Records for David Hays in Chalkley's Chronicles

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WeRelate DOB POB DOD POD DOM POM Spouse Father Mother Notes
Person:David Hays (2) 1717 1776 Augusta, VA 1741 1) Jane 2) Isabella The immigrant
Person:David Hays (3) c1743 Augusta, VA 1814 Davidson County TN Ann Ware David (2) Jane
Person:David Hays (1), 1776 1806 Nashville TN Esther Montgomery Andrew (2) Margaret Stephenson
Person:David Hays (9) 1772 William (16) Jane Taylor
Person:David Hays (8) c1800 James (29) Mary Buster
Person:David Hays (5) c1805 David (1) Esther Montgomery David Orestes King Hays?
Person:David Hays ( )

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Prior to about 1764, the only known adult David Hays in the area was David (2). David (3) came of age in 1764, but we have no clear record for him until 1780. David (2) died in 1776. Apart from will records, records for a David Hays prior to 1780 are most likely for David (2). Records from about 1780 to about 1800 are most likely for David (3)-(born c1743), as other known David Hays would be minor children until that date.

1740-1779

Last First Vol N Link Year Text WeRelate Notes
Hays David 3 25 270 >1741 Page 35.--Joseph Reed, Taylor to David Hayes, yeoman, bought by Joseph from Beverley, 24th July, 1740, and deeded, 25th September, 1741; Wm. Beverley, corner Jno. Buchanan, James Robinson, Charles Campbell. Teste: Patrick Campbell. Person:David Hays (2) Date of actual sale to David hays not given in Chalkley. Presumably after 1741. Tracking history of Reed may yield likely date of sale. May be related to the Lawsuite against John McMaster
Hays David 1 4 296 1742 David Hays vs. John McMaster. Bond of defendant to William Ree, 9th March, 1742. "And if not liking and recovering the tract of land in the Irish Settlement in Virginia the above note is void." Writ dated 24th August, 1747. Person:David Hays (2) Indicates presence in Old Augusta by 1747. William Ree may be "William Reed" who might be a kinsman of Joseph Reed from whom David acquired property in the area at an early date
Hays David 3 25 30 1748 Page 515.--23d May, 1751. James McNutt's orphans. Settlement by Thos. Beard, administrator. Paid Mr. Burden for 185 acres bought by my wife (Thos. Beard's?) now, but before marriage. 17__ to Mr. Burden quit rents on 85 acres for 10 years. 1747 to Mr. Downs for quit rents. 1744 to Mr. Burden for quit rents, 300 acres. December 20th, 1748, paid David Hays rents debt due before marriage. Paid Wm. Nutt debt. 8th May, 1749, paid Wm. Hunter for work. 4th February, 1747, paid John Huston, debt. 9th December, 1748, paid John Roseman. debt. 10th May, 1748, paid Saml. Wilson, for bringing some linen from Penna. Paid to Widow Sheals, a debt. Paid to Robt. Alexander, for schooling James and Robert McNutt. Paid to James Dobbins, for schooling Alex. McNutt. Paid one new Bible, for Alex. McNutt. Paid one new Testament, for James McNutt. Paid one new spelling book, for the children, Person:David Hays (2) Settlement of estate of James McNutt. David Hays apparently owned property and McNutt was living on it prior to McNutts marriage, and therefor obligated to pay the quit rents on the property for the time he was living on the land. Estate is paying off this debt.
Hays David 3 25 274 1749 Page 283.--23rd August, 1749. B. Borden to David Hays. Delivered: Samuel Buchanan, 21st June, 1753. 124 acres of 92100. Person:David Hays (2)
Hays David 3 25 17 1750 Page 250.--7th March, 1750. James Berry's appraisement by Thomas Beard, James Trimble, David Hays. Person:David Hays (2)
Hays David not indexed 1750 Page 250.--7th March, 1750. James Berry's appraisement by Thomas Beard, James Trimble, David Hays. Person:David Hays (2)
Hays David 3 25 297 1751 Page 442.--21st August, 1751. John Lockhart and Rebecca, to David Hayes, 202-1/2 acres in Beverley Manor; Robert Ramsey's line. Person:David Hays (2)
Hays David not indexed 1751 Page 453.--27th August, 1751. David Hay, yeoman, and Jane, to William Thompson, weaver, 306 acres, Christian's Creek, sold by Beverley to Joseph Reed, taylor, 23d July, 1740; 25th September, 1741. Corner John Buchanan; David Moor's land; James Robinson's line; Charles Campbell's line; Patrick Campbell's corner. Person:David Hays (2)
