Person:Mehitable Hayward (4)

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Mehitable Hayward
 
m. 28 Nov 1666
  1. William Hayward1667 - Aft 1723
  2. Mehitable HaywardEst 1670 -
  3. Mary HaywardEst 1671 - 1722
  4. Huldah HaywardEst 1673 -
  5. Sarah Haywood1676 - 1711
  6. Margery Hayward1678 - 1759
  7. Hannah Hayward1680 - Aft 1746
  8. Deborah Hayward1682 - 1713
  9. Samuel Hayward1683/84 - 1708
  10. Jonathan Hayward1686 - 1760
  11. Experience Hayward1688/89 - Bef 1714
  12. Benjamin Hayward1689/90 - 1751
  13. Bethiah HaywardAbt 1692 -
m. 1688
  1. Mehitable Staples1689 - Bef 1692
  2. Mehitable Staples1692 - 1753
  3. Mary Staples1697 - 1776
  4. Elizabeth Staples1698 - 1788
  5. Isaac Staples1699 -
  6. Abraham Staples1702 - Bef 1706
  7. Abraham Staples1706 -
m. 18 Dec 1712
Facts and Events
Name Mehitable Hayward
Gender Female
Birth? Est 1670 Mendon, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 1688 Mendon, Worcester, Massachusetts, USAto Abraham Staples
Marriage 18 Dec 1712 Mendon, Worcester, Massachusetts, United Statesto Nicholas Cook
Living[2] 24 Dec 1730
References
  1.   Austin, John Osborne. One Hundred and Sixty Allied Families. (Salem, Massachusetts, 1893)
    p. 128.

    Hayward, Mehitable, no birth or death dates. m (1) Abraham Staples, m. (2) 1712, 12m, 18: Nicholas Cook.
    Abraham b. 1664, 6m, 14, d. 1706, son of Abraham and Mary (Randall) Staples.
    Nicholas b. 1660, 2m, 9 d. 1730, 12m, 4, son of Walter and Katherine (unknown) Cook.

  2. Massachusetts. Probate Court (Suffolk County). Probate records, 1636-1899. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1969-1971)
    Case 6034.

    Vol. 15 (new series), p. 233 24 Dec 1730: Bond of Nicholas Cook as administrator of his father Nicholas Cook late of Bellingham, notes the his "Mother in Law Mehitabel Cook" refused to accept this trust. She probably lived longer since the judge's warrant 26 Mar 1731 directs the appraisers to divide the estate between the widow and the children, but no setting off of the dower is found. A division of real estate 19 Mar 1734/35 doesn't mention the widow and appears to be the full parcels as listed in the inventory, suggesting she had died by then.