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362. Mary Duke HADEN was born on 4 April 1826.10,237 She died on 30 July 1901 at the age of 75.519

Mary Duke HADEN and John Andrew CRAWFORD Jr. were married on 14 February 1843.235 John Andrew CRAWFORD Jr., son of John A. CRAWFORD and Dorothy FORT, was born on 6 June 1818 in Mount Sterling, Montgomery County, Kentucky.520 He died on 19 June 1908 at the age of 90.521

1850 Census. Carroll Co KY
John A. Crawford, age 32, b. KY. Mary D. age 28, b. KY
Elizabeth J. 6, Virginia 4.
Shadrack Staples, 30, Laborer.


#8029: Kentucky: A History of the State, Battle, Perrin, & Kniffin, 7th
ed., Kenton Co. J. A. CRAWFORD was born in Mount Sterling, Ky., June 6,
1818, and is a son of John A. and Dorothy (Fort) Crawford; the former was
one of the oldest settlers of Kentucky, of Scotch descent, and the latter
of Irish descent. J. A. Crawford was educated in the common schools of his
native county, and at the age of sixteen his father placed him in the
circuit court clerk's office, which position he held until twenty-one years
of age, when he bought out the sheriffalty of the county, and held that
office as deputy and principal seven years. He then removed to Carrollton,
Ky., and was appointed cashier of the branch of the Southern Bank of
Kentucky at that point, serving in that capacity for fifteen years, when he
went to Covington, and was cashier in the First National Bank for four
years. While in Carrollton, in 1862, when the war was raging, the bank was
robbed of $94,000, only $45,000 of which was ever recovered. Beginning his
position in the National Bank in Covington, on account of health, Mr.
Crawford opened the Standard Tobacco Works. February 14, 1843, he married
Mary E. Haden, of Montgomery County; her mother was a sister of Matt
Jouatt, the celebrated artist. Six children have been born to this
marriage, viz: Elizabeth J., wife of Rev. Edward L. Warren, of Louisville;
Jennie, wife of W. T. Hanks, a tobacco dealer of Cincinnati; Kate W., Matt
H., a resident of Kansas City, Mo.; John A., Jr., and William H., cashier
in the city custom house. Mr. Crawford is a member of the Presbyterian
Church, and politically he is a Democrat, having formerly been a Henry Clay
Whig.

Mary Duke HADEN and John Andrew CRAWFORD Jr. had the following children:

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i.

Elizabeth J. CRAWFORD was born in 1844 in Kentucky.522

1008

ii.

Virginia CRAWFORD was born in 1846 in Kentucky.522

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iii.

Matthew Haden CRAWFORD523 was born on 4 July 1854 in Carrollton, Carroll County, Kentucky.

There is on Ancestry.com, the SAR applications ...The application of Matthew H. Crawford, #38585, Kentucky Society, for Capt Anthony Haden/Hayden, submitted in 1924. The only problem is that it is also based on Capt. Anthony's grandfather who was already deceased by the time of the Revolution. I don't know that SAR has ever corrected this error, because I believe others have joined on this line. Since Mathew H. Crawford was also a descendant of this Anthony, who indeed served as a Captain in the Revolution, I suppose it is a moot point since he was a descendant of a Revolutionary soldier. He also cited the service of an Anthony Haden from Hanover Co - he was an Anthony D. Haden who later lived in Pittsylvania Co, VA and whose relationship to this family has not been proved. So this application confuses two Anthony Hadens of two different generations AND two unrelated Anthony Hadens who served from two different places in Virginia.