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Hughes Relations:  Hadley Family

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The early origins of this Hadley family are most likely in England. The Hadley Society has some information on current research into the ancestry of the immigrant Simon Hadley (1675-1756). The conjecture that he was from Somersetshire, with noble ancestry through the Courtenays and Audleys, is almost certainly wrong. More likely, but still a conjecture, is that his roots were in Quatt parish in Shropshire.


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Clarence Elmer Hadley (1872-1956): m. Orl Edna McCombs (1880-1953)
  • 7 Aug. 1896, res. Wheatland, registered to vote: Clarence Elmer Hadley, age 23, laborer, born Iowa [California, Yuba County, Voter Registrations]
  • 1896-1916, "Miss Orl McCombs Sidney Nebraska 1896"; "Clarence Elmer Hadley b. 15 Sep. 1872 in Clark Co. Iowa d. 1 Dec. 1956, Orl McCombs Hadley b. 1 May 1880 Marney Iowa d. 1 Nov. 1953, married 20 Sep. 1898 at Steamboat Springs Colorado, Ray Elmer Hadley b. 27 Dec. d. 12 July 1900 age 1y6m15d, Mary Lena Hadley b. 11 June 1901 d. 2 Oct. 1902, Dollie May Hadley b. 1 Mar. 1903, Claud Milton Hadley b. 27 Sep. 1906 d. 12 June 1909, Edna Belle Hadley b. 25 July 1914, Ruby Ella Hadley b. 27 Feb. 1916 [Bible Record, in 1895 Bible published by American Bible Society] [as of 2014 in possession of Mrs. Ellen Wilson, Lawrence, KS]
  • 20 Sep. 1898, Clarence E. Hadley of Elk River, Routt Co., & Orl McCombs of Sidney, Nebraska, were married by Congregational minister Lemuel Davies at Steamboat Springs, witnesses Samuel Hadley & Mrs. S.A. Hadley [Colorado, Routt County, Marriage Registrations]
  • 1 June 1900, res. Sidney Pct., Clarence E Hadley 27 day laborer IA, Orl E 20 CO, Ray E 1 CO [USA, 1900 Census, Nebraska, Cheyenne County]
  • 14 July 1900, "The infant son of Clarence Hadley" died after "an illness of two weeks with meningitis." [Nebraska, Sidney, Sidney Telegraph]
  • 1 Oct. 1902, "The Clarence Hadley baby has been very sick with inflammation of the bowels but is improving under the care of Dr. Dodge." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 1 Jan. 1908, "Two Men Engage in Desperate Battle Over Rights on the Public Highway. A desperate battle took place last Friday on the Willow creek flat, this side of Hahns Peak. Clarence Hadley and Fred Foster were the principals. Hadley was badly bruised up, there being a wound on the scalp, another under the chin, his tongue slightly cut, one of his ear drums broken and his back hurt. He was dazed and delirious and unable to give a connected account of the affair for over 15 hours. As is always the case there are two sides to the story. All agree, however, that the trouble originated over giving the right-of-way on the road. Foster is driving the Columbine stage and Hadley is hauling coal to Hahns Peak. About a week ago there was some difficulty between the men about turning out of the road and harsh words passed at the time. Friday Hadley was going to the Peak with a load of coal and Foster was bringing the mail down from Columbine. They met about three miles this side of the Peak and there were no eye-witnesses, except the principals, to the battle which took place. According to Foster, Hadley had made threats that he would whip him the next time they met. He further says that Hadley saw him coming, turned out of the road and when he came alongside told him he intended to carry out his threat and started to assault him with a shovel, which he later put down and the two combatants had it out with their fists, Foster claiming to have used nothing else. Hadley says that he had been sick for two days and not in a condition to fight. That Foster stopped him and said he was prepared to fight. Hadley protested that he was not in condition but that finally he got off from his sled, took off his overcoat and they went at it. Hadley says that after a few rounds and before he had been hit he fainted from weakness and that whatever injuries he received were inflicted while he was in that condition, he don't know with what kind of a weapon. Later when he recovered he started on into the Peak, but became so sick that he unhitched his horses, driving his leaders ahead and riding one of the wheelers. When he got to the Larson saw mill he was taken off his horse in a delirious condition. Dr. Dodge was sent for and attended the injured man. Not until 3 o'clock the next morning was he rational enough to tell his story. He was brought home and is now getting along all right." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 23 May 1908, "Hunt Creek. Clarence Hadley of Elk river and Harve Smith of Sidney stopped on their way to Wolcott after freight. These are the first teams to go to Wolcott for some time." [Colorado, Yampa, Yampa Leader]
  • 24 & 31 July 1908, "Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior. U.S. Land Office at Glenwood Springs, Colo. June 25, 1908. Notice is hereby given that Leslie A. Marble, of Steamboat Springs, Colorado, who, on February 6th, 1902, made homestead application No. 1317, for Lots 3 and 4 and E½ of SW¼, section 31, Township 7 North, Range 84 West 6th principal meridian has filed notice of intention to make final five year proof to establish claim to the land above described, before O.E. Mallory, U.S. Commissioner at Steamboat Springs, Colorado, on the 24th day of August, 1908. Claimant names as witnesses: John S. Kline, Edwin C. Brobeck, Clarence E. Hadley and John N. Staley, all of Steamboat Springs, Colorado. J.F. Squire, Register." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 12 June 1909, Claude Milton Hadley died at Sidney, after "a series of children's diseases, whooping cough, mumps, measles and croup". He "was a member of the infant class at the M.E. Sabbath school." [Nebraska, Sidney, Sidney Telegraph]
  • 22 Sep. 1909, "Local Happenings. ... Clarence Hadley's family returned from Nebraska Saturday evening." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 1 Dec. 1909, "Delinquent Tax List, Routt County, Colorado For the Year 1908 ... Hadley, C.E., s hf nw qr n hf sw qr, section 25, township 7, range 85, 160 acres, valuation $610, tax, penalty & interest $23.04" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 4 May 1910, res. Hahns Park, Pct. 1, Clarence E Hadley 37 farmer IA, Orl E 30 IA, Dollie M 7 CO [USA, 1910 Census, Colorado, Routt County]
  • 23 Aug. 1911, "Mad Creek. (Special Correspondence) ... Clarence Hadley and family ... were in Steamboat Saturday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 27 Oct. 1911, "Clarence Hadley left yesterday morning for North park with a load of grain. He may go as far as Walden and take in Railroad Day before returning." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 13 Mar. 1912, "Middle Elk. (Special Correspondence) ... Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hadley ... were in Steamboat Saturday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 10 Apr. 1912, "Middle Elk. (Special Correspondence) ... and Clarence Hadley were in Steamboat Saturday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 26 June 1912, "Middle Elk. (Special Correspondence) ... William Reynolds is working for Clarence Hadley. ... Mrs. Clarence Hadley ... were in Steamboat Saturday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 22 Jan. 1913, "Middle Elk. (Special Correspondence) ... Clarence Hadley ... were in Steamboat Saturday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 28 Feb. 1913, "Commissioners' Doings. State of Colorado, County of Routt, Office of County Clerk, Steamboat Springs, Colo. February 18, 1913 ... It was ordered by the board that C.E. Hadley be rebated the sum of $5.18 personal taxes 1909 and $1 military poll for the same year. Mr. Hadley being out of the state at that time and not subject to the above taxation." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Republican]
  • 27 June 1913, "Commissioners Doings. State of Colorado, County of Routt, Office of County Clerk, Steamboat Springs, Colo., June 16, 1913. ... Fees and Salaries ... Clarence Hadley, witness Conroy et al, $13.10" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Republican]
  • 13 Feb. 1914, "Little Dollie Hadley, daughter of C.E. Hadley and wife of the Slate creek country, has been quite sick this week, but is now better." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 13 Jan. 1915, "Middle Elk. (Special Correspondence) ... Clarence Hadley ... were city visitors Tuesday. ... Clarence Hadley ... were in Steamboat Saturday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 17 Mar. 1915, "Middle Elk. (Special Correspondence) ... Clarence Hadley ... were Steamboat visitors Saturday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 14 Apr. 1915, "Report of the Proceedings Of the Board of County Commissioners of Routt County, Colorado at Regular Meetings Held in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, on April 5, 6, 7 and 8, 1915. ... General Revenues ... Road Fund ... C.E. Hadley, labor, $10.00 ..." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 14 Apr. 1915, "Middle Elk. (Special Correspondence) ... Clarence Hadley and family ... were Steamboat visitors Saturday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 26 Apr. 1916, "Commissioner's Proceedings. March 7 and 8, 1916. ... Witness Fees, County Court. ... Clarence Hadley, $3.10" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 28 Apr. 1916, "Slate Creek. ... James Courtney and brother were over helping Clarence Hadley brand cattle Sunday morning. C.E. Hadley and family visited Monday at the John Price ranch, Mr. Hadley assisting with the work on a new barn which Mr. Price is building." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 22 June 1916, "Oldham Case May Come Up. ... Water adjudications have been secured during the week by James W. Diton and Mary Reedy of Twentymile, Thomas H. Miles of Morrison creek, Anna Cullen, Llewellyn McFadden and Clarence Hadley of Steamboat and the Yampa Livestock & Land company of Hayden, and fully a dozen more are to be heard during the session." [Colorado, Oak Creek, Oak Creek Times]
  • 29 Sep. 1916, "Nearly Lost Arm. James Mulkey met with a serious accident while working Saturday with the Tom Murphy threshing outfit at the C.E. Hadley ranch north of town. He had dropped an oil can into a self-feeder and in grabbing to catch it was struck on the forearm, a deep slip being cut in the flesh and muscle, almost from the elbow to the wrist. In order to close the wound it was necessary for a surgeon to take 30 stitches." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 16 Mar. 1917, "Slate Creek. ... Clarence Hadley helped Herman Price butcher one day this week." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 6 Apr. 1917, "Slate Creek. Mrs. Clarence Hadley has been quite sick with lagrippe the past week, and Mrs. Ed Lundy is staying with her. ... Mrs. L.W. McFadden, Mrs. Herman Price, Mrs. Fred Blunk and Miss Inez Blunk called on Mrs. Clarence Hadley this week." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 23 Nov. 1917, "Slate Creek. Joe Janaeck and Cecelia Corkett are new pupils in the Slate Creek school. Cecelia will stay with the Clarence Hadley family during the remainder of the school term." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 11 Jan. 1918, "Slate Creek. ... Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hadley and family were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Price. ... Clarence Hadley made a trip to Steamboat Sunday to take Miss Dolly back to school. Miss Dolly is staying with Mrs. Millie Scholl while attending High school. ... Mrs. Clarence Hadley entertained Mrs. Pitts Sunday. They were old school friends in Nebraska." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 3 May 1918, "Boosting Liberty Loan. Many Additions to List of Liberty Bond Subscriptions in County. In addition to the long list of subscribers to the Third Liberty Loan published in The Sentinel last week, the following had been reported to Major J.I. Birkett up to Wednesday: Steamboat Springs. ... C.E. Hadley ..." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 15 May 1918, "Only Complete List of Bond Buyers ... C.E. Hadley ... [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 17 May 1918, "C.E. Hadley left yesterday morning for Sidney, Nebr., in response to a telegram that his mother, Mrs. Mary E. Hadley, was critically ill. She is 71 years old." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 24 May 1918, "C.E. Hadley returned Wednesday night from Sidney, Nebr., where he was called a week ago by the serious illness of his aged mother. The patient had greatly improved before he left her bedside, and was thought to be well on the road to recovery." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 31 May 1918, "Miss Celia Corkett, who during the school term had been with Mrs. C.E. Hadley in the Middle Elk district, returned Monday to Toponas, to spend the summer with her mother, Mrs. Ed Lundy" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 12 Sep. 1918, at Steamboat Springs, Colorado: Clarence Elmer Hadley, age 46, born 15 Sep. 1872, farmer, nearest relative Edna Orl Hadley [USA, Selective Service, World War I, Draft Registrations]
  • 11 Oct. 1918, "Sixteen Years Ago. ... Oct. 3, 1902 ... Died - Oct. 2, 1902, the little baby of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 14 Mar. 1919, "Clark. ... Van Trullinger has moved his cattle to the Clarence Hadley place, north of Steamboat, to finish wintering there." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 19 Mar. 1919, "Local News of the Week ... C.E. Hadley was a business visitor in Steamboat on Saturday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 7 Nov. 1919, "C.E. Hadley, who recently sold his ranch to O.R. West, plans to leave in a few days with his family, to secure a new location somewhere between Denver and Fort Collins. He will take his wife and children out by auto and then return to ship a carload of horses and personal property." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 21 Nov. 1919, "Local News of the Week ... C.E. Hadley, who has decided to locate at Hillsdale, Wyo., for the present, returned to Steamboat Wednesday night, to ship a carload of stock to his new home." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 5 Dec. 1919, "South Side. ... Alva West has been hauling hay from the Haxton ranch to his father's new ranch, the former C.E. Hadley place, north of Steamboat Springs." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 2 Jan. 1920, "South Side ... Alva West on Tuesday took a load of hay from the Haxton ranch to the present West place, the former Hadley ranch, on Slate creek." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 21 Jan. 1920, res. Hillsdale Twp., Pct. 1, Clarence Hadley 47 farmer IA, Orl 39 IA, Dolley M 16 CO, Edna 5 CO, Ella 3 CO [USA, 1920 Census, Wyoming, Laramie County]
  • 29 Oct. 1920, "Public Sale. Having leased my ranch, I will sell the following goods and chattels at Public Auction on Wednesday, November 10, 1920 Commencing at 10 A.M., Sharp At the Former C.E. Hadley Ranch, 4½ miles north of Steamboat. ... O.R. West, Owner ..." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 5 Nov. 1920, "Public Sale. Having leased my ranch, I will sell the following goods and chattels at Public Auction on Wednesday, November 10, 1920 Commencing at 10 A.M., Sharp At the Former C.E. Hadley Ranch, 4½ miles north of Steamboat. ... O.R. West, Owner ..." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 19 Nov. 1920, "O.R. West has leased his ranch in the Slate creek neighborhood, formerly the Hadley place, to John Mosher, who for the past three years has been on the Ralph Drake ranch on Deep creek, which has been purchased by Will Cooney. Mr. West and his family will continue to make their home in Steamboat Springs." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 5 Aug. 1921, "South Side. ... Those in town Saturday from this neighborhood were Peter Stanko and daughter, Miss Mary; Mr. and Mrs. O.H. Krueger, and Mrs. H.B. Price, with Mrs. Clarence Hadley." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 23 Sep. 1921, "Local News ... C.E. Hadley, formerly of Slate creek, arrived Monday from Hillsdale, Wyo., with his daughter, Dolly, who will attend school here. They drove by auto in one day from their home 20 miles east of Cheyenne, where they have been located for nearly two years, coming via Sherman hill and Walden." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 23 Sep. 1921, "South Side. ... Clarence E. Hadley, formerly of the Slate creek neighborhood but now located at Hillsdale, Wyo., visited Tuesday at the W.P. Haxton ranch." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 21 Oct. 1921, "Local News ... C.E. Hadley and family have returned to Routt county from Hillsdale, east of Cheyenne, Wyo., and are planning to again make their home close to Steamboat Springs. Mr. Hadley expects to purchase ranch property in this vicinity." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 28 Oct. 1921, "Burnell Cross arrived Wednesday from Hillsdale, Wyo., with a four-horse load of household goods for C.E. Hadley, who with his family has moved back to Steamboat Springs to again locate in this vicinity. Mr. Cross reported that Tuesday night when he stopped at the Dunlap ranch in North park just northeast of Rabbit Ear pass there was no snow at that point, but that it was 18 inches deep on the pass." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 4 Nov. 1921, "South Side. ... Those in Steamboat Saturday from this vicinity were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Price, Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley, William Price ... Herman Price, William Price and C.E. Hadley went to the Chergo coal mine Monday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 18 Nov. 1921, "South Side. ... Mr. and Mrs. O.H. Krueger have moved to the Pritchett ranch, and C.E. Hadley and family, who recently returned from Hillsdale, Wyo., have moved to the Harvey Woolery ranch. ... Steamboat visitors Saturday were ... C.E. Hadley ... C.E. Hadley and family were Sunday guests at the W.P. Haxton home. (Received too late for last week.) ... Mrs. H.B. Price and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and their children visited Sunday with Mrs. Jerry Bahan." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 2 Dec. 1921, "South Side. ... Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Haxton and family called Sunday on the C.E. Hadley family." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 16 Dec. 1921, "South Side. Those who were in Steamboat last Wednesday from this vicinity were ..., while ... and C.E. Hadley were town visitors Thursday ..." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 6 Jan. 1922, "South Side. ... Both Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley have been on the sick list." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 17 Feb. 1922, "South Side. ... Ella Hadley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley, was badly scalded by hot water Tuesday. ... (Unavoidably omitted last week.) ... C.E. Hadley and family were dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. W.P. Haxton and family Sunday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 10 Mar. 1922, "South Side ... (Unavoidably omitted last week.) ... Those in Steamboat Saturday from this vicinity were ... C.L. Hadley ... Mrs. H.B. Price and daughter visited Saturday with Mrs. C.L. Hadley and family." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 22 Mar. 1922, "South Side. C.E. Hadley and family visited at the Peter Stanko home one day last week. D.N. Mercer, Stanley Bryn and C.E. Hadley assisted Peter Stanko butcher some hogs and H.B. Price was also butchering, the next day. Those from this vicinity who were in Steamboat Thursday and Friday were ... while Saturday visitors in town were ... C.E. Hadley ... C.E. Hadley and family, E.L. Bradburn and family and Miss Emaroy Coberly were dinner guests of W.P. Haxton and family Sunday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 31 Mar. 1922, "South Side. ... Those who were in town Saturday from this vicinity were ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley ..." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 14 Apr. 1922, "Clarence Hadley Again Owns Routt County Ranch. Clarence E. Hadley, who last fall returned to Routt county after an absence of several years after selling his ranch in the Slate creek neighborhood, has again become the owner of ranch property in this vicinity, having last week completed a deal whereby he acquires from W.P. Haxton the former O.R. West place, 360 acres on the South Side, 4 miles west of Steamboat Springs. He is taking possession this week, and will conduct the property in connection with one of the Harvey Woolery ranches, which he has under lease. In the deal Mr. Haxton became the owner of a 320-acre ranch at Hillsdale, Wyo., 21 miles northeast of Cheyenne, where Mr. Hadley and his family were located while away from this county." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 14 Apr. 1922, "South Side. A party was given last Friday evening at the C.E. Hadley home. About 25 were present. Refreshments were served about midnight. Everybody reported a good time. ... C.E. Hadley has moved from the Woolery ranch to the former West ranch, which he recently purchased from W.P. Haxton." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 19 Apr. 1922, "Local News of the Week ... Clarence Hadley, who returned to Routt county last fall after spending several years in Wyoming, last week purchased the W.P. Haxton ranch, formerly the O.R. West place, four miles southwest of Steamboat, and will operate it in connection with the Woolery ranch, which he has under lease. In the deal, Mr. Haxton acquired a ranch near Hillsdale, Wyo., which he will occupy." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 21 Apr. 1922, "South Side. ... C.E. Hadley was a Steamboat visitor last Friday, and was again in town next day. ... Roy Jones was recently among those on the sick list, and C.E. Hadley and W.P. Haxton fed his stock while he was ill. ... W.P. Haxton, who recently sold his ranch to C.E. Hadley, is moving his family to Steamboat, where they expect to live for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jones, C.E. Hadley and J.C. Platter went to Elk river Monday, to attend the Harry Thompson sale." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 28 Apr. 1922, "South Side. ... C.E. Hadley and family visited H.B. Price and family Friday. Those who were in Steamboat Saturday from this vicinity were ... and C.E. Hadley. ... C.E. Hadley and Roy Jones were helping Peter Stanko to brand cattle Tuesday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 12 May 1922, "W.P. Haxton and family left by auto Sunday for Hillsdale, Wyo., to take possession of the ranch which he recently purchased from C.E. Hadley, who in exchange secured the Haxton ranch in the South Side neighborhood." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 17 May 1922, "South Side ... Those that were in town Saturday were ... Clarence Hadley and family ..." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 19 May 1922, "South Side. ... were in Steamboat Saturday, and next day C.E. Hadley and family ... were in town. ... Peter Stanko, John Chess and C.E. Hadley helped Roy Jones Sunday in branding colts. ... (Received too late for last week.) Those who were in town Saturday were ... C.E. Hadley and family ... C.E. Hadley and Thomas Williamson were Steamboat visitors Monday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 26 May 1922, "Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, U.S. Land Office at Glenwood Springs, Colo., May 20, 1922. Notice is hereby given that Lillie M. Courtney, of Steamboat Springs, Colorado, who, on April 17, 1912, made Desert Land Entry, No. 06248 for NE¼ NW ¼ Section 35, Township 7 North, Range 85 W., 6th Principal meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final (Election to Purchase) Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Charles A. Morning, Judge of County Court, at Steamboat Springs, Colorado, on the twenty-ninth day of June, 1922. Claimant names as witnesses: Arthur L. Patton, Albert C. Courtney, Clarence E. Hadley, George W. Newby, all of Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Walter Spencer, Register. May 26-June 23." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 2 June 1922, "South Side. ... C.E. Hadley and family ... all attended the High school commencement in Steamboat last Friday evening. Those who attended the closing exercises at Slate Creek school were C.E. Hadley and family, and Mr. and Mrs. H.B. Price and family." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 2 June 1922, "Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, U.S. Land Office at Glenwood Springs, Colo., May 20, 1922. Notice is hereby given that Lillie M. Courtney, of Steamboat Springs, Colorado, who, on April 17, 1912, made Desert Land Entry, No. 06248 for NE¼ NW ¼ Section 35, Township 7 North, Range 85 W., 6th Principal meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final (Election to Purchase) Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Charles A. Morning, Judge of County Court, at Steamboat Springs, Colorado, on the twenty-ninth day of June, 1922. Claimant names as witnesses: Arthur L. Patton, Albert C. Courtney, Clarence E. Hadley, George W. Newby, all of Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Walter Spencer, Register. May 26-June 23." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 7 June 1922, "South Side (Unavoidably omitted last week) ... Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hadley and family ... attended the High school commencement Thursday evening. ... Clarence Hadley ... were in town Saturday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 9 June 1922, "Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, U.S. Land Office at Glenwood Springs, Colo., May 20, 1922. Notice is hereby given that Lillie M. Courtney, of Steamboat Springs, Colorado, who, on April 17, 1912, made Desert Land Entry, No. 06248 for NE¼ NW ¼ Section 35, Township 7 North, Range 85 W., 6th Principal meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final (Election to Purchase) Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Charles A. Morning, Judge of County Court, at Steamboat Springs, Colorado, on the twenty-ninth day of June, 1922. Claimant names as witnesses: Arthur L. Patton, Albert C. Courtney, Clarence E. Hadley, George W. Newby, all of Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Walter Spencer, Register. May 26-June 23." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 14 June 1922, "South Side ... Clarence Hadley, H.B. Price, L.R. Cheatham and Roy Jones have been working on the irrigation ditch." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 16 June 1922, "Realty Transfers. Furnished by Zimmerman Abstract Co. Warranty Deeds. ... W.P. Haxton to Clarence E. Hadley, nw4, sec. 10; s2 sw4, sec. 3; se4 se4, ne4 ne4, sec. 4; ne4 ne4, sec. 9, tp. 6, r 85." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 16 June 1922, "South Side. ... Those who were in Steamboat Saturday were ... Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family ... Miss Dollie Hadley was in town Sunday, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley, were there that evening." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 16 June 1922, "Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, U.S. Land Office at Glenwood Springs, Colo., May 20, 1922. Notice is hereby given that Lillie M. Courtney, of Steamboat Springs, Colorado, who, on April 17, 1912, made Desert Land Entry, No. 06248 for NE¼ NW ¼ Section 35, Township 7 North, Range 85 W., 6th Principal meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final (Election to Purchase) Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Charles A. Morning, Judge of County Court, at Steamboat Springs, Colorado, on the twenty-ninth day of June, 1922. Claimant names as witnesses: Arthur L. Patton, Albert C. Courtney, Clarence E. Hadley, George W. Newby, all of Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Walter Spencer, Register. May 26-June 23." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 21 June 1922, "South Side ... Those who were in town Saturday are: ... Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hadley ... Mr. and Mrs. H.B. Price and family, Bill Price, Clarence Hadley and family, Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Platter and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pilant enjoyed a picnic dinner on Bear River Sunday. ... Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Platter, Clarence Hadley and family, H.B. Price and family attended church Sunday evening in Steamboat." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 23 June 1922, "South Side. ... Many from this vicinity were in Steamboat either Saturday or Sunday. The list included ... Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hadley ... H.B. Price and family, C.E. Hadley and family and Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Platter took a picnic dinner at the river Sunday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 23 June 1922, "Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, U.S. Land Office at Glenwood Springs, Colo., May 20, 1922. Notice is hereby given that Lillie M. Courtney, of Steamboat Springs, Colorado, who, on April 17, 1912, made Desert Land Entry, No. 06248 for NE¼ NW ¼ Section 35, Township 7 North, Range 85 W., 6th Principal meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final (Election to Purchase) Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Charles A. Morning, Judge of County Court, at Steamboat Springs, Colorado, on the twenty-ninth day of June, 1922. Claimant names as witnesses: Arthur L. Patton, Albert C. Courtney, Clarence E. Hadley, George W. Newby, all of Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Walter Spencer, Register. May 26-June 23." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 7 July 1922, "South Side. ... The Misses Stanko were callers Wednesday at the C.E. Hadley home. ... The Peter Stanko, H.B. Price, C.E. Hadley and Roy Jones families, L.R. Cheatham, Alice Cheatham and Roy Reed, motored to Fish Creek falls Sunday. ... Middle Elk." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 14 July 1922, "South Side. ... C.E. Hadley and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sandelin, of Fly creek, Sunday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 14 July 1922, "Sixteen Years Ago ... June 1, 1906 ... Clarence Hadley took up the first load of machinery for the Stevens-Hutchinson placer dredge, near Hahn's Peak." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 26 July 1922, "South Side ... Henry Pilant and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hadley and family and Mr. and Mrs. H.B. Price attended church Sunday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 4 Aug. 1922, "Annual Financial Statement of School District No. 16, County of Routt, State of Colorado, from July 1, 1921, to June 30, 1922: ... C.E. Hadley, Secretary of District No. 16." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 11 Aug. 1922, "South Side ... Peter Stanko and daughter, Clarence Hadley and Alice Pollo were in town Monday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 1 Sep. 1922, "South Side. C.E. Hadley was in Steamboat last Friday, and again Monday. ... C.E. Hadley helped H.B. Price cut grain one day last week, and R.C. Noyce was assisting L.R. Cheatham with haying. ... Those from this vicinity in Steamboat Saturday were ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley ..." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 6 Sep. 1922, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hadley and family called at J.C. Platter's ranch Sunday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 22 Sep. 1922, "South Side. ... C.E. Hadley and Peter Stanko were in Steamboat Thursday ... C.E. Hadley and family and Peter Stanko and family, with Harmon Cheatham, were at the Hayden fair Friday. Mrs. C.E. Hadley ... were in Steamboat Saturday. ... Miss Julia Stanko visited Sunday evening at the Hadley home. C.E. Hadley, Peter Stanko and Bill Price are helping Frank Squire thresh grain. ... Mr. and Mrs. L.R. Cheatham and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and Dollie went to the Tom Chergo mine Monday, after coal." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 6 Oct. 1922, "Sixteen Years Ago. ... September 28, 1906 ... Born, Sept. 27, 1906, to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hadley, at their home three miles north of town, a son." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 13 Oct. 1922, "South Side. ... Mrs. C.E. Hadley helped Mrs. H.B. Price Friday and Saturday, while threshing was in progress. ... Mrs. Peter Stanko and son and daughter, Peter, Jr., and Helen, were at the Pollo home Sunday, and Mrs. H.B. Price was at the Hadley and Stanko ranches. ... Mrs. C.E. Hadley spent Monday with Mrs. L.R. Cheatham. ... (Received too late for last week.) ... Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family called Sunday at the Peter Stanko home." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 25 Oct. 1922, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hadley and family attended church Sunday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 3 Nov. 1922, "South Side. ... C.E. Hadley helped Peter Stanko sow timothy one day last week. ... C.E. Hadley and family ... were all in Steamboat Saturday. William Price was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family Sunday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 17 Nov. 1922, "South Side. ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley visited Mr. and Mrs. James Courtney Wednesday, and Mr. Hadley helped Mr. Courtney butcher a hog." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 1 Dec. 1922, "South Side. (Received too late for last week.) Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley were in Steamboat last Friday. ... Peter Stanko and daughters, Anna and Helen, called at the C.E. Hadley home last Friday evening. ... C.E. Hadley and family called at the Peter Stanko home Sunday afternoon." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 6 Dec. 1922, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. L.R. Cheatham, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hadley, Mr. and Mrs. H.B. Price, Mr. and Mrs. John Rayburn took their children to town Saturday to see the Santa Clause at E.O. Furlong's." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 15 Dec. 1922, "South Side (Received too late for last week.) ... Bill Price was a guest of the C.E. Hadley family Sunday. ... Mr. Hadley were in Steamboat Monday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 20 Dec. 1922, "South Side ... Those who were in town Saturday were ... Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hadley ..." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 5 Jan. 1923, "South Side ... (Received too late for last week.) ... Mr. and Mrs. H.B. Price and family and Mrs. Tappin were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley Christmas day." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 26 Jan. 1923, "South Side. ... Those from this vicinity in Steamboat Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley ... Ed Trullinger spent a couple of days with C.E. Hadley and family." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 2 Feb. 1923, "South Side. ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley ... were in Steamboat Saturday. ... Mrs. C.E. Hadley and daughter, Dollie, spent Tuesday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. George Kemry." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 16 Feb. 1923, "South Side. Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley ... were in Steamboat Saturday. ... Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Williamson and Shirley Johnson remained over night Monday at the C.E. Hadley ranch, on account of the storm ... C.E. Hadley and his daughter, Dollie, were in town Wednesday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 16 Feb. 1923, "Sixteen Years Ago ... February 15, 1907 ... Notice was given of final proof by Clarence H. Hadley on his homestead, in 25-7-85" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 21 Feb. 1923, "Farm Loan Association. Steamboat Organization Elects Officers and Directors. At the annual meeting of the Steamboat Springs National Farm Loan association held last week the following officers, directors and committees were selected: E.O. Furlong, president; Clarence Hadley, vice president; B.L. Allin, secretary-treasurer. Directors, Claude Smith, E.O. Furlong, Clarence Hadley, Joseph Hitchens and Roy Reubland. ..." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 23 Feb. 1923, "South Side. ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley ... were all in Steamboat Saturday ... Peter Stanko is helping C.E. Hadley haul his wheat to the mill." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 2 Mar. 1923, "South Side. ... were in Steamboat Friday, and Ray Johnson and C.E. Hadley were in town Saturday. ... Miss Edna Price remained over night Monday at the C.E. Hadley home." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 16 Mar. 1923, "South Side. (Received too late for last week.) ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley ... were in Steamboat Saturday. ... C.E. Hadley and Clinton Platter have been hauling wheat from the Woolery ranch to the mill, in Steamboat." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 23 Mar. 1923, "South Side. A party was given Saturday night, Mch. 10, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family, nearly 25 guests being present. Games, cards and dancing provided amusement, and sandwiches, ice cream, cake, coffee and candy were served at midnight. It was about 5 a.m. when the visitors departed for their homes, all expressing themselves as having enjoyed a fine time. ... C.E. Hadley and family and Ray Johnson were in Steamboat Monday ..." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 13 Apr. 1923, "South Side. ... C.E. Hadley, with Peter Stanko and son, were callers at the Thompson home." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 20 Apr. 1923, "South Side. Peter Stanko, C.E. Hadley and L.R. Cheatham were Steamboat visitors last Friday, and Mr. and Mrs. Hadley were in town Saturday. A surprise party was given last Friday evening in honor of C.E. Hadley and family. About 35 guests enjoyed a good time, at card playing, games and dancing." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 11 May 1923, "South Side. ... Those who were in Steamboat Saturday from this neighborhood were C.E. Hadley and family ... Ed Trullinger of Clark on Sunday took his horses home from the C.E. Hadley ranch, where they were wintered. Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.B. Price. Those who attended the school election in District 16 were ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley ..." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 18 May 1923, "South Side. Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley ... were in Steamboat Saturday. ... C.E. Hadley and family and Anna Stanko were guests of Mr. and Mrs. D.N. Mercer Sunday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 1 June 1923, "South Side. ... Mrs. C.E. Hadley and children ... were all in Steamboat Saturday. ... C.E. Hadley and family were callers at the George Kemry home Sunday afternoon. Mr. Hadley helped Mr. Kemry drive his cattle across the river." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 8 June 1923, "South Side. Those who were in Steamboat Saturday from this neighborhood were Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley, with Mr. and Mrs. Weice and Miss Pearl Waite; ... C.E. Hadley and family, with their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Weice and family and Miss Pearl Waite, made a trip Sunday to Fish creek falls." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 22 June 1923, "South Side. ... (Unavoidably omitted last week.) ... Mr. and Mrs. A.A. Weiss and family, who were with C.E. Hadley, left Monday for McCoy, where they are taking up a homestead. Pearl John Waite is working for C.E. Hadley. L.R. Cheatham, George Kemry and C.E. Hadley are working on their irrigation ditch this week." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 6 July 1923, "Yellow Jacket Pass. ... C.E. Hadley and family of the South Side neighborhood were callers at the Carpenter home Sunday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 20 July 1923, "South Side. (Received too late for last week.) Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bahan and Miss Elizabeth Price were Sunday guests of the C.E. Hadley family. ... Mr. and Mrs. Peter Stanko and C.E. Hadley were in Steamboat Monday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 27 July 1923, "South Side. ... J.C. Platter and Anson Shupp are helping C.E. Hadley and George Kemry to put up the alfalfa on the Harvey Woolery ranch." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 17 Aug. 1923, "South Side. Peter Stanko and Bill Price are helping C.E. Hadley during haying. ... Steamboat visitors Saturday included ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley ... Peter Stanko, C.E. Hadley and A.A. Weiss were in town Monday" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 24 Aug. 1923, "Report of the Proceedings of the Board of County Commissioners of Routt County, Colorado, at a meeting held at Steamboat Springs, Colorado, beginning August 6, 1923 ... Following is a list of bills audited and allowed during the session: General. ... County Court ... C.E. Hadley, juror, $5.60 ...
