About 1732 she was mentioned in the last Will of her father, William Hayden, Sr. 
Susanna Hayden married about 1734 to John Drury. 
She passed away about 1777.
↑ Maryland, Calendar of Wills 1635-1743 on ancestry.com citing Land Office in Annapolis, Maryland, USA; v7 Wills from 1732 to 1738; Will book#20; p902; for William Hayden, Sr., occ: planter; dated: 14 Jul 1732 St.Mary's County, Maryland; d: c1733-1734; probate: 06 Mar 1733; Text: ...
- to son, Charles, and heirs, plantation where he now lives
- to William and heirs, plantation where he now lives
- to daughter, Grace Herbert, and heirs, plantation where she now lives
- to daughter, Thomasen Cissell, and heirs, residue of “Finehly”
- to wife, Elizabeth, executrix, residue of estate during widowhood, to dispose of same as she thinks best; should she marry land to be divided among 8 children, viz: Francis, Susauna, James, George, John, Clement, Richard and Elizabeth, or the survivors of them and their heirs; should wife marry, sons to be of age at 18 & daughters at 16, or day of marriage.
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