|Birth: ||Dec. 11, 1822|
|Death: ||Nov. 8, 1892|
Sarah first married on August 15, 1839 to Solomon Smalley (one of at least eight children born to Abner Smalley and his first wife, Mary S. "Polly" Mathews). Solomon passed away circa 1845 in Adams County, Ohio. They had three children. Sarah secondly married on July 11, 1847 in Adams County, Ohio; to John Haines (son of Henry Haines and Marie Margaret Veach). They had eight known children; six sons and two daughters. July of 1865, John Haines passed away in Adams County, Ohio. Sarah married thirdly on October 10, 1876 in Iroquois County, Illinois; to a widower named John K. Johns (son of Thomas John & Nancy Arel). John Johns died in 1888. Sarah was the mother of eleven children; of which four preceded her in death. Sarah went to her heavenly home at the age of 69 years and 11 months.
MARRIAGE RECORDS: MARRIAGE RECORDS: State Library; Columbus, Ohio (marriage certificate spells Hanes as Haines)
US CENSUS: Year: 1870 - Ohio; Adams County, Oliver Township, Family /Dwelling #: 158/158 Individual: Haines, Sarah Age: 45 Birthplace: Ohio (Sarah and children are living between families of William McNeilan and Benjamin F. Elliott).
OBITUARY NOTICE: Iroquois County Times, article dated November 1892. Excerpt, "... A deep shadow of gloom was cast over this community on election day when the news was spread that one of our most worthy ans esteemed citizens, Mrs. S. A. John[s], had been killed by the 11:30 passenger train from the north. She had been helping the ladies prepare dinner at the hotel and had gone home for some things and was returning to the hotel when she so suddenly met death. She did not notice the train until it was, alas! too late. ... In 1873 she moved to this place where since she resided. In 1876 she was married to John Johns who died in 1889. ... Mrs. Johns was a true christian lady; devoted to christian work and everything which would tend to lead to a high, noble life. ... It can be truly said of her, to know her was to love her. The home has lost a kind and loving mother, the church and active member and all a good and true friend, but our loss is her eternal gain. Funeral services was conducted by the Revs. Tuggle and Fletcher, under the auspices of the Daughters of Rebecca of which order she was a worthy member. ... Surely "In the midst of life we are in death."
MOORE-HANES FAMILY RECORDS: Family Group Sheets dated 1919; at Hoopeston (Iroquois County), Illinois.
HISTORICAL ARTICLE: Milford and Vicinity Sesquicentennial Souvenir Book 1830-1980; The Thomas Ancestry: Iroquois County Historical Society; Watseka, Illinois. Excerpt "... Asa and Eleanor (Thomas) sold their 150 acre farm in Adams County, Ohio to Abner Smalley in 1829 for $325.00; ..." This Abner Smalley's son was the first husband of Sarah Ann Ross who married John Haines (Hanes) on June 11, 1847 in Adams County, Ohio. Sarah and John Haines are the grandparents of David Quiller Hanes who married Nancy Catherine Moore; daughter of John Wesley and Elizabeth (nee Keath/Keith) Moore. John Wesley's uncle, Foster (1806-1886) Moore's wife, Nancy (1815-1859) Thomas was Asa and Eleanor Thomas' daughter. IT TRULY CAN BE SAID IT IS A SMALL WORLD INDEED! ..."
Solomon Smalley (1821 - ____)
John B. Johns (1815 - 1888)
John Haines (____ - 1865)*
William Henry Hanes (1848 - 1875)*
David Christopher Columbus Haines (1849 - 1911)*
Stillborn Son Haines (1851 - 1851)*
Samuel Veach Hanes (1853 - 1924)*
Ellen B Haines Zumwalt Thornburg (1856 - 1922)*
Charles E. Hanes (1859 - 1916)*
Ella Haynes Zumwalt (1860 - 1901)*
John M Hanes (1861 - 1940)*
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Plot: Middle Section; Row 17
Created by: M. Richards
Record added: Apr 21, 2004
Find A Grave Memorial# 8661717