Selected Schueth_Rice_Families and Individuals

Notes


Deacon Peter Noyes or Noyce

DWS: Not certain of relationship if any with Rev Noyes b. 1608 of England father of Joseph Noyes of Newbury, MA 1637. Needs research.
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DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 2 pgs 108-110
'Passengers for New England 1638'
'The List of the names of the Passengers intended for New-England, in the good shipp, the Confidence of London, of 200 tonnes, John Jobson Master, and thus by vertue of Lord Treasurers warrant on the 11th of April, 1638.'
traveled on same ship as other of our lines ancestors, WALTER HAYNES and JOHN BENT
Listed age 47 yeaoman of Penton, county of Southhampton, England with son, Thomas age 15, dau Elizabeth, 3 servants: Robert Davis, John Rutter, Margaret Davis.
no spouse on this manifest.
from NEGHS Vol ? pg 408 it mentions in testimony in a court case involving John Bent's widow?, in Cambridge, MA 6th day of 2nd mo 1652 (means April or May 1652) that Peter Noyes had returned to England a year after coming in 1638. He returned to his land in England he had sold to John Bent's widow Agnes. Peter Noyes now became indebted to her again for 80 pounds. He testified he left her with money to come to America with 2 grandchildren. These are probably the children not with him on the first trip to America.
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DWS: 'Walter Haynes of Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire, England and Sudbury, Massachusetts and His Descendants 1583-1928' Edited by Frances Haynes and Frederic Marshall Haynes 1929 Record Pblsh Co. pg: 41-42:
" OUR ANCESTOR PETER NOYES.
We give a few facts regarding Peter Noyes, because as three of his children married children of Walter Haynes he is of much interest to us.
He came in the 'Confidence' with Walter Haynes and other settlers of Sudbury; with him were two of his children: Thomas, 15 years old, and Elizabeth. The ship's passenger list reads, 'Peter Noyce of South* (Southampton) yeoman, 47.' Then, following the names of the two children, are given : 'Robert Davis 30, John Rutter 22, Margaret Davis, 26, his servants.' Though he is entered on the passenger list as yeoman, he is repeatedly mentioned in the records of his service in the community, as 'gentleman,' and the term 'Mr.' is often used, that being in those days a term of great respect. After a short stay in New England, he returned to the old country, coming back in 1639, it' the ship 'Jonathan.' With him were his children, Nicholas, Dorothy, Abigail, and Peter; also John Waterman, Richard Barnes, and William Street, servants.' Peter Noyes was very active in Sudbury development. It will be seen in the record of Walter Haynes' services that his name is often mentioned in the same enterprise. Other detail will be found in the History of Sudbury. He was made a freeman, 13 May 1640, was a Selectman for 18 years, and represented the town at the General Court in 1640-41 and 50. In 1654 he gave his estate in England to his son Thomas Noyes. He died 23 Sept. 1657. The day before his death he made a Will, making his son Thomas his executor. He makes bequests to his other children Peter,2 Joseph,2 Elizabeth,2 wife of Josiah Haynes (No. 7); Dorothy,2 wife of Dea. John2 Haynes (No. 6) ; Abigail,2 wife of Thomas Plympton ; his daughter-in-law Mary (Haynes) Noyes (No. 5), wife of his son Thomas; and his kinsman Shadrach Hapgood.
The family of Peter1 Noyes, Sr., died out in the male line in 1697, when his grandson Peter3 Noyes died of the small pox in London, while on a visit to England. Thomas2 Noyes, oldest son of Peter1 Noyes, Sr., had married Mary2 Haynes, but they had no children. Joseph2 Noyes, third son of Peter1 Sr., had (died in the Barbadoes about 1661. Will recorded 2 Apr. 1661. The Noyeses who later married Hayneses were descended from Joseph Noyes of Newbury, Mass. The Noyes Genealogy states that they have been unable to trace the English ancestry of the Noyes family in Newbury, or to find any connection between that family and Peter Noyes of Sudbury, our ancestor, though they think undoubtedly there was some connection. The Joseph Noyes, who appears in Sudbury in 1662, is of the Newbury line. He was b. in Newbury 15 Oct. 1637. He first appears on Sudbury Town Records 16 Feb. 1662,..."
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DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 17 pg 170-172, 254-260, 311-315
Sudbury Records: deaths pg 254
"Peter Noyes, Deacon of the chh. at Sudbury dyed 23 Sept. 1657 Rec'd of Ens. Thomas Noyes, Clerk as attests Tho. Danforth , Recorder"
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DWS: Richard Cutter's New England Families vol IV p 1965
referencing dau Dorothy who married John Haynes: "Her father was a deputy to the general court from Sudbury in 1640-41-50; was selectman of Sudbury twenty-one years ; admitted freeman May 13, 1640; commissioner, and a leading citizen.
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DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 3 pg 242
Was listed as Peter Noyce freeman in Sudbury in May, 1673
downline gedcom of Dorothy Noyes from
Neil R. Balcom
1 Balcom Drive
Wolfville NS B4P 1X8
www.go.ednet.ns.ca/~neil
(902) 542-3487


