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View Tree for Richard HainesRichard Haines (b. Abt. 1640, d. Abt. 1682)

Richard Haines (son of John Haines and Elizabeth Stanford) was born Abt. 1640 in Aynho, Northamptonshire, England, and died Abt. 1682 in aboard ship, "Amity", Atlantic Ocean. He married Margaret S. Leeds on 1658 in Aynho, Northampton, England.

 Includes NotesNotes for Richard Haines:
1682 Journey to America


This is the story of Richard Haines I and his family sailing to America aboard the Amity in 1682. The story was recorded in Joseph Haines Bible which was passed down in the Haines family for five generations to Dr. A. H. Stubbs in New Jersey.

Thus, from out of the yellowed pages, comes a story of heartaches, pathos and sadness - a tale that vividly depicts the harrowing circumstances that confronted the pioneers who braved wildernesses, oceans and savages in order to establish a home in the new world.

When Richard Haines sailed from England with his family in 1682 his hopes were bright and he looked forward with eagerness to the day when he would first behold the shores of America. That day never came, however, for he died during the voyage. His son, Joseph, born while his father was dying, lived to establish a long line of Haineses in the new world. Today his descendants are numerous in Lancaster county.

Like many other stories of colonial times, the adventure which ended so tragically for the elder Haines, was closely linked with romance. His oldest son, John, then a youth of about twenty years of age, was ardently in love with Ester Borton, whose father, John Borton, was among earlier emigrants who came to America with their families in 1679.

The Haineses and Bortons lived in the little village of Aynhoe-On-The-Hill, County of Northampton, England, and neither John or Ester dreamed that their romance was shortly to be tragically interrupted. Esterís father, however, was determined to seek his fortune in the new world and Richard Haines signed his certificate of removal despite his sonís pleading.

The parting between the lovers was pathetic and before the final words of farewell were spoken, John promised to follow her to the new world as soon as circumstances permitted.

John Borton settled in America three years after West Jersey was assigned to William Penn and others for the benefit of the creditors of Edward Byllings, who, with John Fenwick, had purchased the interests of Lord Berkeley. Sir George Cartoret retained the eastern part of the province which was known as East Jersey while that held by Penn was known as West Jersey.

Life from then on was an endless dream to Ester Borton who went about her daily tasks with a sorrowful heart-wishing and hoping for the day when her lover would sail the seas and they could be together again. A year went past before John left England. During those long, tortuous months, many exciting incidents happened in the little colony.

The Quaker proprietors gave the settlers a remarkable liberal constitution of government and soon many emigrants from England and from other provinces, notably Long Island flocked to West Jersey to find repose and peace. Many, like Borton, came with the purpose of building a new home and acquiring ultimate financial gain in the new world but they encountered difficulties by reason of the detested methods employed by the viceroy Andros.

They found that the peace and repose they had anticipated was not to be enjoyed by lovers of freedom "anywhere under royal rule." They also were impressed with the injunction "Put not your trust in princes" for King James of England failed to keep the promises made by the Duke of York and they were compelled to submit to the tyranny of Andros.

These were the conditions which confronted John Haines when, in 1680 he finally reached America and joined his sweetheart, Ester Borton. Life in the new world was full of promise, however, despite the many happenings that marred the otherwise happy existence of the early settlers.

Within a short time the elder Haines received letters containing glowing accounts of his sonís new home and the wonderful future the country held for those who were willing to labor in search of it. Finally, in 1682, his father, inspired by the information contained in the letters, determined to cast lots with his son and sailed from Gravesend with his wife and four children on the ship "Amity."

Prior to his leaving England, Richard Haines had obtained two grants of land in West Jersey, presumably in the same county, Burlington, wherein his son resided.

The "Amity" was a slow-moving sailing vessel of the type then prevalent. Her captain was Richard Diamond, a veteran, whose father had been a captain before him. In her hold, the "Amity" carried various commodities which were assured of a ready sale in America-dried beef, silks and satins, rum and tea.

No premonition of impending tragedy presented itself as the ship, her sails billowing to the breeze, slowly moved away from the dock, while friends of those on board shouted their last farewells and wished the travelers "bon Voyage."

Sailing ships in those days, were at the mercy of the elements and shortly after leaving England a storm of great intensity swept from the west and engulfed the ship. As the night wore on the waves mounted to gigantic proportions and soon the ship was completely off her course.

After weeks, during which the "Amity" valiantly fought her way across the ocean, provisions ran low. The women and children were given preference in the matter of the little remaining food while the water, much of which had become fetid and germ ladened, was rigidly apportioned so that it would last until land was reached.

Then, when all danger seemed to have been averted and hopes had again taken the place of despair in the minds of the voyagers, Richard Haines was suddenly stricken. His wife, Margaret, was unable to assist him and he lay for days in a stupor.

His children, crowding about him, prayed that he might get well but Fate decreed otherwise and he died while the ship was still many miles from the coast.

Saddened by his death, certain of the passengers, staid by the bedside of his wife, while the ship lurched in the troughs of waves seemed intent upon adding to the misery and suffering the circumstances had produced. A few hours later her child was born.

A few days before the ship made port the baby was christened Joseph in the presence of the passengers and members of the crew. Even during those trying days, when only a little food remained, the Christian spirit of those hardy pioneers was manifested by the intensity of their prayers and the deeply religious spirit portrayed during the christening.

The ship finally reached the shores of America and Mrs. Haines, with her four children and new-born babe, hastened to the home of her son, John, where she lived for some years. Here her son Joseph grew to manhood. Here in an environment where sturdiness and courage were demanded at every turn, he received the rudiments of learning which were all the place afforded. His mother taught him in her spare moments, but these were few and far between.

Conditions in the little Jersey colony were not of the best. Winters were long and caused much suffering. A few years before Mrs. Haines reached America Sir George Cartoret died and the trustees of his estate offered East Jersey for sale. It was bought in 1682, the year Joseph was born, by William Penn and others, among them the Earl of Perth, the friend of Robert Barclay, whom the proprietors appointed governor of the domain for life.

Barclay was an eminent young man whose writings have been held in high estimation by his sect, especially his "Apology for the true Christian Divinity." The purchase was made not in the interest of religion or liberty, but as a land speculation which was not in accord with the wishes of many of the settlers.

The "viceroy" Andros, especially made himself hated by the Jersey pioneers and when that detested individual was driven from the country in 1689 the domain was left without a regular civil government for many years.

Wearied with the contentions with the people of the provinces and with the government in England and annoyed by losses in unprofitable speculations, the proprietors of the Jerseys finally surrendered them to the crown in 1702 when Queen Anne was the reigning British monarch.

