Name: Mark HALEY
Birth: ABT 1769 in VA/NC/MD/DE
Death: 1859 in TX
Residence: In Franklin Co. GA in 1799-1805?
Went to Morgan Dist. NC in 1790 and to GA in 1797/99.
1790 Census of North Carolina shows in the Fourth Company, Burke County, Morgan District:
Mark Hailey with 1 male over 16 and 5 females
1800 GA- Franklin Tax list Page 22 of Capt. John Barnetts Dist.- Mark Hayley, 500a, T. Grag, Ramsey, B. Riv and 200a, DB Hayley, Ramesy
1800 GA- Franklin Tax list Page 22 of Capt. John Barnetts Dist.- Mark Hayley for Howell Adams, non res, 120a, M. Jones, D. Jones, Indiain Creek
Deed Book O
Page 120 – December 16, 1802. Mark Haley and wife Sarah to [Capt] Thomas Payne. $ 600. 500 acres on Payne’s Creek adjoining land of Cook and Ramsey, it being part of a grant of 1300 acres jointly to Thomas Gregg and William Moss, the date not shown. Witnesses: William Payne, Samuel Payne J.P. Recorded February 24, 1803.
Helmers, Lois. Early Records of Franklin County, Georgia (Kindle Locations 2406-2408). Badgley Publishing Company. Kindle Edition.
From: MAMeyer77801@webtv.net (MaryAlice Meyer)
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Subject: Mark Haley
Date: Sun, 14 Oct 2001 23:15:00 -0500 (CDT)
Hi Bill and David, I am wondering if your ancestor Mark Haley is the same person as the Mark Haley mentioned by Leah Townsend in her 1935 book SC BAPTISTS 1670-1805: A few people including William Haley and Mark Haley were "dismissed" from Shoal Creek Baptist Church in Franklin Co. GA so that they could become founding members of a new Baptist church (Beaverdam Meeting house) which was the beginning of Hepzibah Baptist Church on Beaverdam Creek (constituted about 1803). Shoal Creek Baptist Church in Franklin Co. GA turned into Chauga Baptist Church in Oconee Co. SC in 1811 (p. 233).
The others were Esas Harbour, John Prestrig, Stephen Poe, John Silman, Aaron Arnal, Elizabeth Prestrig, and Fancy Haley ("dismissed" in June, 1797).
The great revival (which began in KY) hit this area about 1800, more or less).
George Vandiver was pastor in 1805 (p. 303). A footnote (p. 303) mentions "Beaverdam Baptist Church at Fair Play, SC" in BAPTIST HISTORICAL RECORD, Westminster, SC Sept. 1927, quoting Beaverdam records.
Shoal Creek Baptist Church entered the Sarepta Baptist Association in 1796, sending the following delegates for the next few years: James Blair, Francis Callaway, John Carter, John Cleveland (the pastor), John Doss, William Gates, Thomas Gilbert, and Charles S. Morton. I am not tracing the Haley line - just passing this along to you.
Mary Alice in TX aka Mary Abernathy Meyer
Date: Mon, 18 Feb 2002 07:33:04 -0700
From: "Carolyn Evertson" <email@example.com>
To: "David S. Payne" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: Change of e-mail address
David: I first got in touch with you two years ago when I had a question about a will made by Mark Haley (1803) in which he mentions Barzilla Harrison/Bathsheba (Zachariah) Harris. Bathsheba is my ggggrandmother and none of the Harris' reseasrchers knew who her father was, nor apparently did Haley/Hailey researchers. Your information on your GEDCOM was the first clue. That gave rise to Michael Hailey's incredible work on Hailey "Beginnings," in which he concluded that her parents were probably William and Margaret Conner Hailey. I still think there is a possibility it was Mark because Harris researchers have her birthdate wrong and she was younger than they think. Anyway, I am still trying to get ahold of a copy of that will.
My line: Haley/Hailey, Harris, Miles, Noble, Green <email@example.com>
Thanks so much for the updates, you have been a big help.
I have Michael's latest outline of our Haleys/Haileys. He lists Bathsheba as related to William and Margaret. I think maybe because Mark looks too young to be her father (Actually, he could be old enough), but both Mark and William were in Burke Co., NC (Morgan Dist.) in the 1790 census near Wooten Harris. Wooten had one male over 16 living with him and he had only been married a few years to Frances Adams (sister of Howell Adams). I think the male was Zachariah, his younger brother. Zachariah would have been about 16. Mark had
daughters of the right age and so did William, but why would Bathsheba's name appear in Mark's will if she wasn't related? I also think it is possible that he left her land which Zachariah sold and which gave them their stake. Zachariah bought and sold land in SC, GA and TN until he went to Illinois in 1829. As you can see, the will is a very important piece of information to me.
From: "Michael Hailey" <Hailey-M@mail.mssc.edu>
From what I understand, Mark the brother of Richard did go to Texas but it looks like he went back east.
1830 Citizens of Texas: Guilford White; First Edition, Eakin Press, Austin TX; Austin's "Register of Families, p 51: San Augustine:
Aug. 19, 1835, Mark Haley - native of Alabama, wife and one child, emigrated 1825
-and another source records similar-
Stephen F Austin was the first contractor with Mexico to bring colonists into Texas. Beginning in 1825, he was required to record personal information on each new entrant. Included:
Mark (Marcus?) Haley, native of Al, emigrated 1825, wife and one child
Hardin Tennessee 1850 census
Halley, Richard 29, Martha A. 26, Joseph R. 1, T T, Hd-38-406
Haley, Guilford W. 34, Cansthia L. 30, Martha A. 11, Mary A. 9, Kethura A. 8, Louisa E. L. J. 4, Ala T, Hd-59-496
Halley, Mark 79, Dilly 61, Jessee 27, Mary 25, Francis 19, NC NC, Hd-79-411
Father: Richard HALEY , Sr., * b: ABT 1745 in VA
Mother: Mary RAYBURN , * b: ABT 1748 in Bertie Co. NC