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INDEX

PARKER   
Beaurie    
Timothy

James B
  ch
Peter
James
Josiah

FELTON

HAYES
Priscilla
Timothy
William
Jacob
William
 Peter
 Peter
 Peter
 Peter
 John
also
 Elizabeth
 Benjamin
 James
 William
 Peter

BROWN
 Betsy
 James
 ?Samuel 

MINCHEW
Cloe
Maximilian
Richard
Richard
Henry

BOND
Mary
Richard
Richard

MAUDLIN
Sarah
Ezekiel

WRIGHT
 Mary
 Joseph

YEATES
Elizabeth
John

SLEDGE
Martha
Charles

CLARKE
Mary
Robert

FLAKE
Elizabeth
Robert

MOORE
Katherine
John

PARKER-2
 Christian
 Priscilla
 Robert
 Richard
 Richard
 Richard 

ROUNTREE 
 Hortense JohnAbner
 Solomon
 Abner
 ?Robert
  Robert
  Robert  
 also
  William
  Charles 
  Francis 
  John

LASSITER
 Allen
 Josiah

BLANCHARD

SANDERLIN 
 Emily Jane
 Dorsey
 Joseph
 Collingsworth
  
 Robert
 John
 James

WALKUP
Lydia
Samuel
John

SAWYER
Charity
 Evan

BARECOCK
Sarah
Thomas

JENNINGS
 William

HUDGINS
 Amelia
 Josiah
 Humphrey
 Humphrey
 Robert H
 Robet
Thomas

FOSTER
Louisa
John
John
Richard
Thomas

RIDDICK
 Ann
?Abraham
also
 Mary  
 John   
  John
 

PARKER
 Browsholme 
 Macclesfield
   of Surry
 of S Hertford 
 of MapleLawn
Joe of NH 
Tom of Bertie
Joe of Bertie 
Elisha of NH 
Saul of NH

KING

HOLLAND

SUMNER

?Sally's great-great-great-great-great-great-great Grandparents:

Peter Hayes ca 1650 - 1721his parents 
& ca 1669 Elizabeth Flake
her parents
of Blackwater River, Isle of Wight Co, Virginia


          This is my working hypothesis - the way I see it as of this moment!! 


     Peter Hayes of Blackwater was born about 1650 at the Hayes plantation on Pagan Creek in Virginia. 
  He lived his life on the Blackwater River, that waterway which flows directly south to North Carolina. At maturity he was employed by Robert Flake Sr., a wealthy landowner. 
Robert Flake is said to have been one of the richest men in Isle of Wight County (Boddie, Seventeenth Century Isle of Wight Co., p 202.) 
   Peter Hayse married Elizabeth Flake about the year 1669.
Peter left his will, probated Mar 1720/21. 
    There is also a deed of gift from Robert Flake Sr [Deed dated Aug 16 1691] wherein he gives 200 acres to each of his three grandsons: Robert, Samuel, and Peter Hayes. 
    Robert Flake d ca 1698. These parcels of land were located on "the second swamp of the Blackwater".
The Quit Rent Roll for Isle of Wight County, 1704, shows Peter Hayes paying taxes-rent on another 600 acres which seems to have been the dowry of his mother, Elizabeth Flake. (Cognets English Duplicates of Lost Virginia Records p205.) 
  The will of Peter Hayes of Blackwater mentions Robert "Hase" and Arther "Hase".
(Hayes, A E: Hayes in Va & NC)


known children of Peter Hayse and Elizabeth Flake :
1. Robert Hayes of VA bef 1690 - 1771 
        married  Miss Harris 
2. Samuel Hayes of NC bef 1690 -
      settled in the Meherrin River Valley
3.  Peter Hayse ca 1691 - 1761 Halifax Co NC 
       married  ca 1726 Martha Sledge
4. Elizabeth Hayes of VA 
        married  George Harris
5. Katherine Hayes of VA 
        married  Roger Stevens
6. Arthur Hayes of VA aft 1691 - 1776


Grandchildren of Peter Hayes and Elizabeth Flake

Children of Peter Hayes and Martha Sledge:
1. Charles Hayes died Sampson Co, NC 1784 
       married Sarah ?
2. (Rev) Reuben Hayes  ca 1740 - ca June 1831
3. Hannah Hayes
4. Rebecca Hayes
5. Edy Hayes 
       married  Phillips
6. Silve Hayes
7. Winnie Hayes
         married Francis Hilliard
8. Milly Hayes
9. Willie Hayes (daughter)

Children of Arthur Hayes of Isle of Wight Co, VA
1. Faithy Hayes 
        married William Flake of Surry Co, VA
2. Mary Hayes 
        married James Pittman of Surry Co, VA

Samuel Hayes references -
13 Nov 1724 Saml. Hays is on Jury to lay out Road from Mr. Simon Jefferies Landing on Roanoke River to the maine branch that begins at Mr James Bryants & goes to Chesshires Landing on Meherin River where the trading Vessells comonly lye according to law and that William Bridges be & is hereby appointed Overseer of the said road for the Ensuing Year.  Bertie Ct Minutes

10 Jan 1743/44 1-104 NH Co DBk - James Joyner of Edgecombe Co to Samuel Hayes of Northampton Co 5 cash 50 acres more or less a parcel of land granted me by a deed from a patent granted to me by a deed from a patent granted to Rebecca Brasswell 1 Mar 1719 on the south side of the Meherrin River joining Elliott, the old Co line, Thomas Boykins and the river, all houses, orchards gardens 
Wit: Nathan Williams, Nehemiah Joyner, Francis Gregory
 Reg NH Co Feb Ct 1743 J Edwards C/C

Will of Samuel Hayes 24 April 1761 - probate Aug Ct 1761 NH Co NC
- wife Filpah 
- daughter Anne Hayes
Extr: my dearly beloved father John Hayes

NH Co NC Charles Gregory named Samuel Hayes his executor 10 Nov 1766.

Samuel Hays 20 August 1793 - probate Dec Ct 1796 NH Co NC
- wife Mary Hays, grandson Jesse Hays, grandson Abraham Hays, grandson Ransom Hays.
- son Jesse Hays 5 shillings
- sons Samuel and John Hays
- daughters: Margaret Howell, Elizabeth Pittman, Cathena Hart
Exts: Col Howell Edmunds and Col. James Vaughan
Wits: Laurence Smith and Henry Peebles

1801 Samuel Hays wit to will of Millie Warr


 
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