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  • Name HAYS, Notes 
    Gender Male 
    Military 1861-1865 
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    • Hays and Breeze ancestors: a genealogy of the parents of my father Ralph E. Hays : researched and compiled solely by the author, from records found in the United States at the National Archives, state archives, county court houses, in the U.S. census, and cemetery records

      pg 31
      Greene Co. TN tax lists: In Capt. Kirks Dist., 1809 - James Hays 155 acres on Lick creek, 1 white pole & 2 blacks, Nicholas Hays 1 white pole. Capt. Kirks dist. 1810 - James Hays, 155 acres on Lick creek, 1 white Pole, 2 blacks also John Hays, 1 white pole. Capt. Kirks dist. 1811 - James Hays 155 acres on Lick Creek, 2 black poles, also Lewis Hays 1 white poll, also the Kinsors are here in this dist. Capt. Kirks Dist. 1813 - James

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      Immigrants naturalized in Jefferson County, Indiana between Oct 1818 and Jun 30, 1821,

      book B pg 183
      James Hays County Clare, Ireland 26 yrs old

      book B pg 287
      William Hays Scotland age 57

      1850 Pike County, Madison Twp. The record enumerated on 30 July 1850 appears as follows:

      p. 29 dwelling 377 family 377

      James W. BASS 32 M Farmer value 3000 b. Indiana
      Angeline " 32 F b. Indiana
      Several children of this family, plus 15 boarders including Lewis Hays, age 23, m, laborer, bn. Indiana

      Jefferson County, Indiana Tax Lists 1826 - Madison Poll
      Hays Richard
      Hays James
      Hays Samuel 1828 - Madison Poll
      No Hays listed 1828 - Shelby Twp
      Hays James

      1840 Jefferson County, Indiana Census
      Hays, Lewis

      1850 Jefferson County, Indiana Census
      Hayse, Louis P with wife and 5 children.

      1854 Jefferson County, Indiana William Hay will

      1860 Indiana Census
      None listed that match ages or county.


      Susan M. Hays Lewis lists her parent's birthplace as Maryland, John Collins Hays lists their birthplace as Delaware

      Jefferson County, Indiana Marriage records also show: James Hays m. Margaret Mc Crory 14 Aug 1821 Minister P. Hemphill
      James Hays m. Mary Jones 7 Jun 1827 Minister John McCoy James Hays m. Sally Walton 18 Jan 1828 Minister Thomas Hill
      Abraham Walton m. Nancy Hays 23 Dec 1828 Minister Thomas Hill
      James Hays m. Martha Underwood Mar 1831 Minister S. Gregg
      John Hays m. Elizabeth Spiller 27 Dec 1827 Minister John McCoy
      John Hays m. Frances Chandler 11 Feb 1829 Minister John Cox
      Alfred Hays m. Permelia Reed 26 May 1836 Minister J. Glover(pg 40)
      Wm. Hays m. Zarelda Neville 27 Dec 1838 Minister J. M. Cox (pg 48) (
      Wm. Buried in Lancaster Twp)
      Wm. Hays m. Rebecca Baxter 1 Sep 1853 Minister B. Vauter (pg 113)
      Albert Hays pg 205 American Hays pg 63
      George Hays pg 106
      Hayden Hays pg 34
      Henry Hays pg 52
      Jesse Hays pg 194
      Samuel Hays pg 38
      Thomas Hays pg 147


      SUSSEX COUNTY, DELAWARE
      COURT HOUSE
      ORPHAN'S DOCKET INDEX
      1737-1847

      Haws, Nathan
      dec'd Account on his estate 1745 15
      Hays,Thomas dec'd Receipts for part of 1783 187

      his estate Beavins, John
      Petition vs Luke Hays 1797 Libro F 290
      Hays, Nathaniel dec'd Petn for dower in & 1810 347
      division of his land Hays, Nathaniel dec'd Report on dower in & 1811
      3 division of his land Hays, Richard dec'd Petn for dower in & 1815
      314 division of his land Hays, Richard dec'd Petition for division 1816
      345 of his land Hays, Joshua dec'd Petn for dower in & 1824
      173 division of his land Hays, Joshua dec'd Rept on dower in & val 1825
      314 of his land Hays, Alexander dec'd Petition for division 1825
      364 of his land Hays, Joshua dec'd Report on sale of 2/3 1825
      372 of his land Hays, Joshua dec'd Report on sale of 2/3 1826
      425 of his land Hays, Juliana Minor Petition to appoint 1826
      445 Guardian Hays, Joshua dec'd Petition for division 1828
      253 of 2/3 of his land Hays, Joshua dec'd Report on division of 1829
      364 1/3 of his land Hays, Julianna Minor Petition to appoint 1829
      494 Guardian Hays, Juli Ann Minor Report on anl val of 1830
      89 his land Hays, Nathaniel dec'd Petition for division 1834
      423 of 1/3 of his land Hays, Nathaniel dec'd Rept on val & accept of 1835
      452 1/3 of his land Hays, Abner dec'd Petition for dower in 1845
      438 his land Hays, Purnal dec'd Petition for dower in 1845
      82 his land Hays, Abner dec'd Report on dower in his 1845
      86 land


      A list of taxable persons & estates for the year 1777 in Brandywine Hundred, New Castle County, Delaware. Assessed by Thomas Babb January 27, 1778.
      Steven Hays 2



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      Daniel Louis Hayes
      550 Woods Drive
      San Marcos CA 92069
      from southern missouri.



