|Andrew J Haines|
township, Miami county, Indiana, to eliza Endsley, who was born in that county October 31, 1835; they had four children.
Comrade Haines was a farmer boy and was but 15 years old when he enlisted at Peru, Indiana, August 19, 1862; was a private
soldier in Company D, 99th Indiana; in 1863 he was ill in field hospital with mumps about one month; he was an active
participant in sieges of Vicksburg, Jackson, Resaca, Atlanta, Kenesaw, and Ft. McAlister, and numerous skirmishes; he was
mustered out June, 1865. He had four brothers in the Union service, one of whom, Reuben, was in Company D, of the 99th; he
is a member of the Congregational church of which he is a trustee; belongs to Summer's Post, No. 59, G. A. R.; by occupation
is a farmer. Comrade Haines' mother is a first cousin to Ex-Governor Wade Hampton, of South Carolina, but it did not affect
the loyalty of the Indiana family as one of the brothers, John, was in the 88th Cavalry; Mark and George in the 8th Indiana
Infantry, and Reuben and Andrew in the 99th Indiana. His address is Amboy, Indiana.
Daniel R. Lucas, Horner Printing Company, 1900