Mar. 1851 in Plymouth, aged 88 years, 8 months.[1004] He probably had 4 children by Abigail Alden, and 1 daughter by Experience Shaw:[1005]

1. John Alden Hayward, born on 15 July 1788 in Bridgewater,[1006] died on 7 Dec. 1796 in Bridgewater, aged 8 years.[1007]

2. Beza Hayward (Jr.), born in 1792, died young.

3. Charles Latham Hayward, died young.

4. John7 Shaw Hayward, born ca. 1800 in Bridgewater,[1008] married Harriet Comstock, of Hartford, CT, and they eventually moved to Hillsboro, Montgomery Co., IL.[1009] She was born ca. 1813 in CT.[1010] He was a merchant in Plymouth, and he was administrator of his father’s estate in 1830. They were living in the southwest part of District 22 in Montgomery Co., IL, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a land agent,[1011] and in Hillsboro, Montgomery Co., IL, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a very wealthy “Gentleman.”[1012]

5. Susanna/Susan S. Hayward, born ca. 1806 in Plymouth,[1013] was still unmarried and living with her mother in Plymouth in the household of Ichabod and Mary Shaw in the 1850 federal census, marriage not found.

c. Cephas Hayward, born on 10 Aug. 1754 in Bridgewater,[1014] died on 1 Mar. 1756 in Bridgewater.[1015]

d. Susannah6 Hayward, born on 20 Jan. 1757 in Bridgewater,[1016] married Dr. James5 Thacher, of Plymouth, son of John4 and Content (Norton) Thacher (3rd), of Yarmouth, MA,[1017] on 28 Apr. 1785 in Bridgewater.[1018] He was a surgeon in the Revolutionary War,[1019] and they were living in Plymouth, MA, in the 1790,[1020] 1800,[1021] 1810,[1022] and 1820 federal censuses.[1023] She died before 1844, and he died a widower on 23 May 1844 in Plymouth, of old age, aged 90 years,[1024] but no probate records were filed for his estate. They had children:

1. Betsey6 Hayward Thacher, born on 4 June 1785 in Plymouth,[1025] married 1.) Daniel Robert Elliott, of Waynesborough or Savannah, GA, on 12 Aug. 1804 in Plymouth.[1026] He was born in Burke Co., VA,[1027] and died by 1814, and she remarried to 2.) Capt. Michael Hodge (Jr.), Esq., son of Michael and Sarah Hodge, of Newburyport, MA,[1028] as his second wife, on 7 Dec. 1814 in Plymouth.[1029] He was born on 9 Sept. 1780 in Newburyport,[1030] and had married first to Mary Johnson, daughter of Capt. Nicholas and Mary Johnson,[1031] on 21 Mar. 1805 in Newburyport.[1032] He died intestate on 6 July 1816 in Plymouth, aged 36 years, and was buried in Newburyport.[1033] His widow Betsey Hayward Hodge and Nathan Hayward, Esq., were granted administration of his large estate on 15 July 1816, with James Thacher, Physician, and William Bartlett, Merchant, as sureties.[1034] Betsey was living with her son, James T. Hodge, in Plymouth, in the 1850 federal census. She died a widow, testate, on 27 Feb. 1871 in Plymouth, aged 84 years, 8 months, 25 days,[1035] her will dated 19 Jan. 1870, and probated on 8 May 1871, mentioned Mary R. Hodge, wife of James T. Hodge, her niece Louisa Boutille, daughter Jane A. E. Sever, and son James T. Hodge, and she named her son James T. Hodge as executor of her estate, but he died without completing the administration, and his widow Mary R. Hodge was granted administration with will annexed on 13 Dec. 1875.[1036] (See Appendix [I] for a full transcription of her will.) She had a daughter by Daniel Robert Elliott, and a son by Michael Hodge:

a. Jane Amaranthea Elliott, born ca. 1807 in Waynesborough, GA,[1037] married Charles Sever, son of John and Nancy (Russell) Sever, of Kingston,[1038] on 15 Jan. 1827 in Plymouth.[1039] He was born on 9 Apr. 1795 in Kingston.[1040] He chose his mother, Nancy Sever, as his guardian on 19 May 1809,[1041] after his father had died on 7 Nov. 1803 in Kingston.[1042] He died testate in 1834 in Plymouth; he wrote his will, but did not date or have it witnessed, and he named his wife Jane Amaranthea Elliot Sever, and his brother John Sever, of Kingston, as executors, but John declined on 1 Dec. 1834, and his will was probated on 1 Dec. 1834 with James N. Sever and John Sever, his brothers, attesting to the signature of Charles Sever, Nathaniel Russell Jur., who was appointed as guardian of the minor children of Charles Sever, giving his approval, and his widow Jane A. E. Sever was appointed as sole executrix of the estate.[1043] (See Appendix [J] for a full transcription of his will.) Jane Sever was living with William Sever, a lawyer, probably her brother-in-law, in Plymouth, MA, in the 1850 federal census,[1044] and in the 1860 federal census, where he was the County Treasurer,[1045] but no marriage record was found between William Sever and the widow Jane Sever. She died testate on 10 Mar. 1871 in Boston, aged 64 years, of “rodent fever and exhaustion.”[1046]

b. James Thacher Hodge, baptized on 13 Apr. 1816 in Newburyport,[1047] his mother Betsey H. Hodge was appointed as his guardian on 15 July 1816,[1048] and he married Mary Spooner Russell, daughter of John and Deborah (Spooner) Russell (3rd), of Plymouth,[1049] on 3 Feb. 1846 in Plymouth.[1050] She was born ca. 1821 in Plymouth.[1051] They were living in Plymouth, MA, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a geologist,[1052] but they were not found in Plymouth in the 1860 federal census. He died intestate in 1872 in Plymouth, and his wife Mary R. Hodge was granted administration of his estate on 8 Jan. 1872, but she died a widow on 4 Sept. 1905 in Plymouth, aged 84 years,[1053] without completing the administration, and his daughter Mary Russell Hodge was granted administration of his estate on 8 Apr. 1907.[1054]

2. Susan “Sukey” Thacher, born on 15 Apr. 1788 in Plymouth, died on 8 Dec. 1790 in Plymouth.[1055]

3. James Thacher (Jr.), born on 10 Dec. 1790, died on 13 Dec. 1790 in Plymouth.[1056]

4. James Hersey Thacher, born on 9 Jan. 1792 in Plymouth, died on 29 Apr. 1793 in Plymouth.[1057]

5. Susan6 “Sukey” Thacher, born on 3 Feb. 1794 in Plymouth,[1058] married William7 Bartlett, son of Capt. Joseph6 and Rebecca (Churchill) Bartlett, of Plymouth,[1059] in ca. 1814.[1060] He was born in 1786 in Plymouth,[1061] a grandson of Samuel5 and Betsey (Moore) Bartlett, of North Carolina.[1062] She died on 25 Aug. 1862 in Cambridge, MA, aged 69 years, of “uroenia,”[1063] and he died a widower on 30 July 1863 in Plymouth, aged 77 years, 1 months, 17 days, of paralysis,[1064] but no probate records were found for him in Plymouth County.

6. Catherine Thacher, born in 1797 in Plymouth,[1065] marriage not found.

e. Sarah Hayward, born on 24 Oct. 1759 in Bridgewater,[1066] died on 27 Aug. 1760 in Bridgewater.[1067]

f. Eunice Hayward, born on 25 Oct. 1761 in Bridgewater,[1068] died on 23 Sept. 1762 in Bridgewater.[1069]

g. Dr. Nathan6 Hayward (Jr.), born on 17 Sept. 1762 in Bridgewater,[1070] graduated from Harvard University in 1785, and married Joanna6 Winslow, daughter of Pelham5 and Joanna (White) Winslow, Esq., of Plymouth,[1071] in ca. 1797.[1072] She was born on 30 June 1773 in Plymouth,[1073] a granddaughter of Col. John4 and Mary (Little) Winslow, of Marshfield.[1074] They were living in Plymouth, MA, in the 1800,[1075] 1810,[1076] and 1820 federal censuses.[1077] Nathan Hayward was a Surgeon in Plymouth, and in the Army, and High Sheriff of Plymouth County,[1078] and he died testate on 16 June 1848 in Plymouth, “of old age,” aged 84 [sic] years.[1079] His will was dated 26 Apr. 1845, and probated on the second Monday of Aug. 1848, and mentioned his wife Anna Hayward, five children Mary Winslow Russell, wife of William Shaw Russell, James Thatcher Hayward, Pelham Winslow Hayward, Charles Latham Hayward, and George Partredge Hayward, and he named his eldest son, James Thatcher Hayward, as executor of his estate.[1080] (See Appendix [K] for a full transcription of his will.) She was living with her son-in-law William S. Russell in Plymouth in the 1850 federal census,[1081] and she died a widow on 17 Nov. 1866 in Plymouth, aged 93 years.[1082] They had children:[1083]

1. Mary7 Winslow Hayward, born in 1798, married William Shaw Russell, of Plymouth, on 14 May 1820 in Plymouth.[1084] He was born ca. 1794 in MA,[1085] and they were living in Plymouth, MA, in the 1850 federal census, where he was the registrar of deeds.[1086]

2. Penelope Pelham Hayward, born in 1801, apparently died young, before the 1845 will of her father.

3. James7 Thatcher Hayward, born in 1802, called eldest son in his father’s will, and was executor of his father’s estate in 1848.

