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320. Elizabeth HADEN208 was born on 8 April 1811 in Madison County, Kentucky.1 She died on 13 March 1874 at the age of 62 in Ralls County, Missouri.1

1850 Census in Ralls Co MO: Edmund Bailey age 44, b. VA. Elizabeth age 39 b. KY. Marony [female] age 13, Francis M. [male] age 11, Andrew J. age 7, John H. age 3, and Avarilla age 1. Children all born in MO. Avarilla Haden, age 33, b. KY, also lives with the family - she would be Elizabeth's younger sister.

Buried Old Bailey Cemetery, Salt River, Ralls County, Missouri

Elizabeth HADEN and Edmund M. BAILEY were married on 24 July 1834 in Ralls County, Missouri.495 Edmund M. BAILEY, son of Henry BAILEY, was born in 1806 in Virginia.208

Missouri Marriages, 1766-1983, has the marriage of Elizabeth Haden to Edmund M. Baley as 7 May 1834, Ralls Co MO.

Elizabeth HADEN and Edmund M. BAILEY had the following children:

974

i.

Marony BAILEY was born in 1837 in Missouri.208

975

ii.

Francis M. BAILEY was born in 1839 in Missouri.208

976

iii.

Andrew J. BAILEY was born in 1843 in Missouri.208 He died on 19 March 1879 at the age of 36.

977

iv.

John H. BAILEY was born in 1847 in Missouri.208

978

v.

Avarilla BAILEY was born in 1849 in Missouri.208

"Portrait And Biographical Record Of Marion, Ralls And PikeCounties, Missouri" published by C.O. Owen and Co., Chicago, 1895,First Revised Reprint By Ralls County Book Co., New London 1982: pp.335-336
Armstrong McAdams, is a native of Harrison, Kentucky, born 24 October 1827; he is of Scotch ancestry. Armstrong was reared on the home farm in Pike County and educated in the public schools. In 1850 he crossed the plains by horse team to California and was six months en route. He located on Weaver Creek and engaged in mining indifferent places for three years. He returned home by water and the Gulf & Mississippi Railroad. He enlisted in the State Militia and served three years. In the fall of 1864 he was mustered out and went to Montana, where he engaged in mining and remained four years, being reasonably successful. In 1867 he returned to Missouri and bought one hundred and thirty acres of land, which he has since made his home. He was married October 14, 1877, to Avarilla Hyde, widow of Preston Hyde,and daughter of EDMUND and ELIZABETH (HAYDEN) BAILEY; Elizabeth was born in Ralls County, Missouri. Her father was born in Virginia and her mother in Kentucky. After his marriage Armstrong remained on his farm until the death of his wife, which occurred on February 25, 1883.By their union was born one child, who died in infancy. Some two years after the death of his wife (Elizabeth) Mr. McAdams married Mrs. Polly Tompkins, widow of C.W. Tompkins and daughter of Geroge and Polly(Roland) Ashburn.