Surname listing – HAINES (Ireland)

I’m counting down my son’s ancestors. I’ve finally found new information! That Ernest S. Morgan is NOT the correct gGrand-father, he is actually Walter Scott Morgan. And he married Anne Rose STONE. Her mother was a HAYNES. So this is going back a bit, to his 2nd Great-Grandparents.

This is absolutely a work in progress – I JUST started on this family and only have online information (census and other trees) as sources.

Today…. #11… Edna Maurine HAYNES
7 generations of HAYNES/HAINES connected through:

4. Walter Scott Morgan (1912-1950)
5. Anne Rose Stone (1918 – ?)

10. JAMES ELLIS STONEwas born on 27 Dec 1893 in Washington. He died in unknown.
11. EDNA MAURINE HAYNESwas born on 14 Apr 1899 in Silver Creek, Nebraska. She died on 7 Jan 1973 in Central Point, Oregon

Children of James and Edna: Edna “Eddie” May Stone, (1916-?), Anne Rose Stone Morgan (1918-?)

22. LEONARD C. HAYNESwas born about 1876 in Nebraska. He died on 1 Jun 1949 in Snohomish Co., Washington.
23. MAY was born in 1879/1884 in Nebraska. She died in Monroe, California.

Children of Leonard and May: Edna Maurine Haynes Stone (1899-1973), Myrtle Haynes (?), Glen Alfred Haynes (abt 1902-?), Cleo O. Haynes (abt 1900-?)

44. ALFRED LEWIS HAYNES was born about 1850 in Pennsylvania. He died on 18 Jun 1926 in Deschutes Co., Oregon.
45. MARY A TONER was born on 24 Oct 1859 in Illinois. She died on 2 Aug 1907 in Snohomish Co., Washington. The cause of death was cerebral apoplexy.

Children of Alfred and Mary: Leonard C. Haynes (abt 1876-1949), John Nathan Haynes, Sr. (1877–?), Martha Haynes (1878-?), Charles R. Haynes (1880-?), Alfred Lewis Haynes, Jr (1882-1947), Rosa Sharon Haynes (1884-?), Minnie Hope Haynes (abt 1886-?), Infant Haynes (abt 1890-1890), Nina Joy Haynes (1892-1972), Marguerite “Reta” Haynes Webb (1894-?), James W. Haynes (abt 1906-?)

88. JACKSON HAINESwas born about 1828 in Pennsylvania. He died in Unknown.
89. SARAH LATIMOREwas born in Nov 1823 in Pennsylvania. She died in Unknown.

Children of Jackson and Sarah: Alfred Lewis Haynes (abt 1850-1926), Lindsey Haines (1853-1931)

176. AARON HAINESwas born about 1802 in Pennsylvania. He died about 1885 in Pennsylvania.
177. ELIZABETH ESTLEwas born about 1802. She died before 1850 in Pennsylvania.

Children of Aaron and Elizabeth: Elisha Haines (?), Infant Haines (abt 1823), Infant Haines (abt 1825), Jackson Haines (abt 1828-?), Infant Haines (abt 1832), Elijah Haines (1840-1898)

Aaron married (2): Susan Van Swearingen. 2 children: Sarah E. Haynes (abt 1877-?) and Frederick G. Haynes (abt 1879-?)

352. AARON HAINESwas born in 1765 in Ulster, Ireland. He died in 1818 in Greene Co., Pennsylvania.
353. ABERILLAH HILLwas born about 1767 in Ireland. She died on 27 Apr 1854 in Whitely, Green Co., Pennsylvania.

Children of Aaron and Aberillah: Hannah Haines Fox (abt 1788-1854), Elisha Haines (abt 1790-?), Sarah Haines Botts (abt 1793-1836), Reuben Haines (abt 1795-1833), James Haines (1798-1863), Mary Haines Miller (1800-?), Aaron Haines (abt 1802-1885), Catherine Haines Dobbins (abt 1804-?), John Hill Haines (abt 1805-1854), Aberillah Haines (1808-?), Elijah haines (1812-1885), Elizabeth Haines Rose (1815-1852)

704. GEORGE JUSTUS HAINESwas born in 1745 in Ulster, Ireland. He died in 1792 in Greene Co., Pennsylvania.
705. MARGARET was born about 1750 in Ulster, Ireland. She died in Ulster, New York.