4. Elizabeth Ann Hayward, born in 1805, apparently died young, before the 1845 will of her father.

5. Edward Winslow Hayward, born in 1808, apparently died young, before the 1845 will of his father.

6. George W. Hayward, a twin, born in 1806, probably died young.

7. J. A. Hayward, a twin, born in 1806, died in infancy.

8. Pelham Winslow Hayward, born in 1810, named in his father’s 1845 will.

9. Charles7 Latham Hayward, born in 1812, married Emmeline Greenwood, of Boston, and was also named in his father’s 1845 will.

10. George7 Partridge Hayward, born in 1815, married Elizabeth Winslow Williams, daughter of Samuel K. Williams, of Boston, and was also named in his father’s 1845 will.

h. Betsey Hayward, born on 6 Sept. 1767 in Bridgewater,[1087] died on 25 Sept. 1775 in Bridgewater.[1088]

         574    iv   Abraham Hayward, born on 22 Dec. 1722 in Bridgewater,[1089] died on 30 Mar. 1723 in Bridgewater.[1090]

         575     v   Sarah5 Hayward, born on 3 Nov. 1724 in Bridgewater,[1091] married Silas4 Willis, son of Joshua3 and Experience (Barbour) Willis,[1092] in ca. 1745.[1093] He was a grandson of Comfort2 Willis.[1094] No death or probate records were found for him in Plymouth County, and they supposedly moved out of Bridgewater,[1095] probably to Worcester Co., MA, as most of his children were married in New Braintree or Hardwick. He was probably not the Silas Willis living in Taunton, Bristol Co., MA, in the 1790 federal census,[1096] and he had possibly already died by 1790. They had children:

a. Sarah Willis, born on 13 July 1746 in Bridgewater,[1097] marriage not found.

b. Silas5 Willis (Jr.), born on 28 July 1748 in Bridgewater,[1098] married Ruth Wright, of Brookfield, MA, in 1778.[1099] He may have been the Silas Willis living in Norwich, Hampshire Co., MA, in the 1790 federal census,[1100] but he was not a head of household in Massachusetts in the 1800 or 1810 federal censuses.

c. Adam5 Willis, born on 25 Dec. 1750 in Bridgewater,[1101] married Anna Finton, of New Braintree, MA, on 14 Dec. 1785 in New Braintree.[1102] He was not listed as a head of household in Massachusetts in the 1790 federal census, nor in Vermont in the 1791 federal census.

d. Edmund5 Willis, born on 24 June 1753 in Bridgewater,[1103] married Mercy5 Fuller, of Oakham, MA, daughter of Jabez4 and Mercy (Gray) Fuller, of Kingston, MA,[1104] on 23 Feb. 1777 in Hardwick, MA,[1105] and they moved to Woodstock, VT, in 1789.[1106] He purchased land in New Braintree, MA, from Seth and Elizabeth Washburn on 23 Jan. 1777, and they sold it to John Hawkes on 29 Nov. 1779.[1107] They were living in Woodstock, VT, in the 1791 federal census,[1108] and had moved to Calais, Caledonia Co. [now Washington Co.], VT, by 1800.[1109] He was not a head of household in Calais, VT, in the 1810 federal census, but some of the census pages were damaged, and he was living in Calais, Washington Co., VT, in the 1820 federal census, where he was a farmer.[1110] He applied for a Revolutionary War pension at Calais, VT, on 11 Aug. 1832, aged 79 years.[1111] They had at least one daughter:

1. Sally Willis, born on 15 Aug. 1783 in Hardwick,[1112] married Bucklin Slayton on 15 Apr. 1804 in Calais, VT.[1113] They were living in Calais, Caledonia Co., VT, in the 1810 federal census,[1114] and probably the 1820 federal census.[1115] She died on 31 Jan. 1879 in VT, aged 95 years.[1116]

2. Mercy Willis, born say ca. 1786, married Isaac Hawkins on 9 Mar. 1807 in Calais, VT.[1117] He was not a head of household in Calais, VT, in the 1810 federal census, but they were living next door to her father Edmond Willis in Calais, Washington Co., VT, in the 1820 federal census, where he was a farmer.[1118]

3. (Probably other daughters)

e. Olive5 Willis, born on 10 Feb. 1756 in Bridgewater,[1119] married James Hawkes/Hawks, of Petersham, MA, on 7 Mar. 1776 in Hardwick.[1120] They were living in New Braintree, MA, in the 1790 federal census,[1121] but he was not head of household in the 1800 or 1810 federal censuses in Massachusetts. They had at least two children:

1. Salley Hawks, born on 24 Nov. 1776 in Petersham.[1122]

2. William Hawks, born on 3 Oct. 1778 in Petersham.[1123]

f. Hannah5 Willis, born on 8 Sept. 1758 in Bridgewater,[1124] possibly the Hannah Willis who married Atwood Aiken, son of John and Jerusha (Atwood) Aiken,[1125] on 9 Dec. 1779 in Hardwick.[1126] He was born on 6 Sept. 1756 in Hardwick,[1127] and they were living in Hardwick, MA, in the 1790 federal census,[1128] and later moved to Richfield, NY.[1129] They had children:

