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Henry Haynes

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Henry Haynes (c1822- ) of Haynes and Jefferis

c1822 Born at Astwood Bank, Warks.

1871 Living at Hygeia House, Spencer Street, Leamington (age 49 born Astwood Bank, Warks.), an Auctioneer. With his wife Mary A. (age 43 born Wellesbourne, Warks.) and their children Thomas A. Haynes (age 17 born Drabon Bapett), an Assistant (to his father?) and Jenny B. (age 15 born Drabon Bapett). Also his cousin Sarah Haynes (age 14 born Burton Dassett). Plus a servant. [1]

1879 of Hygeia House, Leamington. Director of Haynes and Jefferis [2]

1881 Living at Spencer Street, Leamington (age 59 born Astwood Bank, Warks.), an Auctioneer and Sheriff's Officer. With his wife Mary A. (age 53 born Wellesbourne, Warks.) and their daughter and Jenny B. (age 25 born Drayton). Plus a servant. [3]


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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 Census
  2. The Examiner, Saturday, January 11, 1879
  3. 1881 Census