Haywood, Mrs. Isyphene, p. o. North Manlius. John Haywood, late husband of Mrs. Haywood, was born in the town
of Sullivan, March 26, 1826. He was for many years the sole survivor of the paternal line, down to the fourth generation.
Thomas Haywood of England, located in the valley of the Mohawk about 1800 and had three Sons: Thomas, William and
James. William, born in 1798, was the father of John, and died in 1829. John Haywood was a diligent and successful
farmer. He was born on the farm on which he died, which he had owned for more than forty years, and had improved
and enlarged. In 1868 he built the elegant residence now the home of Mrs. Haywood; he died December 18, 1894. His
success in business was the direct result of industry and wise management. His honor and integrty were beyond question.
April 6, 1854, he married Isyphene, daughter of John Hill of Perryyule, who survives him with three children: J.
W. Haywood, the coal merchant, Syracuse; Mrs. George H. Lewis of Jackson, Mich.; and Mrs. D. C. Kinch of Port Huron,
Our County and it's people
A Descriptive and Biographical Record of
Madison County, New York
Edited by: John E. Smith
The Boston History Co., Publishers 1890
Madison County, NY
Names A and B
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