1. Betsey Aiken, born on 15 Jan. 1781 in Hardwick.[1130]

2. Calvin Aiken, born on 31 May 1783 in Hardwick.[1131]

3. Polly Aiken, baptized on 8 Nov. 1789 in Hardwick.[1132]

4. Solomon Aiken, baptized on 31 July 1791 in Hardwick.[1133]

g. Bettie/Betsey5 Willis, born in 1761, baptized on 16 Aug. 1761 in West Bridgewater,[1134] married Moses Hawks, of New Braintree, on 11 Oct. 1787 in Hardwick.[1135] He was not a head of household in Worcester Co., MA, in the 1790 federal census, and he was not the Ensign Moses Hawks living in Shelburne, Hampshire Co., MA, in the 1790 federal census who died in Shelburne in 1806 aged 70. They had at least 2 children:

1. Fanny Hawks, baptized on 25 Oct. 1789 in Hardwick.[1136]

2. Moses Hawks (Jr.), baptized on 10 June 1792 in Hardwick.[1137]

h. Abraham Willis, born in 1764, baptized on 2 Sept. 1764 in West Bridgewater,[1138] marriage not found. He was not listed as a head of household in Massachusetts in the 1790 federal census, nor in Vermont in the 1791 federal census.

         576    vi   Martha Hayward, born on 22 Sept. 1727 in Bridgewater,[1139] died on 18 Feb. 1727/8 in Bridgewater.[1140]

 

 

(152.) Samuel4 Kinsley (3rd), eldest son of (62) Mary3 Washburn, (43) John2 (5th), (28) John1 (4th); born in Massachusetts Colony in ca. 1693, married Mary Packard[?][1141] in ca. 1714.[1142] He was administrator of his father’s estate, and they moved from Easton, MA, to Norwich, New London Co., CT, in 1746. They both presumably died in Connecticut, after 1747.[1143]

         Samuel Kinsley (3rd) and Mary Packard[?] had children:[1144]

         577      i   Nathan5 Kinsley, born on 6 Mar. 1715 in Easton,[1145] married Betty Dunbar, daughter of James and Experience4 (Hayward) Dunbar,[1146] on 10 Dec. 1744 in Bridgewater,[1147] and they settled in Easton, then moved to Belchertown, MA.[1148] She was born on 21 Sept. 1722 in Bridgewater,[1149] a granddaughter of Samuel3 and Elizabeth Hayward.[1150] On 4 Nov. 1746 Samuel Kinsley, of late of Easton, but now of Norwich, CT, and wife Mary, sold their homestead in Easton to their son Nathan Kinsley, of Easton.[1151] Nathan Kinsley was living in Greenwich, Hampshire Co., MA,[1152] in the 1790 federal census, next door to his son, Calvin Kinsley.[1153] No death record was found for him in Massachusetts. They had children:

a. Keziah6 Kinsley, born on 29 July 1747 in Easton,[1154] married Parmenus Ames, of Easton, son of Ebenezer and Sarah (Howard) Ames, of Bridgewater,[1155] on 20 Oct. 1768 in Easton.[1156] He was baptized on 2 Oct. 1743 in West Bridgewater.[1157] They were living in Easton, MA, in the 1790,[1158] and 1800 federal censuses.[1159] No children were recorded to them in Easton, but they probably had a son and two daughters by 1800. She supposedly died by 1804, and he remarried to Mehitabel (Ames) Harvey, daughter of Simeon and Experience (Standish) Ames,[1160] and widow of Daniel Harvey, of Bridgewater, in 1804.[1161] They were living in Easton in the 1810 federal census,[1162] but he was not a head of household in Easton in the 1820 federal census. He died intestate in 1823 in Easton, his widow Mehitable Ames refused the administration of his estate on 3 June 1823, and Jotham Ames, of Easton, yeoman, was granted administration of his estate on 3 June 1823, with Abijah Reed and Dwelley Williams, both of Easton, as sureties.[1163]

b. Calvin6 Kinsley, born on 9 Nov. 1749 in Easton,[1164] married Susanna Lathrop, of Bridgewater, on 1 June 1773 in Bridgewater.[1165] They were living in Greenwich, Hampshire Co., MA, in the 1790 federal census, next door to his father,[1166] but he was not a head of household in Hampshire Co., MA, in the 1800 or 1810 federal censuses, and no death record was found for either of them in Massachusetts.

