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Col. Haywood sided with the American Colonies during the American Revolution.Served on the Provincial Congress to draft both temporary and permanent Constitution and Bill of Rights for the State of North Carolina.Name Cemetery Location Reference
HAYWOOD, William City Cem Raleigh NC 60 Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Vol.2, p. —Serial: 12356; Volume: 9 (8) William Henry Haywood, Second, son of Colonel William Henry Haywood and his wife Charity Hare Haywood was born 1770; he died 1857. He married Anne Sheperd and had three children: (1) William Henry Haywood, Third, born 1810. He was United States Senator from North Carolina. He married Jane Graham and had nine children, namely: William Henry Haywood, Fourth, (who was killed in the Battle of the Wilderness); Duncan Cameron Haywood (who was killed at the Battle of Cold Harbor), Edward G. Haywood, Minerva Haywood (who married --- Baker), Jane Haywood (who married Sion H. Rogers), Ann Haywood (who married Samuel Riggin), Margaret Haywood (who married --- Cameron), Gertrude Haywood (who married George Trapier), and Elizabeth Haywood who died unmarried); (2) Charity Haywood married Governor Charles Manly and had eight children, namely: Colonel John H. Manly (who married Caroline Henry,) Langdon C. Manly, Cora Manly (who married Colonel George B. Singletary), Helen Manly (who married John Grimes), Julia Manly (who married Colonel --- McDowell (who was killed in The War Between the States), Sophia Manly (who married --- Harding), Ida Manly (who married Dr. Joseph Baker of Tarboro), and Basil Manly, Commander of Manly's Battery in the War Between the States, who married Lucy Bryan.Notable Southern Families, Volumes I & II(9) Stephen Haywood, born 1772, died 1824, son of William Henry Haywood and his wife Charity Hare Haywood married twice, first --- Lane, by whom he had two sons, Dr. John Leigh Haywood and Benjamin Franklin Haywood, and married second, Delia Hawkins by whom he had five children, namely: William Dallas Haywood (who married Mary Cannon), Margaret Craven Haywood (who married George Little); Lucinda Haywood (who married --- Sasser), Sarah Haywood, and Philemom H. Haywood of the United States Navy.Notable Southern Families, Volumes I & II(10 Elizabeth Haywood is given in Wheeler's Reminiscence, from which most of this data was obtained, as the tenth child of William Henry Haywood, First, and his wife Charity Haywood. As the seventh child is also listed as Elizabeth and is given as married to Henryl Irwin Toole, there is manifestly an error. However the record as it appears in Wheeler is: Elizabeth Haywood (tenth child) married Governor Edward B. Dudley. They had six children, namely: Edward B. Dudley, Second, William Henry Dudley (who married --- Baker), Christopher Dudley, Eliza Ann Dudley (who married --- Purnell), Jane Dudley (who married --- Johnson), and Margaret Diley (who married Colonel McIlhenny).Notable Southern Families, Volumes I & IIIn an account of the Dudley Family, also in Wheeler, Governor Edward B. Dudley is clearly given as married to Elizabeth Haywood. It is therefore probable that the Elizabeth Haywood who is given as the seventh child and married to Henry Irwin Toole is an error.Notable Southern Families, Volumes I & IIII SHERWOOD HAYWOODNotable Southern Families, Volumes I & IIII Sherwood Haywood, son of John Haywood of Conecanarie and his wife Mary Lovatt Haywood, married Hannah Gray and had one son, Adam John Haywood (who married his cousin Sarah Haywood, daughter of Egbert Haywood and his wife Sarah Ware Haywood). They had one daughter, Margaret Haywood (died 1874), who was the wife of Louis D. Henry, born 1788, died 1840, and had one daughter, Virginia Henry (who married Colonel Duncan K. McRea); Oaroline Henry (who married Colonel John H. Manly); Augusta Henry who married R. P. Waring); Margaret Henry (who married Edward G. Haywood); Mary Henry (who married Mathew P. Taylor); Malvina Henry (who married Douglass Bell), and Louis D. Henry, second, (who married Virginia Massennburg).Notable Southern Families, Volumes I & IIIII MARY HAYWOODNotable Southern Families, Volumes I & IIIII Mary Haywood, third child of John Haywood of Conecanarie and his wife Mary Lovett Haywood, married the Reverend Thomas Burgess in 1761. Their son, Lovett Burgess, married twice, first, Priscilla Monnie and second, Mrs. Black. By the last marriage he had five children, namely: Mary Burgess (who married --- Alston, 1824), Elizabeth Burgess (who married --- Alston of Bedford County, North Carolina 1812), Melissa Burgess (who married General William Williams, whose daughter Melissa Williams married Colonel Joseph John Long, and their daughter Ellen Long married General Junius Daniel who was killed at Chancellorsville), John Burford (who married Martha Alston), and Thomas Burgess (who was a lawyer of Halifax and left no children).Notable Southern Families, Volumes I & IIIV ELIZABETH HAYWOODNotable Southern Families, Volumes I & IIIV Elizabeth Haywood, daughter of John Haywood of Conecanarie and his wife Mary Lovett Haywood, married Jesse Hare and died in 1774. She had two children, namely: Ann Hare (who married Isaac Croom; their son Isaac Croom, second, marred Sarah Pierson), and Mary Hare (who married twice, first Richard Croom and second, --- Hicks).North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868Bride: Charity Hare
Groom: William Haywood
Bond Date: 12 Mar 1754
County: Chowan
Record #: 01 075
Bondsman: Moses Hare
Witness: Wm Badham; Will Halsey
Bond #: 000022566North Carolina
Chowan CountyHare, Charity married Haywood, William on 12 Mar 1754 in Chowan County, North CarolinaAmerican Biographical Library
The Biographical Cyclopædia of American Women
Volume II
Historical Register of Officers of the Continental Army During the War of the Revolution
Alphabetical List of Officers of the Continental Army
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Fifteenth Virginia
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Haywood, William (N. H.). Major New Hampshire Militia, 1777.Notable Southern Families, Volumes I & II(8) William Henry Haywood, Second, son of Colonel William Henry Haywood and his wife Charity Hare Haywood was born 1770; he died 1857. He married Anne Sheperd and had three children: (1) William Henry Haywood, Third, born 1810. He was United States Senator from North Carolina. He married Jane Graham and had nine children, namely: William Henry Haywood, Fourth, (who was killed in the Battle of the Wilderness); Duncan Cameron Haywood (who was killed at the Battle of Cold Harbor), Edward G. Haywood, Minerva Haywood (who married --- Baker), Jane Haywood (who married Sion H. Rogers), Ann Haywood (who married Samuel Riggin), Margaret Haywood (who married --- Cameron), Gertrude Haywood (who married George Trapier), and Elizabeth Haywood who died unmarried); (2) Charity Haywood married Governor Charles Manly and had eight children, namely: Colonel John H. Manly (who married Caroline Henry,) Langdon C. Manly, Cora Manly (who married Colonel George B. Singletary), Helen Manly (who married John Grimes), Julia Manly (who married Colonel --- McDowell (who was killed in The War Between the States), Sophia Manly (who married --- Harding), Ida Manly (who married Dr. Joseph Baker of Tarboro), and Basil Manly, Commander of Manly's Battery in the War Between the States, who married Lucy Bryan.
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