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      145th REGIMENT INFANTRY.

      Organized at Indianapolis, Ind., and mustered in February 16, 1865. Moved to Nashville, Tenn., February 18-21; thence to Chattanooga, Tenn., February 22-23, and to Dalton, Ga., February 23. Skirmishes Spring Place February 27 and April 20. On Railroad Guard duty at Dalton, Marietta and Cuthbert, Ga., till January, 1866. Skirmish near Tunnel Hill March 3, 1865 (Detachment). Mustered out January 21, 1866. Lost during service 70 Enlisted men by disease.



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      Name: Samuel HAYES 1
      Sex: M
      Birth: 1800

      Ancestry Hints for Samuel HAYES

      5 possible matches found on Ancestry.com

      Father: James HAYES b: 1775
      Mother: NANCY b: 16 MAR 1769

      Marriage 1 Elizabeth YORK
      Children
      1. Susana HAYES b: ABT 1815

      Marriage 2 ELIZABETH b: 1801
      Children
      1. Nancy HAYES b: 26 DEC 1823
      2. Lewis HAYES b: 1825
      3. Allie HAYES b: 1827
      4. Gladston HAYES b: 1829
      5. James M. HAYES b: 1832
      6. Calvin HAYES b: 1834
      7. Eli HAYES b: 1836
      8. Oliver P. HAYES b: 1837
      9. Susannah HAYES b: 1838
      10. Barbara Elizabeth HAYES b: 1844

      Sources:
      1.Title: Routh, Lawrence W., The Rouths of Randolph County, N.C., 1978
      Page: p.210



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      Lt. Colonel Frank Hays, Indiana 63rd, Civil War

      http://ingenweb.org/inswitzerland/jenmorganraid.html

      REPORT OF GENERAL JOHN LOVE. INDIANAPOLIS, July 20, 1863,

      His EXCELLENCY, 0. P. MORTON, Governor of Indiana ;

      By appointment as your Aid-de-Camp to visit New Albany, on the receipt of news here that Morgan was in the vicinity of Corydon, and to advise you of the condition of affairs there, I left this city, on tho 9th inst., at 4 o clock P. M.; readf0, and New Albany at 11 P. M., where I found General James Hughes in command. General Hughes had made the best disposition possible of the forces under him. About two o clock A. M. of the 10th, we learned that Morgan did not intend an attack on New Albany, but was marching towards Salem. General Hughes being relieved from the command about this time, with his Staff, we took the early Jeffersonville train for Seymour, arriving at 10 A. M. General Hughes joined the troops who had organized and stationed at Mitchell. I remained at Seymour to organize Minute Men, and make the necessary disposition to meet Morgan, should he advance on Seymour, as then appeared quite probable. There were at Seymour two regiments of United States volunteers. To enable me to command all the forces, General Willcox appointed me Acting Brigadier General. The town of Seymour was filled with men from the neighborhood. These men were speedily organized, sworn into the State service for the emergency, and armed and equipped, to the number of three hundred. Mounted men, armed with their own rifles and shot-guns, were patrolling the country, and giving me information of the enemys whereabouts. For several hours after certain information that Morgan had taken Salem, it was impossible to learn what course he would next take. If his object was to damage the Ohio and Mississippi Railroad, then Mitchell would be the next place; if to march on Indianapolis, as many supposed, then his route would be towards Seymour from Salem. At 2 o clock on the morning of the llth, an engineer on the Jeffersonville Railroad arrived at Seymour, and reported that Morgan with his entire force was passing through Vienna at 6 o clock the evening before. Independent scouts, who left the vicinity of Salem at 6 o clock the evening before, reported Morgans whole force marching towards Vienna. This information, confirmed by two different and reliable sources, satisfied me, and I so reported to your excellency, and to General Wilcox. It was the more satisfactory to get such reliable information at this time, as all sorts of reports were in circulation ; amongst others, that Morgan had actually taken Orleans, and was marching on Mitchell. About 3 o clock P. M. on the llth I received an order from General Willcox to proceed with my command to Vernon. Taking all the transportation at Seymour, we started for Vernon at 3 o clock, with the Michigan Sharp-shooters, under Colonel De Land, and a battalion under Lieutenant Colonel Frank Hays, composed of a portion of the 63d Indiana, and detachments of exchanged men. I turned over the post of Seymour to Captain M. W. Shields, of Jackson, who had been active in arousing the neighborhood to arms, and who placed himself at the head of the mounted men, and rendered invaluable service.

