|Birth: ||Sep. 23, 1827|
|Death: ||Mar. 18, 1900|
Jackson Williams Hainey, son of the late William Daniel Leroy and Martha Edwards Hainey, and husband of Nancy J. Russell Hainey quietly passed at his home on the 19th of March 1900.
Jackson Williams Hainey was born on a farm in Pulaski Co., Kentucky, September 23, 1827 where he had spent the early years of his life. On March 9, 1847 he married Miss Nancy Jane Russell of Tennessee and together they raised ten children all of which survive him.
In March of 1869 the family moved to and settled in Piatt Co., Illinois. The family moved into Kansas in the fall of 1871 and to Clay County in March of 1872. He continued a farming occupation until 1882 when he went into a mercantile business for nine years in Green, Kansas. Upon retiring, he returned to the farm to live out his remaining years.
He is credited with building the first house in Green and was instrumental with the construction of the Baptist Church there.
Interment was in the Fancy Creek Cemetery, north of Green, Kansas.
Martha Patsy Edwards Hainey (1806 - 1885)
Nancy Jane Russell Hainey (1827 - 1918)
Mary Jane Hainey Weaver (1847 - 1931)*
George Russell Hainey (1850 - 1936)*
Margaret Ellen Hainey Spurrier (1851 - 1919)*
James L Hainey (1854 - 1931)*
Oliver Perry Hainey (1856 - 1923)*
Elvira Elizabeth Hainey Wilcox (1858 - 1931)*
Sarah Alice Hainey Spurrier (1861 - 1931)*
Emily Hainey Morton (1863 - 1938)*
Martha Frances Hainey Harner (1865 - 1950)*
Albert Hainey (1870 - 1950)*
Jackson Williams Hainey (1827 - 1900)
Bethany Hainey Wampler (1829 - 1899)*
John H Hainey (1833 - 1865)*
James Carroll Hainey (1835 - 1880)*
Thomas Daniel Hainey (1837 - 1885)*
Chesley C. Hainey (1840 - 1903)*
Ezekiel W Hainey (1841 - 1903)*
George A Hainey (1844 - 1908)*
Fancy Creek Cemetery
Created by: Roland Hainey
Record added: Aug 06, 2011
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