Samuel and Evaline (Woods) and also Gertrude (Addington) Haddock's
Family of Barry County, MO
Pictured below is Samuel Sanders Haddock, around 1920 and Gertrude (Addington) Haddock probably about 1911.
Samuel Haddock was the son of Noah & Harriett (Crumley) Haddock
Noah was the son of Charles Haddock Jr., & Sarah Collins
Charles Haddock Jr. was the son of Charles & Penelope (Mills) Haddock
Charles Sr., was the son of John and Rhoda (Taylor) Haddock, Jr.
Lawrence Haddock and Samuel Sanders Haddock
Taken about 1923
Photo is from the photo files of Judy Corcoran
Descendants of Samuel Sanders Haddock
MY family connection yellow highlighted
1 Samuel Sanders Haddock 1867 - 1935 b: July 04, 1867 in Barry Co., Missouri d: March 07, 1935 in Purdy, Barry Co., Missouri Burial: March 09, 1935 King's Prairie, Monett, Barry Co., MO +Evaline "Eva" V. Woods 1870 - 1908 b: January 1870 in Barry Co., Missouri d: Abt. 1908 in Barry Co., Missouri m: 1894 in Barry Co., Missouri [Eva was the daughter of Harrison & Martha J. Woods of McDonald Co., MO]
2 Edna Elma Haddock 1895 - 1930 b: May 16, 1895 in Barry Co., Missouri d: Aft. 1930 +Bud Allen 1895 - b: Abt. 1895 in Kings Hollow, Barry Co., Missouri m: Abt. 1915 in Barry County, MO *2nd Husband of Edna Elma Haddock: +Jack Howard 1894 - 1930 b: Abt. 1894 in Oklahoma d: Aft. 1930 m: Bet. 1920 - 1923
2 Claude Everett Haddock 1897 - 1960 b: May 03, 1897 in Barry Co., Missouri d: March 08, 1960 in Barry Co., Missouri +Pearl 1900 - 1930 b: Abt. 1900 in Arkansas d: Aft. 1930 in Barry Co., Missouri m: Abt. 1920 in Barry County, MO*2nd Wife of Claude Everett Haddock: +Ethel K. Main 1902 - 1985 b: October 10, 1902 in Barry Co., Missouri d: December 01, 1985 in Barry Co., Missouri m: Aft. 1930
2 Samuel Virgil Haddock 1899 - 1969 b: May 20, 1899 in Rocky Comfort, Barry County, Missouri d: May 07, 1969 in Monett, Barry Co., Missouri Burial: May 10, 1969 New Site Cemetery, Monett, Barry Co., MO +Frona Joy Carlin 1904 - 1967 b: August 16, 1904 in Barry Co., Missouri d: December 17, 1967 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: December 20, 1967 New Site Cemetery, Monett, Barry Co., MO m: December 16, 1926 in Barry Co., Missouri
2 Lawrence M. Haddock 1903 - 1982 b: September 11, 1903 in Rocky Comfort, McDonald County, MO d: May 15, 1982 in Shelton, Mason, Washington Burial: Shelton Memorial Cemetery, Mason Co., Washington +Katherine Mabel Lee 1900 - 1961 b: December 18, 1900 in Bethel, Barry Co., Missouri d: July 18, 1961 in Terrace Heights,Yakima County, Washington Burial: Yakima Cemetery, Yakima Co., WA m: December 17, 1921 in Barry Co., Missouri
*2nd Wife of Samuel Sanders Haddock: +Gertrude Mae Addington 1892 - 1974 b: April 09, 1892 in Purdy, Barry Co., Missouri d: April 21, 1974 in Monett, Barry Co., Missouri Burial: April 25, 1974 King's Prairie, Monett, Barry Co., MO m: July 23, 1911 in Barry Co., Missouri
2 Della Haddock 1909 - 1991 b: November 03, 1909 in Rocky Comfort, McDonald Co., Missouri d: November 29, 1991 in Rosemead, California Burial: December 01, 1991 Rosemead, California +Charles Harris 1909 - 1991 b: Abt. 1909 d: Aft. 1991 m: Abt. 1929 in Barry Co., Missouri
2 Homer Lee Haddock 1912 - 1970 b: September 14, 1912 in Rocky Comfort, McDonald County, MO d: November 23, 1970 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: November 26, 1970 King's Prairie, Monett, Barry Co., MO +Mary Lucille Smithson 1918 - 2000 b: November 15, 1918 in Fayetteville, Washington County, AR d: September 19, 2000 in Cassville, Barry County, MO Burial: Maplewood Cemetery, Exeter, Barry Co., MO m: 1936 in Barry Co., MO
