Seems like a very garbled account of Godfret Hans. See:https://passagetothepast.files.wordpress.com/2015/09/hainesa...
And another garbled account:https://passagetothepast.wordpress.com/tag/hans/
The 'lady whose father was said to be a British lord' he is supposed to have married seems to be a reference to the family of Hackaliah Browne who was said to have been connected to the Viscounts Montague. Also, John Budd's wife, 'Katheren', was also said to have been a daughter of one of the Brownes, Viscount Montague; but timing and a closer study of the contemporaneous family of the viscounts' makes any such connection very unlikely. The statement appears to derive from conclusions assumed from several name's-the-same coincidences. John Budd is also suggested as Godfrey's father-in-law; which is very likely correct. It seems that a legend that John's wife was 'noble' was transferred to their daughter, Anne. Possibly Hackaliah was a distant cousin of the viscounts', but the relationship likely dates long before the ennoblement of the pertinent family. The claim simply does not withstand a cursory scrutiny.
That Godfrey's son, Joseph Haines 1st died in 'Nova Scotia' (meaning New Brunswick) is also unlikely and I can make a case that Corporal (not Sergeant) Joseph Haines 2nd may have been confused with his father.