Hays David 3 25 302 1752 Page 223.--20th May, 1752. Patrick Campbell, Sr., and Elizabeth, to Patrick Campbell, Jr., 212 acres. From Beverley to Patrick, Sr., 21st February, 1738; Wm. Thompson's line; Samuel Braford's and John Mitchel's lines; corner John Ward; corner Charles Campbell. Crossing Christian's Creek and South River. Teste: David Hay, Arthur Hamilton. Person:David Hays (2)
Hays David 3 not indexed 302 1752 Page 239.--20th May, 1752. Arthur Hammilton and Barbara to James Moffett, 200 acres. In Beverley Manor; corner Wm. Ledgerwood; Col. Patton's, alias James Kerr's, line. Teste: Robt. Cunningham, David Hay. Person:David Hays (2)
Hays David 3 25 307 1752 Page 533.--15th November, 1752. Borden, &c., to Wm. Berry, 130 acres of 92,100; James Trimble's line, near Moffett's Creek; Thomas Berry's line; David Hay's run. Delivered: Wm. Martin, July, 1760. Person:David Hays (2)
Hays David 3 25 310 1753 Page 125.--1st March, 1753. William Berry and Jane, to Thomas Berry, 65 acres Moffet's Creek; corner David Hays; part of 145 acres conveyed by Borden to Wm., 23d June, 1746. Person:David Hays (2)
Hays David 3 25 312 1753 Page 207.--21st March, 1753. Beverley by Lewis and Madison, 1753, to Thomas Teat, blacksmith, 170 acres on head of a branch of So., in Beverley Manor; David Hays's line. Person:David Hays (2)
Hays David 3 25 315 1753 Page 385.--15th August, 1753. Sarah Ramsey, widow, to John Fulton. 309 acres in Beverley Manor, cor. Robert Ramsey. Teste: Hugh Fulton, David Hay, Robert Ramsey, Jno. Kerr. Person:David Hays (2)
Hays David 1 4 440 1753 James McNutt's estate, by Thomas Beard, 15th August, 1753: Paid for land bought by Beard's wife before marriage, 1751. Paid quitrents for land for 10 years, 1751. Paid quitrents, 1744. Paid to Mr. David Hays debt before marriage. Paid to Robert Alexander for schooling James and Robert McNutt, one year, 1748. Paid to James Dobbins, same, for Alexander Person:David Hays (2)
Hays David 1 4 65 1754 AUGUST 24, 1754...(288) William White bound to David Hays. Person:David Hays (2)
Hays David 2 8 441 1755 Page 154.--1755: John Risk and John Shields processioned as follows, viz: For Robert Campbell, for James Hunter, for James Trotter, for John Shields, for James McCutchion, for Widow Campbell, for Widow Campbell, for Wm. Hunter, for Saml. McCutchen, for Thos. Berry, for John McCutchion, for David Campbell, for Wm. Campbell, for Wm. Ledgerwood. for James Moffet, for Nathl. Davies, for Nichs. Leeper, for Danl. Downey, for George Peny, for Saml. Sprowl, for Thos. Kirkpatrick, for Jno. Kirkpatrick, for Jno. Risk, for Jno. Risk, for Jno. Risk, for James Clark, for John Shields, Jr., for David Cunningham, for Chas. Berry, for James Callison, for James Marten, for Josiah Richarts, for David Hays, for Alex. McFeeters, for James Gilmore, for James Lockhart, for Alex. Richey, for Jacob Lockhart, for John Peny, for Mathew Willson, for John Willson, for Widow Patterson, for John McCillery, for James McCillery, for Arter Hamilton, for Wm. Buntin, for Robert Gamel, for Jno. Buchanan, for Patrick Cooks (deceased), for David Richey; Wm. Brown (said he was going to leave his land and didn't care about it). Person:David Hays (2)
Hays David 3 25 338 1755 Page 190.--28th June, 1755. Francis Beatey, surveyor, to Jno. Teat, plantationer, £25, 160 acres in Beverley Manor on Beverley Manor and Borden's lines, cor. survey for James Lockhart, gent., being the place known as Beatey's well place. Teste: David Hay, Jno. and Pat. Campbell, Thos. Teat. Person:David Hays (2)
Hays David 2 8 444 1756 Page 176.--1756: PRocessioned by John Tate and Samuel Doak, in Cap. James Mitchell's Company, viz: for Widow Mitchell, for Wm. Thompson, for james Robinson, for Charles Campbell, for Saml. Brawford, for John Mitchell, for Saml. Doak, for Widow Fulton, for Robt. Alexander, for Nathl. and Robt. Steele, for David Hays, for Helen Mitchell and Jno. Tate, for David Doak, for James Cowan, for Robert Sayers, for John Campbell, for Pat. Campbell, for John Ward, for Widow McTyre, for John and Alex. Brownlee, for Saml. Steele, for Patrick Hays, for John Fulton, for Thomas Tate, for Robert Willson. Person:David Hays (2)
Hays David 3 25 342 1756 Page 299.--30th March, 1756. David Hays and Jean to Nathaniel Steel, £77, 202-1/2 acres in Beverley Manor. Jno. Fulton's line. Teste: Samuel and Robert Steel. Person:David Hays (2)
