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HAYNES Langell Valley, Lorella
Posted by: Teresa Arcangel (ID *****6936) Date: May 12, 2010 at 22:59:54
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David Haynes (1825 MO) and Elizabeth Wilkins (1829 GA) were married at Pigeon Creek, Haywood Co., North Carolina and then went to Arkanzas. From there they moved to Texas, and then to Oregon. They finally settled in the Langell Valley at what used to be called Haynesville, and is now called Lorella. A.C. Dayton, their daughter, was my great-grandmother and I have never seen a photograph of her. I know very little about her at all! I grew up in Ashland but have lived in Hawaii for most of the last 35 years so don't get back to do any research. I'd love to contact anyone who is related to this family. And, of course anyone who might have a photo of my great-grandmother. I have photos of some of her siblings.

Sarah Jane 1851 - 1943
Henrietta Missouri b.1852
Joseph K. Monroe b.1855
Thomas Buchannan b. 1857
Jay R.G. 1858
John 1858 (might be Jay)
A.C.Dayton 1861 twin
J.M.Pendleton 1861 twin
Pleasant Henry 1863
Grace Truman (Griffith) 1867
George Francis 1869
Eliza Mitchell 1871
Mary Elizabeth 1873
Albert 1876
Mary Elizabeth 1873

Other local names connected to this family that I can come up with off the top of my head are Bussey, Dillard, Griffith


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