         578     ii   Samuel5 Kinsley (4th), born on 12 Dec. 1716 in Easton,[1167] married Sophia White, of Raynham, MA, on 12 Aug. 1742 in Raynham,[1168] and they settled in Bridgewater. She was born ca. 1722.[1169] He died intestate on 25 Sept. 1773 “on the road to Worcester,”[1170] MA, and his widow, Sophia Kinsley, and son, Samuel Kinsley (Jr.), were granted administration of his estate.[1171] Sophia Kinsley was appointed as guardian of Luther, Hannah, Eunice, Cephas, and Apollos Kinsley, in 1774.[1172] Sophia Kinsley was not listed as a head of household in Massachusetts in the 1790 federal census, but she died on 5 July 1811 in Bridgewater, aged 89 years.[1173] They had children:[1174]

a. Sophia6 Kinsley, born on 16 Jan. 1743 in Bridgewater,[1175] never married, died intestate on 28 Feb. 1800 in Bridgewater, aged 56 years,[1176] and her brother-in-law, Dr. Sylvanus Leonard, was granted administration of her estate on 4 June 1800.[1177]

b. Lydia6 Kinsley, born on 23 Mar. 1744/5 in Bridgewater,[1178] married Jonathan Burr, son of John and Silence (Howard) Burr (Jr.), of Bridgewater, as his second wife,[1179] on 4 Oct. 1792 in Bridgewater.[1180] He was born on 16 Apr. 1731 in Bridgewater,[1181] a grandson of John and Mary (Lazell[?]) Burr, of Hingham, MA,[1182] and he had married first to Martha Cudworth on 30 May 1754 in Bridgewater.[1183] Lydia (Kinsley) Burr probably had no children, but Jonathan Burr had 10 children by Martha, his first wife. Jonathan Burr was living in Bridgewater, MA, in the 1790 federal census.[1184] He died testate in late Jan. 1797 in Bridgewater, his will dated 17 Jan. 1797, and probated on 6 Feb. 1797, mentioned his wife Lydia, 8 sons: Israel, Jonathan, Elijah, Luther, John, Calvin, Martin, and David Burr, and 2 daughters: Martha, wife of Solomon Hayward, and Ruth Burr, and he named his son Elijah Burr as executor of his estate.[1185] (See Appendix [L] for a full transcription  of his will.) Lydia (Kinsley) Burr died in Hampden, ME.[1186]

c. Hannah Kinsley, born on 5 May 1747 in Bridgewater,[1187] died on 14 Feb. 1749/50 in Bridgewater.[1188]

d. Samuel6 Kinsley (5th), born on 28 May 1749 in Bridgewater,[1189] married Hannah4 Hayward, daughter of Peter3 and Abigail (Williams) Hayward,[1190] on 22 Apr. 1772 in West Bridgewater.[1191] She was born on 25 June 1748 in Bridgewater,[1192] and they moved to Charlemont, MA, after 1775. He was not listed as a head of household in Charlemont in the 1790 federal census, however, and he may have been the Samuel Kinsley living in Bridgewater, MA, in the 1790 census,[1193] and in Turner, Cumberland Co., ME, in the 1800 federal census.[1194] He supposedly died in 1824 in Turner, Oxford Co., ME.[1195] They had at least two children:

1. Hannah Kinsley, born on 5 July 1773 in Easton, MA.[1196]

2. Samuel Kinsley (6th), born on 8 Sept. 1775 in Bridgewater,[1197] had no children.[1198]

e. Nymphas6 Kinsley, a son, born on 12 Mar. 1750/1 in Bridgewater,[1199] married (1310) Mary6 “Molly” Richmond, of Taunton, MA, daughter of Nathan5 and (433) Reliance5 (Washburn) Richmond, of Middleborough,[1200] in 1800,[1201] but they had no children.[1202] He was living in Bridgewater, MA, in the 1790 federal census, and evidently several other family members were living with him, considering that he was still a bachelor at the time.[1203] They were still living in Bridgewater in the 1800 federal census,[1204] but he was not a head of household in Bridgewater in the 1810 federal census. He died in 1822 in Hampden, Hancock Co., ME.[1205]

f. Maj. Caleb6 Kinsley, born on 8 Oct. 1752 in Bridgewater,[1206] moved to Montague, Hampshire (now Franklin) Co., MA,[1207] and married 1.) Mary Nash, daughter of Rev. Judah and Mary Nash,[1208] on 21 Nov. 1776 in Montague, MA.[1209] She was born ca. 1755,[1210] and died on 18 Sept. 1777 in Montague, aged 22 years.[1211] He remarried to her sister, 2.) Mehitabel Nash, daughter of Rev. Judah and Mary Nash, on 11 Nov. 1781 in Montague.[1212] She was born ca. 1757.[1213] Caleb Kinsley was living in Montague, MA, in the 1790,[1214] 1800,[1215] and 1810 federal censuses.[1216] Mehitabel (Nash) Kinsley died on 31 July 1816 in Montague, MA, aged 59 years, of apoplexy,[1217] and Maj. Caleb Kinsley died on 30 June 1827 in Montague, aged 74 years.[1218] He probably had 6 daughters by Mehitabel Nash,[1219] order uncertain:

