407. John Tate HADEN225,545,546 was born about 1813 in Virginia.547 He died in 1874 at the age of 61 in Madison County, Alabama.
John Tate's second father-in-law Isaac Miller was a skilled woodworker. After the marriage to Mary Ann, the Hadens moved to Miller's neighborhood and started a small manufacturing business making wagons, farm implements, furniture, etc.
"Alabama Records" Vol.38 Madison County by Pauline Jones Gandred c.1936
1850 Census (Incomplete)
Haden, John T. 37 VA blacksmith $2000
Mary A. 27 AL
Martha J. 14 AL
Elizabeth A. 12 AL
Wm. S/L. 8 AL
Isaac J. 7 AL
Mary S. 5 AL
Joseph A. 3 AL
Sarah L. 2 AL
Catharin T. 5/12 AL
Also in household from USGenWeb transcription:
Miller, Isaac age 54 VA waggonmaker
Kirklen, George 15 AL farmer
Vol.149 (same series as above) "H" Surnames
pp.60-89 1836-1854 J.P. (Justice of Peace) at several marriages
p.86 Land Patents NW 1/4 of NW 1/4, Sec 15, T4,R1E John Tate Haden, 10 Jan 1851. 40.32 acres
GLO Land Patents 1 Apr 1852 [same as above] and 1 Dec 1859 [40.15 acres in S6, T6S, R3E in Madison County
Alabama 1850 Agricultural & Manufacturing Census for Jackson, Jefferson, Lawrence, Limestone, Lowndes, Macon, Madison & Marengo Counties. Vol II
Linda L. Green 1999. Reprint 2002, Willow Bend Books
2. Acres Improved Land
3. Acres Unimproved Land
4. Cash Value of Farm
5. Value of Farm Implements & Machinery
13. Value of Livestock
p. 71 Madison Co.
John H. [T.] Haden, 150, 150, 2000, 150, 900
Henry Brazelton, 100,140, 1500, 7, 249
Joseph Pickens, 60, 60, 1000, 10, 518
John T. Haden was for a time a Justice of the Peace in Madison Co. I found the following marriages when he officiated:
John H. Miller to Martha Ann Brooks on 30 Oct 1851. License taken out the day before.
Andrew J. Moore to Margaret C. Hodges married 20 Oct 1845. License taken out on the 15th of October.
He also officiated at the marriage of Olive Alvira "Alla" Jenkins to Richard Moon, 28 Sep 1854. Moon died in the Civil War and Alla married Stewart Wishard about 1864-1865.
1860 US Census: Madison Co AL, SouthEastern Division, page 120b
John T. Haden, age 47, blacksmith, $6000, $11,000, b. VA
Jane, age 28, b. AL [all children born AL]
Gee Kirkland, 25, Miller
Horatio Kirkland, 22, Carpenter
William ?Green, 27, Carpenter
Madison County Al Archives Cemeteries.....New Hope
John T. Haden: 1812-1874
John Tate HADEN and Elizabeth LAMBERSON were married on 23 October 1833 in Madison County, Alabama.548 Elizabeth LAMBERSON died before 1842.
John Tate HADEN and Elizabeth LAMBERSON had the following children:
|John M. HADEN was born on 1 August 1834.545 He died on 18 November 1834 at the age of 0.545|
|Martha J. HADEN.|
|Elizabeth A. HADEN.|
|Horatio G. HADEN was born on 8 March 1839.532,545 He died on 1 October 1846 at the age of 7.545|
|William L. HADEN was born on 15 May 1841.545,547 He died on 20 October 1860 at the age of 19.545|
John Tate HADEN and Mary Ann MILLER were married on 31 May 1842 in Madison County, Alabama.549 Mary Ann MILLER, daughter of Isaac MILLER, was born about 1815 in Alabama.544,547 There is a four year discrepancy in her birth date between marriage record and census record. She died about 1852 at the age of 37 in Madison County, Alabama.547
John Tate HADEN and Mary Ann MILLER had the following children:
John Tate HADEN and Clemenza Jane PICKENS were married on 15 September 1853 in Madison County, Alabama.550 Clemenza Jane PICKENS, daughter of Joseph William PICKENS and Selina BRAZELTON, was born on 15 June 1831 in Alabama.551,552 She died on 21 January 1866 at the age of 34.552
John Tate HADEN and Clemenza Jane PICKENS had the following children:
John Tate HADEN and Margaret Jane COX were married on 12 February 1867 in Madison County, Alabama.545,547 Exact date from "John Haden of VA" Margaret Jane COX was born (date unknown).
John Tate HADEN and Margaret Jane COX had the following children:
|Walter Perry HADEN was born on 11 August 1868.532,553|
|Arthur F. HADEN was born on 10 February 1870.532,553|