Records

This page contains records of interest to Hyde researchers. Includes deeds, birth, marriage, death, chancery, church, military, and pension records.

 

Bible Records

 

Birth Records

 

Census Records

 

Church Records

 

Court Records

 

Death Records

 

Deeds

 

Land Grants
North Carolina Land records
North Carolina and Tennessee, Early Land Records 1753 – 1931
 
Marriage Records

 

Military Records

Newspaper Articles

 

Pension Records

 

Wills

Rootsweb’s Index of Wills and Inventories relating to the Hyde Family

7 comments

  • Hi all from rainy UK
    This is my first contact to research my Hyde family
    Does this help anyone.
    Tom Hyde (bus company) Ellesmere. Shropshire…..Now known as Lakelands bus co.
    Freddie Hyde (transport) Welsh Frankton. Shropshire
    George Hyde (transport/canal barges) Frankton Locks. Shropshire….Believed to transport coal by canal barges to Manchester?
    George & Les Hyde (Milk churn haulage/General haulage) Rednal/Queens Head. Oswestry. Shropshire. Also helped transport german POWs adout Oswestry area during war. (farms?)
    Hyde family who had Navigation inn in Melverly. Oswestry. Shropshire.
    Friends with Alf Strange from Brow farm famous for his book “My dads the village blacksmith” printed by Gee & Son Denbigh Ltd
    Many Many thanks
    Adrian Hyde
    Any help or direction will help immensely .
    I am 48 and these people are great/grand parents so looking back to early 1800’s.
    Would this y-dna test help…if so how?

  • Ran across the site Hyde Family Genealogy. I am interested in any HYDE lines that might have settled in Indiana. While I lived in Clay Co Indiana my husband’s family lived in Vigo Co Indiana and had a farm on the Clay/Vigo line and donated land for the HYDE Family cemetery in Vigo Co Indiana. I have some information and it connects through several families. If anyone connects or wants information on Hyde family from Vigo Co Indiana the farm is/was located on Tabortown Road in Seelyville Indiana and the Cemetery is in LostCreek Township. The farm is on the county line so it has an Address of Brazil Indiana (Clay Co) is taxed in Terre Haute (Vigo Co) with a landline telephone service through Seelyville (vigo co ) When Orlie Freeman Hyde died the farm was purchased by two of his daughters and is now in the name of his grandson and his great grandson still lives on the farm. Freeman married into the Leonard Family and one of his siblings married into the Lawson family. He had two sons and seven daughters.

    • This is the line of James Hyde, NJ to WV, see our writeup here: http://www.hydegenealogy.com/?page_id=534 Through James’ son Isaac m Nancy Sims through John S Hyde who married Nancy Fisher/Fletcher/Flesher/Fleisher (immigrant ancestor from Hessen, Germany). We have limited Y-DNA for this line and if any male Hyde descendants are known, we would be interested in finding out if any would be willing to take a Y-DNA 37 marker test. The Whyde surname in America is thought to have originated – at least in part – with the descendants of Isaac’s brother George who m Nancy Tanner.

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