Elizabeth

Neil R. Balcom
1 Balcom Drive
Wolfville NS B4P 1X8
www.go.ednet.ns.ca/~neil
(902) 542-3487
shows her as Elizabeth
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Joseph Noyes

DWS: 'Walter Haynes of Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire, England and Sudbury, Massachusetts and His Descendants 1583-1928' Edited by Frances Haynes and Frederic Marshall Haynes 1929 Record Pblsh Co. pg: 41-42:
" OUR ANCESTOR PETER NOYES.
....Joseph2 Noyes, third son of Peter1 Sr., had (died in the Barbadoes about 1661. Will recorded 2 Apr. 1661."


John Loker

DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 143 p. 328-329 October 1989:
'THE RIDDLESDALE ALIAS LOKER FAMILY
OF BURES SAINT MARY, SUFFOLK, ENGLAND
AND SUDBURY, MASSACHUSETTS
Douglas Richardson'
in notes regarding her father:
"JOHN; d. at Sudbury, Mass., 18 June 1653 (ibid., 314); m. ca. 1650 MARY DRAPER. John Lokers will (Middlesex Co. Probate File 14283) is transcribed in full in the Newton Genealogy, 17-18. Children; surname Loker: 1. John. 2. Mary, posthumous child, b. at Sudbury 28 Sept. 1653; m. at lancaster, Mass., 14 Nov. 1672, Jonas Prescott (Henry S. Nourse, ed., 'The Birth, Marriage and Death Register.... of Lancaster, Massachusetts 1643-1850' [Lancaster, 1890], 14)."
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DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 17 pg 170-172, 254-260, 311-315
Sudbury Records: births(of "Mary, daughter to John and Mary Loker, born 28 dy 7 mo 1653")
is this maybe a sister to our John. Merely a guess by DWS but dates and presence fits.
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SOURCE: A Genealogical History of the Rice Family Descendants of Deacon Edmund Rice by Andrew Henshaw Ward 1858:
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DWS: from George King on ERA TMGW data set CD Sep 2003:
John Loker1,2,3 (M)
d. a 1702
John Loker married Sarah Rice, daughter of Matthew Rice and Martha Lamson.1,3 John Loker died after 1702; as his wife Sarah was listed as wife, not widow, in her death record at Sudbury. It is likely that this is the John Loker who appears in the Sudbury VR (NEHGS) on page 314 as having died 10 November 1719. However, we would need a will or estate probate to confirm.4
He and Sarah Rice resided in 1677 at Sudbury, MA.5

Children of John Loker and Sarah Rice:
Sarah Loker+ (22 Oct 1676 - 12 Jun 1749)
John Loker (c 1678 - 03 May 1762)
Mary Loker+ (03 Aug 1680)
Henry Loker+ (09 Mar 1684/85)

1. [S1] Andrew Henshaw Ward, The Rice Family, pp. 7, 32.
2. [S2] Edmund Rice (1638) Association, Rice Family - Supp 1, p. 4.
3. [S3] Rice Gen'l Register, p. 3.
4. [S269] Sudbury MA, Sudbury, MA Vital Records, p. 314.
5. [S1] Andrew Henshaw Ward, The Rice Family, p. 32.
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DWS one source had him as LOCKHARD
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DWS: 'Walter Haynes of Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire, England and Sudbury, Massachusetts and His Descendants 1583-1928' Edited by Frances Haynes and Frederic Marshall Haynes 1929 Record Pblsh Co. pg:59-60
LOOKER
DWS asks was it Loker as the name was more common in the colonies. This was prob the spouse of Rachel Haynes in 1704/5. It was reported his name was John LOOKER of Sudbury.


