Descendants of Joseph Haynes
Generation No. 1
1. JOSEPH5 HAYNES (THOMAS4, JONATHAN3, WILLIAM2, WALTER1) He married (1) ELIZABETH CLEMENTS. He married (2) MEHITABLE MARSH.
Children of JOSEPH HAYNES and ELIZABETH CLEMENTS are:
i. DAVID6 HAYNES.
Notes for DAVID HAYNES:
served in the French & Indian war
2. ii. AMMI RUHAMAH HAYNES, b. 1740.
3. iii. JOSEPH HAYNES, b. March 25, 1743, Haverhill,Mass.; d. June 10, 1810, Stillwater,NH.
Generation No. 2
2. AMMI RUHAMAH6 HAYNES (JOSEPH5, THOMAS4, JONATHAN3, WILLIAM2, WALTER1) was born 1740. He married SARAH FRENCH.
Notes for AMMI RUHAMAH HAYNES:
served in the French & Indian war
Child of AMMI HAYNES and SARAH FRENCH is:
i. SAMPSON FRENCH7 HAYNES.
3. JOSEPH6 HAYNES (JOSEPH5, THOMAS4, JONATHAN3, WILLIAM2, WALTER1) was born March 25, 1743 in Haverhill,Mass., and died June 10, 1810 in Stillwater,NH. He married (1) ANNA HEATH August 11, 1762, daughter of JOSIAH HEATH and MARY MERRILL. She was born January 17, 1749/50 in Hampstead,NH. He married (2) HANNAH STRATTON August 11, 1763 in Sudbury,Mass..
Notes for JOSEPH HAYNES:
Fought in the war of Independence.
One of the early settlers of Lisbon,NH.
On January 12th 1786,Lt. Haynes signed a petition asking for relief from taxes.The petition was headed by Major Samuel Young.It represented that there were but few settlers in Lisbon when the revolution began,& about every man turned out in defence of their county & marched to Canada under General Montgomery,& several enlisted for 3 years & during the war.The settlement built a fort at a cost of 500 pounds.Had it not been for poverty, the petition states,"we would have left the town & state long ago."
Joseph and his brothers Ammi and David served in the French and Indian Wars and were stationed on the frontier and along the Connecticut River Valley. Lisbon Town Records mentions John Haynes (Hayns) born 4-15-1769 Descent of Joseph. Daniel Haynes (Haines) came to Pittsburg in 1811 two years before John. ? his brother? Relationship to E L Haynes 26 May 1780- Apr 1831 buried Pittsburg, N.H. (Hollow Cemetery) near son John. Joseph was an early settler of Lisbon. He was commissioned lieutenant in Cpt. Barron's Co., Colonel Bedel's regt, 1 Apr 1779. According to the census of 1790, he had one son over 16, two under 16, and one daughter. Lisbon records state four sons and two daughters, only two names mentioned, Joseph and David. On 12 Jan 1786, Lieut. Haynes signed a petition asking for relief from taxes. The petition was headed by Major Samuel Young. It represented that there were but few settlers in Lisbon when the Revolution began, and about every man turned out in the defence of his country and marched to Canada under Montgomery, and several enlisted for three years. The settlers built a fort at a cost of 500 pounds. Had it not been for poverty, the petition states, "we should have left the town and state long ago." Was the first keeper of a tavern in Lisbon, N.H. His death is unknown. His son John was born in Stillwater, N.H. according to Timothy Haynes. Berthelle Barker said Joseph died in Stillwater, N.Y. ???
More About JOSEPH HAYNES:
Military service: Bet. December 15, 1777 - March 1778, Lt. in Capt. Youngs Co.,Col.Bedels Reg.
Children of JOSEPH HAYNES and ANNA HEATH are:
i. JOSEPH HAYNES7 JR., b. Lisbon,NH.
4. ii. JOHN C. HAYNES, b. April 15, 1769, Stillwater,NH; d. September 12, 1854, Pittsburg,NH.
5. iii. DAVID HAYNES, b. June 09, 1771, Lisbon,NH; d. May 26, 1844, Baldwinsville,NY.
