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Josiah Haynes

Birth
Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire Unitary Authority, Wiltshire, England
Death
31 Jan 1698 (aged 74–75)
Sudbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA
Burial
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He was the son of Walter & Elizabeth Haynes.

He came to America with his parents aboard the "Confidence" in the year 1638.

He married the widow, Elizabeth (Noyes)Freeman, 13 Nov 1646. She being the daughter of Peter Noyes and widow of John Freeman.

We learn from the town records of Sudbury, Massachusetts:
On July 9, 1645 - Josiah Haynes took the Oath of fidelity.
In 1666 he was chosen on the Board of Selectmen.
In 1674 he was appointed as surveyor.
On Oct. 21, 1674 he was chosen to supply lumber for a new bridge over the Sudbury River.
On July 9, 1675 he was promoted from Sgt. To Lieutenant.
On July 11, 1684 he was chosen to be on the committee appointed to ratify the contract on behalf of the town of another tract of land purchased from the Indians.

The exact date of death of Josiah Haynes is not known, but his will was dated Jan. 31, 1698, showing that he lived to an old age.

Children of Josiah Haynes and Elizabeth Noyes are:
1. Josiah b-27 Apr 1655, d-bef 23 Nov 1721
2. Thomas b-abt 1656, d-29 Jun 1656
3. Abigail b-30 Nov 1657
4. Deborah (twin) b-13 Dec 1659
5. Sarah (twin) b-13 Dec 1659
6. Hannah b-31 Dec 1660, d. 20 Apr 1669
7. Sarah b-28 Sep 1663, d-bef 31 Jan 1698
8. Caleb b-19 May 1667, d. 1687
9. Joshua b-17 Sep 1669, d. 29 Mar 1757
He was the son of Walter & Elizabeth Haynes.

He came to America with his parents aboard the "Confidence" in the year 1638.

He married the widow, Elizabeth (Noyes)Freeman, 13 Nov 1646. She being the daughter of Peter Noyes and widow of John Freeman.

We learn from the town records of Sudbury, Massachusetts:
On July 9, 1645 - Josiah Haynes took the Oath of fidelity.
In 1666 he was chosen on the Board of Selectmen.
In 1674 he was appointed as surveyor.
On Oct. 21, 1674 he was chosen to supply lumber for a new bridge over the Sudbury River.
On July 9, 1675 he was promoted from Sgt. To Lieutenant.
On July 11, 1684 he was chosen to be on the committee appointed to ratify the contract on behalf of the town of another tract of land purchased from the Indians.

The exact date of death of Josiah Haynes is not known, but his will was dated Jan. 31, 1698, showing that he lived to an old age.

Children of Josiah Haynes and Elizabeth Noyes are:
1. Josiah b-27 Apr 1655, d-bef 23 Nov 1721
2. Thomas b-abt 1656, d-29 Jun 1656
3. Abigail b-30 Nov 1657
4. Deborah (twin) b-13 Dec 1659
5. Sarah (twin) b-13 Dec 1659
6. Hannah b-31 Dec 1660, d. 20 Apr 1669
7. Sarah b-28 Sep 1663, d-bef 31 Jan 1698
8. Caleb b-19 May 1667, d. 1687
9. Joshua b-17 Sep 1669, d. 29 Mar 1757


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