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The John and Jane Fleming Hayner genealogy

by Laura E. Rosnagle
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Cincinnati, Ohio : John & Jane Fleming Hayner Reunion, 1983
xvi, 486 p. : ill., coat of arms, facsims., maps, ports.

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Philipp Hainer--Hüner (b.1718) emigrated from the Palatinate (via Amsterdam) to Philadelphia in 1738, and settled in York County, Pennsylvania. Two brothers, Johannes and William, immigrated later to Virginia and New Jersey. John Heiner-Hayner (1780-1860), a grandson of Philipp, moved from Pennsylvania to Frederick County, Virginia and married Jane Fleming in 1816. They later moved to Ohio, Illinois, and then settled on land near Springboro, Warren County, Ohio. Descendants and relatives lived in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Virginia, Kentucky, Ohio, Illinois, California, and elsewhere. Includes ancestry in Germany to about 1572.

Bibliographic references interspersed.

Includes index (listing Hainer, Heiner, Hüner as variant spellings).

Includes Borden, Craig, Frink, Fry, Hormell (Hormel), Leis and related families.

"A complete file [including a card index] of the family of John and Jane Fleming Hayner and related materials may be found in the Warren County Historical Museum, P.O. Box 223, Lebanon, Ohio, 45036."

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