Frederick A. Lyman

b. 3 September 1833, d. December 1911
     Frederick was an attorney, District Attorney, in Syracuse, NY. Frederick A. Lyman was born on 3 September 1833. He was the son of Thomas W. Lyman and Betsey Clapp. Frederick A. Lyman died in December 1911 at age 78.

Harriet C. Lyman

b. 1 December 1836
     Harriet C. Lyman was born on 1 December 1836. She was the daughter of Thomas W. Lyman and Betsey Clapp.

Eliza Jane Hayden1

b. 1 November 1835
     Eliza Jane Hayden was born on 1 November 1835. She was the daughter of Isaac Strong Hayden and Jane Keeney.

Citations

  1. [S241] Jabez Haskell Hayden, Hayden Family, Page 212, Item 691.

Martha Frances Hayden

b. 28 November 1837, d. 7 June 1842
     Martha Frances Hayden was born on 28 November 1837. She was the daughter of Isaac Strong Hayden and Jane Keeney. Martha Frances Hayden died on 7 June 1842 at age 4.

Everett Strong Hayden1

b. 8 August 1839
     Everett enisted in the Twenty-fifth Connecticut Volunteers, 1862, was in the engagement at Irish Bend, LA., April 14, 1862, when his captain was killed, and subsequently was before Port Hudson. This regiment (nine months men) lost 143 men. He has since been engaged n the photograph business in New York. Everett Strong Hayden was born on 8 August 1839 at Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.1 He was the son of Isaac Strong Hayden and Jane Keeney.1

Citations

  1. [S241] Jabez Haskell Hayden, Hayden Family, Page 254, Item 693.

William Henry Hayden1

b. 19 July 1841, d. 9 June 1863
     William Henry Hayden was born on 19 July 1841.1 He was the son of Isaac Strong Hayden and Jane Keeney.1 William Henry Hayden died on 9 June 1863 at Port Hudson, LA, at age 21.1 He was buried at Hartford, Hartford Co., CT.

William enlisted in the first year of the war in the Twelfth Connecticut Volunteers, and followed its fortunes with loyal devotion until his death.

Mr. George Glover, Jr., of Windsor Locks, tells me (1888) that William Henry Hayden was one of his most intimate friends in the army, that he maintained an admirable Christian character in camp, and was prompt in the performance of his soldierly duties, a man of nerve and coolness in all emergencies. When the regiment was on the way to New Orleans, and the navy was engaged in opening a passage up the river, the rebels sent down fire rafts upon them, and when they blew up their own ram, its wreck floated down and collided with the ship in which lay the Twelfth Regiment. Glover and Hayden were sleeping together; the former sprang up and made a rush for the deck, but found the passages so crowded that he could make no progress, and returned to find Hayden sitting up in the berth, calm and collected, awaiting the issue where he was, as no effort for more assured safety was open before them.

At the siege of Port Hudson the rebel sharpshooters, by climbing into the trees, were enabled to fire over the embankment into the camp of the Twelfth Regiment. This was done in the early gray of the morning, before it was light enough for the Union soldiers to see the smoke of the enemy's rifles, after which a return fire at once closed all danger from that tree. It was one of these stray shots which struck Hayden, mortally wounding him. His friend Glover hastened to the hospital to find him unconscious. The next day he had been buried. His remains were brought home, and every year in the published list of the soldiers' graves to be decorated in Hartford, appears the name of William Henry Hayden. Jabez Hayden.

Citations

  1. [S241] Jabez Haskell Hayden, Hayden Family, Page 254, Item 294.

Martha Frances Hayden

b. 29 August 1844, d. 14 June 1874
     Martha Frances Hayden was born on 29 August 1844. She was the daughter of Isaac Strong Hayden and Jane Keeney. Martha Frances Hayden died on 14 June 1874 at age 29.

Isaac Newton Hayden

b. 21 February 1849
     Isaac Newton Hayden was born on 21 February 1849. He was the son of Isaac Strong Hayden and Jane Keeney.

Ann Margaret Hayden

b. 15 June 1851, d. 15 June 1853
     Ann Margaret Hayden was born on 15 June 1851. She was the daughter of Isaac Strong Hayden and Jane Keeney. Ann Margaret Hayden died on 15 June 1853 at age 2.

Harriet Bartholomew Hayden

b. 2 April 1855
     Harriet Bartholomew Hayden was born on 2 April 1855. She was the daughter of Isaac Strong Hayden and Jane Keeney.

