She was born in Marion Mississippi, in 1884 she was married to Louis Haynes. in Lawrence county Mississippi. if you have any information please reply.
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We took a minute and found your ancestor in Family Tree: Cornelia Haynes LY17-763. She is married to Louis H. Haynes LY17-7Y6. You have attached several sources to Cornelia, including the 1903 marriage and the 1910 U.S. census.
If you search FamilySearch historical records from her person page, there are two other records that might relate to your great grandmother: Nealy Haynes in the Mississippi Enumeration of Educable Children in 1892. The record indicates her parent is Julia Haynes and there are two other children: Thos and Andrew.
Also, there is a Cornelia Haines, other relative, in the 1900 census at Monroe, Mississippi, with Juliann Haines, Frances, Bevely Haines, Andrew Haines, Josie Haines, Exel Haines and Celiann Haines. Juliann is the Head, Frances is the daughter and the rest are grandchildren.
If this is your ancestor, I'm wondering if the Julia Haynes listed in the Enumeration of Educable Children is actually the grandmother, as listed in the 1900 census?
Hopefully this helps a little with your research.
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