Children of George and Margaret: Aaron Haines (abt 1765-1818), Elsy Haines (abt 1765-?), John Haines (abt 1769-?), Reuben Haines (1771-?), George Haines (1773-1850), Sarah Catherine Haines (abt 1774-1836), Mary Haines (1775-1820), Daniel Haines (1776-1853), Nancy Haines Gerard (1777-?) and Margaret Haines Johns (1790-?)

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From the Hailar Family, George Justus and family emigrated in 1773 from Ireland to New York.
From Rich Mather, quoting Richard Haines & His Descendants, name could have been Haney when family came to America; would have been O’h Eana in Ireland.

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This is new research for me, so I’ll keep you posted on new information I find. If you have any information about this HAYNES/HAINES family, please leave me a comment!

~happy huntings

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Surname Listing – KNIGHT (United Kingdom)

I’m counting down my son’s ancestors, working with his 4th Great-Grandparents.

Today…. #35… Harriet KNIGHT
4 generations of KNIGHT connected through:

4. Ernest S. Morgan (1912-1950)
5. Anne Rose Stone (?)

8. George William Morgan (1874-1955)
9. Katie Evelyn Robson (1879-1966)

16. George William Morgan (1844-1892)
17. Hannah Sophia Parks (1847-1931)

34. WILLIAM PARKS was born in 1807 in Moose Island, Main River, Canada. He died on 3 Jan 1881 in Cambridge Narrows, New Brunswick, Canada. He was buried in 1881 in Baptist Cemetary, Johnson, Queens Co., New Brunswick.
35. HARRIETT KNIGHT was born on 17 May 1817 in Burton, Sunbury Co., New Brunswick, Canada. She died on 24 Jul 1898 in Cambridge Narrows, New Brunswick, Canada. She was buried in 1898 in Baptist Cemetary, Johnson, Queens Co., New Brunswick

Children of William and Harriet: Samuel David Parks (1836-1885), Margaret Anne Parks (1841-1916), James Frederick “Black Jim” Parks (1843-1928), Harriet Parks (1843-?), Hannah Sophia Parks (1847-1931), Ada Parks (1860-?).

70. SAMUEL KNIGHT was born on 19 Oct 1798 in Saint Peter Port, Guernsey, Channel Islands. He died on 13 Feb 1869 in Cambridge Narrows, New Brunswick, Canada. He was buried in Mill Cove.
71. SOPHIA HOLLAND was born on 1 Sep 1798 in Cambridge Narrows, New Brunswick, Canada. She died on 9 Sep 1873 in White’s Cove, New Brunswick, Canada.

Children of Samuel and Sophia: Harriett Knight (1817-1898), Robert Knight (born 1819-?), Phoebe Knight (1821-?), Richard Knight (1823-?), Esther Knight (1826-?), Peter Knight (1828-1914), Suzanne Sophia Knight (1830-?), Mathilda Ann Knight (1833-?), Henry T.R. Knight (1836-?), James Harry Knight (1838-abt 1930), Frances L. Knight (1839-?), Samuel Joseph Knight (1843-1845), Mary Elizabeth Knight (1832-?)

140. RICHARD KNIGHT was born on 6 Sep 1769 in Saint Peter Port, Guernsey, Channel Islands. He died in 1824 in Saint Peter Port, Guernsey, Channel Islands.
141. SUSANNE MAHY was born on 29 Apr 1770 in Saint Peter Port, Guernsey, Channel Islands. She died on 15 Aug 1846 in Saint Peter Port, Guernsey, Channel Islands

Children of Richard and Susanne: Richard Knight (1794-1802), Peter Knight (1796-1861), Samuel Knight (1798-1869), George Knight (1800-1802), Susanne Knight (1802-1802), Jean Knight (1804-1832), Henry Knight (1807-1821), Harriette Knight (1810-?)

