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A group for those interested in the surnames Haley, Healey, Healy, Hele, Hale, Haly and all other variations.
Latest Activity: Dec 15, 2015
Started by Susan McCall. Last reply by Susan McCall May 14, 2015.
Started by Annemarie Jun 29, 2010.
Started by Clasina Haley Segura. Last reply by Beverly Ann Haley Mercer Apr 27, 2010.
Researching the Haley family that settled in Franklin County, Georgia around 1797 or 1798. James Rabun Haley is the progenitor of this family, although it is believed his father was Richard Hailey who was born about 1745 in VA and died about 1825 in Texas. His mother is believed to have been Mary Raybern/Rayburn/Raybun. There is a group of researchers on Yahoo who are trying to sort out this line. It is believed that Richard Hailey was born in VA and moved to NC before moving to GA. He then left GA for TN and later LA and TX. William Haley of Elbert County may be related.
Feel free to contact me off the group if you prefer. firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello Everyone We are researching my Fiance's family ......Haley from Ireland to Maine. We are Stuck on his 3rd Great Grand Father Michael Haley ( Healy) b. 1807/08 in Ireland Immigrated in 1832 via Quebec Canada and Boston. Settled in the Prospect, Waldo county Maine area.
There is a book available at www.higginsonbook.com/index.html that includes info on the family in North America. Traced back to one Healy who arrived in Mass. Can't find my copy so have just ordered another. Includes the Nova Scotia connections.
Looking for Healey family living in Denver, Colorado in late 1800's and early 1900's. Parents Thomas and Mary Healey
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