I've come to find out that Haseltine was a fairly common name; however, I have several Jennings in my family tree. There was an Elizabeth Jennings, b.circa 1790 or 1800, married to Benjamin Etheridge all in the upstate of South Carolina. Their daughter Sarah, b. 1831 in Edgefield County, SC, was the second wife of my gggrandfather Thomas Leopard. She died young and he remarried and moved his new wife and family to Jackson County, NC.
I also have a Sarah Ann Jennings, b. 1702, in London, England, married to Cornielius Dabney in Virgina. He died a somewhat young man and she evidently traveled to Madison Co., KY with some of her children and died there in 1790. Her daughter Mary Elizabeth married Christopher Harris, Sr., whose children married with several Slattons in Virgina and made their way to Edgefield County, SC.
It looks like the Harris' and the Jennings' and the Slattons' and the Moodys' and a few other families kind of traveled togather to different locations through out. I guess this time of year we should all wish our in-laws lived that close.
Please e-mail me directly and lets compare notes if any of these names ring a bell.
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