404. Jefferson HADEN92 was born about 1803 in Logan County, Kentucky.260,564,565,566,567 He died before March 1857 at the age of 54 in Logan County, Kentucky.1
Witnessed a deed of his father's on 30 Jul 1819. [One could witness a deed at age 14]
Logan County Court Orders, Book 8: January Term 1823, p.12 "Jefferson Haden came into Court and made choice of Benjamin Temple as his Guardian" (Note: he was probably not quite 21 years)
25 Oct 1823. Logan Co Deed Book M, p.133. Elijah Morton's Deed of Mortgage to Jefferson Haden & Benjamin Temple his guardian and Trustee. $275 for a young gray stud horse.
4 Mar 1834. Logan Co DB S, p.276 Samuel Owens, late deputy for Charles Morehead, late sheriff of Logan Co. sold 266 acres to Nathaniel H. Felts & Jefferson Haden. 21 Dec 1827 was issued a fi fa against Abram B. Morton. Land on Gasper River. Felts & Haden were highest bidders. Proved 3 Mar 1834.
Logan Co DB T, p.253 8 Mar 1820 Benjamin Perkins & Hannah his wife of Warren Co to Jefferson Haden of Logan. $702.42. Perkins on the 31 Oct 1826 made to the sd Haden a Deed for the same land with the exception of one course. Now to correct the deed this deed is executed. Tract in Logan being same land conveyed to sd Benjamin Perkins by the heirs of James Haden dec'd by Spencer Curd Comm. On 12 Feb 1830 by order of Decree of Logan Circuit Court. Corne to Vineyard, with Vineyards line, Bells line, with Hadens line, corner to McNeely, his line, survey in the name of John Small, with his line. Assigns over to the said Jefferson Haden his heirs etc all the Lein he has upon the Heirs of said James Haden dec'd. Signed: Benja. Perkins, Hannah C. Perkins. Hannah released dower. Rec. 9 Oct 1834
[See notes of James Haden for this original deed from the heirs of James Haden.]
Logan Co DB W, p.486 7 Feb 1838 Jefferson Haden & Betsy Haden his wife to William Wilson. $40. Tract in Logan Co on Gaspers R of 35 acres. Corner to John McLearley & said Wilson; corner to Joseph Morton;
Signed: Jefferson Haden, Betsy Haden.
Ack & Relinq. 22 May 1838
12 Oct 1849. Marmaduke B. Morton, clerk of Logan Co Court certified that Samuel S. Perkins filed to obtain a land warrant; survey of 200 acres ordered.
13 Oct 1849 Survey #15847. For Samuel S. Perkins, 200 acres in Logan Co on waters of the Gasper River. Begin apple tree corner to David Spencer, dec'd and SW corner to A. Chick, running with his line, another corner to said chick, corner to Jefferson Haden, stake in Samuel Price's line and with his line, corner to Robert Woodward and in Spencer's line to the beginning. Constant A. Wilson, SLC
John Price & Thomas Johnston - chainmen
Samuel S. Perkins, marker & Director
On the back of the survey was the assigning of the survey to Jefferson Haden provided he dismiss a suit in Chancery. 7 Nov 1849. Signed Samuel S. Perkins, Jefferson Haden
Survey recorded Book F, p.216.
Nov Term 1849. Logan Circuit Ct.
Jefferson Haden, complainant, Samuel S. Perkins & other defendants; in Chancery.
On motion of the complainant by his counsel this Suit is ordered dismissed....
Russellville, 13 Feb 1850
Enclosed a land warrant in the name of Saml. S. Perkins with the Survey therein and assignment to Jefferson Haden. The above suit is the one referred to in the assignment which has been dismissed.
Signed: M. B. Morton
Grant issued, dated 19 Aug 1850 to Jefferson Haden assee. of Sam S. Perkins for 200 acres. Same description as the survey
The 1850 Logan County Census lists: Jefferson Haden, age 47; Elizabeth, age 46; Margaret, age 15; and William, age 12
Jefferson HADEN and Elizabeth MORTON were married on 21 October 1824 in Logan County, Kentucky.568 Elizabeth MORTON569,570, daughter of William Jordan MORTON and Martha PRYOR, was born on 2 September 1794 in Louisa County, Virginia.43,249,565,571 Pat Reid's papers give her birth date as 1796, which would make her somewhat older than Jefferson. This doesn't agree with 1850 Census information which makes her born in 1804. The 1860 census gave her age as 62, born in 1798. She died on 9 February 1876 at the age of 81 in Russellville, Logan County, Kentucky.43,249
There is no known familial relationship between Elizabeth Morton and her mother-in-law Rebecca Smith (Morton) Haden. Two separate families.
1860 Census. Logan Co KY, Hh 998
W. J. Haden, age 23, M.E. Minister, b. KY
Elizabeth Haden, age 62, b. VA
L. B. Ford, age 37, b. KY [son-in-law, husband of Frances who must have been deceased]
Patsy Chick, age 11 [daughter of Elizabeth's deceased daughter Martha & Ambler Chick who had remarried]
In 1870, Elizabeth, age 75, was living with son William J. Haden.
Elizabeth “Betsy” Morton, born 2 September 1794 Louisa Co., Virginia; died 9 February 1876 Logan Co., Kentucky; married Jefferson Haden, son of James H. Haden & Rebecca Hite Smith Morton, 21 October 1824 Logan Co., Kentucky. Jefferson was born about 1793 Kentucky & died March 1857 Logan Co., Kentucky.
Sarah Haden, born 1825 Logan Co., Kentucky; married James T. Holland
James Haden, born 1827 Logan Co., Kentucky
Martha R. Haden, born 1830 Logan Co., Kentucky
Anna Haden, born 1833
Margaret Haden, born about 1835
William Jordan Haden (Reverend), born about 1838 Logan Co., Kentucky; married Mary F. Watkins
Jefferson HADEN and Elizabeth MORTON had the following children:
|Frances M. HADEN.|
|Sarah M. HADEN.|
|Martha R. HADEN.|
|Margaret HADEN was born about 1835 in Logan County, Kentucky.565 She died about 1855 at the age of 20.572 |
Margaret was still at home with her parents in 1850. She wasn't with her mother in 1860. There is a Logan Co marriage for M. H. Haden to J. M. McClain, Sept of 1860. Marriage Book 3, p.25.
I did find a Joseph and Margaret McClean in the 1870 census of approximately the right age - they had four children. They were living in Auburn in Logan Co KY.
The Felts homepage claimed this daughter had died about 1855, but not all of their Haden information is correct.
|Rev. William Jordan HADEN.|