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SARAH "SARY" HODGE
(1774-1849)
 

Sarah “Sary” Hodge was born circa 1774 in Edgecombe County, North Carolina. She was the only known daughter from Henry’s first marriage. Sarah married Christopher “Squire Kit” Haynes circa 1796 in Halifax County, North Carolina. Christopher was the son of William Haynes who lived just north of Tarboro along Deep Creek near the Edgecombe and Halifax County line. Christopher “Xpher” earliest connection with the Henry Hodges family was in January 1795 when he was listed as a witness in the selling of two tracts of land in Edgecombe County to settle the debts of Benjamin Dickens, the late sheriff of Edgecombe County. This property adjoined his father-in-law, Henry Hodge, along Fishing Creek.
 
After their marriage Sary and Kit moved to Charleston, South Carolina circa 1797. They then moved to Knoxville, Tennessee and finally settling in Livingston County in 1802. He was granted 200 acres along Deer Creek in Livingston County on April 14, 1803 and another 250 acres on June 8, 1803. He was enumerated in the 1810, 1820 and 1830 census at Salem. In 1819 Livingston County Tax Lists he is shown with 5 slaves, 2 horses, 450 acres on Deer Creek and 120 acres on Claylick Creek. Squire Kit, as he would later be called, was a farmer, soldier, surveyor, justice of the peace, and deputy sheriff.  He served briefly in the War of 1812 with his brother in law Thomas Hodge, and as a deputy sheriff with his brother in law James Hodge under Sheriff James Johnson.
 
Sary and Kit had thirteen children and lived near Salem, but later moved to Smithland. They lived in Smithland until their deaths; first Kit in 1844 and then Sary in 1849. They are buried in the Henry F. Given Family Tomb located at the Smithland Cemetery. This family would later be fictionalized in the book “Chronicles of a Kentucky Settlement” by their grandson William Courtney Watts.

Sarah Hodge Haynes
Courtesy of John Dunn of Houston, Texas


 
Will of Christopher Haynes
(Original)

 In the Name of God Amen
       I C Haynes of the County of Livingston and Commonwealth of Kentucky being
feeble in body but in Sound mind, do make this as my last Will and Testament. In 
the first place I commit my soul to God that give it and my body to the dust from 
whenceit came and for the Small wordly property it is my desire to dispose of it in 
the following manner, I give my son Marmaduke B Haynes about 150 acres of my
land Beginning on my Corner being the South West Corner to Henry W Woods near
my hog pen Thence with said Woods line to his corner and corner to James or Jonathan
Rutter thence with Rutters line to his corner and corner to David Woods
thence a Straight line to the line opposite my old Tobacco house thence
with the old line. Crossing my pond near my house to the Beginning
the balance of my tract of land I give to my Son E P Haynes by his
giving my daughter Sarah Haynes $150. I give to my wife during her life
or widowhood a part of the Land I have given to my son E P Haynes Beginning
on the old line opposite my Tobacco house thence across to the Tobacco House to
Mr I Shelby’s line all the farm Eastwardly and as much Timber as she may want
and if she wishes to Clear more Land she shall be at liberty also my wife
is to have my Negros Peter and Fanny during her life or widowhood also
to dispose of my household and Kitchen furniture as She may think proper.
I claim no horse or sheep My cattle and hogs and corn is to pay my
depts or as far as it will go, at the death of my wife Peter and Fan
is to be sold and the money is to be Equally divided between all my
children. I give to my daughter Sarah my Negro Girl Ellen for her
and her heirs forever and not to be sold by her husband or any other
person but is to be for the use of my Said daughter Sary and her children
if she ever has any. I have heretofore given to my other children
as much as I have to those I have mentioned here except M.B Haynes
and have given him This much owning to his living where he hath been
taking care of me and will see to his mother. I leave my son M B
Haynes my whole Executor to this last Will and Testament
Given under my hand this 10th day of December 1843.
My handwriting is well known therefore I have no witnesses
                                                                           /s/  C Haynes (seal)
 
           Kentucky Livingston County Sct
     I James S Dallum Clerk of the Court for the County and State aforesaid
do hereby Certify that the foregoing last Will and Testament of C Haynes
was on this day produced for Open Court snd proven by the oaths of Blount
Hodge  Bird Jameson and H P Williams to be wholly and entirely in the hand
writing signature and all of C Haynes and ordered to be Recorded
Whereupon I have truly recorded the same and this Certificate in my
said office.  Given under my hand this 6th day of January 1845.
                                                                      /s/    Jas S. Dallum

The Children of Sarah Hodge and Christopher Haynes
 
Harriet Haynes, the eldest, was born September 27, 1797 in Charleston, South Carolina. She married Arthur Love in April 1816 in Livingston County, Kentucky. The bond for the marriage was given by John E. Coleman on April 26, 1816 and it states that the couple where both from Livingston County. No return was made to the clerk.  Arthur was born January 15, 1795 at Fishing Creek, York County, South Carolina. He was the son of Andrew Love and Ann Latimore, early pioneers of Livingston County.

The couple resided in the Hurricane Community, present day Crittenden County, where Arthur owned a sizeable farm and had in his possession a number of slaves. They had the following children (in birth order): Emily, James, Andrew, William, Robert, Sarah, Nancy, Arthur, Emilus, Evalina and Joseph.
  
