Irene Cook gives his name as Fielding. His name is spelled Fielder on his Death Certificate as given by his son Carol. He has been listed twice on FindAGrave, once with Fielder, once with Fielden.
There is a joint grave marker in the same row in Spring Creek Cemetery for two infants. They appear to be next to Fielden and the dates are possible given his marriage in April of 1903. I find no other family that they appear to fit it.
I never found the family in 1910.
1920 Census. Springfield Ward 5, Greene Co MO, Hh 161
1930 Census. Springfield, Greene Co MO, Hh 371
Fielder Homer Haden had lived in Springfield, MO for 50 years. The death certificate has an error and gives his birth as April 24, 1947 [the year of his death]. He was aged 67 years, 2 months, 14 days. He was a Hatter, did hat cleaning and blocking. Father was Douglas Haden, mother Tempa Kay, their birthplaces unknown. Fielder died suddenly with a heart attack although he was said to have had heart disease for several years. He was buried at Ava, Missouri - Spring Creek Cemetery. His wife Cora, was still living - their address was 1355 Benton Avenue in Springfield, Greene Co MO.
Fielden Homer "Buss" HADEN and Cora J. GERMAN were married on 10 April 1903 in Douglas County, Missouri.1,501 Cora J. GERMAN1110 was born on 1 January 1884 in Missouri. She died in August 1977 at the age of 93 in Springfield, Greene County, Missouri.
Cora's parents were George Washington and Elizabeth German. Cora is buried Eastlawn Cemetery, Springfield, Greene Co, MO.
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