1. Nancy7 Kinsley, born ca. 1780,[1220] married Solomon Root, of Montague, on 29 Nov. 1804 in Montague,[1221] and they lived in Montague. He was born on 15 May 1777 in Montague.[1222] She died on 30 Apr. 1848 in Montague, aged 68 or 69 years,[1223] and he died on 19 Mar. 1848 in Montague, aged 71 years, of “consumption.”[1224]

2. Melinda7 Kinsley, born say ca. 1783, married Joshua Morton Jr., of Athol, Worcester Co., MA, on 19 Jan. 1803 in Montague.[1225] They were living in Athol, MA, in 1817, when they had several children baptized,[1226] and in the 1820 federal census.[1227]

3. Mary7 Kinsley, born ca. 1789 in Montague, MA,[1228] never married. She was living with her sister Sophia Kinsley in Montague, Franklin Co., MA, next door to Rev. Eli Moody in the 1850 federal census.[1229] She died on 20 Dec. 1857 in Montague, aged 67 years, of influenza.[1230]

4. Sophia7 Kinsley, born ca. 1792 in Montague, MA,[1231] never married. She was living with her sister Mary Kinsley in Montague, Franklin Co., MA, next door to Rev. Eli Moody in the 1850 federal census. She died on 18 Apr. 1875 in Montague, MA, aged 82 years, 10 months, of “congestion of liver.”[1232]

5. Chrissa7 Kinsley, born ca. 1795 in Montague, MA,[1233] married Rev. Eli Moody, of Weybridge, VT, on 8 Oct. 1818 in Montague.[1234] He was born ca. 1789 in Granby, MA.[1235] They were living in Montague, Franklin Co., MA, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a Congregational clergyman.[1236] She died on 23 Oct. 1872 in Montague, aged 77 years, 4 months, 23 days, of “paralysis,”[1237] and he died on 14 Feb. 1878 in Montague, aged 88 years, 9 months, 28 days, of heart disease.[1238]

6. Lucy7 Kinsley, born in 1799 in Leverett, MA,[1239] married Apollos Gunn, son of Nathaniel and Hannah (Montague) Gunn,[1240] of Montague, on 1 Jan. 1824 in Montague,[1241] and they lived in Montague. He was born in 1788 in Montague,[1242] and they were living in Montague, Franklin Co., MA, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a farmer.[1243] He died on 17 Jan. 1867 in Montague, aged 78 years, 11 months, 10 days, of pneumonia,[1244] and she died a widow on 24 Feb. 1884 in Montague, aged 84 years, 10 months, 10 days, of gastro enteritis.[1245]

g. Maj. Martin6 Kinsley, Esq., born on 2 June 1754 in Bridgewater,[1246] graduated from Harvard College in 1778, moved to Hardwick,[1247] MA, and married Polly Bellows, of Walpole, NH, in ca. 1784.[1248] He served in the Revolutionary War as a Private in Capt. William Watkins’ Company from Berkshire County in 1776-1777,[1249] and was promoted to Major in 1780. He was a sympathizer with Daniel Shay in Shay’s Rebellion, and was stripped of his military title in 1786. He was town representative from Hardwick, 1787‑1796, and a Justice of the Peace.[1250] He was living in Hardwick, MA, in the 1790 federal census.[1251] They moved to Hampden, ME, in ca. 1797, and they were living in Hampden, Hancock Co., ME, in the 1800,[1252] and 1810 federal censuses.[1253] He was elected as State Senator of Hancock Co., ME, in 1814, then to the U.S. Congress from Maine in 1819 and 1820, after which he was a Judge of the Court of Common Pleas. He died on 20 June 1835 in Roxbury, MA, aged 81 years.[1254] They had children:

1. Polly Hubbard Kinsley, born on 26 May 1787 in Hardwick,[1255] died on 28 Aug. 1791 in Hardwick.[1256]

2. Sophia W. Kinsley, born on 17 July 1797, died on 12 Jan. 1800.[1257]

3. Mary7 Bellows Kinsley, born on 6 July 1801 in Hampden, ME, married Samuel Jackson Gardner, Esq., of Roxbury, MA, son of Caleb and Mary Gardner, in 1820.[1258] He was born on 9 July 1788 in Brookline, MA,[1259] graduated from Harvard University in 1809, and was a lawyer in Roxbury and newspaper editor.[1260] She died in Feb. 1839 in Brookline, MA, aged 37 years,[1261] and he was living in New York City, NY, in the 1850 federal census, where he was an editor.[1262] He died a widower on 14 July 1864 in North Conway, NH, aged 76 years, 5 months, of “old age & affection of the prostate gland.”[1263]

