Samuel Hayward, Sr. (1642 - 1713) MP

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Birthplace: Braintree, (Present Norfolk County), Massachusetts Bay Colony
Death: Died in Braintree, Suffolk County (Present Norfolk County), Province of Massachusetts
Occupation: housewright
Managed by: Thomas Shirley
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About Samuel Hayward, Sr.

Samuel was the first Hayward to locate in Menden, where Ferdinando Thayer (brother-in-law) had already moved

Samuel owned house lots in Mendon (some in payment for civic services) prior to King Philip's War. He left Mendon during the war and is recorded as having returned immediately following King Philip's death.

Numerous references in Annals of Mendon

http://books.google.com/books?id=dh2iu18a47gC&pg=PA332&lpg=PA332&dq=%22warfield+Hayward%22&source=web&ots=SZKUnBoVe3&sig=Ke-p2XHRajQiWZQfl1RQ-tCD31Y&hl=en#PPA48,M1

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Samuel Hayward, Sr.'s Timeline

1642
January 4, 1642
Braintree, (Present Norfolk County), Massachusetts Bay Colony
1650
July 9, 1650
Age 8
Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts
1666
November 28, 1666
Age 24
Medfield, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States
1670
1670
Age 27
Mendon, Worcester County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
1671
1671
Age 28
Worcester, MA, USA
1678
April 3, 1678
Age 36
Mendon, Worcester County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
1680
August 18, 1680
Age 38
Mendon, Worcester, MA
1682
November 9, 1682
Age 40
Braintree, Suffolk County (Present Norfolk County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
1683
May 18, 1683
Age 41
Swansea, Bristol, MA
1686
October 10, 1686
Age 44
Mendon,Worcester,Massachusetts,USA