|Birth: ||Apr. 10, 1842|
|Death: ||Oct. 23, 1929|
His son, Taylor Z. Haynes, died of smallpox while away from home and his burial place is unknown. The burial place of his daughter, Mary Ann, is also unknown. Another daughter, Evelyn Ivy, married Louis N. Inness and is buried in Janes Cemetery, Ravenden Springs, Arkansas.
Zachariah came from Arab, Alabama and enlisted in the 8th Alabama Infantry at 20 years of age. He fought through many battles of the Civil War, and was wounded and captured by the Yankees on July 3, 1863 at Gettysburg, PA. He was taken to Letterman Hospital to treat his wounds and then transported to Point Lookout, Maryland, Confederate prisoner camp where he remained until he took oath and was parolled. He was given transport to Nashville, TN. He met Elizabeth F Crouse in Rutherford County, TN and they were married there on Feb. 14, 1866. They went to Imboden, Arkansas with family members to look for land to farm and settled in Opposition, Arkansas, a town which no longer exists. It died out after Ravenden won the fight to have the railroad.
In 1914 after Lizzie's death, he returned to Georgia to reunite with his family, who had not seen him since he left for the war and thought he was lost. That's where the family was holding a big reunion and welcomed him back with gladness.
Robert Henry Haynes (1815 - 1864)
Eveline O'Neal Haynes (1818 - 1905)
Elizabeth F. Crouse Haynes (1842 - 1914)
Robert Harmon Haynes (1869 - 1930)*
Taylor Zachariah Haynes (1871 - ____)*
Eveline Ivy Haynes Inness (1873 - 1935)*
Henry Coleman Haynes (1874 - 1900)*
James V. Haynes (1880 - 1909)*
Minerva Elizabeth Haynes Hathcoat (1884 - 1971)*
Sarah Amanda Haynes (1837 - 1913)**
Zachariah Taylor Haynes (1842 - 1929)
James Knox Haynes (1846 - 1915)*
Milton Hillard Haynes (1849 - 1919)*
Co B, 8 ALA Inf., C.S.A.
Note: This is a Civil War veterans marker
Maintained by: SCRUBJAY
Originally Created by: Laura Newton
Record added: Jan 28, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 13149331
Remembering you today on Memorial Day. For your service at Gettysburg. I wish I could have met you and that you could know how the Haynes family has grown so large and we all remember you and Lizzie. Love from your great granddaughter.|
Added: May. 26, 2014
A Heart full of Love for a GG Grandfather never met.I come from Zachariah Haynes through his son Robert Harmon Haynes & his son Melvin Wright Haynes then his daughter Iva Ruth Haynes Ball.My E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org we have a family facebook page calle...(Read more)|
Added: Oct. 26, 2013
Honoring you today.|
Added: Mar. 12, 2013
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