4. Martin Kinsley (Jr.), born on 23 Sept. 1808 in Hampden, ME, died on 31 May 1811.[1264]

h. Luther6 Kinsley, born on 22 Dec. 1756 in Bridgewater,[1265] his mother, Sophia Kinsley, was appointed as his guardian in 1774.[1266] He was possibly the Luther Kinsley who served in the Revolutionary War as a Private in Capt. James Allen’s Company in 1780.[1267] He never married,[1268] but no death or probate records were found for him in Plymouth County. He was not listed as a head of household in Massachusetts in the 1790 federal census, and may have been living with his brother, Nymphas Kinsley, nor was he a head of household in the 1800 or 1810 federal censuses.

i. Hannah6 Kinsley, born on 6 Aug. 1758 in Bridgewater,[1269] her mother, Sophia Kinsley, was appointed as her guardian in 1774,[1270] and she married Peres Snell, son of Capt. Josiah and Ruhamah (Fenno) (Hartwell) Snell (3rd),[1271] on 28 Oct. 1787 in Bridgewater.[1272] He was born on 28 Jan. 1767 in Bridgewater,[1273] a grandson of Josiah and Abigail4 (Fobes) Snell (Jr.)[1274] No death or probate records were found for him in Plymouth County, and he may have been the Perez Snell living in the North Gore of Oxford, Worcester Co., MA, in the 1790 federal census.[1275] They had children:

1. Peres Snell (Jr.), born on 2 Sept. 1789 Bridgewater,[1276] marriage not found.

2. Martin Kingsley Snell, born on 5 June 1792 in Bridgewater,[1277] marriage not found.

3. Apollos Snell, born on 11 Feb. 1795 in Bridgewater,[1278] marriage not found.

j. Eunice6 Kinsley, born on 27 Aug. 1761 in Bridgewater,[1279] her mother, Sophia Kinsley, was appointed as her guardian in 1774,[1280] and she married (1056) Dr. Sylvanus5 Leonard, son of (380) Samuel4 and Lydia (Besse) Leonard,[1281] on 19 Nov. 1787 in Bridgewater.[1282] He was born on 15 Sept. 1759 in Bridgewater,[1283] a grandson of Josiah3 and (114) Abigail4 (Washburn) Leonard, of Bridgewater. They were living in Bridgewater, MA, in the 1790,[1284] 1800,[1285] and 1810 federal censuses.[1286] He was administrator of the estate of his sister-in-law, Sophia Kinsley, in 1800. He was also appointed guardian of Unite and Lydia Kinsley, of Middleborough, in 1801.[1287] No death or probate records were found for either of them in Plymouth County. (See his family for their daughter.)

k. Cephas6 Kinsley, born on 27 Sept. 1763 in Bridgewater.[1288] His mother, Sophia Kinsley, was appointed as his guardian in 1774,[1289] and he married (1059) Zilpah5 Leonard, of Pomfret, VT, daughter of (380) Samuel4 and Lydia (Besse) Leonard,[1290] on 14 Feb. 1788.[1291] She was a granddaughter also of Josiah3 and (114) Abigail4 (Washburn) Leonard, of Bridgewater, and they lived in Middleborough, where he was a blacksmith.[1292] He was possibly the Cephas Kinsley who served in the Revolutionary War as a Private in Capt. James Allen’s Company in 1780.[1293] Cephas Kinsley was not listed as a head of household in Massachusetts in the 1790 federal census, and they may have been living with one of his brothers in 1790. He died intestate on 15 Mar. 1800 in Bridgewater,[1294] and his widow, Zilpha Kinsley, was granted administration of his estate on 4 June 1800.[1295] She remarried to Joseph Leonard “2d,” of Middleborough in ca. 1801.[1296] (See her family for their two children.)

l. Apollos6 Kinsley, born ca. 1765 in Bridgewater. His mother, Sophia Kinsley, was appointed as his guardian in 1774,[1297] and he supposedly married Hannah Hall, of Wallingford, CT.[1298] Children not found. Apollos Kinsley was not listed as a head of household in Massachusetts or Connecticut in the 1790 federal census, and he may have been the Apollos Kinsley living in New York City, NY, in the 1800 federal census.[1299] He supposedly died in 1803 in New York,[1300] but no probate records were filed for his estate in New York Co., NY.

         579    iii   Mary5 Kinsley, born on 28 Feb. 1719 in Easton,[1301] married Josiah3 Perry, of Stoughton, MA, son of Benjamin2 and Dinah (Swift) Perry, of Sandwich, MA,[1302] on 16 June 1740 in Easton.[1303] He was born on 18 Oct. 1709.[1304] They lived in Stoughton, MA, then supposedly moved to Coventry, Tolland Co., CT, and then to Shaftsbury, Bennington Co., VT.[1305] He died testate on 27 Sept. 1784 in Shaftsbury, VT, aged 73 years,[1306] his will dated 27 Apr. 1784, witnessed by Jeremiah Clark, Eldad Kibbe, and Ezekiel Parker, and probated on 28 Dec. 1784, mentioned his wife Mary, sons Josiah Perry and Winslow Perry, son Philip Perry, deceased, daughter Hannah House and “son” Samuel House, who was co-executor with his son Josiah Perry.[1307] They had children:

a. Anna Perry, born on 1 July 1741 in Stoughton, MA,[1308] probably died young, not mentioned in her father’s will in 1784.

