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Heritage project, Hayman

StaceyB
December 20th, 2005, 08:49 AM
I would really like some help. My son is doing a project on his heritage. It turns out that Hayman Hill, NB is named after our family but I can't seem to find enough actual printed history of the town. If any of you are good at searching could you please help. I am also looking for Thomas E. Hayman's Genealogy site.

Thanks

Lizzie
December 20th, 2005, 09:16 AM
Is this the same "student" who needed French help? I can't remember if it was or not:crazy:

I did a quick search, but my guess is that this area is quite small and no one has had any interest in creating a site for it. Perhaps it would be easier to track down information by phoning a local library in Hayman Hill. They may know where to find historical information/records for you.

StaceyB
December 20th, 2005, 09:18 AM
No this is the other one. I have found one piece of info and I am sure that if I could find the genealogy site I could link other names.

raingirl
December 21st, 2005, 09:21 PM
I need more info. What years are we looking at? Do you have his date of birth?

StaceyB
December 21st, 2005, 09:30 PM
Apparently Martin Hayman was the first one, don't know the birth year.
There is also William Hayman, born 1855 to Thomas Hayman and Elisa Hanson in St. Stephen.

raingirl
December 21st, 2005, 09:48 PM
THe only geneology website I found that had MANY references to the hayman name in NB was this one:

http://www.rootsweb.com/~nbcharlo/index.htm

If you type in Hayman in the search box, you get all the hits in their database to hayman.

I did some major geneology work on my family tree earlier this year. Went back as far as 1100's in Norway for one branch!

I found the best way is to take ALL the info you have and start charting it on a big piece of paper. Start with yourselves and work back, then google names (using quotes), dates of birth, dates of marriage, places of birth plus names, etc.

When I google my great grandparents names "Gilbert Allan Groh" and "Emma Louise Starr" I got this website:

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~births/Gr_Gu_Surnames.htm

It's the birth record of my grandmother's older brother on August 5, 1901. I love that someone decided to transcribe those old records so I could find them. I find that most of the stuff you will find online now is stuff that is about 100 years old, because anything newer is still covered under privacy laws (this year they release the 1910 census I beleive)

CyberKitten
December 22nd, 2005, 08:15 AM
I have never heard of Hayman Hill - but I do have some NB geneolgy references on one of my puters at home and will try to remember top check - where is it in NB? I thought I knew most communities in the province.

StaceyB
December 22nd, 2005, 08:42 AM
St. Stephen

CyberKitten
December 22nd, 2005, 08:58 AM
Oh OK, are you familiar with Genweb? You might want to try the Genweb person or wen site for Charlotte County and there is a woman (Ruby Cusak I think her name is???) who does genelogy research for the province- she has a site somewhere....

http://www.rubycusack.com/
http://nbgenlinks.new-brunswick.net/

There is also a way to research and find birth records in the NB census atrea on the govt web site. Here are the Haymans from Charlotte Co listed - I have to run, am late....

http://archives.gnb.ca/APPS/GovRecs/VISSE/Search.aspx?L=EN

StaceyB
December 22nd, 2005, 09:04 AM
Thanks for your help.

ThomasH
February 25th, 2009, 08:18 PM
A little belated, but I believe the site may be found at the following location:

www3.ns.sympatico.ca/te.hayman/genealogy