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494. Joseph Douglas HADEN222,225,229,379,698 was born in 1814 in Albemarle County, Virginia.699,700

In 1835, Joseph D. was in Logan Co KY.
Article from "Ozarks Mountaineer" states that the two aunts and uncle of George Douglas Haden also came to MO in the winter of 1839/1840.
Land Patents in Greene Co MO beginning 10 Sept 1844; last one dated 1 Nov 1852
Abstracts of Circuit Court Record Books, Greene County Archives Bulletin:
Thur Morning, 5 Dec 1850 "The Grand Jury came into Court & returned the following indictments to wit: State of MO vs Joseph D. Hayden indicted for Selling Liquor without License."
Jun Term 1851 "Now at this day came the Defendant in this cause by his attorney & makes his appearance in obedience to his recognizance.....motion heretofore filed to quash sad Indictment....considered by the Court that the said Motion be sustained."
from the "Springfield Mirror" : "Having bought the mill and distillery 5 miles east of Springfield, of R. P. Haden...I will keep constantly on hand whisky by the barrel at the store of McGinty & Haden in Springfield. J. D. Haden (co-owner of the Springfield store.)"

1840 Greene County MO Census
Joseph D Haden (2 under 5 females, 1 female age 20-30, 1 male age 20-30)
1850 Greene County Mo Census
Joseph D. Haden blacksmith in Campbell Twp. Nancy & 4 children. Also 8 slaves, all but one listed as mulatto.

Supreme Court of Missouri. January Term 1852. The State v. Haden.
Cited Case: An indictment charging the sale of one quart of whisky and suffering the same to be drunk at the place of sale, without a grocer's dramshop keeper's or innkeeper's license is bad. The [wording of the] negation of license is not broad enough.
The defendant, Joseph D. Haden, was indicted for selling a quart of whisky and suffering it to be drank at the place of sale without license. He appeared and moved the court quash it which they did. The State excepted and brings this appeal. The Supreme Court agreed that the original indictment was bad - the defendant might have had a tavern license which would have permitted him to sell and permit the whisky to be drunk on the premises since the state provides for such a license. This indictment was properly quashed and the judgement affirmed.
15 Mo. 447; 1852 WL 4155 (Mo.)

1856 Tax Assessor's List - Greene Co MO
Hayden, Joseph
5 slaves, 2 horses, 7 cattle, 1 timepiece, 40 acres in S28, T29, R21 - Value $4633
Also assessed was Hayden, Langston & Co for a Mill and 100 acres in S27, T20, R21 for a Value of $1900.

SPRINGFIELD MIRROR; 21 Aug 1856:
Whiskey - By the Barrel
Having bought the Mill and Distillery, 5 miles East of Springfield of Mr. R. P. Haden [his brother], I am now prepared to fill all orders with the best quality of whiskey, by the barrel, at the low rate of 40 cents per gallon. Having repaired the Mill, I am prepared to grind for the people, wheat and corn, at short notice.
I will keep constantly on hand, whisky by the barrel, at the store of McGinty & Haden, Springfield MO. [Mar 6, 1856] J. D. HADEN

GREENE COUNTY, MISSOURI CIRCUIT COURT CASES
Book D JR
MARCH TERM 1858
p 123.
John S. Sayers et al. Petition for Partition
Now at this day comes Peter S. King who is known to the Court as the Sheriff of Greene County and the identical person whose name is subscribed to an instrument of writing purporting to be a Sheriff's Deed to Joseph D. Haden for the following described land, viz pt of NE 1/4 NE 1/4 Sec 12 Twp 29 Range 20 which was sold by order of the Greene Circuit Court for the purpose of partition as the real estate of John H Smith deceased and the said Peter C. King acknowledges that he executed the same as his act and deed for the uses and purposes therein contained.

