Annie McCune

b. 7 March 1859, d. 27 September 1938
  • Annie McCune was born on 7 March 1859 in Texas.
  • James Perry McCune and Mary Hanna Doak appeared in the US federal census of 1 June 1860 in Anderson PO, Grimes County, Texas. Other members of the household included Annie McCune, Sarah E. McCune, Thomas J. McCune and Robert D. McCune. Also in the household were school teacher A. Smith, age 24, and overseer Thomas Lewis, age 25.
  • During the summer of 1873, she was enumerated in the public free schools census in the First School District of Grimes County: Ann McCune, age 14, White Female.
  • She married Emmett Albert Haynie, son of Thomas Jefferson Haynie and Edna Jane Uzzell, circa 1879.
  • Emmett Albert Haynie and Annie McCune appeared in the US federal census of 1 June 1880 in Anderson, Grimes County, Texas. Other members of the household included Ira Edwin Haynie.
  • Emmett Albert Haynie and Annie McCune appeared in the US federal census of 1 June 1900 in Anderson, Grimes County, Texas. Other members of the household included Roland Eugene Haynie and Eunice Clara Haynie. Also in the household were two farm laborers. It should be noted that birth information for everyone in this household appears to incorrect.
  • Annie McCune became a widow at the 16 February 1910 death of her husband Emmett Albert Haynie.
  • Members of the Haynie and Wood families, and some neighbors, were photographed in front of "the Haynie hotel" in Richards, about 1911.
  • Annie McCune appeared in the US federal census of 1 January 1920 in Anderson & vicinity, Grimes County, Texas, enumerated next to Annie's daughter Eunice Kemp.. Other members of the household included Mary Hanna Doak.
  • She was a farmer, according to the 1920 census.
  • She was a farmer, according to the 1920 census.
  • Annie McCune died on 27 September 1938 at age 79 in Grimes County, Texas, . Her death was officially witnessed by Ira Edwin Haynie.
  • She was buried at Fairview Cemetery in Grimes County, Texas, near Richards. Her husband Emmett was buried in 1910 with his family in their small plot at Odd Fellows Cemetery in Anderson.
  • It seems likely that John Alexander Haynie and Emmett Albert Haynie were closely related, married to sisters Sallie and Annie McCune, and both residents of Grimes County. Perhaps their grandfathers John and Uriah Haynie were brothers. -- Can anyone shed any light on this?
  • Last Edited: 17 May 2014

Family: Emmett Albert Haynie b. 16 August 1856, d. 16 February 1910