      We reached North Vernon at about 4 o clock P. M., where the wildest excitement prevailed. Rumors were current that Morgan had three times demanded the surrender of Vernon, and was then within one mile of the town. At North Vernon, I found Cohrt of his Regiment, from Dearborn county, and ordered him to Vernon by the line of the rail road. In ten minutes, our column was on the old road to Vernon, a distance of two miles. By rapid marching, much of the time in double-quick, although the day was intensely hot, we reached Vernon at about 5 o clock, our men in the best of spirits. When the head of the column reached Vernon, I received a message from Col. Williams, of Ohio county, then in command, to hasten in person to the front. Here I found Col. Williams with an Aid of Morgans, who was within our lines with a flag of truce, to demand, for the second time, the surrender of the town. I directed the Aid to say to Gen. Morgan that I had a sufficient force for my purpose, that the country was swarming with armed men, that it would be impossible for him to escape, and that if he would surrender to me, I would treat him as a prisoner of war. Having but 1,000 men, and assured that Morgans whole force was around the town, I sent to Morgan to ask two hours to remove the women and children before he commenced the attack. He replied, he would give but fifteen minutes. It was now nearly dark ; the women and children were hurried out of the town, and disposition made to defend to the last. Arriving so late in the day, and a stranger to the country, and unacquainted with the roads, to and from the town, it was impossible to make such arrangements as I would otherwise have done. From reports brought me, and the firing in the rear towards North Vernon, I supposed Morgan intended to march round the town, take North Vernon, and so cut us off. The firing turned out to be a skirmish between some of our men and a detachment of Morgan s men, sent to damage the O & M. R. R. track to the west of North Vernon. Morgans detachment reached the O & M. R. R., but did no damage beyond such as was repaired in two hours. Having only about forty mounted men, it was impossible to get information of the movements of the enemy, our mounted men being employed as videttes to the picket stations, to prevent surprise. At 1 o clock at night, the Recorder of Jennings County, Thos. Riley, Esq., who was taken prisoner in the morning, made his way into town, and gave me information that Morgan had marched towards Dupont. I sent all the mounted men I could raise about twenty under Capt. Boyd, to follow him. Our scouts followed to within two miles of Dupont, returning about 8 o clock in the morning, with twenty prisoners, their horses, arms, and equipments. The prisoners were sent to this city. The women and children were sent for in time to reach their homes at daylight. I am pleased to be able to report, that beyond the natural alarm occasioned by so unexpected and apparently great danger, no serious disaster occurred to the women and children, the night being warm and cloudy. On the morning of the 12th, I joined my forces with Maj. Gen. Wallace, who arrived at Vernon at 9 o clock. Rumors were conflicting all day of the 12th. He was supposed to be attempting to escape by Madison. On the 13th we heard he, was at Versailles, when, on the evening of that day, we proceeded by rail to Osgood. On the 14th, Gen. Wallace marched by land towards Sunman, on the I. & C. R. R., joining Gen. Hughes at Milan. Our entire force, under Gen. Wallace, reached Sunman at 6 o clock P. M. of the 14th, after a fatiguing march of eighteen miles.

      Morgan now being far in the State of Ohio, our troops were brought to this city, and, on the 17th, discharged. It is due to Col. Williams and his gallant regiment from Ohio County, to say, that with only two hundred men of his regiment, andeeennings County, he refused to surrender Vernon to Morgans force of forty-five hundred, with five pieces of artillery. On my arrival at Vernon, I found Col. Williams had made the best disposition of the three small field pieces under his command, and that he was determined to hold out till reinforced. The failure to take Vernon was the first check Morgan had met with since entering our State, and, it is believed, embarrassed him, by turning him back on his route ten miles from the course he had probably marked out. His plan was, no doubt, to take North Vernon, and thus damage the roads centering there. It is proper that I should mention that James H. Vawter, Esq., of Vernon, and Col. James H. Cravens, of Ripley, were most active and energetic, and rendered untiring service. No people could have behaved better than did the citizens of Vernon, and particularly would I speak of the women and children. When they found it was necessary for them to leave, temporarily, their homes, not an exciting sound or act escaped them, and all moved out calmly. It should be to us all a source of congratulation at the alacrity and earnestness with which our citizens, to a man, sprang to arms, and vied with each other who should be fore most and render the most service. What Morgans plans may have been, time has not yet developed, but if the most natural that of cutting our communications he signally failed in our State. So rapidly was he pursued, that he failed to break communication on any road for more than twenty-four hours, and many of them not more than six hours. We pursued him to the Ohio line, and I think turned him over to the care of Ohio in such an exhausted condition that I should not be surprised at the report of the rout and capture of his command being confirmed. My impromptu staff, consisting of Maj. C. T. Woolfolk, Surg. Thomas B. Harvey, Capts. J. L. Buell, H. A. N. Sain, C. Durham, and Charles Pool, were very efficient and rendered valuable assistance. My brigade, as finally organized under Gen. Wallace, consisted of the Boone County regiment, under Col. Gregory ; the Hendricks County regiment, under the immediate command of Col. Bennet, of the 69th regiment Indiana Volunteers, who, though on sick leave, and then suffering, volunteered his services ; the splendid battery of Yon Sehlen; and, as before stated, the Michigan Sharpshooters; and a battalion of the 63d regiment Indiana, and a detachment of exchanged men. It is with pleasure I bear testimony to the zeal and earnestness of every officer and soldier of the brigade, and the uncomplaining endurance of the hard ships of this brief but exciting expedition. To Gen. O. B. Willcox the State is under obligations for his hearty co-operation with the State authorities, and his energy and skill in the disposition of the forces.

