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Thomas Haydon England to Virginia 1657

by Robert Haydon
Books/Monographs
English
Little Rock, Arkansas : R. Haydon, c1991, 1995
99 p. : ill., facsims., ports., maps
2nd print

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Bibliography: p. 89-92.

Life of Thomas Haydon (ca. 1640-1717), who was probably born in the parish of Uphill, Somersetshire, England. He left England for Virginia in the latter part of 1656 or early 1657 arriving at Jamestown. The first record of Thomas in Virginia was filed at Jamestown on Nov. 20, 1657 when Thomas Broughton recorded a survey for land patent. Thomas Haydon lived in Maryland by 1665 and moved back to Virginia by 1673 living in Lancaster and Northumberland Counties.

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