Ann “Nancy” Lee Hayden

St. Mary's County, Maryland, USA
Death 17 Apr 1835 (aged 60–61)
Washington County, Kentucky, USA
Burial Springfield, Washington County, Kentucky, USA
Memorial ID 105140915 View Source
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Ann "Nancy" Lee was the daughter of Philip Lee, who kept a diary of the Maryland League, and Susannah (Thompson) Lee.

Ann Lee first married Captain Samuel Willett, 1753-1793, in Nelson [now Marion County, Kentucky) in Nelson County, Virginia [now Kentucky] on August 12, 1786. James Morrison was the surety [bondsman] on the their marriage bond dated August 12, 1786. Philip Lee, father of the bride, filed a written consent with this bond. They were married by the Rev. William Taylor, a Baptist minister.

Mrs. Ann (lee) Willett married secondly to Wilfred Hayden on June 6, 1793 by the Rev. Father William DeRohan, the Roman Catholic priest at the Pottinger's Creek Catholic Settlement (now Holy Cross) in Nelson [now Marion] County, Kentucky. Henry Hayden was the bondsman/surety for their bond dated the same day and William Hayden, father of the groom, and Philip Lee, father of the bride, filed consents with this bond. These records are on file in the nelson County Clerk's Office in Bardstown, Kentucky.

Ann "Nancy" (Lee) Willett Hayden died testate. She wrote her will on April 4, 1835 and it was probated and recorded on April 27, 1835 in Washington County, Kentucky Will Book #f, on page 171 in the County Clerk's Office in Springfield, Kentucky. She left legacies to: her sons, William Hayden, James L. Hayden, Henry Hayden, and Philip Hayden; to her granddaughters: Elizabeth Roby, Martha Eleanor Linten, Nancy Hayden, daughter of my son Philip, Amelia daughter of my son James Lee Hayden and an unnamed granddaughter, daughter of her son Henry Hayden; legacies to her grandsons: children of my daughter, Wilfred Hays, Henry Hays, Thomas Hays, and Philip Hays. She named John Janes as her executor. This will was witnessed by George Grundy and Thomas Reed.

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