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. Genealogical and personal history of Fayette county, Pennsylvania. ,. 1898;Lulu Belle; Caroline Jane; James Samuel,graduate of Pennsylvania State College, civilengineer; Thomas Hazen, graduate of Bow-man Technical School of Lancaster, Pennsyl-vania; Robert Walker; Jessie May; William eech; Ruth Rosetta; George Russell; Elmeravn<:. .Tlie origin of this family beyondHAZEN the sea has not been traced. Re-cent information locates a familybearing the name in Newcastle-on-Tyne,England, in the eighteenth century, and pos-siblv the fact mav afford a clue to the Eng-. ^^ayy^<^ G^^^^^tt^i^ ^^

. Genealogical and personal history of Fayette county, Pennsylvania. ,. 1898;Lulu Belle; Caroline Jane; James Samuel,graduate of Pennsylvania State College, civilengineer; Thomas Hazen, graduate of Bow-man Technical School of Lancaster, Pennsyl-vania; Robert Walker; Jessie May; William eech; Ruth Rosetta; George Russell; Elmeravn<:. .Tlie origin of this family beyondHAZEN the sea has not been traced. Re-cent information locates a familybearing the name in Newcastle-on-Tyne,England, in the eighteenth century, and pos-siblv the fact mav afford a clue to the Eng-. ^^ayy^<^ G^^^^^tt^i^ ^^ Stock Photo
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. Genealogical and personal history of Fayette county, Pennsylvania. ,. 1898;Lulu Belle; Caroline Jane; James Samuel,graduate of Pennsylvania State College, civilengineer; Thomas Hazen, graduate of Bow-man Technical School of Lancaster, Pennsyl-vania; Robert Walker; Jessie May; William eech; Ruth Rosetta; George Russell; Elmeravn<:. .Tlie origin of this family beyondHAZEN the sea has not been traced. Re-cent information locates a familybearing the name in Newcastle-on-Tyne,England, in the eighteenth century, and pos-siblv the fact mav afford a clue to the Eng-. ^^ayy^<^ G^^^^^tt^i^ ^^< FAYETTE COUNTY 401 lish home of the Puritan Edward Hazen, theemigrant ancestor. The first mention of thename which has been found occurs in therecords of Rowley, iNlassachusetts: EHza-beth, wife of Edward Hazen, was buried1649, September 18. He was a man of sub-stance and influence in the town, was over-seer of selectmen in 1650-51-54-61-65-68,and judge of delinquents in 1666. In the rec-ords of surveys, February 4, 1661, he ap-pears entitled to seven gates. These re-late to cattle rights on the town commons,the average number being three; no one hadmore than seven. The inventory of his es-tate amounted to £404 7s. 8d. Of his firstwife Elizabeth nothing is known further thanher recorded death before mentioned. Hemarried (second) in March, 1650, Hannah,daughter of Thomas and Hannah Grant. Hewas buried in Rowley, July 22, 1683. His wifesurvived him and married (second) March 17,1684, George Browne, of Haverhill, who,September 9, 1693, adopted her youngest