"J. C." Haden purchased 160 acres in Hunt County for $297 on 1 Jan 1877. This was distributed University Lands j#17 of the University Leagues 4 & 7 on the Middle Sulphur Fork of Red River, 13 miles from Greenville. Patent is dated 25 Jan 1889.
1880 Census. James Hayden in Hunt Co. Occupation Farmer. Wife and his first two children. There is a black girl, listed as Lizzie Hayden, age 11, born in TX that lives with family.
1900 Census. James lived in Durant Town, Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory. He was listed as a dry goods merchant.
1910 Census. Bryan Co OK, Durant City. James Haden, age 57, married twice, married 1 month to present wife. Born MO, parents b. KY, Owns dry good store. Emma, wife, age 44. She had 3 children, all living; born TX, father born TX, mother born KY. Katy, daughter, age 17, b. TX, parents born MO. Carl Low age 20, Single, ?Son to wife, b. TX, parents b. MO. ?Ruthe, Daughter age 17, b. OK, father b. AL, mother b. MO - probably stepdaughter.
1920 Census. Bryan Co OK, Durant City, ED 15, p.13, Dwelling 11. Address: 313 Third Avenue. James C. Haden age 67. Born MO, both parents born in KY. Retired. Wife Emma J. age 52, b. TX; her father born in SC, her mother born in GA. John L. DeFreese was a 35 year old roomer, listed as a Manager and born in Illinois. Also living in the house was a second family. Carroll Low age 30, born in OK. His father b. IL and his mother b. TX. Carroll was a Salesman in a Dry Goods Store. His wife was Kate, presumably the daughter, b. In TX; her parents born in MO. They had two daughters - Katrina age 7 and Martha J. age 1 year and 3 months.
1830 Census; OK, Bryan Co, Durant City. J. C. Haden, age 77, married at age 57 to Mrs. Emma Mathews who was 48 when he married, now aged 63. Emma was born in Texas, her father b. SC, her mother b. Georgia. Had 3 step granddaughters in the household. His widowed daughter Emma Haynes and her daughter were living there. Emma Haynes was age 43 and listed as Boarding House Proprietor. Her daughter Imogene was age 14. Also son John, age 55, and his wife Faye, age 42 - John was working as a Salesman for a Shoe Company. There were also 4 lodgers - E. C. Lakes, age 55, a salesman for the Biscuit Co and his wife Cammie age 42, Joe Houghton, age 45, widowed, a Dry Goods Merchant; Edna Gravill, single, age 45, a Dry Goods Salesman.
Entries in diary of Joseph B. Haden indicate that in 1931, Jimmie was living in Ada, OK.
He is buried Highland Cemetery, Durant, Bryan Co, OK
James C. "Jimmie" HADEN and Permelia C. MOORE were married on 16 July 1874 in Fannin County, Texas.130,138,141 Permelia C. MOORE78,143, daughter of Enoch Jasper MOORE and Sarah Ann MCMAHAN, was born in December 1854 in Barry County, Missouri.143,144 She died on 17 February 1908 at the age of 53 in Durant, Bryan County, Oklahoma.
The 1880 Census says that "Amelia" was born in Texas; her father and mother born in Alabama.
In 1900 Pamelia gave birthplace of her father and mother both as Tennessee. She had 4 children, all living.
I believe I found Permelia in Fannin Co TX in 1870. Information from the TXFANNIN mail list indicated Enoch Jasper Moore, married Sarah Ann McMahan - she died in Ladonia on 23 Jan 1867 at age 37. Their children listed as Permelia C., Samuel M., George G. and Cornelius N. Moore. 1870 Census in Ladonia, Precinct 3, household 137 has Jasper More, age 35, b. TN. Mary, age 40, b. TN and keeping house - this would no doubt be a new wife since Sarah had died in 1867. The children seem to be a blend of two households. Purmelepy [Permelia] age 16, Samuel 13, George 11, Nathan [Cornelius N.?] 9 and Jasper age 7, all born in Missouri. Granville, age 2, born in Texas. Louise Merick 17, Curdeley [probably Cordelia] 15, Nanny 13 and Sue or Lee, age 11 - all four of these girls born in Texas and possibly children of Mary and her first husband.
Buried Highland Cemetery, Durant, OK.
James C. "Jimmie" HADEN and Permelia C. MOORE had the following children:
In 1910, Emma & James had been married 1 month. Enumerated in May. Two of the children listed with the household may have been hers. She stated she had three children, all living. There was a male, probably "Carl" Low, age 20, "son to wife", Single. He appears to have married James' daughter Katie in the next few years. There were two girls in the household, both age 17. Both could be "Katy" - did the enumerator count James' daughter twice or is one of them a daughter of Emma's. The names are difficult to read as the enumerator's handwriting is poor. One of the daughters born TX, parents born in MO as was the young man's. The other daughter is said b. AK, father b. AL, mother b. MO - this would not fit James' daughter.
Emma and James Haden had apparently been married about 20 years at the time of the 1930 Census. There are three step granddaughters listed in the household: Dorothy Matthews, age 13, born in South Carolina, Christie Matthews, age 10, and Betty Matthews age 8, both born in OK.