The government of the domain was then confided to Sir Edward Hyde, whose instructions constituted the supreme law of the land. He was then governor of New York and possessed almost absolute legislative and executive control within the jurisdiction of his authority.

In New Jersey the people had no voice in the judiciary or in the making and executing of laws other than recommendatory. Liberty of conscience was granted to all but those of the Catholic faith, but the bigoted governor always showed conspicuous favors to the members of Church of England. Under his rule the people of New Jersey were slaves. Printing was prohibited in the province except by royal permission and the traffic of Negro slaves was especially encouraged.

The province of New Jersey remained a dependency of New York, with a distinct legislative assembly of its own until the year 1738 when through the efforts of Lewis Morris, its chief justice, it was made an independent colony and so continued until the Revolutionary war.

It was amid such conditions that the youthful Joseph Haines passed the early years of his life, conditions that brought out his innate spirit of adventure. Eventually he became restless and wishing to strike out for himself, he left his home in New Jersey and journeyed westward through the primeval wilderness of colonial Pennsylvania and settled in Nottingham township, Chester County.

For many years the man who had entered the world under such harrowing circumstances served as a justice-of-the-peace in the little settlement wherein he had taken up his abode. His son, Job, who was born August 26, 1744 married Ester Kirk.

Timothy Haines, Jobís son married Sarah Brown on March 12, 1795 and moved to Fulton township, Lancaster County. He died January 2, 1842 and his son, Timothy Jr. Married Rachel E. Kirk, whose daughter, Sarah B. was the wife of Charles H. Stubbs, father of the late Dr. A.H. Stubbs of Penn Hill.

A PARTIAL GENEALOGY OF
THE HAINES FAMILY of East Greenwich, NJ
(Descendants of one branch currently own Haines Pork Shop in Mickleton NJ)

(John) RICHARD & MARGARET HAINES
Richard Haines, of Aynhoe, Northamptonsire, England, husbandman, with his wife Margaret and their children, Richard, William, Thomas and Mary, sailed from Downs, England in 1682, in the ship "Amity," for America, but Richard never reached the shores of this country, haven sickened and died on the voyage. A fifth son, Joseph, was born on board the ship. John, the eldest son, had come over about 1680, and made himself a house below Lumberton, on the south branch of Rancocas creek, in New jersey. The family settled in Burlington, New Jersey, and in 1685 the widow Margaret married a second husband, Henry Bircham, of Nesmamony, Pennsylvania. Thus it is that because of the death of Richard Haines in mid-ocean we have no account of him in this country. He was a member of the society of Friends. By his wife Margaret he had six children, none of whom were born in America.
1. +John, married 1684 Esther Burton; one of his descendants, William Haines was a surveyor mentioned in the Alms House History.
2. Richard, born in England; settled in Evesham township, Burlington Co. NJ; died in 1746 at an advanced age; married 1699 Mary Carlisle/Carlysle/Carlile. She died in 1746; both are buried in the family burying ground on the old Richard Haines farm, Fostertown, Burlington Co. NJ. Mary Carliell (old English spelling of the name) was of the Hamlet of Spittlesfield, Parish of Stepney, Middlesex County, England, probably in 1699. It is probable that they were married in England as their marriage is not recorded in this county. [The document, "Burlington: A Provincial Capital," by George DeCou states:] "There is no foundation to the tradition that Mary Carlile, wife of Richard, was a full-blooded Delaware Indian. John Carlile, son of John of Spittelsfield, married Mary May 27, 1704, and Richard and Mary Haines signed the wedding certificate with the Carlile and Glading families. The family names appear in the following order: John Carliell, Mary Carliell, Mary West (John's first wife was a West), Abraham Carliell, William Glading, Richard Haines, Mary Haines, and Hannah Carlile. The Haines and Carlile families were not related, therefore their names would not have appeared with the family had Mary been an Indian. It is also significant that Richard and Mary named their first two sons Carlile and Abraham and that these two Carlile families frequently appear in later generations of the Haines family. It is perhaps still more significant that Richard named his wife Mary and daughter Elizabeth Newberry as Executrixes of his estate in his will, dated December 17, 1744. If we accept the family tradition it would mean that a full blooded Indian and a half-breed had charge of administering his estate. This is hardly conceivable as the Indians of that period had little, if any, education."
3. +William [see below]
4. Thomas, born 1674; married 1692 Elizabeth Austin
5. Mary, born 1676
6. Joseph, born 1682; married 1) 1704, Dorothy --; married 2) 1722 Elizabeth Thomas

***FIRST GENERATION [IN AMERICA]***

William HAINES-1 [son of Richard & Margaret HAINES]
Birth: 24 Apr 1672 in Aynhoe, Northamptonshire, England
Death: 29 Apr 1754 in Northampton Twp, Burlington Co, NJ
Christening: 24 Apr 1672 St Michael's, Aynhoe, Northampton, England
Occupation: farmer Northampton Twp, Burlington Co, NJ
Will: was dated 24 May 1752, proved 29 Apr 1754 Burlington Co. NJ -yeoman
Land Transactions: "Richard Haines and his Descendants by John W. Haines pg 61" -farmer - located 100 acres of land 'near Nancutting's Old Plantation' in 1689; 100 acres from Samuel Jennings, in 1693; 100 acres from Elias and John Burling, in 1698 100 acres from Christopher Wetherill in 1700; 100 acres from James Burcham, and in 1712 in Northampton settling there; 150 acres from Henry Peeps; also one of the purchasers of the "Friendship Tract" 2240 acres in Southern Part of New Jersey in 1711.
Marriage: he married 1st on 11 Jan 1694/1695 at Burlington Monthly Meeting, Burlington Co, NJ to Sarah PAINE, daughter of John Paine of Burlington NJ. She was born in 1678, in Burlington Co NJ; He married 2d, in 1732 in Burlington Co. NJ to Frances GOODWIN. She b. about 1674 in Burlington Co. NJ
Children of William & Sarah (Paine) HAINES
1. Jacob HAINES b: 24 Sep 1698 in Northampton Twp, Burlington Co, NJ; married Hannah Stokes.
2. Margaret/Margret HAINES b: 4 Jun 1700 in Northampton Twp, Burlington Co, NJ; married William Brown
3. +Nathan HAINES b: 19 Sep 1702/1703 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ
4. Samuel HAINES b: 24 Jan 1704/1705 in Northampton Twp, Burlington Co, NJ; married 1734 Lydia Stokes.
5. Nathaniel HAINES b: 22 Jan 1706/1707 in Northampton Twp, Burlington Co, NJ; married 23 march 1739 to Mary Hervey
6. Sarah HAINES b: 25 Feb 1709/1710 in Northampton Twp, Burlington Co, NJ
7. Jeremiah HAINES b: 25 Mar 1713 in Northampton Twp, Burlington Co, NJ; married 1736 to Hannah 1736 to Bounell/Bonnel.
8. Elizabeth HAINES b: 1 Aug 1716 in Northampton Twp, Burlington Co, NJ
9. Joseph HAINES b: 23 Apr 1717 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ

John-1 HAINES (Richard) was born 10 December 1664 in Aynhoe, Northamptonshire, England and died November 1728 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ. He married 1) 10 December 1684 in Burlington MM, Burlington Co, NJ at the home of Thomas Gardiner to Esther Borton, dau of John & Ann (Kinton) Borden. She b. 25 July 1667 in Aynhoe, Northamptonshire, England, and died 1719 in Rancocas, Burlington Co, NJ. John was a settler as early as 1683 in Lumberton, NJ. It is said he fi rst lived in a cave and that he sent for his father and brothers. John was a large land owner in Burlington County, New Jersey and in Che ster Co, PA. With brother Richard Jr., and five others they bought 2,2 40 acres in southern New Jersey and received the title from the Indian Chief Wesosig. He m2)1722 in Haddonfield MM, Burlington Co, NJ to Hannah Whithall Wood.
Calendar of New Jersey Wills, 1670-1760, Page: 199
Name: John Haines Date: 04 Nov 1728
Location: Evesham, Burlington Co.
husbandman; will of. Wife Hannah. Sons--Josiah, Jonathan, who has son John, Caleb, John and Isaac; daughters--Rebekah, wife of Joseph Matlock, Pheby, wife of John Burrows, Hester, wife of Thomas Evens, Mary, wife of Thomas Lippencott. Home farm, a sawmill and lot, a farm of 245 acres adjoining brother Richard Haines, land at the Hay Landing, do. at Goshan, Penna., bought of Isaac Norris and David Loyd. Personal estate. Executors--son Jonathan and son-in-law Thomas Lippincott. Witnesses--William Haines, Mary Whitehill, John Burr. Proved 21 Nov 1728.
14 Nov 1728 Inventory of the personal estate, £362.4, incl. a servant boy £12; made by John Burr and Carlile Haines.
15 Jan 1728-9 Account of the estate by the executors.
Children of John & Esther (Borton) Haines:
1. +John Haines b: 14 DEC 1685 in Lumberton, Evesham, Burlington Co, NJ
2. Elizabeth Haines b: 1687 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ; died 4 December 1687 in Rancocas, Burlington Co, NJ
3. +Jonathan Haines b: 2 May 1688 in Lumberton, Evesham, Burlington Co, NJ; m. 8 Aug 1711 in Newton MM, Burlington Co, NJ to Mary Matlack [ancestor of Micajah]
4. Isaac Haines b: 2 Feb 1690/91 in Lumberton, Evesham, Burlington Co, NJ; m. 2 Dec 1714 in Chester MM, Chester Co, PA to Catharine Davis.
5. Mary Haines b: 20 April 1693 in Evesboro, Burlington Co, NJ; m. 19 December 1711 in Newton MM, Burlington Co, NJ to Thomas LIPPINCOTT
6. Caleb Haines b: 8 April 1695 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ; m. 26 Nov 1719 in Burlington MM, Burlington Co, NJ to Sarah Burr
7. Esther Haines b: 15 March 1697/98 in Lumberton, Evesham, Burlington Co, NJ; m. 1 Dec1715 in Haddonfield MM, Burlington Co, NJ to Thomas EVANS
8. Hannah (Ann) Haines b: 13 APR 1699 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ
9. Joshua Haines b: 14 March 1701/2 in Lumberton, Evesham, Burlington Co, NJ; d. 3 July 1714 in Burlington Co, NJ
10. Josiah Haines b: 21 Jan 1703/4 in Lumberton, Evesham, Burlington Co, NJ; m. 25 Apr 1723 in Burlington MM, Burlington Co, NJ to Martha BURR; Calendar of New Jersey Wills, 1670-1760, Page: 200; Name: Josiah Haines; Date: 25 Dec 1728; Location: Evesham, Burlington Co.; husbandman; will of. Wife Martha sole heiress and executrix of real and personal estate. Children--Ruben, Mary, both under age. Brothers--Jonathan and Caleb Haines to inherit the estate, if children should die in their minority. Witnesses--Josiah Foster, John Burr, Samuel Haines. Proved 18 Feb 1728-9; 13 Feb 1728-9 Inventory of the personal estate, £223.2.2, incl. books and clock £8, a negro boy £30; made by John Burr and Benjamin Moor.
16 Jan 1729-30 Account of the estate, by the executrix, who has paid debts due to Rebecca Burr, Darling Conneree, John Estaugh, Mary Austin, Daniel Wills, Hannah Haines, Solomon Smith, Samuel Woolman, William Collum, Mary Haines, Thomas Evens, Thomas Eayre and John Stiles.
11. Rebecca Haines b: 10 Apr 1705 in Lumberton, Evesham, Burlington Co, NJ; m. 6 Nov 1722 in Haddonfield MM, Burlington Co, NJ to Joseph MATLACK
12. Abigail Haines b: 1 Oct 1708 in Lumberton, Evesham, Burlington Co, NJ; d. 11 Jan 1717/18 in Goshen, Chester Co, PA
13. Phebe Haines b: 6 Nov 1710 in Lumberton, Evesham, Burlington Co, NJ; m. 30 Dec 1726 in Haddonfield MM, Burlington Co, NJ to John BURROUGH

***SECOND GENERATION***

Nathan-2 HAINES (William-1, Richard)
Birth: 19 Sep 1702 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ
Death: 6 Aug 1751 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ
Will: dated 24 Jun 1751 - proved 4 Sept 1751 Burlington Co.
Biography: Member Haddonfield Monthly Meeting, NJ, and Chesterfield Monthly Meeting, NJ; farmer of Evesham Township, Burlington Co. NJ
Married: 1 Mar 1724/25 in Haddonfield Monthly Meeting, Burlington Co NJ to Sarah AUSTIN
Children of Nathan-2 & Sarah (Austin) HAINES:
1. +William HAINES b: 5 Mar 1725/1726 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ
2. +Amos HAINES b: Abt 1728 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ
3. John HAINES b: Abt 1729 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ
4. Nathan HAINES b: 12 Mar 1730/1731 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ
5. Sarah HAINES b: Abt 1736 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ
6. Mary HAINES b: 1737 in Burlington Co, NJ