Arthur wrote his will on January 8, 1853 and died the following month. He is buried at the Hurricane Cemetery in Crittenden County. Harriet died September 20, 1880 at the home of her son Emilus in Livingston County.
                                                    
Crittenden County, Kentucky Will Book 1, page 42 & 43.
January 8, 1853

I Arthur Love being now in possesion of my natural mind and knowing the sertenty of death 
and the uncertainty of life do make my last will and testament in manner and form following to 
wit in sure and certain hope of reserescting to Eternal life through our LordJesus Christ I commit 
my Body to the dust to be buried in the most plain and decent maner and knowing in whoom I 
have beleived being persuaded that he will keep which I have committed unto Him in the fullest
assureance of faith I commend my sole into the Hands of the ever being Jesus in Whose complete 
and everlasting righteousness I entirely depent
1st In respect to my worldly matters I bequeath to my wife Harriet all my personal property during 
her natural lifetime but it is my request that she give to my sons Arther D & Emilus& Joseph one 
Horse Saddle & bridle each as they become of age
2nd I give to my son Andrew L Love my negro man Moses by him paying to my son James one 
Hundred dollars
3 I give to my son Robert my negro man Bob by his paying to my son James one hundred & fifty dollars
4th I give to my sons Arthur D Love my negro Eligah By his paying one Hundred dollars to my son James
5th I give to my son Emilius my negro man Alfred by his paying to my son Thomoses Children one 
Hundred dollars to be appropriated to help to school them
6th I give to my son James the two Hundred that he is due me
7th I also give son Joseph W L my negro buoy Sam also my negro girl Hester Ann.
8th It is my will that if either of my sons dies before they have families and die without a will their property
is to be divided betwen their Brothers it is not to go out of the family.
9th I give to my wife Harriet my negro woman Agga My negro woman Charity My negro girl Caroline 
to dispose of as she thinks best. My negro man Eligah & Alfred is also toRemain with Her as long as she 
thinks best. My wife is to have the land that I now live on as long as she wishes to live on it annd when my 
wife dies or wishes to leave the place it is to be equally divided between my three youngest sons. I will that my 
black man James is set free. I will also that if my wife Harriet fales to make a will the black girls named above 
is to be equally divided between my three Daughters by Havey Brige paying my DaughtersEmily & Sally Ann 
fifty Dollars Each, they are not to be sold but to be divided by some disinterested persons and then drawn for 
except the Heirs can do it themselves
I also will that my wife has all the money that is coming to me I also will that if my wife dies without a will that 
all the parishable property be sold and equally divided between the children
I will that Robert H Haynes gives up the money and notes that that belongs to my Servant Abram to the following 
persons to wit. The note against S F Young is to be given to my Executor, the note against Richard Elson is to 
be given to the said Elson. I will also that the money be given my son Andrew L. Love to be divided as Abram 
directed I will also that if my wife & my sons James and La** think best to sell the land they are at Liberty to 
do so at any time
Atest. R. A. Love
Harvey Briggs

Arthur Love

I Berry S. Young clerk of the county court for said county hereby certify that on the 14th day of Feb 1853 
This last will and testament of Arthur Love was produced in open court and proven to be the act and deed 
of said testator by the oaths of R A Love & HarveyBriggs subscribing Witnesses thereto whereupon same 
was ordered to be recorded same with this certificate is duly recorded in my office Given under my hand this 
22nd day of July 1853
Berry S. Young clk
 

Nancy Haynes was born January 18, 1800 in Knox County, Tennessee. She married Randolph Mott on March 30, 1819 in Livingston County, Kentucky. She died that same year and no known children were born from this union.

 
Thomas Haynes, a lawyer and farmer by trade, was born November 13, 1801 in East Tennessee (the 1860 census reports his birth place as being Hawkins County) and died February 15, 1864 in Jackson County, Texas. His first marriage was to Emma Henry of Christian County, Kentucky and they had three known children: Daniel who was born in Hopkinsville, Sally E. and Henry who died in May 1838 and buried near Salem, Kentucky. Emma died on March 3, 1836 and on July 19, 1836 he married his second wife, Celia Ann Webb of Louisiana in Caldwell County, Kentucky. They had six known children. Christopher was born in Caldwell County, Amos and Arthur was born in St. Landry Parish, Louisiana. Robert was born in New Orleans, Louisiana. Blanche and Zeide were born in Jackson County, Texas. Thomas bought land in Jackson County in 1845, when Texas was still a republic. By 1860 he was one of the ten wealthiest men in Jackson County.
 

William Bryant Haynes was born January 18, 1804 near Salem, Livingston County, Kentucky. He was a steamboat clerk by occupation and never married. He died July 15, 1830 in Fulton County, Kentucky and his body was bought back to Smithland, Kentucky for burial.
 

Robert Henry Haynes was born October 5, 1805 near Salem, Livingston County, Kentucky. He died January 9, 1881 in Crittenden County and buried at the Repton Cemetery. He married Pernecia Fulton Young on January 28, 1829 in Livingston County by the Rev. J.N. Kilpatrick. Consent was given on January 25, 1829 “Mr. Ro. C. Bigham, Clerk, You will please issue a licence for an intended marriage between R.H. Haynes and my Daughter Pernicia F. Young.” Signed by Sarah Young (x) her mark. Pernecia, better known as Miss Necie, was born August 18, 1810 in Livingston County and died July 25, 1885 in Crittenden County and was buried next to Robert. To this union was born the following children: Robert Fulton, Sarah Catherine, Pernecia Henretta, Nelly A., William Duke, Thomas F., and Mary E.
 
The Crittenden Press (Marion, Ky.) January 12, 1881- We are again called upon to chronicle the death of an 
old land mark, that for three quarters of a century has been an index-finger to the early history of this county, 
Mr. Robert H. Haynes breathed his last, Sunday Morning, Jan. 9th, and the spirit which had dwelt so long 
among the sons of men, departed to rest in peace and happiness with its maker. Mr. Haynes was born in this 
(then Livingston) County, Oct. 5, 1805. In 1829 he married to Pernecia Young. He joined the Methodist Church 
as a seeker after eternal life in 1835, and in the autumn of 1836 professed religion at the Old Hurricane Camp 
Grounds, Mr. Haynes was connected with the early historical events of this county. He was a member of the 
first court held in Crittenden and in 1847 became Sheriff by virtue of his office, being then the oldest magistrate.

 
Marmaduke B. Haynes was born November 22, 1807 near Salem, Livingston County, Kentucky and died November 10, 1862 in Crittenden County, Kentucky. He was buried in the Haynes Cemetery which is located near Hurricane Church in Crittenden County. His first marriage was on November 29, 1836 in Golconda, Pope County, Illinois to Mariah Jane “Maria” Young. She was born March 10, 1818 in Livingston County and died February 20, 1846 in Crittenden Co., Ky. and was buried in the Hayes Cemetery. His second marriage was in 1849 to Ann H. Brents. She was born September 5, 1825 and died January 31, 1897 in Crittenden County. She is buried in the Hurricane Cemetery. To his first marriage were children: S.W., Lucinda Watts, Christopher Young and S.Y. To his second marriage were children: William W., Sallie T., Mary E., Adeline M., Robert R., John G. and Nellie D.
  

