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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.

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Latest Activity: Jan 13, 2019

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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

Tags: Field, Johnson, Haines

Started by Brenda Smith. Last reply by D Burton Jan 13, 2019.

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 Paulette M. Switzer-Tatum on June 23, 2016 at 6:02pm

Thank you Peter S. Haines for your interesting and well-researched document. I look forward to hearing about your Y-DNA test. If you did it via ancestry, I'm not clear on why you need to do it again: was it not a Y-DNA test? If you have uploaded your results to the site that shares results, should it not show in the FTDNA "Kings of Powys" haplogroup? Anyway, it will be interesting. I was not sure of the spelling used here for Brochwel Scethrog - it looks so Anglo-Saxon, but now I realize it's Brochwel Ysgithrog/Ysgythrog, AKA Brochwel ap (son of) Cyngen Glodrydd; AKA Brochwel ap (son of) Elisedd (or Elise), a king of Powys in Wales, b. Abt. 502 AD. you can read more about him on the Nat. Library of Wales website.

Comment by Peter Stewart Haines on June 23, 2016 at 9:37am

I will do the test and let you know what I find ! Thx

Comment by Pam Bolton on June 23, 2016 at 9:33am

Yes!  The Y-DNA tests at FamilyTreeDNA would be the conclusive evidence to link us to the Kings of Powys.  I'll have to look at the research to see what the specific haplogroup is for that line, but if you match — that's conclusive proof.  The minimum would be the Y-DNA37 (testing 37 markers), next best would be the 64 marker, then best would be the 111 marker test (which is rather costly at $359).  If you do the Y-DNA37, you can get a discount through the DAR:

Comment by Peter Stewart Haines on June 23, 2016 at 9:18am

I did a ancestry DNA test. Do I need to do additional testing?

Comment by Pam Bolton on June 23, 2016 at 8:58am

Question for the male Haines cousins:  Have you done the Y-DNA test?  If so, are the results matching to the Kings of Powys haplogroup?

Comment by Pam Bolton on June 23, 2016 at 8:47am

Peter, thank you for posting your .doc.... once again, I find your research is impeccable!  We're so fortunate to have you in the group!!

Comment by Peter Stewart Haines on June 23, 2016 at 8:28am
Comment by John Thomas Haines on June 20, 2015 at 8:47pm

Katrina, yes, the feelings were extraordinary. Yes, you may include this information in your scrap book. I have added a link at the bottom of my webpage for you to access a pdf file of the 1941 map. It will either download or display depending on your browser. The image is imperfect because I photographed a framed picture hanging on Peter Cole's wall and there is some glass reflection. The top of the hill is to the upper right. There were no houses beyond that in older times. Currently there are. 

For the fun of it I have place the 1941 image next to a current satellite image of Aynho at the bottom of the page.

Let me know if you need more or if you have trouble with the download.

Yes, my name is John Thomas Haines, but to confuse things, my friends and family call me Tom.

Comment by Katrina Haney on June 13, 2015 at 7:03pm

Greetings cousins :)

I am the originator of this group, but I have been away for an extended time for more reasons than is necessary to recount here. But hopefully I am back now on a regular basis. I am heartwarmed by the activity that has continued here in may absence, and I will eventually read through it all.

I do want to comment on the most recent posts, and thank John Thomas Haines and Peter Stewart Haines for your recent posts. John, I visited your page and tears came to my eyes as I did. I am very interested in knowing about the places of my ancestors in England, and I loved your page. I wonder, perhaps, if I might obtain a larger image of the 1941 map. I cannot imagine the feelings you experienced visiting this place of our ancestors, and I thank you for the information and pictures you supplied. If you don't mine, I will be including this in our Haines Family scrapbook.

Peter, I want to tank you for the wonderful explanation of the Haines Royal connection. I, too, had believed that there had to be something other than the erroneous connection to Gov Haynes. However, I have been away from my family history studies for several years, and coming back to this wonderful new line has gotten me all excited. I cannot thank you enough for adding that here. I will definitely check out your family tree on roots web.

Pam, I am also descended through Carlyle Haines :)

Thanks to all of you for continuing this awesome family discussion in my absence.

Comment by Pam Bolton on June 13, 2015 at 4:35pm

Great photos, John!!!  I'm so glad Peter had time to show you around!  I would absolutely love to visit Aynho ... I can just imagine how it felt to be there..


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