1.Richard Hayden married Margaret Conway Harbour Grace Parish Records

2..Mary Hayden m. Timothy Doyle

2..Richard HAYDEN (Sept. 4, 1827-died after 1885) & Grace KENNEDY (1836-1922) married May 24, 1858 St. Patrick's Roman Catholic church Carbonear, Newfoundland  OUR GRACE KENNEDY  Lived Small Point, Newfoundland

  3...  1859 Lawrence Hayden      a priest in Michigan 1900 Census (living with sister in law Lizzie Hayden 

   3...  1860 Mary Joseph Hayden

   3...  1863 Nicholas Hayden born Small Point, Newfoundland (Bai de Verte) December 27 1885 married Elizabeth McCarthy *On Saturday the 27th. Ult., at St. Patrick's Chapel, Carbonear, by the Rev. Thomas LYNCH, Mr. Nicholas HAYDEN, of Small Point to Miss Lizzie McCARTHY of Carbonear. From the Conception Bay Newspaper; Lizzie Hayden nee McCarthy appears in 1900 US Census with brother in law priest Lawrence Hayden

   3...  1869 Margaret Hayden

   3...  1872 Stephen Hayden

   3...  1873 Johanna Hayden

   3...  1877 Julia Eliza Hayden

2..Timothy Hayden 1825 abt.(Richards' Bro. also  son of  Richard Hayden and Margaret Conway)

    3... Richard Hayden m. Margaret Fallon

        4.... Margaret Hayden & James Barron

        4.... Luke Hayden & Julia Kennedy (dau of Ter & Mary Joy; niece of Grace Kennedy Hayden) 

                1921 Nfld Census Harbour Grace with my gggf Terence Kennedy

              HAYDEN, Luke             M    Head Married   1879 Aug  42   Hbr. Grace     Luke died working in New York in 1935
Julia              F    Wife Married     1879 Feb  42   Carbonear
              HAYDEN, Margaret       F    Dau  Single        1911 Oct  10   Hbr. Grace
              HAYDEN, Mary *          F    Dau  Single        1914 Nov  7    Hbr. Grace

              HAYDEN, Grace            F    Dau  Single        1917 Dec  4    Hbr. Grace
              HAYDEN, Paula            F    Dau  Single        1919 Jan  2    Hbr. Grace
KENNEDY Terrance     M   FIL                     1845 Feb  76   Carbonear

 *DEATH 2001 April 5   Hayden, Sister Mary Luke (Mary Rita), 87, of Antigonish, Nova Scotia. Born at St. John's, Newfoundland, daughter of Luke Joseph and Julia Agatha (Kennedy) Hayden. {Cape Breton Post ,NS  April 2001} Sr. Mary Luke Hayden 87, Antigonish
Sr. Mary Luke Hayden, 87, a Sister of Saint Martha, of Bethany Motherhouse, died at St. Martha's Hospital on Wednesday, April 25, 2001. She had been in hospital for a short period of time. Born in St. John's, Nfld., and baptized Mary Rita, she was the second oldest in a family of five girls, and the daughter of the late Luke Joseph Hayden and Julia Agatha (Kennedy) Hayden. Sr. Mary Luke entered the Sisters of Saint Martha Sept. 8, 1935. She was trained in piano and she continued to develop and upgrade this art and skill over the years. In 1939, she obtained her RN from St. Joseph's Hospital, Glace Bay, N.S. Sr. Mary Luke served in the nursing field for 19 years in the east and west: St. Joseph's, Glace Bay, N.S., St. Michael's Broadview, Saskatchewan, St. Mary's, Inverness, and St. Rita, Sydney, N.S. In May 1956, she was unable to remain in nursing due to illness. Subsequently, she served in various ministries at Little Flower Institute, Sydney, St. Paul's Convent, St. Peter's, New Waterford Consolidated Hospital, and St. Joseph's Hospital, Glace Bay, N.S. From 1978-89, she performed clerical work at St. Martha's Hospital, Antigonish. Sr. Luke retired to Bethany in 1989. She was the last surviving member of her family and was predeceased by four sisters, Elizabeth Clattenburg, Grace Finn, Margaret Davis and Paula. The remains will rest at Bethany after 1:30 p.m. Sunday, April 29 where a celebration of Vigil will be held. Liturgy of Christian Burial will be held Monday, April 30, at 1:30 p.m. in Bethany Chapel. Arrangements are under the direction of MacIsaac Funeral Home, Antigonish


3...? Lawrence Hayden born 1890 wife Mary  in the 1921 census



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