Hays David 3 25 43 1756 Page 137.--17th March, 1756. Wm. Edmondson's bond as guardian (chosen) to James Hays, orphan of Geo. Hays; Andrew Steel, John Loggan, sureties. Person:David Hays (2)
Hays David 3 25 352 1757 Page 27.--14th November. 1757. Borden's executors to William Adams, £4, 336 acres, part of 92,100, on Moffets Creek; David Hays' line (ivery sapline?); Jas. Trimble's line. Teste: James Simpson. Person:David Hays (2)
Hays David 1 4 322 1758 David Hays vs. John Shields.--Attachment 28th April, 1758. John has removed. Person:David Hays (2)
Hays David 2 8 462 1759 Page 260.--1759: Processioned by James Gilmore and Samuel McCutcheon, viz: For David Cunningham, for Mathew Wilson, for John Buchanan, for Charles Berry, for Robert Gaml, for Thos. Berry, for David Hays, for James Bower, for Alex. Campbell, for Wm. Campbell, for James Moffett, for Arthur Hamilton, for Samuel Downey, for James Callison, for Alex. McFeeters, for David Campbell, for James McCutcheon, for John McCutcheon, for Wm. McCutcheon, for Wm. Sprowl, for Wm. Martin, for James Trotter, for Samuel McCutcheon, for Wm. McCutcheon, Jr., for James Hunter, for Robert Campbell, for John Risk, for James Gilmore, for Francis Donalay, for Wm. Ledgerwood, for Capt. James Lockhart, for Wm. Hunter. Person:David Hays (2)
Hays David 3 25 52 1759 Page 292.--21st March, 1759. Charles Hays' bond (with James Buchanan, David Hays) as administrator of James Lee. Person:David Hays (2)
Hays David 3 25 411 1763 Page 620.--17th November, 1763. William Adims (Adams) to George Jemison, £50, 336 acres in Borden's tract on Moffet's Creek; David Hays' line. James Trimble's'line. Teste: Wm. McCutchan, Wm. Kennedy. Samuel Steel. Jno. Handly, Andrew Kennady, Wm. Edmiston. Delivered: George Jamison, 17th January, 1787. Person:David Hays (2)
Hays David 3 25 90 1765 Page 407.--20th August, 1765. James Buchanan's appraisement (by David Hays, Jno. Wallace, Archibald Reaugh), recorded. Person:David Hays (2)
Hays David 3 25 453 1767 Page 311.--18th May, 1767. Thomas Teat (Tate) and Ann to George Bright, £28, 170 acres in Beverley Manor on the head of a branch of South River; David Hays line. Teste: James Tate, Wm. Campbell, Robert Doak. Delivered: George Bright, November, 1770. Person:David Hays (2)
Hays David 3 25 114 1770 Page 320.--21st August, 1770. Jane Martin's renunciation of right to administer in favor of George and Andrew Martin. Test: Joh Pettrson, Michael Harra, David Hays, Thomas Berry. Person:David Hays (2)
Hays David 3 25 505 1770 Page 16.--17th November, 1770. George Adam ( ) Bright and Mary ( ) to James and Samuel Gilliland, of County of York, £80, 170 acres in Beverley Manor at head of a branch of South River, David Hays line. Teste: Joseph Moore, James and John Tate. Person:David Hays (2)
Hays David 3 25 144 1775 Page 432.--27th February, 1775. David Hays' will--To wife, servant girl named Agness McGraw; to daughter, Johanna Buchanan; to daughter, Eloner Paxton; to daughter, Hannah Sawyers; to daughter, Mary Lapsley; to sons, David, William, Joseph, Robert, John, division. Executors, wife Isabella Hays, William Paxton, James Sawyers. Teste: Andrew Kinnear, George Berry, Agness Kinnear. Proved, 21st August, 1776, by solemn affirmation of the Kinnears. Isabella and Sawyers qualify. Paxton to be summoned. 19th August 1777, Paxton qualifies. Person:David Hays (2) Based on Will
Hays David 3 25 144 1775 Page 432.--27th February, 1775. David Hays' will--To wife, servant girl named Agness McGraw; to daughter, Johanna Buchanan; to daughter, Eloner Paxton; to daughter, Hannah Sawyers; to daughter, Mary Lapsley; to sons, David, William, Joseph, Robert, John, division. Executors, wife Isabella Hays, William Paxton, James Sawyers. Teste: Andrew Kinnear, George Berry, Agness Kinnear. Proved, 21st August, 1776, by solemn affirmation of the Kinnears. Isabella and Sawyers qualify. Paxton to be summoned. 19th August 1777, Paxton qualifies. Person:David Hays (3) Based on Will
Hays David 3 25 145 1776 Page 453.--29th October, 1776. David Hays' estate appraised by George Jameson, Andrew Kinnear, David Buchanan. Page 469.--18th March, 1777. Recorded. David Hays' further appraisement. Person:David Hays (2)
Hays David 3 25 148 1777 Page 514.--15th May, 1777. David Hays' estate appraised by George Jameson, Andrew Kinneer. Person:David Hays (2)
Hays David 3 25 561 1779 Page 152.--16th November, 1779. David Hays' executors to Robert McChestney. Person:David Hays (2)

