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From: "KayLamb" <>
Subject: Re: [Q-R] Benjamin Haines
Date: Mon, 5 Mar 2001 20:48:57 -0800
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Thanks for the info. kay
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From: Virginia Beck <>
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Sent: Sunday, March 04, 2001 2:47 PM
Subject: Re: [Q-R] Benjamin Haines


> > I am interested in the name Haines because our HINDS who came to Essex
Co
> and then Morris Co., N. J. also had their name spelled Haines. It is
> believed that Benjamin Haines of N. J. was a brother.
>
> Kay: Our Haines line is descended from Richard Haines and Margaret (LNU)
of
> Aynhoe, Northhamptonshire, Eng.
> who immigrated in 1682 on the ship "Amity". Richard died at sea, and a
son,
> Joseph, was born while the family was still at sea. Oral family history
> states that an the oldest son, John, made the journey first, in 1679. The
> three oldest sons were the earliest settlers in the area of Lumberton, NJ,
> and Thomas owned considerable property. (There is a published genealogy
> about the family "Richard Haines and His Descendants, a Quaker Family of
> Burlington County New Jersey Since 1682.)
> Regards, Virginia
>
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