6 September 1792-10 February 1868
of William Corlies Goldy 1767-1851 and Lettis Jenkins 1770-1816.
Died of consumption.
Her record of death was found in Vol. AL page 288, her mothers name spelled Letta and her
death cert. claims she was single
DEATH: from the NJ State Archives a Return of Death (not a copy) says death record is in
Vol. AL, page 288
DEATH: Twp. of Manuta, Gloucester County, Died in Clarksboro and born in Mt Holly.
NJA gives her age at death at 70,putting her birth in 1798. 1850 census confirms 1792 date
of birth. Perhaps, a 6 looked like a 0. (she would have been 76)
30 October 1788-26 - September 1857.
of Jeremiah Haines 1766-1825 and Ann Tomlinson b 1768
Hannah Ann 1817
Keziah 1825 married Benjamin T Haines
Samuel Goldy 1827-1881 married Rachel N Iredell 1831-1917
William Goldy 1835
Samuel Goldy Haines and Rachel N Iredell Haines
|1870 U.S. Federal Census New Jersey,
Haines, Samuel, 63 M W Farmer, 7000/1000 born NJ [age should read 43]
Haines, Rachel, 39 F W Keeping House NJ
Haines, Jeremiah, 14 M W NJ
Haines, Mary, 13 F W NJ
Haines, Elisabeth, 9 F W NJ
Haines, Beulah, 7 F W NJ
Haines, Chalkey, 5 M W NJ
Iredell, Samuel, 30 M W NJ
|Haines, Priscilla, 62 F W NJ
Woodward, Shelton 19 M W Working on farm NJ
1880 U.S. Federal Census New Jersey,
Gloucester, Mantua District 98
HAINES, Samuel G, W M 53 Farmer Cancer NJ NJ NJ
--, Rachel A., W F 47 wife, NJ NJ NJ
--, Mary, W F 22, daughter NJ
--, Elizabeth, W F 19, daughter NJ
--, Chalkey W M 15 son NJ
--, Bertha W F 9 daughter NJ
--, Walter W M 6 son NJ
Haines Pork Shop
521 Kings Highway
Mickleton, New Jersey
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Rachel N (Iredell) Haines, and Samuel Goldy Haines, settled
here in 1865 and had the home built at 516 Kings Highway.
With her she brought a secret recipe for pork sausage and a great deal of know-how about
pork butchering. Her son, Jeremiah Haines, set up a pork business across the street. He
also had a store at 826 South 2nd Street in Philadelphia. Her son, T. Edgar Haines carried
on the business.
Today Rachel Haines'
great-great-grandson, Jerry runs the family business. His son-in-law, Harry Sheldon works
in the shop, so the future of the business will remain in the family.
Isaac Tomlinson Haines and
Rebecca Keturah Goldy
Jeremiah Haines 1766-1825 and Ann Tomlinson b: 1768
Amos Haines 1729-1805 and Mary Conrow b: 1741
Nathan Haines 1702-1751 and Sarah Austin b: 1704
William Haines 1672-1754 and Sarah Paine 1678-1728
Richard Haines abt 1636-1681 and Margaret 1649-1696
Richard Haines of Aynhoe,
Northamptonshire, England, husbandman, with his wife Margaret and their
children, Richard, William, Thomas and Mary, sailed from Downs, England
in 1682, on the
ship "Amity", for America, but Richard never reached the
shores of this country,
haven sickened and died on the voyage. A fifth son, Joseph, was born
aboard the ship.
John, the eldest son, had come over to America two years before his
family and lived in a
cave in Haines Bank, below Lumberton, New Jersey on the south
bank of the
Rancocas Creek. The family settled in Burlington, New Jersey and in
1685 the widow
Margaret married a second husband, Henry Bircham, of Nesamony,
Pennsylvania. Thus it is
that because of the death of Richard Haines in mid ocean we have no
record of him in this
country. He was a member of the society of Friends. By his wife
Margaret he had seven
children, none of whom were born in America.
Richard and Margaret Haines' children are:
John abt: 1663-1728 married Ester Borton 1667-1719
Richard 1665-1681 married Mary Carlisle 1674-1744, a Native American
Thomas 1666-1753 married Elizabeth Austin b: abt 1669
* Their daughter Deborah 1703-1749, was the widow of Paul Troth, who married 2nd
husband William Goldy
1716-1751, and had Samuel Goldy 1742-1819.
William 1672-1754 married Sarah Paine 1678-1728
Margaret abt: 1678
Joseph 1681-1746 married Elizabeth Thomas 1696-1796
John Haines b: 1614 and Elizabeth Stanford b: 1619