_BERNARD (PETER) GREENAN _+ | (.... - 1925) m 1887 _PETER GREENAN ______| | (1897 - 1971) m 1925| | |_MARY BRYANS \ O'BRIEN ___+ | (1863 - 1938) m 1887 | |--Dorothy (Dot) GREENAN | (1927 - ....) | _JAMES MCGUINN ___________+ | | (1870 - ....) m 1895 |_JOSEPHINE MCGUINN __| (1902 - 2001) m 1925| |_BELLE MCMANAMALY ________+ m 1895
 Married Mr. Boylan and had children Seamus, Anne & Gloria Boylan.
_CALEB HAYES JR. ____+ | (1756 - ....) m 1777 _ISAIAH HAYES _______| | (1777 - ....) m 1811| | |_ WIFE 1 ____________ | m 1777 | |--SARAH ANN HAYES | (1816 - 1906) | _WILLIAM TREASTER ___+ | | (1758 - 1813) m 1784 |_ELIZABETH TRESTER __| (1792 - ....) m 1811| |_ELIZABETH HESSLER __ (1764 - 1838) m 1784
Possibly migrated from Chester co., PA to Dearborn co., Indiana about1820 with her family.
1880 Census, Noble, Richland co., Illinois -district 174
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace OccupationFather's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Sarah A. STEVENS Self W Female W 61 IN Keeping HousePA GER
Iva B. STEVENS GDau S Female W 2 IL --- ---
Checked the 1900 Noble, IL census, but wasn't able to find Sarah (muchof it was hard to read). Some of her children or grandchildren werethere.
From Kathy Toppins, in 2005:
Article, dated 1900
"Mrs. Sarah A. Stevens, of Cleves, Ohio, is visiting her son, C. H.Stevens,
at the gas station. Mrs. Stevens' maiden name was Hayes, and is arelative
of ex-President Hayes of the Ohio valley. She states to us that shewas born
into this deceptive world January 25, 1816, consequently she is inher 82nd
year. Her hair is of the sandy tinge, characteristic of the Hayes',and
never turns gray. Her eye sight and hearing is good. She is straightas an
Indian, talks fluently and has a quick light step of a girl ofeighteen
years. Her husband died in 1872, since which time she has lived inwidowhood
in her comfortable little home in Cleves, where she has the watchfulcare of
her children, Samuel, Elizabeth and Bell, all comfortably situated onfarms
near her home. Besides these she has a daughter, Melissa, in Buffalo,N.Y.,
whose husband is a machinist, long since retired; Fannie, who livesin
Madison, Wisconsin, superintendent of the Park Hotel; Clinton H., whois
chief engineer of the Weiderman Brewing Co., Newport, Ky; Charles H.,who
occupies a prominent position with the Indiana Natural Gas & OilCompany
here, and Mahlon, who owns a stock ranch in Kansas, all of whomcontribute
monthly to their mother's comfort. Mrs. Stevens says this will be herlast
visit and she hopes soon to be at rest. She seems perfectly contentedand
awaits the Master's call. She is a devout Methodist of many yearsstanding.
The reminiscent of her life she will leave to posterity written byher son,
C. H. Stevens."
[The date she lists here for her husband's death is 1872, instead of
1873. The birth date for Dewit C is 1863, but the birth date for
Clinton H as 1861. Also, she says she was born in 1816, not 1818.]
Kathy Toppins' grandmother Edna said there were 13 children.
Sarah Hayes mentions eight: Samuel, Elizabeth, Bell, Melissa, Fannie(Sarah F), Clinton H., Charles H., Mahlon (sometimes Malin).
Royal S. Hayes was on the 1900 census in Cleves, Hamilton co., Ohio,about 2 pages from where Sarah Ann Hayes Stevens was listed. (He wasa teacher in 1900 and wrote a book on Hayes genealogy.) Job & EnosHayes & family were also in the Cleves area in 1900.
 From census info, birth year was 1818, but 1816 was her own memory.
