Seeking information on my great-grandfather and/or descendants of:
J. William Henry Haney
Born: 01 Oct 1875
[city], Red River, Texas, USA
Died: 17 Mar 1948
who moved to Barry County, Missouri between 1880 and 1895,and married:
Samantha Maybelle Terry
Born: 17 Mar 1866
[city], Barry, Missouri, USA
Died: abt Aug 1941
Tulsa, Tulsa , Oklahoma, USA
Married 07 Nov 1895 in [city], Barry, Missouri, USA
Columbus Monroe Haney M 25 Nov 1896 in [city], Barry, Missouri, USA
Arvil (aka Arvel,Orvil,Arville,Arvelle) Laffyette Haney M 19 Nov 1898 in [city], [county], Missouri, USA
(Henry) Earl Haney M 17 May 1901 in [city], Barry, Missouri, USA
(William) Lloyd Haney M 01 May 1908 in [city], Barry, Missouri, USA
Arvil Laffyette Haney is my grandfather born in Barry County; his son Leo Albert born in Butterfield, MO in 1923 was my father... have made contact with the Stanley Donald Haney, son of Columbus Monroe Haney living in Tulsa, OK. Samantha Maybelle Terry Haney (his grandmother)lived with them as a child (and died in Tulsa)
Have researched the parents of J. William Henry Haney and they appear to have been: C.W. (possibly Columbus Washington) Haney b. 1848 (FL or GA)and Francis V. (maiden name unknown)b.1848 found in the 1880 census in the Red River Co.TX census. Based on the information available, there is a possibility that C.W. died abt 1881 (or there was a divorce) and Francis remarried a S.W. Allen in 1882 in Red River Co, TX, they appear to have had a son (Sam Allen) in Missouri abt 1888, but then by the 1900 census we find S.W. Alen back in Red River, but now with a new, much younger (22yo) wife and their 4 year old - along with the 12 yo Sam Allen.
The whereabouts of mother Francis V. Haney and her three children (daughters) by C.W. Haney are unknown:
Rebecca J. Haney F abt 1868 in Georgia, USA
N.E. Haney F abt 1870/71 in Hopkins Co., TX, USA
M.M. Haney F abt 1879 in Red River Co, TX, USA
I'm particularly interested in trying to locate any descendants of these three sisters; with the loss of the 1890 census, I have no idea where they went.
It is suspected that the three Haney girls might have moved with their mother and S.W. Allen to Missouri prior to 1888 and then stayed with their brother when their stepfather returned to Texas with their younger half-brothers.
Any information helpful and appreciated.
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