|Birth: ||1682, USA|
|Death: ||Sep. 12, 1763|
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Born on board the ship Amity on the Atlantic Ocean coming to America.
Has also been mentioned he may have been living possibly in Burlington County, New Jersey?
Married March 1, 1721/22 in Nottingham, Cecil County, Maryland.
Him and his wife had a total of thirteen children.
No stone must exist, as we have looked through the entire cemetery. The Historical Society mentioned that long ago, they didn't mark the graves.
Another FIND A GRAVE member has given this information below.
"Richard Haines and His Descendants" book mentions that Joseph was born in West Nottingham, Chester Co., PA. and later boundries were changed so that area became part of Cecil Co., MD.
Richard Haines (1647 - 1682)
Margaret S. (Haines) Philips Burcham (1649 - 1744)
Elizabeth Thomas Haines (1696 - 1796)*
Ruth Haines Miller (1709 - 1797)*
William Haines (1725 - 1800)*
John ? Haines (1664 - 1728)*
William Haines (1672 - 1754)*
Joseph Haines (1682 - 1763)
Brick Meeting House Cemetery
Created by: Guiding Light
Record added: Oct 06, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 16024024
Joseph Haines was my 5th great grandfather, through Nathan, William, Reuben, Rebecca, Reuben Darby I. The Reuben name has stayed the course through the generations to my brother. May Joseph and his predecessors know that I appreciate the heritage they b...(Read more)|
Added: Aug. 15, 2013
Rest Easy, never forgotten.|
Added: Jan. 20, 2013
I just found out that Joseph Haines is my 9th Great Grandfather. I am even more proud now to be an American, knowing that he was the great-grandson of one of the founders of America and also of the state of Connecticut! Love,Your Great-Grandson,Joseph H...(Read more)|
Added: Dec. 5, 2012
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