Person:Walter Haynes (1)

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Walter Haynes
b.Abt 1583
m. 23 Oct 1575
  1. John Haynes1576 -
  2. Margery Haynes1578 -
  3. William Haynes1580 -
  4. Elizabeth Haynesabt 1582 -
  5. Walter HaynesAbt 1583 - 1664/65
  6. Susan Haynes1585 -
  7. Rose Haynes1587 -
  8. Grace HaynesABT 1589 -
  9. Dorothy Haynes1601 -
m. 1612
  1. Thomas Haynesabt 1608 -
  2. Josiah Haynesabt 1612 -
  3. Deliverance HaynesABT 1613 -
  4. Thomay Haynes1615 -
  5. Mary Haynesabt 1616 - 1697/8
  6. Elizabeth Haynes1616 -
  7. Sufferance Haynes1620 - 1682
  8. John Haynes1621 - ABT 1697
  9. Josiah Haynes1623 - 1698
  10. Gourd HaynesABT 1626 -
  11. Roger HaynesABT 1632 -
Facts and Events
Name Walter Haynes
Gender Male
Birth[3] Abt 1583
Marriage 1612 Shaston, Dorset, Englandto Elizabeth Gourd
Emigration[3] 1638 On the Confidence.
Will[5] 25 May 1659 Will written
Will[5] 4 Mar 1663/64 Codicil
Death[2][4] 14 Feb 1664/65 Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
Probate[5] 4 Apr 1665

He was one of first settlers of Sudbury, MA. Was a linen weaver in England and owned property in Sutton Mandeville, Co. Wilts and Shafton (Shaftsbury), Co. Dorset. Held many offices in Sudbury. See Walter Haynes and His Descendants[1].

The Confidence (1638)
Part of the Great Migration. Passengers included John Sanders returning from England with the patent for what would become Salisbury, MA.
Sailed: 24 April 1638 from Southampton, England under Master John Jobson
Arrived: Jun 1638 at Boston, Massachusetts.

Passengers:
~90 (Full list)
Augustin Bearce - John Benton family - Richard Bidgooed (probably John Osgood) - John Binson family - Edmund Goodenow family - John Goodenow family - Thomas Goodenowe family - Ursula Goodenow - Nicholas Guy family (servants Taynter, Bayley) - Walter Hayne family (servants Blanford, Riddet, Bildcombe) - John Illsley - William Ilsbey (Illsley) and wife (servant Davies) - Thomas Jones family (servants Baunche, Denley) - Keene family - Stephen & Margery Kent (servants Churche, Marche, Sadler, Wellington, Kent) - Edmund Kerley family - John Ludwell (servants Haugert, Whealer) - Edmund Morres - Peter Noyce family (servants Rutter, Davis) - Sarah Osgood and children (servant Parke) - Joseph Parker - Roger Porter family - John Roaff (Rolfe) family (servant Sanger) - John Sanders family (servants Eastsman, Black, Cottle, King) - John Stephens family (Servants Lowgie) - Martha Wilder & daughter

Resources: Transcription at Olive Tree - Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guilt

References
  1. Haynes, Frances, and Frederic Marshall Haynes. Walter Haynes of Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire, England, and Sudbury, Massachusetts, and his descendants, 1538-1928. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1970), pg 13.

    "Walter Haynes was born in Old England in 1583, but we have been unable to find the exact locality."
    [Note, the passenger list lists his current residence of Sutton Mandeville causing some (like Cutter) to carelessly say he was born there. Walter's will bequeaths to his daughter Gourd, who lived in England, lands in Shaston, Dorsetshire, England. His mother who mentioned him in her will of 1620/21 was from Place:Semley, Wiltshire, England (see Source:NEHGR, p. 39:263). He is called "Cozen Walter Hayne of Semly" in the will of Ursula Goodenow dated 1633/34 (Source:TAG, p. 61:66). The last may be the best guess at his birthplace.]

  2. Haynes, Frances, and Frederic Marshall Haynes. Walter Haynes of Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire, England, and Sudbury, Massachusetts, and his descendants, 1538-1928. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1970), pg 20-21.

    "An Inventory of the lands, goods, money,and estate, and debts of Mr. Walter Haynes of Sudbury, who dec'ed the 14th of february 1664, exactly taken by us underwritten the 28th of february 1664, is as followeth, ...." Signed Edmund Goodenow and Thomas Plimpton.

  3. 3.0 3.1 Coldham, Peter Wilson. The complete book of emigrants, 1607-1660: a comprehensive listing compiled from English Public Records of those who took ship to the Americas for political, religious, and economic reasons; of those who were deported for vagrancy, roguery, or non-conformity; and of those who were sold to labour in the new colonies. (Baltimore [Maryland]: Genealogical Pub. Co., c1987), 195.

    [1638] 24 April. List of passengers from Southampton for New England by the Confidence of London, Mr. John Jobson [Master].

    Walter Hayne of Sutton Mandeville, Wilts, linen weaver 55 [birth about 1583], and Elizabeth his wife, their sons Thomas, John and Josias under 16 and daugheters Suffrance and Mary 5, and servants John Blanford 27, John Riddet 26, and Richard Bidlcombe 16; ...
    [Alternate source: Source:NEHGR, p. 2:108.]

  4. Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Vital Records of Sudbury, Massachusetts, to the Year 1850. (Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1903), 310.

    HAYNES, Walter, [died] Feb. 14, 1664. M.R.

  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 Cutter, William Richard. New England Families, Genealogical and Memorial: A Record of the Achievements of Her People in the Making of the Commonwealths and the Founding of a Nation. (New York, New York, United States: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1913-14), 4:1965.

    Walter Haynes, b. Sutton Mandifield, Wiltshire, England in 1583, d. Sudbury 14 Feb 1664-5, came to New England in 1638 with wife Eliza. Will dated 25 May 1659, codicil 4 Mar 1663/64, proved 4 Apr 1665, mentions wife Elizabeth; sons Thomas, John and Josiah; sons in law Thomas Noyes and Roger Gourd; daughter Gourd. [According to Source:NEHGR, p. 65:295, also mentions daughters Suffrans Treddoway and Mary Noyes.]