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HELP! Grave has been located American Revolutionary War Soldier flag male ancestor  Silas  HAYS (HAYES)

  (b. 28 February 1740 Simsbury, Crown Colony of Connecticut   d. 1 April 1801 Granby, Connecticut, USA )  

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Silas HAYS (HAYES) was born 28 February 1740 in Simsbury, Crown Colony of Connecticut

Silas HAYS (HAYES) was the child of Samuel HAYES   and   Elizabeth WILCOXSON

Silas had an active role in U.S. Revolutionary War.

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Silas  married  Hannah HOLCOMB 16 November 1757 in Simsbury, Crown Colony of Connecticut .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Hannah HOLCOMB  was born 28 August 1739 in Simsbury, Connecticut, USA.  Hannah died 23 June 1823 in Granby, Connecticut, USA (North Granby).  Hannah was the child of Judah HOLCOMB and Hannah BUTTOLPH.

Silas HAYS (HAYES) died 1 April 1801 in Granby, Connecticut, USA .
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Prior to 1638 - Connecticut, New England
1638 - 1662 - New Haven Colony
1662 - 1687 - Connecticut Colony
1688 - 1689 - Dominion of New England
1690 - 1787 - Crown Colony of Connecticut
January 5, 1788 - Connecticut becomes 5th U.S. state

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Silas HAYS (HAYES) married flag female ancestor Hannah HOLCOMB-- Date: 16 November 1757 Place: Simsbury, Crown Colony of Connecticut
Hannah HOLCOMB was the child of Judah HOLCOMB and Hannah BUTTOLPH




Children of Silas HAYS (HAYES) and Hannah HOLCOMB:

flag male ancestor Phineas HAYES (b.16 March 1772, , Crown Colony of Connecticut  d. 23 June 1853, Granby, Connecticut, USA )


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birth1740 Birth
28 February 1740
Simsbury, Connecticut, USA

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marriage1757 Marriage / Partner
Silas HAYS (HAYES) and Hannah HOLCOMB 16 November 1757, Simsbury, Connecticut, USA
1772 Birth of Child
Phineas HAYES was born 16 March 1772, , Connecticut, USA
News1775 - First shots of Revolutionary War fired in Lexington and Concord. (April 19)
News1776 - American Declaration of Independence (July 4)
News1776 - Congress renames the nation 'United States of America' (September 9)
News1777 - The Articles of Confederation Were Adopted (November 15)
News1787 - U.S. Constitution ratified (September 17)
News1791 - The Bill of Rights takes effect (December 15)

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Death
Name: Silas Hays
Gender: Male
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Death Date: 01 Apr 1801
Death Place: Granby, Connecticut
Age: 61
Birth Date: 1740
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Indexing Project (Batch) Number: B03364-6
System Origin: Connecticut-EASy
GS Film number: 3138
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'Connecticut Deaths and Burials, 1772-1934,' database, FamilySearch (familysearch.org/ ark:/ 61903/ 1:1:F78R-32P : 3 December 2014), Silas Hays, 01 Apr 1801; citing Granby, Connecticut, reference ; FHL microfilm 3,138.'
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Silas HAYS (HAYES) - Grave
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Granby Cemetery Granby, Hartford County, Connecticut, USA
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Silas is buried at: Granby Cemetery Granby, Hartford County, Connecticut, USA
Added: 11/27/2017 2:35:24 PM - Updated: 2/14/2022 1:50:38 PM

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