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Haynies of Northumberland and allied families

by Dale Payne Haynie
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Glen Allen, Virginia] : D.P. Watkins, 1993
[4], 170 [i.e. 185] leaves. : geneal. tables.

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Chiefly ancestral families, relatives and descendants of the author's grandmother, Helen Irene Haynie Payne. She was born in 1895, the daughter of James Henry Haynie (1868-1964) and Nora Estelle Haynie Haynie (1875-1949) of Reedville, Northumberland County, Virginia. She married Percy Jackson Payne (1893-1960) in 1919 at Baltimore, Maryland. They had four children, 1920-1931. The family lived in the area of Richmond, Virginia. She died in 1984 and is buried i the Westhampton Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia. Descendants lived in Virginia, Arizona, and elsewhere.

Descendants include the Swisher and other related families.

Helen Irene Haynie was descended from four lines of the Haynie family, all descended from Capt. John Haynie.

Ancestors include: Captain John Haynie (ca. 1624-1697) of Northumberland County, Virginia -- Captian Thomas Berry (d. 1700) of Northumberland County, Virginia -- John Hughlett (fl. 1667) of Northumberland County, Virginia.

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