371. James Hambleton Marquis HADEN225 was born on 6 December 1822 in Howard County, Missouri.1 He died on 11 January 1890 at the age of 67 in Dresden, Navarro County, Texas.1
Land patents to James H. Haden 1 Oct 1845 and 3 Aug 1848 in Greene Co MO
By 1850, James had moved back to Howard County.
James H. Haden was age 27, b. KY
Martha E. Cooper, 13. Joel H. Cooper, 11. and James H. Cooper, 8. - all living with him - his niece and nephews. However - the three orphaned child were also listed in their grandfather's household in Springfield, Greene Co, MO.
1860 Census. Chariton, Howard Co MO, Hh 690
Jas. H. Haden, 37, Farmer. Land worth $50,000. Personal prop $14, 935, b. KY
Priscilla D., age 32, b. KY
John J. 8, b. MO. Josel H. 4, b. MO, Martha J. 2, b. MO
Joel H., 74, Christian Minister, land worth $25,600; personal prop $27, 500, b. VA
Jas. H. Cooper, 19, laborer, b. MO
William H. Roberson, age 27, Overseer, b. MO
Joseph H. Miller, age 74, farmer, b. VA
James served in the Confederate Army. After the war, these families whose sympathies had been with the South, were disenfranchised if the refused to take an oath of allegiance. Many, simply moved to Texas, including James and family.
1880 Census. Navarro Co, TX, Hh 336
James H. Haden, 58, b. KY, parents b. VA
Priscie F., 53, wife, b. KY, parents b. KY
Joel, H. 24, son, MO
Charley, 19, son, b. MO
Mary M. 17, dau, b. MO
Clemmie B. 13, dau, b. TX
Buried Dresden Cemetery, Dresden, Navarro Co TX
Col. Mo. Regt. C.S.A. [m. Pricilla Frances (January) Haden]
FindAGrave.com has posted online this brief obit:
Col. J. H. Hayden
Corsicana, Tex., Jan. 12
Col. J. H. Hayden, who died yesterday morning at his home was in the afternoon interred in the cemetery at Dresden. He was upward of 60 years of age. His demise was sudden and a great surprise to his friends and family. The deceased was a gallant ex-confederate officer. He settled in this county shortly after the war and became one of its most useful and distinguished citizens. He leaves a large family and a host of friends to mourn his death.
James Hambleton Marquis HADEN and Priscilla Francis JANUARY were married on 11 May 1852 in Harrison County, Kentucky.1 Priscilla Francis JANUARY, daughter of John Marshall JANUARY and Mary C. TAYLOR, was born on 11 June 1826 in Cynthiana, Harrison County, Kentucky.1,513 She died on 9 December 1885 at the age of 59 in Navarro County, Texas.233
Priscilla is also buried Dresden Cemetery, Navarro Co, TX. Her stone has been read with a death date of 1885 instead of 1895. Since her husband's brief death notice mentions no spouse in 1890, I suspect the 1885 date is the correct one.
James Hambleton Marquis HADEN and Priscilla Francis JANUARY had the following children:
|John January HADEN226 was born on 9 May 1851 in Howard County, Missouri.226 He died on 30 January 1903 at the age of 51 in Coconut Grove, Miami-Dade County, Florida.1 |
Found in Historical Register & Dictionary of the US Army, p.485 [www.ancestry.com]
John January Haden of Missouri. Texas Cadet Military Academy 1 Jul 1873. 2nd Lt. 8th Infantry 15 Jun 1877; 1st Lt. 8 Apr 1885; Capt 16 Sep 1893; retired 27 Aug 1896.
Hand written on a brochure of the Fort Verde State Historic Park.
John January Haden, Born May 9, 1851, Howard co, MO
Son of James H. & January Haden. His father was a former Confederate Surgeon.
John was appointed to West Point, lived in Dresden, TX.
He married Florence Powers on Jan 7, 1890, Warrenburg, MO.