John-2 HAINES (John-1, Richard)
Birth: 14 DEC 1685 in Evesham, Burlington County, New Jersey
Death: 1754 in Gloucester County, New Jersey
Married 1) 13 Nov 1709 in Chesterfield Monthly Meeting, Burlington Co NJ to Elizabeth SATTERWAITE. She b 21 June 1687 in Chesterfield, Burlington Co NJ
Married 2) 8 April 1728 in Haddonfield, Gloucester Co NJ to Jane SMITH [surname somtimes shown as SIDDON, dau of Ezekiel?]. She was born about 1708 in Burlington Co. NJ
Children of John & Elizabeth (Satterwaite) HAINES:
1. Elizabeth HAINES b: 1710; m. William BEAUMONT
2. David HAINES b: 13 MAR 1719 in Goshen, Chester County, Pennsylvania; m. Mary Bostock
Children of John & Jane (Smith) HAINES:
3. +William HAINES, b 1729 in Greenwich Twp, Gloucester Co. NJ

Jonathan-2 Haines (John-1, Richard)
Birth: 2 May 1688 in Lumberton, Evesham, Burlington Co, NJ; died 1729 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ; m. 8 Aug 1711 in Newton MM, Burlington Co, NJ to Mary Matlack, dau of William & Mary (Hancock) Matlock. She b. 2 July 1688 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ, and died aft 1758 in Burlington Co, NJ [ancestor of Micajah]
Calendar of New Jersey Wills, 1670-1760, Page: 200
Name: Jonathan Haines Date: 06 Feb 1728-9
Location: Eversham, Burlington Co.
will of. Wife Mary executrix. Children--John, Nehemiah, Job, Hester, Jonathan. Home farm, saw mill and lot, land on the creek, inherited from father John Haines. Personal estate. Witnesses--Caleb Haines, John Sharpe, John Craig. Proved 25 Mar 1729. Lib. 3, p. 11
22 Mar 1728-9 Inventory of the personal estate, £295.14.6. incl. a clock £15; made by John Burr and Carlile Haines.
Children of Jonathan & Mary (Matlack) Haines:
1. Nehemiah Haines b. 1712 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ; m. 29 JAN 1733/34 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co, PA to Ann Ashford Brown
2. +Jonathan Haines b. 1714 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ
3. John Haines b. abt 1716 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ; m. 1734 in Haddonfield MM, Burlington Co, NJ to Ann Ashead.
4. Esther Haines b. abt 1718 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ; m1) 9 Aug 1742 in Evesham MM, Burlington Co, NJ to John DAVIES: m2) 15 Apr 1762 in Goshen MM, Chester Co, PA to Isaac WILLIAMS; children by 1st husband.
5. Job Haines b. abt 1727 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ; m. 1749 in Evesham MM, Burlington Co, NJ to Esther Sharp.

***THIRD GENERATION***

William-3 HAINES (Nathan-2, William-1, Richard)
Birth: 5 Mar 1725/1726 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ
Death: 29 May 1759 in Pilesgrove Twp, Salem Co, NJ
Married: Abt Apr 1748 in Salem Monthly Meeting, Salem Co, NJ to Elizabeth BALLINGER. She was born 1726 in Evesham, Burlington, New Jersey
Biography: farmer Pilesgrove Twp, Salem Co, NJ
Children of William & Elizabeth (Ballinger) HAINES
1. Mary HAINES b: 1 mo. 24, 1754 in Pilesgrove Township, Salem County, New Jersey; married Joseph LEWIS
2. William HAINES b: 10 mo. 20, 1759 in Pilesgrove Township, Gloucester County, New Jersey; married Susannah SILVER
3. Susannah HAINES b: 10 mo. 4, 1756 in Pilesgrove Township, Salem County, New Jersey
4. Jacob HAINES b: 5 mo. 1, 1758 in Pilesgrove Township, Salem County, New Jersey. Died 8 mo. 26, 1823 in Clarksboro, Greenwich Township, Gloucester County, New Jersey; married 11 mo. 12, 1789 in Greenwich Township, Gloucester County, New Jersey to Elizabeth PAUL.
5. Ann HAINES b: 6 mo. 3, 1755 in Pilesgrove Township, Salem County, New Jersey. She married 1) Amos KIRBY; m2) Enoch ALLEN
6. Sarah HAINES b: 17 OCT 1752 in Whig Lane, near Woodstown, Gloucester County, New Jersey; died 28 FEB 1830 in Woolwich Township, Gloucester County, New Jersey; married 2 mo. 28, 1771 in Pilesgrove Meeting House, Pilesgrove, Gloucester County, New Jersey to Aaron LIPPINCOTT.

Amos-3 HAINES (Nathan-2, William-1, Richard)
Birth: Abt 1728 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ
Death: 1805 in Waterford Twp, Gloucester Co, NJ
Biography: mentioned in father's will in 1751 Burlington Co. NJ
Married: 6 Dec 1754 in Chester Monthly Meeting in Burlington Co. NJ to Mary CONROW/CONARROE. She born about 1741 in Chester, Burlington Co. NJ
Children of Amos & Mary (Conrow) Haines:
1. Joseph HAINES b: Abt 1756 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ; m. Priscilla MIDDLETON
2. Amos HAINES b: Abt 1758 in Waterford Twp, Gloucester Co, NJ; m. Ann BORTON
3. John HAINES b: Abt 1758 in Waterford Twp, Gloucester Co, NJ; m. Elizabeth HOLLINGSHEAD
4. Darling HAINES b: 20 Feb 1764 in Waterford Twp, Gloucester Co, NJ; m. Mary LIPPINCOTT
5. +Jeremiah HAINES b: 27 Mar 1766 in Waterford Twp, Gloucester Co, NJ
6. Deliverance HAINES b: 17 Oct 1768 in Waterford Twp, Gloucester Co, NJ; m. Abraham HAINES, son of Benjamin & Elizabeth (Roberts) Haines.
7. Mary HAINES b: Abt 1770 in Waterford Twp, Gloucester Co, NJ; m. Joseph DAVIS
8. Sarah HAINES b: 17 Feb 1772 in Waterford Twp, Gloucester Co, NJ; m. Isaac PINE
9. William HAINES b: Abt 1775 in Waterford Twp, Gloucester Co, NJ; m. Mary MATLACK
10. ?Hannah HAINES [this child not shown in all genealogies]
11. ?Elizabeth HAINES [this child not shown in all genealogies]

