Person:John Hayward (4)

m. abt 1624
  1. John Hayward1626 - abt 1710
  2. Elizabeth Hayward1627 - 1705
  3. Thomas Hayward - 1698
  4. Susanna Hayward1632 - 1661
  5. Martha Hayward1634 - Bet 1701 and 1703
  6. Nathaniel Hayward1639 -
  7. Elisha Hayward1649 - 1710
  8. Mary Hayward1651 - 1707
  9. Deacon Joseph Hayward1656 - 1718
  • HJohn Hayward1626 - abt 1710
  • WSarah MitchellAbt 1641 - Abt 1731
m. by 1661
  1. Sarah Hayward1663 - 1737
  2. John Hayward1667 - 1705
  3. Joseph Hayward1669 -
  4. Mary Hayward1672 - 1712
  5. Deacon Thomas Hayward1674 - 1741
  6. Benjamin Hayward1677 - 1684
  7. Susanna Hayward1680 - 1746
  8. Elizabeth Hayward1683 - 1759
  9. Benoni Hayward1686 -
  10. Mercy Hayward1687 -
Facts and Events
Name[1][2] John Hayward
Gender Male
Birth? say 1626 Aylesford, Kent, England
Marriage by 1661 Bridgewater, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United Statesto Sarah Mitchell
Death[3] abt 1710 Bridgewater, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United Statesestate settled


Hercules (1635)
From Hotten:s Original Persons: "Of all such persons as embarked themselves in the good ship called the Hercules, of Sandwicxh, of the burthen of 200 tons, John Witherley, master, and therein transported from Sandwich to the plantation called New England in America; with the cerificates from the ministers where they last dwelt of their conversation, and conformity to the orders and discipline of the church, and that they had taken the oath of allegiance and supremacy. (The certificates, all dated February and March, 1634, are here omitted.)
Sailed: early 1635 from Sandwich, Kent, England under Master John Witherley
Arrived: summer 1635 at Boston, Massachusetts Bay Colony

Passengers:
~50 (Full List)
Jonas Austen family - Thomas Besbeech family (and Egelden children, servant Agnes Love, Thomas Neuley, Joseph Pacheing) - James Bennet - Jno. Best - Thomas Bonney - Thomas Bridgen family - Robert Brook family (and Gallant children) - Thomas Champion - Isaac Cole family (servant Rose Tritton) - Hen. Ewell - Parnel Harris - William Hatch family (servants Joseph Ketchrell - Simon Ketcrell - William Holmes, Symon Sutton, Lydia Wells)- Samuel Hinkley family - Thomas Heyward family - Margaret Johnnes - Jno. Lewis family - Em. Mason - Jos. Rootes - James Sayers - Comfort Starre family (servant John Turkey) - Nathaniel Tilden family (servant Sara Couchman, Edward Ford, Thomas Lapham, Marie Perien) - Fannet not Wise - William Witherell family (servant Anne Richards) -

Resources: Primary Sources:
Other information: Sandwich history - Hotten's list - Bisbee (longer list and includes history of lists)


References
  1. Thomas Hayward, in Anderson, Robert Charles; George F. Sanborn; and Melinde Lutz Sanborn. The Great Migration: Immigrants to New England, 1634-1635. (NEHGS, 1999-2011).

    Children... ii John b. say 1626, m. by 1661 Sarah Mitchell, daughter of EXPERIENCE MITCHELL {1623 Plymouth} [GMB 2:1270-73; TAG 59:31]

  2. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society), 75:219.

    On 14 March 1634/5, "Thos Hayward of Aylesford in Kent Taylor & Susanna his Wife," with children Thomas, John, Elizabeth, Susan, and Martha were enrolled at Sandwich as passengers for New England on the Hercules.

  3. Mitchell, Nahum. History of the Early Settlement of Bridgewater, in Plymouth County, Massachusetts: including an extensive family register. (Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States: Printed for the author by Kidder & Wright, 1840 (reprinted 1897)), pp. 181-182.

    John (s. of Thomas i) commonly called JOHN OF THE PLAIN, to distinguish him from John Haward (both being pronounced alike, Howard): he m. Sarah, D. of Experience Mitchell; and had Sarah 1663, John 1667, Joseph 1669, Mary 1672, Thomas 1674, Benjamin 1677, Susanna 1680, Elizabeth 1683, Benoni 1686, Mercy 1687.—His estate settled 1710.—Sarah m. Nathaniel Brett 1683.—Mary m. William Ames 1698.—Susanna m. Thomas Hayward 1702.—Elizabeth m. Edmund Rawson1717.—Benoni m. Hannah Gould 1717, and Hannah Page 1743; qu. if she did not m. Ephraim Cleaveland 1747.—He lived on the Plain between the late old Mr. Jonathan Copeland's and the old Powder House, where his son-in-law Nath'l Brett lived after him and where young Jonathan Copeland lives now.