Children of JOSEPH HAYNES and HANNAH STRATTON are:
iv. SAMUEL7 HAYNES, b. February 22, 1768, Princeton,Mass; d. June 26, 1844, Guilford,NY.
v. SYLVANUS HAYNES, b. February 22, 1768, Princeton,Mass; d. December 30, 1826, NY.
6. vi. ELI HAYNES, b. June 23, 1770, Princeton,Mass; d. April 1851, NY.
vii. HANNAH HAYNES, b. June 05, 1773, Princeton,Mass; d. July 12, 1825, Ashby,Mass..
viii. JOSEPH HAYNES, b. July 21, 1775, Princeton,Mass; d. August 07, 1790.
ix. ABRAHAM HAYNES, b. March 17, 1776, Princeton,Mass.
x. ELEANOR HAYNES, b. June 25, 1777, Princeton,Mass; d. February 21, 1857, Reading,Mass..
xi. MARY HAYNES, b. July 24, 1779, Princeton,Mass; d. October 26, 1857, Townsend,Mass..
Generation No. 3
4. JOHN C.7 HAYNES (JOSEPH6, JOSEPH5, THOMAS4, JONATHAN3, WILLIAM2, WALTER1) was born April 15, 1769 in Stillwater,NH1, and died September 12, 1854 in Pittsburg,NH1. He married DOROTHY DOLLY JEWETT April 14, 17941, daughter of JOHN JEWETT and HANNAH. She was born June 27, 1776 in Stanstead,Quebec,Canada, and died December 17, 1845 in Pittsburg,NH.
Notes for JOHN C. HAYNES:
Was the first Tavern Keeper in Lisbon, NH (Sugar Hill).
John came to Lisbon about 1790.He married Dolly a sister of Timothy Noyes.
He located near Mt.Tom, so called where he built a log house in which he kept the first tavern on Sugar Hill. He was a Justice of the Peace, moderator, & representitive. Town meetings were held at his house for seven years.
He was convicted of passing counterfiet money & was sentenced to Haverhill jail. Soon after leaving jail he removed to the extreme northern part of the state.
I believe Dolly was Timothy's sister in law. He was married to Sally Jewett, so Dolly's last name would be Jewett.
Was a prominent citizen in the township formerly called Concord (now Lisbon) but was convicted of passing counterfeit money and sentenced to the Haverhill jail. He soon after leaving jail, removed to the extreme northern part of the state. The History of Co??ounty states that he came to Pittsbury in 1813. He bought 100 acres opposite the mouth of Indian Steam, then he bought 1000 acres off David Gibbs and later claimed land that he pitched.
More About JOHN C. HAYNES:
Occupation: Tavern keeper
Occupation 2: farmer
Children of JOHN HAYNES and DOROTHY JEWETT are:
i. BETSY8 HAYNES, b. October 12, 1794, Lisbon,NH; d. November 30, 1856; m. SIHHEL BEAN.
ii. DAVID J. HAYNES, b. June 17, 1797, Lisbon,NH; d. February 05, 1801, Lisbon,NH (Vol.2 Lisbon Records).
7. iii. CLARK JOHN HAYNES, b. May 05, 1799, Lisbon,NH.
8. iv. JOHN LANGDON HAYNES, b. June 06, 1804, Lisbon,NH; d. February 25, 1889, Clarksville,NH.
9. v. NANCY HAYNES (HAINES), b. July 16, 1806, Lisbon,NH; d. February 16, 1843, Compton,Quebec,Canada.
10. vi. TIMOTHY NOYES HAYNES, b. December 15, 1808, Lisbon,NH.
11. vii. ROSS COON HAYNES (HAINES), b. February 19, 1811, Lisbon,NH.
viii. MOODY B. HAYNES, b. September 22, 1813, Pittsburg,NH; m. MARINDA JUDD, March 01, 1838, Pittsburg,NH.
Notes for MOODY B. HAYNES:
In 1847 was on superintending school committee. Named Pittsburg after Pittsburg, Pennsylvania when town incorporated in 1840. Melissa Thurston charged Moody of being the father of her child born Apr 1831 and he pleaded to the jurisdiction of the court. Said parties settled their troubles outside of court. Was in Prairie du Sac, Wisconsin in 1863.