William-3 HAINES (John-2, John-1, Richard)
Birth: 1729 in Greenwich Twp., Gloucester County, New Jersey
Death: 1758 in Greenwich Twp., Gloucester County, New Jersey
Married 27 March 1749 in Salem Monthly Meeting, Salem Co. NJ to Sarah LIPPINCOTT. She born 1729 in Evesham, Burlington County, New Jersey
Children of William & Sarah (Lippincott) HAINES:
1. Elizabeth Haines b: Abt 1749 in Salem, Salem County,NJ; died 6 Jan 1834 in Philadelphia, PA; m. 1) 29 Aug 1770 so Samuel NICHOLSON; she m2) 5 April 1787 in Philadelphia, PA to Abel NICHOLSON; had issue.
2. Mary Haines b: Abt 1751
3. +John HAINES b: 22 SEP 1753 in Salem County, New Jersey
NOTE: Sarah (Lippincot Haines) married 2d) 13 Feb 1760 in Gloucester Co NJ to Azariah Shinn.
Children of Azariah & Sarah (Lippincott) HAINES Shinn:
1. Sarah SHINN, b. 1761 in Greenwich Twp., Gloucester County, New Jersey; married 30 SEP 1782 in Haddonfield Monthly Meeting, Camden County, New Jersey to David WARE.
2. Martha SHINN, b. ABT 1763 in Greenwich Twp., Gloucester County, New Jersey; married Isaac CRIM.
3. Beulah SHINN, b. ABT 1765 in Greenwich Twp., Gloucester County, New Jersey; d. 17 DEC 1804 in Darby, Chester County, Pennsylvania; married Gibson JONES.

Jonathan-3 Haines ( Jonathan-2, John-1, Richard) b. 1714 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ; died 16 April 1785 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ; m. March 1739/40 in Haddonfield MM, Burlington Co, NJ to Hannah Sharp, dau of William & Mary (Austin) Sharp. She b. 27 March 1720/21 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ and died 23 Aug 1784 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ.
Children of Jonathan & Hannah (Sharp) Haines:
1. Isaac Haines b: 14 NOV 1742 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ
2. Jacob Haines b: 24 OCT 1745 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ
3. +Josiah Haines b: 13 OCT 1748 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ
4. Mary Haines b: 27 SEP 1752 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ
5. Nehemiah Haines b: 23 MAR 1755 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ
6. Hannah Haines b: 11 APR 1762 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ

***FOURTH GENERATION***

Jeremiah-4 HAINES (Amos-3, Nathan-2, William-1, Richard)
Birth: 27 Mar 1766 in Waterford Twp, Gloucester Co, NJ
Death: 1825 in Gloucester, Gloucester Co, NJ
Married: in 1788 in Northampton, Burlington Co. NJ to Ann TOMLINSON. She was born 28 Feb 1768 in Waterford Twp, Gloucester Co, NJ, daughter of Isaac & Elizabeth (Shivers) Tomlinson
Children of Jeremiah & Ann (Tomlinson) HAINES:
1. +Isaac Tomlinson HAINES b: 30 Oct 1788 in Waterford Twp, Gloucester Co, NJ
2. Mary HAINES b: 27 Feb 1790 in Waterford Twp, Gloucester Co, NJ; m. 7 Oct 1824 to John PINE; had children
3. Elizabeth HAINES b: Abt 1792 in Waterford Twp, Gloucester Co, NJ; d. abt 1853
4. Keziah HAINES b: Abt 1794 in Waterford Twp, Gloucester Co, NJ; d. betw. 1810-1857
5. Sarah HAINES b: Abt 1796 in Waterford Twp, Gloucester Co, NJ; d. aft 1853
6. Aaron HAINES b: 28 Nov 1798 in Waterford Twp, Gloucester Co, NJ; m. Mary Ann WATSON; had issue
7. Martha Davis HAINES b: 17 Oct 1801 in Waterford Twp, Gloucester Co, NJ; m. 11 Jan 1827 in Haddonfield NJ to Isaac Pine ALBERTSON; had children b. in Haddonfield NJ; Quakers
8. Ann HAINES b: 1804 in Waterford Twp, Gloucester Co, NJ; d. aft 1853
9. Priscilla S. HAINES b: 1806 in Waterford Twp, Gloucester Co, NJ; in 1870 U.S. Federal Census living in Mantua with Samuel Goldy-6 HAINES; died 12 Aug 1895.
10. Amos HAINES b: 1811 in Waterford Twp, Gloucester Co, NJ; died 1891; m. 22 Apr 1846 in Warren Co., OH to Rebecca ALLEN; had issue in OH. In 1880 living in Preble, Dixon Co. OH. A step-daughter Josephine ALLEN residing with him, so possibly wife Rebecca was married twice.

John-4 HAINES (William-3, John-2, John-1, Richard)
Birth: 22 SEP 1753 in Salem County, New Jersey
Death: 6 MAY 1805 in Greenwich Twp., Gloucester County, New Jersey
Married 31 Dec 1775 at "Upper Greenwich" Monthly Meeting in Greenwich Twp, Gloucester Co NJ to Hepsekiah [Hipparchia] HINCHMAN, dau of James H. & Sarah (Bickham) Hinchman. She b. 19 Dec 1756 in Salem Co. NJ and d. 30 OCT 1830 in Gloucester County, New Jersey.
Children of John & Hepsekiah (Hinchman) HAINES:
1. Mary HAINES b. 23 DEC 1776 in Greenwich Township, Gloucester County, New Jersey; m. Thomas THORN
2. Sarah HAINES b. 8 SEP 1778 in Greenwich Township, Gloucester County, New Jersey; m. Thomas REEVES
3+ William HAINES b 7 Dec 1779
4. Anna HAINES b. 25 JUN 1781 in Greenwich Township, Gloucester County, New Jersey; d. 6 OCT 1781
5. Samuel HAINES b. 17 OCT 1782 in Greenwich Township, Gloucester County, New Jersey; d. 20 JUL 1806
6. Joseph HAINES, b. 22 May 1784 in Greenwich Twp. Gloucester Co NJ; d. 10 OCT 1813
7. John L. HAINES b. 8 MAR 1786 in Greenwich Township, Gloucester County, New Jersey; m. Eleanor Bacon
8. Heppe HAINES b. 14 JAN 1788 in Greenwich Township, Gloucester County, New Jersey; d. 28 NOV 1872
9. +James H. HAINES b. 31 JUL 1790 in Greenwich Township, Gloucester County, New Jersey; m. Elizabeth CLARK.
10. Isaac HAINES, b. 23 Jan 1792 in Greenwich Twp, Gloucester Co NJ; m. Hannah PINE
11. Charles HAINES b. 4 AUG 1793 in Greenwich Township, Gloucester County, New Jersey; d. 23 JUL 1806
12. Joshua HAINES b. 7 JUL 1796 in Greenwich Township, Gloucester County, New Jersey, d. 1 AUG 1801

