Thank you for replying.At first the last name of "Haynie" threw me off, I thought that the writer of the will had mispelled "Haynes" and knew there were lots of those connected to my Ford family, up there in Eulaton, Calhoun County, Alabama.But then, decided, it most definitely was spelled "Haynie" and started looking on census images to see if I could find this E. J. Haynie.Do you know who Enoch married?What was her maiden name?
I dsecend through the Ganns on my mom's side.Allen is my dad's side.
My Gann line: Samuel Gann b.1703-05 married Elizabeth -?-
Adam Carter Gann b. 1727 married Jane -?-
Ignatious Nathan Gann b.1759 married Susan Delaney
Nathan Gann b. 1794 married Percilla -?-
Susanna "Susan" H. Gann b. 1825 married Austin Ayers
Lougenia Ayers b. 1854 married Duke William Chandler
Elzia Birdie Chandler b. 1890 married Christopher Columbus "Lum" Payton
Geneva Payton b. 1914 married Grady Allen Ford
Grady's parents were: Calep Milton Ford married Lula "Lou" Ellen Allen Columbus H. Allen married Rachel Evelyn Lloyd Hiram Allen married Cynthia Wofford Cooley
Calep Milton Ford's sister Nancy Ann Ford married David Jackson Haynes.(that is why I thought there might be a mistake on the spelling of the name Haynie.)
I was born at Eulaton and lived there until 1955 when my parents moved us to Tampa Fl.Still have tons of relatives in Calhoun and surrounding areas.Are you there?