Evalina A. “Eve” Haynes was born November 7, 1809 near Salem, Livingston County, Kentucky and died March 29, 1885 at Salem, Livingston County at the home of her daughter Adeline Given (Summers) Green. She married Joseph Summers on May 8, 1827 in Livingston County. Joseph was born June 27, 1805 in Washington County, Kentucky and died February 13, 1876 at Griggsville, Pike County, Illinois. To this union was born the following children: Caroline Elizabeth, Edward Kelroy, William Haynes, Adeline Given, George S., Henry G., Nancy R., Joanna, Rufus B., Sarah Elizabeth, Emmaline and Ella F.
 
 "Dear Sir Yours of yesterday I received last evening stating the Mr. Jo. Summers apllyed to you for license and you thoght I  had forgot the law making it nessary for the justification of the clerk to have the consent of the parent or guardian. I knew  "Dear Sir Yours of yesterday I received last evening stating the Mr. Jo. Summers apllyed to you for license and you thoght I there was such a law but as I have had two daughters married and never being applyed to before did not think it would be nesscary as no person could procicute but myself, You are thereby at liberty to issue to the sd Summers a license to marry my daughter Evelina. 
Your Friend"  /s/ C. Haynes. May 8, 1827.


Evalina Haynes Summers
                                   Courtesy of Neslon Teichmann of Peoria, Ill.

Lucinda D. Haynes was born February 17, 1812, near Salem, Livingston County, Kentucky. She died July 30, 1892 at Memphis, Tennessee and was buried at Smithland Cemetery in Smithland Livingston County, Kentucky. She married July 11, 1827 in Livingston County to Joseph Watts. He was born October 15, 1794 at Hillsboro, North Carolina and died April 5, 1869 at his home in Westwood, near Smithland, Livingston County, Kentucky. He was buried in the Smithland Cemetery. Lucinda and Joseph had the following children: Christopher Columbus, William Courtney, Mary Duke, Sarah, Elizabeth, Thomas Haynes, Joseph Haynes, David B., Arabella, John Jay, Augusta Given and Isaac Linn,
 

Adeline C. Haynes was born April 14, 1814 near Salem, Livingston County, Kentucky. She married Henry Fayette Given on December 25, 1832 in Livingston County. Bondsman for the marriage was Dr. James A. Whyte. Dr. Whyte was the first master of the Salem Masonic Lodge. Henry was the son of Judge Dickson Given (Livingston Co., Ky. WB A, pgs. 130-132) and wife Nancy Davis. Henry, along with David B. Sanders, William A. Lee, Tom H. Davis and his brother-in-law Joseph Watts were owners of the Section Dock Company of Smithland which was incorporated by An Act of the Kentucky General Assembly in 1856. He was also part owner of the Watts-Given Company. The company shipped goods along the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers on its steamboats and had offices in Smithland, Paducah, St. Louis and New Orleans. He was also a large land and slave owner in both Smithland and New Orleans.
 
The couple moved to New Orleans where Henry opened an office for his firm Given, Watts and Company (cotton brokers). While living in New Orleans she had a set of six silver goblets made for each of her brothers and sisters. They were lined with gold with the name of the recipient, her name, date and place inscribed in English script on the side. The original intent was that each goblet would be given to the eldest child in each family and descent in like matter.
 
The couple had no known children. She died on January 9, 1860 in New Orleans and her body was bought back to Smithland. She was laid to rest in the H.F. Given Family Tomb located in the Smithland Cemetery. Henry died October 13, 1873 and his body was also returned to Smithland and laid next to Adeline.
 
From the Nashville Christian Advocate (Nashville, Tn.) dated February 16, 1860 - ADALINE C. GIVEN w/o Henry F. Given, died Jan. 9, 1860, New Orleans, La., in her 46th year; born Livingston Co., Ky., April 30, 1814; joined MEC 1844. Buried Smithland, Ky.
 

Kelroy Haynes was born January 5, 1816 near Salem, Livingston County,Kentucky. He died on September 15, 1823 at the age of seven.
 

Emilus Palus Haynes was born August 3, 1818, near Salem, Livingston County, Kentucky. On July 30, 1846, he married Elizabeth R. Lake, daughter of John A. Lake and Elizabeth Brown. Elizabeth was born January 14, 1830 Smithland, Livingston County, Kentucky and died July 29, 1886 at Smithland. The couple had thirteen children and they are as follows in birth order: Harry Lake, George Milford, Charles Christopher “Kit”, John Abbott, Emilus Palus Jr., Mina Williamson “Minnie”, Addie Given, Elizabeth Lake, William Bell, Thomas Bruce, James Walter, Julia and Paul Jones [From the Family Bible of E.P. Haynes and Elizabeth Lake].
 
Mil was a farmer, steamboat captain and merchant He owned a wharfboat and steamboat supply store in Smithland. In 1860 he moved to Cairo, Alexander County, Illinois, where he formed a partnership with Capt. G. D. Williamson, in the same line of business, and the Williamson & Haynes Co. was organized. Nine years later he sold out his interest and returned to Smithland where he died on June 17, 1904. He is buried at the Smithland Cemetery next to his wife.
 
From the Paducah Evening Sun (Paducah, Ky.) dated June 18, 1904
CAPT. HAYNES DEAD. WELL KNOWN RESIDENT OF SMITHLAND PASSES AWAY. 
Captain Mil Haynes, one of the oldest residents of Livingston county, died yesterday afternoon 
at his house in Smithland, of old age. He was about 82 years old and leaves several children,
 as follows: Mrs. Frank Phillips, of Paducah; Mr. Kit Haynes, of Cairo; Mrs. Addie Dunn, of Smithland, 
and Mr. Harry Haynes, of Texas
 
From the Nashville Christian Advocate (Nashville, Tn.) dated September 4, 1886
ELIZABETH L. HAYNES daughter of John and Elizabeth Lake, born Smithland, Ky., Jan. 14, 1830; 
married E. P. Haynes, July 30, 1846; died July 29, 1886.
 
Christopher Haynes Jr. was born April 14, 1820 near Salem, Livingston County, Ky. He died approximately nine month later on January 10, 1821.
 
Sarah C. Haynes was born Feb. 27, 1823, near Salem, Livingston County,Kentucky. She was married Henry W. Evertson on April 24, 1844 at Smithland. Consent was given by her father as more of an introduction to the clerk for Henry since she was over twenty-one: “Dear Sir; the Barer Mr. Henry Everson will apply to you a Licence to marry my Daughter Sarah. She is 21 years old 27th of Feb last. Therefore she is free by the Law of this State to Choose for you herself. Your friend.” Signed C. Haynes. “N.B. (same as P.S.) He is a stranger in Smithland you will please to attend to him while in your town.” Henry was born 1817 in New York State and moved to Livingston County prior to his marriage to Sarah. The couple moved to Union County, Kentucky soon after their marriage. In the 1850 census Henry was listed as a merchant with stock valued at $1000. By 1860 they were back living at Smithland where he was listed as a farmer. He died Sept. 1869 at Carrsville, Kentucky from Apoplexy (paralysis due to a stroke). Sarah continued to reside there until her death in April 1891. During their marriage Sarah and Henry had the following children: Oscar Given, George Christopher, Sarah Henry, Elizabeth H., Thurston Wilcox, John R., Clara G. and Elizabeth Lake.



SARAH “Sary” HODGE, b. ca. 1774, near Fishing Creek, Edgecombe Co., NC; d. Jun. 11, 1849, 
Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky. at age 76; bur. Smithland Cem. Livingston Co. Ky.; m. ca. 
1796, CHRISTOPHER “Squire Kit” HAYNES (b. Apr. 10, 1774, near Deep Creek, Edgecombe Co., NC; 
d. Dec. 14, 1844, Smithland, Livingston Co. Ky.; buried Smithland Cem., Livingston Co. Ky.) son of 
William Haynes. 
Known issue: 

1.  HARRIET HAYNES, b. Sept. 22, 1797, Charleston, SC. ; d. Sept. 20, 1880, Smithland, Livingston 
     Co., Ky.; m. Apr. 28, 1816, Livingston Co. Ky., ARTHUR LOVE (b. Jan. 15, 1785, Fishing Creek, 
     York Co., SC.; d. Feb. 10, 1853, Crittenden Co., Ky.; bur. Hurricane Cem., near Tolu, Crittenden 
     Co., Ky.) son of Andrew Love and Ann Latimore. 
     Issue: 

     (1).  EMILY HARRIET LOVE, b. Mar. 15, 1817, Livingston Co. Ky.; d. Sept. 7, 1864, near 
             Weston, Crittenden Co. Ky.; bur. Mapleview Cem., Marion, Crittenden Co., Ky.; m. Dec. 9, 
             1832, Livingston Co. Ky.,JOHN NUNN (b. Mar. 12, 1812, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. May 16, 
             1899, Bells Mines, Crittenden Co., Ky.; bur. Mapleview Cem., Marion, Crittenden Co., Ky.) 
              son of Ira Nunn and Sarah Livingston. 

    (2).   JAMES C. LOVE, b. Feb. 20, 1819, Livingston Co. Ky.; d. Jul. 12, 1862, Goliad, Tx.; m. Feb. 
             1, 1843, Crittenden Co., Ky., ELLEN P. HUEY (b. Jan. 18, 1824; d. Oct. 29, 1865, Kaufman, 
             Tx.) dau. of Robert Huey and Eliza Calhoun. 


    (3).   ANDREW LACY “Asa” LOVE, b. Jul. 30, 1821, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Nov. 4, 1880, Fords 
             Ferry, Crittenden Co., Ky.; m. 1st Nov. 16, 1845, SARAH H. BRENTS (b. May 29, 1823; d. 
             Feb. 14, 1845; bur. Hurricane Cem., near Tolu, Crittenden Co., Ky.); m. 2nd Apr. 12, 
             1848,HARRIET S. CROMWELL (b. 1825, Ky.; d. 1883, Fords Ferry, Crittenden Co., Ky.). 


    (4).   WILLIAM THOMAS LOVE, b. Oct. 14, 1823, Livingston Co., Ky; d. Jul. 19, 1850; m. Mar. 
             17, 1842, CAROLINE BRICE (d. 1849) dau. of John Brice. 

    (5).   ROBERT A. LOVE, b. May 10, 1826, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. May 20, 1864, Livingston Co., 
             Ky.; bur. Slayden Cem., Livingston Co., Ky,; m. Dec. 11, 1851, Livingston Co., Ky., MARY 
             ANGELINA “Polly” PARMELEY, dau. of Ephraim Parmley and Parmelia Wilson. 

    (6).   SARAH ANN LOVE, b. Mar. 19, 1829, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Dec. 17, 1853, Union Co., Ky.; 
             m. Feb. 6, 1850, THOMAS A. BUCKHAM (b. 1820, Ky.) 

    (7).   NANCY ADELINE “Addie” LOVE, b. Jan. 30, 1831, Livingston Co., Ky; d. 1920, Los 
            Angeles Co., Calif.; m. Jul. 12, 1848, Livingston Co., Ky., HARVEY BRIGGS (b. Aug. 4, 
            1823, NY.; d. Jan. 1, 1897, Los Angeles Co., Calif.) 
 
    (8).   ARTHUR D. LOVE, b. Feb. 18, 1833, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Nov. 7, 1857, Crittenden Co., 
            Ky.; bur. Hurricane Cem., near Tolu, Crittenden Co., Ky. (Death record gives date of Nov. 9, 
            1857. His headstone states he was "24 yrs 8 mos 17 das" when he died) 

    (9).   EMILUS KELROY LOVE, b. May 18, 1835, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. 1909, Livingston Co., Ky.; 
            m. 1st Dec. 22, 1858, Livingston Co., Ky.,MARIAH PHILLIPS (d. Apr. 1869); m. 2nd Nov. 10, 
            1869, Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky., NINA B. “Nincy” RANKIN (b. Nov. 1842, Ind.; d. aft. 
            1910). 

   (10).   EVALINA LOVE, b. ca. 1837, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Dec. 26, 1838, Livingston Co., Ky. 