2 Aaron Earl Haddock 1915 - 1983 b: July 21, 1915 in Barry Co., Missouri d: April 1983 in Springfield, Baca County, Colorado Burial: Springfield, Baca County, Colorado +Melva Joy 1926 - b: August 27, 1926 in Barry Co., Missouri m: Abt. 1946 in Barry County, MO *2nd Wife of Aaron Earl Haddock: +Alpha Phillips 1915 - b: Abt. 1915 in Barry County, MO m: Abt. 1935 in Barry Co., Missouri
2 Henry Eugene Haddock 1918 - 1998 b: June 03, 1918 in Rocky Comfort, McDonald County, MO d: August 13, 1998 in Springfield, Baca, Colorado Burial: Springfield, Baca, Colorado +Nadine Baker 1918 - b: Abt. 1918 in Barry Co., Missouri m: Abt. 1938 in Barry County, MO
2 Warren Gemanuel Harding Haddock 1921 - 1974 b: February 11, 1921 in Rocky Comfort, McDonald Co., Missouri d: October 17, 1974 in Joplin, Jasper Co., Missouri Burial: October 20, 1974 King's Prairie, Monett, Barry Co., MO +Jennie Pauline Mooney 1925 - b: May 21, 1925 in Washburn, Barry Co., Missouri m: February 22, 1941 in Barry Co., Missouri *2nd Wife of Warren Gemanuel Harding Haddock: +Dorothy Martens 1924 - 1997 b: Abt. 1924 in Wilkin County, Minnesota d: 1997 in California m: March 11, 1944 in Wilkin County, Minnesota *3rd Wife of Warren Gemanuel Harding Haddock: +Claudene McCain 1928 - b: November 02, 1928 in Preston, Hickory, Missouri m: 1950 in Van Buren, Crawford, Missouri
2 Susan Edna Haddock 1923 - 2001 b: June 08, 1923 in Rocky Comfort, McDonald County, MO d: October 31, 2001 in Neosho, Newton Co., MO Burial: November 03, 2001 I.O.O.F. Cemetery, Neosho, Newton Co., MO +Arthur Raymond Landsdown 1922 - b: Abt. 1922 in Neosho, Newton Co., Missouri d: in Neosho, Newton Co., Missouri Burial: Neosho, Newton Co., MO m: September 11, 1940 in Barry Co., Missouri
2 Mary Nadine Haddock 1925 - 1933 b: September 26, 1925 in Barry Co., Missouri d: January 04, 1933 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: January 05, 1933 King's Prairie, Monett, Barry Co., MO
2 Juanita Maria Haddock 1929 - b: February 23, 1929 in Durham, Washington County, Arkansas +Bill Mayhew 1929 - b: Abt. 1929 *2nd Husband of Juanita Maria Haddock: +Lee Summer 1929 - b: Abt. 1929 *3rd Husband of Juanita Maria Haddock: +Wendell Pence 1927 - b: Abt. 1927 in Kansas City, Missouri m: January 28, 1971 in LaRussell, Jasper County, Missouri
2 Norman Sanders Haddock 1931 - 1991 b: February 11, 1931 in Barry Co., Missouri d: November 21, 1991 in Monett, Barry Co., Missouri Burial: King's Prairie, Monett, Barry Co., MO +Betty Johnson 1933 - b: Abt. 1933 in Barry Co., Missouri m: January 24, 1950 in Barry Co., Missouri
From Haddock Heritage, Second Edition, 2003
Samuel Haddock's death certificate
states he lived in Barry County, MO, in McDowell Township. It also states his
name was Samuel Haddock and his age was 64 years old, 8 mos, 23 days old when he
died. Cause of death was listed as apoplexy or artes sclerosis. (Hardening of
the arteries). He was born July 4, 1870. The document states that his father was
named Noah Haddock and his mother was Harriet Crumley. Informant was Lawrence
Haddock. (Document was transcribed verbatim) His daughter, Mary Nadine Haddock,
who had proceeded him in death, is buried him at Kings Prairie Cemetery, east of
Monett, MO, Barry County, MO. Sam's grave is next to hers.
Sam Haddock fell off the back of a wagon and broke his arm. Later the family was told that the fall was probably the result of a stroke. He died a few days later. Sam's death was on March 07, 1935. He is buried at King's Prairie, east of Monett, MO. [Ref: Susan Haddock Lansdown, daughter of Samuel.]
Sam was born on the July 04, 1867 in Barry County, MO, age 64 at the time of his death. He left a wife and eight little children for his wife, Gertrude "Gertie" to bring up by herself. The Haddock family had nine children; one child had died a couple of years earlier. Nadine died on January 04, 1933 and was buried at Kings Prairie. Samuel Sanders Haddock was named in honor of Samuel Crumley.
From Haddock Heritage, Second Edition, 2003
1920, McDonald Co., MO, Richwood Twp. Federal Population Schedules, US Census. Sam S. Haddock, was renting his home, and age 53, born in MO, his father born in MO, mother born in MO; His wife Gertie M., was age 48, born in MO, both her parents born in MO. Children: Virgil S., son, age 19 born in MO; Della, age 9, born in MO, Homer, age 7, born in MO; Aaron, age 4, and 5/12, born in MO; Eugene, 1 7/12, born in MO. [Research Note: Virgil was Gertie's step-son and Della was born before Sam and Gertie were married. Gertie was 28 and not 48.] Sam S. Haddock listed himself as a stationery engineer for a flour mill. Virgil was working at the flour mill, too as a general laborer.
1930, Barry Co., MO, Pleasant Ridge, District 23. Federal Population Schedules, US Census. Transcribed April 7, 1930. Listed in house # 85 and family # 87. Head of house was Sam Haddock, laborer, age 57, first married at age 23, farmer, born in Missouri and both parents were born in Missouri. Gertie, wife, is age 38, married, at age 18. She was born in Missouri and both parents were born in Missouri. Children were given as Homer was age 18, born in MO, Aaron, age 14, born in Missouri; Eugene is age 12, born in Missouri; Warren was age 10, born in Missouri; Susie, age 7, born in Missouri; and Juanita, age 2 and 1 month old, born in Missouri. Down the road and a few houses away was Myrtle and her husband Henry Carroll. Myrtle was Gertrude's sister. Next door was Melvina, Gertrude's mother, and her husband, Asher Smith, age 65, and Melvina [Long] age 69.
Samuel Sanders Haddock was 67 years, 8 months, and 3 days old when he died.
From Haddock Heritage, Second Edition, 2003
[Ref: Obituary] It reads: Gertrude
Haddock: Funeral services for Mrs. Gertrude M. Haddock, 82 who died at 5 PM,
Sunday, April 21st at St. Vincent's Hospital following a short illness, will be
at 2 PM Thursday at First Baptist Church, Monett. Rev. Grady Cockerham will
officiate. Burial will be in King's Prairie Cemetery, southeast of Monett, under
the direction of Buchanan Funeral Home Monett. Mrs. Haddock was born April 9,
1892 at Purdy. She had lived in Monett for the last 32 years. She was a member
of the First Baptist Church. Her husband Samuel Haddock died in January of 1935.
Survivors include three daughters, Mrs Della Harris, Rosemead, California, Mrs.
Susie Lansdown, Neosho, and Mrs Juanita Pence, Carthage; four sons, Rev. Warren
Haddock, Joplin, Norman Haddock, Pierce City, Gene Haddock, Lamar, Colorado and
Aaron Haddock, Springfield, Colorado; two sisters, Mrs Lottie Douthitt,
Anderson, MO. and Mrs Myrtle Carroll the State of California; 24 grandchildren
and 29 great grandchildren.
Gertie was 82 years, 0 months, and 12 days old at her death.
Some Background History
Samuel Sanders and Gertrude (Addington) Haddock are buried at King's Prairie east of Monett, MO in Barry County, MO. Gertrude was the daughter of Bertie L. and Melvina Caroline "Carrie" (Long) Addington.
Melvina Caroline "Carrie" Long was the daughter of George & Sarah Frances (Smith) Long. George Long was the son of John Dake & Lavina (Bellah) Long. John Dake Long was the son of Hiram & Annie (Lakey) Long. Hiram was brutally murdered by bushwhackers along with one of his sons, presumably John Dake Long. It is thought that they are both buried at Maddy Cemetery in Barry Co., MO. Annie (Lakey) Long was a Quaker and the daughter of Simon Lakey, Sr. and his wife Ruth Dobbins. They were from Surry Co., NC. But - Hiram and Annie married in White County, IL.
Sarah Frances Smith, wife of George Long, was the daughter of Giles Ira Smith and his wife Sarah Francis Singleton. Giles was the son of Charles and Nancy (Jacobs) Smith.
