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Welcome to the HAYHURST Family Tree

Ancestors of Kirk Louis Linton (1914-1987)

Terry Louis Linton 1968-2013

 

HAYHURST Branch of the 

LINTON Family Tree

Terry Louis Linton © 1968-2016

Linton Research Fund Inc., Publication © 1987-2016

Linton Research Fund Inc., Internet Publication © 2007-2016

 LINTON & BIRD Chronicles, Volume VI, Issue 1, Spring © 2011, ISSN 1941-3521

page established April 12, 2011

Updated January 30, 2013

updated April 25, 2016

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Kirk Louis LINTON (1914-1987) & Evelyn Virginia BIRD (1922-2012

Children:

Kenneth "Ken" Edward LINTON (1945) & Terry Louis LINTON (1949)

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(father & mother)

Charles Edward LINTON(1890-1958) & Annie Lucretia CRONK (1888-1956)

Children

John Edward Charles Linton (1910-1911); Florence Avis LINTON Beavers (1912-1990); Kirk Louis Linton(1914-1987); Georganna Linton (1916-1916); Theodore "Ted" Francis Linton (1917-1970); Bernadette "Bernie" Thelma LINTON Butler (1921-2014); Madeline "Madge" Elizabeth LINTON Bly(1922-1991)

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(grandfather & grandmother)

John Edward LINTON (1838-1901) & Sallie Fenmor STONESTREET (1861-1928)

 

Children:

Charles Edward LINTON (1890-1958)

& half-brother George Whippoorwill Stonestreet PHILLIPS (1904-1969)

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(great-grandparents

Doctor Lewis Colbert LINTON (1803-1876) & Sarah KOCHER (1810-1870)

Children

Mary Ann LINTON Jenkins (1828-1876); Emma Caroline LINTON Mendler Smith (1829-1909; Harriet LINTON Fuller King (1831-1912); Deborah Caroline LINTON Fowler (1834-1916); John Edward LINTON (1838-1901); Jerome D. LINTON (1839-1910); Francis "Frank" Charles LINTON (1844-1911); Morris LINTON (1848-1860)

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(2nd great-grandparents)

James LINTON (1769-1854) & Ann CROASDALE (1776-1852)

Children

George Croasdale LINTON (1802-1863); Lewis Colbert LINTON (1803-1876); Maurice Peter LINTON (1807-1872); Robert Henry LINTON (1809-1884); James LINTON, Jr. (1812 ?); Ann Croasdale LINTON (1815-1895); Deborah Caroline LINTON Ridge (1891-1894); Jeremiah Croasdale LINTON (1821- ?)

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(3rd great-grandparents)

(Master millwright) Isaiah LINTON (1739-1775) & Sarah HIRST (1742-1823)

children

Laura Ellicott LINTON (1766-1825); Thomas LINTON (1768-1829); James LINTON (1769-1854); William LINTON (1772-1848); Sarah LINTON (1774-1817)

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(4th great-grandparents)

John LINTON (1706-1761) & Elizabeth HAYHURST (1709-1795)

 

John Jr., was born May 15, 1706 in Neshaminy, Buckingham Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. He died on May 1, 1761, Wrightstown Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. John & Elizabeth were married on 20 Nov 1731, in Wrightstown. Elizabeth was born on June 1, 1709 in Middletown Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. She died on MAY 1, 1795 in Newtown Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania.

 

seven children:

Jacob LINTON (1732-1774); Rebekah LINTON Atkinson (1734-1810); David LINTON (1736-1739); Isaiah LINTON (1739-1775); William LINTON (1742-1802); Martha LINTON (1744-1744); Elizabeth LINTON Hannes (1751-1795)

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(5th great-grandparents)

William HAYHURST (1668–1713) & Rachel RADCLIFFE (1682–1715)

William was born on February 17, 1668, in Easington, Parish Slaidburn, County Yorkshire, England. He died on May 31, 1713, in Middletown Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. William & Rachel were married on 17 Oct 1702 • Langhorne, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Rachel was born on February 16, 1682, in Chapel Hill, Rossendale, Whalle, Musbury, Lancashire, England. She died on February 4, 1715 in Middletown Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania.

 

Four known Children:

Mary HAYHURST (1703–1729); Cuthbert HAYHURST (1706–1763); Elizabeth HAYHURST (1709–1795) and Rachel HAYHURST (1711–?)

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(6th great-grandparents)

Cuthbert HAYHURST Jr., (1632–1683) & Mary RUDD (1631–1686) the emigrants

Cuthbert Jr., was born in 1632 in Easington, Parish Slaidburn, County Yorkshire, England. He died on January 2, 1683, in Middletown Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Cuthbert and Mary were married on 28 Aug 1666, in Easington. Mary was born in 1631, Knowmeare, Waddington, Yorkshire, England. She died on July 24, 1686, in Neshaminy, Middletown Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania.

 

Six children:

William HAYHURST (1668–1713); Elizabeth HAYHURST (1669–1691); Margery HAYHURST (1671–1723); John HAYHURST (1673–1727); Cuthbert HAYHURST III (1678–1723) and Alice HAYHURST (1679–?)

