Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties

Nicholas Hayward

Male 1640 - 1698  (57 years)

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  • Name Nicholas Hayward 
    Born 24 Mar 1639/40  London, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 1698  London, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I048346  Tree1
    Last Modified 3 Dec 2020 

    Father Nicholas Hayward,   b. Bef 1612, London, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1656, London, England Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 46 years) 
    Family ID F25610  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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      pp.246 Virga. August ye 3 Bill of Exch. y: 17s: 00d
      Att thirty daies sight after this my first bill of Each my second and third of ye same are not paid pay unto Mr. FRANCIS HAMMERSLEY or order ye just sume of Seven pounds Seventeen shillings Sterl. make good paymt and place it to acct of Sr yor humble Servt. SAMPSON DORRELL To JACOB HINDE Dwelling near Aldegate. LONDON
      Virga. August 4th Endort in blanke - FRANCIS HAMMERSLEY

      pp.246- 246a BY THIS PUBLICLY INSTRUMENT of Protest bee it known unto all that on ye 3d day of January in the Second yeare of ye Reigne of our Sovereign Lord & Lady WM. & MARY I NICHOLAS HAYWARD Notary and Tabellion Publick dwellinge in LONDON admitted and Sworne went to ye house of Mr. JACOB HINDE near ALDEGATE and there speakeinge to him & demanding of him if hee would pay ye originall Bill of Excha of Seven poundes Seventeene shillings there MR HINDE produced mee a Letter from MR. SAMPSON DORRELL it drawer wherein were these words Sr. If there comes a Bill of Excha upon you by mee for Seven poundes Seventeene Shillings payable to one HAMMERSLEY my request is you doe not pay it, it beinge allready complyede wth here but suffer a protest to pass wch said MR. HINDE gave for his answer. Whereupon I ye said Notary all ye request aforesaid have protested as by these pnts I doe protest against SAMPSON DORRELL drawer of ye said Bill as against all others therein in any wayes oblidged for all damadges & Interest allready suffered for want of payment of said Bill Thus done & protested in LONDON in presence of MARE OLDER & ABRA. PALLMINSTER NICHOLAS HAYWARD Not Pub Two shillings & six pence for this protest
      Recorded ye 10th day of May 1692

      p. 257a- MR. NICHOLAS HAYWARD. These are to certifie to you & all whom itt may concerne that I sent my Sloop to Mr. GEORGE BRENT to fetch his freight Tobacco & shee brought on board my Ship ye SPENCER that is to ye side butt soe it fell out that beinge this yeare quite deceived in ye Stowadge of my Ship, she not beinge able to take see much as formerly by Fifty or Sixty hhds I could not take in Seventeene hhds of ye said BRENTs Tobacco, that came from his house marked and numbred as in ye Margent wch thee therefore was constrained to putt on shore into yor warehouse, where yor Brother TODD lives wch BRENT knew nothinge off untill be came down in order to take his Bill of Loadeinge and here found twee Extream ill at COLO., FITZHUGHs what Sicknesse of mind hath been in a great measure the cause of this Disappointment soe that by this you will finde what is ye reason ye purport of MR. BRENT letter to you written before hee came from home concerninge Tobacco will not bee full filled. Wittness my hande this 23 day of July 1692