Hyde Family Lines

Paper trail family lines are organized by the name of the oldest known Hyde ancestor.

 

Don’t see your line? You can send us an email, or enter it in a comment below. Please enter the full name of your furthest confirmed Hyde ancestor, including their middle name if you have it, and the dates and places they were born and lived. Spouse and sibling names are a big help in placing them. Ask the questions you would like answers for, i.e. Who are their parents? Where did they move to or from? What happened to this particular brother or sister? Please include your name and email address so we can contact you.

 

Hyde Family Lines added:

 

Hyde Lines in England

 

de Hyde Matthew (c1164-?) – Hyde, Cheshire, England

 

Hyde, Charles (1740-abt.1810) – London, England

 

Hyde, Thomas (1818-?) – Ardwick, Manchester, England

 

Hyde Lines in America

 

Hyde, Humphrey (abt. 1620-1684) – Fairfield, CT

 

Hyde, James (abt 1740-1810) – New Jersey to Hacker’s Creek, Harrison Co, WV

 

Hyde, Jonathan (1626-1711) – Newton, MA

 

Hyde, Jonathan (1727-1802) – New Windsor, MD

 

Hyde, Micajah (1797-1875) – Hall Co., GA
 

Hyde, Samuel (1610 – 1689) – Newton, MA

 

Hyde, Squire (abt 1762-1847) Plainsfield, CT

 
Hyde/Hide, William (??-1681) – Norwich, CT

 

Hyde, William (1780-?) – Breckinridge Co., KY

 

119 comments

  • I AM LOOKING FOR INFORMATION ON THE FAMILY OF PERRY HYDE, BORN IN LAUREL COUNTY, KY IN 1825. HE MARRIED ELIZA TYLER AROUND 1849 OR 1850 AND THEIR FIRST SON, FRANCIS MARION, WAS BORN IN MISSOURI. THEY LEFT MISSOURI IN 1851 ON A WAGON TRAIN BOUND FOR THE WILLAMETTE VALLEY IN OREGON.

    • Colleen, I’m about to send you an email, if you don’t receive it today 2/19 please contact me (contact info on website). I believe he was Oliver Perry Hyde, son of Oliver Perry Hyde and cousin to Richard Starkey Hyde, who was b VA, d Chariton County, MO. Naming convention of Revolutionary War or naval heroes. Perry and Liza eloped without her parents consent and there was a bit of a coverup that resulted in some erroneous genealogy.

  • To the author of this website I really need to thank you now, I can trace back my ancestors. Thank you my name is Ryan Hyde and I am honored that you took the time to do this.

  • Hi
    I’m trying to trace 3 generations of Onesiphorous Hyde who was from Dorset in England and said to have travelled to the US in 16th or 17 th century . Onesiphorous Hyde no . 1 born in 1690 married Elizabeth Horwell . Their son Onesiphorous born 1720 . His son Onesiphorous born 1749 . They may have been from Milborne Port in Sherborne, Dorset or surrounding area. I’m trying to confirm if any of them travelled to the US . This is the family rumour . My Great grandmother was Agnes Hyde daughter of William Hyde . All from the same area and struggling to link them to Onesiphorous Hyde family . Any help would be very much appreciated.

    • Sarah, you have a wonderful genealogical situation here in that Onesiphorus/Onesephorus/Onisiphony Heyde/Hide/Hyde turns up quite a bit, but needs to be untangled. The America story might have come about as a result of generation 3 or 4, of Abbas Combe, Somerset. This Onisiphorus spent some time in the Ilchester, Somerset gaol but was not transported. I’m coming up with different parents for generation 1, although Roger Hide/Hyde and Ann Chiles did spend time in Cerne Abbas, Dorset. A professional genealogist could have this sorted in about 2-3 hours, because the records are all there, but it’s painstaking work to capture and sort them all, and the online trees have entries that don’t match the records. My recommendation is to hire a professional, because there are records that go back further than 1st gen Onesiphorus, so I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised. If you want to provide more information about Agnes, daughter of William, I can see if she ties into this line. Feel free to email me, it’s on our contact page.

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