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Descendants of James HAYNES of Brinklow, Warwickshire

James Haynes consistently gives his place of birth as Brinklow in Warwickshire, but I have not been able to find him in the Brinklow parish record index or transcript. There is also no trace of him in the censuses before 1871.

 


James HAYNES and Sarah BRADSHAW

 
Eliza ?? 1812
& Thomas BRADSHAW
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&1856 Edward GENT 1810
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Elizabeth BRADSHAW 1838-1869
 
Sarah BRADSHAW ca 1841
   
&1858 Benjamin MUGLETON 1832
 
& N K
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&1864 James HAYNES ca 1825-1903
   
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Sarah Eliza 1860
 
Samuel 1865
 
William 1867
 
Mary E 1869
 
Jane Ann 1859
 
Ernest 1873
 
Jonathan Edward (Ted) 1876
 
Alfred Richard 1880-1883
   
Thomas HAYNES
& ? ?
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James ca 1825-1903

The earliest records of James HAYNES uncovered so far are his marriage certificate with Sarah Bradshaw and the 1871 census where they living in Sheffield and gives his occupation as engine driver. There are two children living with them:

  • Mary E MUGELTON (b1869, Callan Bridge), niece. This is the daughter of Sarah's (deceased) sister Elizabeth.
  • Ann J HAYNES (b1859, Ashby-de-la-Zouche). This is actually Sarah's daughter, Jane Ann BRADSHAW. In 1861 Sarah (recorded as daughter-in-law, unmarried) and Jane Ann (recorded as granddaughter) were living with Edward and Eliza GENT in Smisby, Derbyshire - Edward married Eliza Bradshaw in 1856 and is probably Sarah's mother remarrying.

In 1881 James and Sarah have moved to Derbyshire and are living at 18 Craven Row, Nether Green, Unstone, with:

  • Mary E HAYNES (The same Mary E as in 1871, but now taking the HAYNES surname).
  • Ernest (b1873, Unstone, Derbyshire).
  • Jonathan Edward (b1876, Unstone, Derbyshire).
  • Alfred Richard (1880-1883).

Also, Jane Ann is married in 1881 and also seems to have had an illegitimate daughter:

Jane Ann BRADSHAW 1859
& N K
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& Thomas BROWN 1850
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Mary A 1879
 
William Thomas C 1880
 
Annie 1882
 
Agnes 1884
 
Frank 1886
 
Alfred 1888
 
Eliza 1891
 
Alice 1892
 
Nellie 1895

In 1891 and 1901, James is an inmate at the Chesterfield Workhouse. In 1891 Sarah is still in Unstone with sons Ernest and Jonathan.

The family story is that Ernest and Jonathan went to work for the Duke of Devonshire (8th Duke 1833-1908) at Chatsworth House. They had an accident with one of the Duke's horses, which they shouldn't have been riding, and the horse had to be put down. As a result they left Chatsworth house and moved to Leicester. This would have happened between 1891 when they were still living in Unstone, and 1901 when they were living in Leicester. There is no trace of any Haynes in the employment records of Chatsworth House for this period, which sheds some doubt on the accuracy of this story.


Ernest HAYNES and Eliza GRADY

Ernest HAYNES 1873
&1898 Eliza Austin GRADY 1875
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Hilda ca 1904

 


Jonathan Edward (Ted) HAYNES and Edith HEMSLEY

Jonathan Edward HAYNES (Ted) 1876
&1897 Edith HEMSLEY 1874
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Evelyn HAYNES 1897-1981
 
Alfred HAYNES 1899-1972
 
Herbert HAYNES ca 1902-1926
 
Ernest Edwin HAYNES 1904-1964
 
Edith HAYNES (Edie) 1906
 
Vera HAYNES 1908-1926
 
Ethel May HAYNES (sis) 1910-1994
 
Raymond HAYNES 1917-1996
&1916 Thomas Henry GODWIN ca 1896-1917
 
&1929 Dorothy Louisa CAPEWELL 1894-1974
     
& Elsie Augusta WILLIAMSON 1903
 
& Harry GODSON
     
&1935 Joseph Leonard FARMER 1907-1959
 
& Dorothy ?
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& Dorothy ?
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Evelyn Vera (Babs) 1916-2007
 
John 1932-
 
Dorothy Mary 1936-
 
David Malcolm 1938-
     
Rosamond 1930-
 
Tony 1932-1974
 
Janet 1934-
 
Doreen ca 1930-
 
Anne ca 1936-
 
William ca 1936-
     
Raymond 1936-
 
Leonard 1938-1939
 
June 1942-
 
Janet Mary 1944-
 
Alan 1946-
 
Rosemary Ethel 1949-
     
Margaret
 
Lesley

Jonathan was a carpenter and wagon builder. Edith HEMSLEY's father was a carpenter and joiner, so it is likely that they met through business.

Haynes Children
The Haynes children in about 1914.

Back row L to R:
Edith, Alfred, Evelyn, Herbert

Front L to R:
Ethel, Ernest, Vera.

Evelyn HAYNES and Thomas GODWIN

Thomas Henry GODWIN ca 1896-1917
&1916 Evelyn HAYNES 1897-1981
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Evelyn Vera GODWIN (Babs) 1916-2007
&1939 Leslie Thomas CUNDY 1915-2001
 
 
 
 
Thomas Godwin
Evelyn Haynes
Babs
 Thomas ca 1917Evelyn (neé Haynes) 1917Evelyn (Babs)

Thomas Henry GODWIN died 4 October 1917. He is honoured on the Tyne Cot Memorial.

Alfred HAYNES and Dorothy CAPEWELL

Alfred HAYNES 1899-1972
&1929 Dorothy Louisa CAPEWELL 1894-1974
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John 1932-
 
Dorothy Mary 1936-
 
David Malcolm 1938-
Alfred Haynes and Dorothy Capewell wedding

Ethel May HAYNES and Joseph FARMER

Ethel May HAYNES (sis) 1910-1994
&1935 Joseph Leonard FARMER 1907-1959
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Raymond 1936-
 
Leonard 1938-1939
 
June 1942-
 
Janet Mary 1944-
 
Alan 1946-
 
Rosemary Ethel 1949-
Ethel Haynes and Joseph Farmer wedding

Research Notes

James HAYNES consistently gives his place of birth as Brinklow, although in 1871 and 1881 (living with wife Sarah) he gives his age as being born about 1825, whereas in 1891 and 1901 (living in Chesterfield Union Workhouse) he give it as being born about 1819. This would suggest that while living with his wife he adjusted his age to reduce the large difference between them, however, his death certificate in 1903 gives an age of 78 which supports the 1825 date.

The IGI contains parish records for Brinklow and the surrounding villages and there is no trace of James's birth, and none of the HAYNES families living in the area seem to be suitable candidates.

The Freeholders of Warwich lists a Thomas HAYNES in Brinklow who does not seem to appear in the IGI records indicating they are not complete. I cannot find any other record of this Thomas.


Also see:

Easterbrook Family History Last Updated: Site 2016-12-23 Page 2016-12-23

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