Josiah-4 Haines (Jonathan-3, Jonathan-2, John-1, Richard) b: 13 OCT 1748 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co; d. 17 Aug 1811 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ; m. 1776 in Burlington Co, NJ to Rebecca Austin.
Children of Josiah & Rebecca (Austin) Haines:
1. Francis Haines b: MAR 1777 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ
2. Francis Haines b: 15 OCT 1778 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ
3. Stacy Haines b: 9 DEC 1780 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ
4. Ellis Haines b: 3 JAN 1783 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ
5. Jonathan Haines b: 18 APR 1785 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ
6. Thomas Haines b: 9 OCT 1787 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ
7. +John Haines b: 28 DEC 1789 in Burlington Co, NJ
8. Josiah Haines b: ABT 1791 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ
9. Rebecca Haines b: 1 SEP 1792 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ
10. Job Haines b: 1802 in Evesham Twp, Burlington Co, NJ

****FIFTH GENERATION****

Isaac Tomlinson-5 HAINES (Jeremiah-4, Amos-3, Nathan-2, William-1, Richard)
Birth: 30 Oct 1788 in Waterford Twp, Gloucester Co, NJ
Death: Sep 1857
Married: Rebecca Keturah GOLDY. She born 20 Sep 1792 in Mt. Holly, Burlington Co., New Jersey. In 1860 Rebecca was living in Mantua NJ with daughters Ann and Hannah.
In 1850 residing in Greenwich, Gloucester Co., NJ;
Children of Isaac Tomlinson & Rebecca Keturah (Goldy) HAINES:
1. Ann HAINES, b abt 1810-1812; in 1860 living with mother in Mantua, poss. unmarried
2. Amos HAINES, b abt 1815
3. Hannah Ann HAINES, b abt 1817-20; in 1850 residing with parents; in 1860 living in Mantua with her mother; prob. unm.
4. +Samuel Goldy HAINES b: 1827 in Greenwich Twp., Gloucester, New Jersey
5. Jeremiah Haines, b abt 1829
6. Keziah HAINES, m. Benjamin T. Haines
7. +William Goldy HAINES b: abt 1835

James H.-5 HAINES (John-4, William-3, John-2, John-1, Richard) b. 31 JUL 1790 in Greenwich Township, Gloucester County, New Jersey, d. 29 Jul 1831; m. Elizabeth Eleanor CLARK. She was b. ABT 1794 in Greenwich, Gloucester Co, NJ.
Children of James H. & Elizabeth E. (Clark) HAINES:
(May be more children)
1. Rachel Clark, b. abt 1820; m. abt 1839 to Jonathan P. ROBERTS. He b. b: 10 Sep 1818 in Camden, Camden Co., NJ.

William-5 HAINES (John-4, William-3, John-2, John-1, Richard)
Birth: 7 DEC 1779
Married: Ann White
Children of William & Ann (White) Haines:[all resided Gloucester co NJ]
1. Joshua
2. Ann
3.+ William Haines b 8 March 1810 in Gloucester Co NJ
4. Sarah
5. Samuel

John Haines-5 (Josiah-4, Jonathan-3, Jonathan-2, John-1, Richard) b: 28 DEC 1789 in Burlington Co, NJ; m. 19 SEP 1812 in Mt Holly, Burlington Co, NJ to Ann LIPPINCOTT, dau of Micajah & Sarah (Roberts) Lippincott.
Children of John & Ann (Lippincott) HAINES:
1. +Micajah Haines b: ABT 1818 in Burlington Co, NJ
2. Sarah Haines b: in Burlington Co, NJ
3. John Haines b: in Burlington Co, NJ
4. Rebecca Haines b: in Burlington Co, NJ
5. Emeline Haines b: in Burlington Co, NJ

****SIXTH GENERATION****

Samuel Goldy-6 HAINES (Isaac Tomlinson-5, Jeremiah-4, Amos-3, Nathan-2, William-1, Richard)
Birth: 1827 in Greenwich Twp., Gloucester, New Jersey
Death: 1881 in Greenwich Twp., Gloucester, New Jersey
Married to Rachel N. IREDELL. She was born 27 Dec 1831 in Gloucester County, New Jersey
Biography: Rachel (Iredell) HAINES settled in Mickleton NJ circa 1865 and had the home built at 516 Kings Highway; started the Haines Pork Shop; she was living in the household of her grandson, Thomas Edgar-8 HAINES in the 1910 US Census.
Children of Samuel Goldy & Rachel N. (Iredell) HAINES:
1. Bertha Priscilla Haines b: 6 Feb 1871 near Clarksboro, New Jersey; married Charles Howard Davis
2. Beulah Haines b: Abt. 1859; living with nephew, Thomas Edgar-8 HAINES, in 1910, not married.
3. S. Walter Haines b: Abt. 1866
4. Elizabeth Haines b: Abt. 1874
5. Deborah Haines b: Abt. 1877
6. Mary Haines Abt. 1878
7. +Jeremiah Haines b: 9 Dec 1855 in Greenwich, Gloucester, New Jersey
8. +Chalkey Haines b: Abt 1864

U.S. Census > 1870 U.S. Federal Census > New Jersey > Gloucester > Mantua
Haines, Samuel, 63 M W Farmer, 7000/1000 born NJ [age should read 43]
Haines, Rachel, 39 F W Keeping House NJ
Haines, Jeremiah, 14 M W NJ
Haines, Mary, 13 F W NJ
Haines, Elisabeth, 9 F W NJ
Haines, Beulah, 7 F W NJ
Haines, Chalkey, 5 M W NJ
Iredel, Samuel, 30 M W NJ
Haines, Priscilla, 62 F W NJ
Woodward, Shelton 19 M W Working on farm NJ

1880 U.S. Federal Census > New Jersey > Gloucester > All Townships // MANTUA > District 98
HAINES, Samuel G, W M 53 Farmer Cancer NJ NJ NJ
--, Rachel A., W F 47 wife, NJ NJ NJ
--, Mary, W F 22, daughter NJ
--, Elizabeth, W F 19, daughter NJ
--, Chalkey W M 15 son NJ
--, Bertha W F 9 daughter NJ
--, Walter W M 6 son NJ

