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Re: Haynes in Lincoln Co. in 1800's
Posted by: Philip Leonard Date: February 26, 2001 at 16:52:09
In Reply to: Haynes in Lincoln Co. in 1800's by Alison Smith of 2014

In the over one hundred transcribed Civil War Letters of the Daniel H. Dellinger Family--the single most important set of Civil War Letters in Lincoln County for an ordinary farm family--WM. W. Haynes on May 25, 1862?, writes to Dear Cozin Daniel H. Dellinger. Daniel was Daniel Haynes Dellinger, the son of Peter Dellinger and Margaret Haynes, the daughter of Daniel Dellinger with will in Rutherford County. This WM. W. is the son of one of the brothers of Margaret Haynes Dellinger.If you think this is your Wm. W. Haynes, I can supply you with a copy of these transcripts by getting in touch with me, Philip Leonard, 6820 Piney Branch Rd.,NW< Washington, DC, 202-291-6308.


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