MARRIAGE OF URIAH STEVENS & SARAH ANN HAYES~
"Be it remembered that on the 23 day of September 1834 a MarriageLicense issued from the Clerk's office of the Dearborn circuit courtin the words and figures following to wit, State of Indiana DearbornCounty:
The State of Indiana to all who shall see these presents - Know yethat by virtue of the authority vested in me by law as Clerk of theDearborn Circuit Court, I have granted and do by these presents grantunto URIAH STEVENS, and SARAH ANN HAYES, license to be joined togetherin Matrimony according to law and for so doing this shall be asufficient Warrant. - Witness James Dill Clerk of the Dearborn CircuitCourt and the Seal of said court this 23 day of Septr 1834. (Signed)James Dill Clk. William Conaway, a Justice of the Peace in and forthe County of Dearborn, do certify that I joined together in Matrimonyaccording to law on the 25th day of September 1834 Uriah Stevens andSarah Ann Hayes by virtue of a license from the Clerk of the DearbornCircuit Court dated 23rd of September 1834. Given under my hand this15th day of February 1835. (Signed) William Conaway JP." [Indexed inVolume #1, Marriage Licenses, Dearborn County, March 1826, Oct 1859,item #42. This is located in the Clerk's office in the CountyCourthouse in Lawrenceburg, Indiana. Recorded by hand in Volume #3,Marriage Licenses, page 170, located in the basement of thecourthouse.]
Conversations & Notes via elder family members.
Alla M. Baker, 1934 letter on Hayes & Stevens, etc
Dearborn co.,Indiana on-line marriage records
_James S. LOCKE _____ | _Charles T. \Charley LOCKE _| | (.... - 1930) m 1871 | | |_Emeline BRONSON ____ | | |--Hattie LOCKE | (1871 - ....) | _____________________ | | |_Lena ______________________| (.... - 1912) m 1871 | |_____________________
_____________________ | _John OTT ___________| | (1848 - 1890) | | |_____________________ | | |--Frank OTT | (1877 - ....) | _Nicholas ZURBRICK __+ | | (.... - 1890) |_Christina ZURBRICK _| (1852 - 1927) | |_Catherine GOTTLIEB _ (.... - 1906)
__ | _John William PATTENDEN _| | (1838 - 1892) m 1859 | | |__ | | |--Alec B. PATTENDEN | (1872 - ....) | __ | | |_Elizabeth CUNNINGS _____| m 1859 | |__
 Also known as Alexander Pattenden. He signed his name as "Alec" in1897 as a witness to the marriage of John L. Zurbrick, his futurebrother-in-law. He came to the USA in 1876 (about age 3) and later(c. 1900) worked as a carpenter.
 Was from Silver Mine, Fairfield co., CT.
_JOHN STUART ________+ | (1777 - 1855) m 1802 _Matthew Jerome STUART _| | (1822 - 1912) m 1859 | | |_SUSANNAH STONE _____+ | (1782 - 1861) m 1802 | |--Fannie Cordelia STUART | (1877 - 1959) | _____________________ | | |_Hulda Maria PORTER ____| (1840 - 1912) m 1859 | |_____________________
__ | _Christopher STURGES _| | | | |__ | | |--Joseph STURGES | (1712 - ....) | __ | | |_Mary GODWIN _________| | |__
_Jacob ZURBRICK _____________________+ | (1845 - 1924) _Edward Leander ZURBRICK _| | (1876 - 1957) | | |_Katharine (Kate) LATCHER \LATSCHAR _+ | (1850 - 1925) | |--Mabel ZURBRICK | | _Joseph\Jasep APPEL _________________ | | (1843 - ....) m 1881 |_Anna L. MARTIN (APPEL) __| (1878 - 1945) | |_Kunigunde __________________________ (1850 - ....) m 1881
_Johannes ZURBRUGG __+ | (1739 - ....) m 1759 _Peter ZURBRUGG _____| | (1768 - ....) m 1804| | |_Elsbeth GERMANN ____ | m 1759 | |--Catharina ZURBRUGG | (1811 - ....) | _____________________ | | |_Cathri BIRCHER _____| (1785 - ....) m 1804| |_____________________