Rachel Haynes

DWS: feels she married widower John Loker after his first wife died in 1702. It has been reported in one source his name was John LOCKHARD, in another John LOOKER. Marrying him at such a late date in both of their lives would explain why they had no children togetther. Needs more research.
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DWS: 'Walter Haynes of Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire, England and Sudbury, Massachusetts and His Descendants 1583-1928' Edited by Frances Haynes and Frederic Marshall Haynes 1929 Record Pblsh Co. pg:59-60
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DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 47 pgs 70-75
No children.
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DWS: Family History of Central NY, Vol. III, Central New York Family Histories, Page 1243-1246
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DWS: Richard Cutter's New England Families vol IV p 1965
No children.


Joseph Noyes

DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 17 pg 170-172, 254-260, 311-315
Sudbury Records: births pg 255
"Joseph, son of Joseph & Mary Noyes born 16 Aug 1663"
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DWS: 'Walter Haynes of Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire, England and Sudbury, Massachusetts and His Descendants 1583-1928' Edited by Frances Haynes and Frederic Marshall Haynes 1929 Record Pblsh Co. pg: 60
"date of his death not known but his wife Ruth's record says 'Ruth w. of Joseph (Noyes)' "
thus he must of been alive as she was his wife not widow at her death 20 May 1727.
8 children listed


Ruth Haynes

DWS: 'Walter Haynes of Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire, England and Sudbury, Massachusetts and His Descendants 1583-1928' Edited by Frances Haynes and Frederic Marshall Haynes 1929 Record Pblsh Co. pg: 59-60
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DWS: Family History of Central NY, Vol. III, Central New York Family Histories, Page 1243-1246
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DWS: Richard Cutter's New England Families vol IV p 1965
Several children, all but three died young.


Thomas Noyes

DWS: 'Walter Haynes of Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire, England and Sudbury, Massachusetts and His Descendants 1583-1928' Edited by Frances Haynes and Frederic Marshall Haynes 1929 Record Pblsh Co. pg: 60


Moses Noyes

DWS: 'Walter Haynes of Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire, England and Sudbury, Massachusetts and His Descendants 1583-1928' Edited by Frances Haynes and Frederic Marshall Haynes 1929 Record Pblsh Co. pg: 60


Joseph Noyes

DWS: 'Walter Haynes of Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire, England and Sudbury, Massachusetts and His Descendants 1583-1928' Edited by Frances Haynes and Frederic Marshall Haynes 1929 Record Pblsh Co. pg: 60
DWS: must have died before a sibling with the same name is born .


Josiah Noyes

DWS: 'Walter Haynes of Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire, England and Sudbury, Massachusetts and His Descendants 1583-1928' Edited by Frances Haynes and Frederic Marshall Haynes 1929 Record Pblsh Co. pg: 60


Ruth Noyes

DWS: 'Walter Haynes of Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire, England and Sudbury, Massachusetts and His Descendants 1583-1928' Edited by Frances Haynes and Frederic Marshall Haynes 1929 Record Pblsh Co. pg: 60


Capt David Haynes

DWS: 'Walter Haynes of Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire, England and Sudbury, Massachusetts and His Descendants 1583-1928' by Frances Haynes and Frederic Marshall Haynes 1929 Record Pblsh Co. pg 60 & 66:
"CAPT. DAVID,3 b. 4 May 1670 ( or 1671), in Sudbury; m. Tabitha Stow of Framingham, b. 4 May 1672. His will was probated 9 Feb. 1756. His son-in-law, Hezekiah Moore, was administrator. This David Haynes is spoken of as 'Captain.' Mentioned on Sudbury West Side Church List, 18 Mar. 1724-5. He was executor of will of his father, John2 Haynes. This will left to David,3 among other things, 'his book of survey and his surveying instruments.' He is probably the David Haynes mentioned as Surveyor in Worcester, in early Worcester Records from 1714 to 1737. 'About 1718 David3 Haynes was one of grantees in third settlement at Worcester. He sold his land there 5 Mar. 1721-2 to Obadiah Ward of Sudbury.' From Reminiscences of Worcester, Caleb A. Wall. Is also the David Haynes. Gen't., of Sudbury, summoned before the General Court, for traveling on Sunday, 1734. From 'Colonial Laws of Mass., Oct. 1668: 'As an Addition to the Law for preventing prophaning the Sabbath day by doing servile work; this Court doth Order that whatsoever Person in this jurisdiction, shall travel upon the Lord's day, either upon horse-back, or on foot, or by boats, from, or out of their own Town, to any unlawful assembly or meeting not allowed by Law, are hereby declared to be prophaners of the Sabbath, and shall be provided against as the persons that prophane the Lord's day by doing servile work.' Oct. 1746 Capt. David Haynes was excused from paying taxes for his 'pool' or 'poll.' Probably the latter. He died of cancer nine years later. (Dr. Stearns' Notes.) The inscription on his grave at Sudbury Center is as follows : 'In Memory of Cap. David Haynes Who died Oct.'r ye 19th A. D. 1755, in ye 85th year of his Age.' On his wife's grave: 'In Memory of Mrs. Tabitha Haynes, ye wife of Cap't David Haynes. She died April ye 18th 1755 in ye 82nd Year of her Age.' "
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DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 47 pgs 70-75
"m. Tabithy Stone"
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DWS: Family History of Central NY, Vol. III, Central New York Family Histories, Page 1243-1246
spouse Tabithy Stone from Farmingham, MA ??
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DWS: Richard Cutter's New England Families vol IV p 1965


Tabitha (Tabithy) Stone

DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 17 pg 170-172, 254-260, 311-315
Sudbury Records: births
"Tabitha, daughter of Daniel and Mary Stone, born 4 May 1673"
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DWS: 'Walter Haynes of Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire, England and Sudbury, Massachusetts and His Descendants 1583-1928' by Frances Haynes and Frederic Marshall Haynes 1929 Record Pblsh Co. pgs 60 & 66: shown as Tabitha STOW of Framingham b. 4 May 1672.


David Haynes

DWS: 'Walter Haynes of Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire, England and Sudbury, Massachusetts and His Descendants 1583-1928'
by Frances Haynes and Frederic Marshall Haynes 1929 Record Pblsh Co. pg 66:
died young


Josiah Howe

DWS: 'Walter Haynes of Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire, England and Sudbury, Massachusetts and His Descendants 1583-1928' Edited by Frances Haynes and Frederic Marshall Haynes 1929 Record Pblsh Co. pg: 58
of Marlborough at time of marriage 18 May 1671 to Mary Haynes
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"DWS: A Genealogical Dictionary Of The First Settlers Of New England By James Savage,
Former President Of The Massachusetts Historical Society Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. Originally Published Boston, 1860-1862:
"JOSIAH, Marlborough, s. of the first John, m. 18 May 1671, Mary Haynes, had Mary, 1672, d. young; Mary, again, 1674, d. young; Josiah, 1678;Daniel, 5 May 1681; Ruth, 1684; and Dorothy. His wid. m. a Prescott."
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DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 17 pg 170-172, 254-260, 311-315
Sudbury Records: marriage
Josiah How & Mary Haynes 18 May 1671
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Mary Haynes

DWS: 'Walter Haynes of Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire, England and Sudbury, Massachusetts and His Descendants 1583-1928' Edited by Frances Haynes and Frederic Marshall Haynes 1929 Record Pblsh Co. pg: 58
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DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 47 pgs 70-75
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DWS: Family History of Central NY, Vol. III, Central New York Family Histories, Page 1243-1246
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DWS: Richard Cutter's New England Families vol IV p 1965
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Mary Howe

DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 47 pgs 70-75
died young
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DWS: 'Walter Haynes of Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire, England and Sudbury, Massachusetts and His Descendants 1583-1928' Edited by Frances Haynes and Frederic Marshall Haynes 1929 Record Pblsh Co. pg: 58 died young
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Mary Howe

DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 47 pgs 70-75
died young
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DWS: 'Walter Haynes of Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire, England and Sudbury, Massachusetts and His Descendants 1583-1928' Edited by Frances Haynes and Frederic Marshall Haynes 1929 Record Pblsh Co. pg: 58 died young
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John Roper

DWS: Richard Cutter's New England Families vol IV p 1965
... John Roper, of Charlestown .... Two of sons, Ephraim and John, were killed in the massacre at Lancaster.


