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Where did Haines originate???

Where did Haines originate???

Cheyenne (View posts)
Posted: 15 Dec 2005 5:58PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 8 Feb 2006 5:07PM GMT
Surnames: Haines
I am just starting on my HAINES line & am wondering what country the HAINES line originated from.
Thanks.

Re: Where did Haines originate???

Bob (View posts)
Posted: 16 Dec 2005 8:11PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 8 Feb 2006 5:07PM GMT
Surnames: Haines
My RICHARD HAINES 1636 - 1682 comes from Aynhoe, England. and died aboard the ship Amity.

Re: Where did Haines originate???

Posted: 24 Dec 2005 11:21PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Haines
As far as I can tell all Haineses I'm familiar with originated in England and came across in the 17th Century. There are at least four bunches in these early years. There was a Richard Haines who came from Devon, England, and became a substantial estate owner in Virginia, or South Carolina. Another Richard Haines, as already noted, led a party of Quakers to, or actually toward Burlington Co., New Jersey. He himself didn't survive the voyage. There was also a Rev. Samuel Haines who established a bit of a dynasty in New Hampshire. Finally, closer to my own roots, Richard and William Haines made it to Salem, Massachusetts in maybe 1634 or so. They were from Bedfordshire (near London) England. My own ancester, James Haines, was a cooper who arrived in Salem in 1637. There is some possibility, but thin evidence, that he was related to Richard and William. James Haines moved to Southold, New York, on eastern Long Island in about 1650, and died soon thereafter.

There's also the possibility that your own Haineses came much later, but most likely from England. It's an English name, for sure. Also, there are connections with the rather larger Haynes clan.

Dick Haines

Re: Where did Haines originate???

Posted: 23 Feb 2006 10:47PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 22 Mar 2006 8:40PM GMT
Surnames: Haines, Haynes, Hanes, Haynes
I am reserching the desendents of George Justus Haynes other spelling Haines, Hanes.
George Justus came with his family from Ulster, Ireland

Re: Geo J HAYNES time period

Posted: 6 Aug 2006 9:46PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 9 Aug 2006 3:00AM GMT
Surnames: Haynes, Haines
What is the time period for your Geo J HAYNES and where did they settle ??

Re: Geo J HAYNES time period

Jackie Haines (View posts)
Posted: 8 Aug 2006 8:37PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 9 Aug 2006 3:00AM GMT
Surnames: Haines, Haynes
George was born in 1745 in Ulster, Ireland.

Re: Where did Haines originate???

Posted: 8 Dec 2015 11:57PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Haynes, Haines
My Haynes were from NY and they were Scotch Irish.
John T son of Nicholas, son of David, son of Godfrey.
Either David or Godfrey was a seaman on a British Man of War that wrecked on Hell Gate in the Long Island Sound.
This must have been the HMS Hussar that went down in 1790
Does anyone have any more information on any of these men?

Re: Where did Haines originate???

Posted: 29 Feb 2016 12:57AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 29 Feb 2016 1:01AM GMT
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.

Thomas.

Re: Where did Haines originate???

Posted: 23 Mar 2016 2:11AM GMT
Classification: Query
My last name is haines and I have followed it back to Germany, but it seems that the spelling changed to Haynes among others.

Re: Where did Haines originate???

Posted: 7 Jun 2016 6:56PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Haines Hanse
Hi There,

I'm trying to research (and find) any information on my 8x g-grandfather Godfrey Haines.

More specifically, I'm stuck at finding any info BEYOND him. I did find his wife's will - by chance of another descendant of his.

Now I do know that the last name could be Hain Hanse Haynes AND that his first name could be Godfret. I was also told that he could hail from Germany or the Netherlands.

Thanks so much for anything you can provide.
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