|Birth: ||Mar. 8, 1864|
|Death: ||May 11, 1911|
Contributor, JanMary, states Major John Taylor Haines married Anne Eliza Almy on June 23, 1889.
The following is from contributor Kenneth Robison II:
From the records of the Sons of Spanish American War Veterans:
Haines, John Taylor: Of New York. Appointed to the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York with an at large appointment; entered the Military Academy as a Cadet on September 1st, 1882; graduated 13th in his class from the Military Academy on July 1st, 1886 and was appointed as a Second Lieutenant of Cavalry with the 5th United States Cavalry Regiment. Served on frontier duty at Fort Riley, Kansas and in the field, from September 30th, 1886 to August 23rd, 1887; under instruction at the Infantry and Cavalry School of Application at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, from September 11th, 1887 to September of 1888 at which time he graduated; on duty at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, from 1888 to 1890; serving with Troop I of the 5th Cavalry Regiment in the field during the Pine Ridge campaign from December 2nd, 1890 to January 27th, 1891; with the troop at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas to August of 1891; serving as an Assistant Instructor at the Infantry and Cavalry School (Engineering) at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas from August of 1891 to September 1st, 1893; promoted to First Lieutenant of Cavalry with the 1st Cavalry Regiment on July 22nd, 1892; transferred to the 5th Cavalry Regiment on December 27th, 1892; with the regiment at Fort McIntosh, Texas to May 3rd, 1894; serving with the Intelligence Bureau at the War Department in Washington, D.C. to August 1894; in charge of the Depot Commissary at Washington, D.C. to October 1st, 1894; on Ordnance duty at the Springfield Armory in Springfield, Massachusetts from October 1st, 1894 to October 1st, 1895; with the regiment at Fort McIntosh, Texas to January 1st, 1896; at Fort Sam Houston, Texas from January 1st, 1896 to May 28th, 1898; serving as the Regimental Quartermaster from March 1st, 1897 to January 1st, 1899; with the regiment in the field at Mobile, Alabama, at Tampa, Florida and at Huntsville, Alabama to August 19th, 1898; on a sick leave of absence with typhoid fever to January 1st, 1899; on duty with the recruiting service at Kansas City, Missouri, from January 1899 to December 18th, 1899; reported at San Juan, Porto Rico on January 1st, 1900; commanding the Port of Cayey and serving as the Collector of Customs at Arroyo, Porto Rico, from January 3rd to March 10th, 1900; commanding the Troop at Manati, Porto Rico, from March 18th to June 30th, 1900; commanding the Troop at Fort Myer, Virginia, from June 1900 to March of 1901; promoted to Captain of Cavalry with the 11th Cavalry Regiment on February 2nd, 1901; at Fort Ethan Allen, Vermont to June 1901; at the Jefferson Barracks, Missouri to December 1901; en route to the Philippine Islands to February 3rd, 1902; commanding the Troop at in Samar, Philippine Islands to October 1902; serving as an Assistant to the Adjutant General of the Department of Luzon from October 13th, 1902 to July 25th, 1903; serving as an Aide-de-Camp to Major General James F. Wade from July 25th, 1903 to January 15th, 1904; en route to the United States and on a leave of absence to April 11th, 1904; commanding the Troop at Fort Riley, Kansas, from May 8th, 1904 to June 2nd, 1905; serving as the Regimental Adjutant from June 13th, 1905 to January 1st, 1907; with the Regiment at Fort Des Moines, Iowa from June 3rd, 1905 to October 5th, 1906, during which time he served as the Adjutant-General at the Camp of Instruction at Fort Riley, Kansas from July 25th to October 1st, 1906; with the regiment at Camp Columbia and at Pinar del Rio, Cuba to December 7th, 1906; commanding the Troop at Fort Des Moines, Iowa to June 17th, 1907; at Fort Ethan Allen, Vermont from June 20th, 1907, to September of 1909, during which time he was detailed to Fort Niagara, New York, as the Chief Range Officer of the Atlantic Rifle Competition from July 15th to 29th, 1908 and was with the National Guard of Massachusetts from January 18th to February 4th, 1909 and again as the Chief Range Officer at the Atlantic Rifle Competition from July 14th to 31st, 1909; commanding the Troop at Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia, from September 10th, 1909 to March 8th, 1911, during which time he was detailed on duty inspecting the National Guard of Georgia from March 16th to 26th, 1910; promoted to Major of Cavalry on March 3rd, 1911; serving with the Maneuver Division at San Antonio, Texas, from March 11th to May 11th, 1911; died on May 11th, 1911 at Fort Sam Houston, Texas.
Born on March 8th, 1864 in Missouri, the son of Brevet Brigadier General Thomas J. Haines, United States Army; died of peritonitis at 12:35AM on May 11th, 1911 at Fort Sam Houston, Texas at the age of 47; buried at the National Cemetery in Arlington, Arlington County, Virginia.
Thomas Jefferson Haines (1827 - 1883)
Anna Eliza Almy Haines (1861 - 1929)
Annie Cargilt Haines (____ - 1897)*
Alida Almy Haines (1890 - 1965)*
Netta Richmond Haines (1892 - 1953)*
Mildred Sellers Haines Mearnes (1896 - 1945)*
Netta Richmond Haines Hodges (1861 - 1919)*
John Taylor Haines (1864 - 1911)
Arlington National Cemetery
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Record added: Sep 26, 2010
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