Alice

DWS: 'Walter Haynes of Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire, England and Sudbury, Massachusetts and His Descendants 1583-1928' Edited by Frances Haynes and Frederic Marshall Haynes 1929 Record Pblsh Co. pg: 58-59
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Joseph Freeman

DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 17 pg 170
Sudbury Records:
"Joseph, son of John and Elizabeth ffreeman (Freeman) born, 29th, 1st mo, 1645
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Dorothy Haynes

DWS: 'Walter Haynes of Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire, England and Sudbury, Massachusetts and His Descendants 1583-1928' Edited by Frances Haynes and Frederic Marshall Haynes 1929 Record Pblsh Co. pg:59
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DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 47 pgs 70-75
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DWS: Family History of Central NY, Vol. III, Central New York Family Histories, Page 1243-1246
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DWS: Richard Cutter's New England Families vol IV p 1965
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John Freeman

DWS: 'Walter Haynes of Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire, England and Sudbury, Massachusetts and His Descendants 1583-1928' Edited by Frances Haynes and Frederic Marshall Haynes 1929 Record Pblsh Co. pg:59
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DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 17 pg 170
Sudbury Records:
married and had children


Joseph Freeman

DWS: 'Walter Haynes of Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire, England and Sudbury, Massachusetts and His Descendants 1583-1928' Edited by Frances Haynes and Frederic Marshall Haynes 1929 Record Pblsh Co. pg:59
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DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 17 pg 170
Sudbury Records:
married and had children


Dorothy Freeman

DWS: 'Walter Haynes of Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire, England and Sudbury, Massachusetts and His Descendants 1583-1928' Edited by Frances Haynes and Frederic Marshall Haynes 1929 Record Pblsh Co. pg:59
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Elizabeth Freeman

DWS: 'Walter Haynes of Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire, England and Sudbury, Massachusetts and His Descendants 1583-1928' Edited by Frances Haynes and Frederic Marshall Haynes 1929 Record Pblsh Co. pg:59
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DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 17 pg 170
Sudbury Records:
married but no children


John Freeman

DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 47 pg 71-75


Elizabeth Noyes

DWS: Her maiden name was NOYCE (NOYES)
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DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 47 pg 71-75
"m.1 John Freeman, had one son Joseph, and a daughter who married Thomas Gats? of Stow, and had several children, m. (2) Josiah Haynes
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DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 47 pgs 70-75
"Josiah Haynes born in England; married 13 Nov 1646, Elizabeth, daughter of Peter Noyes, widow of John Freeman"
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The English Ancestry of Peter Noyes". Boston: N.E. Historic Genealogical Society; 1998
Came on 'Confidence' of London, 200 tons, John Jobson, Master.
dau of Peter Noyce of Penton, Co, of Southhampton (England)
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DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 17 pg 170
Sudbury Records:
"Josiah Haine & Elizabeth ffreeman, 13 Nov 1646"
She a widow of ffreeman (Freeman)
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Walter Haynes