1780-1800

Last First Vol N Link Year Text WeRelate Notes
Hays David 2 8 41 1780 "Buchanan vs. Campbell--Bond, 6th June, 1780, by Isaac Campbell and Saml. Wallace to David Hay, guardian to James Campbell, Jr., son to Pattrick Campbell, deceased. Test, James Cunningham, Jno. McCown, Jr. Declaration is as follows: David Buchanan, assignee of James Campbell, who was assignee of David Hay, complains of Isaac Campbell, surviving obligor of Isaac Campbell and Saml. Wallace, Patsey Wallace, Charles Grigsby and Elizabeth (his wife), late Elizabeth Wallace, James Wallace, James Grigsby and Rebecca (his wife), late Rebecca Wallace, relict of Saml. Wallace, heirs and representatives of said Saml., deceased. February,

1804."

Person:David Hays (3)
Hays David 3 25 173 1785 Page 480.--16th August, 1785. Commissioners report they cannot settle David Hays' estate for lack of vouchers. Person:David Hays (2) Presumably this is a record for the estate of David (2)
Hays David 2 8 166 1805 Morrison vs. Buchanan--O. S. 209; N. S. 74 -- Bill in Ohio County, Eigth November, 1805...[complex court case, pro parte] Jane Alien, widow of Robert Alien, Jr., living in Kentucky, vs. Jacob Butngardner, heirs of Isaac Hayes, heirs of James Flack--O. S. 210; N. S. 74 -- Patent by Dunmore, 20th June, 1772, to Thomas Walker, for 800 acres in Augusta, between Beverley Manor and South Mountain, cor. Lazarus Inman, John Campbell, Wm. Teas. Deed 30th October, 1801, by James E;lack and Mary, his wife, to James Hayes of Albemarl. Tract purchased from Jane Alien. Deed 30th October, 1801, by same to Jacob Bumgardner and Isaac Hayes; part of tract purchased from Jane Alien. Will of James Hayes of Albemarle: Nine children, viz: James, David, Isaac, Nathan- iel, Thomas, William, Mary, Sarah Ann, Malinda. Son John and daughter Elizabeth married, to Robert Brooks. Dated 6th December, 1812, and re- corded by the Circuit Court 13th May, 1813. Person:David Hays (1) David son of Andrew (2) who died in 1786.
Hays David 2 8 153 1810 Hays vs. Hays--O. S. 187; N. S. 66--Bill August, 1810. Complainants are, viz: David Orestes King Hays and Mary Hays, infant children of David Hays, deceased, by Robert Montgomery, their grandfather. Defendants are, viz: Andrew Hays, executor of John Hays, deceased; Michael, John, Campbell and James Hays. Complainants are children of David Hays, who was son of Andrew Hays, who died March, 1786, in Rockbridge, testate. About 1795 orator's father went to live with his brother, Joseph Hays, at Abingdon in Washington County, where he lived until 1804, when he removed to Nashville, Tenn., where he died, 1806, intestate and without property. He did not come of age until May, 1797. John Hays died the close of year 1808 testate, leaving Andrew, Michael, John and Campbell Hays, his children and devisees, and Anne Hays, his widow, has died intestate. Deed 5th May, 1800, by Joseph and David Hays of Washington County by James Hays of Rockbridge, their attorneys, to John Hays of