Margaret Sargent

d. 1880
     Margaret Sargent married Levi Hayden, son of Hezekiah Hayden and Hannah Hayden, on 26 June 1846. Margaret Sargent died in 1880 at NY.

Hon. Henry Alanson Hayden1

b. 28 March 1817
     Henry was left a orphan when six years old, one of the younger members of a large family who enjoyed a moderate competency while their parents lived, but had individually scanty means when the estate was divided. The next six years were spent in the family of a married sister; and when twelve years old he entered the store of his brother Albert in Buffalo. After a clerkship of five years, the spirit of adventure and that yearning which led his father, like so many another young man, to become a sailor, fired him with ambition to become a naval officer, and, as a stepping-stone in his progress, e engaged as cabin boy on a lake schooner, at seven dollars per month. He was at once promoted to supercargo, and "the next year he shipped as royal yard man on the 'Indiana,' the first merchant brig that floated on the waters of Lake Erie." He was now eighteen years old, and accepted an invitation from his uncle Anson of Cleveland, O., to become a member of his family and pursue his studies. There he qualified himself for the profession of civil engineer. On leaving his school at the age of twenty, "he was highly complimented by his teacher for his proficiency in mathematics and general scholarship." He immediately found occupation in the office of the city surveyor of Cleveland, and later, June, 1837, pushed on to Detroit, "armed with letters of credence from his former teacher and friends." There he found a party already formed for the survey of the route of the Michigan Central Railroad, then projected from Detroit to the mouth of the St. Joseph, on Lake Michigan. The only opening for Mr. Hayden was that of axe man, which he accepted, to be advanced, the second day out, to rod man. Of the sixteen men composing the company, all except Mr. Hayden "had succumbed to the then prevalent fever and ague before the preliminaries of the survey were completed." Mr Hayden continued in the service of the company as engineer until the railroad was in working order from Detroit to Jackson, 1842, after which he held various positions,--general superintendent of repairs, paymaster, etc., and resigned in 1844 to engage in business at Jackson, where he had made his home the previous six years. He enlarged his business until his flouring-mill turned out from 80,000 to 100,000 barrels of flour per year, which business he has recently passed over to his successor, his son Henry. He has held various local office, --county surveyor, supervisor, chief of fire department, etc. In 1874, when the city government needed reform, he consented, at the urgent request of many citizens of both political parties, to become a candidate for mayor and was elected by a large majority over both the other candidates. "After two years of careful and earnest devotion to the public interests he retired from office, leaving the city prosperous and its credit fully restored." He was member of the legislature, 1863-4, "warmly supported measures for the prosecution of the war," was active in securing the needed legislation for the construction of the Jackson, Lansing & Saginaw Railroad, which has since developed into a continuous line of 295 miles from Jackson to Mackinac. Mr. Hayden was the first "president of the road and still (1887) holds the position." In 1872, and again in 1883, Mr. Hayden took a vacation, and, with his family, made an extended tour in Europe, bringing back "a large collection of rare and costly paintings and statuary, which now help to adorn and beautify his elegant and well-earned home in Jackson." Mr. Hayden has taken a lively interest in the work of collecting and perpetuating the history and genealogy of the Connecticut Haydens, and was one of the four principal contributors to liquidate sever hundred dollars which had been expended up to the close of the reunion of 1845, at which meeting he was the presiding officer. During the past half-century he has been an active member of and liberal contributor to the Episcopal Church. Hon. Henry Alanson Hayden was born on 28 March 1817 at Springfield, Otsego Co., NY.1 He was the son of Hezekiah Hayden and Hannah Hayden.1 Hon. Henry Alanson Hayden married Mary Elizabeth Aldrich on 16 August 1843.

Children of Hon. Henry Alanson Hayden and Mary Elizabeth Aldrich

Child of Hon. Henry Alanson Hayden and Mary Powers Stevens

Citations

  1. [S241] Jabez Haskell Hayden, Hayden Family, Page 220, Item 356.
  2. [S241] Jabez Haskell Hayden, Hayden Family, Page 220, Item 700.
  3. [S241] Jabez Haskell Hayden, Hayden Family, Page 220, item 702.
  4. [S241] Jabez Haskell Hayden, Hayden Family, Page 220, Item 703.
  5. [S241] Jabez Haskell Hayden, Hayden Family, Page 220, Item 704.
  6. [S241] Jabez Haskell Hayden, Hayden Family, Page 255, Item 705.
  7. [S241] Jabez Haskell Hayden, Hayden Family, Page 220, Item 706.