found as HAYNE, HAINES, HAYNES, HAINE
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DWS: 'Walter Haynes of Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire, England and Sudbury, Massachusetts and His Descendants 1583-1928' Edited by Frances Haynes and Frederic Marshall Haynes 1929 Record Pblsh Co. pg 13.
"Walter Haynes was born in Old England in 1583, but we have been unable to find the exact locality. He had been living in Sutton Mandeville, county of Wilts, before he sailed for New England."
... first went to Watertown, Mass. and within the year removed to Sudbury.
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DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 2 pgs 108-110
'Passengers for New England 1638'
'The List of the names of the Passengers intended for New-England, in the good shipp, the Confidence of London, of 200 tonnes, John Jobson Master, and thus by vertue of Lord Treasurers warrant on the 11th of April, 1638.'
"Walter Hayne of Sutton, Mandifield, Co. of Wilts (England) as a Lennen Weaver aged 55
Eliza, his wife
his children under 16 years of age.:
Thomas Hayne
John Hayne
Josias Hayne
Saffrance (later ed of the NEHGS corrected to Sufferance) Hayne
Mary
servants
John Blanford
John Riddet
Richard Bildcombe"
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DWS: from 'Puritan Village' by Sumner Chilton Powell
he "lived in an area of Wiltshire greatly disturbed by local controversies over Non-conformity. The parishes of Sutton Mandeville, Donhead St. Andrew, and Donhead St. Mary lay close together and many of the families within them were linked by kinship and by marriage. All three parishes became involved in the church courts. "
..." Edward Goodnow and Roger Strong, churchwardens of Donhead St. Andrew, were cited in ... [1634] for ... wanderings from their parish church. They were required to do public penance and to contribute thirty shillings to the poor of their parish, a heavy fine.
Bert Sanger, and other preachers, had an irrestible appeal. The whole Goodnow family was drawn to these vigorous sermons and to others of a similar Non-conformist variety. In February 1637, Ralph, Simon, and Edmund Goodnow were forced to come before their archdeacon once again. They were all presented 'for going to Shaftesbury to church on Sundays and Holy Days'... The archbishop cited the canon and told them to reappear the following month, with a certificate from their parish minister that they had attended morning and evening prayers in their own parish church.
All three Goodnows obeyed dutifully. They did not openly show their resentment... But some had seen and heard enough. Joined by Walter Haines of Sutton Mandeville and William Kerley of Ashmore, a large Goodnow tribe headed for embarkation to New England aboard the Confidence. Ralph and Simon remained at home. But Edmond and John and Thomas were never again to stand humbled before an archdeacon's authority. From 1638 onward, they were determined to establish the true path to God, narrow though it might be."
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DWS:from Richard Cutter's New England Families vol IV p 1965
The Haynes family in England HAYNES dates back to the time when surnames came into use. The American line probably extends to Robert Haynes, who was born about 1476 and who was living in 1546, when his will was dated. The will of Alice Haynes, mother of the American immigrant Walter, is printed in the New England Genealogical Register (vol. 39, p. 263). She was of Semley, Wiltshire, and was born about 1550, died in 1623.

