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This group is for any and all descendants of Richard and Margaret (Leeds) Haines and anyone of the surname Haines who is still searching for their ancestors.

Website: http://genscraps.com/wp/genealogywise/haines-family/
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Latest Activity: Jan 13

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Rebecca Haines Born C1725 NY married 1st Jeremiah Johnson 2nd George Field 4 Replies

Looking for information on the ancestry for Rebecca Haines. Her first husband Jeremiah Johnson died about 1756, New York. Their children were Henry, Jeremiah and Nancy all born in New York city.…Continue

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Started by Brenda Smith. Last reply by D Burton Jan 13.

Mary Carlile was an Indian Maden (see attached) 20 Replies

In his letter dated may 5 1866, George Haines states that Indian traits are only showing up in the male descendants of Mary Carlile. And that the female descendants show no sign of Indian blood. But…Continue

Started by Peter Stewart Haines. Last reply by Tyler S Haines Jun 16, 2018.

Haines Brick Walls 15 Replies

Are you stuck someplace in your Haines line? Post the details here, maybe someone else can help.

Tags: genealogy, family history, Haines surname, Haines family

Started by Katrina Haney. Last reply by Kim Haynes Miller Oct 24, 2017.

Richard Haines 16 Replies

I have uncovered proof that John Haynes (b1614) in Boxgrove was the son of John Haynes of Huntspill and Margaret Cockayne. This is very significant because of who Margaret Cockayne was. I need to…Continue

Started by Peter Stewart Haines. Last reply by Heidi Haines Handley Oct 2, 2017.

At 67 marker on Y DNA M269 6 Replies

My Dad (Lewis D. Haines, II) is a direct descendant of James Haines of Salem, MA and Southold, LI born about 1613 and died 1652 in Southold, L.I.At the 67 marker on Y DNA he was matching a lot of…Continue

Started by Heidi Haines Handley. Last reply by Heidi Haines Handley Jun 24, 2016.

Ancestry of Richard Haines of Aynhoe Solved ? 7 Replies

I have spent the better part of the last year attempting to determine the ancestry of Richard Haines and after many long nights I believe I may have solved the riddle. I now believe Richard Haines of…Continue

Started by Peter Stewart Haines. Last reply by Susi (Susan C Jones) Pentico Jun 23, 2016.

Do the Haines Families in America Have a Common Ancestor? 6 Replies

Is there a common ancestor of the Haines families in Germany? I have been wondering about this, the John Haines family of Massechusetts came to America about 1635, some of whom were captured by…Continue

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Started by Earline Hines Bradt. Last reply by Heidi Haines Handley Feb 24, 2015.

Decendents of Hiram Haines and Oakley Philpotts Haines 4 Replies

I am interest in knowing more about my Great Grandfathers. I am a direct decedent of Hiram Haines and Oakley Philpotts Haines and would love to know more about them. I know it's a long shot, but I…Continue

Started by Jason Haines. Last reply by Heidi Haines Handley Feb 24, 2015.

Ancestry of Richard Haines of Aynhoe (New Jersey Haines Family) 14 Replies

This is what I have come up with.Continue

Started by Peter Stewart Haines. Last reply by Peter Stewart Haines Sep 11, 2014.

Richard Haines New information uncovered 4 Replies

Richard Haynes was the son of John Haynes and Elizabeth Stanford of Sussex England. But He was not the grandson of Gov. Haynes as was previously thought. Gov. Haynes' 1st son John (1617-1638) died…Continue

Started by Peter Stewart Haines. Last reply by Paulette M. Switzer-Tatum Aug 31, 2014.

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Comment by Peter Stewart Haines on September 10, 2016 at 11:03am

It's my understanding that M269 and R1b1c are the same. And that is what I would have expected to find for a Haines welsh Haplotytpe. However I am not sure if the same Haplotype would also apply to Saxon or Norman ancestry. If so more tesing may be needed.

Comment by Peter Stewart Haines on September 4, 2016 at 7:04pm

Just got my Y DNA results. My Halogroup in M269. I am not sure how to read the rest. It appears to be L21 and DF21. I am trying to determine if it is Welsh. Can anypne help? It would be greatly appreciated. 

Comment by Paulette M. Switzer-Tatum on July 3, 2016 at 6:43pm

Found it online, many thanks Peter.

Comment by Peter Stewart Haines on July 1, 2016 at 12:54pm
see "END OF THE POWYS DYNASTY", By Darrell Wolcott
Comment by Paulette M. Switzer-Tatum on July 1, 2016 at 12:18am

Interesting. I will have to look that one up. I'm not clear on what that name means.

Comment by Peter Stewart Haines on June 28, 2016 at 8:43pm

An easier match might be Brochwel II ap Aeddan.

Comment by Paulette M. Switzer-Tatum on June 24, 2016 at 3:52pm

Thanks Peter, but if the English spelling is easier by all means use it. My husband is of Welsh ancestry and reads/speaks as well as teaches Welsh, so that's where I get what little I know of the Welsh language. I'm looking forward to your test results, and have been enjoying your excellent paper and the website of Haines Ancestry. I had no idea there was Welsh ancestry on my mother's side until I looked into my Quaker Haines and Moore families in VA and NC. Was helped to understand the line from Richard by a wonderful volunteer named Haines on findagrave.com.

Comment by Peter Stewart Haines on June 24, 2016 at 11:59am

I wiil change the spelling to avoid confusion. And I will let you all know when I get the results of my test. Pam, thanks so much for the Powys info.

Comment by Paulette M. Switzer-Tatum on June 23, 2016 at 11:42pm

If we are going to have private messages about the DNA issue, is there someone else here who could have the Y-DNA test and share the results with all of us as that seems to me to be what a discussion group is supposed to be about? Thanks.

Comment by Pam Bolton on June 23, 2016 at 11:41pm

If we are looking for the haplotype of the Powys kingly line, then "Bleddyn ap Cynfyn, King of Powys" refers to the Powys line.  That is what is self-evident... at least to me.   And from the research I did, it appears that R1b1c is the correct haplotype for the Powys line.  Again, I made a typo by adding the "7".... I'm sorry that confused you so much.

But that's only my research.  Perhaps you might do research and find a different haplotype being presented.  

 

 

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