   (11).   REV. JOSEPH WATTS “Joe” LOVE, b. Nov. 18, 1839, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. aft. 1910.; m. 
             1st Dec. 4, 1862, Livingston Co., Ky., E.C. HURLEY (b. 1841, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Jan. 13, 
             1868), dau. of William Hurley; m. 2nd Aug. 22, 1872, MELINDA ELLEN SNODDY (b. Sept. 
             28, 1842, Barren Co., Ky.; d. Feb. 28, 1910, Bowling Green, Warren Co., Ky.; bur. Riverside 
             Cem., Hopkinsville, Christian Co., Ky.) dau. of Carey Allen Snoddy and Harriet Harlan. 

            The Hopkinsville Kentuckian (Hopkinsville, Ky.) March 3, 1910 
            Mrs. Malinda Love 
            Mrs. Malinda Love, wife of Rev. J.W. Love, a retired Methodist minister of the Louisville conference, died
            Monday at her home in Bowling [Green], after a long illness of tuberculosis, aged 70 years. The remains 
            were brought here  and interred in Riverside cemetery Tuesday. Burial service was held at the grave by
            Dr. Geo. H. Means and Rev. J.L. Kilgore. Rev. Love was stationed at Lafayette several years ago and 
            while in this county two of their children died and were buried here. 

2.  NANCY HAYNES, b. Jan. 8, 1800, Knox Co., Tn.; d. 1819, Salem, Livingston Co., Ky.; m. Mar. 30, 
     1819, Livingston Co., Ky., RANDOLPH MOTT. 

3. THOMAS HAYNES, b. Nov., 13, 1802, Hawkins Co., Tn.; d. Feb. 15, 1864, Jackson Co., Tx.; m. 
     1st 1827, EMMA HENRY (d. Mar 3, 1836); m. 2nd Sept. 19, 1836, Caldwell Co., Ky., CELIA ANN 
     WEBB (b. ca. 1821, East Feliciana Parish, La.). Updated research on Thomas Haynes courtesy 
     of Carolyn R. Haynes

4.  WILLIAM BRYANT HAYNES, b. Jan. 18, 1804, Salem, Livingston Co., Ky. .; d. Jul. 15, 1830, 
     Fulton Co., Ky.; bur. Smithland Cem. Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky. Occupation: Steamboat clerk. 
     Never married. 

5.  ROBERT HENRY HAYNES, b. Oct. 5, 1805, Salem, Livingston Co., Ky. ; d. Jan. 9, 1881, 
     Crittenden Co., Ky.; bur. Repton Cem., Crittenden Co., Ky.; m. Jan. 28, 1829, Livingston Co., 
     Ky., PERNECIA FULTON YOUNG (b. Aug. 18, 1810, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Jul. 25, 1885, 
     Crittenden Co., Ky.; bur. at Repton Cem., Crittenden Co., Ky.) 
     Issue: 

     (1). ROBERT FULTON HAYNES, b. 1831, Livingston Co., Ky.; Oct. 19, 1896, Deland, Volusia 
           Co.,Fla.; bur. Mapleview Cem., Marion, Crittenden Co., Ky.; m. Feb. 16, 1854, Clay Co., 
           Ky., ANNA CHASTAIN (b. Sept. 8, 1833, Clay Co., Ky.; d. Oct. 29, 1904, Marion, Crittenden 
           Co., Ky.; bur. Mapleview Cem., Marion, Crittenden Co., Ky.) dau. of Samuel Chastain. 

     (2). SARAH CHRISTOPHER “Kitty” HAYNES, b. Sept. 11, 1831, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Apr. 2, 
           1917, Sullivan, Union Co., Ky.; bur. Mt. Pleasant Cem., Sullivan, Union Co., Ky.; m. Mar. 21, 
           1853, Crittenden. Co., Ky., THOMAS LIVINGSTON NUNN (b. Aug. 3, 1825, Livingston 
           Co., Ky.; d. Jan. 15, 1880, Crittenden Co., Ky.; bur. Nunn Cem., Crittenden Co., Ky.) son of 
           Ira Nunn and Sarah Livingston. 

     (3). PERNECIA HENRETTA HAYNES, b. Mar. 1846, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Jul. 1, 1917, 
            Lexington, Fayette Co., Ky.; bur. Lexington Cem., Lexington, Fayette Co., Ky.; m. Oct. 27, 
            1864, Crittenden Co., Ky.,GEORGE SIDNEY DRAKE (b. Jan. 18, 1844, Logan Co., Ky.; d. 
            Feb. 19, 1909, Lexington, Fayette Co., Ky.; Lexington Cem., Lexington, Fayette Co., Ky.) 
            son of William R. Drake. 

     (4). NELLY A. HAYNES, b. Apr. 3, 1836, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Jan. 12, 1850, Crittenden Co., 
            Ky.; bur. Haynes Cem., Crittenden Co., Ky. 

     (5). WILLIAM DUKE HAYNES, b. Jan. 18, 1839, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Mar. 18, 1913, Marion, 
            Crittenden Co., Ky. (struck by railroad train); bur. Mapleview Cem., Marion, Crittenden Co., 
            Ky.; m. Oct. 18, 1864, Crittenden Co., Ky., MARY ELIZABETH BLACK (b. Aug. 15, 1845; d.
            Mar. 21, 1939, Oklahoma City, Okla.; bur. Mapleview Cem., Marion, Crittenden Co., Ky.) 
            dau. of Nathan Black and Mary Willis. 

     (6). THOMAS F. HAYNES, b. Sept. 7, 1841, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Mar. 25, 1850, Crittenden 
            Co., Ky. 

     (7). MARY E. HAYNES, b. Aug. 15, 1845, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. May 21, 1939; bur. Mapleview 
            Cem., Marion, Crittenden Co., Ky. 

6.  MARADUKE B. HAYNES, b. Nov. 22, 1807, Salem, Livingston Co., Ky. .; d. Nov. 10, 1862, 
     Crittenden Co., Ky.; bur. Haynes Cem., near Tolu, Crittenden Co., Ky.; m. 1st Nov. 29, 1836, 
     Golconda, Pope Co., Ill., MARIAH JANE “Maria” YOUNG (b. Mar. 10, 1818, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. 
     Feb. 20, 1846, Crittenden Co., Ky.; bur. Hayes Cem., near Tolu, Crittenden Co., Ky.); m. 
     2nd 1849, ANN H. BRENTS (b. Sept. 5, 1825; d. Jan. 31, 1897, Crittenden Co., Ky.; bur. Hurricane 
     Cem., Crittenden Co., Ky.). 
     Issue 1st marriage: 

     (1). S.W. HAYNES, b. ca. 1839, Livingston Co., Ky. 

