6 NOV 1850 - Richmond, VA
24 May 1922 - Lancaster, VA
John Emory HaynieJohn Haynie >> Morgan Haynie >> Maida Haynie >> Savilla Bush >> Maida George
John was a farmer in upper Lancaster County and a member of Lebanon Church.
He first appears on the 1860 census. His family is living in Richmond County near the Stony Hill post office. His father works as a farmer, with real estate valued at $1,000 and a personal estate valued at $500. Also living with the family is Rebbecca Haynie, age 75, who would have been John's grandmother, and Richard Norris, age 29, who might have been and uncle on his mother's side.
John married early. He was only 18 when he married Julia A. Headley (1848-1939). She was the daughter of William Walton Headley and Julia Revere. They were married in Lancaster County on January 21st, 1869 by Rev. Addison Hall.
So far I have not been able to find an 1870 census record for John Emory Haynie.
By the 1880 census all four of the couples children have been born and they are listed on the form ages; 9,7,6 and 1. John is listed as a farmer and marked as being sick the day of the census. They were living in the Mantua district of Lancaster. In 1882 John purchased 147 acres from land from Thomas S. Dunaway near Lebanon Baptist Church, the farm was known as "Greenfields."
In the 1900 census John and Julia are living in the White Chapel district of Lancaster County. John is still listed as farmer. It is noted that he owns his farm but makes mortgage payments. The couple are marked as being married 31 years with four children born and all four still alive. Their son Walter Franklin and his new wife live with them, the young couple is marked as being married less than a year.
For the 1910 census that couple are still in the White Chapel district at the same farm. John is still marked as owning his farm but making mortgage payments. Only his wife is still living with him.
The 1920 census shows the couple once again in the White Chapel district. John is now marked as owning his farm mortgage free. Their ages are given as 69 and 72. For some reason both are listed as black.
John died in May of 1922. According to his headstone it was the 24th, according to the death certificate it was the 25th. The death certificate also states he was buried at Lebanon Church on May 26th. His cause of death was listed as vascular heart disease.
- Year: 1860; Census Place: Richmond, Virginia; Roll: M653_1374; Page: 355; Family History Library Film: 805374
- Year: 1880; Census Place: Mantua, Lancaster, Virginia; Roll: 1375; Family History Film: 1255375; Page: 116C; Enumeration District: 043
- Year: 1900; Census Place: White Chapel, Lancaster, Virginia; Roll: 1714; Page: 17B; Enumeration District: 0045; FHL microfilm: 1241714
- Year: 1910; Census Place: White Chapel, Lancaster, Virginia; Roll: T624_1633; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 0058; FHL microfilm: 1375646
- Year: 1920; Census Place: White Chapel, Lancaster, Virginia; Roll: T625_1895; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 67; Image: 635
- U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current
- Virginia, Death Records, 1912-2014
- Virginia, Select Marriages, 1785-1940
Spouse & Children:
- Isabella Haynie
- Hiram Haynie
- James Haynie
- Virginia Haynie
- Josephine Haynie