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  • ID: I17237
  • Name: Patrick HAYS 1 2 3
  • Sex: M
  • Title: Capt
  • Birth: in Ireland 3
  • Event: Deed 15 AUG 1769 Patrick Hays sold to Samuel Hays, 215 acres in Beverley Manor, for 250 4
  • Event: Deed 18 MAY 1750 474 acres Beverley Manor of Thomas Yates' land 1
  • Residence: 15 AUG 1769 Derry Twp., Lancaster Co., PA 5
  • Residence: ABT 1742 Borden's Tract--petition for a road--overseers, Captain Patrick Hays & Cpt. Charles Campbell 6
  • Immigration: 26 JUN 1740 to Orange Co., VA 3
  • Event: Land Patent 1742 Patrick Hays (Frank -Francis), 254 acres purchased on Beverly lne 7
  • Event: Grantor 1759 254 acres on Beverly line to William Hays for 100 pounds 7
  • Event: Court 1742 Patrick Hays appointed captian --militia officers, Orange Co., VA 8
  • Event: Military 1742 Captain of militia--Orange Co., VA 9
  • Note:
    Importation into Orange Co., VA
    May 1740
    Patrick Hays, Francis, Joan, Wm, Margrot, Catharine, Ruth Hayes
    (from Ireland)
    Source: Orange Co., Virginia Court Records: Court of Common Pleas




    Marriage 1 Francis b: in Ireland
      Children
      1. Has No Children Samuel HAYS
      2. Has No Children William HAYS b: BEF 1740 in Ireland
      3. Has No Children Jean HAYS b: BEF 1740 in Ireland
      4. Has No Children Margrot HAYS b: BEF 1740 in Ireland
      5. Has No Children Catharine HAYS b: BEF 1740 in Ireland
      6. Has No Children Ruth HAYS b: BEF 1740 in Ireland

      Sources:
      1. Title: Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, Volume III
        Author: Lyman Chalkley, Complete in Three Volumes, Volume 3 (Records of Augusta Co. VA, 1745-1800)
        Publication: 1912, Baltimore, MD, (c) Copyright 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 USGenWeb Archives(TM)
        Note: Augusta Co. was formed in 1745 and prior to that time, it had become the refuge and home to a strong body of Scotish-Irish immigrants.
        Repository:
        Note: Library of Congress Catalogue Card Number 65-15351
        Media: Book
        Page: p. 488, Deed Book 15, pp. 480-489
        Text: p. 488, Deed Book 15, pp. 480-489
        Page 521.--15th August, 1769. Patrick Hays, in Derry Township,
        Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, to Samuel Hays, 250, 215 acres in Beverley
        Manor, by deed, 18th May, 1750, corner Thomas Yates' land; corner James
        Mitchell; corner William Hays. Teste: Patrick, John and Robert Buchanan,
        Wm. Brownlee. Delivered: Alex. Brownlee, October, 1779.

        Page 524.--16th August, 1769. Same to William Hays, 250, 259 acres
        by deed, 18th May, 1750, in Beverley Manor, Thomas Yates' land. Delivered:
        James Mitchell per Mr. Hayes' order, 14th April, 1777.
      2. Title: Headrights of Orange Co., VA
        Author: Lois Masters, April 1997 transcribed
        Publication: USGenWeb Archives, Orange Co., VA, This page last modified Wednesday, August 02, 2006
        Note: Imports to Orange Co. Page 1 Page 2
        Cumberland County, N.C. Court Records Item 16, Latter Day Saints microfilm # 0954248
        *****
        Addendum 2 Headrights of Orange Co., Virginia[1] Headrights were grants of 50 acres of land per "head" - or per white male over the age of 16 who transported himself to the colonies. They appear in th e Court of Common Pleas in the county in which the land was granted. The attached file includes the headrights copied from the Orange Co., Va Court of Common Pleas in the 18th Century. These headright s function as the only real immigration record for English, Scot or Irish immigrants in that time period. The headright identifies the country of origin and generally the port of entry in the colonies .
        Repository:
        Media: Electronic
        Page: Source: Orange Co., Virginia Court Records: Court of Common Pleas
        Text: Source: Orange Co., Virginia Court Records: Court of Common Pleas
        Importation into Orange Co., VA
        May 1740
        Patrick Hays, Francis, Joan, Wm, Margrot, Catharine, Ruth Hayes
        (from Ireland)
      3. Title: History of Rockbridge County Virginia, Part 1 & Part II
        Author: Oren F. Morton
        Publication: Staunton, VA, The McClure Co., Inc., 1920
        Repository:
        Note: http: //books.google.com/
        Media: Book
        Page: Section XIII, Various Lists, Importations, 1739-1740, p. 456
        Text: Section XIII, Various Lists, Importations, 1739-1740, p. 456
        from county court of Orange
        June 27, 1740
        John Hay; for himself and Rebecca, Charles, Andrew, Barbara, Jane, Robert
        Patrick Hays: for himself and Frances, Jean, William, Margaret, Catherine, Ruth
        Patrick Campbell; for himself and Elizabeth, Charles, William, Patrick, Jr., John, Mary, Elizabeth, Gennet
      4. Title: Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, Volume III
        Author: Lyman Chalkley, Complete in Three Volumes, Volume 3 (Records of Augusta Co. VA, 1745-1800)
        Publication: 1912, Baltimore, MD, (c) Copyright 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 USGenWeb Archives(TM)
        Note: Augusta Co. was formed in 1745 and prior to that time, it had become the refuge and home to a strong body of Scotish-Irish immigrants.
        Repository:
        Note: Library of Congress Catalogue Card Number 65-15351
        Media: Book
        Page: p. 488, Deed Book 15, pp. 251-545
        Text: Page 521.--15th August, 1769. Patrick Hays, in Derry Township,
        Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, to Samuel Hays, 250, 215 acres in Beverley
        Manor, by deed, 18th May, 1750, corner Thomas Yates' land; corner James
        Mitchell; corner William Hays. Teste: Patrick, John and Robert Buchanan,
        Wm. Brownlee. Delivered: Alex. Brownlee, October, 1779.

        Page 524.--16th August, 1769. Same to William Hays, 250, 259 acres
        by deed, 18th May, 1750, in Beverley Manor, Thomas Yates' land. Delivered:
        James Mitchell per Mr. Hayes' order, 14th April, 1777.
      5. Title: Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia, Volume III
        Author: Lyman Chalkley, Complete in Three Volumes, Volume 3 (Records of Augusta Co. VA, 1745-1800)
        Publication: 1912, Baltimore, MD, (c) Copyright 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 USGenWeb Archives(TM)
        Note: Augusta Co. was formed in 1745 and prior to that time, it had become the refuge and home to a strong body of Scotish-Irish immigrants.
        Repository:
        Note: Library of Congress Catalogue Card Number 65-15351
        Media: Book
        Page: p. 488, Deed Book 15, pp. 251-545
        Text: Page 521.--15th August, 1769. Patrick Hays, in Derry Township,
        Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, to Samuel Hays, 250, 215 acres in Beverley
        Manor, by deed, 18th May, 1750, corner Thomas Yates' land; corner James
        Mitchell; corner William Hays. Teste: Patrick, John and Robert Buchanan,
        Wm. Brownlee. Delivered: Alex. Brownlee, October, 1779.

        Page 524.--16th August, 1769. Same to William Hays, 250, 259 acres
        by deed, 18th May, 1750, in Beverley Manor, Thomas Yates' land. Delivered:
        James Mitchell per Mr. Hayes' order, 14th April, 1777.
      6. Title: History of Rockbridge County Virginia, Part 1 & Part II
        Author: Oren F. Morton
        Publication: Staunton, VA, The McClure Co., Inc., 1920
        Repository:
        Note: http: //books.google.com/
        Media: Book
        Page: Part 1, Chapter VII, Annals of 1737-1777 Selections from records of Orange, Augusta, & Botetourt, Orange Order Book 1735-1745, p. 54
        Text: Part 1, Chapter VII, Annals of 1737-1777 Selections from records of Orange, Augusta, & Botetourt, Orange Order Book 1735-1745, p. 54
        ". . .People of Borden Tract petition for a road from James Youn's on to Borden's Tract by a gap in Blue Ridge called Michael Woods Gap. Francis McCon, Samuel Walker, Captain Charles Campbell & Capta in Patrick Hays among the overseers. . ."
      7. Title: History of Rockbridge County Virginia, Part 1 & Part II
        Author: Oren F. Morton
        Publication: Staunton, VA, The McClure Co., Inc., 1920
        Repository:
        Note: http: //books.google.com/
        Media: Book
        Page: Section II, Conveyances in Borden Tract, 1741-1780 pp. 343-346, p. 345
        Text: Section II, Conveyances in Borden Tract, 1741-1780 pp. 343-346, p. 345
        Hays, David--124 acres--3 15s --1749
        p. 346 Hays, Patrick (Frank, Francis)--254 acres - 7 pounds 12s 5d--1742--Beverly line--sold to William Hays, 1759, for 100 pounds--deed says this tract is part of 854 acres held by Borden and Beverl y.
      8. Title: History of Rockbridge County Virginia, Part 1 & Part II
        Author: Oren F. Morton
        Publication: Staunton, VA, The McClure Co., Inc., 1920
        Repository:
        Note: http: //books.google.com/
        Media: Book
        Page: Part 1, Chapter VII, Annals of 1737-1777 Selections from records of Orange, Augusta, & Botetourt, Orange Order Book 1735-1745
        Text: Part 1, Chapter VII, Annals of 1737-1777 Selections from records of Orange, Augusta, & Botetourt, Orange Order Book 1735-1745, p. 54
        Militia offivers: John Mathews and Patrick Hays, appointed captains in 1742. . .lieutenant . . .Andrew Hays in 1745. . ."
      9. Title: History of Rockbridge County Virginia, Part 1 & Part II
        Author: Oren F. Morton
        Publication: Staunton, VA, The McClure Co., Inc., 1920
        Repository:
        Note: http: //books.google.com/
        Media: Book
        Page: Part 1, Chapter VII, Annals of 1737-1777 Selections from records of Orange, Augusta, & Botetourt, Orange Order Book 1735-1745, p. 54
        Text: Part 1, Chapter VII, Annals of 1737-1777 Selections from records of Orange, Augusta, & Botetourt, Orange Order Book 1735-1745, p. 54
        Militia offivers: John Mathews and Patrick Hays, appointed captains in 1742. . .lieutenant . . .Andrew Hays in 1745. . ."

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