     (2). LUCINDA WATTS HAYNES, b. 1840, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. 1892; m. 1867, DR. JOSEPH 
           CHRISTOPHER BOURLAND 

    (3). CHRISTOPHER YOUNG HAYNES, b. 1842, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. 1910, Miss. 

    (4). S.Y. HAYNES, b. ca. 1843, Livingston Co., Ky. 

    Issue 2nd marriage: 

    (5). WILLIAM W. HAYNES, b. Aug. 8, 1849, Crittenden Co., Ky.; d. Mar. 20, 1850, Crittenden 
           Co., Ky.; bur. Haynes Cem., Crittenden Co., Ky. 

    (6). SARAH T. “Sallie” HAYNES, b. 1850, Crittenden Co., Ky.; d. Sept. 8, 1932 (cancer); bur. 
           Chapel Hill Cem., Crittenden Co., Ky.; m. Jan. 30, 1871, Crittenden Co., Ky., THOMAS 
           MARION HILL (b. Aug. 5, 1848, Crittenden Co., Ky.; d. Nov. 5, 1933; bur. Chapel Hill Cem., 
           Crittenden Co., Ky.) 

    (7). MARY E. “Molly” HAYNES, b. 1852, Crittenden Co., Ky.; m. FRANCIS DANIELS 

    (8). ADELINE M. “Addie” HAYNES, b. Feb. 7, 1854, Crittenden Co., Ky.; d. Apr. 15, 1884; bur. 
           Hurricane Cem. Crittenden Co., Ky. 

    (9). ROBERT R. HAYNES, b. 1855, Crittenden Co., Ky.; m. Mrs. GRACE C. WADE (b. 1867, 
           Ks.) 

   (10). JOHN G. HAYNES, b. 1858, Crittenden Co., Ky.; m. May 8, 1892, Crittenden Co., 
            Ky., ROSA E. CLARK (d. 1944) 

   (11). NELLIE D. HAYNES, b. Apr. 15, 1862, Crittenden Co., Ky.; d. Oct. 21, 1891, Crittenden Co., 
            Ky.; bur. Hurricane Cem., near Tolu, Crittenden Co., Ky. 

7. EVALINA HAYNES, b. Nov. 7, 1809, Salem, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Mar. 29, 1885, Salem, 
    Livingston Co., Ky.; m. May 8, 1827, Livingston Co., Ky.,JOSEPH SUMMERS (b. Jun. 27, 1805, 
    Washington Co., Ky.; d. Aug. 1876, Pike Co., Ill.) 
    Issue: 

      (1).   CAROLINE ELIZABETH SUMMERS, b. 1828, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. 1831, Livingston 
              Co., Ky. 

      (2).   EDWARD KELROY SUMMERS, b. 1829, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. 1834, Livingston Co., Ky. 

      (3).   WILLIAM HAYNES SUMMERS, b. Feb. 15, 1832, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Aug. 2, 1876; m. 
              1st Jul. 15, 1857, Livingston Co., Ky., JANE RUTTER (b. ca. 1839, Salem, Livingston Co., 
              Ky.; d. 1869; dau. of James Logan Rutter Sr. and Anne Welch; m. 2nd 1870, MARGARET 
              ANNA ABEL 

      (4).   ADELINE GIVEN SUMMERS, b. Feb. 23, 1834, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Apr. 29, 1907, 
              Livingston Co., Ky.; bur. Green Cem., Livingston Co., Ky.; m. Sept. 4, 1864, Livingston Co., 
              Ky., JACOB MILLS "Jake" GREEN (b. 1817; d. 1896) 

      (5).   REV. GEORGE S. SUMMERS, b. Mar. 10, 1836, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Jul. 8, 1916, 
              Livingston Co., Ky.; bur. Union Cem., Crittenden Co., Ky.; m. Dec. 6, 1862, SARAH A. 
              KOON (b. Jun. 22, 1847, Crittenden Co., Ky.d. Dec. 14, 1910) 

      (6).   HENRY G. SUMMERS, b. Apr. 2, 1838, Marshall Co., Miss.; d. Dec. 17, 1858, Livingston 
              Co., Ky. 

      (7).   NANCY R. SUMMERS, b. May 18, 1840, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Jul. 13, 1900, Livingston 
              Co., Ky.; buried Pinckneyville Cem., Livingston Co., Ky.; m. Jun. 4, 1861, Livingston Co., 
              Ky., REV. CARROLL HODGE (b. Nov. 21, 1827, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. May 5, 1907, Little 
              Rock, Pulaski Co., Ark.) son of Peyton Randolph Hodge and Sarah Owen. 

      (8).    JOANNA "Joan" SUMMERS, b. Jun. 1, 1843, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Dec. 5, 1925, 
               Farmington, St. Francois Co., Mo.; m. Nov. 8, 1865, Salem, Livingston Co., Ky., JOHN H. 
               COFFIELD (b. Jul. 18, 1838, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Dec. 10, 1913, Pendleton, St. Francois 
               Co., Mo.) son of Spear Coffield and Polly D. Skelton. 

       (9).   RUFUS B. SUMMERS, b. Nov. 13, 1845, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Aug. 25, 1939; m. Feb. 9, 
               1869, Crittenden Co., Ky., ELIZABETH MARSHALL 

      (10).  SARAH ELIZABETH SUMMERS, b. Jan. 8, 1848, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Nov. 17, 1866, 
               Livingston Co., Ky.; bur. Mills Cem., Salem, Livingston Co., Ky.; m. Nov. 8, 1865, GIDEON 
               B. COBB (b. 1844, Caldwell Co., Ky.). 

      (11).  EMMALINE “Emma” SUMMERS, b. Jan. 1, 1850, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Mar. 10, 1866, 
               Livingston Co., Ky.; bur. Mills Cem., Salem, Livingston Co., Ky. 

