1063. William Henry HADEN was born in 1835 in Virginia.3,535 He died on 25 October 1919 at the age of 84 in Crozet, Albemarle County, Virginia.
1860 Census. Fluvanna Co VA, Palmyra P.O., Hh 826
William H. Haden, age 24. Susan M. age 25. Leila B. 3, Clifton J. age 1.
It would seem that William was a deputy sheriff, and sheriff, during the Civil War. There is a file in the Confederate Papers Relating to Citizens or Business Firms, 1861-65, NARA M346. Known as the "Citizens File," digital images on Footnote.com that consists of a number of payments to Wm. H. Haden, deputy sheriff, for the arrest of several deserters from the Confederate Army. He was paid $30 for each arrest.
One of the deserters was Jesse Robinson of Co. A, 44th VA Regt. Another was Wm. O. Davis, Co. K, 44th VA Regt.
One card in the file has Wm. H. Haden, Exempt State Officer, Sheriff, Fluvanna Co., Va.
1870 Census. Fluvanna Co, Palmyra Twp, Chapel Hill P.O. Hh 319
Listed as Henry Haden, age 35. Susan, age 36.
Lelia B. 13, Clifton J. 11, Elizabeth A. 9, Thomas H. 7, Curtis A. 5, and Benjamin 3.
1880 Census. Fluvanna Co, Palmyra.
William H. Haden, age 44, merchant, b. VA as were his parents
Susan M. age 46, v. VA as were her parents
Lelia B., 23, dau, teaching school
Clifton J., son, age 21, farmer
Other children: Lizzie M., age 19. Thomas H. age 17. Curtis A. age 14. Benjamin A., age 11.
Vara V. dau. age 8.
1900 Census. Fluvanna Co, Palmyra.
Wm H. Haden, born Jul 1835, age 64.
He appears to living next door to a Haden couple I cannot identify:
....John S. [the name and relationship is written over - the relationship looks more like "Kid" or "Bid" than anything else] This John was born Dec 1868 and is 31 years old, a merchant - that could be the age of the youngest son, called Benjamin in previous censuses. John's wife's name seems to be spelled "Lysle" and she was born Aug 1876, age 23. They had been married for two years.
ProQuest Historical Newspapers - Obituaries
The Washington Post, 26 Oct 1919
Charlottesville, Oct. 25.
W. H. Haden, aged 84, is dead at the home of his son, Curtis A. Haden, at Crozet, this county, from ailments incident to old age. He was a son of Col. B. J. Haden of Fluvanna County, and was three times married - first to Miss Sue M. Brown of Albemarle county, on Dec 11, 1855. His second marriage was in 1902, to Miss E. A. Forrest, of Richmond, and on September 11, 1919, he was married to Miss Lizzie Gilman, of Richmond, who survives. He leaves the following children: The Rev. Thomas H. Haden of Kobe, Japan; Curtis A. Haden, of Crozet; Mrs. R. S. Campbell, of Wilmington, and A. B. Haden and Mrs. L. O. Haden of Palmyra, VA.
William Henry HADEN and Susan Miriam [HADEN] were married about 1855. Susan Miriam [HADEN] was born in 1834 in Virginia.
William Henry HADEN and Susan Miriam [HADEN] had the following children:
|Leila B. HADEN was born in 1857 in Fluvanna County, Virginia.924|
|Clifton J. HADEN was born in 1858 in Fluvanna County, Virginia.924 He died in 1906 at the age of 48 in Albemarle County, Virginia. |
Clifton married M. J. Howard, 20 Jul 1882, Nelson Co, VA. He was 24, born Fluvanna Co; she was 23, born Mecklenburg Co. Groom's parents listed as W. H. & Sue M. Haden; the bride's as Jno W. & Fannie L. Howard.
Clifton James Haden
Burial: Monticello Memory Gardens, Albemarle County, Virginia
|Elizabeth A. HADEN was born in 1861 in Fluvanna County, Virginia.925|
|Thomas Henry HADEN926 was born on 14 February 1863 in Palmyra, Fluvanna County, Virginia.925 |
Found among the passport applications at Ancestry.com, 1795-1925
From the Emergency Passports Issued Abroad.
21 Apr 1903. Thomas Henry Haden, citizen of the U.S. applied to the Legation of the U.S. at Tokyo, Japan for a passport for himself, accompanied by his wife Jennie Conwell Haden. He was born 14 Feb 1863 in Palmyra, Virginia. His permanent residence was Palmyra and he was a missionary. He left the U.S. on 5 Aug 1895 and was living in Kobe, Japan. He planning to return to the U.S. within six months for travel. He was age 40 at that time.
Thomas Henry Haden applied from Nashville, Davidson, TN on 3 May 1921. He was born at Palmyra, VA on 14 Feb 1863. William Henry Haden, born Palmyra, his father, was deceased. Thomas was missionary - his last passport obtained in Tokyo, Japan on 12 Jun 1920 and cancelled. He intended to return to the U.S. within two years. He was planning to do missionary work and was planning to visit Japan, China, and India. He was sailing from Vancouver, Canada on the "Empress of Asia" on 18 Aug 1921. He was then age 58, 5' 8" tall, blue eyes, gray hair, no distinguishing marks. There was an accompanying statement that Thomas Henry Haden was born as stated and was the son of William Henry and Susan Miriam Haden, now deceased. A letter from the Board of Missions, Methodist Episcopal Church, South, in Nashville certifies that Rev. Thos. H. Haden is a missionary in the employ of the Board of Missions with work in Japan. He was at home on furlough. The letter requests that the enclosed passport be returned when cancelled as Dr. Haden desires to keep it as a souvenir.
|Curtis Allen HADEN was born on 11 February 1866 in Fluvanna County, Virginia.925 He died on 15 November 1938 at the age of 72 in Albemarle County, Virginia. |
Curtis Allen Haden married Susie A. Whitehurst, 10 Nov 1897, at Petersburg, VA. He was age 31; she was 27. His parents were W. H. & S. M. Haden; hers were J. T. and S. J. Whitehurst.
Curtis A. Haden, Sr.
Birth: Feb. 11, 1866
Death: Nov. 15, 1938
Burial: Rockgate Cemetery, Crozet, Albemarle County, Virginia
|Benjamin A. HADEN was born in 1867 in Fluvanna County, Virginia.925|
|Vara V. HADEN was born in 1872 in Fluvanna County, Virginia.|