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The Ancestors of Vickie Beard Thompson

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Joel Henly HAYDEN

COURT RECORDS: He was appointed guardian 13 May 1844 in Crittenden County, Kentucky to his brother and sister-in-law G. W. and Elvira Elder.

CENSUS RECORDS: He was 34 in 1850, working as a stonecutter, living in Dist #2, Caldwell County, Kentucky.

CENSUS RECORDS: He was 43 in 1860, working as a farmer, living in Marion, Crittenden, Kentucky.

CENSUS RECORDS: He was 54 in 1870, working as a farmer, living in Hadensville, Todd, Kentucky.


Mary Catherine BROWN

She was 34 in 1860.

She was 44 in 1870.


Mary A. HAYDEN

She was 8 months old in 1860.

She was 11 in 1870.


Thomas Jefferson RHODY

CENSUS RECORDS: He was 23 in 1900, married 5 years, living in Justice Pct #1, Collin County, Texas.


Minnie Elizabeth DAVIS

CENSUS RECORDS: She was 21 in 1900, mother of zero children, married to Thomas RHODY.


William Henry RHODY

CENSUS RECORDS: He was 18 in 1880, married, living in Dist #4, DeKalb County, Tennessee.


Louisa Eliza PACK

CENSUS RECORDS: She was 18 in 1880.


James B. RHODY

CENSUS RECORDS: He was 18 in 1900, married 3 years, living in Justice Pct #7, Ellis County, Texas.

CENSUS RECORDS: He was 27 in 1910, married for 10 years, living in Farmersville, Collin, Texas.

CENSUS RECORDS: He was 37 in 1920, living in Justice Pct #2, Cottle County, Texas.


Nora

CENSUS RECORDS: She was 41 in 1920.

NOTES: She was married to a GOODMAN, before she married James RHODY. Her two sons Earl Goodman age 15 and Elgin Goodman age 8 are living with her in 1920.


Asa Frank LOFTIS

He was 12 in 1900.


Timothy HANEY

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.


James A. HANEY Sr.

He was 50 in 1920, living in Kuttawa, Lyon, Kentucky.

He was 57 in 1930, living in Kuttawa, Lyon, Kentucky.


Ivan R. HANEY

He was 2 years and 11 months old in 1930.