He was 21 in 1910 living in Lyon County, Kentucky and said he had been married for 1 year.
He was 30 in 1920 living in Kuttawa, Lyon, Kentucky.
He was 41 in 1930 and he has a different wife and two small children and it looks like he has only been married to her for about 5 years.
She was 17 in 1900 and was working as a farm laboror.
She was 24 in 1910 and said she was the mother of zero children.
CENSUS RECORDS: 2 Jan 1920 Kuttawa, Lyon, Kentucky page #283, family #303/303
KINGSTON, Francis head, age 30, farm laborer, IL IL KY
KINGSTON, Eva L. wife, age 34, KY TN TN
KINGSTON, Jennie dau, age 9, KY IL KY
KINGSTON, Lou dau, age 6, KY IL KY
HANEY, Susan A. mother-in-law, age 62, widowed, TN TN TN
He was 35 in 1850 living in Jackson County, Tennessee just a page away from John HANEY and he was listed as an idiot.
She was 30 in 1850 born in Tennessee.
She was 54 in 1870 living in Union, Crittenden, Kentucky. Born in North Carolina. There was a J. H. JOHNSON age 9 living with her also. Was he a grandson?
He was 10 in 1870 living with his mother.
He was 18 in 1880 living with his brother Elijah.
He was 40 in 1900 said he had been married for 16 years. He was living 4 doors down from Elijah.
He was 50 in 1910 living in Lyon County, Kentucky. He said he had been married 27 years.
She was 36 in 1900 and said she was the mother of 7 children but only 6 were still living.
She was 44 in 1910 and said she was the mother of 11 children but only 8 were still living.
She was 15 in 1900.
She was 13 in 1900.
He was 9 in 1900.
He was 19 in 1910.
He was 2 in 1910.
He was 4 in 1900.
He was 13 in 1910.
He was 2 in 1850.
He was 33 in 1880, a widower with 2 daughters at home.
His death date on the internet on RootsWeb is listed as 9 Feb 1955. It was submitted by a Lonna Jean Conroy at email@example.com
He was 9 in 1860.
She was 2 months old in 1850.
She was 20 in 1870 living with her mother.
He was 16 in 1870 living with his mother.
He was 41 in 1900 and said he had been married for 11 years. They are living in Kuttawa, Lyon, Kentucky.
She as 31 in 1900 and said she was the mother of 5 children but only 3 were still living.
NOTES: He was 4 in 1850.
He was 24 in 1870 living with his mother.
CENSUS RECORDS: 1880 Union, Crittenden, Kentucky Film #1254410, Page #50
William J. HANEY Self M M W 34 TN
Occ: Farming Fa: TN Mo: NC
Jinsey HANEY Wife F M W 33 TN
Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN
William S. HANEY Son M S W 7 KY
Fa: TN Mo: TN
CENSUS RECORDS: 19 June 1900 Tolu, Crittenden, Kentucky page #114, family #263/264
HANEY, William J. head, age 65, NOV 1834, md 22 yrs, farmer, TN SC NC
HANEY, Jensie wife, age 64, OCT 1835, mother of 1 none living, TN TN TN
GREEN, Cora M. boarder, age 9, July 1890, KY KY TN
NOTES: He was 74 in 1910 and said he had been married for 35 years and was living in Lyon County, Kentucky. He also said he had been married twice.
She was 33 in 1880.
She was 64 in 1900 and said she was the mother of 1 child and that child was dead.
She was 68 in 1910 and said she was the mother of 1 child but that child was dead. However he was listed on the same page in 1910 and was still very much alive. She also says she had been married twice.
NOTES: I don't have postive proof yet that Elizabeth, John, Isaac and Samuel are sister and brothers. However, their families and descendants are in the same places in Tennessee, Kentucky, and Arkansas.
LAND RECORDS: Jackson County, Tennessee
Timothy HANEY, 5 acres on Blackburn's Fork "to include spring and house where Robert WILSON now lives" 26 Sep 1816.
Timothy HANEY, 52 acres on Blackburn's Fork of the Roaring River, next to Haney's improvements, 22 Nov 1825.
NOTES: Timothy Haney was born about 1760 probably in Charlotte County, Virginia. He was a Revolutionary War soldier along with his brother Robert Haney. They were sons of John Haney and Miss Foster. Timothy Haney is found in 1790 Anson County, North Carolina census. His sister was Elizabeth wife of Nathaniel Dobbs who had also moved to Anson County, North Carolina. Timothy Haney and family moved to Union District, South Carolina about 1797or 1798. He later married Elizabeth Woolbright daughter of Barnabas Woolbright. They moved to Jackson County, Tennessee by 1820 census. They owned land there. He probably died in this county. (Info from Mrs. Josephine Allen Zaugg)
CENSUS RECORDS: 1820 Jackson County, Tennessee
Timothy HANEY 1 male over 45 (Timothy), 1 female 26 to 45 (Elizabeth the wife), 4 males under 16 (John, Isaac, Samuel & ?), 1 female under 16 (Elizabeth the daughter)
CENSUS RECORDS: 1830 Jackson County, Tennessee
Timothy HANEY 1 male 60 to 70 (Timothy), 1 female 40 to 50 (Elizabeth the wife), 2 males 15 to 20 (John & Isaac), 2 male 5 to 10 (Samuel & ?)
NOTES: He and his family were possibly members of the Cherokee Indiana Tribe.
NOTES: She was the second wife of Timothy Haney.