  • 31 Aug. 1923, "South Side. ... Mrs. C.E. Hadley and daughters were in Steamboat Monday, and Ray Johnson, Dollie Hadley and John Pollo were in town Tuesday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 21 Sep. 1923, "South Side. C.E. Hadley, A.A. Weiss, G.L. Kemry and Mr. Donovan returned Tuesday from a trip to Blue mountain, in western Moffat county, where they went to look at land. While away they also visited Vernal, Utah. ... Miss Dollie Hadley, who is now teaching at the Middle Elk school, in District No. 33, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley. ... Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hadley, former Elk River residents now located at Loveland, Colo., and Will Hadley and Al Adams, from Fort Russell, Wyo., have been visiting C.E. Hadley and family." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 28 Sep. 1923, "Twentymile Park. ... Mr. and Mrs. A.A. Weiss and daughters, Ruth and Grace, who had been helping C.E. Hadley in haying, have moved from the South Side neighborhood to the 7N ranch for the winter." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 12 Oct. 1923, "South Side. ... Mrs. George Kemry and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 19 Oct. 1923, "Middle Elk. ... Miss Dolly Hadley spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley, in the South Side neighborhood." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 26 Oct. 1923, "South Side. ... Mrs. C.E. Hadley and children called on Mrs. Peter Stanko one day last week." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 9 Nov. 1923, "South Side. ... Miss Dollie Hadley spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley. She turned to her school in the Middle Elk district Tuesday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 7 Dec. 1923, "South Side. (Received too late for last week.) Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley ... were in Steamboat Saturday. Miss Dollie Hadley spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley. ... C.E. Hadley ... were Steamboat visitors Wednesday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 21 Dec. 1923, "South Side. ... C.E. Hadley and Miss Dollie ... were in Steamboat Saturday, for Christmas shopping. ... Mrs. Peter Stanko called on Mrs. C.E. Hadley Sunday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 4 Jan. 1924, "South Side. ... C.E. Hadley and daughter, Dollie, and Magnus Hughes were in Steamboat last Friday. Mr. Hughes left Saturday for Denver." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 1 Feb. 1924, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley were in Steamboat last Thursday. ... Those from this vicinity who were in Steamboat Saturday were ... C.E. Hadley and daughter, Dollie ... Miss Dollie Hadley spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 15 Feb. 1924, "South Side. ... Those in Steamboat Saturday from this neighborhood were ... C.E. Hadley. ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley, Mrs. George Kemry, H.B. Price and Peter Stanko were in town Monday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 29 Feb. 1924, "South Side. ... Mrs. C.E. Hadley and children visited Sunday with Mrs. Kemry." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 14 Mar. 1924, "South Side. Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley ... were in Steamboat last Wednesday, and those in town Saturday were ... C.E. Hadley." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 26 Mar. 1924, "Middle Elk ... Miss Hadley spent the weekend with the home folks on the South Side. Her father, Clarence Hadley, has been quite ill with rheumatism, but at this writing he is a little better. His many friends on Elk river hope to hear he is well soon." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 28 Mar. 1924, "South Side. ... Robert Noyce is hauling hay from the C.E. Hadley ranch to Steamboat. C.E. Hadley is confined to his bed by rheumatism. ... Mr. and Mrs. George Kemry called Tuesday at the C.E. Hadley ranch." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 29 Mar. 1924, "Middle Elk ... Miss Hadley spent the weekend with the home folks on the South Side. Her father, Clarence Hadley, has been quite ill with rheumatism, but at this writing he is a little better. His many friends on Elk river hope to hear he is well soon." [Colorado, Oak Creek, Oak Creek Times]
  • 4 Apr. 1924, "South Side. ... Henry Pilant, Anson Shupp, Magnus Hughes and Peter Stanko butchered this week for C.E. Hadley, who is laid up with an attack of rheumatism. ... Middle Elk. ... Miss Dollie Hadley reports her father, C.E. Hadley, as badly crippled with rheumatism. All are sorry to hear such news, and trust the warmer weather will soon help the sufferer." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 11 Apr. 1924, "South Side. C.E. Hadley, George Kemry, Peter Stanko and John Pollo dehorned cattle last week. ... John Lusk, George Kemry and Anson Shupp butchered hogs this week for C.E. Hadley, who is suffering from rheumatism. All hope for his early recovery." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 16 Apr. 1924, "Middle Elk. ... Miss Hadley spent the weekend at their ranch on the South Side. Her father, Clarence Hadley, has been ill for some time with rheumatism but is some better at this writing." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 30 Apr. 1924, "Middle Elk. ... Miss Hadley spent the week-end with the home folks on the South Side. We are sorry to hear that Mr. Hadley is suffering with rheumatism." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 9 May 1924, "Local News ... Clarence E. Hadley of the South Side neighborhood has been out and around for the past week, after having been laid up for some time with inflammatory rheumatism." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 23 May 1924, "South Side. The neighbors helped C.E. Hadley one day last week to put in part of his crop. ... C.E. Hadley and family, Mr. Bransteader, Magnus Hughes and William Price motored to Middle Elk last Friday evening to attend the entertainment at the District No. 33 school house. Those who were in Steamboat Saturday were ... C.E. Hadley and family ..." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 13 June 1924, "South Side. Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family are expected back today from Juniper Springs, where they have been for the past two weeks, for the benefit of his health. Mr. Bransteader is taking care of Mr. Hadley's place during the owner's absence." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 27 June 1924, "South Side ... Those in Steamboat Saturday from this neighborhood were ... C.E. Hadley ..." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 25 July 1924, "Report of the Proceedings of the Board of County Commissioners of Routt County, Colorado, at a meeting held at Steamboat Springs, Colorado, July 7th, 1924, and adjournments thereof ... The Board agrees to pay the sum of $200.00 to C.E. Hadley for a strip of land fifteen feet wide on south side of right-of-way on his land on Brookston road, said Hadley furnishing a quit-claim deed to said property. ... South Side. ... Among those from this vicinity who were in Steamboat Springs Saturday were C.E. Hadley and family ... C.E. Hadley and family and Steve Pollo were in Steamboat Monday. Magnus Hughes is helping C.E. Hadley put up his alfalfa." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 29 Aug. 1924, "Klan Has Political Picnic. The members of the Ku Klux Klan of Routt and Moffat counties held a political picnic Sunday afternoon in the grove on the C.E. Hadley ranch four miles west of Steamboat Springs, where none were allowed to approach except members of the organization and their families. It is reported that Judge Clarence J. Morley of Denver, klan candidate for the Republican nomination for governor; Attorney Rice W. Means of Denver, klan candidate for the short term, and John Galen Locke, who is of the order in Colorado, were speakers at the meeting, and that between 2,500 and 3,000 people were present." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 12 Sep. 1924, "Real Estate Transfers. Furnished by Zimmerman Abstract Co. ... Quit Claim Deeds ... C.E. Hadley to Routt County, right of way in road in section 4, tp 6, n. r 85" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 19 Sep. 1924, "South Side. C.E. Hadley and family and Miss Laura Anderson, ... were in Steamboat Saturday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 3 Oct. 1924, "South Side. ... Steamboat visitors from this neighborhood Saturday were ... C.E. Hadley, Magnus Hughes ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley ... were in Steamboat Tuesday. Miss Dollie Hadley was home from the Middle Elk school to spend the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 31 Oct. 1924, "South Side. (Received too late for last week.) ... Among those in Steamboat Saturday were ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley, H.B. Price and Magnus Hughes all attended the Crosby sale last Friday. ... George Kemry, C.E. Hadley and Peter Stanko are busy plowing." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 12 Dec. 1924, "South Side. ... C.E. Hadley and family were callers Sunday at the Odus Branstetter home. ... Those in Steamboat Saturday from this neighborhood were ... C.E. Hadley ... Miss Dollie Hadley was home from her school in the Middle Elk district, spending the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 26 Dec. 1924, "South Side. ... Miss Dollie Hadley came down from the Middle Elk school district for a week-end visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 2 Jan. 1925, "South Side ... George Kemry and family, C.E. Hadley and family and Magnus Hughes were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. D.H. Coyner at Christmas dinner. ... C.E. Hadley called at the Peter Stanko home last Friday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 16 Jan. 1925, "South Side ... Steamboat visitors Saturday included ... C.E. Hadley ... Mr. and Mrs. Odus Bransetter, Magnus Hughes, C.E. Hadley and family, Miss Laura Anderson and Ray Johnson were at the Peter Stanko home Saturday evening to listen to the radio." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 21 Jan. 1925, "Local News of the Week ... Steamboat visitors from the South Side last week were ... C.E. Hadley ..." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 23 Jan. 1925, "South Side ... Steamboat visitors Saturday included ... C.E. Hadley, Miss Dollie Hadley ... Middle Elk ... Miss Dolly Hadley spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley, in the South Side neighborhood." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 6 Feb. 1925, "South Side ... Those who were in town last Saturday from this vicinity were Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley ... C.E. Hadley, the Misses Dollie Hadley and Laura Anderson ... were all in Steamboat Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. George Kemry and children, Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family and Laura Anderson were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Odus Branstetter Sunday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 20 Feb. 1925, "Notice of Sale ... Whereas, Chauncey Bolster did, in the fall of the year, A.D. 1923, leave with the undersigned, to be kept and cared for, for him, the said Chaunsey Bolster, one sorrel horse branded on right shoulder and one black mare branded on left shoulder, and Whereas, there was and became due, for feed and care, in the spring of the year, A.D. 1924, the sum of $14.00, and Whereas, there was and became due since, for the care and keep of said animals the sum of $50.00, and Whereas, the undersigned has caused the lien for the said care and keep of said animals to be foreclosed, and the said animals have been appraised under Warrant issued therefor by O.E. Mallory, Justice of the Peace, now therefore: The undersigned will offer the said animals for sale at public auction at C.E. Hadley ranch, in the County of Routt, State of Colorado, to the highest and best bidder, for cash, on the 7th day of March, A.D. 1925, at the hour of 2 o'clock P.M. C.E. Hadley. First Publication, Feb. 20, 1925. Last Publication, Mch. 6, 1925." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 6 Mar. 1925, "South Side ... C.E. Hadley, Magnus Hughes, ... were all in Steamboat Saturday. ... C.E. Hadley, Magnus Hughes, Peter Stanko and George Kemry helped L.R. Cheatham dehorn cattle Monday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 20 Mar. 1925, "South Side ... Those in Steamboat Saturday from this neighborhood were C.E. Hadley and daughter, Miss Dollie ... Mr. and Mrs. George Kemry and children, Mr. and Mrs. Odus Branstetter, Miss Irene White, Magnus Hughes and Leo Coyner were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley. ... George Kemry, C.E. Hadley and Magnus Hughes dehorned cattle this week." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 17 Apr. 1925, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley, Magnus Hughes ... were all in Steamboat Springs Saturday. ... Henry Pilant and Magnus Hughes assisted C.E. Hadley Tuesday, hauling hay." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 24 Apr. 1925, "South Side. Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley, with Magnus Hughes, motored to Middle Elk last Friday afternoon to attend the closing program at the school in District No. 33, where Miss Dollie Hadley was one of the teachers. ... C.E. Hadley and H.B. Price made a trip to Steamboat Wednesday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 8 May 1925, "Klan Whipped in School Election. Hooded Organization Loses at Most Points Where It was Factor - Routt County Results. ... Up to noon today, County Superintendent Nan B. Scales had received reports of the elections from all but 10 of the 42 districts in Routt county. In most districts it was only the secretary whose term expired and in the following table the directors who were reelected are indicated by a star: ... 16. South Side - *C.E. Hadley." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 8 May 1925, "Hughes-Hadley. The marriage of Miss Dollie Hadley to Magnus Hughes took place at high noon Wednesday, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Hadley, in the South Side neighborhood, west of Steamboat Springs. Rev. Dr. R.M. Stevenson of the Congregational church officiated. Immediately after the ceremony a wedding dinner was served, the guests being Mr. and Mrs. George Kemry and children, Mrs. Emma Kemry and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pilant. Mr. and Mrs. Hughes will make their home on the Dr. F.E. Willett ranch, which he has leased. The bride has spent nearly her entire life in Routt county, her parents being pioneers here. For the past two years she has been teaching, at the Middle Elk school. Mr. Hughes came here from Kansas several years ago, and has been ranching in the vicinity of the Hadley ranch. He has earned an excellent reputation for industry and integrity." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 16 May 1925, "South Side. Among those from this neighborhood who were in Steamboat Springs Saturday were ... Mrs. Magnus Hughes, Mrs. C.E. Hadley and children, ..." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 5 June 1925, "South Side ... Among those in Steamboat Saturday were C.E. Hadley and family, Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Hughes ... Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Hughes spent Sunday afternoon with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 21 Oct. 1925, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Hughes were dinner guests of Mrs. C.E. Hadley Sunday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 6 Nov. 1925, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Hughes and Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley were in town Tuesday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 4 Dec. 1925, "South Side. The C.E. Hadley and George Kemry families were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Hughes. ... C.E. Hadley and Magnus Hughes went to the McCroskey mine Monday, after coal." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 1 Jan. 1926, "South Side (Received too late for last week.) ... Those who were in Steamboat Saturday included ... C.E. Hadley and family, ... Magnus Hughes" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 15 Jan. 1926, "South Side ... C.E. Hadley and family, with Miss Laura Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Hughes, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Kemry Sunday. ... (Received too late for last week.) ... Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Hughes spent New Year's with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley. ... C.E. Hadley, Magnus Hughes, ... were all in Steamboat Saturday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 29 Jan. 1926, "South Side ... Among those who were in Steamboat Springs Saturday were ... C.E. Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 5 Mar. 1926, "South Side ... C.E. Hadley and family, ... Magnus Hughes, ... were all in Steamboat Springs Saturday. ... Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Hughes and Mr. and Mrs. Alva West and baby were Sunday dinner guests of C.E. Hadley and family, celebrating Ella Hadley's birthday anniversary. ... Mrs. C.E. Hadley and Mrs. Magnus Hughes were in town Tuesday ... C.E. Hadley, Magnus Hughes, Peter Stanko and Miles Yale helped George Kemry dehorn cattle Tuesday. (Received too late for last week.) ... C.E. Hadley and family and Peter Stanko were in town Saturday. ... Edna Price, Mrs. Peter Stanko, Ella Hadley and Alice and Burnie Cheatham have been on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. John Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Hughes were guests of C.E. Hadley and family Sunday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 8 Sep. 1926, "Local News Notes ... Miss Norma Brown opened school on the South Side Tuesday. She is boarding at the Hadley's. On Labor day she made a call at all the homes included in her school district, among whom were the Price, Williams, Hadley, Kemry, Cheatham, Bryan, Stanko, West and McKinney families." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 24 Nov. 1926, "Local News of the Week ... Mr. and Mrs. Joe Critchfield have moved to the Hadley ranch on the South side." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 9 Mar. 1927, "Local News Notes ... C.E. Hadley, secretary of the South Side school board, was in Steamboat Monday, consulting with Mrs. Irene Parker, county superintendent." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 30 Mar. 1927, "Jurors Summoned for Court Next Week. The following jurymen have been summoned by Sheriff Kitchens to appear next Tuesday for service at the regular term of district court: ... Hadley, Clarence E., Steamboat Springs." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 20 Apr. 1927, "G.L. Kemry and C.E. Hadley were in town from the South Side Saturday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 4 Nov. 1927, "Local News of the Week ... Among the school directors who were in Steamboat to consult with Mrs. Irene Parker, county superintendent of schools this week, were ... C.E. Hadley and G.L. Kemry of the South side" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 30 Dec. 1927, "South Side. Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family left Sunday morning for Sidney, Nebr., to spend a couple of weeks with their relatives. Magnus Hughes is taking care of his stock." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 4 May 1928, "South Side. ... Those who were in town Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley ... Those who were on the sick list last week and this were Mrs. C.E. Hadley and daughters, also Mr. Hadley ... All were sick with the flu. C.E. Hadley called at the C.E. McKinney home Friday. ... C.E. McKinney called at the C.E. Hadley home Sunday. ... (Last week) ... Mrs. C.E. Hadley has been quite ill this week but is better now. ... C.E. Hadley and daughters and grand daughter, Eunice, were callers at the C.E. McKinney home Sunday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 11 May 1928, "South Side. The election at the South Side school house on Monday, May 7, was well attended. C.E. Hadley and John Cheek were the candidates running for secretary. Mr. Hadley was elected by a large majority. Mr. Hadley is quite a popular candidate, as this is his third term to fill that office. ... Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family, Mr. and Mrs. C.E. McKinney and family were in Steamboat Sunday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 18 May 1928, "South Side ... Those who were in Steamboat Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 8 June 1928, "South Side. Those who were in town Saturday were ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family, Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Hughes and daughters" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 20 July 1928, "South Side. ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Hughes Saturday. ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family visited the W. Barber home Sunday. Callers at the McKinney home Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brunn and son. ... (Last Week) Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family visited in the Dunckley neighborhood Sunday. ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Hughes Saturday. Steamboat visitors Saturday were ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 27 July 1928, "Annual Report. Of School District No. 16, Routt County, Colorado, from July 1, 1927, to June 30, 1928: ... C.E. Hadley, Secretary District No. 16" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 3 Aug. 1928, "South Side ... Callers at the McKinney home Tuesday were ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 24 Aug. 1928, "South Side ... Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family, Mrs. Magnus Hughes and family called on Mrs. Jack Brunn Sunday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 31 Aug. 1928, "South Side ... Steamboat visitors Saturday were ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 21 Sep. 1928, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. Barnes are visiting at the Herman Price home. Mrs. Barnes called on Mrs. Hadley Tuesday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 28 Sep. 1928, "South Side ... Mrs. Magnus Hughes is helping Mrs. Hadley cook for threshers." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 2 Nov. 1928, "Local News of the Week ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley were in from South Side Saturday. ... South Side (Last Week) ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family ... were Steamboat visitors Saturday evening." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 30 Nov. 1928, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Hughes and family called at the C.E. Hadley home Sunday and Miss Edna returned with them to attend high school. ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley were Steamboat callers one day last week." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 14 Dec. 1928, "South Side. Dinner guests at the C.E. Hadley home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Hughes and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Loran Hughes and family." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 25 Jan. 1929, "South Side ... C.E. Hadley and family were Steamboat visitors Sunday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 1 Feb. 1929, "Local News Notes ... C.E. Hadley and George Kemry were in town Tuesday to see Mrs. Funk, county superintendent of schools. Mrs. Funk visited the South Side school Thursday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 8 Feb. 1929, "South Side. Steamboat visitors Friday were ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley ... Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Hughes spent a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley this week." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 8 Mar. 1929, "South Side ... Steamboat visitors Friday were Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley ... Twentymile ... Henry Appel started Sunday to take his son, Billy, over to Clarence Hadley's place and from there Billy was to accompany Mr. Hadley, who was taking his daughter back to school at Steamboat. Mr. Appel and Billy went only four miles out of the seven they were to travel when their horses got so exhausted bucking the snow that they had to turn back. By Tuesday the road was open all the way through so that Mrs. Appel managed to get Billy to school although it was a hard trip on the horses." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 22 Mar. 1929, "South Side. (Last Week) ... Steamboat visitors Friday were ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley ... Saturday visitors were ... C.E. Hadley ... Miss Edna Hadley spent the weekend with her home folks." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 5 Apr. 1929, "South Side ... (Last Week) ... Steamboat visitors Friday were Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 19 Apr. 1929, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. McKinney spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 26 Apr. 1929, "Local News of the Week ... Sam Hadley, a pioneer of the Elk river section, is here from Loveland to visit with his brother, Clarence Hadley. Sam Hadley left here for Loveland about 20 years ago but still retains his love for Routt county." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 10 May 1929, "South Side. (Last week) C.E. Hadley is enjoying a visit from his brother, Sam Hadley of Loveland, Colo. ... Those who spent the week-end at their homes from high school were ... Edna Hadley ... Steamboat visitors this week were Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley ... Sam Hadley ..." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 24 May 1929, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. McKinney and family were dinner guests at the C.E. Hadley home Sunday. ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and daughters were in Steamboat Saturday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 31 May 1929, "South Side ... Steamboat visitors Saturday were C.E. Hadley and family" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 7 June 1929, "South Side. ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley were callers at the C.E. McKinney home Monday. ... Mr. and Mrs. Will Barber and family were callers at the C.E. Hadley ranch Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley were Steamboat callers Tuesday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 21 June 1929, "South Side ... Steamboat visitors Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 19 July 1929, "C.E. Hadley was in Steamboat Friday. ... (Last week) ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and children called at the John Pollo ranch Sunday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 2 Aug. 1929, "South Side ... (Last Week) ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and children called at the C.E. McKinney home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Stanko Sunday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 2 Aug. 1929, "Annual Financial Statement. School District No. 16, County of Routt, State of Colorado, July 1st, 1928, to June 30th, 1929 ... C.E. Hadley, Secretary District No. 16." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 11 Oct. 1929, "South Side ... Miss Helen Stanko helped Mrs. C.E. Hadley cook for the threshers last week." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 1 Nov. 1929, "C.E. Hadley, secretary of the South Side school district, was in Steamboat Saturday consulting the county superintendent. ... South Side ... Mrs. C.E. Hadley visited Monday with the Bill Barbers." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 15 Nov. 1929, "South Side ... Steamboat visitors Thursday were ... C.E. Hadley ... Mrs. Eva Seeley and daughter took the train Saturday for Denver, returning Monday. They are making their home with the Hadleys during the school term. ... Mrs. C.E. Hadley called on Mrs. John Frye in town Saturday. ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family called on Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Barber Sunday afternoon." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 22 Nov. 1929, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley called on Mr. and Mrs. C.E. McKinney Thursday afternoon. ... Mrs. Hadley called Saturday on Mrs. D.H. Coyner who has been very ill in town. ... South Side School ... One of the recent and most enjoyed additions to our school is a reading table which was loaned by Mrs. Hadley. It is filled with books and games loaned by Billie Marie Seeley. The Child Life and Playmate magazines are to be found there each month." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 29 Nov. 1929, "South Side ... Steamboat callers Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and children ... (Last Week) ... Mr. and Mrs. Will Barber and family were Sunday dinner guests at the C.E. Hadley home. ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley called at the McKinney home Thursday afternoon." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 20 Dec. 1929, "South Side. Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley ... were Steamboat visitors Tuesday. ... Edith McKinney called at the Hadley home Sunday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 20 Dec. 1929, "South Side ... C.E. Hadley was a business visitor at Sidney Tuesday. ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley were callers at the Young and Fewquay homes Tuesday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 3 Jan. 1930, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family were guests Christmas day of the Will Barber family.
