Francis Hattaway  ‎(I231)‎
Given Names: Francis
Surname: Hattaway

Gender: MaleMale
      

Birth: 1674 England
Personal Facts and Details
Birth Birth 1674 England


Note: There were multiple Francis Hattaway/Hathaway's that arrived in Colonial Virginia between 1630 and 1694. There were actually 3 that are likely candidates but we have not been able to determine the exact one that is the progenitor of the Hattaway's of NC. The one that arrived in 1694 is considered the most likely candidate. The exact date of birth of Francis is unknown since no record has been found yet. The date and land of origin are based on an entry for when Francis was transported to the Virginia Colony.
Immigration 20 April 1694 ‎(Age 20)‎ Holland, Nansemond, Virginia, USA
Latitude: N36.718488 Longitude: W76.778598


Show Details Source: Cavaliers and Pioneers
Publication: Patent Book 1-9
Citation Details:  Patent book 8, Page 325
  Text: WILLIAM COLLINS 443 acs. Nansimond County, on W. side of the Queen’s Graves Swamp. 20 Apr. 1694, p. 325. Adj. Francis Sanders & Thomas Bissell ‎(Bizell)‎. Imp. of 9 pers. ‎(including)‎ Fra. Hattaway and negroes ‎(unnamed)‎.


Note: It has long been believed that Francis has been the progenitor of the Hattaway's to America but that he was born in 1694. From the book, Cavaliers and Pioneers, we find that he arrived in Virginia in 1694. The town of Holland is the closest city to where William Collins received his plot of land ‎(Kingsale Swamp)‎. This was found by cross referencing the other men listed ‎(Francis Sanders and Thomas Bissell)‎ and where they received their property. There is still a street in Holland called Kingsale Rd.
Event 1701 ‎(Age 27)‎ Freed from Indenture Holland, Nansemond, Virginia, USA


Note: According to history, individuals who were transported to the colonies from England served an indenture ‎(servant)‎ to the person that transported them for a period of 7 years. They would work the land for the person that transported them and help prepare it. This would include logging, farming, and building a home stead. If Francis started his indenture when he first arrived in 1694, he would have completed that service in 1701. He in turn would receive a piece of property of his own to settle.
Residence Residence 1702 ‎(Age 28)‎ Southampton County, Virginia, USA


Show Details Source: Southampton County, VA Deed Book 1

Citation Details:  Pg Unknown
  Text: David Hathaway Jr. and wife Janet, residents of Beaufort County, NC sell land in Southampton Co., VA.
Quality of Data: Excellent


Note: This assumption of his location is based a deed for David Hataway Jr that states David and his wife sold his property in Southampton County in 1754.
Globally unique Identifier 6AFA7E127BD95634FDF645ABB1962415C98F
Last Change Last Change 5 June 2010 - 17:29:42 - by: gabe
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Immediate Family  (F65)
unknown ‎(unknown)‎
1699 -
David Hattaway Sr
1710 - 1798
William Hattaway
1723 -


Notes
Birth There were multiple Francis Hattaway/Hathaway's that arrived in Colonial Virginia between 1630 and 1694. There were actually 3 that are likely candidates but we have not been able to determine the exact one that is the progenitor of the Hattaway's of NC. The one that arrived in 1694 is considered the most likely candidate. The exact date of birth of Francis is unknown since no record has been found yet. The date and land of origin are based on an entry for when Francis was transported to the Virginia Colony.
Immigration It has long been believed that Francis has been the progenitor of the Hattaway's to America but that he was born in 1694. From the book, Cavaliers and Pioneers, we find that he arrived in Virginia in 1694. The town of Holland is the closest city to where William Collins received his plot of land ‎(Kingsale Swamp)‎. This was found by cross referencing the other men listed ‎(Francis Sanders and Thomas Bissell)‎ and where they received their property. There is still a street in Holland called Kingsale Rd.
1701 According to history, individuals who were transported to the colonies from England served an indenture ‎(servant)‎ to the person that transported them for a period of 7 years. They would work the land for the person that transported them and help prepare it. This would include logging, farming, and building a home stead. If Francis started his indenture when he first arrived in 1694, he would have completed that service in 1701. He in turn would receive a piece of property of his own to settle.
Residence This assumption of his location is based a deed for David Hataway Jr that states David and his wife sold his property in Southampton County in 1754.

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Immigration Cavaliers and Pioneers
Publication: Patent Book 1-9
Citation Details:  Patent book 8, Page 325
  Text: WILLIAM COLLINS 443 acs. Nansimond County, on W. side of the Queen’s Graves Swamp. 20 Apr. 1694, p. 325. Adj. Francis Sanders & Thomas Bissell ‎(Bizell)‎. Imp. of 9 pers. ‎(including)‎ Fra. Hattaway and negroes ‎(unnamed)‎.
Residence Southampton County, VA Deed Book 1
Citation Details:  Pg Unknown
  Text: David Hathaway Jr. and wife Janet, residents of Beaufort County, NC sell land in Southampton Co., VA.
Quality of Data: Excellent

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Francis Hattaway ‎(I231)‎
Birth 1674 England
25 years
Spouse
 
unknown ‎(unknown)‎ ‎(I232)‎
Birth 1699 Pitt County, NC
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Child
David Hattaway Sr ‎(I220)‎
Birth 1710 36 11 Southampton County, Virginia, USA
Death 1798 ‎(Age 88)‎ Pitt County, NC
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William Hattaway ‎(I233)‎
Birth 1723 49 24 Southampton County, Virginia, USA