280. DANIEL KNIGHT died in 1794 in Saint Peter Port, Guernsey, Channel Islands. He was buried on 25 Apr 1794 in Saint Peter Port, Guernsey, Channel Islands.
281. MARTHE HERIVELwas born on 16 Aug 1744 in Saint Peter Port, Guernsey, Channel Islands. She died in unknown.

Children of Daniel and Marthe: Mary Knight (1758-?), Sarah Knight (1766-?), Richard Knight (1769-1824)

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If you have any information on the KNIGHT family, please leave me a comment!

~happy huntings

Surname Listing – PARKS (England)

I’m counting down my son’s ancestors, working with his 3rd Great-Grandparents.

Today…. #17… Hannah Sophia PARKS
7 generations of PARKS connected through:

4. Ernest S. Morgan (1912-1950)
5. Anne Rose Stone (?)

8. George William Morgan (1874-1955)
9. Katie Evelyn Robson (1879-1966)

16. GEORGE WILLIAM MORGAN was born in 1844 in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada. He died on 31 Oct 1892 in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada.
17. HANNAH SOPHIA PARKS was born on 10 Jul 1847 in Grand Lake, New Brunswick, Canada. She died on 12 Feb 1931 in West Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada

Children of George and Hannah: George William Morgan (1874-1955), Albert E. Morgan (1875-1940), Frederick H. Morgan (1878-1961), Walter Scott Morgan (1884-1959), Harriet Ellen “Hattie” Morgan (1884-1931), Edmund Mitchell Morgan (1885-1934), Ernest Morgan (1887-1965), Emma May Morgan (1889-1891)

34. WILLIAM PARKS was born in 1807 in Moose Island, Main River, Canada. He died on 3 Jan 1881 in Cambridge Narrows, New Brunswick, Canada. He was buried in 1881 in Baptist Cemetary, Johnson, Queens Co., New Brunswick.
35. HARRIETT KNIGHT was born on 17 May 1817 in Burton, Sunbury Co., New Brunswick, Canada. She died on 24 Jul 1898 in Cambridge Narrows, New Brunswick, Canada. She was buried in 1898 in Baptist Cemetary, Johnson, Queens Co., New Brunswick.

Children of William and Harriet: Samuel David Parks (1836-1885), Margaret Anne Parks (1841-1916), James Frederick “Black Jim” Parks (1843-1928), Harriet Parks (1843-?), Hannah Sophia Parks (1847-1931), Ada Parks (1860-?)

68. DAVID PARKS was born in 1770 in Kingswood Township, Hunterdon Co., New Jersey. He died in 1854/1861 in St. George, Charlotte, New Brunswick, Canada.
69. PHOEBE ELLIS was born about 1769. She was christened on 15 Mar 1796 in Gagetown, New Brunswick, Canada. She died in New Brunswick, Canada

Children of David and Phoebe: Mary Parks (1797-1877), Hannah Parks (1798-1836), Nancy Parks (abt 1802-?), William Parks (1807-1881), Jonah Parks (abt 1810-?), Francis Amilea Parks (abt 1811-?), Daniel D. Parks (abt 1818-1881/1891), Sarah Parks (1815-aft 1901)

136. NATHANIEL PARKS was born about 1738 in Kingswood Township, Hunterdon Co., New Jersey. He died in 1818 in New Brunswick, Canada.
137. MARY ELIZABETH PARLEE was born in 1740. She died in unknown.

Children of Nathaniel and Mary Elizabeth: Nathan Parks (1775-1843), Rachel Parks (1777-1794), Joseph Parks (abt 1760-?), Sarah Parks (abt 1763-1844), John Parks (1765-1854), Jonathan Parks (1767-1855), David Parks (1770-1854/1861), Mary Parks (abt 1773-1849)

272. JONAH PARKS was born about 1703. He died in 1777/1778 in Kingswood Township, Hunterdon Co., New Jersey.
273. Unknown STOUT died unknown.

