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HAYNES 1785-1800's shipping business

HAYNES 1785-1800's shipping business

msn (View posts)
Posted: 3 Jun 2003 3:21AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: HAYNES, LANGLEY
Looking for any info on the HAYNES family in Livingston Co KY late 1780's - early 1800's. Names may be WILLIAM, WILLIAMSON, MATILDA, ANDREW, SAMUEL, or COLLETT HAYNES m ULEY or JANE (?) LANGLEY abt 1805-10 (?). It is said that the family may have had a shipping business during this time period. Some of the family moved on to MO early 1800's. Any info or direction would be appreciated. Thanks for your time!

Re: HAYNES 1785-1800's shipping business

Posted: 10 Jun 2003 11:38AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 6 Sep 2003 7:51PM GMT
Hello there I looked through the Livingston Co History Book and didn't find any thing on a shipping Bussiness here in Livingston Co. for Haynes but that doesn't mean that it didn't exist. The only thing I found protaining to a shipping was for Christopher Haynes: in his will dated 1843 made reference to his " old Tabacco" house which suggest the nessessity of two barns for storage of tobacco grown on 5 hundred acres. He and another man shipped tobacco to New Orleans. There is another story in here about HAYNES but it has none of the names you mentioned here are some of the names that it has, This branch of Haynes came to Virgina from England in 1775, W.A. Haynes born Oct. 19, 1826 died 1906 was called Uncle Billy Haynes, he was the son of Henly & Elizabeth (Shipp) Haynes, they had 12 children but only 3 records were found: Turner R., Mary & W.A. Haynes. If any of these names fit let me know and I will see what else I can find for you.

Re: HAYNES 1785-1800's shipping business

Posted: 26 Oct 2003 10:44PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 21 Feb 2006 8:31PM GMT
My gggrandfather EP Haynes, son of Christopher Haynes did have a shipping business initially with H FGiven and later with Geo Williamson in Cairo, Il. The time period was the 1q850,s as the operation moved to Cairo in 1859-60. EP Haynes' son, John Abbott Haynes settled in Cairo where he died in 1904.

Re: HAYNES 1785-1800's shipping business

msn (View posts)
Posted: 28 Oct 2003 9:46PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: HAYNES
Thanks for responding to my query. Do you have any info on this Christopher HAYNES? My GG grandfather, COLLETT HAYNES, was born abt 1785 NC/KY ? and I have found a COLLETT HAYNES (COLLET HAINES) that was in St Charles Co MO during the War of 1812 and I have a copy of his Payroll and Muster Roll papers. Unfortunately it doesn't give any info on other family members. This is the earliest date I have for him or shall I say for any COLLETT HAYNES. What does the E P stand for in your GG grandfathers name? By the time frame of 1850's my GG grandfather was in Clay/ Clinton Co MO by late 1820"s and died in Clinton Co MO abt 1861. My brother had been to Cairo IL a few years ago and said that what he had found was a building with the name of WILLIAMSON HAYNES. He did not know if this was one person or two. He also said he talked to a lady there in Cairo IL that said that there was a boat down in one of the southern states that was used in this shipping business and she believed it was still there. Thanks for clearing this up as to the name WILLIAMSON and HAYNES. Do any of the names of ANDREW, MATILDA, SAMUEL, or WILLIAM HAYNES have any connection to your line that you know of in the MO area? Again, thanks for the info and your time!!

Re: HAYNES 1785-1800's shipping business

Posted: 14 Oct 2004 1:20AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Haynes
I am trying to find any info on James Mcquire Haynes, B. abt 1870 and married to a Mary Ellen Lanham. They had a daughter Teresa Rose Haynes, B.16 Jul 1892, P. Philpot, Ky.

Re: HAYNES 1785-1800's shipping business

Posted: 16 Sep 2011 7:40AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: HAYNES
Its been some time now that I have had contact with you, and I was wondering if you had any info on CHRISTOPHER HAYNES children other than E P HAYNES. I would be very appreciative of anything you may share, thanks!

Re: HAYNES 1785-1800's shipping business

Posted: 26 Oct 2011 8:24PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Haynes, Dunn
I just saw your message. I have two accts on ancestry and one so I just saw this. E.P. stands for Emilius Paulus Haynes. I have seen newspaper accounts that refer to him as Mill as a derivative. After Cairo he returned to Smithland, Ky and ended up residing with David A and Addie Haynes Dunn in his last several years. I have a hand written list in the hand of Christopher Haynes that lists all of the children and birth dates.

Re: HAYNES 1785-1800's shipping business

Posted: 27 Oct 2011 2:18AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: HAYNES
Thanks for your response. Do you know if Addie HAYNES DUNN was a dau of E P's or sister ??? Also do you mind sharing the names of the children of Christophers'?? Thanks for any info you may share.

Re: HAYNES 1785-1800's shipping business

Posted: 28 Mar 2014 4:02PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 13 May 2014 7:13PM GMT
Surnames: HAYNES, dUNN
Addie Haynes Dunn is my great grandmother and she is the daughter of E P Haynes and his wife Elizabeth (Lizzie) R Lake. They are all buried in the Smithland Cemetery.

Children of Christopher Haynes & Sarah Hodge are :
Harriet, b 22 Sep 1797 Charleston SC- Died Sept 20 1880
Nancy, b 8 Jan 1800 TN
Thomas, b 13 Nov 1801 TN
William, b 10 Jan 1804
Robert, b 4 oct 1805- died 9 Jan 1881
Marmaduke b. 22 Nov 1807
Evalina b. 7 Nov 1809
Lucinda b. 12 Feb 1812
Adelina b. 30 April1814 died 9 Jan 1869
Kelroy b. 5 June 1816 died 15 Sept 1823
Emilius b. 3 Aug 1818- died 17 June 1904
Christopher b. 14 Apr 1820 died 10 Jan1821
Sarah b. 27 Feb 1823 Died April 1891
This information is from a handwritten list by Christopher in the bible of Lizzie R Lake Haynes in my possession. John Dunn


Re: HAYNES 1785-1800's shipping business

Posted: 1 Apr 2014 12:04AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Haynes
Bonnie, I just read your response on Christopher Haynes, my wife's 4th ggrandfather. If you have a copy of the will mention in your note, I would appreciate it.
Thanks so much for you research!
Skipper Bennett
kebennett@comcast.net
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