From History and Genealogy of Township of East Greenwich, NJ.: http://firstname.lastname@example.org/haines.htmRichard, born in England; settled in Evesham township, Burlington Co. NJ; died in 1746 at an advanced age; married 1699 Mary Carlisle/Carlysle/Carlile. She died in 1746; both are buried in the family burying ground on the old Richard Haines farm, Fostertown, Burlington Co. NJ. Mary Carliell (old English spelling of the name) was of the Hamlet of Spittlesfield, Parish of Stepney, Middlesex County, England, probably in 1699. It is probable that they were married in England as their marriage is not recorded in this county. [The document, "Burlington: A Provincial Capital," by George DeCou states:] "There is no foundation to the tradition that Mary Carlile, wife of Richard, was a full-blooded Delaware Indian. John Carlile, son of John of Spittelsfield, married Mary May 27, 1704, and Richard and Mary Haines signed the wedding certificate with the Carlile and Glading families. The family names appear in the following order: John Carliell, Mary Carliell, Mary West (John's first wife was a West), Abraham Carliell, William Glading, Richard Haines, Mary Haines, and Hannah Carlile. The Haines and Carlile families were not related, therefore their names would not have appeared with the family had Mary been an Indian. It is also significant that Richard and Mary named their first two sons Carlile and Abraham and that these two Carlile families frequently appear in later generations of the Haines family. It is perhaps still more significant that Richard named his wife Mary and daughter Elizabeth Newberry as Executrixes of his estate in his will, dated December 17, 1744. If we accept the family tradition it would mean that a full blooded Indian and a half-breed had charge of administering his estate. This is hardly conceivable as the Indians of that period had little, if any, education."