William Hayden1

b. 25 March 1819, d. 1896
     William was left an orphan when four years old, and was taken to the old home of his mother at Haydens. He continued to live at Windsor several years. Later on he lived with his uncle in Bennington, Genesee Co., N.Y., learned the trade of shoemaker and tanner, and, on gaining his majority, 1840, took the business himself, which he ran several years, when he sold out to a partner, and engaged with a brother-in-law in the lumber business.

Two years later he went to New York and joined his brother Levi, who was engaged in refitting vessels for sea. In the spring of 1849 he took the "California fever," joined a company of twelve men at Buffalo (one his brother Albert) and took the overland route for California, which the survivors reached in one hundred days. The party were attacked by cholera on the Platte River, near Fort Laramie, and four of their number died (his brother one of them). William survived and also an attack of the mountain fever at South Pass. His only remedy was a "tea made from white oak bark in a skillet borrowed from Daniel Boone, a grandson of the old trapper." Starvation threatened the whole party, and, making the best provision possible for the sick man, they had pushed on one day when two of the strongest returned, and were able to take him on to join the party. "During the last few days before arriving (at Sacramento), they would have perished from starvation had it not been for a government supply train, sent out to succor them." He remained in California nearly two years, "mining, building, and contracting," and set out on his return by steamer from San Francisco via the Isthmus. The steamer was wrecked in Southern California, 700 miles from San Francisco. Four miles back from the coast was a Spanish ranch, from which a passenger attempted to reach San Francisco, by riding from ranch to ranch by a relay of houses. Another party, however, succeeded in procuring a steamer at a nearer post, which was then just leaving the harbor, and stopped for the castaways sixteen days after the wreck. "Here Mr. Hayden met with a great misfortune. While going through the surf the boat capsized, and when the wave went back his carpet-bag, with $4,000 in gold, together with his clothes, were taken with it, and all his wealth was gone."

"The next dilemma was how to get home-he had no money with which to pay his fare-when, to his great relief, the wife of the governor of California started a subscription on board the steamer, and raised for him $240." The Isthmus was crossed safely, but the steamer for New York was caught in a gale, and obliged to put into Kingston, Jamaica, for repairs, and when off Cape Hatteras one of the boilers burst, and the boat took fire; but the fire was subdued, and the crippled boat with one engine and one wheel finally reached New York. He now joined his brother Henry at Jackson, Mich., and engaged in the milling business. Several years later (in 1848) he bought the Globe Mills, a large flouring mill at Tecumseh, where he still carries on a successful business. William Hayden was born on 25 March 1819 at Springfield, Otsego Co., NY.1 He was the son of Hezekiah Hayden and Hannah Hayden.1 William Hayden died in 1896.

Children of William Hayden and Sarah Maria Hosmer

Citations

  1. [S241] Jabez Haskell Hayden, Hayden Family, Page 222, Item 357.
  2. [S241] Jabez Haskell Hayden, Hayden Family, Page 255, Item 708.
  3. [S241] Jabez Haskell Hayden, Hayden Family, Page 222, Item 710.
  4. [S241] Jabez Haskell Hayden, Hayden Family, Page 222, Item 713.
  5. [S241] Jabez Haskell Hayden, Hayden Family, Page 222, Item 714.

Samuel Hayden1

b. 14 November 1820, d. 13 February 1851
     Samuel Hayden was born on 14 November 1820 at Springfield, Otsego Co., NY.1 He was the son of Hezekiah Hayden and Hannah Hayden.1 Samuel Hayden died on 13 February 1851 at Biloxi, Harrison Co, MS, at age 30.1

Samuel was the youngest of the living members of the family, and at the death of his parents was placed in the family of his sister, Mrs. Fanny Hall. Some years later he served as clerk in the store of his brother Albert at Buffalo. At his majority he drifted South, and engaged in the retail book trade at Nashville, Tenn. On the opening of the Mexican war he united with others in the department of sutlers attached to the command of General Taylor. He is next heard from engaged in the Sourthern California mines at the stirring period of 1849-50. Broken health (intermittent fever) caused him to return in the autumn of 1850, reaching New Orleans, then Mobile, where he attempted to engage in trade; ubt, too ill to attend to business, he went to Biloxi, Harrison Co., Miss., a health resort, where he died Feb 13, 1851. He was a special favorite in the family, of a tender and affectionate dispositon, correct and industrious habits. --Levi Hayden. Jabez Hayden.

