354. Ann Jane Schooler was born on 22 February 1822 in Bedford County, Tennessee.228 Name moved place date.230 Jane is said to have moved to Ray County, Missouri with her parents when she was fifteen years of age. She died on 25 January 1901 at the age of 78 in Ray County, Missouri. She has reference number RM 17810.
Ann Jane Schooler and James Patton Haynes were married on 1 November 1841 in Ray County, Missouri.228 They228 appeared in the census on 8 August 1850 in Ray County, Missouri.635 They635 appeared in the census on 25 July 1870 in Richmond Township, Ray County, Missouri.636 Ann and James636 appeared in the census on 19 June 1880 in Richmond Township, Ray County, Missouri.637 James Patton Haynes, son of Joseph H. Haynes and Sarah Patton, was born on 20 August 1816 in Maury County, Tennessee.230 About 1835 he was a Teacher in Missouri.230 Name belonged to value.230 Until the dismemberment of the Whig party after the defeat of Scott, in 1852, James was a member of that organization, and then joined the Democratic party. The actions of the Mormons in Missouri greatly exasperated him, and he took an active part in the war which resulted in their expulsion from Missouri. The doctrines of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church were in harmony with his own and he was an earnest member of that body. In 1854 he was a Justice of the Peace in Missouri.230 James served as Justice of the Peace for eleven years. In 1870 James was a Public Administrator in Missouri.230 James held this position for twelve years. He died on 4 October 1886 at the age of 70 in Ray County, Missouri. He has reference number RM 17828.
Ann Jane Schooler-17810 and James Patton Haynes-17828 had the following children: