Person:Daniel Hayes (8)

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m. 29 Aug 1683
  1. Abigail Hayes1684 -
  2. Daniel Hayes1686 - 1756
  3. Sarah Hayes1687/88 -
  4. Mary Hayes1689/90 -
  5. Joanna Hayes1692 - 1780
  6. George Hayes1694/95 - 1765
  7. William Hayes1697 -
  8. Samuel HayesABT 1699 - AFT 1787
  9. Thankful HayesAbt 1701 - 1771
  10. Dorothy HayesABT 1703 - BEF 1761
  11. Benjamin HayesABT 1706 -
m. 01 MAR 1716
  1. Daniel Hayes1716 -
  • HDaniel Hayes1686 - 1756
  • WSarah Lee1692 - 1738
m. 04 MAY 1721
  1. Sarah Hayes1722 - 1750
  2. Ezekiel Hayes1723 - 1724
  3. Ezekiel Hayes1724 - 1807
  4. Benoni Hayes1726 - 1726
  5. Martha Hayes1726 -
  6. Joel Hayes1728 - 1800
  7. Elizabeth Hayes1730 - 1737
  8. Silence Hayes1731 - 1737
  9. Aaron Hayes1733 - 1737
  10. Zilpah Hayes1735 - 1737
  11. Zilpah HayesABT 1738 -
  • HDaniel Hayes1686 - 1756
  • WMaryEST 1715 -
m. ABT 1739
Facts and Events
Name Daniel Hayes
Gender Male
Birth[1][2][7] 26 APR 1686 Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut
Marriage 01 MAR 1716 Simsbury, Hartford County, Connecticutto Martha Holcomb
Other[4] OCT 1717 Freeman
Marriage 04 MAY 1721 Simsbury, Hartford County, Connecticutto Sarah Lee
Marriage ABT 1739 to Mary
Death[3] 23 SEP 1756 Granby, Hartford County, Connecticut
Burial[4] Salmon Brook Cemetery, Granby, Hartford County, Connecticut

Daniel was the great-great grandfather of President Rutherford B. Hayes.

In 1707/08, Daniel was taken prisoner by the Indians and held captive in Canada for five years.[5][6]

References
  1. Savage, James. A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England: Showing Three Generations of Those Who Came Before May, 1692, on the Basis of Farmer's Register. (Boston: Little, Brown, and Co, 1860-1862), vol. 2 .

    [Hayes] "GEORGE, Windsor 1682, had there Daniel, b. 1686; George, 1695; and William, 1697; beside four ds. rem. to Simsbury, and descend. long there."

  2. The Hayes Family of Windsor and Granby, CT, in The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society), Vol. 36, page 388.
  3. The Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center, Url: http://www.rbhayes.org/.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Hayes Family, supra, page 389.
  5. Holcomb, James and Randall. Holcomb Family Genealogy, Url: http:/www.holcombegenealogy.com/, "Daniel Hayes was taken prisoner by the Indians in 1707/08, carried to Canada, and kept in captivity at least five years. He earned his own ransom, for which he was reimbursed by Ct. Martha Buel Holcomb witnessed Daniels' capture far from her home as she was walking to get cows at the bottom of a far hill".
  6. Williams, Mark. Tempest in a Small Town: The Myth and Reality of Country Life, Granby, Connecticut, 1680-1940. (Salmon Brook Historical Society, Granby, Connecticut, 1996), page 101.
  7. Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States. Records of Births, Marriages, and Deaths, 1638-1925.

    Daniel son of George Hayes was born Aprill 26th 1686 (Bk I p. 20)