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1850 census Bowen, Madison Co., AR Nov 6, 1850
Household #586
Samuel Haney, age 21, farmer, b. TN
Margaret, age 22, b. TN
John, age 3, b. AR
Caroline, age 3 months, b. AR
Living next door to Mary Bowen, age 54

1860 census Bowen, Madison Co., AR page 448
Household #697
Saml Haney, age 41, farmer, b. TN
Margaret, age 35, b. TN
John L., age 13, b. AR
Caroline, age 11, b. AR
Jemy (male), age 9, b. AR
Sarah, age 7, b. AR
Mary, age 5, b. AR
Margaret, age 2, b. AR
Nancy Guinn, age 14, b. TN

1870 census Bowen, Madison Co., AR page 366B
Household #9/10
Samuel Hayney, age 38, farmer, b. TN
Margaret, age 34, keeping house, b. TN
John L., age 23, b. AR, farmer
Caroline, age 18, b. AR
Jerry (male), age 16, b. AR, at school
Samuel, age 5, b. AR
Benj. Whitehead, age 60, b. TN, trader
Charley, age 26, b. AR, farmer
Winfield, age 20, b. AR

1880 United States Census Bowen, Madison, Arkansas Page Number 535B
Samuel HANEY Self M Male W 60 TN Farmer VA PA
Margaret HANEY Wife M Female W 52 TN Keeping House TN TN
Samuel HANEY Son S Male W 15 AR TN TN

Died on September 17, 1880 in Madison Co., AR

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THE HANEY FAMILY
Samuel Haney (1815-1888) was a farmer from Tennessee who settled in the Huntsville, Madison County, Arkansas, area sometime in the early 1840s. His brothers and mother settled in St. Genevieve County, Missouri. Samuel married Margaret Bowen Haney sometime around 1849, and they had six children: John, Gerry, Sam, Caroline, Sarah, and Margaret. Samuel's brother-in-law, John W. Bowen, travelled west to California during the gold rush of 1849 and later enlisted in the Union Army on February 23, 1863. Serving as a corporal in Company B, First Arkansas Infantry, Bowen spent most of his Civil War duty in the Fort Smith area and Madison County. His letters to Samuel and Margaret Haney from California in 1850 and from the army in 1864 and 1865 are among the most interesting documents in the collection. Samuel Haney also had business dealings with Jonas M. Tebbetts, a prominent antebellum Washington County lawyer and land speculator, and two items in the collection document their transactions