Person Page 3214
|Charts||Pedigree for Wilfred Gordon Morin|
|Father||William Haynes b. 1623, d. before 13 November 1651|
|Mother||Sara Ingersoll b. 1 July 1627, d. 1719|
|Jonathan was born before 11 January 1648 at Salem, Essex county, Massachusetts.
There is considerable variation in the reporting of Jonathan's birth. The Haverhill VRs report that he was born in 1616 and came to this country in 1633 and this is repeated in NEHGR (109:162). Hoyt (Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury, p. 979) questions this birth date for the very good reason that with that birth date his youngest child would have been born when he was about 70.
The New York Genealogical and Biological Record reports his birth date as December 17, 1656, but that is the same date his wife was born--an unusual coincidence if true. The TAG article (27:133) makes the case for his baptism in Salem. His birth year is inferred from two depositions, one in December, 1681, when he was "about 35" and one in September 1682 when he was "about 36."1,2
|Notes from Evelyn Beran (email@example.com):
Jonathan grew up in Salem Villege, now the town of Danvers. On 28 June 1659 he signed a deposition; he next appears on record on 10 April 1668 at Salem, as witness to a deed. Near the end of the summer of 1665, Philip Carteret, newly appointed governor of New Jersey, sent agents into New England to recruit emigrants. Several went and settled at Woodbridge. Jonathan Haynes is on the list of freeholders there in 1673, holding 97 acres. He soon returned to New England, for when he married Sarah 30 Dec 1674 at Hampton NH, he was recorded as "of Newburie". Jonathan next appears on record in Newbury when he was sued in March 1676. In 1681 he got into a row with John Woolcot over the ownership of a sow. The sow got away before he could complete cutting his ear mark, and he later accused Woolcot of having remarked the sow, said he was a thief, etc. For this, he and his wife were sued for slander. They lost.
|Marriage||30 Dec 1674||Jonathan Haines married Sarah Moulton, who was 18 years old, daughter of William Moulton and Margaret Page, 30 December 1674 in Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire.
Their children are thought to have been:
Mary Haynes b: 14 NOV 1675 in Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts
Mary Haynes b: 02 OCT 1677 in Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts
Hannah Haynes b: ABT 1678 in Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire
Thomas Haynes b: 14 MAY 1680 in Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts
Sarah Haynes b: BET 1681 AND 1683
Jonathan Haynes b: 03 SEP 1684 in Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts
Margaret (Mary) Haynes b: 03 MAR 1687 in Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts
Joseph Haynes b: 04 AUG 1689 in Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts
Ruth Haynes b: 17 FEB 1692 in Haverhill, Essex Co., Massachusetts
Abigail Haynes b: BEF 10 MAR 1695 in Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts
Elizabeth Haynes b: 22 MAR 1697 in Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts.2
|1696||On 15 Aug 1696 he was captured by Indians in his
field near Bradley's Mills. Children Mary, age 19,Thomas 12, Joseph 7
were also captured. Jonathan Sr and Thomas went to Maine, where they
escaped. Mary, Jonathan and Joseph were sold to the French in Canada.
Mary was redeemed for 100 pounds of tobacco, but her brothers stayed in
Canada and became wealthy farmers.
Two years later Jonathan was killed by Indians [NEHGR 109:163 ?The Reddingtons of Topsfield and Boxford?].
|Death||22 February 1698|| Jonathan died on 22 February 1698 at Haverhill, Essex county, Massachusetts. He was killed by Indians.1,3
|1731||Registry of Deeds, Essex Co Mass, has list of the
family of Jonathan and Sarah (Moulton) Haynes in claim in 1731 to land
inherited from their great grandfather Richard Ingersoll.
The eldest son Thomas of Haverhill, who married Hannah Harriman in 1703, represented his brothers and sisters. [Backus Ances 1949]
Jonathan and Joseph Haynes of Canada
William Corbett and wife Sarah of Lebanon, Conn
John Heath and wife Hannah of Norwich Conn
Thomas Kingsbury and wife Margaret of Windham Conn.
John Preston and wife Mry of Windham Conn
John Corliss and wife Ruth of Haverhill, Mass
Heirs of Jack (Jacob) Warren and his wife Abigail, deceased
Isaac Spalden (Spalding) and wife Elizabeth of Plainfield, Conn.
|Family||Sarah Moulton||b. 17 December 1656, d. after 1720|
|Child||1.||Hannah Haines+ b. c 1679, d. 19 Apr 1733|
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