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(7th great-grandparents)

Cuthbert HAYHURST (1600–1676) & Alice STACKHOUSE (1600–1667)

Cuthbert was born in 1600 in Slaidburn, West Riding, County Yorkshire, England and died on January 19, 1676, Newton In Bollard, County Yorkshire, England. Alice was born in 1600 • Newton In Bollard, Yorkshire, England and died on November 17, 1667, in Easington, Parish Slaidburn, County Yorkshire, England.

Five known children:

William HAYHURST (1626–1682); Alice HAYHURST (1630–?); Cuthbert HAYHURST II (1632–1683); Elizabeth HAYHURST (1635–?) and Margery HAYHURST (1636–1682)

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(8th great-grandparents)

William HAYHURST (1570–1650) & Jennet STACKHOUSE (1580–1667)

William was born in 1570, in Settle, Newton In Bollard, County Yorkshire, England. He died in April of 1650 in Slaidburn, West Riding, County Yorkshire, England.  Jennet was born in 1580, in Slaidburn, York, County Yorkshire, England died on November 17, 1667, in Slaidburn, York, County Yorkshire, England.

Ten known children:

Richard HAYHURST (1591–1597); Elizabeth HAYHIRST (1591–1596); Cuthbert HAYHURST (1600–1676); Christopher HAYHURST (1604–?); Jennet HAYHURST 1605–?); Ann HAYHURST (1605–1678); Margaret HAYHURST (1606–?); Elizabeth HAYHURST (1615–1672); William HAYHURST (1626–1682) and Isabel HAYHURST (1630–1685).

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(9th great-grandparents)

Cuthbert HAYHURST (1555–1623) & Isabella RANGILL (1555–1615)

Cuthbert was born in 1555 and died on August 26, 1623, in Settle, Newton In Bolland, County Yorkshire, England.   Isabella was born in 1555 and died on October 10, 1615, in Newton In Bollard, County Yorkshire, England.

Known Child:

William HAYHURST (1570–1650)

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(10th great-grandparents)

Cuthbert HAYHURST (1514–1576) & Alice WIGGLESWORTH (1530–1567)

Cuthbert was born in 1514 and died on January 19, 1576, in Newton In Bolland, County Yorkshire, England. Alice was born in 1530 and died on November 17, 1567, in Newton In Bolland County Yorkshire, England.

One known child:

Cuthbert HAYHURST (1555–1623)

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(11th great-grandparents)

William HAYHURST (1485–?) & unknown

William was born circa 1485 in Hayhurst, County Lancashire, England and died in Newton In Bolland, Yorkshire, England.

 

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 Terry Louis Linton © 1968-2016

Linton Research Fund Inc., Publication © 1987-2016

HAYHURST Surname

Terry Louis Linton © 1980

Linton Unlimited Publication © 1982

LINTON & BIRD Chronicles Volume I, Issue 2, Winter © 1984-1985, ISSN 1941-3521

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According to Name Origin Research © 1980, HAYHURST is surname of Anglo-Saxon origin and is a topographic surname. The name comes from someone who lives near woodland located at a high elevation or near a hedge or enclosure made of trees on a hill. The oldest HAYHURST Seal can be traced back to the parish of Ribchester, County Lancashire, England before the Norman Conquest in 1066. Ribchester is a village and civil parish within the Ribble Valley district of Lancashire, England. It lies on the banks of the River Ribble, 6 miles northwest of Blackburn and 12 miles east of Preston. The village has a long history with evidence of Bronze Age beginnings. It is well known as a significant Roman site being the location of a Roman cavalry fort called Bremetennacum.

The second element of the name derives from the Olde English pre 7th Century "hyrst" (Middle English "hurst"), knoll, hillock, wooded hill, and the first element may be either the Olde English "haeg", enclosure, "heah", high, or "heg", hay. Topographical surnames were among the earliest created, since both natural and man-made features in the landscape provided easily recognizable distinguishing names in the small communities of the Middle Ages.

Early examples of the surname include Thomas de Heyhurst (Sussex, 1327). In 1571, one Lawrence Hayhurst, of Ribhester, was entered in the Lancashire Wills Records held at Richmond. A Coat of Arms granted to the Hayhurst family of Parkhead, Lancashire, is a silver shield, having an azure chevron charged with a golden sun between three hay-rakes proper.

The first recorded spelling of the family name is shown to be that of Thomas de Hayhurst, which was dated 1246, witness in the "Assize Court Rolls of Lancashire," during the reign of King Henry III, known as "The Frenchman," 1216-1272. Roger de Linton can be found in these same rolls, but the two family are connected in same court cases.

Surnames became necessary when governments introduced personal taxation. In England this was known as Poll Tax. Throughout the centuries, surnames in every country have continued to "develop" often leading to astonishing variants of the original spelling.

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Terry Louis Linton © 1968-2016

Linton Research Fund Inc., Publication © 1987-2016

First printed in

LINTON & BIRD Chronicles, Volume I, Issue 12, Spring © 1985, ISSN 1941-3521

 

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