Thanks for replying.This certainly is a strange coincidence....two Roxy Haynors/Hayners, both married at Saratoga, NY in 1824.Additionally, I went to my Haner/Hayner book, which is heavily populated with Hayners from New York and did not find your Roxana listed there.They never confirmed any connection to my Haynor family, either, so I guess both Roxy-s are orphans at this point.
Getting back to your question as to a possible connection.....I'm wondering if perhaps Henry and Roxana could've been siblings.Henry's last name has been spelled both Haynor and Hayner at various times in various publishings, and it seems they were close enough in age for it to be possible.Just to check, though.....Henry was born around 1793.In those days, it was quite normal to have siblings 10-15 years younger or older than you.I don't know yet, but I'm guessing Henry grew up near the Saratoga area somewhere.One thing to consider:the family genealogy I inherited lists Henry's father as Abram.The only Abraham Haynor I have found was listed as a contributor to a Church in Rock City Falls, NY in 1844.I'm thinking this may well have been Henry's father, though I have no direct evidence of it yet.If it is, might it also have been Roxana's father?You might try looking more into that, particularly if you happen to live in New York, or even the Saratoga area.
As for Henry and Roxy's children:Tobias, b. between 1827 and 1829; Isaac, b. 1831; Catherine, b. 1835; Charles, b. 1838; Theresa, b. in Michigan between 1839 and 1843.As you can see, there are some discrepancies, depending upon where you look.
A question.....so many New York records are gone, how did you come up with a wedding announcement at Saratoga in 1824.Was this in the Washington County Post?And is Washington County in New York?I have not been able to find any additional info. at Saratoga.