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Pennsylvania State Senate

Kirk Haines


Session Office Position District Party
1865 21 Whig
 Counties   Blair, Centre, Huntingdon, Juniata, Mifflin, Perry


1815 -

Kirk Haines was born in June 1815, Cecil County, Maryland, the son of Elisha and Hannah (Kirk) Haines; married Mary Black; and died September 10, 1878 in Millerstown, Perry County.  Haines, also a member of the state House of Representatives, 1855-1856; was elected to state Senate where he represented the “famous double district” with Louis Hall of Blair County; and represented the county as a member of the 1860 Republican National Convention.  Haines was a Harrisburg businessman and the owner-manager of the Harrisburg Novelty Iron Works.   He was also a member of the Harrisburg and Newport Odd Fellows