Philip Quinlan Haines1

#1727, (19 March 1824 - circa June 1906)
Relationship1st cousin 2 times removed of Nelle Belle Bridges
Father*Robert Haines1 (1787 - 1844)
Mother*Catherine Tremper1 (1794 - 1880)


Catherine Reese b. 1815, d. 1915
Children 1.Robert Haines10 (1846 - 1897)
 2.W R Haines11 (1850 - 1933)
 3.Anna Haines12 (1852 - 1916)
 4.Julia Haines13 (c 1854 - 1924)
 5.Ada Haines14 (c 1855 - 1877)
 6.Joseph Ellsworth Haines15 (1862 - 1938)
Birth*19 March 1824He was born on 19 March 1824 at Clermont Co., OhioG.2,3 
1830He appeared on the census of 1830 in the household of Catherine Tremper and Robert Haines at New Richmond, Ohio Twp., Clermont Co., OhioG; (neis. Mark and Margaret Strickland, sh. 213; Johnson Tremper, sh. 213; John C Jeffries, sh. 213; John Tremper, sh. 211; Samuel Collord, sh. 210.)4 
Marriage*24 August 1845He married Catherine Reese on 24 August 1845 at Clermont Co., OhioG.5,6 
30 October 1850He and Catherine Reese appeared on the census of 30 October 1850 at Ohio Twp., Clermont Co., OhioG; (neis. Joseph and Margaret Haynes; James and Ellen Tremper; William A and Mary Tremper; James and Susan Tremper; Samuel and Mary A Collard.)7 
3 July 1860He and Catherine Reese appeared on the census of 3 July 1860 at Keokuk, Lee Co., IowaG.8 
13 June 1870He and Catherine Reese appeared on the census of 13 June 1870 at Keokuk, Lee Co., IowaG.9 
Death*circa June 1906He died circa June 1906 at Keokuk, Lee Co., IowaG.2 


  1. [S1880] J. L. Rockey, History of Clermont County, Ohio (Philadelphia: Louis H. Everts, 1880), p. 402.
  2. [S2812] Davenport Weekly Democrat and Leader, Davenport, Iowa, Thu., 28 Jun 1906, p. 2. "Philip E. Haines one of the pioneers of Keokuk and formerly one of the best-known steamboatmen on the Mississippi river, having commanded boats of the Old Northern Line Packet company, is dead. Mr. Haines was born in New Richmond, Ohio, in 1824. He suffered a stroke of paralysis 28 years ago and had been helpless ever since."
  3. [S122] J. Douglas Leith and Priscilla (Tremper) Leith, "Daniel Tremper Pioneer Family of Jefferson County NY", 2011 (Auburndale, MA), (for date), online
  4. [S116] 1830 U.S. Federal Census. Robert (40-49); F (30-39) [Catherine]; F (30-39); M (20-29); 2 m (5-9) [Joseph, Philip], m (<5) [poss. Robert Jr]; 2 f (10-14) [Arietta, Lucinda], f (<5) [Margaret]; M Colored (50+). Note: Indexed as final sheet for Union Twp., start of New Richmond.
  5. [S419] Ohio County Marriages, 1789-1994/1997/2013, index and images, online
  6. [S2813] The Daily Gate City, Keokuk, Iowa, Tue., 21 Sep 1915, p. 7.
    Long Time Resident of Keokuk Answers Last Call Shortly After Afternoon.
    Came to Keokuk Fifty-seven Years Ago— Husband Died Here In the Year 1906.

