Ralph - I mistakenly thought I would receive message if there was a response to my post on Emanuel Haney and Nancy H. Stewart - thus did not return here and see your response until today. Will review all this data and contact you by e-mail but in the meantime will paste in my misc. research notes on this couple:
Nancy Bur. Cedar Hill Meth. Ch. Cem. Cherokee AL. Was 56y 9mo 13da.
She mar. 2nd Seaborn Williams in Cherokee AL. He died in a short time.
Said to have mar. 3rd: Peter Sarason (question as to letter S in his name) in
Cherokee Co. AL. He died in FL in 187_? Nancy's funeral preached by Rev. Mr.
Printed mar. records of McMinn Co. TN by Boyer do not show the supposed mar. to
Emanuel Haney, but there is a marriage of an Emanuel Haney to Amanda Irvin 23
Feb 23 1849 McMinn Co.(estate record precludes this being significant-SBH)
UPDATE: See the Haney story in the McMinn Co. TN History in 1997 (see spouse's
See spouse's notes for his Will indicating wife Nancy.
From Mrs. Stewart, Piedmont, AL: Peter Larrison in 1850 Cherokee Co. AL #422,
age 60, b. VA . His estate settled 28 Jan. 1875. He was named guardian of
Williams children. Seaborn Williams first wife was Frances Morgan, dau. of
wealthy and large Morgan Family in Calhoun Co. Probate Judge, Courthouse
Anniston, AL 36201. Peter Larason Justice of Peace in Benton (Calhoun Co.) AL
by 1840. Spelling different after.
1830 TN Census (by Sistler) for McMinn Co.
Haney, Martin p. 159 Males (1) und 5 (1) 40-50
Fems (1) 40-50
Haney, Robert p. 160 Males (1) 5-10 (1) 10-15 (1) 30-40
Fems (2) und 5 (1) 5-10 (1) 20-30
Haney, William p. 188 Males (1) und 5 (1) 5-10 (1) 30-40
Fems (2) und 5 (1) 5-10 (1) 20-30
Haney, William S. p. 155 Males (2) und 5 (1) 5-10 (1) 10-15 (1) 40-50
Fems (2) und 5 (2) 10-15 (1) 15-20 (1) 30-40
[?where is Emanuel?]
1840 McMinn Co. TN Census
Haney, E., Males (1) 20-30 (1) 50-60
Fems (1) 20-30 [correct age catagory for Nancy]
Haney, Martin Males (1) 50-60
Fems (1) 50-60
Haney, William S. Males (1) 5-10 (1) 10-15 (15-20 (1) 50-60
Fems (1) 5-10 (2) 10-15 (1) 30-40 (1) 40-50
1850 TN McMinn Co. TN Census (from Sistler book):
Hany, Imanuel 65 VA
Nancy 36 VA [b 1814 VA - about right for Nancy Stewart]
James M. DALY 18
Other Haney listed in McMinn:
Hany, Martin 60, Nancy 60 NC/NC Mc1820/706 per below p. 53
Hany, M. 26, Amanda 25, Infant (m) 1/12 SC/T Mc262/480 per below p. 40
Haney, William 29 (& fam) T/T Mc1982/727 per below p. 64
Haney, William 24, Frances R. SMITH 18, Mary 2 T/T Mc1963/728 per below p. 64
Haney, Geo. W. 34, (& fam) T/T Mc1984/728 per below p. 64
add'l from disk 317:
Haney, Margaret 23rd sub. p. 64 (I don't find in Sistler)
Haney, George W. 23rd sub. p. 64
Haney, William 23rd sub. p. 64
Hany, Imanuel 23rd sub. p. 36
Hany, M. 23rd sub. p. 40
Hany, Martin 23rd sub. p. 53
Hany, William 23rd sub. p. 64
[the only Isaac Haney/Hany I could locate was and Isaac Hany 37 (& fam) in
1860 Nancy not located in McMinn Co. TN but there is a Nancy Haney in Hamilton
Co. p. 78 where also is an Isaac Haney same pg. (checking census film - SBH)
There are marriages for a Nancy Haney in McMinn Co. TN:
Nancy Haney to Thomas Haney 9-16-1846
Nancy Haney to Edwad? Philips 1-17-1859
McMinn Co. TN Deeds:
Deed Bk L 458 2 Apr 1855 Now in Deed Bk 8J, p. 419 Adolphus P. McClatchey
to F. McKinzie; land on Spring Creek sold by Archabald R. Turk to Emanuel
Hany and Adolphus P. McClatchey known as Hawkins old mill place; registered 28
[?wonder if this has some connection to the story that Sarah (Stewart) and
spouse Chapman Simpson Shields went to McMinn county and had a mill there???]
Then in Emanuel's notes I had:
From "McMinn County Tennessee and It's People 1819-1997" article 622 p. 212:
THE HANEY FAMILY HISTORY
As far back as recollections go, two brothers named Immanuel and William Haney
settled in Buckhorn Community (known today as Lamontville) in southwest McMinn
County during the early 1800s. William married and had one son, Emanuel.
Emanuel Haney married Amanda Erwin on February 23, 1849. To this union four
children were born: William - 1856, Mary - 1857, Isaac Robert - 1859, and
Melissa - 1860. Emanuel went to serve with the Confederate Army and never
returned home. His family believed he was killed on Lookout Mountain, but later
learned he died of pneumonia fever on May 16, 1863. He left his wife Amanda to
raise four children with the help of relatives.
One son, Isaac Robert, married Parlee Dixon on September 3, 1885. Their eleven
children were born between 1887 and 1911. In 1904 Isaac Robert moved his large
and still growing family from the Buckhorn Community to the Wesleyanna
Community. With $1,650 in hand he bought a 200 acre farm, then known as the
Henry C. Reynolds Farm, for $2,250.
[included here was a photograph of Isaac Robert and Hulda Paralee (Dixon) Haney
with children, Arnold and Bruce]
Isaac Robert's oldesd son, George Lee, continued to live on and work the land
his father had bought. George met Della Haney (also her maiden name) from the
Sweetfield Community in Athens. Della worked in the mills in Athens until she
married George in 1916. They raised six children: R. L., Clarence, Martha,
Hoyt, Ruth and Preston...
[I did not finish this article here]
Wills and Estate Records - McMinn Co. TN 1820-1870 by Reba Bayless Boyer:
p. 71 - Haney, Emanuel Will Bk F p. 82
Will Exec. 9 Oct 1854; to wife Nancy H.; $1 to heirs of dau. Elizabeth, dec'd
wife of Wm. C. Mitchell, "I make this difference between the Legatees for the
Ill treatment that I received from Elizabeth and her husband"; balance of
estate to son Isaac B. Execs: son Isaac B. and James Buckner. Wit: C.W. Rice,
John Gregory. Signed by mark.
WB F p. 93, no date. Invt. valued by John Murphy and John Gregory.
WB F p. 286, 11 Sep 1859. Sett. by Isaac B. Haney, Exec.
CR11 22, 27 Oct 1866. Exec. reports that the only remaining bequests unpaid are
to the Mitchell heirs and that balance goes to himself and bro. W.W. Haney if
living, if not it all goes to him.
So we have some duplicate info and perhaps some add'l both ways.
Shirley BOGART Harper
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