Rockbridge. Conveys the Stone House plantation in Rockbridge. Will of John Hays of Rockbridge. Son, Michael (land in Ohio); wife, Anne; sons, Andrew, John, Campbell. Dated 89th May, 1808. Recorded in Rockbridge, 2d January, 1809. Will of Andrew Hayes of Rockbridge, dated 9th February, 1786. Eldest son, John Hays; sons, James and Charles; daughters, Prudence Brownlee, Mary Hayes; sons, Joseph and David (infants). Recorded in Rockbridge, 3d May, 1786. Person:David Hays (5) David Orestes Hays son of David Hays
Hays David 2 8 153 1810 Hays vs. Hays--O. S. 187; N. S. 66--Bill August, 1810. Complainants are, viz: David Orestes King Hays and Mary Hays, infant children of David Hays, deceased, by Robert Montgomery, their grandfather. Defendants are, viz: Andrew Hays, executor of John Hays, deceased; Michael, John, Campbell and James Hays. Complainants are children of David Hays, who was son of Andrew Hays, who died March, 1786, in Rockbridge, testate. About 1795 orator's father went to live with his brother, Joseph Hays, at Abingdon in Washington County, where he lived until 1804, when he removed to Nashville, Tenn., where he died, 1806, intestate and without property. He did not come of age until May, 1797. John Hays died the close of year 1808 testate, leaving Andrew, Michael, John and Campbell Hays, his children and devisees, and Anne Hays, his widow, has died intestate. Deed 5th May, 1800, by Joseph and David Hays of Washington County by James Hays of Rockbridge, their attorneys, to John Hays of Rockbridge. Conveys the Stone House plantation in Rockbridge. Will of John Hays of Rockbridge. Son, Michael (land in Ohio); wife, Anne; sons, Andrew, John, Campbell. Dated 89th May, 1808. Recorded in Rockbridge, 2d January, 1809. Will of Andrew Hayes of Rockbridge, dated 9th February, 1786. Eldest son, John Hays; sons, James and Charles; daughters, Prudence Brownlee, Mary Hayes; sons, Joseph and David (infants). Recorded in Rockbridge, 3d May, 1786. David Hays (1) David Hays son of Andrew


Hays David 2 8 223 1810 Aughe vs. Hays--O. S. 303; N. S. 108--James Hays of Augusta died, intestate (after 1810)', leaving widow Mary, who since married John Morrison, and children, viz: John, Wm., James, David, Isaac, Nathaniel, Thomas, Sarah, Ann, Malinda, Elizabeth wife of Robert Brooks. Person:David Hays (8) David son of James died 1812
Hays David 2 8 190 1812 Brooks and wife vs. Hay's executors--O. S. 245; N. S. 86--Bill, 1814. Complainants are Robert Brooks and Elizabeth, late Hays; David, William, Isaac and Thomas Hays, infants, part of children of James Hays, deceased, of Albemarle, who died 11th December, 1812, leaving widow and additional children, viz: James Hays; and minors, viz: Nathaniel, Mary, Sarah Ann, Malinda Hays. Charge is that James, Sr., had become imbecile through drink and James, Jr., induced him to make a will. Jaconias Yancey was uncle of wife of James, Jr. Person:David Hays (8) David son of James died 1812
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