      (12).  ALLA F. SUMMERS, b. Oct. 14, 1852, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Aug. 12, 1912; m. 1st Mar. 10, 
              1869, Livingston Co., Ky., HENRY B. MARSHALL (b. 1844; d. 1879); m. 2nd DAVID ADAMS. 

8.  LUCINDA D. HAYNES, b. Feb. 17, 1812, Salem, Livingston Co., Ky. .; d. Jul. 30, 1892, Memphis, 
     Tenn.; bur. Smithland Cem., Livingston Co., Ky.; m. Jul. 11, 1827, Livingston Co., Ky., JOSEPH 
      WATTS (b. Oct. 15, 1794, Hillsboro, NC.; d. Apr. 5, 1869, at his home in Westwood, near 
      Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky.; bur. Smithland Cem., Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky.) 
      Issue: 

      (1).   CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS WATTS, b/d. 1829, Salem, Livingston Co., Ky. 

      (2).   WILLIAM COURTNEY WATTS, b. Feb. 1, 1830, Salem, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Dec. 27, 
              1897, Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky.; bur. Smithland Cem. Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky.; 
              m. Feb. 17, 1852, Livingston Co., Ky., NANCY “Nannie” FERGUSON (b. Mar. 13, 1835, 
              Livingston Co., Ky.; d. May 1, 1904, Livingston Co., Ky.; bur. Smithland Cem., Livingston 
              Co., Ky.) dau. of James B. Furguson. William Courtney was the author of “Chronicles of a 
              Kentucky Settlement” published in 1897. 

      (3).   MARY DUKE WATTS, b. Nov. 1831, Salem, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Aug. 25, 1901, San 
              Antonio, Tex.; m. Feb. 7, 1849, Livingston Co., Ky., DR. JORDAN JAMES BASS (b. Dec. 
              18, 1828, Salem, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Aug. 19, 1855, Salem, Livingston Co., Ky.; buried 
              Mills Cem., Salem, Livingston Co., Ky.), son of Sion Bass and Jane Dodd. 

     (4).  SARAH “Miss Bittie” WATTS, b. Apr. 12, 1834, Salem, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Oct. 30, 
            1853 (1855?), Westwood Point, Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky. (flux); bur. Smithland Cem. 
            Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky. 

     (5).   ELIZABETH WATTS, b. Apr. 22, 1836, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Jun. 9, 1929, Monrovia, 
             Calif.; m. Oct. 26, 1852, Livingston Co., Ky., RICHARD M. HAYDOCK (b. Jan. 1830, 
             Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Mar. 25, 1901, Duarte, Los Angles Co., Calif.) 

     (6).  THOMAS HAYNES WATTS SR., b. Oct. 31, 1838, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Mar. 9, 1879; m. 
            1st Jan. 12, 1865, Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky., JENNIE (J) ELIZABETH WANT (b. Apr. 
            24, 1843, Ind.; d. Oct. 7, 1865, Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky.; bur. Smithland Cem. 
            Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky.) dau. of John W. Want and Rachel; m. 2nd Nov. 14, 
            1867, ELVINA LINN 

     (7).   JOSEPH HAYNES WATTS , b. Jan. 28, 1840, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Apr. 23, 1894; m. 
             Cincinnati, Ohio, HELENE WINTER 

     (8).   DAVID B. WATTS, b. Feb. 11, 1841, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Dec. 7, 1862, killed at the battle 
             of Shiloh during the Civil War; bur. Smithland Cem. Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky. 

     (9).   ARABELLA “Belle” WATTS, b. 1843, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. 1900, Memphis, Tenn.; m. 
             Oct. 15, 1874, OLIVER HAZARD PERRY PIPER (b. Jul. 1839, Md.) 

     (10).  JOHN JAY WATTS, b. 1848, Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Sept. 12, 1877; m. Jun. 10, 
              1872, JULIA STEYER (d. 1873) 

     (11).  AUGUSTUS GIVEN WATTS, b. Jan. 22, 1851, Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Aug. 13, 
             1903; m. May 9, 1878, LELIA YORK 

     (12).  DR. ISAAC LINN WATTS SR., b. Dec. 17, 1856, Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Apr. 9, 
             1909, Memphis, Tenn.; m. MARY LOU NELSON (d. 1946) 

9.   ADELINE C. HAYNES, b. Apr. 14, 1814, Salem, Livingston Co., Ky. ., d. Jan. 9, 1860, New 
      Orleans, La.; bur. Smithland Cem. Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky.; m. Dec. 25, 1832, Livingston 
      Co., Ky., HENRY FAYETTE GIVEN (b. Jul. 7, 1811, Salem, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Oct. 13, 1873, 
      New Orleans, La.; bur. Smithland Cem. Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky.) son of Joseph R. and 
      Elizabeth Given. 

10.  KELROY HAYNES, b. Jan. 5, 1816, Salem, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Sept. 15, 1823, 
      Salem, Livingston Co., Ky. 

11.  EMILUS PALUS HAYNES, b. Aug. 3, 1818, Salem, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Jun. 17, 1904, 
      Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky.; buried Smithland Cem. Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky.; m. July 30, 
      1846, Livingston Co., Ky., ELIZABETH R. LAKE(b. Jan. 14, 1830, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Jul. 29, 
      1886, Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky.; buried Smithland Cem. Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky.) dau. 
       of John A. Lake and Elizabeth Brown. 
       Issue: 

        (1).   HARRY LAKE HAYNES SR., b. Jun. 4, 1849, Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Mar. 7, 
                 1940, Austin, Travis Co., Tx.; bur. Oakwood Cem., Austin, Travis Co., Tx.; m. 1875, Austin, 
                 Texas, ELIZA CROSBY TENEYKE (b. Sept. 23, 1857, Austin, Travis Co., Tx.; d. Feb. 11, 
                 1933, Austin, Travis Co., Tx.; bur. Oakwood Cem., Austin, Travis Co., Tx.). 

        (2).   GEORGE MILFORD HAYNES, b. 1851, Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Mar. 31, 1851, 
                Livingston Co., Ky.; bur. Smithland Cem., Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky. 

