Rebecca, the daughter of William & Ann Glover

Son of Rebecca Glover Haynes

OBITUARY OF ARCHIE HAYNES  (b Apr 14, 1885, Hornell, NY; d 1957), Clipping saved by Daphne Gelser Glover from Hornell, NY paper:


Archie G. Haynes of 114 Chaddock Ave, Hornell, died unexpectedly yesterday afternoon at his home.  He was 71 years old.
He was a lifelong resident of Hornell.  He was employed by the Erie Railroad in 1905 as a fireman and was promoted to engineer in 1908. He held that position until his retirement Nov 7, 1951.  Haynes was engineer for the first diesel engine to arrive in Hornell.

Survivors include his widow, Louise, at home; two daughters, Miss Helen Haynes, at home and Mrs. Goerge Dodd of Hornell; two sons, Jack of Hornell and Donald of Auburn, ad 10 grandchiildren.

The body is at the family home on Chaddock Ave. where Evening Star Lodge No. 44, F. and A. M. will conduct memorial services at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.  At noon, Friday, the body will be taken to the Landon Funeral Home in Hornell, where funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. with the Rev. Carlyle F. Smith, pastor of Park Methodist Church, officiating.   Burial will be in Hope Cemetery.


Son of Archie Haynes:  L. JACK HAYNES

Hornell Evening Tribune

HORNELL - L. Jack Haynes, 87, of 82 Adsit St., Hornell, passed away early Friday afternoon (Nov. 23, 2007) at the Vincent House in Wayland.  Born in Hornell on Feb. 3, 1920, he was a son of the late Archibald and Louise Bill Haynes. On Oct. 2, 1947, he was married in Hornell to the former M. Teresa Mattie, who predeceased him on Dec. 8, 2000, after 53 years of marriage.  Besides his parents and wife, he was also predeceased by his two sisters, Audrey Dodd and Helen Haynes; and his two brothers, Donald and Paul Haynes.

A lifelong resident of Hornell, Jack graduated from Hornell High School with the class of 1940. He was a veteran of World War II, having served with the U.S. Army and was assigned to the Asiatic-Pacific Theater of operations as a Message Center Chief. He directed and coordinated all phases of the Message Center operations to insure the transmission of messages as 
well supervising and instructing personnel. He was a cryptographic technician and enchiphered, deciphered, encoded and decoded classified military message. He proudly served his country from 1942 to his honorable discharge as a staff sergeant in 1945.  Jack loved flowers and after the war, he returned to Hornell and became employed at the former James' reenhouse. He retired from the City of Hornell Water Department.
His family includes his eight children, Christine (Thomas) Gibson of West Henrietta, Elizabeth (Joseph) Armeli of Wayland, Sue (Gilberto) DeMatos of Watertown, Mass., Stephen (Jeanne) Haynes of Farmington, Nora Haynes of Hornell, Thomas (Jill) Haynes of Bath, David (Chris) Haynes of Gates and Karl (Linda) Haynes of Bear, Del.; his 19 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren; his sister-in-law, Anita Shick of Hornell; also his nieces and nephews. 

Calling hours are from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Monday at the Bishop & Johnson Funeral Home, Inc., 285 Main St., Hornell, where a funeral service will take place at 11 a.m. Tuesday, with Deacon Robert McCormick officiating. Committal services and interment will follow at St. Mary's Cemetery, Town of Fremont.