I) Walter Haynes, the immigrant ancestor, was born in Sutton Mandifield, Wiltshire, England, in 1583. He owned a house and other buildings on the island of Purbeck, in the southeast part of Dorsetshire. He came to New England in the same ship with Peter Noyes, Yeoman, of Benton, Southampton, with his wife, Eliza Haynes, and Thomas, John and Josiah Haynes, sons under sixteen, daughters Suffrance and Mary, and servants John Blandford, John Rediat and Richard Biddlecome, arriving in Boston in 1638. His family was closely connected with the Noyes family. About a year after coming to Massachusetts, Haynes removed from Watertown to Sudbury, having received a grant there December 22, 1639. He became one of the foremost citizens of that town, being on its first board of selectmen in 1639 and serving ten years altogether in that office. He was perhaps the first to build a house on the west side of Sudbury river, and is believed to have built the old Haynes garrison house which stood until the middle of the nineteenth century. The Haynes homestead was in the northeast section of the town, called the Pantry district. Haynes was admitted a freeman May 13, 1641; was deputy to the general court in 1641-44-48-51; was a member of the Artillery Company of Boston. He learned the trade of linen weaver in England, but was a farmer in Sudbury. He died at Sudbury, February 14, 1664-5. His will, dated May 25, 1659, with codicil March 4, 1663-4, proved April 4, 1665, bequeathed to wife Elizabeth; sons Thomas, John and Josiah; sons-in-law Thomas Noyes and Roger Gourd; and to his daughter (wife of Gourd) a tenement in Shaston, Dorsetshire. Children Thomas ; John; mentioned below ; Josiah, married Elizabeth Noyes ; Suffrance, married Josiah Tredway; Mary, married Thomas Noyes; a daughter, wife of Roger Gourd.
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From: Neil R. Balcom
1 Balcom Drive
Wolfville NS B4P 1X8
www.go.ednet.ns.ca/~neil
(902) 542-3487
"Walter Haynes A&HAC
his source: NEHGR vol. 47 pp. 71-75.
Born in Sutton, England, he also owned a house and out-buildings in the village of Shaston, situated in the island of Purbeck, in the south-eastern portion of Dorsetshire. He, with his family and servants, arrived in Boston in 1638, on the ship "Confidence" (Savage, also NEHGR vol. II p. 108). In the same ship came Peter Noyes, yeoman, of Penton, county of Southampton, with children and servants.
Walter Haynes was a linen weaver, and was 55 years of age when he came to this country. About a year after his arrival, he with others removed from Watertown, having obtained a grant for a township named Sudbury, where they settled 22 Dec 1639. He was made freeman 1640, was representative in the years 1641, 1644, 1648 and 1651, and was one of the Selectmen of Sudbury for ten years. He died 14 Feb 1665, aged 82. (See Whitman's History of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company, 1842, p. 97.) Nothing is known of his wife Elizabeth.
SOURCE: History and Lineage Book Vol V (and others) of the National Society Women Descendants of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company. Service in the A&HAC in 1639.
DEATH: Sudbury VR.
SOURCE: Richard Cutter's New England Families vol IV p 1965."
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DWS:Family History of Central NY, Vol. III, Central New York Family Histories, Page 1243-1246
HAYNES
Walter Haynes, immigrant ancestor, was born in Sutton Mandifield, Wiltshire, England, in 1583. He also owned a house and other buildings on the island of Purbeck in the southeast part of Dorsetshire. He came to New England in the same ship with Peter Noyes, yeoman, of Penton, Southampton. with his wife Eliza; sons under sixteen years of age, Thomas, John and Josiah; daughters Suffrance and Mary; and servants John Blandford, John Rediat and Richard Biddlecome, arriving in Boston in 1638. His family and that of Peter Noyes intermarried. About a year after his arrival in this country Haynes removed from Watertown, Massachusetts, to Sudbury, having a grant of land there December 22, 1639. He was one of the foremost citizens, and was on the first board of selectmen in 1639 and served the town tell years altogether as selectman. He was one of the first, perhaps the very first, to build on the west side of the Sudbury river and is believed to have built the Haynes garrison house which was near the old 1laynes home. The garrison house stood until the middle of the nineteenth century. The Haynes homestead was in the northeast section of the town in the part called the Pantry district. Hon. G. F. Gerry, a lineal descendent of Haynes, has written a charming poem entitled "Pantry School" (see "History of Sudbury," P. 510). Haynes was admitted a freeman, May 13, 1641: deputy to the general court in 1641-44-48-51. He was commissioner to settle small causes, 1645. He was a member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company (see "Whitman's History of the Company," 1842, p. 97). Haynes had learned the trade of linen weaver. He died February 14, 1664-65. His will was dated May 25, 1659. with codicil dated March 4, 1663-64, and proved April 4, 1665, bequeathing to wife Elizabeth; sons Thomas, John and Josiah; son-in-law Thomas Noyes; son-in-law Roger Gourd and "my daughter his wife" a tenement in Shaston, Dorsetshire. England. The will of Alice Haynes, his mother, is printed in the New England Genealogical Register (vol. XXXIX, p. 263). A Thomas Haynes died in Sudbury, July 28, 1640. The will of Walter Haynes states that his son Thomas was then away from home. Many of the facts in this sketch were preserved by John Haynes, born 1684, and written when he was nearly ninety years of age. The manuscript is now or lately was in possession of a descendant, Frederick Haynes Newell. The historian of Sudbury (Hudson) writes of the Haynes family: "The family is well known and quite numerous in Sudbury. Members have lived in various parts of the town and have held prominent offices. civil and military." Children: Thomas: John, mentioned below; Josiah, married Elizabeth, (laughter of Peter Noyes; Suffrance, married Josiah Tredwav, of Watertown: Mary, married Thomas Noyes, had no children: daughter, mentioned in will, married Roger Gourd and remained in England.
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Elizabeth Gourd

DEATH: From the History and Lineage Book Vol V, p. 1, Women Descendants of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company.
DEATH: Sudbury VR.
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from S Neal
MJR6387@aol.com
May be Elizabeth GOURD
birth 1585 in Shaftesbury,Dorsetshire,Eng
Death: 15 Jun 1659 in Sudbury,Middlesex,Ma
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DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 17 pg 170-172, 254-260, 311-315
Sudbury Records:death 15 June 1659


Thomas Haynes

DWS:Family History of Central NY, Vol. III, Central New York Family Histories, Page 1243-1246
died single.
A Thomas Haynes died in Sudbury, July 28, 1640. The will of Walter Haynes states that his son Thomas was then away from home.
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DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 17 pg 170
Sudbury Records: Thomas Haine dyed 28 May 1640
DWS: from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 1847-1994 Vol 47 pgs 70-75
died single
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DWS: 'Walter Haynes of Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire, England and Sudbury, Massachusetts and His Descendants 1583-1928' Edited by Frances Haynes and Frederic Marshall Haynes 1929 Record Pblsh Co. pg: 57 died in Sudbury, 28 July 1640