971. Clifton B. HADEN was born on 11 November 1841 in Ralls County, Missouri.494 He died on 16 October 1927 at the age of 85 in New London, Ralls County, Missouri.884
Ralls Co MO Marriages: 12 Feb 1861 Clifton Haden to Frances Fuqua by Alpheus Brown. In another place, I found this as 12 Feb 1862.
Death certificate states his name as Clifford B. The informant was Mrs. Lois Howard. His father was listed as Henley Haden; his mother's surname as "Fugua" [obivously this was the maiden name of his wife]. "Clifford" was widowed and was 85 years, 11 months, and 4 days at his death. He died of acute diarrhria. He lived at New London, Ralls, Co, MO.
1870 Census. New London, Spencer Twp, Ralls Co MO
Clifton Hayden, age 28. Francis age 27.
James age 5. Lucy age 1.
1880 Census. Spencer Twp, Ralls Co MO Hh 329
Clifton B. Hayden, age 38, b. MO, parents b. KY Frances, age 37.
James H. 14. Lucy A. 11. Robert W. 9. Norah 5. Docia L. 4 months.
Francis Fuqua, age 79, mother-in-law.
1900 Census. Spencer Twp, Ralls Co MO
C. B. Haden, b. Nov 1841, age 58, married 38 years, farmer, b. MO, parents b. KY
Frances, wife, b. Nov 1842, age 57, 8 children - 6 living, b. MO
Dosie L. dau, b. Dec 1879, Mo. Edgar B., son, b. Sept 1888, age 12.
-"Portrait And Biographical Record Of Marion, Ralls And Pike Counties, Missouri" published by C.O. Owen and Co., Chicago, 1895,First Revised Reprint By Ralls County Book Co., New London 1982: pp.345, 346, Mr. Haden is a representative farmer of Ralls County, and descended from one of the oldest families in the State. Clifton B.Haden is a native of this county, and was born within a half mile of where he now resides, November 12, 1841. He was the son of Henley and Harriet (Bailey) Haden, the parents of four children, of whom Clifton and Robert Haden are the only survivors. The father was born about the year 1811 in the State of Kentucky, and there grew to early manhood.His parents came to Missouri about that time, settling one mile north of where Clifton B. now lives, and where he was (later) born. In this State Henley Haden met and married Miss Bailey, a native of Virginia.Her parents came to Missouri and became prominent people in the State.After acquiring a goodly fund of information in the common schools,and when twenty years of age, our subject determined to take unto himself a wife and helpmate in the person of Miss Frances Fuqua. Their marriage was celebrated February 2, 1862. Miss Frances was the daughter of James Fuqua and sister of James. After his union Mr.Hayden purchased a tract of one hundred and fourteen acres of land,which he was enabled to do with his father's assistance, and with his young wife began housekeeping under a cloudless sky; this is the same property on which he now resides. He was enterprising and industrious,and his progressive spirit soon brought him to the front, and prosperity has attended his every effort. From time to time, as his means would allow, he purchased additional real estate, until he was the possessor of four hundred and forty-five broad acres, one hundred and fifty-six of which he has given to his son Robert. This, aside from being one of the largest estates in the county, is one of the best improved, and consequently one of the most productive. To Mr. and Mrs. Haden have been born eight children, six of whom survive, namely:1. James H., who married Miss Emarilla Jackson and has one daughter,named Lela, 2. Lucy, who married W.T. Jackson and is the mother of a son, Lloyd, 3. Robert W., who married Miss Mattie Pritchett, and they have two children, Roy R. and Marie, 4. Nora, 5. Docia L., 6. Edgar,who are home with their parents. Mr. Haden is an affable and courteous gentleman, upright in character, and has won the respect and esteem of all who know him. In politics he supports the candidates of the Democratic party, and in religious views is a devoted member of the Christian Church. He is and always has been greatly interested in the cause of education in his neighborhood and has been a member of the School Board for a number of years.
Clifton B. HADEN and Frances FUQUA were married on 12 February 1861 in Ralls County, Missouri. Frances FUQUA was born on 4 November 1842. She died on 25 June 1907 at the age of 64.
Frances was the daughter of James and Fannie (Chapman) Fuqua.
Buried Barkley Cemetery, New London, Ralls, MO
Clifton B. HADEN and Frances FUQUA had the following children:
|Emily HADEN was born in 1863 in Ralls County, Missouri. She died on 9 October 1865 at the age of 2 in Ralls County, Missouri. She was buried in Salt River Cemetery, New London, Ralls County, Missouri.|
|James Henley HADEN885 was born on 22 August 1865 in Ralls County, Missouri. He died on 11 December 1943 at the age of 78 in New London, Ralls County, Missouri. |
James died of intestonal obstruction. He was 75 and his wife Emma was already deceased. Parents are given as Clifton B. Haden & Frances Fuqua. He was buried Barkley Cemetery, New London.
|Lucy Alice HADEN was born on 14 October 1868 in Ralls County, Missouri. She died on 2 May 1950 at the age of 81 in Pike County, Missouri. |
Lucy married William Thomas Jackson and had a son, Lloyd. William Thomas was born 16 Jun 1861, died 26 June 1922, Pike Co MO
Lucy and her husband are buried Fairview Cemetery, Frankford, Pike Co, MO.
|Robert W. HADEN.|
|Nora HADEN was born in 1875 in Ralls County, Missouri.|
|Albina HADEN was born in May 1877. She died on 8 September 1877 at the age of 0 in Ralls County, Missouri. |
The baby is buried Salt River Cemetery, Saverton, Ralls Co, MO.
Early Bible and Graveyard Records, Vol IV, Kathryn Hutcherson Campbell; Dallas, Texas, 1978
Salt River Cemetery, East of New London, Ralls Co, MO
Albina Haden, d. Sept 3, 1877, age 4 mos.
d/o C. B. and F. Haden
|Docia Lee HADEN was born on 21 December 1879 in Ralls County, Missouri. She died on 17 June 1958 at the age of 78 in Marion County, Missouri. |
Docia was 4 months old, 1880 Census.
|Edgar HADEN was born in 1886. He died on 30 August 1982 at the age of 96 in Ralls County, Missouri. |
Buried Barkley Cemetery, New London, Ralls, MO. Wife is engraved as Mildred on their joint grave marker