Lavina Bellah was the daughter of Walter & Darcus Marilla (Brazile?) Bellah
Bertie Lee Addington was born in Randolph County, Indiana and the son of Elihu Addington and his wife Elizabeth Branson, Quakers, from Union Co., SC and Cane Creek MM, Orange Co., North Carolina. He died in McAlester, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma sometime after 1920. He married again and had a second family while living there.
Samuel Haddock was the son of Noah & Harriett (Crumley) Haddock. And Noah was the son of Charles & Sarah (Collins) Haddock, Jr. Charles Jr. was the son of Charles & Penelope "Penny" (Mills) Haddock, Sr.
Noah and Harriet (Crumley) Haddock buried at Chitwood Cemetery in Barry County. [sandstone]. Harriett was the daughter of Thomas & Susan Crumley. The Crumley family was from Habersham Co., Georgia and were Quakers and who migrated south from Chester County, Pennsylvania.
Charles Jr. and Sarah as well as his second wife Susan buried at New Site Cemetery in Barry County [no stone for Charles] and Charles Sr. and Penny are buried at Mt Oram, Redfield, Bourbon Co., KS [no stone].
Warren Haddock, son of Gertrude and Samuel. The second picture is of Watson Farmer, cousin to the Haddock boys, Eugene "Gene" Haddock, and Warren G. Haddock. Both of these pictures were taken in the 1940's. The second one is probably around 1944 or 1945. Albert Watson Farmer's mother was a sister to Warren and Gene's mother. Her name was Lottie Addington Farmer.
An abstract of obituary for the son of Watson Farmer reads that he died January 8, 2005 and was named Albert G. Farmer. He was age 62, of Pierce City, and died at the Freeman Hospital in Joplin. Mr. Farmer was born August 25, 1942, in Jenkins. He was a member of the Christian Church in Verona, Dry Valley Fox and Wolf Hunters, and Pierce City Saddle Club. He was preceded in death by his father, Albert Farmer. Services will be 10 a.m. Wednesday, January 12, at Lakin Chapel in Pierce City with Dr. Jerry White officiating. Burial will be in Spring River Cemetery near Verona under the direction of Lakin Funeral Home of Pierce City. Visitation will be from 7 to 8 p.m. tomorrow, January 11, at the funeral home.
Lottie J. Addington was married to Dan Nelson Farmer and she was a sister to Myrtle E. Addington and Gertrude Mae Addington. Gertrude married Samuel Sanders Haddock and Myrtle married Henry Carroll but was also first married to a Frasher. She lived to be over a hundred years old.
The Addington family was a Quaker
family and the above-mentioned Bertie L. Addington was part of that clan of
people. He came down from Indiana to Barry County, Missouri. He was an
interesting character, a very handsome one, too, I might add. He had a relative
who was a sheriff in north Missouri but none of his siblings drifted as far
south as he did and most were a highly respectful type of people.
But this one was a bit different because old Bertie deserted his wife, Caroline Long, and her daughters - Gertrude, Myrtle, and Lottie - sometime between 1900 and 1904 and for many years no one knew where he was or where he went.
The family story was that he'd gone to prison at McCalister [sic]. So I wrote to the prison at McAlester, OK, to get the details. I wanted to know all about this alleged horse thief that I had hanging on my family tree. McAlester Prison wrote back saying that they had not ever had anyone named Bertie L. Addington - of any spelling or variation - in their prison system. I even wrote another time and asked in a different way about any records concerning any Addington and gave a variation of spellings. But no, they said, no one like that had ever been there!
Finally I located Bertie L. Addington in McAlester, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma in 1920 with a new wife and two more daughters living in a respectful neighborhood and working there in town. So after I located Bertie with a new wife and living in there in McAlester, I figured that the family must have assumed that if he went to prison. My horse thief turned out to be a woman chaser.
I suppose the old folks would turn over in their graves if they really knew about him and all of his "secrets". They'd probably not want him on our family tree. I bet that those Quakers would have even run him off and probably would have disowned him for such carrying on. Who knows, maybe that is why he came to south Missouri in the first place. I don't know, and probably never will - but he sure makes for interesting reading. He adds a lot of spice to an otherwise straight-laced family who never seemed to do anything - not even a little out of line or time.
I suppose a lot of folks would trim that branch of the tree. And I bet they'd never tell what happened and if they did - it would have been whispered. Don't you imagine? From the family research files of Donna Haddock Cooper
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