        (3).   CHARLES CHRISTOPHER HAYNES, b. May 11, 1852, Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. 
                Dec. 18,1943, Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky.; bur. Smithland Cem. Smithland, Livingston 
                Co., Ky.; m. Sept. 1904, IDA LOUVENIA “Lula” PHILLIPS (b. Mar. 18, 1874, Livingston 
                Co., Ky.; d. Nov. 13, 1969, Paducah, McCracken Co., Ky.; bur. Smithland Cem., Smithland, 
                 Livingston Co., Ky.) 

       (4).   JOHN ABBOTT HAYNES, b. Apr. 9, 1854, Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Feb. 24, 1904, 
               Cario, Alexander Co., Ill..; m. Nov. 8, 1881, Cairo, Alexander Co., Ill., NELLIE MAE 
               ANTRIM (b. ca. 1862, Cairo, Alexander Co., Ill.; d. bef. 1900, Cairo, Alexander Co., Ill.) dau. 
               of John Antrim and Eliza A. 

       (5).   EMILUS PALUS HAYNES JR., b. Mar. 26, 1856, Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Jun. 18, 
               1889, Oriole, Hernando Co., Fla.; m. Mar. 4, 1889, Oriole, Harnando Co., Fla., TABITHA 
               BRIDENDOLPH (b. ca. 1853, NY.) No issue 

       (6).   MINA WILLIAMSON “Minnie” HAYNES, b. May 6, 1858, Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. 
               1864, Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky. 

       (7).   ADDIE GIVEN HAYNES, b. May 27, 1860, Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Jan. 18, 1905, 
               Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky.; bur. Smithland Cem., Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky.; m. Jan. 
               10,1883, Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky., DAVID ANDREW DUNN (b. Jul. 1, 1848, Marshall 
               Co., Ky.; d. Jun. 24, 1931, Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky.; bur. Smithland Cem., Smithland, 
               Livingston Co., Ky.) son of Madison Franklin Dunn and Nancy Emaline Grady. 

       (8).   ELIZABETH LAKE HAYNES, b. Mar. 22, 1863, Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. May 21, 
               1863, Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky. 

       (9).   WILLIAM BELL HAYNES, b. Apr. 11, 1864, Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Apr. 15, 
               1864, Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky. 

      (10).  THOMAS BRUCE HAYNES, b. Sept. 7, 1865, Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Jan. 2, 
               1868, Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky. 

      (11).  JAMES WALTER HAYNES, b. 1868, Smithland, Livingston Co.,Ky.; d. Dec. 23, 1869, 
               Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky. 

      (12).  JULIA HAYNES, b. Sept. 25, 1871, Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Dec. 21, 1931, 
               McCracken Co., Ky.; bur. Smithland Cem., Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky.; m. May 25, 1892, 
               Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky., GEORGE FRANKLIN “Frank” PHILLIPS (b. 1861, Tn.; d. 
               Mar. 27, 1949, Paducah, McCracken Co., Ky.; bur. Smithland Cem., Smithland, Livingston 
                  Co., Ky.) 
        
     (13).  PAUL JONES HAYNES, b. Apr. 8, 1873, Smithland, Livingston Co.,Ky.; d. Aug. 7, 1873, 
              Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky. 

12. CHRISTOPHER HAYNES JR., b. Apr. 14, 1820, Salem, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Jan. 10, 1821, 
Salem, Livingston Co., Ky. 

13. SARAH C. HAYNES, b. Feb. 27, 1823, Salem, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Apr. 1891, Carrsville, 
      Livingston Co., Ky.; m. Apr. 24, 1844, Livingston Co., Ky., HENRY W. EVERTSON (b. 1817, NY; d. 
      Sept. 1869, Carrsville, Livingston Co., Ky. ) 
      Issue: 

       (1).  OSCAR GIVEN EVERTSON, b. 1844, Ill.; d. 1911, Colorado Springs, Colo.; m. May, 22, 
              1867, Livingston Co., Ky., JULIA L. McELROY (b. ca. 1850, Ky.; d. bef. 1868) 

       (2).  GEORGE CHRISTOPHER “Kit” EVERTSON, b. 1847, Ky.; d. 1851, Union Co., Ky. 
 
       (3).  SARAH HENRY EVERTSON, b. 1849, Union Co., Ky.; d. 1893; m. Apr. 28, 1867, 
              Carrsville, Livingston Co., Ky., DAVID L. VICK (b. Aug. 1841, Livingston Co., Ky.) son of 
               Arthur Vick and Nancy Reese. 
 
       (4).  MARY ELIZA EVERTSON, b. 1852, Ky. 

       (5).  HUBERT EVERTSON, b. 1853, Ky. 

       (6).  THURSTON W. EVERTSON, b. May 1855, Ky.; d. Apr. 4, 1924, Livingston Co., Ky.; m. 
               Aug. 13, 1890, Lyon Co., Ky., MARY E. “Mollie” MARSHALL (b. Oct. 1860, Ky.; Feb. 26, 
              1940, Livingston Co., Ky.) 

       (7).  JOHN R. EVERTSON, b. 1858, Ky.; m. 1st Unknown; m. 2nd 1908, MAGGIE WARREN (b. 
              ca. 1872, Ill.) 

       (8).  CLARA G. EVERTSON; b. Apr. 1860, Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Jun. 1860, 
              Smithland Livingston Co., Ky. from Inflammation of the Brain. 

       (9).  ELIZABETH LAKE EVERTSON, b. Nov. 26, 1863, Smithland, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Dec. 
              10, 1895, Carrsville, Livingston Co., Ky.; m. Sept. 12, 1881, Carrsville, Livingston Co., 
              Ky., JAMES HARVEY THRELKELD (b. Feb. 22, 1856, Livingston Co., Ky.; d. Dec. 9, 
              1918, Livingston Co., Ky.) son of James Threlkeld and Nancy Hamby.

Haynes Family Researchers



Nelson Teichmann of Peoria, Ill. 

Nelson is standing in front of the tomb of Christopher and Sarah (Hodge) Haynes at Smithland, Ky. Nelson is a descendant and researcher of the Evalina Haynes and Joseph Summers Family. He maintains his own website on the Summers family.




Rich & Kimberly Colvin

Rich is a descendant and researcher of Sarah Hodge and Christopher Haynes. He maintains his own website on the family of Sarah Hodge and Christopher Haynes


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