Friday, August 09, 2013

Surname Saturday: HAINLINE, HENLEIN

The HAINLINE name originated as the German HENLEIN. This family was located in the area known as the Palatinate, or Pfaltz, Germany. Protestants from this area emigrated to North America and other areas to escape religious persecution, and were called "Palatines." It appears the HENLEIN family emigrated in the late 18th century with a large number of other Palatines to what is now Virginia.

Stories and History:

Ahnentafel #200 - Johannes HENLEIN (d. 1775) - born in Pfaltz, Germany; married Catherine KUHN (dates unknown) and had 11 known children. Immigrated to North America and settled in what is now Virginia.

Ahnentafel #100 - John HENLINE (1760 - 1834) - born in Virginia. Wife's name is unknown, but they had six known children. He died in Montgomery Co., Kentucky.

Ahnentafel #50 - John W. HAINLINE (1796 - 1861) - born in Montgomery Co., Kentucky; married Mary DeVERRE (1803 - 1871) in 1826 in Clark Co., Kentucky. They had 11 known children. He died in McDonough Co., Illinois.

Ahnentafel #25 - Susan W. HAINLINE (1828 - 1914) - born in Montgomery Co., Kentucky. She was the second wife of Gideon CHAPLIN (1821 - 1876), whom she married in 1850 in McDonough Co., Illinois. They had ten children. She continued to run the family farms with her sons' help after her husband died. The family emigrated to Union Co., Iowa and then Cheyenne Co., Kansas, where she died after a stroke a fall.

Ahnentafel #12 - Albert Francis CHAPLIN (1868 - 1946) - born in Afton, Union Co., Iowa. He married Emma Alice LYTON (1874 - 1959) about 1891 in Iowa. They had six children, and lived all over the Midwest and West (Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota, Colorado, Idaho) before settling in Washington State, where Albert died.

Ahnentafel #6 - Forrest "Frank" L. CHAPLIN (1901 - 1977) - born in Yankton, Yankton Co., South Dakota. Came out West in a covered wagon as a boy with his family...yes, they still had them in the early 1900s! Married Leona Mary MARTIN (1906 - 1993) in 1925 in Vancouver, Clark Co., Washington. they had three children and lived in various counties in Central and Western Washington State. Frank died in Othello, Adams Co., Washington.

Ahnentafel #3 - My children's paternal grandmother (living)

Ahnentafel #1 - My children's father (living)

More About the HAINLINE Family:

1. Online database (I update this at least once a month): HAINLINE and HENLEIN ancestors and relatives (no info on living persons available)

2. Posts about HAINLINE ancestors and relatives on this blog

3. Some scanned HAINLINE documents

My children's HAINLINE Immigration Trail:

Pfaltz, Germany > VA > Montgomery Co., KY > Clark Co., KY > McDonough Co., IL > Union Co., IA > Cheyenne Co., KS > Butler Co., NE > Fremont Co., IA > Clay Co., SD > Yankton Co., SD > Prowers Co., CO > Cheyenne Co., IA > Payette Co., ID > Yakima Co., WA > Thurston Co., WA > Clark Co., WA > Spokane Co., WA

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