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Monroe W. HainesAge: 69 years18411910

Name
Monroe W. Haines
Given names
Monroe W.
Surname
Haines
Birth February 16, 1841 22 27

Birth of a brotherColumbus L. Haines
June 5, 1844 (Age 3 years)

Birth of a sisterMartha Haines
January 1845 (Age 3 years)
Birth of a sisterFrances E. Haines
August 25, 1846 (Age 5 years)
Death of a maternal grandfatherJohann Heinrich (John Henry) Bogen
February 19, 1858 (Age 17 years)

MarriageMary M. MeyerView this family
September 24, 1864 (Age 23 years)
Death of a maternal grandmotherMargaret Lind
March 20, 1868 (Age 27 years)
Birth of a daughter
#1
Caroline Haines
about 1875 (Age 33 years)
Death of a brotherColumbus L. Haines
August 14, 1879 (Age 38 years)

Death February 24, 1910 (Age 69 years)
Burial
Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: November 29, 1838Stark Co, Ohio
2 years
himself
6 years
younger sister
-2 years
younger brother
8 months
younger sister
Family with Mary M. Meyer - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: September 24, 1864Marion Co, Ohio
11 years
daughter

Shared note

From "History of Marion County Ohio 1883"

M. is for Monroe (from 1850 census of Marion Co, Claridon twp)

M. W. HAINES, (Marion Township) formerly Secretary and Treasurer of the Huber Manufacturing Company, was born in Claridon Township, Marion County, February 16, 1841; he is the oldest son of Laman C. and Eleanor D. Haines. He was reared on a farm and educated in the public schools of Marion and subsequently took a course in the Iron City Commercial College of Pittsburg, and graduated in 1864. He clerked in the iron manufactory of Graff, Bennett & Co., of Pittsburg, one year; then went to Galion, Ohio, and was engaged in the grocery business one year, and from there returned to Marion and clerked in the store of George B. Smith one year. In 1867, his father engaged in the dry goods trade, and after clerking for him one year, his father went out of business and he was admitted as a member of the firm of Kowalke, Munday & Co., manufacturers of farming implements and furniture. In 1870, he disposed of his interest and bought a half interest in the Marion Flouring Mills, with which he was connected until 1873. He then clerked for F. P. Seffner until the incorporation of the Huber Manufacturing Company, when he became a stockholder and also Secretary and Treasurer. September 24, 1864, he was married to Miss Mary M. Meyer, by whom he has had one child, Carrie E. Mrs. Haines is a daughter of F. J. Meyer, of Canton, Ohio, where she was born August 1, 1846. Mr. and Mrs. Haines are members of the Episcopal Church of Marion.