William Goldy-6 HAINES (Isaac Tomlinson-5, Jeremiah-4, Amos-3, Nathan-2, William-1, Richard)
Born: 1835
Married: Rebecca --. She was born about 1842.
Children of William & Rebecca HAINES:
1. Sarah L/F., b. abt 1860
2. Isaac, b. about 1862
3. Anna B., b. about 1866
4. Charles F., b. about 1873
5. Hannah A., b. about 1878

U.S. Census > 1870 U.S. Federal Census > New Jersey > Gloucester > Mantua
Haines, William, Farmer 1000/600 NJ
--, Rebecca, 31 F W Housekeeping NJ
--, Sarah L, 10 F W, NJ
-- Isaac F., 8 M W NJ
--, Anna, 4 F W NJ
Valentine, William, 18 M W, working on farm, born PA
McGee, Samuel 35, M W working on farm, born Ireland

1880 U.S. Federal Census > New Jersey > Gloucester > All Townships // MANTUA > District 98
Haines, William, W M 47 farmer NJ
-- Rebecca, W F 40 wife keeping house NJ
-- Sarah F., W F 21 daughter NJ
-- Isaac F W M 19 son farmer NJ
-- Anna B, W F 13 daughter NJ
-- Charles F W M 7 son NJ
-- Hannah A W F 2 daughter NJ
portrait of William Haines 1810-1876

William-6 HAINES (William-5, John-4, William-3, John-2, John-1, Richard)
Birth: 8 MAR 1810 in Gloucester County, New Jersey
Death: 23 APR 1876 in Gloucester County, New Jersey
Occupation: Farmer and Surveyor
Census: 1850 Greenwich Twp., Gloucester County, New Jersey
Married: 6 Paril 1834 in Pilesgrove Monthly Meeting, Salem Co NJ to Rachel LIPPINCOTT b: 2 MAR 1810 in Pilesgrove Twp., Salem County, New Jersey
Biography: Proceedings, constitution, by-laws, list of members, &c., of the Surveyors' Association of West New Jersey : with historical and biographical sketches relating to New Jersey.Camden, N.J.: Published by order of the Society, 1880, 468 pgs. page 155 - WILLIAM HAINES, DECEASED
Was born in an "old log house" (still standing) situate in the township hereinafter named, on the 8th day of 3rd month (March,) A.D. 1810. He died at his residence "Cedar Lawn Farm," where he had lived for more than forty-one years (which he purchased after his marriage); on the 23d day of 4th month, (April,) A.D. 1876, near Upper Greenwich, in the township of Mantua, county of Gloucester, State of New Jersey, where the mound over his honored remains of all that is mortal marks the sacred spot we will long in memory cherish. For about forth years he went out and came in, mingling at times with the most difficult of public affairs, which were submitted to him for proper and legal adjustment, he ever endeavoring to quiet difference, and subdue evil; and for a like period was known as one of the truest and most reliable of practical surveyors of West New Jersey, of which organization he was one of our first members, and so remained ever true, and willing at all times to give counsel, (to your humble servanct, or any who might appeal to his mater mind for instruction,)...With much pleasure, and to call to mind the past, we can very profitably refer to his consise "Chain of Title," of Gloucester county alms house farm near Clarksboro, as printed in the pamphlet of the "Proceeds of the Surveyors' Association of West Jersey;" and the weekly correspondence a few years since, for month after month with the "Constitution," of the laying out of nearly all of the public roads in the township of Mantua, aforesaid, giving their date and general events, as well setting forth the names and owners along each highway....He for many years was closely and very sympathetically attached to the doctrines and Society of Friends...[by JOHN H. SHUTE, Barnsboro, N.J., January 28d, A.D. 1880]. The "History of Gloucester County," states: he spent his youth in his father's home in Greenwich [now East Greenwich] Township...At an early day he was a teacher at Swedesboro, Battintown, Eldridge Hill, and Upper Greenwich. At the age of nineteen he fitted himself for surveying and conveyancing, and established a lucrative business. He frequently engaged in the settlement of estates and served as the guardian of important trusts. His judgement was sound, his mind logical, and his abilities exceptional. His business relations were marked by the strictest integrity and exactness. He was, in religion, a member of the Society of Friends, and connected with the Upper Greenwich Meeting, of which he was a minister. In politics he was a Whig, and joined the ranks of the Republican party on its organization. He was a member of the Board of Freeholders. After his marriage he purchased "Cedar Lawn Farm," (later the residence of his son Job S.) and continued both professional and farming employments; one of the first members of the "Association of Practical Suveyors of West Jersey."
Children of William & Rachel (Lippincott) Haines:
1. Job Scott HAINES b: 16 JAN 1836; married Ellen B. Holmes; their children were Jacob C., William C., Stacy L., Idella, and Jesse B. Elected to NJ State legislature in 1882; member of the Society of Friends. Resided at "Cedar Farm," his parent's home in East Greenwich NJ.
2. Elma HAINES b: 11 JUN 1838; married Joseph Borden? (another source says married Joseph B. LIVEZY).
3. William Penn HAINES b: 4 Dec 1840
4. Hannah Ann HAINES b: 6 Dec 1843; died 7 Jan 1916; married 30 March 1876 to John A. HERITAGE. Children (Heritage): Benjamin C., b. 31 May 1885 and J. Omar, b. 9 Aug 1881

Micajah-6 Haines (John-5, Josiah-4, Jonathan-3, Jonathan-2, John-1, Richard) b. abt 1817-1818 in Burlington Co. NJ; m. 25 March 1841 in Burlington Co NJ to Mary Ann Williams. She b abt. 1816]. Micajah died 4 May 1892, age 74 years in Mullica Hill N.J. Died from paralysis. Was a Toll Gate Keeper. Buried 11 a.m. from Baptist Church. Death source: Mullica Hill News of 12 May 1892.
Children of Micajah & Mary Ann (Williams) Haines:
1. James, b abt 1842
1. Sarah [Sallie] F., b abt 1844
3. John H., b. abt 1846
4. Ira W., b. abt 1852
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U.S. Census > 1850 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Burlington > Evesham
Micajah Haines 33 M Laborer NJ [b abt 1817]
Mary Ann 34 F NJ [b abt 1816]
James 8 M NJ [b abt 1842]
Sarah 6 F NJ [b abt 1844]
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1860 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Gloucester > Harrison
Micaijah Haines 42 M Laborer 200 b NJ
Mary Anne Haines 46 F b NJ
James P. 18 M b NJ
Sarah F. 16 F b NJ
John H. 14 M b NJ
Ira W. 8 M b NJ
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1880 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Gloucester > All Townships > District 95 [HARRISON, NJ]
Micajah HAINES W M 63 Farm Laborer NJ NJ NJ
Mary A. W F 64 wife Home Keeping NJ NJ NJ
Sallie F W F 28 daughter at home NJ NJ NJ [b abt 1852]
***SEVENTH GENERATION***

