Charles Hayman Sr.
- Born: Abt 1713, Somerset Co., MD
- Marriage (1): Elizabeth (Betty)
- Died: Bef 03 Feb 1778, Somerset Co., MD
In the Somerset Co judicial records (SoJ-1730/33:292) for the March Court 1733 (NS), we find depositions ordered by Commission and Affidavits, Thomas Brereton, for boundaries of "Hopewell" and "High Meadow". A number of people deposed as follows: Richard Chambers (age 44), Michael Raglin [Ragly] (25), Olive Chambers (46), Patrick Daly (41), Thomas Poole (45), Charles Hayman (20), Joseph Stanford (39), William Hayman (66), Henry Dorman (60), Thomas Pollitt (40) (who names Mary Brererton the daughter of Richard Chambers), James Hayman (29)
On Oct 28 1736, James Hayman sold 100a comprising parts of tracts "Hopewell" and "Addition" to his brother Charles Hayman. (SoLR-EI:131)
On Jul 10 1744, Charles Hayman had surveyed and patented for him 20a of land called "Charles Chance" next to Thomas Brewington's "High Meadow" (SoCert:0492)
On Jun 7 1749, Charles Hayman purchased 54a of tract "Fat Arse Quarter" from Elias Bailey, planter (WoLR-B:164)
On Dec 07 1764, Charles Hayman (son of William Hayman) sold 116a, part of "Hopewell" (part of land on which grantor lives) to Charles Hayman (of Somerset) (son of James Hayman), including land where Richard Parramore lived. (WoLR-F:243)
On Oct 22 1765, James Hayman sold tract "Fair Meadow" to Charles Hayman both are designated as "planters" (SoLR-D:18)
On Feb 3 1778, John Pusey did exhibit the will of Charles Hayman late of Somerset Co. that he had written Mar 28 1774, it was proven in Somerset Co., MD on Feb 3 1778:
- To my son Revell (as Reavel) Hayman, part of tracts "Hopewell", "Addition", "Charles Chance", "Young Hopewell"
- To son Charles, part of "Hopewell", 75a whereon he now lives
- To son James, the other part of "Hopewell" lying in Worcester County, the plantation called Parramores also feather bed/furniture
- To daughter Catherine (as Cattern) Hayman, part of tract called "Fair Meadow", feather bed/furniture and 4-year old cow and lamb
- To youngest daughters Elizabeth and Nancy Hayman all the rest of my estate
- To wife Betty, "Hopewell" and Addition" during her life and negro man George. If she should die before youngest daughter Nancy is age 16, then this property to become that of Elizabeth and Nacy for maintenance until age 16.
Witnesses: John Pusey, Edward Harper, Sarah Dorman (SoW-EB1:60)
Charles married Elizabeth (Betty). (Elizabeth (Betty) died after 1783 in Somerset Co., MD.)