  • 10 Jan. 1930, "South Side. Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley had as their guests on New Year's day Mr. and Mrs. Will Barber and family and Mr. and Mrs. Trogler. ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. McKinney and family were dinner guests of the C.E. Hadley family Sunday. ... Steamboat visitors Saturday were C.E. Hadley ... C.E. Hadley and C.E. McKinney took the Misses Edna Hadley, Jewell McKinney and Esther Woolery to Steamboat Sunday. The girls resumed their school duties Monday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 31 Jan. 1930, "Local News of the Week ... Mrs. Eva Seeley came from her home in Greeley Friday. She is now at the Hadley home on the South Side. Mrs. Seeley is the teacher at the South Side school, but she has not been able to teach since the Christmas holidays because of an injury to her foot. Miss Helen Stanko is substituting for her." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 7 Feb. 1930, "South Side. ... C.E. Hadley ... were Steamboat visitors Saturday. ... School Notes. ... Last Wednesday a group of ladies met at the school house and organized a Parent-Teachers association. The officers are: ... membership, Mrs. Hadley. The first meeting will be at the school house Saturday evening, January 8. County Superintendent Mrs. Pearl A. Funk will be the speaker of the evening. She will talk on The Work of the P.T.A. An old time spelling match with a social hour and refreshments will close the evening. Everyone is invited." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 14 Feb. 1930, "South Side. Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and daughters Edna and Ella, Mrs. Seeley and daughter Billy were Sunday dinner guests at the Will Barker home. ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley called at the McKinney home Thursday afternoon." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 28 Feb. 1930, "South Side. Mr. and Mrs. Will Barber and family were Sunday dinner guests of the C.E. Hadley family. Miss Edna Hadley returned to town with them. ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family ... attended the ski carnival in Steamboat. Steamboat visitors Saturday were C.E. Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 14 Mar. 1930, "South Side (Last Week) ... Mr. and Mrs. Will Barber and family spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 4 Apr. 1930, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. Will Barber and children and Mr. Barber's sister, Mrs. Sinden, visited at the Hadley home Tuesday. Mr. Barber helped Mr. Hadley butcher hogs. ... A surprise party was given Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley Saturday evening. A large crowd attended and spent an enjoyable evening. Steamboat visitors Friday were ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 18 Apr. 1930, "South Side ... Steamboat visitors Friday were Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley ... P.T.A. meeting was held Friday night. A treasurer was added to the list of officers and Mrs. Ola Washem will fill this office. Mrs. McKinney and Mrs. Stanko will serve with Mrs. Cheek on the eats committee. Esther Woolery program and Helen Stanko will serve with Mrs. Hadley on membership. A fee of 25 cents a year will be charged each member. Cards and dancing were enjoyed after the meeting." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 23 Apr. 1930, res. Pct. 1, Clarence E Hadley 57 farmer IA, Orl 49 IA, Edna 15 CO, Ella 14 CO [USA, 1930 Census, Colorado, Routt County]
  • 2 May 1930, "South Side ... Steamboat visitors Friday were A.E. Hadley ... Mr. and Mrs. Will Barber and family were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hadley Sunday. ... (Last Week) ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and daughters, Misses Edna and Ella, visited at the Will Barber home Sunday afternoon." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 9 May 1930, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. Will Barber and children visited at the Hadley's on Monday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 23 May 1930, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family visited the Will Barber family Sunday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 4 July 1930, "South Side ... Those from South Side who attended the pioneer meeting at Craig were ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 11 July 1930, "South Side ... Those who attended the Georgia Minstrel show from South Side were Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 18 July 1930, "South Side ... C.E. Hadley went to the coal mine Monday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 25 July 1930, "South Side ... Those who were in town Saturday were ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley ... Mr. and Mrs. Alva Birdwell and son of Denver have been visiting their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley. They left Tuesday for their home in Denver." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 8 Aug. 1930, "South Side ... Those who were in town Saturday were ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 8 Aug. 1930, "Annual Financial Statement. Of School District No. 16, County of Routt, State of Colorado, from July 1, 1929, to June 30, 1930 ... C.E. Hadley, Secretary School District No. 16." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 5 Sep. 1930, "Local News of the Week ... Sam Hadley, former resident, was thru here Tuesday night with a party of Loveland people taking some race horses to the fair. When he returns he will visit his brother, Clarence Hadley, and friends in Steamboat and on Elk river." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 24 Oct. 1930, "South Side. ... Misses Edna and Ella Hadley were home to spend the week end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 26 Dec. 1930, "South Side ... Misses Edna and Etta Hadley came home to spend Christmas vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley. Christmas shoppers in town Tuesday were ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 2 Jan. 1931, "South Side. ... Mr. and Mrs. Will Barber and family were Christmas guests at the C.E. Hadley home. ... C.E. Hadley was in Steamboat on Saturday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 9 Jan. 1931, "Many Guests At Stanko Party. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Stanko entertained at a card party at their ranch Friday evening, January 2, in honor of their daughter Helen, who departed Sunday to resume her studies in Denver. Cards and games were enjoyed by all. At midnight dainty refreshments were served along with cigars and candy. An enjoyable time was reported by all. Those who attended were ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 13 Feb. 1931, "South Side ... The Will Barber family were Sunday dinner guests of the C.E. Hadley family. ... C.E. Hadley has been quite ill with the flu this week." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 20 Feb. 1931, "South Side ... Mrs. C.E. Hadley is suffering intensely with an infected eye." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 29 May 1931, "25 Years Ago ... Clarence Hadley took up the first load of material for the new Hahns Peak placer dredge." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 5 June 1931, "Cow Creek ... Bill Prelle, Jesse Brenton and Clarence Hadley have been hauling seed potatoes from C.H. Hubbard's." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 3 July 1931, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley ... attended the pioneer meeting at Hayden Saturday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 10 July 1931, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family were Steamboat visitors Saturday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 31 July 1931, "South Side ... (Last Week) ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family were Steamboat callers Friday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 14 Aug. 1931, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family enjoyed a visit from Mr. and Mrs. Mason Mick and family and Mr. Mick's mother, Mrs. Brockway. Mrs. Mick and Mr. Hadley are brother and sister. ... Steamboat callers Saturday were ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 25 Sep. 1931, "25 Years Ago ... New arrivals were a baby girl at the Kline home and a boy at the Clarence Hadley home." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 6 Nov. 1931, "Yellow Jacket. (Last Week) ... Mr. and Mrs. Hadley and two daughters visited with Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Carpenter Sunday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 18 Dec. 1931, "South Side ... Bill Price hauled a load of coal for C.E. Hadley Friday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 19 Feb. 1932, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Woodcock and children and the Misses Jewell McKinney and Verla Dinius were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family. ... Steamboat visitors Friday were ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 4 Mar. 1932, "South Side ... Steamboat visitors Friday were Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 11 Mar. 1932, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley ... were Steamboat visitors Friday. Mrs. C.E. McKinney and Charles visited Mrs. C.E. Hadley Sunday afternoon while Mr. Hadley and Mr. McKinney took the high school girls to town." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 8 Apr. 1932, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley visited Mr. and Mrs. Peter Stanko Tuesday afternoon. ... C.E. McKinney and Ray Johnson helped C.E. Hadley dehorn cattle Monday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 13 May 1932, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Price Wednesday. ... Steamboat visitors Tuesday were ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 27 May 1932, "Columbine ... H.D. Hackmaster called at the C.E. Hadley home Sunday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 17 June 1932, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family were visitors at the McKinney home Sunday. ... Miss Evelyn Summer was a caller at the C.E. Hadley home one day last week." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 24 June 1932, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family attended the band concert in Steamboat Saturday evening." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 22 July 1932, "Old Timer Makes Visit to Town. Sam Hadley, old time resident of Routt county, came to Steamboat last Thursday for a visit with his brother, Clarence Hadley of the South Side, and former friends. Sam came to this country 41 years ago when a lad. He was married at Hahns Peak 23 years ago. He is now living at Estes Park but the children have all grown and are away for themselves. He was accompanied to Steamboat by E.R. Dunn of Estes Park." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 5 Aug. 1932, "South Side ... Bill Price and C.E. Hadley are helping Ray Johnson put up his hay." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 2 Sep. 1932, "Exhibits Won Praise of All. Show in Steamboat Last Week Brought Together Flowers, Vegetables and Needlework That Were of Rare Excellence. Visitors were more than delighted with the booth exhibits of the rural club women at the flower and vegetable show in Steamboat last week. The displays included jars of canned fruits, vegetables, meats, dried products, home made laundry and toilet soaps and soap chips, carded wool, home made cheese, samples of wall stippling, hand made rugs made from old material and some beautiful rugs made from new outing flannel, hand decorated vases and jardiniers, flowers, vegetables, framed pictures in black and white silhouette all done by hand, many articles of clothing, handy things for the home made from material on the premises. Each booth was in itself a small fair considering the variety of articles exhibited. And the best part of the display is that almost every piece is something utilized that would in many homes be wasted. ... Vegetables ... Onions ... White, Mrs. Hadley, first ... Swiss Chard ... Mrs. Hadley, second ... Needlework ... Miscellaneous ... knitted centerpiece, Mrs. Hadley." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 28 Oct. 1932, "South Side ... Miss Jewell McKinney called at the C.E. Hadley home Friday afternoon." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 11 Nov. 1932, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley were Steamboat callers Thursday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 11 Nov. 1932, "Delinquent Tax List. Routt County, Colorado for the Year 1931 ... Public Notice is hereby given that I will, according to law, offer at Public Sale, at the office of the Treasurer of the County of Routt and State of Colorado, on Monday the 12th Day of December, 1932 and succeeding days, commencing at the hour of 10 o'clock a.m. of said day, so much of the following described real estate, situate in said county, on which taxes for the year 1931 have not been paid, and also for the taxes and charges assessed against the owner thereof for personal property assessed on same schedule with real estate listed below, as shall be necessary to pay said taxes, interest and penalty, hereinbelow set down to-wit: ... Hadley, C.E., S½ SW¼, 3; E½ SE¼, 4; NE¼ NE¼, 9; NW¼, 10, [Town] 6, [Range] 85; Less roads 15 A., [Acres] 347, [Valuation] 5820, [Tax] 120.05, [Tax, Penalties and Interest] 128.89" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 18 Nov. 1932, "South Side ... C.E. Hadley was a visitor in town Monday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 25 Nov. 1932, "South Side ... George Pollo called at the C.E. Hadley home Monday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 25 Nov. 1932, "Delinquent Tax List. Routt County, Colorado for the Year 1931 ... Public Notice is hereby given that I will, according to law, offer at Public Sale, at the office of the Treasurer of the County of Routt and State of Colorado, on Monday the 12th Day of December, 1932 and succeeding days, commencing at the hour of 10 o'clock a.m. of said day, so much of the following described real estate, situate in said county, on which taxes for the year 1931 have not been paid, and also for the taxes and charges assessed against the owner thereof for personal property assessed on same schedule with real estate listed below, as shall be necessary to pay said taxes, interest and penalty, hereinbelow set down to-wit: ... Hadley, C.E., S½ SW¼, 3; E½ SE¼, 4; NE¼ NE¼, 9; NW¼, 10, [Town] 6, [Range] 85; Less roads 15 A., [Acres] 347, [Valuation] 5820, [Tax] 120.05, [Tax, Penalties and Interest] 128.89" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 2 Dec. 1932, "South Side. ... George Pollo has been doing some blacksmith work at the C.E. Hadley ranch. ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family had Thanksgiving dinner at the McKinney home. Mr. and Mrs. John Cheek and Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family were Steamboat callers Saturday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 2 Dec. 1932, "Delinquent Tax List. Routt County, Colorado for the Year 1931 ... Public Notice is hereby given that I will, according to law, offer at Public Sale, at the office of the Treasurer of the County of Routt and State of Colorado, on Monday the 12th Day of December, 1932 and succeeding days, commencing at the hour of 10 o'clock a.m. of said day, so much of the following described real estate, situate in said county, on which taxes for the year 1931 have not been paid, and also for the taxes and charges assessed against the owner thereof for personal property assessed on same schedule with real estate listed below, as shall be necessary to pay said taxes, interest and penalty, hereinbelow set down to-wit: ... Hadley, C.E., S½ SW¼, 3; E½ SE¼, 4; NE¼ NE¼, 9; NW¼, 10, [Town] 6, [Range] 85; Less roads 15 A., [Acres] 347, [Valuation] 5820, [Tax] 120.05, [Tax, Penalties and Interest] 128.89" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 30 Dec. 1932, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley had as their Christmas guests Mr. and Mrs. Will Barber and family." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 6 Jan. 1933, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley entertained Mr. and Mrs. C.E. McKinney and family New Years." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 20 Jan. 1933, "South Side (Last Week) ... Miss Evelyn Summer spent Friday night at the C.E. Hadley home." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 27 Jan. 1933, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. Ray Johnson were entertained Sunday at the C.T. Hadley home." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 3 Mar. 1933, "South Side. The surprise party at the C.E. Hadley home Friday night was enjoyed by a very large crowd. Refreshments of cake, coffee and sandwiches were served at midnight. Games and card playing were enjoyed until a late hour. A very enjoyable time was reported by all. ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley called at the Ray Johnson home Monday. ... (Last Week) ... Mr. and Mrs. Bill Price and son Walter were dinner guests at the C.E. Hadley home." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 10 Mar. 1933, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley were Steamboat visitors Monday. ... Miss Evelyn Summer was an over night guest at the Hadley home Friday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 24 Mar. 1933, "South Side ... Miss Evelyn Summer was a supper guest at the Hadley home Friday night. ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and daughters were in town Tuesday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 31 Mar. 1933, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley were dinner guests at the C.E. McKinney home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Price and C.E. Hadley attended the S.A. Keller funeral Monday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 5 May 1933, "South Side ... Those in town Saturday were ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 19 May 1933, "South Side (Last Week) ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. McKinney, Edith and Charles were dinner guests at the C.E. Hadley home Sunday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 2 June 1933, "South Side (Last Week) ... Mrs. Louis Summer and daughter, Evelyn, called at the Stanko, Hadley and McKinney homes Wednesday. ... Those in town Saturday were ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 30 June 1933, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family attended the Pleasant Valley picnic Sunday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 14 July 1933, "Funeral Services for Mrs. Stanko. Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Stanko were held at the Catholic church Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. ... The pallbearers were ... Clarence Hadley"
  • 21 July 1933, "All-Day Service At Grouse Creek. There was a large crowd at the Grouse Creek Grange hall Sunday at an all-day service and picnic dinner. The baskets were filled with plenty of good things to eat. People came from all parts of the country to attend the services, from Yampa, Rock creek, Morrison creek, Steamboat Springs, Oak Creek and other sections. J.L. Norvell gave a fine sermon, talking with his usual enthusiasm and conviction, holding his listeners with sustained interest to the last word. Among the Steamboat people who attended the services were ... Clarence Hadley and family." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 25 Aug. 1933, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family were in town Saturday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 8 Sep. 1933, "South Side ... C.E. Hadley called at the Johnson home Sunday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 15 Sep. 1933, "Yellow Jacket ... Mr. and Mrs. Milton Carpenter and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Carpenter and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hadley, who live below Steamboat." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 22 Sep. 1933, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. Ray Johnson and Mary Jane and Edith McKinney called at the C.E. Hadley home Monday. Edna and Ella Hadley and Edith McKinney visited the school in the afternoon." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 6 Oct. 1933, "Yellow Jacket. Mr. and Mrs. Hadley and family from below Steamboat Springs were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Carpenter." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 13 Oct. 1933, "South Side. ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. McKinney and Edith were dinner guests at the Hadley home Tuesday. ... Callers at the McKinney home Monday were C.E. Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 20 Oct. 1933, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family fished at Mad creek Sunday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 27 Oct. 1933, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Woodcock and family were dinner guests at the McKinney home Sunday, and callers that afternoon were Estella Kumke and Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 3 Nov. 1933, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family were Sunday dinner guests at the McKinney home." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 10 Nov. 1933, "Moffat Tunnel Improvement District Delinquent Tax List. Routt County, Colorado for the Years 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931 and 1932 ... Public Notice is hereby given that I will, according to law, offer at Public Sale, at the office of the Treasurer of the County of Routt and State of Colorado, on Monday the 11th Day of December, 1933 and succeeding days, commencing at the hour of 10 o'clock a.m. of said day, so much of the following described real estate, situate in said county, on which Moffat Tunnel District Taxes for the years 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931 and 1932 have not been paid, as shall be necessary to pay said taxes, interest and penalty, hereinbelow set down to-wit: ... Hadley, C.F., S½ SW¼, 3; E½ SE¼, 4; NE¼ NE¼, 9; NW¼, 10, [Town] 6, [Range] 85; Less roads 15 A., [Acres] 347, [Valuation] 3600, [1931 Tax] 6.75, [1932 Tax] 5.40, [Tax, Penalties and Interest] 15.60" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 24 Nov. 1933, "Moffat Tunnel Improvement District Delinquent Tax List. Routt County, Colorado for the Years 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931 and 1932 ... Public Notice is hereby given that I will, according to law, offer at Public Sale, at the office of the Treasurer of the County of Routt and State of Colorado, on Monday the 11th Day of December, 1933 and succeeding days, commencing at the hour of 10 o'clock a.m. of said day, so much of the following described real estate, situate in said county, on which Moffat Tunnel District Taxes for the years 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931 and 1932 have not been paid, as shall be necessary to pay said taxes, interest and penalty, hereinbelow set down to-wit: ... Hadley, C.F., S½ SW¼, 3; E½ SE¼, 4; NE¼ NE¼, 9; NW¼, 10, [Town] 6, [Range] 85; Less roads 15 A., [Acres] 347, [Valuation] 3600, [1931 Tax] 6.75, [1932 Tax] 5.40, [Tax, Penalties and Interest] 15.60" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 1 Dec. 1933, "Local News of the Week ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and two daughters of the South Side were in Steamboat Saturday. ... For Sale - Thorobred Rhode Island Reds, roosters and pullets. Mrs. Hadley, South Side." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 1 Dec. 1933, "Moffat Tunnel Improvement District Delinquent Tax List. Routt County, Colorado for the Years 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931 and 1932 ... Public Notice is hereby given that I will, according to law, offer at Public Sale, at the office of the Treasurer of the County of Routt and State of Colorado, on Monday the 11th Day of December, 1933 and succeeding days, commencing at the hour of 10 o'clock a.m. of said day, so much of the following described real estate, situate in said county, on which Moffat Tunnel District Taxes for the years 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931 and 1932 have not been paid, as shall be necessary to pay said taxes, interest and penalty, hereinbelow set down to-wit: ... Hadley, C.F., S½ SW¼, 3; E½ SE¼, 4; NE¼ NE¼, 9; NW¼, 10, [Town] 6, [Range] 85; Less roads 15 A., [Acres] 347, [Valuation] 3600, [1931 Tax] 6.75, [1932 Tax] 5.40, [Tax, Penalties and Interest] 15.60" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 29 Dec. 1933, "South Side ... C.E. Hadley and Mrs. John Rayburn have been on the sick list." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 12 Jan. 1934, "South Side ... Stanley Bryan butchered a beef Monday. Those who helped him were C.E. Hadley, Joe Shinn and Chester Dunckley." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 26 Jan. 1934, "South Side (Last Week) ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. McKinney and family were dinner guests at the Hadley home Sunday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 2 Feb. 1934, "Local News ... The Cheek, Spencer, Rayburn and Hadley families of the South Side were in Steamboat Saturday. ... South Side ... Eunice Kemry celebrated her 12th birthday Sunday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Summer and Evelyn, Bethel Lee McKinney and Alice Cheek. Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley called in the afternoon. ... (Last Week) ... Those in town Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 9 Feb. 1934, "South Side ... Jewell and Edith McKinney spent Thursday afternoon at the Hadley home." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 16 Feb. 1934, "Those who helped George Kemry dehorn Monday were C.E. Hadley ..." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 23 Feb. 1934, "South Side ... C.E. Hadley called at the Tom Williamson home Monday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 2 Mar. 1934, "South Side. Mrs. Cecila Davis and son and her sister, Mrs. Edith Bomgardner and daughter of Yampa were dinner guests at the Hadley home Sunday. ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and daughters were dinner guests at the McKinney home Wednesday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 23 Mar. 1934, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. George Kemry spent Sunday afternoon at the McKinney home. ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. McKinney and family were dinner guests at the Hadley home Tuesday. Stanley Bryan called in the afternoon." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 30 Mar. 1934, "South Side. Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and daughters were Sunday dinner guests at the John Cheek home." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 6 Apr. 1934, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and daughters were dinner guests at the C.E. McKinney home Sunday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 13 Apr. 1934, "Local News ... The Hadley and the Cheek families were in from the South Side Saturday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 27 Apr. 1934, "Middle Elk ... (Last Week) ... Mrs. Hadley and two daughters, Edna and Ella were visitors at Belton's Sunday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 11 May 1934, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. Ray Johnson were dinner guests at the C.E. Hadley home Friday. ... C.E. Hadley moved his cattle to the north side Sunday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 18 May 1934, "South Side. Among the South Side people in town Saturday were C.E. Hadley and family ..." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 25 May 1934, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. Hadley and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson were Sunday dinner guests at the Ray Johnson home." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 8 June 1934, "The Hadley and Cheek families of the South Side were in town Saturday. ... South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. Tug Dale had dinner at Hadley's Friday. ... Steamboat visitors Friday were ... C.E. Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 13 July 1934, "South Side ... C.E. Hadley was a Steamboat visitor Monday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 21 Sep. 1934, "25 Years Ago ... The Clarence Hadley family returned from Nebraska." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 28 Sep. 1934, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and girls called on the Claud Carpenters in Yellowjacket this last Sunday. ... Johnsons and Stankos with Chester Dunckley had dinner at the C.E. Hadley home Friday. Stanko and Hadley branded. ... C.E. Hadley and George Pollo got seed wheat from Elk mountain Monday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 12 Oct. 1934, "For Sale - Entire farm equipment and stock, purchaser to lease 360-acre ranch. C.E. Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 19 Oct. 1934, "South Side ... Friday the children of the South Side school and their teacher arranged a microphone and broadcasted a Columbus Day program. Listeners in were Mrs. Anna Price, Mrs. C.E. Hadley, Edna and Ella Hadley, Mrs. Kemry and Mrs. Cheek." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 23 Nov. 1934, "Local News ... Mr. and Mrs. Hadley and daughters of the South Side were in town Saturday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 30 Nov. 1934, "South Side. ... Mr. Stanko and Mr. Hadley attended the Old Age Pension meeting Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Johnson called on C.E. Hadley Friday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 28 Dec. 1934, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley called at the Ray Johnson home Tuesday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 18 Jan. 1935, "Eddy District ... Mr. and Mrs. Hadley of South Side got a load of coal at the Chergo mine Thursday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 1 Feb. 1935, "South Side ... C.E. Hadley, Henry Kumke, Peter Stanko Sr., George Pollo, Bill Price and John Cheek were in town Monday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 15 Feb. 1935, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and daughters visited with Stanko's Thursday evening." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 22 Feb. 1935, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. Fernon Kumke spent Monday and Tuesday at Hadley's." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 1 Mar. 1935, "South Side. ... C.E. Hadley butchered Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Fernon Kumke were at Hadley's Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Johnson called on Hadley's Thursday. ... Mr. Mosely, Mr. Hadley and Fernon Kumke were in town Monday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 8 Mar. 1935, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. Ray Johnson called at Hadley's Monday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 5 Apr. 1935, "South Side ... C.E. Hadley and George Kemry dehorned cattle Thursday. Mr. Hadley, Peter Stanko, Sr., Chester Dunckley, Mr. and Mrs. Cheek and Hampton Mosely had dinner at Kemry's that day." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 26 Apr. 1935, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. Bill Price and Walter were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 10 May 1935, "South Side ... Miss Natalie Willett was an over night guest at the C.E. Hadley home one night last week." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 7 June 1935, "South Side ... John Cochran was at C.E. Hadley's one day last week for seed grain." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 12 July 1935, "On the Square ... Sam Hadley, early day resident of Elk river, but now working for DeBerard in Middle park, was here for the celebration and was busy greeting old friends. In talking about olden times and the cowmen of other days he said Jack Ellis of Elk river in his prime was the fastest man with a rope and as good a cowman as he has ever known. Also Jack could ride 'em straight up, no matter how they bucked and was often in rough riding contests in Steamboat Springs and elsewhere. Sam is a brother of Clarence Hadley of Steamboat Springs." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 12 July 1935, "South Side. ... Sam Hadley of Middle park visited C.E. Hadley and family last week. ... The McKinneys were at Hadley's Sunday. ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley called at Ray Johnson's Tuesday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 2 Aug. 1935, "Middle Elk. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hadley and daughters were callers at the B.T. Kinney home Sunday afternoon. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. H. Hoskinson and sons of Milner, accompanied by Mrs. Lillie Etzler. ... South Side (Last Week) The South Side Residents had a picnic in Hadley's grove Sunday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 2 Aug. 1935, "Win Prizes At Drawing Saturday. A great deal of interest was manifested in the drawing held at Wilson's Red and White store Saturday on the occasion of their Mid-Summer sale. Hourly drawings were held as well as a final drawing at 5 o'clock. Flour and coffee were the main prizes with special prizes given at various times during the day. The only requisite for winning a prize was that the person be in the store at the time their name was drawn. ... were also fortunate enough to win extra prizes at the drawing as well as Mrs. C.E. Hadley ..." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 9 Aug. 1935, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. Evart McFadden and family of Hahns Peak were at the Clarence Hadley home last week for dinner." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 16 Aug. 1935, "South Side ... Mrs. John Cheek, Alice and George were dinner guests at C.E. Hadley's Saturday. Mr. Cheek and the boys were haying there. ... C.E. Hadley is enjoying a visit from two brothers." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 20 Sep. 1935, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. Ray Johnson called on the C.E. Hadley family Wednesday evening." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 11 Oct. 1935, "South Side ... (Last Week) ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family went to the Townsend meeting in Hayden last week." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 1 Nov. 1935, "Milner ... Mr. and Mrs. H.H. Hoskinson are staying at the Hadley ranch while the Hadleys are on a month's vacation visiting relatives." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 8 Nov. 1935, "South Side. Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and daughters left last week for British Columbia to visit Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Hughes and children. Mrs. Hughes was formerly Dolly Hadley. Mr. and Mrs. H.H. Hoskinson of Milner are staying at the ranch for the month." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 15 Nov. 1935, "South Side. Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley returned from a visit in Canada Sunday morning. ... John Pollo Sr. and George Pollo, C.E. Hadley and George Kemry were Steamboat visitors Tuesday. ... Milner ... Mr. and Mrs. H.H. Hoskison returned home after being at the Hadley ranch for the past two weeks." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 29 Nov. 1935, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. Hadley and daughters attended the turkey shoot at Ben Savage's Sunday. ... For Sale - R.I.R. hens and pullets. Mrs. C.E. Hadley." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 10 Jan. 1936, "South Side ... The C.B. McKinney family spent Friday visiting at the C.E. Hadley home. ... Mr. and Mrs. Hadley were at Jim Courtney's for dinner Christmas. ... Hadleys were dinner guests at the Bill Price home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hadley attended the program at Elk Mountain Grange hall Tuesday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 17 Jan. 1936, "South Side ... Mrs. Shaw was a dinner guest at Hadley's Sunday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 31 Jan. 1936, "South Side ... (Last Week) ... Mr. and Mrs. Bill Price and family were Sunday dinner guests of the C.E. Hadley's." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 21 Feb. 1936, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. Bill Price and children had dinner at Hadley's Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley called at Ray Johnson's Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley ... were in town Saturday. ... South Side School Notes. We were hoping for and expecting a community valentine party last Friday afternoon. We had prepared a combination Lincoln day and valentine program, and had the school room decorated with flags, hearts and pictures. George and Alice Cheek came in the morning and until 2:30 p.m. we were afraid there would be no party. However, along came Walter Price and Mrs. Hadley, Edna and Ella Hadley. We distributed the valentines and played games, then had red punch, heart trimmed cake and cookies and candy. We had a good time but wished for the rest of the invited guests. The Kemry family planned to make one trip to the school house do for the whole family so they started toward the school house at about one o'clock but had to turn around and go back home. Edna and Ella Hadley and Walter Price won the four prizes. Walter Price and Harriett Kemry can not get thru the drifts to school this week. The snow is piled nearly over the lower sashes of the east windows. We cannot see out ..." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 6 Mar. 1936, "South Side. Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Price and H. Kumke visited at Fernon Kumke's while the men ground grain." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 3 Apr. 1936, "South Side ... The Ray Johnson family and Mrs. Shaw had dinner at Hadley's Sunday. ... New twin calves, Joan and Joe, are cavorting in Hadley's barnyard." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 17 Apr. 1936, "South Side ... Mrs. Hadley and Mrs. Shaw visited Mrs. William Price at the hospital Saturday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 24 Apr. 1936, "South Side ... Mrs. Ray Johnson called at the C.E. Hadley home Tuesday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 1 May 1936, "South Side. Mrs. Hadley, Ella and Edna, Mrs. Coin, Mrs. Cheek, Mrs. Shaw called at the hospital in Steamboat Springs Saturday to see Mrs. Price." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 5 June 1936, "South Side. Sam Hadley is visiting his brother, C.E. Hadley." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 3 July 1936, "South Side ... C.L. Hadley, H. Kumke, Floyd Whitehead and Arvis Kumke went to Craig Friday to the dentist. Mrs. Hadley, Edna and Ella, and Bobbie McCombs called at the Ray Johnson home Friday. ... Hadleys, Johnson, Jimmy Benham and Bobbie McCombs spent Sunday picnicking at Hahns Peak." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 17 July 1936, "South Side ... Bill Price and C.E. Hadley were callers in town Wednesday afternoon. ... Ray Johnson was at Hadley's Monday. Other callers that day were Eunice Kemry, George and Alice Cheek. ... For Sale - 1 Adriance binder, 6 ft.; 1 P.&O. sulky plow, complete; 1 3½-in. wagon running gear; 70 acres pasture, plenty water and shale; also oats. C.E. Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 24 July 1936, "South Side. Will Hadley and Mr. McConnell from Cheyenne, Wyo. and Charles Hadley from Sidney, Neb. are visiting at the C.E. Hadley home. Charles Hadley is spending the summer here for his health. The three men, Will, Charles and Clarence, are brothers." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 31 July 1936, "South Side ... Miss Opal Barber is visiting at the C.E. Hadley home." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 13 Aug. 1936, "South Side. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mitchell of Lisco, Nebr, spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and family. Mrs. Mitchell and Mrs. Hadley are sisters. ... Mr. and Mrs. E.T. Woolery and son, Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Voelker and daughter, Glenda, and Jewel Nicol of Morten, Wyo., spent a few days at Dream Island last week and visited friends and relatives in and around Steamboat Springs. They spent Thursday at George Kemry's. In the afternoon Mrs. Woolery, Mrs. Voelker and Glenda, Mrs. Kemry, Eunice and Harriett called at Hadley's. The Woolerys formerly lived here. Mrs. Voelker was Esther Woolery." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 20 Aug. 1936, "South Side ... Fernon Kumke, Bill Price, C.E. Hadley and Mr. Stanko are cutting fall wheat." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 10 Sep. 1936, "South Side. Mr. and Mrs. McCombs and two children of Denver, Colo., spent from Tuesday until Sunday morning at the home of C.E. Hadley. they came to take their son, Bobby, home. Mr. McCombs is a brother of Mrs. Hadley. ... Mrs. C.E. Hadley, Edna and Ella, Mrs. McCombs and children spent Thursday at the C.E. McKinney home. Bobby McCombs stayed all night with Charles McKinney. ... Mrs. Jewell Rhodes of Mt. Harris was a caller at the C.E. Hadley home Friday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 8 Oct. 1936, "South Side ... Mrs. C.E. Hadley and daughters, Edna and Ella called on Mrs. Ray Johnson Wednesday afternoon." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 12 Nov. 1936, "South Side ... C.E. Hadley had a new tin roof put on his house." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 19 Nov. 1936, "South Side. Mrs. John Rayburn spent Friday at the C.E. Hadley home. ... Mr. and Mrs. Ed Baker and daughter, Mary Louise, were Sunday callers at Clarence Hadley's." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 26 Nov. 1936, "South Side. Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley, Edna and Ella, Mr. and Mrs. Fernon Kumke, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Price and two sons spent Sunday afternoon at the George Stonebrink home." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 31 Dec. 1936, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. Bill Price and son Donald Lee and Chester Dunckley had Christmas dinner at the C.E. Hadley home. ... C.E. Hadley and family, Chester Dunckley, Arvis and Velda Kumke and Floyd Whitehead attended the dance at the Cow Creek schoolhouse Saturday night. ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley were callers at the John Cheek home Wednesday afternoon." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 11 Feb. 1937, "South Side ... Those who enjoyed the fine turkey dinner at the George Kemry home Sunday were Miss Alice Willey, Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and daughters, Edna and Ella, Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Cheek and family. ... Those who were in town Saturday from South Side were ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 18 Feb. 1937, "South Side ... Bill Price and C.E. Hadley and Ray Johnson were callers in town Tuesday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 4 Mar. 1937, "South Side ... Ray Johnson, C.E. Hadley and H.F. Kumke were business callers in town Thursday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 11 Mar. 1937, "South Side ... C.E. Hadley, Peter Stanko Sr. and G.L. Kemry dehorned cattle Monday and Tuesday afternoon." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 25 Mar. 1937, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. H.F. Kumke and family and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Whited spent Sunday at the C.E. Hadley home." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 8 Apr. 1937, "South Side ... Those who were in town Monday from South Side were ... C.E. Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 15 Apr. 1937, "South Side ... Those who attended the Spencer sale from South Side were ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 29 Apr. 1937, "For Sale - 360 acres land, farm equipment and 50 head cattle. C.E. Hadley, Steamboat Springs." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 6 May 1937, "For Sale - 360 acres land, farm equipment and 50 head cattle. C.E. Hadley, Steamboat Springs." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 3 June 1937, "South Side. Mr. and Mrs. Baker spent a week visiting at the C.E. Hadley home. ... Alice Cheek was a caller at the C.E. Hadley home Tuesday afternoon." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 17 June 1937, "South Side ... Mrs. C.E. Hadley was expecting her brother and family in Monday from Denver to spend a few days with her and family." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 24 June 1937, "South Side ... Sam Hadley of North Park spent from Monday until Saturday with his brother, C.E. Hadley, and family." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 1 July 1937, "South Side. Mr. and Mrs. C.E. McKinney and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Woodcock and family were dinner guests at the C.E. Hadley home Sunday. ... Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Cheek and family were visitors at the C.E. Hadley home Sunday afternoon." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 29 July 1937, "South Side ... C.E. Hadley started making hay Monday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 5 Aug. 1937, "South Side ... Eunice Kemry and Alice Cheek were callers Tuesday afternoon at the C.E. Hadley home." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 19 Aug. 1937, "South Side ... C.E. Hadley was sick the first of the week. ... Mr. and Mrs. Ed Baker was at the C.E. Hadley home Monday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 7 Oct. 1937, "Local News of the Week ... Clarence Hadley left on Wednesday night's bus for a visit in Loveland, Colo. ... South Side. ... Mrs. Sam Hadley of Loveland, Colo., and Mrs. Beedy Root of Denver visited Sunday and Monday at the C.E. Hadley home. Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley ... attended the Becker sale Tuesday. ... Ella Hadley was on the sick list Tuesday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 18 Nov. 1937, "Public Sale. I Will Sell at Public Auction 5 Miles West of Steamboat Springs on the Twentymile Park Road, on Tuesday, Nov. 23 Beginning at 10 A.M. 38 Head of Cattle ... 6 Head of Horses ... 250 bu. Good Oats. 250 bu. Wheat. 150 Chickens, Rhode Island Red. 22 Turkeys. 350 lbs. Flour. 68 tons of Hay. Machinery ... Household Goods ... Free Lunch at Noon. Terms: $25 or under, Cash; 6 months' time will be given on bankable note. If time is desired make arrangements with clerk before sale. All purchases must be settled for before being moved. Clarence Hadley, Owner. Geo. Wren, Auct. R.H. Hubbard, Clerk." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 2 Dec. 1937, "Fly Gulch. P.A. Clark, Joe Janacek, J.P. Johnson, Frank Trull, Murl Carver, Mr. and Mrs. F.N. May, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dorr Jr. and baby and Denny Cullen attended the Hadley sale Tuesday. ... South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and daughters are leaving for Oregon soon." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 16 Dec. 1937, "South Side. A surprise party was given Saturday evening, Dec. 11, for Mr. and Mrs. Ross Stewart and family at their home on the Clarence Hadley ranch." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 4 Aug. 1938, "South Side (Last Week) Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and daughter are here from Oregon looking after their ranch." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 11 Aug. 1938, "Local News ... The Clarence Hadley family, former residents of the South Side, are here from Oregon. They are camping on Fish creek. Since leaving here more than a year ago they have traveled in different places, but have not yet decided where they will locate. Ross Stewart is leasing their ranch." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 30 Mar. 1939, "Local News ... The Hadley family arrived from Oregon several days ago. They are planning to go back to their ranch on the South Side which has been leased by Ross Stewart." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 6 Apr. 1939, "South Side ... C.E. Hadley moved back to his ranch Wednesday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 20 Apr. 1939, "Wanted - Shorthorn milk cows. Clarence Hadley, Steamboat." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 11 May 1939, "South Side. Alice Willey was a Thursday night supper guest at the C.E. Hadley home. ... Mrs. C.E. Hadley and Ella called on Mrs. Lee Harsh Tuesday afternoon." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 13 July 1939, "South Side ... Messrs. Hadley, Kumke, Harsh, Whited and Jackson worked on the irrigation ditch Monday and Tuesday and have it in good shape." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 27 July 1939, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. Lee Harsh and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Cheek and family and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hadley and family joined some friends from Sidney and Phippsburg at Pine Grove schoolhouse for a picnic dinner Sunday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 14 Sep. 1939, "South Side ... Mrs. John Cheek and Alice spent Sunday afternoon visiting with Mrs. C.E. Hadley." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 21 Sep. 1939, "South Side ... Mrs. Hank Kumke, Velda Whited and Celesta Reasnor called on Mrs. C.E. Hadley Sunday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 28 Sep. 1939, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. Trullinger of Hahns Peak called at the C.E. Hadley home Thursday. ... For sale or rent for cash. 360-a. ranch, 300 in pasture, 100 tons hay. C.E. Hadley, Steamboat." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 12 Oct. 1939, "Eddy District ... Harry Clay and son moved their combine to the Hadley place on South Side Thursday afternoon where they combined grain for the Yoast brothers." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 26 Oct. 1939, "Sidney ... Mr. and Mrs. Hadley and daughter of South Side and Mr. and Mrs. McKinney and Charles, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Woodcock." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 14 Dec. 1939, "South Side. Mrs. C.E. Hadley visited at the John Cheek home Friday afternoon." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 4 Jan. 1940, "South Side. ... Mr. and Mrs. Pete Stanko Jr. called at the C.E. Hadley home Monday evening." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 25 Jan. 1940, "South Side ... Edna Hadley spent Sunday with her home folks, Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and Ella." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 1 Feb. 1940, "FOR SALE - 100 tons hay 4½ miles from Steamboat. A good place to feed. C.E. Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 29 Feb. 1940, "South Side ... Mrs. Pete Stanko Jr., Mrs. Dodd and Mrs. Ina Shorthose called on Mrs. Hadley Friday afternoon." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • Apr. 1940, res. Twp. 6-7, Range 84-85, Clarence Hadley 67 farmer IA, Oral 59 IA, Ella 24 asst housework CO [USA, 1940 Census, Colorado, Routt County]
  • 30 May 1940, "South Side Club Made Footstools. The South Side home demonstration club met Monday with Mrs. John Cheek. There were six members present. Visitors were Mrs. Hadley, Ella Hadley, Mrs. Charles Eckstine and baby, Alice Cheek and Thelma Jean Harsh. The club completed three footstools. Alex Chura received one of them because he drew the lucky number in the raffle. The club appreciates the cooperation of those who bought numbers." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 14 Nov. 1940, "FOR SALE - 190 tons hay, good place to feed, 4 miles west of Steamboat on Twentymile road. Clarence Hadley." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 14 Nov. 1940, "Delinquent Tax List. Wherever there is a prior sale against the land for which the County holds the Tax Sale Certificate, the land is not advertised, but entered as a subsequent on prior Certificate. In cases of this kind the land will not be shown in this list. Routt County, Colorado for the Year 1939 ... Public Notice is hereby given that I will, according to law, offer at Public sale, at the office of the Treasurer of the County of Routt and State of Colorado, on Monday, the 9th Day of December, 1940 and succeeding days, commencing at the hour of 10 o'clock a.m. of said day, so much of the following described real estate, situate in said county, on which taxes for the year 1939, and prior years have not been paid, as shall be necessary to pay said taxes, interest and penalty, hereinbelow set down, to-wit: ... Hadley, C.E., S½ SW¼ 3, E½ SE¼ 4, NE¼ NE¼ 9, NW¼ 10, [town] 6, [range] 85, acres 347], valuation [2960], [tax] 67.34, [tax, penalties and interest] 72.08" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 5 Dec. 1940, "Delinquent Tax List. Wherever there is a prior sale against the land for which the County holds the Tax Sale Certificate, the land is not advertised, but entered as a subsequent on prior Certificate. In cases of this kind the land will not be shown in this list. Routt County, Colorado for the Year 1939 ... Public Notice is hereby given that I will, according to law, offer at Public sale, at the office of the Treasurer of the County of Routt and State of Colorado, on Monday, the 9th Day of December, 1940 and succeeding days, commencing at the hour of 10 o'clock a.m. of said day, so much of the following described real estate, situate in said county, on which taxes for the year 1939, and prior years have not been paid, as shall be necessary to pay said taxes, interest and penalty, hereinbelow set down, to-wit: ... Hadley, C.E., S½ SW¼ 3, E½ SE¼ 4, NE¼ NE¼ 9, NW¼ 10, [town] 6, [range] 85, acres 347], valuation [2960], [tax] 67.34, [tax, penalties and interest] 72.08" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 12 Dec. 1940, "Local News of the Week ... Mr. and Mrs. Louis Summer and Evelyn Blank visited on the South Side Sunday with the C.E. Hadley family." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 29 May 1941, "Real Estate Deal Closed in Routt County. Harry Thompson just completed the purchase of a part of the Thame ranch on Twenty Mile. He has purchased three hundred twenty acres which is an addition to his present holdings in the same district. Marvin Brown has bought the Anna Olsen residence in Hayden. George Pollo has purchased one hundred twenty acres from the Clarence Hadley place south of Steamboat Springs." [Colorado, Oak Creek, Oak Creek Times]
  • 26 June 1941, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hadley and daughter, Ella. ... The Mesa. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hadley of the South Side were calling on the Mesa last Monday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 30 Apr. 1942, "Twentymile ... Billy Appel would have had to make two trips to Denver last week, one with the truck for a large grain drill, and the other in the car to bring home his wife and infant daughter. William Stender also had to make a trip so they planned it together and Mr. Stender drove the Appel car. They left Monday and arrived home 2 a.m. Thursday. They were in the beginning of the storm that has lasted a week and when they reached South Side Billy's mired near the Hadley place so he came home in the car. Billy pulled the truck home next day with a tractor. William Stender accompanied his father on the trip. Mrs. Appel and the twelve-day-old baby stood the trip fine." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 16 July 1942, "Hahns Peak. ... Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Bedell and Mrs. Charles Bedell and son spent Sunday at the Clarence Hadley home on South Side. They went down Deep creek to Mt.. Harris and back by Steamboat Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Bedell brought their grandsons Dick, Bobbie and Junior, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Orval Bedell of Clark, home with them." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 27 Aug. 1942, "FOR SALE - 225 Rhode Island Reds, mostly young. Clarence Hadley." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 3 Sep. 1942, "Local News. ... Abstracts are being examined and other details perfected whereby W.E. Bedell, formerly of Hahns Peak, will become the owner of the Clarence Hadley ranch on South Side." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 10 Sep. 1942, "Hahns Peak. W.E. Bedell has bought the Clarence Hadley place on South Side, six miles from Steamboat Springs. His son, Charles Bedell, and family are moving there this week and will be in charge of the place. Mr. Bedell sold his ranches here and cattle to the Cow Creek Sheep Company. The Bedells have lived here more than 20 years and their many friends regret losing them as neighbors but wish them success in their new location." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 17 Sep. 1942, "FOR SALE - 1 team work horses and harness, 1 saddle mare. C.E. Hadley, phone 141-M." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 22 Oct. 1942, "Local News. ... Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hadley and family, who recently sold their ranch on the South Side, left the first of the week for Stanfield, Oregon, where they will visit their daughter, Mrs. M.W. Hughes, and family, probably staying all winter." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 22 Apr. 1943, "Local News of the Week. ... W.E. Bedell comes from Hayden to assist his son, Charles Bedell, in farm work on the Clarence Hadley ranch on South Side, which the Bedells purchased last fall." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 26 Aug. 1943, "Public Sale. Four Miles West of Steamboat Springs, on South Side Road, known as Hadley Ranch, Wednesday, Sept. 1. Sale Starts at 1 P.M. Sharp. Horses ... Cattle ... Machinery ... Household Goods ... Chas. E. Bedell, Owner. Si Lockhart, Auctioneer. Bryan Cruse, Clerk." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 1946, "Stanfield Rural Routes ... Hadley Clarence E RD1 box 63" [Oregon, Pendleton, Polk's Pendleton City and Umatilla County City Directory]
  • 5 June 1947, "Misses Edna and Ella Hadley, former residents of the Steamboat community and graduates of the Steamboat high school, will graduate from the Northwestern Christian college at Eugene, Oregon, on June 10. The Clarence Hadley family lived here for many years on a ranch on the South Side and are now living at Stanfield, Oregon." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 20 July 1950, "Local News ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and two daughters of Stanfield, Ore., are renewing acquaintances in Steamboat Springs this week. The Hadley family are old time residents of Steamboat Springs but have lived in Oregon the past eight years." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 27 July 1950, "Mesa ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and daughters, Edna and Ella, spent Thursday with the Kemrys." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 28 May 1953, "New Resort and Lodge Planned for Steamboat. Meadow Lake resort is the name of a new ski lodge and summer resort that is being planned for construction in the Steamboat area. J.O. Ireland, owner of the property five miles west of Steamboat known as the 'old Hadley place' has entered into an agreement to sell this piece of land. The agreement was made with Marvin, Merritt, Patricia and Juanita Mesch. This property extends on both sides of Highway 40. Future building plans call for construction of a lodge and trout rearing ponds. The sale agreement was filed at the county clerk's office May 21. Marvin and Merritt Mesch have been in Steamboat taking care of the property transaction." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 15 Oct. 1953, "Main Lodge at Meadow Lake to Open in Spring. Work is progressing on the new Meadow Lake resort and lodge five miles west of Steamboat. The main building or lodge will be open next spring while four of the six cabin units are open to hunters at this time. Owned by Merrit and Marvin Mesch, brothers, the resort will serve meals on the American plan next spring at which time the lounge and dining room will be completed. The main building also will have seven bedrooms upstairs and two on the main floor along with two motel-type courts on the front end of the building. This structure will be finished in clear-stained log siding and has a huge fireplace. Over 600 pounds of Rainbow trout have been stocked in the private lake this fall and these range from eight to 17 inches in length. The Meschs also have rearing ponds at the resort from which they plan to stock the lake. The Yampa river, flowing behind the resort, will be open to all fishermen, the brothers said. Construction on this sportsmen's lodge began early last summer and next year it is planned to have the main lodge open for skiers during the winter months. The Meschs purchased the north 80 acres of the old Hadley place formerly owned by Joe Ireland." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 1 Nov. 1953, Orl Edna Hadley died at Central Memorial Hospital, Toppenish, coronary thrombosis, res. Rt. 1, Stanfield, Oregon, b. 1 May 1880 in Shelby Co., Iowa, married, housewife, parents Zebulon McCombs & Mary Ledwith, informant Clarence Hadley, buried 11/5/1953 at Echo Cemetery, Echo, Oregon [Washington, Death Registrations]
