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David Lonnie Haney

Birth2 March 1845 - North Carolina, USA
Death9 October 1929 - Greenville, Greenville County, South Carolina, USA
MotherCaroline Burnette
FatherJames Haney

Born in North Carolina, USA on 2 March 1845 to James Haney and Caroline Burnette. David Lonnie Haney married Sarah Elizabeth Ledford and had 14 children. He passed away on 9 October 1929 in Greenville, Greenville County, South Carolina, USA.

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Parents
James Haney
1804 - 1880
Caroline Burnette
1812 - 1886
Spouse(s)
Sarah Elizabeth Ledford
1851 - 1937
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Laura Jane Haney
1875 - 1975
Ellen Haney
1870 - 1955
Malissa "Lissie" Ann Haney
1886 - 1984
Mary Caroline Haney
1872 - 1942
James N Haney
1870 - 1922
Anna Haney
1876 - 1911
Alice Valerie Haney
1893 - Unknown

Franklin E Haney
1887 - 1957
Mark Thomas Haney
1889 - 1976
Sarah Haney Wilson
1881 - Unknown
Pairlee Mary Haney
1886 - 1981
Emanuel N. Haney
1877 - 1905
John Lewis Haney
1879 - 1956
Ambrose Haney
1862 - 1948

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