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Jasper Newton Hayes
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Birth: Mar. 4, 1838
Monroe County
Kentucky, USA
Death: Oct. 12, 1908
Monroe County
Kentucky, USA

He is son of the late John Howard Hayes and Elizabeth Gist and husband of Nancy Jane Harlin and Virginia Kirkpatrick. By first marriage he had: Mary Ellen, Mark Fraim, Ida Belle & Bruce Hayes. By 2nd marriage, Vanus, Howard, Nora, Nannie, Frederick Newton, & Jimmy Glenn Hayes.

(Kentucky: A History of the State, Battle, Perrin, & Kniffin, 3rd ed.,
1886. Monroe County):

SQUIRE JASPER HAYES was born March 4, 1838, on the place where he now
resides, on the East Fork of Big Barren River, in Monroe County, Ky., where he grew to manhood. In1862 he enlisted in Company D, Ninth
Kentucky Infantry, and remained in the service until the supression of the Rebellion. His father, John Hayes, was born near Tompkinsville; was a magistrate and captain of the militia, and died February 16, 1864, aged sixty years. He was the son of Aaron Hayes, a native of one of the Carolinas, who was a gunsmith in the Revolultion; removed to Barren County (now Monroe) previous to 1800, and died July 19, 1854. John Hayes married Betsa, daughter of Benjamin Gist, of Jackson County, Tenn., and Betsa Hayes died May 22, 1861, in her fifty-sixth year. From their union sprang Eliza A. (Carver), Mary (Carver), Isabelle (Russell), Duessee (Bratton), Serepta (Hestand), Savage and Ray (twins), Artemissa (Welch), Jasper and Newton (twins), and Nancy (Harland). Squire Jasper Hayes has been twice married; first, January 18, 1866, to Nancy J., daughter of Alexander Harland, of Clay County, Tenn., died January 25, 1877, and to them were born Mary E., Mark F., Ida B. and Bruce. He next married, January 3, 1878, Virginia, daughter of Sylvanus and Lenora (Roberds) Kirkpatrick, of Clay County, and this union has been favored by the birth of Vanus, Howard, Norah and Nannie. Squire Hayes is a farmer, having 500 acres of productive and well improved land. He is a member of the Christian Church, and in politics is identified with the Republican party. His father was long an elder of Gamaliel, one of the oldest Christian Churches in the Green River country. For many years past Squire Hayes has held the position of elder in the Christian Church. In 1871-72 he acted as deputy sheriff of Monroe County, and in 1883 he was elected magistrate and member of the court of claims,and now retains that responsible position.
Family links: 
  John Howard Hayes (1803 - 1861)
  Elizabeth Gist Hayes (1805 - 1861)
  Nancy Jane Harlin Hayes (1840 - 1877)
  Virginia Kirkpatrick Hayes (1850 - 1917)*
  Mary Ellen Hayes Pitcock (1867 - 1901)*
  Mark Fraim Hayes (1869 - 1943)*
  Ida Hayes (1872 - 1948)*
  Bruce Hayes (1875 - 1947)*
  Vanus H. Hayes (1878 - 1952)*
  Howard Hayes (1880 - 1933)*
  Nora Hayes (1881 - 1903)*
  Nannie Hayes West (1884 - 1948)*
  Frederick Newton Hayes (1886 - 1967)*
  James Glenn Hayes (1888 - 1941)*
  Nancy Hayes Harlin*
  Eliza Ann Hayes Carver (1828 - 1859)*
  Dusse Hayes Bratton (1833 - 1921)*
  Artamissa Hayes Welch (1836 - 1864)*
  Jasper Newton Hayes (1838 - 1908)
*Calculated relationship
Gamaliel Cemetery
Monroe County
Kentucky, USA
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Originally Created by: Marcella Headrick
Record added: May 28, 2006
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Jasper Newton Hayes
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Sgt Jasper Hayes Co D & Co I 9 Ky Inf & 23 Ky Inf USA 1838-1908.
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 Added: Jan. 7, 2010

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