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Sarah Haynes (Moulton)

Also Known As: "Haines"
Birthdate: (75)
Birthplace: Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire
Death: Died in Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire
Immediate Family:

Daughter of William Moulton and Margaret Sanborn
Wife of Jonathan Haynes
Mother of Mary Haynes; Hannah Heath; Mary Preston; Thomas Haynes; Sarah Corbett and 6 others
Sister of Joseph Moulton; Benjamin Moulton; Hannah Sanborn; Mary Nichols; Ruth Sanborne and 2 others
Half sister of Capt. Jonathan Sanborn, Sr.

Managed by: Jason Andrew Hair
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About Sarah Haynes

Sarah Moulton, daughter of William Moulton and Margaret Page, was born Dec 1656, Hampton, Rockingham, New Hampshire and died in 1731.

She married on 30 Dec 1674 in Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts to Jonathan Haynes (1646 - 1698) of Salem. He was the son of William Haynes and Sarah Ingersoll.

"On 22 February 1698, a party fell upon Andover, killed five of the inhabitants and captured as many more. On their return, the same party killed Jonathan Haynes and Samuel Ladd, and captured a son of each."

Upon the death of Jonathan in 1698, administration on the estate of Jonathan Haynes was granted to Sarah Haines "relict and widow of Jonathan Haines of Haverhill." This occurred on 5 July 1698.

Sarah Haines, widow, Onesipherus Marsh and Stephen Dow, and Abraham Whitticer of Haverhill signed a petition on 17 April 1701, asking that measures be taken to secure the return of six children taken by the Indians from Haverhill. Two of the children who were taken and "yet wanting" were "Jonathan and Joseph hains taken August 15, 1696, Jonathan agged twelve and Joseph seven years". Her two sons were never returned to Massachusetts, and as records and stories later reveal, remained in Canada, married into French Canadian families and had forgotten their native language

It is believed Sarah died in 1731, and probably at Hampton, Massachusetts. {S4}. Another version says she died 13 Jul 1699, but that cannot be correct since she signed the petition above in 1701.

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From http://www.themorrisclan.com/GENEALOGY/HAYNES%20Jonathan%20F3744.html

CHILDREN of Jonathan HAYNES and Sarah MOULTON :

  1. Mary HAYNES. Born on 14 November 1675.
  2. Mary HAYNES. Born on 2 October 1677 at Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. She married John Preston, son of Samuel Preston and Susannah Gutterson, on 10 January 1705-1706 in Andover, Massachusetts. She died on 21 November 1746 in Andover, Essex County, Massachusetts.
  3. Hannah HAYNES. Born about 1678-1679 at Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. She married John HEATH, son of Josiah Heath and Mary Davis, on 16 December 1697 at Norwich, Connecticut. She died at Norwich, New London County, Connecticut.
  4. [F1872]. Thomas HAYNES. Born on 14 MAY 1680 at Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. He married Hannah HARRIMAN [F1873] on 22 December 1703 at Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts. He died on 6 December 1771 at Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts.
  5. Jonathan HAYNES. Born on 3 September 1684 in Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts. Captured by the Indians at age twelve and taken to Canada. He remained there, married and raised a family. married Marie POSÉ / PAUZÉ (not POUZE), daughter of Jacques and Marie JOBIDON, in 1712. The name of his parents was transmogrified by translation as was often the case, and so was the name of their town of residence shown as "Heuret near Boston" in the mariage record of 1712.
  6. [F1875]. Margaret HAYNES. Born on 3 March 1686-1687 at Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts. She married Thomas KINGSBURY [F1874] on 25 November 1706 in Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts. She died on 10 February 1753 at Hampton, Windham County, Connecticut.
  7. Mary HAYNES. Born ON 3 MarCH 1686-87 at Haverhill, Massachusetts. She married John Preston, son of Samuel and Susanna (Gutterson) Preston, on 10 Jan 1707 at Andover, Massachusetts. John Preston was born 1 May 1685. They settled at Killingly, Connecticut and later removed to Ashford, Connecticut. They had twelve children. Mary was captured by the Indians when she was a child but was recovered about a year later. She was either nine years old or nineteen years old as reported by Guy C. Haynes (probably nine). The tradition is she had a finger cut off by a neighborhood boy shortly before she was captured. There is some confusion regarding the two Marys and their sister Margaret. Is it possible Mary and Margaret were twins because both lines claim the same birthdate.
  8. Sarah HAYNES. Born ?. She married (1) Thomas Kingsbury, son of Henry Kingsbury, on 19 January 1702-1703 at Haverhill, Massachusetts. She was his second wife. He had been an Indian captive for several years, and when a distribution of town lands ofPlainfield was being made if was decided, "where as through the Goodness of God Thomas Kingsbury is returned from a Long Captivity and is now Providentially Cast amongst us," there would be deeded to him a tract of twenty acres lying on the north side of the River Moosup. The deed was dated 7 October 1708 and was approved in the Town meeting of 2 December 1708. His children by his first wife had been killed in an Indian raid in Haverhill in March 1697. Thomas and Sarah had no children. Thomas Kingsbury died on 11 June 1720 in Plainfield, Connecticut. Sarah married (2) William Corbet of Lebanon, Connecticut. Sarah died on 21 May 1745 at Lebanon, Windham County, Connecticut.
  9. Joseph HAYNES. (HAINS, HEINS, HENS). Born on 4 (July-S5)(August-S4) 1689 at Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts. Joseph was captured by the Indians at age seven and taken to Canada. He remained in Canada and married four times. Joseph married (1) Marguerite MAROIST on 12 Feb 1710 in L'Ange Gardian, Montmorency, Que, Canada. He married (2) Marie Françoise PINEL dit LAFRANCE on 1 Jul 1726, Sainte-Foy, Quebec, CANADA. He married (3) Catherine Josephe MIGNERON on 16 January 1731 at Sainte-Foy, Quebec, CANADA. He died on 3 May 1756 in Quebec, Canada; and was buried on 4 May 1756 in Quebec, Canada.
  10. Ruth HAYNES. Born on 10 February 1691-1692 in Essex County, Massachusetts. She married John Corliss in 1711 at Haverhill, Massachusetts. She died in 1787.
  11. Abigail HAYNES. Christened on 10 March 1694-1695 at Haverhill, Massachusetts. She married Jacob Warner on 11 January 1714-1715. She died on 5 July 1722 at Plainfield, Windham County, Connecticut.
  12. Elizabeth HAYNES. Born on 22 March 1696-1697 at Haverhill, Massachusetts. She married Isaac Spaulding, son of Edward Spaulding and Mary Brackett, on 2 February 1712-1713 at Plainfield, Connecticut. They lived in Plainfield, Windham County, Connecticut. Elizabeth died in 1756.
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Sarah Haynes's Timeline

1656
December 17, 1656
Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire
1675
November 14, 1675
Age 18
Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts
1677
July 19, 1677
Age 20
Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
October 2, 1677
Age 20
Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
1680
May 14, 1680
Age 23
Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
1681
January 19, 1681
Age 24
Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts
1684
September 3, 1684
Age 27
Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts
September 3, 1684
Age 27
Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
1686
March 3, 1686
Age 29
Haverhill, Essex County, Massachusetts