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Henry Haynor/Hayner (Haynor spelling may vary)
Posted by: Rod Haynor (ID *****8612) Date: November 30, 2002 at 09:28:43
  of 1914

Henry Haynor was born in 1793. His father was Abram Haynor. I've heard at least two variations on Abram: that he was a POW in Europe and was sent to America as punishment; another one is that he came to America as a Hessian and fought for the British during the Revolutinary War, was imprisoned near Syracuse, NY, and was released after the war.....moved to Pennsylvania Dutch country in Pennsylvania where he raised his family. In any event, Henry ended up living in Saratoga, NY in 1824 at which point he married Roxy Clements, a native of New York and probably of the Saratoga area. She was born in 1809. They had at least two children in New York, Tobias and Isaac, before moving to Michigan around 1838. Roxy died in 1845 and Henry in 1890. Both are buried in the Easton Twp. Cemetery, Ionia County, Michigan. I would like to learn more about Henry. Does anyone have a clue as to where I might look?

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