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The history of the de[s]cendants of John and Mary Henderson Havins

The history of the descendants of John and Mary Henderson Havins
Havins-Havens Association (Added Author)
Books/Monographs/Book on Film
English
New York, New York : New York Public Library Photographic Service, 1983
1 microfilm reel : map. ; 35 mm.

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Microreproduction of original published: [5th ed. San Antonio, Texas : Havins-Havens Assoc., 1963]. 48 p.

Reproduced from typescript.

John Havins was born in England and immigrated to America as a young man, before the Revolutionary War. He married Mary Henderson and they had two sons, ca. 1770-1772, born in Virginia. James Havins (ca. 1770-1822) married Sarah Miller in Greene County, Tennessee. They had eight children, 1791-1808, all born in Jefferson County, Tennessee. He died in Alabama. John Havins (b. 1772) married Katy (Catherine) Hamilton in Tennessee, ca. 1793. They had six children, 1794-1815, all born in Jefferson County, Tennessee. The two sons and their family migrated from Tennessee to Alabama. Some of the family migrated to Missouri, ca. 1829, and some of them migrated to Texas as early as 1843.

Partial contents: Those who were present at the 1962 reunion, San Antonio, Texas -- A brief history of the Havins family -- [Havins-- Havens land records] Greenville, Hunt County, Texas -- Pvt. George Little Havens (1890-1918) -- Genealogy of Silas Miller Havins family -- Jefferson Reagon Havins (1855-1921) -- [Havins--Havens] 1850-1880 census records, Texas -- Marriage, Thomas T. Havins and Louisa Crawford, Lamar County, Texas, 1845 -- Havins or Havens ?? -- William Calvin Havins (b. 1827), Alabama [family] -- Asa Francis Havins (b. 1851) [family] -- Obituaries: Lindsey Houston Havins (1915-1961), Weldon Edward Havins (1905-1962), Louise Crawford Havins (1825-1916), Martha J. Havins (d. 1962 at age 87), Annabelle Watson Havins (1898-1962), Wess Nichols (1921-1962?) -- [Peter and Patsy Havins Shanks family; Newt and Josephine Shanks Woodward family] -- [Havins--Havens and allied families] 1850-1880 census records [Missouri and Texas] -- [Havins--Havens and allied families] marriage records [Tennessee, Texas, and Missouri] -- Clay County, Missouri, marriage records, 1822-1842.

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