Children of Jonah and Unknown: Nathaniel Parks (abt 1738-1818), Jonah Parks, Jr. (abt 1739/1742-?), Roger Parks (1741/1755-?), Sarah Parks (1743/1745 – ?), David Parks (abt 1740/1743-?), William Parks (abt 1747-?), Joshias Parks (1747-?), Jonathan Parks (1749-?), Ozias Parks (1757-?)

544. ROGER PARKS was born in 1664 in Nottingham Co., England. He died in 1755 in West Jersey, New Jersey.
545. Lady JANE STOUT was born in 1675. She died unknown

Children of Roger and Jane: Joseph Parks (1694-1753), Sarah Parks (1695-?), Grace Parks (1697-1771), William Parks (1699-1764), Keziah Parks (1701-?), Jonah Parks (abt 1703-1777/1778)

1088. ROGER PARKS was born about 1630 in Nottingham Co., England. He died after 1677.
Children of Roger: Roger Parks (1664-1755), John Parks (1667-?), Anne Parks (1668-?)

From Bissett-Cook families (Bev Barney) 2010

In 1677 the ship Kent brought 230 passengers to Burlington from the Northern Counties of England. There is no record of names on these people but the time is right for when Burlington was settled. The ship Kent sailed across the bay and unloaded 230 passengers out of a total of 270, many of these were from the Northern Counties. See the Krnt. This would include Nottingham where our Parkes families lived. They are included in ‘First Settlers of Ye Plantations of Piscataway and Woodbridge’ by Orra Eugene Merrits, B.A.

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Monday Madness – a few of them Morgans

This is an excerpt from a letter, referring to the children of George William Morgan (1844-1892) that I’ve stumbled upon. A generation where TWO of the boys ended up in an “Insane Asylum”. How interesting! What was going on with this family?

Happy Monday Madness!

Hannah Sophia Parks
by Audrey Bissett Swift 4/1998

My grandmother, Hannah Sophia Parks was born in 1848 at Grand Lake, New Brunswick. In 1872 she married George Morgan, a butcher, in Saint John. During her married life she lived on King Street, Guilford Street, and St. James Street: all in West Saint John.

She had six sons and two daughters. William, the oldest, was born in 1873 and Emma, the youngest was born in 1889. Emma died as an infant and so Hannah was left with 7 children who lived into adulthood. My mother [Harriet] was blamed for Emma’s death for she had taken Emma up into the hay loft and then she dropped Emma who landed on her head after falling to ground level. Emma died a few months later.

A turning point in Hannah’s life and the lives of her children was when her husband died of TB in the fall of 1892.

…Hannah was troubled with rheumatism during the period that I knew her. Her father also suffered from this affection. She spent most of her time sitting in a rocking chair and when she walked, she would use a cane and shuffle along.

When her husband died the oldest son, William (Willie) was 19 years old. He took over all the decision making responsibilities for the family. My mother [Harriet] was 8 or 9 years old at this time. She was taken out of school and placed in a sewing factory where she learned to become a seamstress. When we were young she made all our clothes right down to the underwear. When she was 14, Charles Bissett age 23, asked her to marry him. She refused and he went to her brother William and he gave permission. He informed Hattie that the family would no longer support her. Hattie relented and was married shortly after.

During this time, William ran the business of supplying meat to butchers in West Saint John and Saint John. ….

The next son was Albert (Allie) who worked for the Postal Service, was unmarried and always lived with Nana. He was very odd and in hind sight I cannot understand how he held a job. He never talked and his room was off limits. He had a parrot that would scream ‘get out’ when the door was opened. As children we would sneak into his room when he was not home. The walls were covered with stuffed animal heads. At one time Allie had a live monkey and we were scared to death of it. Finally the monkey learned to open the door and Allie had to keep the door locked. One day he forgot to lock the door and the monkey got out room and then out of the house. Allie never found his monkey. Allie lived in the house after Nana died. One night there was a fire in his room and he died. All the neighbors knew that he kept his money buried on the property, and when the family got to the house the yard was dug over. Days later there were a few new cars in the neighborhood.