Marinda: History of Co??ounty (1888) states: "Nathan Judd came [to Pittsburg] in 1813, from Piermont." Is Nathan Marinda's father?
More About MOODY B. HAYNES:
Occupation: 1st Town Clerk in Pittsburg,NH
ix. HIRAM F. HAYNES, b. October 10, 1815, Pittsburg,NH; d. November 01, 1815, Pittsburg,NH.
x. SUSAN H. HAYNES, b. January 28, 1817, Pittsburg,NH.
5. DAVID7 HAYNES (JOSEPH6, JOSEPH5, THOMAS4, JONATHAN3, WILLIAM2, WALTER1) was born June 09, 1771 in Lisbon,NH, and died May 26, 1844 in Baldwinsville,NY. He married MARTHA WILSON April 06, 1797, daughter of JOHN WILSON. She was born October 13, 1777 in Washington County,NY, and died January 30, 1852 in Baldwinsville,NY.
Notes for DAVID HAYNES:
As a young man, he went to the Albany, N.Y. area where he had an uncle. There he met a man by the name of McKown from N.H. who held title to No. 12 in the town of Van Buren, Onondaga Co., N.Y. To David he offered part of the lot if he would make an actual settlement. Mr. Haynes received the deed to the land, comprising 150 acres and this land remains in the name today. About 1805 he engaged in the making of salt at Salina and removed there in 1816 but later returned to his farm in Van Buren.
Children of DAVID HAYNES and MARTHA WILSON are:
12. i. BROOKS8 HAYNES, d. October 1848, Baldwinsville,NY.
ii. ELIZABETH HAYNES, b. 1799.
13. iii. JOHN HAYNES, b. March 02, 1801; d. January 12, 1870.
iv. CORNELIA HAYNES, b. 1803.
14. v. POLLY HAYNES, b. 1805.
15. vi. THADDEUS HAYNES, b. September 27, 1808; d. November 05, 1887, Baldwinsville,NY.
vii. EDWARD HAYNES, b. 1810; d. August 26, 1889; m. MARGARET EMALEN.
viii. HORACE HAYNES, b. December 29, 1812; d. August 1890; m. ADELINE SWEET.
16. ix. JAMES HAYNES, b. January 26, 1817; d. March 15, 1889.
6. ELI7 HAYNES (JOSEPH6, JOSEPH5, THOMAS4, JONATHAN3, WILLIAM2, WALTER1) was born June 23, 1770 in Princeton,Mass, and died April 1851 in NY. He married SARAH PUFFER February 07, 1791 in Princeton,Mass.
Children of ELI HAYNES and SARAH PUFFER are:
i. ELI8 HAYNES, b. 1793.
ii. JOSEPH HAYNES, b. 1795.
iii. SARAH HAYNES, b. March 09, 1797.
iv. LUCY HAYNES, b. 1799.
v. JAMES J. HAYNES, b. 1801; m. CELESTIA BELNAP.
vi. JOSEPH HAYNES, b. 1803.
vii. JACOB PUFFER HAYNES, b. 1804.
viii. SUSANNA HAYNES, b. 1813.
Generation No. 4
7. CLARK JOHN8 HAYNES (JOHN C.7, JOSEPH6, JOSEPH5, THOMAS4, JONATHAN3, WILLIAM2, WALTER1) was born May 05, 1799 in Lisbon,NH. He married ADELINE BEDEL.
Notes for CLARK JOHN HAYNES:
Census: 1830,1840,1850, Pittsburg, N.H. Came to Pittsburg, N.H. in 1815 from Lisborn, N.H. 1850 census lists age 57. During organization of the Indian Stream Republic he was chosen justice of the peace. In 1848 the town voted that the barn-yards of William C. Locke, Clark J. Haines, and Israel W. Tyler be constituted "pounds." In the early days of Pittsburg settlement the Canadian-US border was in dispute resulting in repeated confrontations. One such incident involved Clark Haynes (also spelled Haines) as well as his son in laws Blanchard and Ephraim Aldrich. This following account is from The History of Co??ounty 1888.
In October, 1835, William M. Smith, a deputy-sheriff of Co??ounty, with Richard I. Blanchard (Mary Ann Haynes' husband) and John M. Harvey as assistants, attempted to serve a writ on John H. Tyler. Tyler refusing to turn out property for attachment. Smith arrested him, and in taking him away, Tyler was forcibly rescued by several of his neighbors. Alexander Rea, on being informed of this arrest, issued a warrant against Smith, Blanchard and Harvey, in the name of the King of Great Britain, for attempting to serve processes not granted by Canadian courts. Blanchard, the only one residing in Indian Stream, was arrested on his warrant, October 22, 1835, by an armed posse of from twelve to fifteen men, and taken by force from his dwelling, to be tried in Canada for doing his duty as a deputy sheriff of the county of Co??
As the news of this outrage was immediately spread, great excitement prevailed in the upper towns of Co??Clark J. Haines started at once on horseback for Colebrook, giving notice at Clarksville and Stewartstown. As fast as notified the men of the various towns armed and hastened to the relief of Blanchard. Many took their arms and accoutrements as militia men. Nearly 300 assembled in Canaan; citizens aroused by an outrage upon the rights of one of their number, and determined to rescue him. Several parties started to intercept Blanchard and his captors and we give Blanchard's own language of the rescue: "When I was within a mile of the house of Alex Rea, to which place I understood they were conveying me, we were met by a party of eight men from New Hampshire on horseback, all, or most of them, armed. They demanded my release from the party having custody of me, which was refused, but, after some further talk, the party demanding resolutely my release, I was at length released, without any force being used on either side, and I went with the party down to the store of Parmelee & Joy, in Canaan, Vt."
The controversy was settled in 1850 with the Webster-Asburton treaty. Marked his sheep with a swallowtail in the end of the right ear and a "happeny" in the lower half of the left (Pittsburg, N.H. 1 Jul 1846) Taxed in 1845: State and County tax:$5.52; School tax: $1.83
Child of CLARK HAYNES and ADELINE BEDEL is:
i. JOHN CLARK9 HAYNES.
8. JOHN LANGDON8 HAYNES (JOHN C.7, JOSEPH6, JOSEPH5, THOMAS4, JONATHAN3, WILLIAM2, WALTER1) was born June 06, 1804 in Lisbon,NH1, and died February 25, 1889 in Clarksville,NH1. He married (1) LAURA APPLEBEE 1827 in Pittsburg,NH1, daughter of EMOR APPLEBEE and SARIAH JUDD. She was born 1810 in Lisbon,NH1, and died 1850 in Pittsburg,NH1. He married (2) HANNAH WHEELER November 06, 1867 in Pittsburg,NH1, daughter of NATHANIEL WHEELER and ABIGAIL. She was born 1826 in Lyman,NH1, and died WFT Est. 1821-19041.
Notes for JOHN LANGDON HAYNES:
1850 census:Belknap County,NH
John Langdon Haynes,age 63,carpenter.
Census: 1830,1840,1850, Pittsburg, N.H. Known as "Dr. Haynes." Went to Pittsburg in 1820. History of Co??ounty (1888) states: came to Pittsburg in 1820 from Lisbon. In 1826 he transfered land on the north side of Back lake at Sucker Brook to Alanson Cummings. John Haines was selectman in Pittsburg in 1842. ? father or son. Was appointed collector of taxes in 1844, and his compensation fixed at 5 per cent. on the amount collected. Invoice Polls and Ratable Estates Residents of Pittsburg 1853: John L Haines- 1 horse, 2 cows. Clarksville, N.H. Vitals (Deaths) lists age 80 born Pittsburg, N.H. Grave marker very small with only initials "JLH"
Laura: 1850 census lists her as Laura Haines ag 35. Also listed as born Canada.
Hannah: Widowed at time of second marriage to John L. Haynes. Stewartstown, N.H. Vitals (Marriages) 15 Oct 1884 lists as Hannah Wheeler born Milton, N.H., residence Canada, age 55.
History of Concord: Interesting Incidents:page, 461/462- NH State Library
A shocking casualty occurred in Concord on Friday evening, November 8th, while the demorcratic party were celebrating the riumph of the New York election of Polk & Dallas canidates for president & vice president of the United States. Mr. John L. Haynes, one of the officers of the Columbian Artillary had his left arm almost entirerly blown off, his right arm dreadfully shattered, & his face shockingly burnt, in the act of ramming down a cartridge. The discharge took place in consequence of the vent not being stopped, in the excitement & hurry of firing. His left arm was amputated by Dr. Haynes of Concord.
More About JOHN LANGDON HAYNES:
Cause of Death: old age
Fact 1: aka:Langdon Haynes
Residence: Pittsburg, NH
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Children of JOHN HAYNES and LAURA APPLEBEE are:
i. BETSY9 HAYNES, b. December 29, 1829; m. BENJAMIN FRENCH.
Notes for BETSY HAYNES:
Census: 1850,1860, Pittsburg, N.H. Obituary reads: "In 1863 she moved to Colebrook and has since resided there. Eight children are left to mourn the loss of a fond and devoted mother." The Ben French residence was located on Spooner Road just before reaching the driveway for Reuben Washburn's. A path on the left goes in past the spring house where parts of an old rock foundation can be seen. A marker reads: "Children of Benjamin French died 5 Mar 1855." The marker is now behind the Capten house.
Joseph: News Item [23 Dec 1870] reads..."The skin of an animal was brought us by Benjamin French of Pittsburg that puzzles our old fur dealers to tell what kind of an animal produced it. It has somewhat the appearance of a caribou but is covered with a very close, heavy coat of hair much resembling fur. Its ears are much like those of a sheep only broader at the base, and a kind of mane grew under the neck. Mr. French states that he found the animal with his sheep, and that it seemed quite reluctant to leave them..." Died of la grippe.
ii. BENJAMIN MANSON HAYNES, b. 1832.
iii. LUCINDA HAYNES, b. 1834.
iv. MANION HAYNES, b. 1835.
v. FRANCIS G. HAYNES, b. 1836.
vi. HIRAM HAYNES, b. January 17, 1837, Pittsburg,NH; d. June 07, 1913, Stewartstown,NH; m. (1) MARY ADELINE LATHROPE; b. 1845, Bradford,Quebec,Canada; d. May 19, 1878, Stewartstown,NH; m. (2) JOANN WILLIAMSON, February 08, 1892, Canaan,Vt.; b. 1849.
Notes for HIRAM HAYNES:
1880 census:vol.3/ed.44/sht.3/line 14.
Hiram Haynes age 43 of Stewartstown,coos County,NH
son: Leslie age 18
son: Allison age 16
daug.: Agnes age 13
daug.:Nettie age 8
More About HIRAM HAYNES:
Burial: South Hill Cemetery
Cause of Death: cerebral hemorhage
Residence: Pittsburg, NH
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Married by: H.M.Noracy JP
vii. NELSON J. HAYNES, b. March 06, 1840, Pittsburg,NH; d. February 05, 1897, Colebrook,NH; m. SARAH A. EDWARDS, January 01, 1868, Pittsburg,NH; b. Compton,Quebec,Canada.
Notes for NELSON J. HAYNES:
Census: 1850, Pittsburg, N.H. A Civil War Veteran. Discharged disabled 8 Jan 1864. A farmer and mechanic. Died of "chronic diarrhea." Newspaper clipping 1893 reads: "Some time since complaints reached the internal revenue department that one calling himself "Dr." Nelson J. Haynes of Colebrook was selling liquor without a United States license. His own story was to the effect that he had purchased the liquor at a local druggist's and then put a little coloring matter in it and sold it as medicine. The doctor, who also practices dentistry, is about 45 years of age, unmarried, and admitted he had no friends who thought enough of him to go sponsor for his further appearance. In default of bail he was committed to Concord jail
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Cause of Death: chronic diarrhear
Medical Information: Dr. E.E. Twombly
Residence: Pittsburg, NH
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Married by: E.C. Sawyer JP
viii. LEVI A. HAYNES, b. 1842; d. September 14, 1879.
ix. AARON B. HAYNES, b. 1842, Pittsburg,NH; d. 1922; m. ALMA L. LITTLE, November 25, 1875, Colebrook,NH; b. 1851, Colebrook,NH; d. 1926.
Notes for AARON B. HAYNES:
Census: 1850, Pittsburg, N.H. 1850 census lists him age 6. Was a mechanic. Also listed as a carpenter and joiner. Made the pulpit for the Cong'l Church in Colebrook. In the summer of 1891 he was in S. Dakota running a large potato starch factory.
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Occupation: Carpenter & joiner
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Married by: William H. Nason,Minister of the Gospel
x. DAVID HAYNES, b. 1845.
xi. SARAH E. HAYNES, b. January 26, 1846, Pittsburg,NH1; d. June 10, 1898, Colebrook,NH1; m. JONATHAN LEVET CHASE, July 09, 1867, Clarksville,NH1; b. April 25, 1843, Piermont,NH1; d. 1930, Alexandria,NH1.
More About SARAH E. HAYNES:
Cause of Death: acute gastritis
Fact 1: 1880, living in Orford,NH
Medical Information: acute gastritis
Notes for JONATHAN LEVET CHASE:
1880 census: Orford,NH
Jonathan Chase age 37
wife: Sarah age 34
son: Erwin age 12
daug.: Ellen age 10
daug.:Ida age 7
son: Henry age 5
son: Clarence age 3 months
1920 census: volume 14/ ed.58/ sheet 4/ line 8
Jonathan Chase age 76 living alone
Merrimack Co., Andovertown, Tauntonhill Rd.
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Burial: Alexandria Cemetery,Alexandria,NH
Fact 1: 1880, living in Orford,NH
xii. MELVINA AMANDA HAYNES, b. June 15, 1850.
Children of JOHN HAYNES and HANNAH WHEELER are:
xiii. LETTY E.9 HAYNES, b. January 15, 1869.
xiv. FRANK E. HAYNES, b. 1871, Pittsburg,NH; d. 1942; m. WINNIE N. MARSH, July 13, 1896, Pittsburg,NH; b. Pittsburg,NH.
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Married by: Eliar L. Farnham JP.
9. NANCY HAYNES8 (HAINES) (JOHN C.7 HAYNES, JOSEPH6, JOSEPH5, THOMAS4, JONATHAN3, WILLIAM2, WALTER1) was born July 16, 1806 in Lisbon,NH, and died February 16, 1843 in Compton,Quebec,Canada. She married RUFUS HARTWELL. He was born 1810.
More About NANCY HAYNES (HAINES):
Burial: Carr Cemetery,Compton,Quebec,Canada
Cause of Death: died in childbirth
Children of NANCY (HAINES) and RUFUS HARTWELL are:
i. MARIE9 HARTWELL.
ii. JOHN C. HARTWELL.
iii. LUCY A. HARTWELL, b. 1832; m. CHARLES TAYLOR, 1856.
iv. GEORGE A. HARTWELL, b. 1835; m. BETSY CHESLEY, 1860.
v. JANE D. HARTWELL, b. 1838; m. EDWIN C. STONE.
vi. ELIZA M. HARTWELL, b. 1840; m. CHARLES E. CURTIS.
10. TIMOTHY NOYES8 HAYNES (JOHN C.7, JOSEPH6, JOSEPH5, THOMAS4, JONATHAN3, WILLIAM2, WALTER1) was born December 15, 1808 in Lisbon,NH. He married ALMIRA J. MORRILL August 16, 1888 in Stewartstown,NH, daughter of WILLIAM MORRILL and RACHAEL MORRISON. She was born in Canaan,Vt..
Notes for TIMOTHY NOYES HAYNES:
Census: 1830,1840,1850, Pittsburg, N.H. E. C. Aldrich invoice Sep 1841 lists T N Haines: for 2 qts Rum Delvd to D G Rowell 0.50; 14 Feb 1842: for 1 calf 3.75, for 1 pr mittens 0.75 for balance for Barn frame 3.87. Pittsburg, N.H. Invoice and Tax Bill 1852 lists "T. N. Haines farm...claimed by D. Blanchard, occupied by D. Day, Jr."
Rhoda: Bible from "Mabel P." gives Spanish descent. Orig. listed born 1811. Letter to Robert Gray from Viola Lindon lists parents as Joshua Rowell and Martha Patty Jackson (Polly).
Almera: Gravestone reads Elmira M., wife of John M. Brainard. ? same person as Almira M. Dearth who married Fred D. Cole of Stark, N.H. Marriage record to Timothy Noyes Haynes lists as Almira J. Brainard, age 74 born in Canaan, Vt. to William Morrill born Canaan, Vt. residence Canaan, Vt. and Rachael Morrison, born Gilmonton, N.H., dead. Marriage to Timothy was her 3rd.
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Married by: Charles E. Tewksbury JP
Children of TIMOTHY HAYNES and ALMIRA MORRILL are:
i. CLARK JOHN9 HAYNES, m. MARTHA ROWELL.
Notes for MARTHA ROWELL:
Census: 1850, Pittsburg, N.H. •
Martha: Of Irish and Dutch descent. Rev. W.S. Morrill minister at marriage. Clark and Martha were second cousins having the same great grandfather (Rowell). Always had food on hand for visitors. Would have to hide cookies from Clark because when he went to visit someone he would always take something for them. Martha could make a great meal out of not much of anything. She would travel from Hereford Hill to Pittsburg to have her children at her mother's farm. Martha walked across bridge up by Jubile Wheeler's farm to cross the river and go up the hill with one child in her arms, another holding onto her hand, a third on the way and half a dozen others left at home. Obituary reads: "...Early in the spring she took cold which resulted later in chronic bronchitis, this with heart trouble was the cause of her death. She was the fourth child of Moses and Narissa Rowell...she was united in marriage to Clark J. Haynes of Hereford. To them were born fourteen children, two dying in infancy, and Sumner at the age of 18 and Mrs. Jennie Hibbard 12 years ago, the remaining ten are still living...Mrs. Haynes was confined to her bed but two weeks...Her last hours were spent in repeating passages of scripture and praying to the God she had loved an served so well..."
ii. PHOEBE HAYNES.
Notes for PHOEBE HAYNES:
Census: 1850, Pittsburg, N.H. Obituary reads: "...Mrs. O. H. Merriman passed away here last night at the age of 63 years, after a week's illness of pneumonia. She was formerly Miss Phoebe Haines, of E. Hereford. She is survived by her husband. The funeral will take place Sunday at 2 p.m., interment being in Mount Forest cemetery..." Document from Linnie Young said Phobe m (1) Wiswell and m (2) Merriman no children. originally listed b. c.1847
Josiah: Gravestone Fred J. son of Josiah and Phebe Biglow ... Cyrus was name in document from Joe Haynes, married Pheobe J. Haynes. Assumed to be the same person.
11. ROSS COON HAYNES8 (HAINES) (JOHN C.7 HAYNES, JOSEPH6, JOSEPH5, THOMAS4, JONATHAN3, WILLIAM2, WALTER1) was born February 19, 1811 in Lisbon,NH. He married (1) HANNAH. She was born 1815, and died January 09, 1852. He married (2) EMILY.
Children of ROSS (HAINES) and HANNAH are:
i. MARY E.9 HAYNES, b. September 27, 1833.
ii. DOLLY HAYNES, b. August 17, 1834.
iii. CHARLES P. HAYNES, b. March 02, 1836, Pittsburg,NH.
iv. SARAH J. HAYNES, b. August 31, 1837; d. February 24, 1839.
v. MERCY B. HAYNES, b. September 23, 1839.
vi. NANCY H. HAYNES, b. July 14, 1843.
vii. JULIA R. HAYNES, b. June 08, 1846.
viii. ALFRED CLARK HAYNES, b. April 08, 1848, Pittsburg,NH.
Notes for ALFRED CLARK HAYNES:
Census: 1850, Pittsburg, N.H. Alfred worked on the railroad and lived at North Freedom and Baraboo, Wisconsin. After the death of his father, when the step-mother and her family moved to Nebraska, Alfred bought the home farm at Prairie du Sac. He suddenly became ill and died within a few days of Bright's disease. He had purchased an insurance policy shortly before becoming ill and had paid one premium. This insurance money enabled Ella to finish paying for the farm, and her brother Fred farmed the land.
Ella: After Alfred's death, she remained on the farm, teaching the girls at home for the first two grades. Then she sold the farm and moved to Prairie du Sac, to be near the schools. After the death of her second husband, she moved to Baraboo. When she was no longer able to live alone, she spent the rest of her life living with her daughters, six months at a time with each.
Child of ROSS (HAINES) and EMILY is:
ix. FRANK P.9 HAYNES, b. March 14, 1854.
12. BROOKS8 HAYNES (DAVID7, JOSEPH6, JOSEPH5, THOMAS4, JONATHAN3, WILLIAM2, WALTER1) died October 1848 in Baldwinsville,NY. He married JANE D. BROOKS.
Children of BROOKS HAYNES and JANE BROOKS are:
i. ORIGEN9 HAYNES, m. (1) CAROLINE WOODWARD; m. (2) CAROLINE WALDRIDGE.
ii. WILSON HAYNES, m. ELLA.
iii. GEORGE HAYNES, b. June 14, 1841; d. July 10, 1898; m. LUCY J. BROWN.
13. JOHN8 HAYNES (DAVID7, JOSEPH6, JOSEPH5, THOMAS4, JONATHAN3, WILLIAM2, WALTER1) was born March 02, 1801, and died January 12, 1870. He married HARRIET JONES.
Children of JOHN HAYNES and HARRIET JONES are:
i. CORNELIA9 HAYNES.
ii. NANCY HAYNES.
iii. ALONZO HAYNES.
iv. DAVID HAYNES.
v. HORACE HAYNES.
vi. BENJAMIN HAYNES.
vii. HARRIET HAYNES.
14. POLLY8 HAYNES (DAVID7, JOSEPH6, JOSEPH5, THOMAS4, JONATHAN3, WILLIAM2, WALTER1) was born 1805. She married PHILLIP FARRINGTON.
Children of POLLY HAYNES and PHILLIP FARRINGTON are:
i. ORIGIN9 FARRINGTON.
ii. EDWARD FARRINGTON.
15. THADDEUS8 HAYNES (DAVID7, JOSEPH6, JOSEPH5, THOMAS4, JONATHAN3, WILLIAM2, WALTER1) was born September 27, 1808, and died November 05, 1887 in Baldwinsville,NY. He married ELIZABETH HOWE, daughter of SAMUEL HOWE and CATHERINE CUNNINGHAM.
Notes for THADDEUS HAYNES:
Was a farmer on the old homestead and became one of the leading citizens. He was supervisor and colonel of the militia regiment.
Children of THADDEUS HAYNES and ELIZABETH HOWE are:
i. MARY9 HAYNES.
ii. ELIZABETH HAYNES.
iii. WILLIAM HAYNES, b. February 21, 1837; d. April 23, 1917, Baldwinsville,NY; m. AMELIA T. HARRINGTON; b. 1846, VanBuren,NY; d. June 10, 1930.
iv. CATHERINE HAYNES, b. 1843, VanBuren,NY; d. June 04, 1916, VanBuren,NY; m. THOMAS O'BRIEN.
16. JAMES8 HAYNES (DAVID7, JOSEPH6, JOSEPH5, THOMAS4, JONATHAN3, WILLIAM2, WALTER1) was born January 26, 1817, and died March 15, 1889. He married ELIZA CLARK. She was born 1822, and died October 20, 1909.
Children of JAMES HAYNES and ELIZA CLARK are:
i. JAMES9 HAYNES.
ii. ANN HAYNES.
iii. EMMA HAYNES.
iv. HARVEY HAYNES.
v. ALICE HAYNES.
vi. HOMER HAYNES.