ABT 1830 - Lancaster, VA
AFT 1862

Joseph R. Haynie

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Joseph R. Haynie was born about 1830 to Hiram Haynie and Rebbecca Rogers.

Joseph married Elizabeth Norris on January 1st, 1850 in Lancaster county. Later that same year the census lists Joseph Haynie, age 26, in Farnham Parish, Richmond county. He wass recorded as a farmer with real estate valued at $600. He was marked as being born in Richmond county. His wife, Elizabeth is marked as age 23, born in Lancaster. His mother, Rebbecca, lives with them, she was 54 and born in Northumberland. Also living the new couple is Joseph's brother, Steptoe, age 24 and born in Richmond county. Joseph is listed as a slave owner on the 1850 Slave Schedule.

The 1860 census shows the family again in Richmond county, near the Stony Hill post office. Joseph's age is given as 40. His farm is valued at $1,000 and his personal estate at $500. Children listed are; John - 9, Isabella - 8, Hiram - 5, Joseph - 4 and Josephine - 1. Joseph's mother, Rebbecca, is still living with him. Also living with them is 29 year old Richard Norris, listed as a laborer. He may have been Elizabeth's brother.

During the Civil War Joseph enlisted in the 37th VA Militia on July 24th, 1861. He joined the 9th VA Cavalry, Company K on April 3rd, 1862, enlisting with Capt. Jefferies at Farnham Church for a term of three years. Joseph was present until November and December of 1862 when he was marked as sick, the following muster roll records that he was discharged from the unit on January 21st, 1863. Joseph's discharge record stated that he was 32 years old, born in Lancaster, VA, five-foot-eight inches tall, with a florid complexion, blue eyes and light hair. His occupation before the war was stated as farmer. The discharge stated that Joseph was "incapable of performing the duties of a soldier because of chronic erysipelas of both legs." Joseph's brother, James Yarrett Haynie, served in the same unit. James was captured and sent to Point Lookout Prison where he died in 1864.

No good records are known for Joseph after the Civil War, he may have died soon after the war from the infection in his legs. In the 1870 census a Joseph R. Haynie appears in Northumberland county, but he does not appear to be a match.

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Sources:

  • Virginia, Marriages, 1740-1850
  • Year: 1850; Census Place: Farnham Parish, Richmond, Virginia; Roll: M432_972; Page: 172A; Image: 342
  • Year: 1860; Census Place: Richmond, Virginia; Roll: M653_1374; Page: 355; Family History Library Film: 805374
  • U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865

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Spouse & Children:

  • Elizabeth Norris
    • 1828-1863

  • John Emory Haynie
    • 1850-1922
  • Isabella Haynie
    • 1852-
  • Hiram Haynie
    • 1854-1915
  • James Haynie
    • 1856-1860
  • Virginia Haynie
    • 1862-
  • Josephine Haynie
    • 1863-


Siblings:

  • Nancy Ann Haynie
    • 1819-1872
  • James Yarrett Haynie
    • 1824-1864
  • Steptoe Haynie
    • 1826-1909

Last Updated: 12/2/2019