|b. 7 February 1691||Haverhill Mass||[Corliss1 4]|
|d. 1787||[Corliss1 4]|
|m. 1711||Haverhill Mass||[Haverhill1 627]|
[TAG 27:134] Lists birth of RH as 10 February 1691/2. RH married JC before 1712.
|b. 1646||Newbury Mass|
|d. 22 February 1698||Haverhill Mass|
|m. 30 December 1674||Newbury Mass||[TAG 23:2 110-112]|
 Sarah Moulton
|b. 17 December 1656||Hampton NH||[Moulton Annals 256-8]|
[Haverhill1 184-5] Two days afterward (August 15, 1696) Jonathan Haynes of this town and his four children, Mary, Thomas, Jonathan, and Joseph were captured. The children were in a field near Bradley's Mills, picking beans, and the father was reaping nearby. The Indians immediately started with their captives for Pennacock (Concord NH). When they arrived, they divided their prisoners and separated - one party taking the father and Joseph, and the other the remaining children. The first party started for their homes in Maine where they soon arrived. Their prisoners remained with them but a short time when they improved an opportunity to escape. After traveling 2 or 3 days with scarce anything to satisfy their craving appetites, the old man sunk down exausted. Finding his efforts to encourage his father well in vain, the son started onward, and soon after coming to the top of a hill, he climbed a tree, to see if he could discover any signs of civilization. But no such joyful sight was his, After the first bitter gush of grief had passed, and while he yet hesitated which course to take, his quick ear caught the sound of a sawmill. He listened. There was no mistaking that familiar sound, and, with glad heart and bounding step he followed it and soon found himself at the settlement of Saco. His story told and with ample assistance, and a bottle of milk, he hastened back to his father, whom he found as he left him - laid down to die... The milk and food news revived him, and, with considerable difficulty, he reached Saco. Here he remained until their strength was sufficiently recruited, when they started for Haverhill, where they soon arrived without further difficulty. The party which took the children, went to Canada, where they sere sold to the French. Mary was redeemed the following winter with 100 lbs of tobacco. The boys never returned. They were found in 1757 by 3 brothers named Haynes, but could not speak English and did not want to return.
[TAG 27:133-4] Children of JH recorded between 1675 and 1696/7 are Mary, mary, Thomas Jonathan, Mary, Joseph, Ruth, ABigail and Elizabeth.
|d. before 1652|
 Sarah Ingersol
[TAG 27:133-4] Salem VR (1:416) give the baptism of Jonathan and Sarah Haynes on 11:4m:1648. A Sarah Haynes married at Salem (SVR 3:457), 9:7m:1671, Moses Ebborn (Aborn). Since she is definitely the daughter of William Haynes and since the deeds in which children of Jonathan Haynes participated prove that JH was son of William, it is reasonable to infer that the 1648 baptisms refer to the children of WH.
Dewayne E. Perry
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