Daniel Curtiss Haynes
b. 23 January 1824, d. 10 April 1875
- Father: Daniel Phelps Haynes b. circa 1801, d. 10 September 1873
- Mother: Sabrina Burnapp b. circa 1797, d. 28 December 1872
- Daniel Curtiss Haynes was born on 23 January 1824 in Leicester, Worcester County, Massachusetts.
- He married Maria DeVeaux Woodruff, daughter of Henry Augustus Woodruff and Maria De Voe, on 13 September 1848 in Buffalo, Erie County, New York, at Saint Paul's Episcopal Church.
- Daniel Curtiss Haynes and Maria DeVeaux Woodruff appeared in the 14 January 1861 provincial census of "Canada" in St. Catharines, Lincoln County, Canada West (later Ontario), Canada. Also in the household was one female servant, and also clerk Leonard Collard, age 24.
- He was a merchant, according to the 1861 census.
- Daniel Curtiss Haynes and Maria DeVeaux Woodruff appeared in the 2 April 1871 first national census of Canada in St. Catharines, Lincoln County, Ontario. Other members of the household included Edward Woodruff. Also in the household was one female servant, and Edward H. Woodruff (age 11), but whether he was the son of Edward or of his brother Henry is not yet known.
- He was a banker, according to the 1871 census.
- Daniel Curtiss Haynes died on 10 April 1875 at age 51 in New York County, New York.
- Maria DeVeaux Woodruff became a widow at his death.
- He was interred at Ontario, Canada.
- From J. Castell Hopkins' The Canadian Album (1896):
The late Daniel Curtiss Haynes, St. Cathariens, Ont., was born January 23rd, 1824, in Leicester, Mass., U.S.A. He is the son of Daniel Phelps Haynes and Sabrina Burnapp, both of American birth. Mr. Haynes came to Canada with his parents in 1836, and settled in St. Catharines, where he received his education at the public schools. HIs early life was devoted to his father's business, conducting a stage line from Niagara to Hamilton. This he continued for many years, after which he went into the grocery business on his own account. He afterwards opened a private bank, which he conducted up to the time of his death, April 10th, 1875, when in his fifty-first year. Mr. Haynes was a member of the C. O. F; in religion a member of the Church of England. He was married September 15th, 1848, to Maria DeVeaux, daughter of Henry A. Woodruff, of Niagara Falls, N.Y. He remembered in his numerous bequests the several charitable institutions in St. Catharines, and was a most exemplary man, and has left the fragrant memory of a strictly honorable and benevolent life. While in business he made many friends, and his word was counted equal to his bond.
- Last Edited: 4 Jul 2013