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64. Turner Richardson HADEN was born on 13 November 1773 in Albemarle County, Virginia.3,209 He died on 1 September 1812 at the age of 38 in Scott County, Kentucky.3

Campbell Co VA DB 3, p.231
27 Jul 1792 Thomas Vest and Betty, his wife to James Wilson for £100, 400 acres bounded by Buck branch, of Seneca Creed, bounded by lines of John Webster, Gilbert, Benjamin Butterworth, and others, being remainder of 1000 acres conveyed to James Talbot by Michael Gash. Signed: Thomas (x) Vest
Wit: Anthony Haden, John Dabney, Turner Haden. Rec. 6 Sep 1792.

Marriages of Campbell Co VA, 1782-1810,
John Dabney to Milly Haden, 11 Nov 1793, date of Marriage bond. Consent of John Haden, Sr., father of the bride. Turner Haden was bondsman. Nathan Harris and Chas. Smith, witnesses.

Kentucky tax lists of 1800 show Turner Haden in Scott Co by 1800.

Copy of email from Dave Kyle re Cave and Poore families gives marriage to Turner Hayden (sic) as May 1800, KY. Lists source as copy of marriage bond.

Turner Richardson HADEN and Rebecca CAVE were married in May 1794 in Virginia.1,43 Rebecca CAVE210, daughter of John CAVE and Mildred BELL, was born in June 1772 in Orange County, Virginia.1 She died on 26 October 1849 at the age of 77 in Boone County, Missouri.3
At the time of her marriage to Frederick Burdett, Kentucky had not yet become a state and Woodford Co was still part of Virginia.

In 1827 Rebecca and Turner Richardson and Joel Harris moved to Missouri to where Rebecca's brothers, William, Henry, and Richard had migrated 7 years previously.

Buried in cemetery by Hinkson Baptist Church

Turner Richardson HADEN and Rebecca CAVE had the following children:



William HADEN.



Nancy C. HADEN.



Susan HADEN.



Turner Richardson HADEN II.



Joel Harris HADEN.