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Haynes heritage

compiled by Celia Langford Christensen
Books/Monographs
English
Yorba Linda, California : C.L. Christensen, 1998
[4], 352 p. : ill. (some col.), facsims, geneal. charts, maps, ports. (some col.).

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James Willis Haynes, son of Willis Haynes and Elizabeth McPherson, was born 7 Sep 1819, in Marion County, South Carolina. He married Martha Ann Cain around 1839. They had ten children. Martha Ann died in Dec 1866 in Hyman, Marion County, South Carolina. James married Irene Meriney White about 1877 in Hyman, Florence County, South Carolina. They had 7 children. James died 31 July 1899 in Hyman, and Irene died 24 Sep 1914, also in Hyman, South Carolina. Their descendants have lived in South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, Florida, and other areas in the United States.

Includes index.

Includes informaton on the Haynes, Cain, Cox, Cusack, DeWitt, Hayes, Hyman, Munn, Myers, Woodrow, and other allied families.

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