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Re: R. Workman HAYNES b. 1840 enlistment in Civil War
Posted by: Rachel Haynes Tanner (ID *****3878) Date: August 31, 2009 at 13:08:32
In Reply to: Re: R. Workman HAYNES b. 1840 enlistment in Civil War by June Stewart of 2014

I wish I could help you, but I do not have ANY Haynes info. beyond 1815 when my James H Haynes was born. Your family would certainly be in my right time frame,

Your Workman in your 1850 census of Nancy Haynes was 10. My Ranue Workman was only 5 in the household of James H. Haynes...he was an only child. Maybe these 2 Workmans would tie into a generation back, maybe by the grandmother??? Too bad those censuses do not list kids names and ages.

I think there were about 3 different Haynes lines in Lincoln Co., NC. also another line in Rutherford Co., NC ...possibly tying in much further back.

I'll keep a look out for these names, and if you could keep my James H and Ranue Workman Hayneses names in mind if you find anything else, I sure would appreciate knowing. Thanks.


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