Citations

  1. [S241] Jabez Haskell Hayden, Hayden Family, Page 224, Item 358.

Strong Hayden

b. 4 October 1822, d. 29 November 1822
     Strong Hayden was born on 4 October 1822. He was the son of Hezekiah Hayden and Hannah Hayden. Strong Hayden died on 29 November 1822.

Mary Elizabeth Aldrich

d. 22 March 1862
     Mary Elizabeth Aldrich married Hon. Henry Alanson Hayden, son of Hezekiah Hayden and Hannah Hayden, on 16 August 1843. Mary Elizabeth Aldrich died on 22 March 1862.

Children of Mary Elizabeth Aldrich and Hon. Henry Alanson Hayden

Citations

  1. [S241] Jabez Haskell Hayden, Hayden Family, Page 220, Item 700.
  2. [S241] Jabez Haskell Hayden, Hayden Family, Page 220, item 702.
  3. [S241] Jabez Haskell Hayden, Hayden Family, Page 220, Item 703.
  4. [S241] Jabez Haskell Hayden, Hayden Family, Page 220, Item 704.
  5. [S241] Jabez Haskell Hayden, Hayden Family, Page 255, Item 705.

Julia Maria Hayden1

b. 4 June 1844
     Julia Maria Hayden was born on 4 June 1844. She was the daughter of Hon. Henry Alanson Hayden and Mary Elizabeth Aldrich.

Child of Julia Maria Hayden and John D. Clark

Citations

  1. [S241] Jabez Haskell Hayden, Hayden Family, Page 220, Item 699.

Henry Hayden Clark

b. 25 December 1870
     Henry Hayden Clark was born on 25 December 1870. He was the son of John D. Clark and Julia Maria Hayden.

Emily Marvin Hayden1

b. 5 October 1847
     Emily Marvin Hayden was born on 5 October 1847.1 She was the daughter of Hon. Henry Alanson Hayden and Mary Elizabeth Aldrich.1

Citations

  1. [S241] Jabez Haskell Hayden, Hayden Family, Page 220, Item 700.

Mary Elizabeth Hayden1

b. 1 August 1849
     Mary Elizabeth Hayden was born on 1 August 1849. She was the daughter of Hon. Henry Alanson Hayden and Mary Elizabeth Aldrich.

Citations

  1. [S241] Jabez Haskell Hayden, Hayden Family, Page 220, item 701.

William Henry Hayden1

b. 10 March 1852, d. 10 September 1852
     William Henry Hayden was born on 10 March 1852.1 He was the son of Hon. Henry Alanson Hayden and Mary Elizabeth Aldrich.1 William Henry Hayden died on 10 September 1852.1

Citations

  1. [S241] Jabez Haskell Hayden, Hayden Family, Page 220, item 702.

Lucy Chickering Hayden1

b. 7 November 1854
     Lucy Chickering Hayden was born on 7 November 1854.1 She was the daughter of Hon. Henry Alanson Hayden and Mary Elizabeth Aldrich.1

Citations

  1. [S241] Jabez Haskell Hayden, Hayden Family, Page 220, Item 703.

Kate Hayden1

b. 30 April 1856, d. 10 July 1856
     Kate Hayden was born on 30 April 1856.1 She was the daughter of Hon. Henry Alanson Hayden and Mary Elizabeth Aldrich.1 Kate Hayden died on 10 July 1856.1

Citations

  1. [S241] Jabez Haskell Hayden, Hayden Family, Page 220, Item 704.

Hon. Henry Hayden1

b. 26 January 1858
     Hon. Henry Hayden was born on 26 January 1858.1 He was the son of Hon. Henry Alanson Hayden and Mary Elizabeth Aldrich.1

Henry is engaged with his father conducting extensive flour-mills. He is now (1887) mayor of the city of Jackson.

Children of Hon. Henry Hayden and Carrie Abbott

Citations

  1. [S241] Jabez Haskell Hayden, Hayden Family, Page 255, Item 705.

Anne Western Hayden1

b. 18 August 1868
     Anne Western Hayden was born on 18 August 1868.1 She was the daughter of Hon. Henry Alanson Hayden and Mary Powers Stevens.1

Citations

  1. [S241] Jabez Haskell Hayden, Hayden Family, Page 220, Item 706.

