I have an article written in 1975 about the shooting of James Lafayette Hainsworth on Oct. 19, 1857 in Sumpter Co. AL. Genealogical information includes the following: "In this article the spelling of this name has been Hainesworth.The tombstones have "Hainesworth." Marengo Co. records have it "Hainsworth", while in Washington Co. it was "Haynesworth." This name was pronounced by some as "Ainesworth" or "Anesworth."We are satisfied that there are some descendants of Levin Haynesworth who now spell their name without the "H." Levin and Martha Hainesworth (Washington Co. AL...resident before 1810)had a son, James P.Hainsworth who married Amelia Adams Nov. 9, 1820 in Marengo Co. AL.(Levin deeded a love gift to James L. Hainsworth in 1825, and he also made a gift to John Clarke McGrew that year.) James P. Hainsworth died before 1850. His wife Amelia(Pamelia) was the head of the household in Sumpter Co. in 1850.She was a native of TN as was her brother William P. L. Adams who was managing her property at that time.Living in her household were: James L.(born near Linden,Marengo Co. Al Feb. 28, 1829, shot and killed in a gunfight by Thomas Scales, Oct. 18, 1857; Columbus, born ca. 1828(married a Miss Cusack, dau. of John C. Cusack); Elisha A., bornca 1830; Sallie A.(married Dr. Estill) born ca 1832; and Theodosia Trigg, wife of James L."Aunt Doe" .Mrs. Theodocia Trigg Hainsworth Mooring died in 1912 and was buried next to James L. Hainsworth. In addition, a Nancy Hainsworth McGrew Phillips was also the talk of the town in Sumpter Co. She removed to Leon Co. TX in the 1850's. She had a son Levin Phillips. I am a McGrew descendant and would like to talk with any member of this family.