Pictures taken in 2009



The History of Noble County, OH (pub. 1887) / page 557:

United Brethren Church - Jesse Haines was the founder of the United Brethren church, and W. W. Stringer one of its early prominent members. The organization is an old one, and the church one of the old-fashioned log buildings. The present membership is small.



1855 New York State Census
Ridgeway, Orleans, NY

Jesse H Haines
Phoebe Ann Haines
Mary Haines
Annie Haines
Alice Haines
Lucy Lawrence
Mary Ann Haines
George Savage
Frderick Freech




1860 US Census
Manchester, Morgan Co., OH

Jesse Haines
Phoebe A Haines
Mary Haines
Elizabeth Haines
Hiram Haines
Benjamin Haines
Adaline Haines
Alice Haines
Isabel Haines
John W Haines
Jasper Haines
Jane Haines




1870 US Census
Manchester, Morgan Co., OH

Jesse Haines
Phebe Haines
Alice Haines
Isabel Haines
John W Haines
Jasper Haines
Jeannie Amy Haines
James Haines
Frank Haines
Jesse Haines



Jesse Haines

b. 1816 (Harrison Co., OH) - d. 1875 (OH)

Rehobeth Cemetery (Morgan Co., OH)



Excerpts from “The History of Morgan County 1980”  (Pages 85-86) / Jesse and Phebe Haines / Submitted by Oral Haines

The first Haines family in the county, Jesse (1816-1875) and Phebe (Doney) Haines (1824– 1921) came from Harrison to Morgan County in 1848, settling in south eastern Manchester Twp.  A brother, Hiram (1822-1872) and Tirzah (1822– 1904), followed and lived on the Little Olive Green Creek south of Reinersville. Jesse and Phebe reared a large family. 



Submitted by Dow Haines

Jesse, my grandfather (b. 1816) married Phoebe Doney at Cadiz, Ohio August 16, 1839.  Jesse and Phoebe were the parents of 13 children and also raised a granddaughter from infancy.






  • Mary Haines
    b. abt 1841 (OH) - d.?

  • Elizabeth "Annie" Haines
    b. abt 1842 (OH) - d.?
  • Hiram Haines
    b. abt 1844 (OH) - d.?
  • Benjamin J Haines
    b.1846 (OH)-d.1928 (OH)
    Married Sarah D. Phillis (b. 1851 OH) / Children: Frank Haines (b.?), Manti Haines (b. 1870 OH), Charles W. Haines (b. 1872 OH), Ina Haines (b. 1875 OH), and an infant boy (b. and d. 1880 OH) Excerpts from “The History of Morgan County 1980”  (Pages 85-86) Jesse and Phebe Haines / Submitted by Oral Haines: My grandfather, Benjaman (1846– 1928), married Sarah Doyle Phillis (1851– 1928), descendent of the Revolutioner, Joseph Phillis (1744– 1831), and John Little Phillis, a soldier in the War of 1812.  Johns wife was Sally Doyle of Erie, PA.

  • Adaline Haines
    b. abt 1848
  • Alice (Haines) Paxton
    b.1851 - d. Feb. 10, 1918
    Waterford Cemetery (Wash. Co., OH)
    Married Franklin K. Paxton (b. 1844 - d. 1920) in 1871 (Washington Co., OH). / Children: Samuel Paxton (b. 1872)
    -----------------------------------Samuel Paxton b. 1872 (Morgan Co., OH) - d. ? / Waterfod Cemetery (Wash. Co., OH)/Married Carrie Waterman) / Sprowls Scrapbook page 053: Samuel Jesse Paxton, 73, passed away suddenly at the home of his daughter, Mrs Fulton Bell of Marietta, January 9. Mr. Paxton was a son of Franklin K. and Alice Haines Paxton, and was born Nov. 27, 1872, in Morgan Co. On May 27, 1893, he was married to Carrie Jane Waterman of Watertown, and she passed away bout a year ago. He is survived by three daughters: Mrs. Fulton Bell and Mrs. Harold Park of Marietta, and Mrs. Carroll McNeal of Waterford. Another daughter Lucy Paxton Roberts passed away in 1915. There are five grandchildren and one sister, Mary L. Paxton of Waterford. Mr. Paxton was a retired mail carrier, having carried out of the Waterford post office from 1900 to 1932. In 1936 he moved from Waterford to Beverly, where he resided until the death of his wife after which he spend most of his time with his children. Mr. Paxton was a member of Mt. Meriah Lodge No. 37 F. & A. M., Beverly, in which he took an active interest until his health failed.
    Funeral services were held at the McCurdy Funeral Home in Bever, Friday, Jan. 11 with Rev. John E. Thompson officiating. Masonic services were accorded by Mt. Moriah Lodge No. 37, and interment was in Waterford cemetery.

  • Isabel Haines
    b.1853 (OH) - d.?
  • John W. Haines
    b.1855 (OH) - d. ?
    Married Anna Elizabeth (last name unknown) b. 1859 OH / Children: John H. (b. 1877 OH), Clara M. (b. 1879 OH), Jesse L. (b. 1881 OH), Florence P. (b. 1886 OH), Bessie A. (b. 1889 OH)
  • Jasper Doney Haines
    b.Jan. 5, 1857 (Morgan Co., OH) - d. Oct. 9, 1933 (Noble Co., OH)
    Married Mary F. Gorrell (b. 1863 OH) / Children: Emmet Haines (b. 1882 OH), William C. Haines (b. 1887 OH - d. 1956 / Arlington Cemetery), Vernon Haines (b. 1893 OH), Dow M. Haines (b. 1898 OH) Excerpts from “The History of Morgan County 1980”  (Pages 85-86) Submitted by Lavada E. Haines Silvus: Jasper Doney Haines was my grandfather.  He was born Jan. 5, 1857 and married Mary Frances Gorrell, May 21, 1881.  To this union was born 4 sons, among whom was my father, Emmett Ray Haines (b. 1882).  The other 3 brothers where William Cassius (b. 1887), Vernon Meretith (b. 1893), and Dow Milner (b. 1898).
    My uncle William (Will) C. Haines was the Haines who went with Admiral Byrd on his Arctic and Antarctic expeditions as meteorologist and never sent the plan out wrong. / Jasper, Mary and Dow are buried at Reinersville Meth. Cemetery (Ohio).
    ----------------Dow M. Haines (b. 1898 OH) Morgan Co., Paper / October 21, 1926 Mr. Dow Haines had misfortune to accidentally discharge his rifle while out hunting, the bullet piercing the end of his nose.
  • Amy (Haines) Phillis
    b. 1859 - d. 1929
  • James Haines
    b.1861 (OH) - d.?
  • Frank Haines
    b.abt 1865 (OH) - d.?
  • Jesse Haines
    b. 1867 (OH) - d.?




Phoebe Doney Haines

August 16, 1839 (Cadiz, OH)





Joshua Haines



Mary () Haines