b. Lt. Philip4 Perry, born say ca. 1743, probably Stoughton, MA, married Lydia House in ca. 1769.[1309] She was the sister of Lt. Samuel House, who married Philip’s sister, Hannah Perry, and she was born on 6 May 1750 in Coventry, CT.[1310] Lt. Philip Perry was supposedly shot down in Shaftsbury, VT, on 1 Aug. 1775, while trying to arrest Hazard Wilcox, a Tory spy, at the start of the Revolutionary War,[1311] and was buried in Grandview Cemetery in Shaftsbury. Lydia (House) Perry probably remarried to Lt. Robert Blair.[1312]

c. Hannah4 Perry, born in Feb. 1747 in Stoughton, MA,[1313] married Capt. Samuel House, of Coventry, Tolland Co., CT, on 28 Dec. 1769 in Coventry, CT.[1314] He was born on 13 Sept. 1745 in Coventry,[1315] a brother of Lydia House, who married her brother, Lt. Philip Perry.[1316] He served in the Revolutionary War, was a co-executor of his father-in-law’s will in 1784,[1317] and they were living in Shaftsbury, Bennington Co., VT, in the 1791,[1318] 1800,[1319] 1810,[1320] 1820,[1321] and 1830 federal censuses.[1322] She died on 15 Aug. 1834 in Shaftsbury, VT,[1323] and he was living with his son David House in Shaftsbury, in the 1840 federal census. He died on 29 Mar. 1842 in Shaftsbury, VT, aged 98 years, 6 months, 11 days,[1324] and they were both buried in Grandview Cemetery in Shaftsbury. They had children:

1. Samuel House (Jr.), born on 15 May 1771 in Coventry, CT,[1325] marriage not found, supposedly died in 1829.[1326]

2. James House, born on 7 Dec. 1773 in Coventry, CT,[1327] died on 19 Mar. 1775 in Coventry, his 2nd year.[1328]

3. Sarah House, born on 25 Aug. 1777 in Shaftsbury, Bennington Co., VT, married Nicholas Parker, son of Samuel and Margaret Parker, before 1798.[1329] He was born supposedly on 3 Oct. 1774 in Coventry, RI.[1330] They were living in Burlington, Otsego Co., NY, in the 1810,[1331] 1820,[1332] 1830,[1333] and 1840 federal censuses,[1334] and in Otselic, Chenango Co., NY, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a farmer,[1335] and he was living with the family of Charles and Harriet Thompson in Otselic, NY, in the 1860 federal census.[1336] He died on 26 Dec. 1861 in Otselic, Chenango Co., NY,[1337] but no probate records were found for him in Chenango Co., NY, and she died on 21 Aug. 1866 in Otselic, Chenango Co., NY,[1338] and they were both buried in Maple Grove Cemetery in Otselic, NY.

4. Hannah House, born ca. 1779 in Shaftsbury, VT,[1339] married Samuel Parker (Jr.), son of Samuel and Margaret Parker, in ca. 1800.[1340] He was born ca. 1782 in RI,[1341] and died on 16 Aug. 1838 in Shaftsbury, VT, aged 56 years,[1342] and was buried in Grandview Cemetery in Shaftsbury, VT. She died on 8 Dec. 1861 in Shaftsbury, VT, aged 82 years.[1343]

5. Mary House, born on 18 or 19 Dec. 1784 in Shaftsbury, VT,[1344] married 1.) Thomas Parker, son of Jacob and Sarah (Marsh) Parker,[1345] on 3 June 1800 in Shaftsbury, VT.[1346] He was born on 12 Oct. 1774 in NY, and died on 20 Aug. 1821.[1347] She remarried to 2.) Silas Dana, son of Jedidiah and Lucy (Holt) Dana (Jr.), as his second wife,[1348] on 23 May 1831 in NY.[1349] They were living in Grove, Allegany Co., NY, in the 1840 federal census, where he was a farmer.[1350] He died on 14 Feb. 1846 in Grove, Allegany Co., NY,[1351] and she was still living in Grove, Allegany Co., NY, in the 1850 federal census.[1352] She died on 2 Sept. 1859 in Grove, Allegany Co., NY.[1353]

6. William House, born in Oct. 1787 in Shaftsbury, VT,[1354] married Lydia (___). She was born in 1786 in CT.[1355] They were living in Shaftsbury, Bennington Co., VT, near his parents in the 1820,[1356] 1830,[1357] 1840,[1358] and 1850 federal census, where he was a farmer.[1359] She died on 4 Feb. 1856 in Shaftsbury, VT, aged 69 years, 3 months,