Lydia Stevens

b. 21 October 1786, d. 4 August 1835
     Lydia Stevens was born on 21 October 1786 at Pittsford, Rutland Co., VT. She married Israel Ellsworth, son of Capt. Israel Ellsworth and Hopestill Stevens. Lydia Stevens died on 4 August 1835 at age 48.

Emily Marvin Hayden

b. 6 November 1857, d. 2 August 1863
     Emily Marvin Hayden was born on 6 November 1857 at Jackson, MI. She was the daughter of William Hayden and Sarah Maria Hosmer. Emily Marvin Hayden died on 2 August 1863 at age 5.

Albert Sidney Hayden1

b. 6 November 1859
     Albert Sidney Hayden was born on 6 November 1859 at Tecumseh, Lenawee Co., MI.1 He was the son of William Hayden and Sarah Maria Hosmer.1

Citations

  1. [S241] Jabez Haskell Hayden, Hayden Family, Page 255, Item 708.

Clara Belle Hayden1

b. 9 August 1861
     Clara Belle Hayden was born on 9 August 1861 at Tecumseh, Lenawee Co., MI. She was the daughter of William Hayden and Sarah Maria Hosmer.

Citations

  1. [S241] Jabez Haskell Hayden, Hayden Family, Page 222, Item 709.

Lizzie Fargo Hayden1

b. 11 February 1863
     Lizzie Fargo Hayden was born on 11 February 1863 at Tecumseh, Lenawee Co., MI.1 She was the daughter of William Hayden and Sarah Maria Hosmer.1

Citations

  1. [S241] Jabez Haskell Hayden, Hayden Family, Page 222, Item 710.

William Hezekiah Hayden1

b. 27 March 1865
     William Hezekiah Hayden was born on 27 March 1865 at Tecumseh, Lenawee Co., MI. He was the son of William Hayden and Sarah Maria Hosmer.

Citations

  1. [S241] Jabez Haskell Hayden, Hayden Family, Page 222, Item 711.

Sarah Mabel Hayden1

b. 2 July 1866
     Sarah Mabel Hayden was born on 2 July 1866 at Tecumseh, Lenawee Co., MI. She was the daughter of William Hayden and Sarah Maria Hosmer.

Citations

  1. [S241] Jabez Haskell Hayden, Hayden Family, Page 222, Item 712.

Levi Cummings Hayden1

b. 25 March 1869
     Levi Cummings Hayden was born on 25 March 1869 at Tecumseh, Lenawee Co., MI.1 He was the son of William Hayden and Sarah Maria Hosmer.1

Citations

  1. [S241] Jabez Haskell Hayden, Hayden Family, Page 222, Item 713.

Jeremiah Marvin Hayden1

b. 12 November 1870
     Jeremiah Marvin Hayden was born on 12 November 1870 at Tecumseh, Lenawee Co., MI.1 He was the son of William Hayden and Sarah Maria Hosmer.1

Citations

  1. [S241] Jabez Haskell Hayden, Hayden Family, Page 222, Item 714.

Strong Hayden1

b. 10 March 1846
     Strong Hayden was born on 10 March 1846 at Bennington, Genesee Co., NY.1 He was the son of Chauncey Loomis Hayden and Mary A. Chichester.1

Child of Strong Hayden and Emma Bond

Citations

  1. [S241] Jabez Haskell Hayden, Hayden Family, Page 255, Item 715.

Marietta Eliza Hubbell

b. 13 July 1863, d. 7 September 1939
     Marietta Eliza Hubbell also went by the name of May Hubbell. She was born on 13 July 1863 at Benzonia, Benzie Co., MI. She was the daughter of Lucius William Hubbell and Eliza Jane Peck. Marietta Eliza Hubbell married William Lucius Case, son of Lucius William Case and Emeline Rebecca Fitts, on 30 October 1890 at Springfield, Richmond Co., OH.1 Marietta Eliza Hubbell died on 7 September 1939 at Benzonia, Benzie Co., MI, at age 76.

Children of Marietta Eliza Hubbell and William Lucius Case

Citations

  1. [S305] Marietta Case Nelson, "Lucius Case," e-mail to James H. Holcombe, 1 Feb 2001.

Edward C. Hayden1

b. 22 January 1850
     Edward C. Hayden was born on 22 January 1850.1 He was the son of Chauncey Loomis Hayden and Mary A. Chichester.1

Citations

  1. [S241] Jabez Haskell Hayden, Hayden Family, Page 224, Item 716.