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From: "Sue Steward" <>
Subject: Re: Roll Call
Date: Sun, 20 Jul 2003 20:51:43 -0700
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I don't know if this is your Haynes - From Pioneer History of Coos and
Curry County, page 371 "The following are the names of those who were
prominent settlers on Coos Bay at the time of our arrival in 1865: ...Jerry
Haynes ..." Page 450 "The station at Cape Arago was commissioned in 1878.
The location was at the Cape Arago light house. The station was in charge
of a keeper but there was no crew. They relied on volunteers for a crew
when the station service was needed. ... Jerry Haynes was a temporary keeper
for a short time ..."


----- Original Message -----
From: "Evelyn Brown" <>
To: <>
Sent: Saturday, July 19, 2003 8:05 PM
Subject: RE: Roll Call

> I'm glad to have a chance to list all my Oregon lines. Maybe there is some
> quiet relative out there just waiting for me to ask.
> 1851 - James Merville Arrington and his wife Kittieann C Halpain (Had been
> Halfpenny a generation or two earlier)
> Arrived by wagon train in Oregon 9/22/1851,and went made claim in
> Douglas County Sept 9, 1852.
> They traveled with 3 very young children (Vincent, Mary and
> and she delivered the 4th soon after arriving in
> Oregon. He apparently wrote a journal about the trail, but I know
> very little about it. It's apparently on file at
> University of San Francisco.I do wonder if it contains any family
> information.
> 1852 - John McConnell, a widower with children came from Illinois/Indiana
> 10/23/1852.
> Married a Mira Stuart Searles (or Sarles, or Serles) from Indiana
> Oregon on April 10, 1853, in Clackamas County.
> They both traveled on the same wagon train. She was a widow with
> small children too. They were in Polk County, and by
> the 1860's were in Douglas County.
> 1852 - Jeremiah Clough Haynes and his father in law Gilbert Hall arrived
> California by ship. They traveled north, possibly
> by wagon, arriving in Coos County, OR by either 1853 or 1858.
> Thanks for reading my story.
> Evelyn Haynes Brown

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