ROGER1 LOINES was at Hempstead with wife Mary in 1647, was one of the first settlers of Jamaica in 1656, had sons:

  John2 at Jamaica in 1660, at Hempstead in 1676,
    d. 1688.
  Nathaniel2 m. 1679, Darmaris Baylis, had eldest
   son Nathaniel and others.2
  Thomas2 m. Anna.
There is some evidence that John2 Loines had son William3 who m. Mary, dau. of George Baldwin and Mary Ellison, and had son William4 who m. 1734, Ann Valentine, dau. of Obadiah.

WILLIAM4 LOINES b. 1706 and Ann Valentine had:

  Mary5 b. 2, 12, 1734, m. Dec. 7, 1754, Thomas
  Stephen5 b. 26, 9, 1737, m. 1759, Phebe b. 12, 12,
   1735, d. 25, 3, 1815, dau. of Wm. Titus, he d.
  William5 b. 25, 5, 1746, m. 1767, Sarah Alsop, dau.
   of Richard and Sarah.
Children of STEPHEN5 and Phebe:

  John6 b. 30, 8, 1760, m. 1779, Phebe b. 5, 9, 1755,
    d. 1843, dau. of Thos.5 Seaman, he d. 1823.
  Phebe6 m. 1791, Jacob Valentine, son of Charles.
JOHN6 LOINES and Phebe Seaman, dau. of Thomas and Hannah, had:

  Stephen7 20, 3, 1780, m. 1798, Phebe Weeks, m. 2d
    1810, Sibbel (Powell).
  Simeon7 b. 2, 9, 1783, m. Martha Willets, dau. of
  Hannah7 b. 12, 4, 1786, Thomas b. 12, 2, 1789, d.
    19, 11, 1792.
  Ann7 b. 13, 3, 1797, m. John Searing.
STEPHEN7 LOINES and Phebe (Weeks) had:

  William8 b. 1799, d. 1875.
  Sarah8 b. 1801.
2d wife Sibbel (Powell) had:

  Mary8 b. 1811, d. 1814, Jonas b. 1814, d.
  John8 b. 21, 2, 1818, m. 14, 6, 1843, Mary Bunker,
    dau. of Capt. Reuben.
  Jonas P.8 b. 27, 4, 1821, m. Martha Macy, no
    children, he d. 15, 12, 1873.
  Robert8 b. 17, 5, 1824, m. Caroline, no children.
JOHN LOINES (d. 5, 3, 1854) and Mary (Bunker) had:

  Alice.9 Stephen9 m, Walter.9
WILLIAM5 LOINES, son of Wm. and Ann Valentine, and Sarah (Alsop) had:

  James b. 1768, m. 1790, Phebe Wright, dau. of John.
  Richard b. 1769, m. a Hopkins, of Philadelphia,
    and had Richard and William.
  Anne b. 1773, m. 1792, Thomas Ross.
  Sarah b. 1781, m. 1803, Edmond Kirby, son of
    Willets and Hannah.
JAMES LOINES and Phebe had:

  William, Robert, Charles b. 1798, Nancy, b. 1801,
   Phebe b. 1804.
(???)1 Loines m. Penelope Cox, dau. of Samuel, one child named Stephen2 b. near Bethpage, L. I., in
1757, m. Jan. 28, 1778, Martha Underhill, she d. 1812, he d. 1845.

  Stephen2 m. 2d 1814, Anne (dau. of Rowland
    Pearsall, widow) Allen, b. 1772, she d. 1840.
Anne Allen repented of marrying out of meeting in 1815.

Stephen spelled his name Lines, his great uncle Joshua Cox, in his will gave Stephen the silver watch that had been his brother Samuel's, Stephen's grandfather. The watch was with the Lines family in 1889. Penelope was soon a widow and m. 2d John Hawxhurst and had several children.

The children of STEPHEN2 LINES and Martha (lived at Somers, was a Miller and Merchant) were:

  Joshua2 b. 1779.
  Freelove b. 1781, m. William Bugbee.
  John2 b. 1794, m.
  Samuel2 b. 1787, m. Elisabeth Vanvareel.
  Joseph2 b. 1789.
  James U.2 b. 1792.
  Jacob2 b. 1795.
  William2 b. 1798.
  Sally Ann2 b. 1809.
2d wife had:

  Martha2 b. 1816, m. Stephen Horton, lived in
   Tioga Co., Richford P. O.
SAMUEL2 and Elisabeth (Vanvareel) Lines had:

  Sally Ann3 b. 1809, Christianne3 b. 1810, Peter
    Williams3 b. 1813, Stephen3 b. 1815, Annie Allen3
    b. 1817, Rowland Allen3 b. 1820, Henry Augustus3
    b. 1829, Elvira3 b. 1833, and Mary.3
PETER WILLIAMS3 LINES m. Sarah Griffith, children:


Samuel4 m. Jane Crosby.



Dr. Ernest5 Howard Lines (son of Samuel Lines and Jane Crosby) m. Elisabeth Lindsay James of New York.

Nathaniel Lynes (son of Roger) and Damaris (Baylis), eldest son Nathaniel m. Eunice Burroughs. He was a barber and lived in New York when they sold land at Jamaica in 1706.

1683. Ann Coles, widow of John being on the eve of a 2d m. with William Lynes, of Cow Neck gave half her land at Matinecock to her son Solomon Coles.

1689. Wm. Lyne bought land at Cow Neck of Elias and Sarah Doughty.

1691. Richard Osborne sold land to Wm. Lines of Cow Neck and wife Ann.

1713. William Lynes and Mary, his wife sold property at Jerusalem South, (or Oyster Bay, West Neck) to Elias Cornelius. Thomas Whitson lived many years on the place and sold it to Minell.

1745. William Loines bought land of Samuel Baldwin at Westbury.

1762. William Loines bought 60 acres at Westbury of Elisabeth and Richard Willis.

1776. Sarah Loines m. Samuel Gorham.

There were Loines' on New Haven Record, Ralph Loines m. Abiah Bassett.

1650. Henry Loines, son of John, of Badby, 2 miles from Daventry, 13 miles from Northampton had home in New Haven, he d. 1663, left widow, children:

  John b. 1656, Joanna b. 1658, Samuel b. 1660,
    Hopestill b. 1661.
Ralph brother of Henry, m. children:

John b. 1655.

Joseph on list of proprietors in 1685, b. 1657.

Benjamin b. 1659.

Ralph b. 1772.

(On list of Births spelled Lines, on list of Proprietors Loines. Some of them were on the Isle of Wight. I cannot connect the families, but it seems possible that Roger, Henry and Ralph may have been brothers. The name is said to be French, De Loines. M. P. B.)

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