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Haney Family Cemetery

Off Camden Road in the vicinity of Lee Pierce Road

Marshville Township, Union County, North Carolina

Submitted to the Union County Family Cemetery Book by Mrs. Emily Sneed

Updated from marriage, census records and

personal knowledge by Ann Price Feb. 2009.

From the cemetery files of Ann Medlin Price

Eason, Elizabeth (Haney)

June 17, 1837-Dec 1, 1902

D/o William Spears and

Sarah Elizabeth Marsh Haney

W/o Thomas L. Eason

Married Nov 28, 1854 Union County

Eason, Thomas L.

Feb 22, 1835-Oct 8, 1913

S/o Moses & Hannah Rogers Eason

Gregory, R.E. (Emma)

Jan 15 1875-Nov 25, 1876

Gregory, S.L. (Sarah Elizabeth)

Jan 10, 1874-Jan 6, 1877

(S.E. and R.E. Gregory were daughters of

William Ellis Gregory & Nancy J. Haney,

daughter of Wiliam Spears and Sarah

Elizabeth Marsh Haney-Lived in Union

County 1880-moved to Eldorado, Ark.)

Haney, E. H. (Eli) [1]

Died Dec 17, 1864-Age 18

(Died in the Civil War)

S/o William Spears and

Sarah Elizabeth Marsh Haney

Haney, Norfleet Boggan [2]

1845-Mar 23, 1879


S/o William Spear and

Sarah Elizabeth Marsh Haney

Haney, Sarah (Elizabeth)

May 16, 1812-Feb 13, 1872

D/o William & Elizabeth Harrell Marsh

W/o William Spears Haney

Married about 1831

Haney, W.S. (William "Billy" Spears)

July 31, 1803-Sept 10, 1884

S/o Hezekiah Haney

Horn, Z.T. (Zachariah)

1848-Nov 22, 1911

Married Sarah Rebecca Haney

daughter of William Spears and

Sarah Elizabeth Haney





This page created Jan. 28, 2009 by Julie Hampton Ganis updated March 15, 2009



[1] -E. H. Haney Company F, 2nd NC Junior Reserves/Company I, 37th NC Infantry. Private.

Born about 1847 in Anson County, NC and was by occupation a farmer when he enlisted on May 30, 1864 at Camp Holmes for the war. At time of enlistment, he was 17 years, 8 months, 23 days old. He was 6 tall, had dark complexion, dark hair, blue eyes. His name appears on a Receipt Roll for clothing dated July 28, 1864. Company Muster Roll dated Aug. 31, 1864 stated he was present. Company Muster Roll dated Aug. 31 to Oct. 31, 1864 stated that he was transferred to General Service Sept. 19, 1864 [Co. I, 37th NC Infantry]. [Listed on roster of the 37th NC Infantry as Elijah H. Haney.]


[2] -Marker not located on Feb. 2009 visit to this cemetery.


Haney, Norfleet B. Company I, 53rd NC Infantry. Private. Resided in Union County where he enlisted Feb. 2, 1863. Captured near Petersburg, Va., Apr. 2, 1865 and confined at Point Lookout, Md., Apr. 4, 1865. Released June 27, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.


Saturday, March 29, 1879, MONROE ENQUIRER (Union County, NC)

-Sunday evening...Mr. N.B. HANEY, living some 12 miles east of here...committed suicide by hanging...