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From: "Molly McCann" <>
Subject: Re: [HASTIE] William J. Hastie
Date: Wed, 19 Jul 2006 16:11:11 -0700
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I can tell you now that he Rev.William John Hastie was born Ole Jensen. I heard that the man who adopted him was a preacher also. The Hasties in Warren co. IA were buried in Scotch Ridge Cem. This man married my grandpa George McCann and Edla Louella Drake. William married Aletha Andrus daughter of Richard and Phebe Reynolds Andrus. If I am correct Richard was the son of Philo Andrus and Edla was his niece. He lived in Dinden, NZ. He possibly returned to NZ and preached for 15 to 20 years in the early 1900.----- Original Message -----
From: Landen Schooler<mailto:>
To: <mailto:>
Sent: Tuesday, July 18, 2006 11:16 PM
Subject: Re: [HASTIE] William J. Hastie

I have Hastie relatives in NZ. Do you have any
other info on this William Hastie? I have about 6
of them in my tree.

Landen Schooler
Carlisle, Iowa (Warren County)

Tom Hastie wrote:

> Hello Molly, I don't think this was any relation of mine but you never
> know, I have not to my knowlege got relatives in New Zealand, thanks for
> replying Tom.
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Molly McCann" <<mailto:>>
> To: <<mailto:>>
> Sent: Tuesday, July 18, 2006 5:47 AM
> Subject: [HASTIE] William J. Hastie
>> I am told that William was born in Scotland and that his mother died.
>> His father set sail for New Zealand and he died in route. Now I do not
>> know if his names was Hastie or not. Wm.was adopted in New Zealand.
>> How he came to Iowa I do not know, but I am hoping that someone can
>> tell me more. He married Aletha Andrus and at sometime ,he returned to
>> New Zealand to preach. Seeing that there were other Hasties in Warren
>> co. Ia. he must be connected someway. It has been a while since I was
>> told this story so it might be a little confused. Please confirm if
>> you know this fellow.
>> Thanks, Cole

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