85. George HADEN was born about 1784.244 He died in 1829 at the age of 45 in Madison County, Alabama.3
George first appears as an additional male over 21 in the household of John Moseley Haden in 1805 and is eliminated after 1807 when George married Sallie Hughes.
1810 Census: Fluvanna Co VA,
George Haden. 1m -10, 1m 26-45; 1f 16-26. There also appears to be a single mark in the column for males over age 45, but it's smudged as though the enumerator tried to erase it - there's an error in the name immediately following as well.
1820 Census. Fluvanna Co VA, Columbia along with his father John M.
George Haden: 2m -10 [William George & John Tate] 1m 10-16 [Anthony], 1m 26-45 [George]
3f under 10 [Elizabeth, Sarah, Mary], 1f 10-16 [???], 1f 26-45 [Sallie]
Sallie and then George died soon after going to Alabama and left 8 orphaned children.
Madison County AL Orphans Court Minutes. Vol.4 1826-1831
Alabama Archives, Archival Room, LGM140, Roll 17 (Microfilm)
February 2, 1829
"It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that George Haden late of this county has died without will and Anthony W. Haden here applying for letters of administration on said decedents estate It is ordered by the court that he give bond and securities in the penalty of two thousand dollars whereupon said Anthony W. Haden together with Ambrose Flannagan and John Edwards here entered into bond in the penalty aforesaid conditioned as the law directs said Securities being by the County here approved and Said Anthony W. Haden having taken the oath required by law, it is ordered by the Court that letters of Administration on said estate be given to him accordingly." (Anthony would not be 21 years old until Aug of 1829, however, he did marry at age 18. Could find no record of guardianship of his seven younger siblings.)
"Ordered by the Court that Thomas Simmons, Thadeus Chewning, Benjamin Lowder, Samuel Rader and Ambrose Flannagan or any three of them appraise the perishable estate of George Haden dec'd which shall be shown them by this administrator." "Ordered by the Court that the administrator of George Haden deceased sell at public sale agreeably to law the perishable estate of property belonging to said decedents estate the slaves excepted."
16 Feb 1829
"On the application of Anthony W. Haden administrator of George Haden dec'd and it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the interest of said decedents estate would be promoted by a sale of the Crop of cotton privately whereupon It is ordered by the court that said administrator sell the Crop of cotton belonging to the estate of said decedent at private sale on such terms of Credit as the Interest of the estate may seem to require."
Madison Co AL Probate Court Book 4
Alabama Archives, Archival Room, LGM91 Reel 12 (Microfilm) LDS Film
3 Mar 1829
Inventory and appraisement of the Estate of George Haden Deceased...very few personal effects, 3 cows, a yearling, a calf, 2 horses, total value $216.00. Appraisers on 22 Feb 1829: Samuel Rader, Ambrose Flanagan, Thadeus Chewning. "Anthony W. Haden made oath before me Thomas Brandon Clerk of the County Court of Said County that the foregoing is a true Inventory of the perishable estate of George Hayden (sic) deceased which have come to the hands or knowledge of said Administrator, except the slaves. Signed: Anthony W. Haden Sworn to & subscribed to before me the 3rd day of March 1829 - ThosBrandon, Clk. The foregoing Inventory and appraisement was delivered into this office to be Recorded the 3rd day March 1829 and is duly done this first day of July 1829. Thos. Brandon Clk.
The 1830 Census suggests Anthony did have the children in his charge:
"Madison County Census 1830" transcribed by Pauline Jones Gandred c.1948
Anthony W. Haden
1 m - under 5 (probably his 1st son)
1 m - 5-10 (brother Horatio, age 8)
1 m - 10-15 (brother Wm Geo, age 10)
1 m - 15-20 (brother John Tate, age 17)
1 m - 20-30 (Anthony)
1 f - under 5 (dau of Anthony & Cassandra? or Sarah Jane?)
1 f - 5-10 (sister Susanna, age 6)
1 f - 10-15 [sister Elizabeth, age 12]
(Sarah Jane gone back to VA? - oldest sister Mary Ann married in 1830)
1 f - 20-30 (wife, Cassandra)
George HADEN and Sallie HUGHES were married on 14 September 1807 in Fluvanna County, Virginia.250 Sallie HUGHES, daughter of Anthony HUGHES and Mary TATE, died on 11 February 1828 in Madison County, Alabama.3
George HADEN and Sallie HUGHES had the following children: