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Laman C. Haines1818

Name
Laman C. Haines
Given names
Laman C.
Surname
Haines
Birth December 10, 1818
moved from
Lancaster County, Pennsylvania with parents
1826 (Age 7 years)
MarriageEleanor Dorothea BogenView this family
November 29, 1838 (Age 19 years)
moved from
Stark County, Ohio
January 1840 (Age 21 years)
Birth of a son
#1
Monroe W. Haines
February 16, 1841 (Age 22 years)

Birth of a son
#2
Columbus L. Haines
June 5, 1844 (Age 25 years)

Birth of a daughter
#3
Martha Haines
January 1845 (Age 26 years)
Birth of a daughter
#4
Frances E. Haines
August 25, 1846 (Age 27 years)
Marriage of a childDaniel W. HuffmanMartha HainesView this family
April 19, 1863 (Age 44 years)
Marriage of a childColumbus L. HainesMahala F. HolverstottView this family
March 27, 1864 (Age 45 years)
Marriage of a childMonroe W. HainesMary M. MeyerView this family
September 24, 1864 (Age 45 years)
Marriage of a childIsaac A. MerchantFrances E. HainesView this family
October 24, 1867 (Age 48 years)
Death of a sonColumbus L. Haines
August 14, 1879 (Age 60 years)

Property
Worth $13,500 in 1860, Personal worth = $4000
1880 (Age 61 years)
Death of a sonMonroe W. Haines
February 24, 1910 (Age 91 years)
Death of a daughterFrances E. Haines
January 16, 1923 (Age 104 years)
Burial of a daughterFrances E. Haines
January 17, 1923 (Age 104 years)
Deathyes

Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage:
himself
Family with Eleanor Dorothea Bogen - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: November 29, 1838Stark Co, Ohio
2 years
son
6 years
daughter
-2 years
son
8 months
daughter

Shared note

From "History of Marion County Ohio 1883"

L. is for Laman (see M.W. Haines biography)

L. C. HAINES, (Marion Township) an old and highly respected pioneer of Marion County, was born in Lancaster County, Penn., December 10, 1818. His parents, Allen and Nancy Haines, were also natives of Lancaster County, Penn., where they were married. They emigrated to Ohio in 1826, settling in Stark County, from which place they moved to Dayton, Ohio, where they both died. Their married life was blessed with nine children, of whom L. C. Haines, the subject of this sketch, is the eldest. Being brought up on a farm, he enjoyed the advantages of only a common school education; at the age of fourteen, he became a clerk in a store at Harrisburg. Stark County, and continued in that situation four years. He was then engaged in various avocations until January 24, 1840, when he came to Claridon Township, this county, and purchased sixty-five acres of land; from that time till he removed to the township of Marion, he devoted big time and attention to agriculture and stock-raising. Starting with limited means, Mr. Haines resolved, by his industry and economy, to acquire for himself and family a reasonable competence; and right faithfully has this resolve been carried out. By dint of industry and careful management, he accumulated lands to the aggregate of 800 acres. He has since made a division among his children, reducing his farm to over 400 acres, which is finely improved. A leading feature of his occupation bag been sheep-raising, in which he was alike successful. Mr., Haines is a man who has always displayed an active interest in all worthy enterprises, both of a public and private character, and as a man and citizen he is honorable and upright. In 1865, he removed to the town of Marion and engaged in the mercantile business for one year, and since that time has dealt in real estate. Mr. Haines was married November 29, 1838, to Miss Ellen D., daughter of Dr. J. H. Bogen, born in Pennsylvania in February 1814. This marriage was blessed with three children; of these two are now living, viz., M. W. Haines and Frances E., wife of Isaac A. Merchant. Columbus L. is deceased. Mr. Haines and wife axe earnest members of the Methodist Episcopal Church. He has always been a liberal supporter of the church, and made generous contributions to the erection of nearly every church edifice in Claridon Township. He served as Trustee and Treasurer of Claridon Township a number of years, and as Land Appraiser in 1850. He was Trustee of Marion Township three years, member of the City Council and School Board. Politically, he is a Republican.