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daniel hayden

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Latest Activity: Apr 28, 2013

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/regarding Everett's children

Everett had several children...My father, Lloyd Henry Hayden b. 11-29-1914 dec. 10-15-1996, my aunt Mae, and Francis (Frank).  I can get the d.o.b. & death on Mae & Frank. Regarding the…Continue

Started by David Lloyd Hayden Apr 24, 2013.

The property in the name of M. Hayden 2 Replies

I think that the M. is not Margaret, who was not a daughter of Daniel.  Rather, it refers to Michael Needler Hayden, son of Daniel who was born 8-6-1854 and was married to Margaret.  While his name…Continue

Started by David Lloyd Hayden. Last reply by David Lloyd Hayden Apr 23, 2013.

Daniel's birth

While the records show Daniel born in England, I believe he was born in Ireland to John and Ann Hayden.  They (Daniel and brother David show up at ages 13 & 14 in England census of 1841 in a home…Continue

Started by David Lloyd Hayden Apr 22, 2013.

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Comment by Glenn Browne on August 4, 2012 at 10:26am

Our records show Daniel Hayden was born May 1828 in England. He was in Canada in 1861 and then shows up in a 1880 census in Thompson Twp, Kittson County. He died in Hazelton Twp, Kittson County 23 Mar 1904.

He was married three times.The first time to Marie before 1845 and they had seven children, all born in Canada.

His second marriage was to Sarah before 1878 and they had one child.

His third marriage was to Annie Clark, 3 Jul 1889 In Kittson County.  No children.

We know of  five Censuses that mention Daniel and once we get a moment to examin each one, we will report further. Please do not hesitate to ask specific questions as that will help direct our search for more information.

Comment by scott hayden on August 4, 2012 at 3:46pm

my understanding is it is daniel to fred (walker ) to everett to lloyd to david to me

Comment by Glenn Browne on August 4, 2012 at 9:07pm

Daniel Hayden had a son, Frederick W.Hayden, born 1862 and died 26 Nov 1941 in Kittson County. Fred had a son, Everett Lewis Hayden, born 4 May 1886 in Minnesota. Everett had only one son, as per our records, Freddie Hayden, born and died in 1906, so no children.

I am unable to make a connection to Lloyd or David.

Is the "fred (walker)" that you mentioned the Frederick W. Hayden I found?

Comment by scott hayden on August 9, 2012 at 9:39am

thank you i did not know about that freddie . i found that lloyd and david were born in theif river falls . i believe that is the fred he dug the well in bronson . do you know were the graves of daniel and fred are located ? i found jane the wife of george  up there ,he would be an uncle as near as i can tell .there is a big newer grave stone in the hallock cemetary no other names on or around it but HAYDEN . thank you

Comment by Glenn Browne on April 21, 2013 at 12:52pm

Comment by Glenn Browne on April 21, 2013 at 1:03pm

The museum research department, and in particular Kathy Pederson, has been searching for information on the Daniel Hayden family. The above 1901 Hazelton Township map is a small part of the entire Kittson County map that hangs in the Museum research department.  This is the oldest atlas of Kittson County that we have. Note the Hayden property in the lower left section of the township, in section 30.  The south east quarter is in the name of Daniel Hayden, as is the east half of the north east quarter.  The south west quarter of the section is in the name of M.Hayden. Daniel had a daughter named Margaret so he could have put it in her name.  I do not know any other early family members who's name starts in M.

Kathy (research dept.) has found a number of obituaries of Daniel's children as well as a homestead document, which will follow shortly.

Comment by Glenn Browne on April 21, 2013 at 1:13pm

Daniel Hayden homestead records for the south east quart Section 30 of Hazelton, dated the 10th day of March 1886, in Kittson County Minnesota, U.S.A.

Comment by scott hayden on April 21, 2013 at 5:31pm

outstanding job thank you!!!!!

Comment by Glenn Browne on April 22, 2013 at 9:20am

The following newspaper clipping comes from the microfilm records and originally obtained from the Hallock newspaper Oct. 29th, 1897. Arthur Hayden was a half brother to all the other brothers and was the last born some time about 1878. He was only about 20 when he died.

Comment by Glenn Browne on April 22, 2013 at 9:51am

Needler Hayden was the second son born and also the second one to pass away. He was born in Ontario Canada and came to Hallock, Mn when he was about 25 years old. Later he moved back to Canada and resided in Portage La Prairie, Manitoba and Calgary, Alberta


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