Johannes (John) V. Henlein was born in 1730 in Coberg, Northern Bavaria, Palatine Germany. He married Catherine Kuhn/Coone in 1748 in Germany and their first child Jacob was born in February, 1749. The ship, Isaac, arrived in Philadelphia on 27 Sept 1749 through the port of Rotterdam, Netherlands, (then Cowes). The family moved from Norfolk, Virginia (where their second child, Catherine was born in 1750) to Rowan County, North Carolina between 1750 and 1752 (when their third child Christianna was born). Johannes/John Henlein died in 1775 in Rowan County, NC. Jacob Booe was the executor of his estate. Catherine moved to Kentucky after Johannes' death with her youngest sons John, Abraham, and George and remained in Kentucky until her death in 1798.
This name appears in some records as Hainline. We have used Haneline throughout this page since it is the prevalent spelling in Davie County, where most of these families were located.
Rowan County, Bastardy Bonds, May, 1817: Mother: Marjorie Land. Bondsman: Jacob Hainline, Aquiller Cheshire, John Henline.
See Hainline/Haneline Accounts
Children of Thomas Haneline and Hannah Owings
Edy Haneline (c1813-?) m. Burch Cheshier (m. 1838)
Elizabeth Haneline m. Unknown Harben; married by the date of her mother's will, Feb 1837
Lucy Haneline m. Henry Samuels, living Delaware Co. IN in 1842
George Kimbrough Haneline (1818-1872) m. Mary A. Phelps (1833-1868)
Mary (Polly) Haneline (ca. 1820-?) m. Uriah Keller (ca. 1815-1897), s/o John Keller and Rose Walker
Jacob Mitchell Haneline (ca. 1824-bef. 1870) m. Sarah (Sallie) Call (ca. 1828-aft. 1880)
Rebecca Haneline m. Adam Saunders (1810-?) (m. in 1834),
s/o William Saunders and Sally Sheek
Rowan County, Bastardy Bonds, February, 1831. Mother, Lucy Haneline. Bondsman, Richmond Baily and John Phillips
Rowan County, Bastardy Bonds, August, 1832. Mother, Lucy Haneline. Bondsman, Rocael Hofner
Some birthdates in this family were revised on February 17, 2004.
Mary/Maria, Alice, Emily and Jinney are all still at home in 1880, unmarried
Children of Jacob Mitchell Haneline and Sarah (Sallie) Call
Elizabeth Haneline (ca. 1846-?)
George Kimbrough Haneline (1848-1912 ) m. Mary Ann Myers (1855-1928)
d/o Jimmie Myers and Sarah (Sallie) Jane Shutt
David Haneline (1850-?) m. 1) Susannah Chaplin (ca. 1847-bef. 1899), 2) Eliza Belle Chaplin (ca. 1857-1922); they were half-sisters, daughters of Solomon Chaplin
John Haneline (1852-1914) m. Roxanna Stewart (1855-1944), d/o Samuel Stewart and Rebecca McDaniel
Nathan Haneline (ca. 1857-?)
Emma Haneline (ca. 1859-1927)
Sarah Haneline (ca. 1861-?). Did she marry James M. Jorden?
Doctor Mitchell Haneline (ca. 1863?-1937) m. Martha B. Armsworthy (1867-1944), d/o Robert Armsworthy and Mary Ann Foster
Did George K. Haneline have a previous marriage, to Catherine Wagoner in 1871?
In the 1870 census, Sarah is 9, and "Mitchell" is 7; in 1880, Sarah is 19, and "Doctor" is listed as 18. At his marriage in February 1889, Doctor Mitchell Haneline's age is given as 24. However, cemetery records show his birthdate as February 1860. We suspect it is really a couple of years later.
Apr, 1840 - Burch Cheshire and wf Edy and wife Uriah Keller (kelley?) (koeller?) and wife Polly (Edy and Polly being two of children of Thomas Haneline, deceased) to Lemuel Bingham for a sh all interest in sale of lands of Thomas Cheshire, with Bingham paying to said Cheshire and Keller whatever their wives may be entitled to. Witness: Thomas Settle.
Again, thanks to B. Zimmerman for the Haneline information. Email address: BEZIM@aol.com
Henline Heritage Page
Rowan County Tax List, 1778
NC Marriage Records
This page was revised on May 8, 2001. A few additions were made on February 20, 2004.
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