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Haywood family roots, traces and trails--west from Virginia, 1650 --- 1992, and it's many affilliated [sic] branches

by James Eldred Haywood
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Sacramento, California : J.E. Haywood, 1993
ix, 243, 56, [1] p. : ill., ports.

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The immigrant ancestor, Francis Haywood (ca. 1620-1677), sailed from England to Virginia in 1639. The first existing record of Francis Haywood (Hawkwood) is dated Aug. 12, 1650 when he is receiving a patent for land in Charles City Co., Virginia. He was married to Elizabeth Creed, the daughter of Ralph and Grace Creed. His son, George Haywood (Hogwood), Sr. (1664-1727), the progenitor of this family, married Ann ? ca. 1690. He made his will in Surry Co., Va. Two months before he made his will he received a land grant in Brunswick Co., Virginia. Descendants live in North Carolina, Tennessee, Arkansas, Missouri, Michigan, Oklahoma, Illinois, California, Virginia and elsewhere.

Includes index.

Includes Haywood/Hogwood, Bateman, Bradford, Cary, Ellis, Eubanks, Hampton, Hedge, King, Miller, Seal, Smith, Taylor, Thomas, Williams and allied families.

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