      I have the honor to be, Governor, Very Respectfully,

      JOHN LOVE, Actg Brig. Gen,




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      Indiana Marriage Collection, 1800-1941

      Name: Rachel Hays
      Spouse Name: Thos Vanscoy
      Marriage County: White
      Source Title 1: White County, Indiana
      Source Title 2: Index to Marriage Record 1850 - 1920 Volume I Lett
      Source Title 3: W. P. A. Original Record Located: County Clerk's O
      Book: C-3
      OS Page: 419

      Name: Rachel Hays
      Spouse Name: George Bucks
      Marriage Date: 24 Feb 1880
      Marriage County: Posey
      Source Title 1: Posey County, Indiana
      Source Title 2: Index to Marriage Record 1850 - 1920 Inclusive Vol
      Source Title 3: W. P. A Original Record Located: County Clerk's Of
      Book: C- 8
      OS Page: 228



      1810 United States Federal Census

      Name: Rachel Hays
      Township: Nanticoke Hundred
      County: Sussex
      State: Delaware
      Free White Males Under 10: 1 Could be Lewis/Louis
      Free White Males 10 to 15: 2
      Free White Females 16 to 25: 1
      Free White Females 45 and Over: 1 Rachel
      Numbers of Slaves: 4
      Number of Household Members Under 16: 3
      Number of Household Members Over 25: 1
      Number of Household Members: 9



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    Person ID I26875  oldham
    Last Modified 16 Dec 2011 

    Children 
     1. HAYS, Adam,   b. Abt 1703, Delaware, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1789, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 87 years)
     2. HAYS, Alfred,   b. Kentucky, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1869, Greencastle, Putnam County, Indiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location
     3. HAYS, Alexander,   b. Abt 1800, Delaware, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
     4. HAYS, Charles,   b. Abt 1766, Sussex County, Delaware, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 17 Mar 1815  (Age ~ 49 years)
     5. HAYS, David,   b. 6 Jun 1766, Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 30 Apr 1844, Clinton County, Ohio, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 77 years)
     6. HAYS, Isaac,   b. Abt 1849, Indiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
     7. HAYS, James,   b. 12 Aug 1785, Warwickshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 9 Sep 1851, Heth Twp., Harrison County, Indiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 66 years)
     8. HAYS, James,   b. 1798, Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
     9. HAYS, James S.,   b. 10 Oct 1801, Virginia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 30 Jan 1861, Hildago, Jasper County, Illinois , USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 59 years)
     10. HAYS, John T.,   b. 1812, Maryland, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
     11. HAYS, Jonathan,   b. 14 Jan 1729, Delaware, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 29 Mar 1793, Emmitsburg, Frederick County, Maryland, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 64 years)
     12. HAYS, Lewis,   b. 1836, Indiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
     13. HAYS, Lewis P.,   b. 3 Dec 1775,   d. 6 Jul 1817, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 41 years)
     14. HAYS, Louis or Lewis P.,   b. Abt 1811, Dover, Kent County, Delaware, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   bur. Aft 1860  (Age ~ 50 years)
     15. HAY, Oliver,   b. 22 May 1846, Indiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
     16. HAYS, Purnel
     17. HAYS, Samuel A.,   b. 1807, Virginia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
     18. HAYS, Tommy,   b. 22 Jun 1921, Bloomington, Monroe County, Indiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 5 Sep 2005, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 84 years)
     19. HAYS, William,   b. 1810, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
     20. HAYS, William,   b. Abt 1810, Delaware, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
    Last Modified 24 Sep 2017 
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