1425. Martha Douglas EARLY was born in March 1853 in Virginia.
Martha Douglas EARLY and Elbridge George HADEN were married in 1875. Elbridge George HADEN, son of William Douglas HADEN and Elizabeth DAVIS, was born on 17 September 1853 in Virginia.10 He died in 1933 at the age of 80 in Virginia.
1880 Census. Cunningham, Fluvanna Co VA, Hh 399
Elbridge G. Haden, age 27
Martha D., age 27, wife
Elizabeth E., age 3, daughter
Dandridge D., age 8 months, born Oct, son [they must have changed his name to William....]
1900 Census. Charlottesville, Albemarle Co VA, Sheet 12B
Family and all parents, born in Virginia
Elbridge G. Haden, b. Sep 1853, age 46, married 24 years, occupation too faded to read
Martha, wife, b. Mar 1853, age 46, has had 6 children, 5 are living
Lizzie K. daughter, b. Jul 1877, age 22
William D., son, b. Oct 1879, age 20
Abner E., son, b. Jul 1882, age 18
Anna D., daughter, b. Dec 1884, age 15
Elbridge G. J., son, b. Jul 1887, age 12
1910 Census. Charlottesville, Albemarle Co VA, Sheet 14A
Elbridge G. Hayden, age 55, married 33 years, Real Estate
Martha D., age 56, married at 33, 6 children, 5 living
Elizabeth K., dau, age 30
Abner E., son, age 27
Anna D., dau, age 25
Elbridge G., son, age 22
Jonathan ??? [surname unreadable, age 14 and Black was their "houseboy"]
1920 Census. Charlottesville, Independent City, Albemarle Co VA, Sheet 2B
Elbridge G. Haden, age 66, Mayor of the City. Martha D., wife, age 66.
Lizzie K., daughter, age 42. Gerry E., son, age 32
It is said that Elbridge was Mayor for eight years.
Washington Post, Virginia: Page 3, April 6,1910
DISCUSS VIRGINIA CHARITIES.
Delegates Hear Miss Lattimore of Russell Sage Foundation.
Special to The Washington Post.
Charlottesville, Va., April 5. - The eighth annual meeting of the Virginia Conference of Charities and Correction was called to order at 8 o'clock tonight, at the Levy Opera House, with the president, the Rev. J. T. MASTIN, of Richmond, in the chair. Mayor E. G. HADEN delivered a brief address of welcome, to which response was made by the Rev. Dr. George W. McDANIEL, of Richmond.
The Rev. C. L. CORBITT; superintendent of the Baptist Orphanage, at Salem, told of the difficulties, and the hopeful aspects of the care and training of destitute children. The subject further was discussed by Miss Florence L. LATTIMORE, assistant director of the Russell Sage Foundation, New York.
Important committees of the conference are:
Legislation - The Rev. Dr. S. C. HATCHER, Richmond, chairman; Dr. P. A. IRVING, Hillary MONTAGUE, and S. P. WADDILL, of Richmond; Dr. Roy K. FLANNIGAN, Charlottesville; John P. PETTYJOHN, W. E. ADDISON, and T. D. JENNINGS, of Lynchburg.
Cooperation in social work - Dr. W. A. FREEMAN, Richmond, chairman; the Rev. J. W. DIXON, Mrs. M. C. PATTERSON, the Rev. Dr. S. C. HATCHER, Robert LECKY, jr., and Mrs. B. B. MUNFORD, of Richmond; and Dr. W. F. DROWRY, of Petersburg.
Juvenile courts and probation - C. B. COOKE, Richmond, chairman; the Rev. James BUCHANAN, J. Alston CABELL, and Mrs. B. B. MUNFORD, of Richmond, and Dr. George H. DENNY, president of Washington and Lee.
1930 Census. Charlottesville City, Albemarle Co VA, Sheet 3A
E. G. Haden, age 76, married at age 22 Promoter, Real Estate
Martha D., age 77
Gerry, son, age 42, Promoter, Real Estate
Marion, daughter, age 52 [probably Gerry's wife]
Betty Eastham, servant, age 62, practical nurse
Martha Douglas EARLY and Elbridge George HADEN had the following children:
|Elizabeth Kabler HADEN.|
|William Dandridge HADEN.|
|Abner Early HADEN.|
|Anna Davis HADEN.|
|Elbridge Gerry HADEN.|