Samuel Jackson HAYS

HAIRSTON.org ID#8274, b. about 1778
Father*Jonathan Jackson HAYS b. a 1755, d. a 1846
Mother*Jane Jenette PHILLIPS b. b 1760, d. b 1830
Birth*Samuel Jackson HAYS was born about 1778; He likely would have been 18 or older to own land in 1796.1 
He was the son of Jonathan Jackson HAYS and Jane Jenette PHILLIPS
Property*"Oct. 4th, 1796. Jonothan Jackson Hays, to Samuel Jackson Hays, both of Franklin County, land in Franklin County, originally surveyed for Jean Phillips and confirmed by grant Sept. 24th, 1788, to Jean now the wife of said Hays. $10 consideration land on Trail Creek. Test. Ezekiel Wells, Samuel Wells, Daniel Beall."

Deed Book A&B page 63.2 
Tax Rolls*1809 - Samuel Hay as administrator for the estate of Charles Hay is listed on the Jackson County property tax digest.
PropertySamuel Phillips gives to Samuel Jackson Hays a slave girl named Kitty on 29 March 1817. Franklin County, Georgia Deed Book HH, Page 126.3
Property*"Know all men by these presents that I Samuel Phillips of the State and County aforesaid for in consideration of the love Esteem, and Good will that I bear toward my loving nephew Samuel Jackson Hays....." 29 March 1817 in Franklin County, Georgia. Franklin County Deed Book HH, page 123.3
Tax Rolls1818 - Jackson Hays pays taxes for 200 acres in Clarke County originally granted to J. Phillips. Capt. Job Hammond District, Franklin County.
Tax Rolls1819 - 1819 - Jonathan J Hays pays taxes for Jackson Hays on 200 acres in Clarke County. Capt. Hammond District, Franklin County.
Tax Rolls*1820 - Jonathan J. Hays pays 2 polls and taxes on 1,417 acres in Franklin County. Capt. Hoopers District, Franklin County.
Tax Rolls1821 - Jackson Hays pays poll and taxes for 200 acres originally granted to Phillips. He also pays poll taxes for John Hays. Capt. Hooper District, Franklin County.
Tax Rolls1822 - Jackson Hays pays poll and taxes on 200 acres originally grant to Phillps in Clarke County. He also pays taxes on 1,832 acres in Franklin and Early for Jonathan J Hays. Capt. Hooper District, Franklin County.
Tax Rolls1823 - Samuel Phillips pays 3 polls and taxes on land in Franklin and Wayne counties. Capt Hammands District, Franklin County.
Tax Rolls*1826 - Samuel Phillips pays poll for John Hays. He also pays poll and taxes on 200 acres in Clarke County for Jackson Hays. Capt. Bioswell District, Franklin County.
Tax Rolls*1828 - Two Listings - 1. Jackson Hays pays 1 poll and taxes on 146 acres in Clarke county originally granted to Phillips. 2. Jackson Hays pays for 2 polls and taxes on 1,121 acres in Franklin county and 490 acres in Wain county for Samuel Phillips. Dennis Phillips is listed next to these listing. Capt. Coker District, Franklin County.4
Tax Rolls1829 - Jonathan J. Hays pays 1 poll and taxes on 200 acres originally granted to Phillips in Clarke County for Jackson Hays. Franklin County.
Census 1830*Samuel Jackson HAYS appeared on the census of 1830 in Jackson County, Georgia, Samuel Hay, Males 10-14 1, 15-19 1, 50-59 1, Females 10-14 1, 30-39 2, 50-59 1, Slaves 16.1
Tax Rolls1830 - Jackson Hays pays taxes for himself and the estate of Samuel Phillips Capt. Crawford District, Franklin County.4
PropertyJackson Hays and Dennis Phillips, executors of the estate of Samuel Phillips, sell a tract of land to Benjamin Whitaker on 7 December 1830. Franklin County Deed Book DD, page 289. Family History Library Film #007898920, images 537-538. 
Tax Rolls1831 - Jackson Hays pays taxes for himself and the estate of Samuel Phillips in Franklin County.4
Tax Rolls1833 - Jackson Hays (Sarah Green) pays taxes in Capt. Adams District, Franklin County.
Tax Rolls1833 - David Hays pays taxes for himself and Jackson Hays in Franklin County.
Tax Rolls1833 - Jackson Hays pays taxes for himself and for the estate of Samuel Phillips in Capt. Ginns District, Franklin County.4
Tax Rolls1834 - Jackson Hays pays 4 poll taxes and taxes for himself and for the estate of Samuel Phillips dec'd, in Capt. Watsons District, Franklin County.4
Tax Rolls1835 - Jackson Hays pays 3 poll taxes and taxes for estate of Samuel Phillips dec'd and for Sarah Green dec'd in Franklin County.4
Tax Rolls1836 - Jackson Hays pays taxes in Capt. Adderhold District, Franklin County for himself and the Estate of Samuel Phillips, dec'd.4
Property*Jackson Hays, acting as the executor of the estate of Samuel Phillips deceased, has the January 1831 sale of 260 acres of land in Franklin County by Samuel Phillips to Thomas King recorded on 24 December 1844, in the Franklin County Deed book CC, page 284. Jackson Hays purchased the same property from Thomas King on 11 February 1843 and had it recorded recorded on the same Franklin County Deed Book CC page 284. Family History Library Film #007898921, image 206-207.
Tax Rolls1845 - Jackson Hays, no poll, pays taxes on 200 acres in Capt. Byram, Franklin County.
Tax Rolls1847 - Jackson Hays, non-resident, pays taxes in Capt Briant District, Franklin County.
Tax Rolls1847 - Jackson Hays, non-resident, pays taxes for 200 acres in Capt. Byramm District, Franklin County.
NOTE*NOTE: All men in Georgia over 21 had to pay a poll tax or head tax, whether or not they owned property. This tax dates from 1780s. In 1826, men over the age 60 were exempted from the poll tax. 

Family

Child
ChartsDescendant Chart
Descendant Chart Box

Sources (www.HAIRSTON.org)

  1. [S1830] 1830 Federal Census - National Archives and Records Administration - Ancestry.com and FamilySearch.org.
  2. [S3674] Miscellaneous records, Jackson County, Georgia - Maddox, Joseph T. (Joseph Thomas), 1929- Carter, Mary, Family Search, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  3. [S3605] Franklin County, Georgia, Deed records and mortgages 1785-1903
    https://www.familysearch.org/search/catalog/342823, Family Search, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  4. [S3592] Franklin County, Georgia Tax Digests [1890]. 140 volumes. Morrow, Georgia: Georgia Archives., Ancestry.com.
  5. [S1870] 1870 Federal Census - National Archives and Records Administration - Ancestry.com and FamilySearch.org.
Last Edited19 Jan 2022