Researching, collecting, preserving and publishing the history of the Haines Family settlers and others in the area of what is now known as northern Greene County, Town of Hunter, Catskill Mountains, New York, commonly referred to as the mountaintop.
George Washington Haines, and a friend. Anyone who remembered George Washington said that he had a booming voice that allowed him to stand on the back porch and yell orders to his workers and sons way down across the "buckwheat lots"; and that his root cellar was the best kept around.
George Washington and Mary Ellen (Layman) Haines had eight children: Martha L. Haines, born June 30, 1875; George H. “Harry” Haines, born April 28, 1877; Earnest G. Haines, born March 10, 1879; LeRoy Haines, born May 10, 1881; Lillian E. Haines, born April 3, 1883; Lulu Pearl Haines, born January 26, 1886; Gilbert B. Haines, born September 25, 1888; and Bessie E. Haines, born February 16, 1892. Some of the children are shown below. Click on a photo to enlarge it.
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The children of LeRoy and Elsie (Saxe) Haines are shown below.
Four of LeRoy and Edna (Barnum) Haines' children:
Stella Haines Schultz
Linda Louise Schultz through the years
The family tree and photos on this page were submitted by Linda Louise Schultz.
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