GREENE COUNTY, MISSOURI CIRCUIT COURT CASES
September Term 1858
Book D JR
p 233.
Smith and Vernon Plaintiffs
vs                                                   Civil Action
A.C. McGinty & Jos. D. Haden Defendants
Now at this day comes the Plaintiffs by their attorney and the said Defendants being three times solemnly called come not and being duly served with Process and the Plaintiff's petition being neither plead to answered nor demurred to and being founded on an instrument of writing signed by Defendants and the amount ascertained thereby, the Court doth find by examination of the same that the Defendants are indebted to said Plaintiff in the sum of $833.08. It is therefore considered by the Court that the Plaintiffs have and recover of and from the Defendants the said sum of $833.08 for their debt and damages and also costs of suit and that he have execution therefor.

Calhoun Sterling, etc Plaintiff
vs                                                   Civil Action
Joseph D. Haden and A.C. McGinty Defendants
Now at this day comes the Plaintiffs by their attorney and the said Defendants being three times solemnly called come not and being duly served with Process and the Plaintiff's petition being neither plead to answered nor demurred to and being founded on an instrument of writing signed by Defendants and the amount ascertained thereby, the Court doth find that the Defendants are indebted to the said Plaintiffs in the sum of $505.65 debt and damages. It is therefore considered by the Court that the Plaintiff have and recover of and from the Defendants the sum of $505.65 for his debt and damages and also costs in this behalf laid out and expended and that he have execution therefor.
p 234
Hardin Kimbrough etc Plaintiff
vs                                                   Civil Action
A.C. McGinty & Joseph D. Haden Defendants
Now at this day comes the Plaintiff by attorney and by leave of the Court dismisses this cause. It is therefore considered by the Court that the Defendant have and recover of and from the Plaintiff his costs laid out and expended and that he have execution there for.

SPRINGFIELD MIRROR; 18 Dec 1858:
Silver Shade Mill
This fine Mill is now in operation, and ready for the accommodation of the public. The machinery of the mill is all new and in excellent fix. The mill is situated 15 miles from Springfield and 4 mile above Linden, on the waters of Peedlo. Those having grinding to do would do well to give this mill a trial as I am satisfied they cannot do better elsewhere. Aug 21, 1858 J. D. HADEN

1860 Census. Linden Twp, Christian Co MO. P.O. Ozark, Hh 805
Joseph Haden, age 48, blacksmith, b. VA
Nancy, age 42, b. KY.
Children born in Missouri: Elizabeth, age 22, Rezin B., age 18, Jane age 13,
Almeda J., age 8.

1870 Census. Linden Twp, Christian Co MO, Hh 208
Joseph D. Haden, age 58, farmer, b. VA
Nancy, age 45, b. KY
Jackson Langston, age 12, b. MO [grandson, son of daughter Elizabeth]
another child, female, age 8, name unreadable, b. MO [name could be Sophrony]


Google Books:
Personal Reminiscences and Fragments of the Early History of Springfield and Greene County, Missouri Related by Pioneers and Their Descendants at Old Settlers' Dinners Given at the Home of Capt. Martin J. Hubble, March 31, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911.
Inland Printing Co, Springfield, MO, 1914.
Told at the Dinner of 1908
p.49 Joseph and Resin P. Haden were early settlers. R. P. Settled and entered the Hooper farm, two miles east of town, about which the courts are now "wrestling."

Joseph Douglas HADEN and Nancy PROCTOR were married on 1 April 1836 in Logan County, Kentucky.701 Nancy PROCTOR702, daughter of Benjamin PROCTOR and Nancy SLOSS, was born in 1816 in Kentucky.703

Joseph Douglas HADEN and Nancy PROCTOR had the following children:

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i.

Mary S. HADEN was born in 1838 in Kentucky.703 Mary Susan Haden married Abner C. McGinty on 6 Dec 1853, Greene Co MO. Probably this lady. Joel H. Haden, Elder of the Christian Church, performed the marriage.

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ii.

Elizabeth Ellen HADEN.

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iii.

Rezin B. HADEN was born in 1842 in Missouri.703

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iv.

Johanna HADEN was born in 1848 in Missouri.703

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v.

Almeda J. HADEN was born in 1852 in Missouri.