Person:Elizabeth Hays (17)

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Elizabeth Hays
m. ABT 1726
  1. Isabella HaysABT 1727 -
  2. John Hays1728 - 1796
  3. William HaysABT 1730 - 1795
  4. James Hays1739/40 - 1817
  5. Robert Hays1742 - 1819
  6. Francis Hays1744 - 1826
  7. Isabel Hays1746 -
  8. Jane Hays1748 -
  9. Mary Hays1750 -
  10. Elizabeth Hays1752 - 1812
m. 1776
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Name Elizabeth Hays
Gender Female
Birth? 1752 Pennsylvania
Marriage 1776 Northampton County, Pennsylvaniato Thomas Wilson
Death? DEC 1812 Beaver County, Pennsylvania

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Old Chester
Hays Tapestry
Hays Registers
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Index
YDNA. Hays

……………………..The Tapestry
Families Old Chester OldAugusta Germanna
New River SWVP Cumberland Carolina Cradle
The Smokies Old Kentucky

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Source

Source:Egle, William Henry. Pennsylvania Genealogies; Scotch-Irish and German:Henry Egle - January 1, 1886

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Thomas Wilson,3 (Hugh,2 Thomas,1) b. in 1724. According to the tradition among his descendants, he was about twelve years old when his father, Hugh, emigrated from Ireland. He married, in 1760, Elizabeth Hays, daughter of John Hays and Jane, (Love) his wife, who emigrated from Londonderry, Ireland, and after a short stay in Chester county, removed to the "Irish Settlement" Thomas Wilson was, during the Revolution, largely engaged in supplying the Continental army with flour. He was paid in Continental currency, and suffered heavily by its depreciation. In consequence, he sold his land in Allen township, and removed to Buffalo Valley, now Union county, in 1792. He purchased the farm on which the Union county fair buildings are located, about one mile west of Lewisburg on the turnpike, where he died, February 25, 1799, according to the inscription on his tombstone, in the Lewisburg cemetery, aged seventy-four years. His widow removed, in 1803, with her sons, William and Thomas, to Beaver county, Pa., where she died in December, 1812.