Ancestor Links - Images

Hayes Ancestors and related families:

Stebbins Family Line (back to England 16th Century & New England c.1633)


Notable Descendants:



Other Images grouped by theme

Early Voyages to New England (1600's)

Images of the type of sailing vessels used to cross the Atlantic Ocean in the 1600's.

Founders Monuments & Bridges in New England

Memorial Monuments and Bridges have been erected in memory of the Founders of various early Towns in New England.

Early Towns & Communities in North America

The early pioneer settlers built the first homesteads, schools, churches, businesses, towns, roads, bridges ...

Garrison House, Dover, New Hampshire (c. 1675)

An example of an early New England family home that was also used as a Garrison House for protection against attacks from Native American Indian tribes.

Early Transportation by Stagecoach

As soon as roads were built and well enough developed - horse drawn stagecoaches were used to transport passengers, mail and goods between towns and across regions.

Notable & Famous Descendants of Early New England Settlers

Father of at least two Early New England Settlers - William Stebbins [Black Notley, Essex, England] - was ancestor of:
Amelia Mary Earhart (1898-1937) Aviator & Author & 1st Woman to Fly across the Atlantic Ocean.

William and his son, Deacon Edward Stebbins [Cambridge, Mass. 1633 & Hartford, Conn. 1636] & Frances Tough - were ancestors of:
Ethel B. Mallinckrodt, wife of John Thompson Dorrance (1873-1930) Founder of the Canned Soup Industry & Owner/Manager of the Campbell Soup Co.