1663 - Aft 1709 (46 years)
||Henry Hayman, Sr., b. Abt 1632, Netherex, South Devon, England d. 16 Apr 1685, Second Chance, Somerset Co., MD (Age ~ 53 years) |
||Elinor B. Smith, b. 1648, Ireland d. 23 Aug 1688, Somerset County, MD (Age 40 years) |
||Gloucester Co., VA
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
||Mathewe (Martha) Standridge, b. 1663, Wicomico County, MD d. Aft 1709, Albermarle Co., NC (Age 47 years) |
||24 Aug 1687
||Somerset County, MD 
| ||1. Henry Hayman, III, b. 26 Nov 1688, Somerset County, MD d. Abt Jul 1727, Pasquotank Prec., Albermarle Co., NC (Age 38 years)|
| ||2. Thomas Hayman, b. Abt 1690, Somerset County, MD d. 1720-1721, Pasquotank Prec., Albermarle Co., NC (Age ~ 31 years)|
| ||3. Charles Hayman, b. Aft 1700, Albermarle Co., NC d. Bef 1724 (Age ~ 22 years)|
| ||4. James Hayman, b. Aft 1700 d. Yes, date unknown|
|+||5. Mary Hayman, b. 1690, Dorchester, Maryland, United States d. 1717, Dorchester, Maryland, United States (Age 27 years)|
| ||6. Ellinor Hayman, b. Aft 1693 d. Yes, date unknown|
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
||30 Sep 2009 |
- The following from Mark Freeman:
He received land from his father's estate, and sold land in 1688 and 1692. His mother signed in 1688 but not in 1692.
Henry and his brother James moved to Albemarle Co., NC in 1695. James returned to Maryland in 1698.
25 Mar 1698 a Grand Jury charged 8 men for piracy in the Precinct of Couratuck (sic). Henry Hamond was one of them. He was a beach comber, the ship involved was probably intentionally wrecked. One man plead guilty, but Henry did not. He paid 50 pounds sterling, but was not found guilty.
In 1707 Henry Hayman and Martha sold Maryland land to Jonathan Jackson.
In the name of God Amen. 29 Day of August 1709. I Henry Hayman of North Carolina in ye County of Albemarle being of sound & perfect mind & memory Thanks be to Almighty God. I do make this my last will & testament in manner & form as followeth.
I give & bequeath Soul into ye hands of Almighty God my Great Creatour who once gave it to me in full hopes & assurance of free pardon of all my sins Through ye precous Death & Passion of my Saviour Jesus Christ in the resurrection And Allso my Body to be decently buried att ye derection of my Executors hereafter named.
"I give & bequeath to my two sons Hen Hayman and Tho Hayman all & singular that land which I bought of Edward Mair [or Edward Maio], & Willim Harbour ye Eldest having his first Choyce after it is Qqualy devided it lying in two parcells to them & their heirs for ever & in case of none of them heirs unto ye next heir living & in a like manner afforsaid: a track of land lying & joyning to ye afforesd land I give to my two younger sons Charles Hayman & James Hayman two Islands lying on North River next to ye Indian Island to them & their heirs also a certain track of land lying & Joyning to a track of land belonging to Mr. John Hawkings called Wickam & in case of none of their heirs unto ye heretofor living.
I give & bequeath to my Daughters Mary Hayman & Elinor Hayman a track of land lying between George Griffins line Cornelius Jones, James Forbus & Isaah Gilford & bonding on ye Pecuson of North River to them & ye begotten heirs of body being equaly devided ye Eldest first choising & in case of none of theirs begotten heirs of their body unto ye next heirs living. My will & pleasure is my two Eldest sons shall abide under mothers protection till they come to ye age of one & twenty years except they shall marry in ye time but in case she mary time they are to be free.
Likewise my two youngest sons to tarry with their Mother during her widowhood till they are one & twenty but she marrying again they are all age nineteen.
I give and bequeath to my two Eldest sons all my working tools in genrall to be equaly devided also to my son Hen my Hand Mill & all thereto belonging att here decease or marriage also one gun. And to my son Thomas my great pott & pott hooks and one gun.
Item - My will is that my two daughters shall tarry with their Mother till they come to ye age of sixteen years.
My will is that after my wifes decease or marriage all th rest of my household goods to be equally devided amongst all ye rest of my children excepting one small pott called ye middle pott which I give to my son Charles also ye increase of my mare & her likewise to be equally devided among all my children."
Witnesses: James Forbus, Alice Forbus, Methusalem Vaughan 
- [SAuth] John Spencer Howell, Jr., John Spencer Howell, Jr., (http://www.jhowell.com/ firstname.lastname@example.org).
- [S710] Kate McCarter, Kate McCarter, (email@example.com
- [S712] Torrence, Clayton, Clayton Torrence - Old Somerset, (Richmond, VA
Whittet and Shepperson 1935).
- [S720] Mark Freeman, (http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~markfreeman/index.html).
- [S720] Mark Freeman, (http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~markfreeman/index.html), http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=markfreeman&id=I227869.