Walter was the next son and he moved to the Pennsylvania. He married and had three children. He was a carpenter. Later he moved to Malden, MA and his two daughters lived in Melrose, MA and where known to their cousins. His son, Harold Morgan, lived in Hawaii.

Next came Mitchel. As a young man, he found work in Toledo, Ohio. He never married. He had some mental problem in Ohio and my mother was contacted. As he was Canadian, he couldn’t be hospitalized in the States. She arranged for him to come from Ohio to Massachusetts on the train and he stayed with us for a while. One day while in Malden center, he took off all his clothes and was brought home by the police. My mother then took him to Saint John were he was institutionalized at the Fairville Insane Asylum. Every once in a while Nana would bring Mitchel home and he would end up smashing the plate glass window in the store. After the second time, she never brought him home again. He spent his whole life in Fairville. When we would visit, Mitchel would always say that he didn’t belong there with mental patients and he wasn’t like them.

The next to the youngest son was Fred. He left home at an early age and went to Montreal. There he married a French woman with children. After Allie died in the fire, Fred came home and took over the house. He raised angora rabbits for fur and meat. After the death of his wife, her sister lived with him. Later when Fred died, she stayed on and lived alone in the upper floor of the house….

Ernest was the youngest son. He left home at an early age to go out to western Canada with the harvesters. He had a mental breakdown while with the harvesters and was returned to Saint John. His condition must have been worse than Mitchel’s, as he was never brought home. He spent his entire life in Fairville Insane Asylum. When we would visit him he would just sit there and never say anything. Ernest never married.

Surname Listing – ROBSON (England)

I’m counting down my son’s ancestors, working with his 2nd Great-Grandparents.

Today…. #9… Katie Evelyn ROBSON
4 generations of ROBSON connected through:

4. Ernest S. Morgan (1912-1950)
5. Anne Rose Stone (?)

8. GEORGE WILLIAM MORGAN was born in 1874 in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada. He died in 1955 in Tampa, Florida.
9. KATIE EVELYN ROBSONwas born on 12 Sep 1879 in New Brunswick, Canada. She died in 1966 in Seattle, Washington

Children of George and Katie: Edith Emily Morgan (1897-1979), Arthur Murray Morgan (1898-aft 1930), Frank William Morgan (1900-?), Willard Ernest Morgan (1902-1980), John Robert Dudley Morgan (1904-1960), May E. Morgan (1908-1982), Doris Evelyn Morgan (1905-1987), Ernest S. Morgan (1912-1950), Walter S. Morgan (abt 1913-?)

18. JOHN P. ROBSON was born on 20 Apr 1850 in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada. He died on 27 Dec 1929 in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada. He was buried in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada.
19. EVA CATHERINE GREEN was born on 15 Jul 1854 in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada. She died on 10 Mar 1936 in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada. She was buried in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada.

Children of John and Eva: Grace Isabell Robson (1875-?), Mabel Almetta Robson (1876-1898), Katie Evelyn Robson (1879-1966), Jennie Louise Robson (1883-1910), John Harry Robson (1884-1980), Bertha Elizabeth Robson (1885-?), Ella Maude Robson (1888-aft 1936), Arthur Wellesley Adams Robson (1891-1977), Frank Douglas Eugene Robson (1893-1972), Eva Martha Edith Robson (1895-1936)

36. JOHN P. ROBSON was born in 1813 in Devonshire, England. He died on 16 Mar 1896 in West Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada. He was buried in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada.
37. MABEL JONES was born on 29 Apr 1814 in Helmsley, Yorkshire, England. She died on 26 Jan 1892 in West Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada. She was buried in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada

Children of John and Mable: John Robson (1850-1929)

72. JOHN ROBSON was born on 2 Feb 1772 in Alstead, Cumberland, England. He died in 1867 in New Brunswick, Canada
73. Jane was born in England. She died in unknown.

Children of John and Jane: John P. Robson (abt 1813-1896), Thomas Robson (1785-1869)
**Unsure about the huge gap between children. Either something is wrong, or there are children missing.

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I just recently began researching this line so is a work in progress!! If you have any information on the Robson family, please leave me a comment!