|Birth: ||Nov. 2, 1828|
|Death: ||Jul. 23, 1895|
Died, at St. Vincent's hospital, in St. Louis, Mo., at 2 a.m. Tuesday, July 23, 1895, of blood poisoning, Mrs. Elizabeth Haynie, aged 67 years. Mrs. Haynie has been in poor health for a long time, once being almost an invalid. Ten days ago she went to the hospital at St. Louis for treatment, and at first improved. On Sunday a change occurred, and blood poison set in, after which she grew steadily worse until death relieved her. Mrs. Haynie's maiden name was Miss Elizabeth Cooper. She was born near Fairfield, Ill., and has resided in the state all her life.
She married Gen. I. N. Haynie, and shortly after moved to Cairo. Just before the war she moved to this city in company with her family, and has since remained here. During the war Gen. Haynie was adjutant general of the state. He died in 1865. Mrs. Haynie was a woman of high and noble character and was admired by all who knew her. She was a member of St. Paul's Pro-Cathedral.
She leaves to mourn her loss three daughters, Miss Mollie Haynie, who is a sister of charity in St. Louis; Mrs. Percival H. Ryan, formerly of St. Paul, Minn., but who removed to New York about a year ago, and Mrs. William W. Tracy, of Chicago, wife of ex-President Tracy, of the National League of Republican clubs, and a son, Edward Haynie of St. Paul, Minn. Mrs. Ryan and Mrs. Tracy have already arrived here, while Miss Haynie and Mr. Haynie will arrive to-day. The remains were brought from St. Louis last night by Mrs. Percival Ryan and Charles Ryan, of this city, and were taken to Mrs. Haynie's home, Sixth street. IL State Register, Springfield, IL 7-24-1895
Isham Nicholas Haynie (1824 - 1868)
Edwin C. Haynie (1856 - 1916)*
Corinth Haynie Ryan (1862 - 1939)*
Oak Ridge Cemetery
Plot: Block 10, 232
Maintained by: BjJ
Originally Created by: Charles W Brown
Record added: Feb 13, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 24590652