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Haynes--McDonald heritage quest

by John L. Haynes, Sr
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Anchorage, Alaska : J.L. Haynes, c1995
xii, 514 p. : ill., geneal. tables, ports.

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Ancestral and related families and descendants of the author, John Lanier Haynes, Sr. He was born in 1923 at Lincolntown, Georgia, the son John Ira Haynes (1898-1972) and Lecia Mae McDonald Haynes (1901-1956). He served in the navy during World War II. He married Juanita Hunter, daughter of Robert Lockard and Delma May Hamilton Hunter of Tennessee, in 1946 at Rossville, Georgia. They had four children, 1947-1955, born in Atlanta, Georgia. The family has lived in Georgia; Beirut, Lebonon; Virginia; Japan; and elsewhere. The family moved to Alaksa in 1967 and returned there in 1978. Children and grandchildren live in Alaka and Indiana. Includes Haynes, Miller, and Yahara grandchildren.

Ancestors include: Thomas Haynes (1805-1880) of South Carolina and Hartwell, Georgia -- Bryant McDonald (ca. 1767-bef. 1860) of North Carolina and Bibb County, Alabama -- John McMillan (b. ca. 1740), a Revolutionary War soldier of Tralee, Ireland, and Orange County, Virginia -- Peter Neese (1752-1859), a Revolutionary War soldier of of Pennsylvania and South Carolina -- William B. Perkins (1799-1877) of Georgia, and Bibb County, Alabama.

Includes index.

Contents: pt. 1. Haynes & allied families: Haynes. McMullan. Neese. Skelton. Bobo. Stowers -- pt. 2. McDonald & allied families: Clan Donald. McDonald. Perkins. Woolley. Mayberry -- Pedigree charts -- Index.

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