Jeremiah-7 HAINES (Samuel Goldy-6, Isaac Tomlinson-5, Jeremiah-4, Amos-3, Nathan-2, William-1, Richard)
Birth: 9 Dec 1855 in Greenwich, Gloucester Co., New Jersey
Census: Listed in 1910 East Greenwich Twp., Gloucester Co., NJ
Biography: He lived at 519 Kings Highway from 1886-1918; Jeremiah & Ann were married in the home of Thomas J. Borden
Death: 21 May 1916 in Mantua Twp., Gloucester, New Jersey
Married: 5 February 1879 in Logan Twp., Gloucester Co NJ to Mary Lippincott Borden, daughter of Thomas & Ann Lippincott Borden. She was born 11 MAY 1858
Census: in 1880 US Census of Mantua, Gloucester Co NJ and 1910 US Census of East Greenwich Twp, Gloucester Co. NJ
Biography: He lived at 519 Kings Highway from 1886-1918; Jeremiah & Ann were married in the home of Thomas J. Borden
Children of Jeremiah & Mary Lippincott (Borden) HAINES:
1. Mabel B. HAINES b: 26 April 1882 in Mantua, Gloucester, New Jersey; married 1907 to Oscar Redrow
2. Reba J. HAINES b: 6 May 1885 ; married 1906 to Charles Edward Joyce
3. +Thomas Edgar HAINES b: 24 October 1883 in Gloucester County, New Jersey; [see]
4. Virginia L. HAINES b: Abt. 1895; died 1896
5. +Samuel Goldy HAINES b: 27 OCT 1888

1880 U.S. Federal Census > New Jersey > Gloucester > All Townships // MANTUA > District 98
Haines, Jeremiah M W 24 Farmer NJ NJ NJ
--, Mary, W F 21 wife
Halina Francis, W F 8, servant Baden, Baden, Baden

1910 > New Jersey > GLOUCESTER > EAST GREENWICH TWP Series: T624 Roll: 885 Page: 56
SALEM & WOODBURY PIKE
118
Haines, Jeremiah, head M W 55 married 1x for 31 years, NJ NJ NJ
Haines, Mary L, Wife F W 53 m1x for 31 years, 5 children 4 living, NJ NJ NJ
Haines, Samuel G., son M W 22 single NJ NJN NJ

Chalkey-7 HAINES (Samuel Goldy-6, Isaac Tomlinson-5, Jeremiah-4, Amos-3, Nathan-2, William-1, Richard)
Birth: OCT 1864
Married: 2 January 1889 in Salem Co. NJ to Laura May Coles. She was born MAY 1865.
Children of Chalkey & Laura May (Coles) HAINES:
1. Francis C. Haines b: NOV 1889
2. Alice May Haines b: MAR 1892
****EIGHTH GENERATION****

Samuel Goldy-8 HAINES (Jeremiah-7 HAINES, Samuel Goldy-6, Isaac Tomlinson-5, Jeremiah-4, Amos-3, Nathan-2, William-1, Richard)
Born: 27 OCT 1888.
Married 1st) 27 JUL 1911 in Gloucester Co., NJ to Elsie Zippler. She born 30 Jan 1890 in Gloucester Co. NJ
Married 2nd) 7 March 1944 to Mildred ROSMER
Children of Samuel Goldy & Elsie (Zippler) HAINES:
1. Carolyn Hindrickson HAINES b: 07 Dec 1912
2. Marjorie Lippincott HAINES b: 26 Apr 1916
3. Samuel G. HAINES b: 26 Apr 1925

Thomas Edgar-8 HAINES (Jeremiah-7 HAINES, Samuel Goldy-6, Isaac Tomlinson-5, Jeremiah-4, Amos-3, Nathan-2, William-1, Richard)
Birth: 24 Oct 1883
Married: 24 Jan 1907 to Gertrude REEVES. She was born 24 Jul 1885 in Clarksboro, NJ
CENSUS: In 1910 US Census of East Greenwich Twp, Gloucester Co NJ
Children of Thomas Edgar & Gertrude (Reeves) HAINES:
1. Elizabeth HAINES b: 09 Jan 1915; married Arthur T. Sherman
2.+ Jeremiah Ellison HAINES b: 11 Oct 1918; married Edith D. Woods [the current owner of Haines Pork Shop is a descendant of this line]
3. Jean R. HAINES b: 31 Aug 1920; married 1) J. Henry Lightner; 2) Henry G. Wood

1910 > New Jersey > GLOUCESTER > EAST GREENWICH TWP Series: T624 Roll: 885 Page: 56 - SALEM & WOODBURY PIKE -- 119
Haines, Thomas E, Head, M W 27 m1x for 3 years NJ
Haines, Gertrude H.R., wife, F W 25, m1x for 3 years no children born NJ
Haines, Rachael M., grandmother, F W 78 widow, born NJ
Haines, Beulah, aunt, F W 43 single born NJ

UNKNOWN HAINES FAMILIES [Haines Families living in the area whose origin is unknown, or I have not determined how they are related to the current family]. If you know of these families please contact me.

James B. Haines, b. abt 1819-1822 in New Jersey; 1) Elizabeth; m2) by 1880 to Mary --; Harnessmaker; shown in U.S. Census in Greenwich, Gloucester Co NJ in 1850 living in Deptford, Gloucester Co NJ and 1870 in Greenwich, Gloucester Co. NJ with with 1st wife and children; in 1850 census living next door to John L. & Martha Haines; resided in Logan, Gloucester Co NJ in 1880 with 2d wife.
Children of James & Elizabeth (Southwick) Haines:
1. James HAINES, b. abt 1847 in New Jersey
2. Rebecca HAINES, b abt 1849 in New Jersey
3. Anna HAINES, b abt 1851 in New Jersey
4. Sallie/Sally HAINES, b abt 1854 in New Jersey
5. John HAINES, b abt. 1857 in New Jersey
6. +Isaac HAINES, b abt. 1855 in New Jersey
7. Samuel HAINES, b abt. 1862 in New Jersey
Probably children of James & Mary (--) Haines:
8. Robert HAINES, b. abt 1873 in NJ
9. Effa HAINES, b. abt 1875 in NJ


More About Richard Haines and Margaret S. Leeds:
Marriage: 1658, Aynho, Northampton, England.

Children of Richard Haines and Margaret S. Leeds are:
  1. +John Haines, b. Abt. 1664, England, d. Nov 1778.
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