16. Jane or Jeannie HADEN was born on 10 December 1757 in Goochland County, Virginia.3,39 She died before 1789 at the age of 32 in Campbell County, Virginia.3
Jane was Baptized Dec 26 1757
Jane or Jeannie HADEN and William MOORMAN were married about 1774 in Albemarle County, Virginia.10 William MOORMAN10,100, son of Achilles MOORMAN and Elizabeth ADAMS, was born about 1751.101 He died on 25 January 1829 at the age of 78 in Breckinridge County, Kentucky.10,101
Born Louisa or Albemarle Co.
WILLIAM was born c1751 in Louisa or Albemarle County. He died 25 JAN 1829, age 78 years, at Planters Hall, Breckinridge County, KY. He is buried at his residence located about 8 miles south of Hardinsburg, the county seat for Breckinridge. William was married three times and had children with his first two wives. All children were born in VA with possible exception of the last two; their birthplace depends on when the family actually left VA. William's first wife was Jane (Jeane) HADEN (Hayden); they had six children. He married secondly Judith (Juda) VENABLE (daughter of Hugh Lewis Venable and Mary MARTIN) 21 AUG 1789. They also had six children. William married his third wife in KY: Mrs. Elizabeth (Harwood / Haden / Howard) Miller 5 JUL 1818. Children by Jane Haden are: (1) James Haden b. 27 FEB 1776 d. 10 AUG 1852 Breckinridge m. Elizabeth MOORMAN, dau of his Uncle Andrew (d.1791 Campbell Co.) and 2nd 10 JUN 1810 Nancy Ann OWEN; (2) William b. c1778 m. 4 AUG 1806 Patsy (Martha) MOORMAN, dau of Uncle Andrew (d.1791); John H. m. 30 DEC 1802 Ann ROBINSON; (4) Mary "Polly" m. 21 OCT 1790 James EIDSON; (5) Mildred m. 1 APR 1805 James QUISENBERRY; (6) Elizabeth m. 24 FEB 1814 Capt. Jack (John) WEBB.
William's children with second wife Judith VENABLE: (7) Hugh Lewis b. c1793 m. 27 OCT 1814 Harriet OWEN, dau of Thomas Owen; (8) Virginia Jane m. Grant OWEN Sr., son of Thomas; (9) Nancy Ann b. 23 APR 1795 d. 2 JUL 1838 m. c1824 Alfred OWEN, son of Thomas; (10) Lucretia Venable m. 22 JUL 1824 Capt. Grant OWEN Jr., nephew of Grant Sr. and son of Thomas Jr.; (11) Jesse V. b. 1807 m. 1 JAN 1829 Rebecah JACKSON; (12) Charles d. age 12 years.
After 1790 went with 2nd wife to Breckenridge Co, KY
Moorman researcher lists third wife as Mrs. Elizabeth Harwood/Haden/Howard Miller at the time of her marriage to William Moorman.
HISTORICAL SOUTHERN FAMILIES is one of the references that lists her as Elizabeth Haden. I have no knowledge of any possible Elizabeth from the Haden family.
Breckinridge Co Court Minute Book 3 from Vol. 3 of Breckinridge Co Kentucky Records, by Cook, Cook Publications, 1984.
Sept 21,1818 Justices present were James Moorman, William Moorman, Samuel Allen, and William B. Clark, Esquires. [I believe this was James, son, and William, his father]
p.1 Joseph Roberts & William Moorman, were Inspectors of tobacco at the mouth of Sinking Creek and made report of tobacco shipped. Stephens warehouse, 20 Dec 1817. 206 hogsheads of tobacco were shipped which included 39 hosgheads for "E. Hayden" - possibly the widow he married in 1818?
James Moorman & John Sterett were appointed commissioners for division of lands between residents of this State and non-residents.
William Moorman Jr., William B. Clark and Samuel Allen also appointed commissioners for the same purpose
Last will & testament dated 23 Mar 1827, Hardinsburg, Breckinridge Co KY. Wife Elizabeth to have plantation, salves, livestock. Names the following children. Daughters: Jane Owen, Nancy Owen, Lucretia Owen. Son Lewis. Son Jesse to have plantation after death of wife Elizabeth. After decease of wife, her slaves to be divided among children (these are of first wife) James, William, and John Moorman, Mary Eidson, Mildred Quisenberry, Elizabeth Webb. Son Lewis and sons-in-law John Webb & Grant Owens to be executors. Wit: Thomas Owen, Anselin Watkins. Proved 16 Feb 1829 by John Webb.
Died at Planters Hall. Buried at his residence which was about 8 miles south of Hardinsburg, Breckinridge Co KY.
Jane or Jeannie HADEN and William MOORMAN had the following children: