bullet   Hainings, Harrowers, Powells, Richmonds, and Related Families   bullet

(Abt 1730 – )
wife UNK
(Abt 1735 – )
(Abt 1765-Bef 1868)


Family Links

Spouses & Children

1. Grizal LOCKIE

2. Jean CURRIE

James HAINING 1 2 3 4 5
  • Born: Abt 1765, of New Cumnock, Ayrshire, Scotland 6
  • Partnership (1): Grizal LOCKIE about 1787 in New Cumnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
  • Marriage (2): Jean CURRIE about 1792 in prob Ayrshire, Scotland
  • Died: Bef 1868, prob Ayrshire, Scotland

bullet   Another name for James was James HANNING.


bullet  General Notes

Suspect George Haining, James Haining, and Jean Haining (all of New Cumnock, Ayrshire, Scotland) are siblings (although there is no proof at this time).  Robert Haining of Muirkirk, Ayrshire, Scotland may be another sibling.


bullet  Birth Notes

of Lithins Farm, New Cumnock


bullet  Recorded Events in His Life

  • He worked as a Farmer of Lithins in New Cumnock, Ayrshire, Scotland.
  • He resided at Lithins (Lithans) in New Cumnock, Ayrshire, Scotland.


James had a relationship with Grizal LOCKIE about 1787 in New Cumnock, Ayrshire, Scotland. (Grizal LOCKIE was born about 1767 of New Cumnock, Ayrshire, Scotland 6.)


James next married Jean CURRIE about 1792 in prob Ayrshire, Scotland. (Jean CURRIE was born about 1770 of New Cumnock, Ayrshire, Scotland 6 and died before 1868 in prob Ayrshire, Scotland.)


bullet   Sources   bullet

  1. Kirsty M. Haining.
  2. John B. Craven, "The Hainings and the Cravens: A Twentieth Century Family History" (mss. privately published in 1995, but it was a work in progress. John continued to update, add content, and re-write his manuscript up until his death in 2014.).
  3. Achievements Ltd. to John Boyd Craven, letter, 21 March 1973; privately held by Craven.
  4. Old Parish Registers of the Church of Scotland, Index of Births & Christenings, 1553 –1854 (Edinburgh, United Kingdom: General Register Office for Scotland), David Hanning birth, 14 Aug 1795, Parish of New Cumnock, GROS Data 608/00 0001. The Old Parish Registers are church records of births, baptisms, banns, marriages, deaths, and burials that were kept by individual parishes within the Church of Scotland ("the Established Church") from 1553 until 1855 when civil registration began.  All original registers are now held by the General Register Office for Scotland at New Register House in Edinburgh, Scotland.
  5. Statutory Registers of Scotland, Deaths Records, 1855-1963 (Edinburgh, United Kingdom: General Register Office for Scotland), David Haining death, 11 December 1868, Parish of Tarbolton, County of Ayr, Scotland.
  6. Kirsty M. Haining, Estimated date. Estimates are based off of known event dates (birth dates, christening dates, marriage dates, graduation dates, retirement events, death dates, etc.) from the lives of the individual's immediate ancestors or descendants. Women are estimated to be roughly 20 years older than the birth of the first child; men are about 5 years older than their wives; siblings are estimated at 2 years apart.

Use Control + on your PC keyboard (or Command + on a Mac) to make the text size larger and more readable.
Control - will zoom back out again, and Control 0 will reset the zoom to its default size.


bullet   Have a comment or a correction? Sign my guestbook!   bullet

Home  |  Pedigree Charts  |  Surnames  |  Name List  |  Rootsweb Tree

This website was created on 04 April 2014 with Legacy 8.0 from Millennia and modified by LTools and by hand.
Data on this page was last updated on 26 March 2017.
Copyright 2017 Kirsty M. Haining. All rights reserved.