He lived the rest of his in Coconut Grove, Florida, where he died on Jan 30, 1902.
The site that is now Fort Verde State Historic Park
was occupied by U.S. Army troops in the summer of 1870. Construction of the Fort began in 1871 and was completed by 1873. The Fort was an active primary military base during the Central Arizona Indian Wars. The installation was abandoned in April 1891 and the site was divided into small parcels and sold at auction.
1880 Census. San Diego City, San Diego Co, CA
Listed as first in a long list of single soldiers.
John J. Haden, age 27, Officer USA; born MO, father b. MO, mother b. KY
Passport Application dated 15 May 1895 from Cherry Co, Nebraska. John J. Haden and wife, Florence T. Haden born near Versailles, MO, 5 Mar 1860. The applicant was born near Glasgow, MO, 9 May 1853; his father a native born citizen of the U. S. His permanent residence was in the United States Army where he was a Capt of the 8th Regt, U.S. Infantry. He was about to go abroad temporarily and intended to return in Oct of 1895.
John was 42 years old, 5'9", blue eyes, dark brown hair. The passport was to be sent to Fort Niobrara, Nebraska.
As the settlements moved westward across the United States, military forts were built at strategic points to protect them. Nebraska, like other states, had this form of protection. Because the land which is now included in Cherry County joined the Rosebud Indian Reservation on the south, one of these United States forts was established on April 22, 1880, on the Niobrara River four miles east of the present city of Valentine. It was named Fort Niobrara and the first officer in charge was Major John J. Upham who was then in command of troops B, D and F of the Fifth Cavalry and Company B of the Ninth Infantry. As finally laid out by Congress the military reservation around Fort Niobrara consisted of fifty-four sections of land.
The Fort was a most valuable asset to the settlers as they came into the county. It provided a market for cord wood, hay, grain, poultry and dairy products. Many women added to the family income by doing laundry for the soldiers. The soldiers often sold clothing to civilians for small sums.
Fort Niobrara was officially abandoned on October 22, 1906. The troops were transferred to other localities. A 16,000-acre tract of the military reservation was retained by the government for a national game preserve on which small herds of buffalo, elk, deer, antelope and long-horned Texas cattle roam today.
1900 Census. Coconut Grove, Dade Co, FL, Hh 134
John J. Haden, b. May 1853, age 47, married 10 years. Born MO, parents b. KY, Army Officer (Retired)
Florence P., wife, b. Mar 1860, age 40, no children, b. MO, father b. VA, mother b. AL
Buried at Arlington Cemetery, Washington, DC
|Joel Harris HADEN1,514 was born on 24 December 1855 in Missouri.226 He died on 27 August 1928 at the age of 72 in Navarro County, Texas.515 |
1900 Census. Dresden Village, Navarro Co, TX, Hh 233
Charles Haden, b. Seb 1861, 38, married 8 years, b. MO, father b. MO, mother b. KY, Farmer
Catherine, wife, b. Aug 1869, 30, married 8 years, 4 children, b. MS, parents b. TN
Clementine, dau, b. May 1893, 7, b. TX
Johnie, son, b. Jan 1895, 5, b. TX
George, son, b. Apr 1897, 3 (sic - Joel), b. TX
Mary, dau, b. Jan 1900, b. TX
Silus Suffridge, boarder, b. Nov 1868, 33, b. TN
Joel H. Haden, boarder, b. Dec 1855, 44, single (brother), b. MO
1910 Census. Prec 5, Navarro, TX, Hh 419
Living as a Boarder in the home of D. S. Mansfield, he was age 54, b. MO, parents b. NC [no, they weren't!]
I have no indication he ever married.
Buried Dresden Cemetery, Navarro Co TX.
"He was a Christian and a Gentleman"
|Martha Smith "Pattie" HADEN.|
|Charles Anthony HADEN.|
|Mary Machir "Mamie" HADEN.|
|Clementine Boyd HADEN.|