    Mrs. Catherine Haines, ninety years old, died this afternoon at 1:1’0 o’clock at her home, 1218 Fulton street. Her death was due to complications due to old age, and she had been confined to her bed since last Thanksgiving day.
    For fifty-seven years Mrs. Haines has been a resident of Keokuk. She was quite well known here, and the family was among the best known ones in Keokuk.
    Mrs. Haines was bom in Brown county, Ohio, March 27, 1825. She was married in 1845. Her husband died here about nine years ago. They were married in Clermont county, Ohio.
    For sixty years Mrs. Haines was a member of the Congregational church. She affiliated with that church In Keokuk.
    She is survived by the following children: Mrs. W. C. Burgess, Mrs. J. K. Burch, and W. R Haines, all of Keokuk, and J. E. Haines of Independence, Mo.
  7. [S20] 1850 U.S. Federal Census. Quinlan (26), b. OH, boatman; Catherine (24), b. OH.
  8. [S19] 1860 U.S. Federal Census. Quinman 36), b. OH, engineer, personal estate $500; Catharine (35), b. OH.
  9. [S18] 1870 U.S. Federal Census. A Q (46), b. OH, steamboat engineer; Catherine (45), b. OH, keeps house.
  10. [S1628], online, Tall memorial. Robert Haines, b. New Richmond OH 26 Sep 1846, d. 27 Nov 1897. Memorial 134417117, created by and photo added by Stone Reader.
  11. [S1628], online, Reg. No. 656-208. W R Haines, b. New Richmond IN 4 Jul 1850, son of Phillip Haines and Katherine Reese; RR conductor, C B & Q RR, husb. of Flora Haines, res. Messengerville; d. Keokuk, Lee Co. IA, 24 Oct 1933, age 83y 3m 20d, cerebral hemorrhage; inf. Bird C Kellogg; bur. Keokuk IA 27 Oct 1933.
  12. [S2813] The Daily Gate City, Thu., 9 Mar 1916, p. 8.
    Mrs. W. C. Burgess of 1302 Des Moines street, passed away at her home last night at 11:45 o'clock. Mrs. Burgess first came to Keokuk about the year 1860 and was widely known throughout the whole city. Her death has been noted with regret by her host of friends here, who have known and loved her during the many years of her residence here.
    Mrs. Burgess was taken ill on December 25, 1914, and death was caused by atrophic cirrhosis of the liver.
    The decedent, whose maiden name was Anna Haines, was born in New Richmond, Ohio, on February 10, 1852,
    and was the eldest daughter of the late Philip and Catherine Haines.
    She came to Keokuk with her parents when she was seven years old and with the exception of about two years spent in Fort Madison, had resided here continuously since. She was married to W. C. Burgess on January 1875, at Hamilton, Ill. Mr. and Mrs. Burgess resided in Fort Madison just after their marriage for about two years and then returned to
    Keokuk, this city having been the decedent's home ever since.
    To the union were born three daughters, Anna Madeline Burgess, who died in Infancy, and Mrs. W. C. Virgin and Miss Ethel Burgess, of this city, who with the husband survive. There are also two brothers and a sister, W. R. Haines and Mrs. Julia K. Burch of Keokuk, and J. E. Haines of Independence, Mo.
    The decedent was a member of Trinity Methodist Episcopal church, but had been unable to attend the services for some time because of her poor health. Mrs. Burgess was a woman who was universally loved end esteemed and the family has the sympathy of the entire community in their bereavement. She was also a member of the Pythian Sisters of Keokuk. The funeral Is to be held on Saturday from the house.
  13. [S196] Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths 1916-1947, online Julia Burch, wife of Frederick Burch, b. New Richmond OH, dau. of Philip Haines and Katherine Reese, res. Chicago, Cook Co. IL, d. Chicago, Cook Co. IL, 25 Oct 1924, age about 70 years; bur. Keokuk IA 26 Oct 1924.
  14. [S19] 1860 U.S. Federal Census.
  15. [S1628], online, Small ground marker: Joseph E Haines, 1862-1938. Narrative: Joseph Ellsworth Haines, b. 21 Mar 1862, Keokuk, Lee Co., IA, d. 7 Dec 1938, Independence, Jackson Co., MO, son of Philip Quinlin Haines and Catherine Reese. Memorial 69097628, created by and photos added by Martha Yager.