  • 12 Nov. 1953, "Mrs. Hadley Died At Oregon Home. Mrs. Clarence Hadley, for many years a resident of Routt county, died Nov. 1 at her home in Hermiston, Oregon. Funeral services were held there last Thursday. Mrs. Hadley had been ill but a short time." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 19 Nov. 1953, "Funeral Services for Mrs. Hadley. Funeral services for Mrs. Arl McCombs Hadley were held Nov. 5 at the chapel in Toppenish, Wash., and the Christian Church in Hermiston, Ore. Burial was in the Edho, Oregon, cemetery. Mrs. Hadley, for many years a resident of Routt county, died in the Central Memorial hospital in Toppenish on Nov. 1 following a heart attack. Arl McCombs was born in Shelby county, Mo., May 1, 1880. In 1888 she moved to western Nebraska with her parents. Her father had a preemption claim near Court House Rock on the old Oregon trail. Later the family moved to Sidney, Neb., and she lived there until her marriage to Clarence E. Hadley Sept. 20, 1898, in the Sheridan hotel in Steamboat Springs. Clarence Hadley came to Steamboat Springs in June of that year and his bride came to meet him in Steamboat. She made the trip to Wolcott by train and from there to Steamboat by stage coach. She brought her baby brother with her on the trip. He followed here in death on Nov. 10 at Corvallis, Oregon. Mr. Hadley worked at the stage station at Moon Hill and it was there they made their first home. Later they homesteaded west of Steamboat on the Hahns Peak road. In the early '20s they bought the old Sampson place on the South Side where they lived until Aug. 1942. Since then they lived near Stanfield, Ore. Arl Hadley is survived by her husband, their daughters, Dollie Hughes, Stanfield, Ore.; Ella Hadley and Edna Hadley, both of Toppenish, Wash., four grandchildren and one great-granddaughter. She was preceded in death by three children. Clarence Hadley plans to make his home with Ella and Edna Hadley for the present." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 10 June 1954, "New Meadow Lake Ranch West of Steamboat Springs to Open Soon. Plan to Serve Meals on Reservation Basis. A new semi-dude ranch west of Steamboat Springs will open its doors officially later this month as finishing touches are completed. The attractive Meadow Lake Resort-Ranch, five miles west on Highway 40, plans to serve meals to townspeople as well as its out-of-town guests. Construction is completed on a two story 90x36-ft. main lodge that includes two wings. It is of log siding exterior with knotty pine interior finishes and boasts a large combination dining room and lounge, kitchen, utility room and seven bedrooms on the second floor. The entire set-up, located on the old Hadley place that was purchased from Joe Ireland, can accommodate 40 to 50 people, Marvin Mesch, owner said. ...", with picture [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 19 Aug. 1954, "Two Ranches in County are Sold. Two Routt county ranches changed hands during the last week. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Brandhorst and sons, Robert and Jack, of Littleton, purchased the Tom Albright ranch west of town and took immediate possession. The Joe Ireland ranch, the former Hadley place on the South Side, was sold to Harry Ellis of Arvada. Mr. Ellis will continue to rent it to John Baalhorn and Raymond Gray. Both of the ranch sales were handled by Si Lockhart." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 30 Aug. 1956, "Myron Nelsons Sell Ranch to Former Residents. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Nelson have sold their ranch in the Elk river community to Mr. and Mrs. James Leonard Campbell. The Nelsons left Sunday for a vacation trip to California and will then make their home in Denver. The Campbells have been gone from Routt County for some years but they at one time owned the old Hadley place at Southside. They now have moved to the Nelson ranch which the Nelsons owned for the past several years." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 1 Dec. 1956, Clarence E. Hadley died at Central Memorial Hospital, Toppenish, carcinoma of stomach, res. 3 miles west of Toppenish, McKinley Market, b. 9/15/1872 at Mt. Ayre, Iowa, widowed, farmer, parents James Hadley & Mary Barley, informant daughter Edna Hadley of Toppenish, buried 12/4/1956 at Echo Cemetery, Hermiston, Oregon [Washington, Death Registrations]
  • 6 Dec. 1956, "Clarence Hadley Died On Dec. 2. Clarence E. Hadley, long time resident of Routt county, died December 2 at Toppemish, Wash., where he had been living in recent years. Mr. Hadley had a ranch on the South Side for many years and he was widely known in this area. Since the death of his wife he had been living with his two daughters, Edna and Ella Hadley at Toppemish." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 13 Dec. 1956, "Clarence Hadley County Pioneer. Clarence E. Hadley, who died early this month at Toppenish, Wash., after a prolonged illness, was a pioneer in Routt county. He came to Steamboat in June, 1898, and resided here until the fall of 1942 when the family moved to oregon. When Mr. Hadley first came here he was employed by D.W. Whipple at the stage station at Moon Hill. He spent several years freighting before the railroad came. He homesteaded in the Slate Creek district west of town and later bought a ranch on the South Side, where the family lived for many years. Mr. Hadley was born Sept. 15, 1872, at Mt. Ayre, Iowa, but his family moved to Nebraska when he was small. His wife preceded him in death by three years and a month. He is survived by three daughters, Mrs. M.W. Hughes of Stanfield, Ore., and Edna and Ella Hadley of McKinley Indian Mission, Toppenish, Wash. He had made his home at Toppenish with his daughters since the death of his wife." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 1956, "Hadley, Orl Edna 1880-1953, Clarence E. 1872-1956" [Oregon, Echo, Echo Cemetery, Inscriptions]
  • 28 Mar. 1957, "Children of Four Families Study Three R's at South Side. One of nine country schools still operating in Routt county is at South Side four miles west of Steamboat Springs. In a comfortable, single-room building nine children of four farm families study their three R's. Attendance is good at the white frame building that has a teacherage a few yards distant and if wintry roads are too much of a chore for their busy parents to take them the younsters ride to school on horseback or go on skis. Some live close enough to walk. ... The present South Side school was built in 1912. Prior to that time classes were held in a farm house across the road from the Stanko ranch. A family lived in this early building and one room was used for a school, but it later burned down. Peter Stanko Sr. organized the South Side District 16 and served on the school board for more than 20 years. C.E. Hadley was another early-day member of the board. Twenty girls and boys attended the school when the district was first organized. ... The school recently was criticized as hold-out in a Denver newspaper story on school district reorganization. South Side still operates its own school altho it is completely surrounded by District 4 of Steamboat Springs." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 11 Mar. 2008, "Salem, OR. - Ella Ruby Hadley, 92 of Salem, Oregon went to be with the Lord on Sunday March 8, 2008. Ella was born February 27, 1916 in Steamboat Springs, Colorado to Clarence and Oral Hadley. She graduated from Northwest Christian College in Eugene, Oregon. In 1950 Ella joined her Sister Edna at the McKinley Indian Mission and worked as a Missionary for over 40 years. Ella loved driving 'Shasta' all over the reservation transporting Indian kids, parents and elders to the Mission to teach Bible stories and share the love of Jesus. Ella is survived by two nephews, Clarence Hughes of Standfield, OR and Clyde Hughes of Rigby, ID; two nieces, Eunice Falk of Woodburn, Or; and Muriel Porter of Standfield, OR; adopted children, Linda Pratt of Toppenish, Wa; Reggie Hadley of Beverly, MA; Rita Mendoza and Don Miller both of Toppenish, WA; and many others over the years." [Washington, Yakima, Yakima Herald-Republic]
Edna Belle Hadley (1914-2004), and sister Ruby Ella Hadley (1916-2008)
  • 21 Jan. 1920, res. Hillsdale Twp., Pct. 1, Clarence Hadley 47 farmer IA, Orl 39 IA, Dolley M 16 CO, Edna 5 CO, Ella 3 CO [USA, 1920 Census, Wyoming, Laramie County]
  • 17 Feb. 1922, "South Side. ... Ella Hadley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley, was badly scalded by hot water Tuesday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 2 Mar. 1923, "South Side. ... Miss Julia Pollo visited Saturday with the Misses Edna and Ella Hadley." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 13 Aug. 1924, "Middle Elk ... Miss Hadley and sister Edna of the South Side spent last week calling on friend on the river and with Miss Mildred McDermott of Salt creek." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 5 May 1926, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Hughes and Mr. and Mrs. Alva West and baby were Sunday dinner guests of C.E. Hadley and family, celebrating Ella Hadley's birthday anniversary. ... (Received too late for last week.) ... Edna Price, Mrs. Peter Stanko, Ella Hadley and Alice and Burnie Cheatham have been on the sick list." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 8 June 1928, "South Side. The South Side school closed Friday, May 25. Miss Mary N. Stephenson taught the term. A program was prepared for the parents and neighbors of the community and was enjoyed by all. Those graduating from the eighth grade were Edna Hadley, Edna Price and Jewell McKinney." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 21 Sep. 1928, "South Side ... Those attending high school from this district are Jewell McKinney, Edna Price, Edna Hadley, Esther Woolery, Helen Stanko and Peter Stanko." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 19 Oct. 1928, "South Side ... Misses Jewell McKinney and Edna Hadley spent the weekend with their parents." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 16 Nov. 1928, "South Side ... The Misses Esther Woolery, Edna Hadley and Ruth and Jewell McKinney spent the weekend at their respective homes." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 30 Nov. 1928, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Hughes and family called at the C.E. Hadley home Sunday and Miss Edna returned with them to attend high school. ... Those spending the weekend from high school were ... Edna Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 25 Jan. 1929, "South Side ... Misses Ruth and Jewell McKinney, Edna Price and Edna Hadley were week end visitors at their homes." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 8 Feb. 1929, "South Side ... Those who spent the week end at the home of their parents were ... Miss Edna Hadley ... They returned to Steamboat to go to high school Sunday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 8 Mar. 1929, "South Side ... Edna Hadley, Edna Price and Jewell McKinney spent the weekend at their home." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 5 Apr. 1929, "South Side. Lewis Kemry was the honored guest at a birthday party Saturday, celebrating his ninth birthday anniversary. Those present were ... Edna and Ella Hadley ... Refreshments were served, consisting of cake, ice cream, sandwiches and cocoa. Everybody reported a good time and are hoping that Lewis will give another party next year. ... The high school pupils who spent the weekend at their parents' homes were ... Edna Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 19 Apr. 1929, "South Side ... Those who spent the weekend at their homes from high school were Edna Hadley and Jewell McKinney." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 15 Nov. 1929, "South Side ... School visitors this week were Misses Esther Woolery, Edna Hadley and Edna Price. ... Misses Esther Woolery, Jewell McKinney, Edna Price and Edna Hadley have returned to their school duties in Steamboat after spending their vacation with home folks." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 22 Nov. 1929, "South Side ... South Side School ... Those neither absent nor tardy so far this year are ... Ella Hadley ... Each is trying for the prize offered to the pupil whose attendance record is best for the year. ... Perhaps the most interesting of this year's work is the pottery making which is being done by hand from clay. Those who have vases and bowls finished or nearly so are ... Ella Hadley ... As soon as enough are finished to make a shipment the pieces will be sent to Denver for firing and glazing. The younger children are modeling with oiled clay." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 20 Dec. 1929, "Honor Pupils. The honor roll pupils at the high school for the past six weeks' period are ... Edna Hadley ... South Side School. Those having a perfect attendance record for November were ... Ella Hadley ... Those maintaining a B average for the month were ... Ella Hadley ... A community Christmas play will be given at the school house Saturday evening, December 21. The play 'The Birds' Christmas Carol' by Kate Douglas Wiggin has been coached by Mrs. Seeley. The parts are being taken by members of the school and by the older young people of the community. They are: Mrs. Ruggles, mother of the Ruggles, Edna Hadley; the Ruggles family, Sarah Maud, Ella Hadley ... The following program will be given ... Act 3 ... song, 'It Came Upon the Midnight Clear,' Helen Stanko, Jewel McKinney, Edna Hadley, Esther Woolery" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 10 Jan. 1930, "South Side. ... C.E. Hadley and C.E. McKinney took the Misses Edna Hadley, Jewell McKinney and Esther Woolery to Steamboat Sunday. The girls resumed their school duties Monday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 7 Feb. 1930, "South Side. ... Those attending the surprise party on Billy Bowden Saturday night were ... Misses Edna and Ella Hadley ... A fine time was reported by all. ... Miss Ella Hadley was an over night guest of Edith McKinney Friday. ... South Side. School Notes. The B average pupils for January are ... Ella Hadley. ... Owing to the severe weather Ella Hadley is the only one having a perfect attendance record for the month." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 14 Feb. 1930, "Honor Pupils Have High Averages. Those on the honor roll are ... Edna Hadley ... In the sophomore class there were eleven high averages ... Edna Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 14 Feb. 1930, "South Side. Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and daughters Edna and Ella, Mrs. Seeley and daughter Billy were Sunday dinner guests at the Will Barker home." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 28 Feb. 1930, "South Side. Mr. and Mrs. Will Barber and family were Sunday dinner guests of the C.E. Hadley family. Miss Edna Hadley returned to town with them." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 2 May 1930, "South Side ... (Last Week) ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and daughters, Misses Edna and Ella, visited at the Will Barber home Sunday afternoon." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 30 May 1930, "Made High Grades in High School. ... Those who were on the honorable mention roll are ... Edna Hadley ... These pupils made grades with three A's and the rest B's." ... Sophomore class picture includes Edna Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 24 Oct. 1930, "School Notes ... High School ... The following are on the honor roll: ... Edna Hadley ... South Side. ... Misses Edna and Ella Hadley were home to spend the week end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 12 Dec. 1930, "School Notes ... High School ... Those on the honor roll last month were ... Edna Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 26 Dec. 1930, "South Side ... Misses Edna and Etta Hadley came home to spend Christmas vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 2 Jan. 1931, "Miss Edith McKinney called on Ella Hadley Tuesday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 23 Jan. 1931, "Miss Edna Hadley missed a few days of school on account of illness." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 30 Jan. 1931, "School Notes. ... High School ... The honor roll for the past six weeks contains the following names: ... Edna Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 13 Mar. 1931, "School Notes. High School. ... Those who received honorable mention were Edna Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 24 Apr. 1931, "Plans for Prom Are Under Way. The juniors are working hard on plans for their prom which is to be held in the Masonic hall on May 8. Anything concerning the details of the prom has not been divulged, and the plans for decoration and amusement are shrouded in deep mystery, but it is known that something new and interesting is being planned. The committees are as follows: ... Invitations ... Edna Hadley ... Honor Roll. ... Those receiving honorable mention are ... Edna Hadley ... School Notes ... Those who received Honorable mention are ... Edna Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 1 May 1931, "Junior Prom On Friday, May 8. Invitations have been sent out for the junior prom which occurs on Friday evening, May 8. The banquet will be served at the Masonic hall by the O.E.S. lodge at the request of the class. The dance will follow the banquet program. The committee on decorations has kept the plan a profound secret, and the guests will have a genuine surprise waiting for them. The parents of all high school students are invited to the hall whether they received individual invitations or not. The invitation committee tried to reach all the alumni who are known to be here. ... Members of the junior class have been divided into committees to arrange for the prom as follows: ... Invitations ... Edna Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 15 May 1931, "Junior Prom Held Amid Decorations of Rare Beauty. Pot of Gold at the End of the Rainbow Was Theme of Brilliant School Gathering at Masonic Hall Last Week. The pot of gold at the end of the rainbow - that was the great secret of the 1931 junior banquet and prom. The idea was carried out perfectly in the decorations at the Masonic hall, the programs, table decorations, and the menu. The ceiling of the hall was a vaulted canopy of blue and white with a huge rainbow in colors arching across the center length of the ceiling, with a mammoth pot of gold at one end and the island of dreams at the other. In the pot of gold was a platform for the musicians. Every electric light reflected the rainbow colors. In the banquet room were trellises covered with spring flowers in rainbow hues. On the tables which were set in the main hall were baskets of variegated hues holding bouquets of sweet peas. The nuts cups were dainty baskets ringed with rainbow colors. The programs had a different shad for each page. The decorative scheme was delicate and exquisite, a charming setting for the young girls romantically fascinating in their long, flouncy, fluffy gowns of rainbow colors. Quaintly old-fashioned they were, lacking only the stays, petticoats and powdered hair to have stepped out of a Colonial picture. The cover page of the program was green with gold lettering. Numbers on the program were hidden beneath allegorical names. ... The juniors who were hosts were ... Edna Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 29 May 1931, "The Juniors", picture including Edna Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 9 Oct. 1931, "The Steamboat Springs Schools ... Contributors ... Edna Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 23 Oct. 1931, "The Steamboat Springs Schools ... Contributors - Edna Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 6 Nov. 1931, "The Steamboat Springs Schools ... Contributors ... Edna Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 13 Nov. 1931, "The Steamboat Springs Schools ... Contributors ... Edna Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 20 Nov. 1931, "The Steamboat Springs Schools ... Contributors ... Edna Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 11 Dec. 1931, "Steamboat Springs Schools ... Contributors ... Edna Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 19 Feb. 1932, "South Side ... The Misses Edna and Ella Hadley spent the weekend at the ranch." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 29 Apr. 1932, "Committees for the Senior Play. ... Advertising ... Edna Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 6 May 1932, "Seniors Make High Scholastic Record. The students of the Steamboat Springs high school in the senior class who are in the list of the 10 receiving the highest average are as follows: ... [4th] Edna Hadley, 94.32 6-17" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 20 May 1932, "Beauty and Color at Successful Junior Prom. Annual School Event Featured by Banquet, Speeches and Dancing Friday Night. ... Members of the senior class who were the honor guests of the juniors are ... Edna Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 3 June 1932, "Class Day Exercises At Steamboat High School. ... Class History ... In the fall of that year [1928] a class of insignificant freshmen entered high school. Here we encountered the trials and committed the same blunders that many classes had before us and that innumerable ones will continue doing. The outstanding catastrophe of the year was the tug of war, part of our initiation, which ended in several of us being dragged through the pool. During our Freshman year we gained many new students. Those that are still with us are: Edna Hadley ... Class Will. We the class of 1932, being of sound mind do devise and bequeath as follows: ... Edna Hadley's braids go to Dorothy Chess." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 2 Sep. 1932, "Exhibits Won Praise of All. Show in Steamboat Last Week Brought Together Flowers, Vegetables and Needlework That Were of Rare Excellence. Visitors were more than delighted with the booth exhibits of the rural club women at the flower and vegetable show in Steamboat last week. The displays included jars of canned fruits, vegetables, meats, dried products, home made laundry and toilet soaps and soap chips, carded wool, home made cheese, samples of wall stippling, hand made rugs made from old material and some beautiful rugs made from new outing flannel, hand decorated vases and jardiniers, flowers, vegetables, framed pictures in black and white silhouette all done by hand, many articles of clothing, handy things for the home made from material on the premises. Each booth was in itself a small fair considering the variety of articles exhibited. And the best part of the display is that almost every piece is something utilized that would in many homes be wasted. ... Needlework ... Quilts ... D: Edna Hadley, first; Ella Hadley, second." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 3 Mar. 1933, "South Side ... Miss Ella Hadley was the guest of honor at a surprise birthday dinner given Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. C.E. McKinney and family and Miss Evelyn Summer." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 5 May 1933, "South Side ... Edna and Ella Hadley called on Jewell and Edith McKinney Wednesday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 22 Sep. 1933, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. Ray Johnson and Mary Jane and Edith McKinney called at the C.E. Hadley home Monday. Edna and Ella Hadley and Edith McKinney visited the school in the afternoon." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 29 Sep. 1933, "South Side ... Miss Edna Hadley was very ill a few days last week." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 13 Oct. 1933, "South Side. ... Mrs. Genevieve Hayes visited school Tuesday. Visitors that afternoon were Edna and Ella Hadley and Edith McKinney." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 10 Nov. 1933, "South Side ... Edna and Ella Hadley called at the Heath home Tuesday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 2 Feb. 1934, "South Side ... Edna and Ella Hadley called at the McKinney home Thursday afternoon." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 9 Feb. 1934, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. Bill Price and son spent Wednesday at the Fernon Kumke home. Callers that afternoon were Jewell and Edith McKinney, Edna and Ella Hadley, Luke Cannon and Chester Dunckley." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 23 Feb. 1934, "South Side ... Miss Edna and Ella Hadley visited at the McKinney home Sunday afternoon." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 9 Mar. 1934, "South Side ... Edna and Ella Hadley called at the McKinney home Thursday afternoon." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 6 Apr. 1934, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. Bill Price and son, Fernon Kumke and Ella Hadley called at the McKinney home Thursday afternoon." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 27 Apr. 1934, "Middle Elk ... (Last Week) ... Mrs. Hadley and two daughters, Edna and Ella were visitors at Belton's Sunday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 6 July 1934, "South Side ... Edna and Ella Hadley called on Aldo Male Friday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 28 Sep. 1934, "South Side ... Mr. Rayburn made a trip to Vernal Thursday and returned Saturday. Edna Hadley stayed with Mrs. Rayburn." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 19 Oct. 1934, "South Side ... Friday the children of the South Side school and their teacher arranged a microphone and broadcasted a Columbus Day program. Listeners in were Mrs. Anna Price, Mrs. C.E. Hadley, Edna and Ella Hadley, Mrs. Kemry and Mrs. Cheek." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 23 Nov. 1934, "South Side ... Edna and Ella Hadley visited school Monday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 18 Jan. 1935, "South Side ... Mrs. Male visited at Ray Johnson's Friday afternoon. Ella Hadley also visited at the Ray Johnson home friday afternoon and Saturday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 15 Feb. 1935, "South Side ... Mrs. Fernon Kumke called on Mrs. McKinney in town Friday. Edna and Ella Hadley also called Thursday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 22 Feb. 1935, "South Side ... A group of neighbors attended the valentine party given for them by Miss Willett at the school house. Those present were ... Misses Edna and Ella Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 11 Oct. 1935, "South Side ... Miss Edna Hadley helped Mrs. Rayburn cook for threshers." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 10 Jan. 1936, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. Bill Price and family and Edna and Ella Hadley were at the Mesa school Friday for the Christmas program Friday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 21 Feb. 1936, "South Side School Notes. We were hoping for and expecting a community valentine party last Friday afternoon. We had prepared a combination Lincoln day and valentine program, and had the school room decorated with flags, hearts and pictures. George and Alice Cheek came in the morning and until 2:30 p.m. we were afraid there would be no party. However, along came Walter Price and Mrs. Hadley, Edna and Ella Hadley. We distributed the valentines and played games, then had red punch, heart trimmed cake and cookies and candy. We had a good time but wished for the rest of the invited guests. The Kemry family planned to make one trip to the school house do for the whole family so they started toward the school house at about one o'clock but had to turn around and go back home. Edna and Ella Hadley and Walter Price won the four prizes. Walter Price and Harriett Kemry can not get thru the drifts to school this week. The snow is piled nearly over the lower sashes of the east windows. We cannot see out ..." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 6 Mar. 1936, "South Side ... School Notes. Last week we celebrated the birthdays of the beloved poet Longfellow, also of more recent dates, the birthday anniversary of Ella Hadley and Melba Lee Kumke. Thursday we made little gifts for Ella and Melba Lee. At the noon hour we skied to Hadley's and presented our 'Happy Birthday' surprise. We were treated to birthday cake." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 3 July 1936, "South Side ... Mrs. Hadley, Edna and Ella, and Bobbie McCombs called at the Ray Johnson home Friday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 10 Sep. 1936, "South Side. ... Mrs. C.E. Hadley, Edna and Ella, Mrs. McCombs and children spent Thursday at the C.E. McKinney home. Bobby McCombs stayed all night with Charles McKinney." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 8 Oct. 1936, "South Side ... Mrs. C.E. Hadley and daughters, Edna and Ella called on Mrs. Ray Johnson Wednesday afternoon. ... For Sale - Rhode Island chickens. C.E. Hadley, Steamboat Springs." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 26 Nov. 1936, "South Side. Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley, Edna and Ella, Mr. and Mrs. Fernon Kumke, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Price and two sons spent Sunday afternoon at the George Stonebrink home." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 10 Dec. 1936, "South Side ... Edna and Ella Hadley spent Thursday evening with Miss Alice Willey." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 11 Feb. 1937, "South Side ... Those who enjoyed the fine turkey dinner at the George Kemry home Sunday were Miss Alice Willey, Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and daughters, Edna and Ella, Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Cheek and family." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 18 Feb. 1937, "South Side ... Miss Edna Hadley was sick a couple of days last week. Mr. and Mrs. George Kemry and Mr. and Mrs. John Cheek and Ella Hadley attended the valentine party and art exhibit at the South Side school Friday afternoon. Miss Willey and the children had some fine work in art." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 7 Oct. 1937, "South Side. ... Ella Hadley was on the sick list Tuesday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 11 May 1939, "South Side ... Since coming home from the hospital Mrs. Lee Harsh has not been able to do her own work. Velda Whited helped her out a few days. At present Edna Hadley is working for her. ... Mrs. C.E. Hadley and Ella called on Mrs. Lee Harsh Tuesday afternoon." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 18 May 1939, "South Side. Ella Hadley is working at the Rube Padgett home in Steamboat." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 14 Sep. 1939, "South Side ... Miss Edna Hadley is working at the Ray Johnson home. Ella Hadley called on Mrs. Pete Stanko Jr. Saturday afternoon." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 19 Oct. 1939, "South Side. Miss Edna Hadley is working for Mrs. Rayburn in Steamboat." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 16 Nov. 1939, "South Side ... Edna Hadley spent Sunday at home with her parents." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 14 Dec. 1939, "South Side ... Miss Edna Hadley spent Sunday with home folks." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 18 Jan. 1940, "South Side ... Ella Hadley called on Natalie Stanko Sunday afternoon." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 25 Jan. 1940, "South Side ... Edna Hadley spent Sunday with her home folks, Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and Ella." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 29 Feb. 1940, "South Side ... Ella Hadley spent Wednesday with Natalie Stanko." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 30 May 1940, "South Side Club Made Footstools. The South Side home demonstration club met Monday with Mrs. John Cheek. There were six members present. Visitors were Mrs. Hadley, Ella Hadley, Mrs. Charles Eckstine and baby, Alice Cheek and Thelma Jean Harsh. The club completed three footstools. Alex Chura received one of them because he drew the lucky number in the raffle. The club appreciates the cooperation of those who bought numbers." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 27 Feb. 1941, "Local News of the Week ... Edna Hadley is employed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Stehley. Maxine Lacock, who had been at the Stehley home, is taking a trip of about two months with her aunt, who represents an advertising firm." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 3 Apr. 1941, "Surprise Party for Grace Elgin. Miss Grace Elgin was entertained at a surprise party Monday evening in honor of her birthday. A number of her friends met at the Russell Ohman home from which they proceeded to Grace's home, where the evening was spent in games. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening. Present were ... Ella Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 26 June 1941, "South Side ... Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hadley and daughter, Ella." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 18 Sep. 1941, "Young People Were Entertained. The young people of the Congregational church were entertained at a delightful party at the home of Rev. and Mrs. R.A. Dodd Tuesday evening. Games preceded a short business meeting of the group and refreshments were served. Those present were: ... Edna and Ella Hadley" [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 5 Feb. 1942, "Bible Conference at Yampa Feb. 8. The Young People's Fundamental Bible Conference will be held at Yampa, Feb. 8. The theme will be the Christian Youth in Service in Time of War. The following is the program ... 2:50-3:05 - The Young Person's Preparation for Service - Edna Hadley."
  • 26 Mar. 1942, "Young People Have Party at Church. The young people of the Congregational church enjoyed a party in the back room of the church on Tuesday evening. The time was spent in playing games and refreshments were served. Those present were Edna and Ella Hadley ..." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 9 July 1942, "Local News of the Week ... Among the medical patients at the Steamboat hospital this week are Edna Hadley of Steamboat Springs and Keith Selbe of the Mesa." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 1 Oct. 1942, "C.E. Party Monday. Members of the Christian Endeavor of the Congregational church gathered at the J.A. Brobeck home Monday evening for a farewell party for Edna and Ella Hadley, who with their family are moving to the northwest. Sixteen young people were present at the party." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 1947, "Hadley Edna stdt U of O 1178 Kincaid ph 2379; Hadley Ella stdt U of O 1178 Kincaid St ph 2379" [Oregon, Eugene, Salisbury's Eugene and Springfield City Directory]
  • 5 June 1947, "Misses Edna and Ella Hadley, former residents of the Steamboat community and graduates of the Steamboat high school, will graduate from the Northwestern Christian college at Eugene, Oregon, on June 10. The Clarence Hadley family lived here for many years on a ranch on the South Side and are now living at Stanfield, Oregon." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 27 July 1950, "Mesa ... Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley and daughters, Edna and Ella, spent Thursday with the Kemrys." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 19 Nov. 1953, "Funeral Services for Mrs. Hadley. Funeral services for Mrs. Arl McCombs Hadley were held Nov. 5 at the chapel in Toppenish, Wash., and the Christian Church in Hermiston, Ore. Burial was in the Edho, Oregon, cemetery. Mrs. Hadley, for many years a resident of Routt county, died in the Central Memorial hospital in Toppenish on Nov. 1 following a heart attack. Arl McCombs was born in Shelby county, Mo., May 1, 1880. In 1888 she moved to western Nebraska with her parents. Her father had a preemption claim near Court House Rock on the old Oregon trail. Later the family moved to Sidney, Neb., and she lived there until her marriage to Clarence E. Hadley Sept. 20, 1898, in the Sheridan hotel in Steamboat Springs. Clarence Hadley came to Steamboat Springs in June of that year and his bride came to meet him in Steamboat. She made the trip to Wolcott by train and from there to Steamboat by stage coach. She brought her baby brother with her on the trip. He followed here in death on Nov. 10 at Corvallis, Oregon. Mr. Hadley worked at the stage station at Moon Hill and it was there they made their first home. Later they homesteaded west of Steamboat on the Hahns Peak road. In the early '20s they bought the old Sampson place on the South Side where they lived until Aug. 1942. Since then they lived near Stanfield, Ore. Arl Hadley is survived by her husband, their daughters, Dollie Hughes, Stanfield, Ore.; Ella Hadley and Edna Hadley, both of Toppenish, Wash., four grandchildren and one great-granddaughter. She was preceded in death by three children. Clarence Hadley plans to make his home with Ella and Edna Hadley for the present." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 13 Dec. 1956, "Clarence Hadley County Pioneer. Clarence E. Hadley, who died early this month at Toppenish, Wash., after a prolonged illness, was a pioneer in Routt county. He came to Steamboat in June, 1898, and resided here until the fall of 1942 when the family moved to oregon. When Mr. Hadley first came here he was employed by D.W. Whipple at the stage station at Moon Hill. He spent several years freighting before the railroad came. He homesteaded in the Slate Creek district west of town and later bought a ranch on the South Side, where the family lived for many years. Mr. Hadley was born Sept. 15, 1872, at Mt. Ayre, Iowa, but his family moved to Nebraska when he was small. His wife preceded him in death by three years and a month. He is survived by three daughters, Mrs. M.W. Hughes of Stanfield, Ore., and Edna and Ella Hadley of McKinley Indian Mission, Toppenish, Wash. He had made his home at Toppenish with his daughters since the death of his wife." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • May 1984, "Ten years after high school" Edna & Ella Hadley "began working our way through Northwest Christian College. In 1947 we both graduated with B.Th. degrees and Edna then went on to earn a B.S. degree in education from the University of Oregon ... Ella joined the Mission in 1949 ... Edna joined her in 1950." [Washington, Toppenish, McKinley Indian Mission Newsletter]
  • 25 July 2004, "Salem, OR - Edna Belle Hadley, 89, of Turner, Oregon, died Monday June 28, 2004 in Salem, Oregon. Edna was born July 25, 1914 in Steamboat Springs, Colorado to Clarence and Oral Hadley. She graduated from Northwest Christian College in Eugene, Oregon, earning her Bachelor's Degree in Theology. Edna then went on to earn her Teaching Certificate from University of Oregon. Edna worked as a Missionary at the McKinley Indian Mission for over 40 years and was currently living at the Turner Retirement Center in Turner, Oregon. Edna enjoyed telling Bible stories, cooking and baking. She loved working with the Yakama Indian families, and had a special passion for the Indian children. ..." Survivors include: sister Ella of Turner, nephews Clarence Hughes of Stanfield, OR, and Clyde Hughes of Rigby, ID; nieces Eunice Falk of Woodburn, OR, and Muriel Porter of Stanfield; adopted children Linda Pratt of Toppenish, Reggie Hadley of Beverly, MA, Rita Mendoza of Toppenish, and Don Miller of Toppenish. [Washington, Yakima, Yakima Herald-Republic]
  • 11 Mar. 2008, "Salem, OR. - Ella Ruby Hadley, 92 of Salem, Oregon went to be with the Lord on Sunday March 8, 2008. Ella was born February 27, 1916 in Steamboat Springs, Colorado to Clarence and Oral Hadley. She graduated from Northwest Christian College in Eugene, Oregon. In 1950 Ella joined her Sister Edna at the McKinley Indian Mission and worked as a Missionary for over 40 years. Ella loved driving 'Shasta' all over the reservation transporting Indian kids, parents and elders to the Mission to teach Bible stories and share the love of Jesus. Ella is survived by two nephews, Clarence Hughes of Standfield, OR and Clyde Hughes of Rigby, ID; two nieces, Eunice Falk of Woodburn, Or; and Muriel Porter of Standfield, OR; adopted children, Linda Pratt of Toppenish, Wa; Reggie Hadley of Beverly, MA; Rita Mendoza and Don Miller both of Toppenish, WA; and many others over the years." [Washington, Yakima, Yakima Herald-Republic]
  • 2008, "Hadley, Edna B., 1914-2004, R. Ella, 1916-2008" [Oregon, Echo, Echo Memorial Cemetery, Inscriptions]
James Saunders Hadley (1845-1905): m. Mary Elizabeth Byerly (1849-1918)
  • 12 Mar. 1868, James S. Hadley & Mary E. Byerly married at the house of Stephen B. Lowes by justice of the peace A.M. Hood, license dated 28 Feb. 1868, James age 22, Mary age 19 [Iowa, Lucas County, Marriage Registrations]
  • 1875, J Hadley 30 laborer IN, M E 26 OH, W H 6 NE, S A 4 Indian Terr, C E 2 IA [Nevada, 1875 Census, Elko County]
  • 19 June 1880, res. Rice Twp, James Hadley 35 farmer IN, Marry E 31 OH, Wm Henry 11 NE, Samual A 9 Indian Terr, Clarence 7 IA, Charles M 5 NV, Florance 3 IA, James F 5m IA [USA, 1880 Census, Iowa, Ringgold County]
  • 1884, James S. Hadley released 5 Jan. 1884 to join another church. [Iowa, Clarke County, Smyrna Friends Meeting]
  • 1885, res. Clinton Twp, James S Hadley 39 farmer IN, Eliza 35 OH, William H 15 NE, Samuel A 14 Ind Terr, Clarence E 12 Clark Co IA, Charles M 9 NV, Florence E 7 Ringgold Co IA, James F 5, Mary E 2 [Iowa, 1885 Census, Ringgold County]
  • 27 June 1900, res. Sidney, James S Hadley 55 carpenter IN, Mary E 51 OH, Charles M 25 rodman-surveyor NV, James F 20 chainman-surveyor IA, Mary E 17 A, Bertha L 15 IA, Albert J 13 IA [USA, 1900 Census, Nebraska, Cheyenne County]
  • 13 May 1905, James S. Hadley died at home on Wednesday the 10th. "About a year ago Mr. Hadley was very sick from the bursting of a small blood vessel in his head causing paralysis from which, however, he so far recovered as to be able to be around again but the recurrence of the attack from time to time being more severe, finally broke down his strength and vitality." He came to Redington, Cheyenne County in 1887, and after a few years moved to Sidney. He was from a "Quaker family and firmly held to the faith of that church all his life." Funeral services at the Methodist church. He was a member of I.O.O.F. and of the Modern Woodmen. [Nebraska, Sidney, Sidney Telegraph]
  • 21 April 1910, res. Sidney, Mary E Hadley 61 wd OH, Charles 35 abstractor in abstract office NV, Albert 23 laborer odd jobs IA [USA, 1910 Census, Nebraska, Cheyenne County]
  • 17 May 1918, "C.E. Hadley left yesterday morning for Sidney, Nebr., in response to a telegram that his mother, Mrs. Mary E. Hadley, was critically ill. She is 71 years old." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 31 May 1918, Mary E. Hadley died at Sidney, b. 18 Feb. 1849 in Ohio, housewife, parents Jacob Byerly & --- Barnett, buried 2 June 1918 at Sidney [Nebraska, Death Registrations]
  • 7 June 1918, obituary of Mrs. James S. Hadley, "With her husband she came to Nebraska in 1887 and they settled near Redington. About 1893 they came to Sidney", and was a member of the Methodist church. "Her children all survive her", namely: William H. of Fort Russell, Wyoming, Samuel A. of Loveland, Colorado, Clarence E. of Steamboat Springs, Colorado, Frank J. of Cheyenne, Wyoming, Charles M. of Sidney, Albert of Sidney, Mrs. B.W. Frazey of Sidney, Mrs. Jack Bowman of Sidney, Mrs. Nathan Mick of Sidney. Three brothers include Millard Byerly of Diagonal, Iowa, Frank Byerly of Weston, Iowa, and William Byerly of Des Moines, Iowa. [Nebraska, Sidney, Sidney Telegraph]
  • 1918, James S. Hadley Mar. 25, 1845 - May 10, 1905, Mary E. Hadley Feb. 18, 1849 - May 31, 1918 [Nebraska, Sidney, Greenwood Cemetery, Inscriptions]
  • Nicholson, William, "A Tour of Indian Agencies in Kansas and the Indian Territories in 1870", Kansas Historical Quarterly, 3:3, Aug. 1934, p. 289-326. The author visited the Sac & Fox Agency 17 Nov. 1870, and named James Hadley, Wm. Baldwin, and --- Timmerman as farmers there. [William Baldwin married Leah Byerly, sister of Mary Hadley.]
Jeremiah Hadley (1741-1786): m. Mary Dickey (1744-1835)
  • 1759-1785, Jeremiah Hadley disowned 2 May 1759 for marrying out of unity; Mary Hadly, wife of Jeremiah, received 6 July 1782 by request; Joshua, Jeremiah, and James, sons of Jeremiah Hadley received 3 Aug. 1782 by request; Mary, Sarah, and Patience Hadley received 2 Nov. 1782 by request of parents Jeremiah and Mary; recorded Jeremiah (son of Joshua & Patience) b. 1-7-1741, Mary b. 6-12-1744, Lydia b. 10-14-1760, Joshua b. 8-11-1763, Jeremiah b. 8-31-1768, Mary b. 3-17-1771, James b. 1-31-1774, Sarah b. 10-2-1776, Patience b. 1-9-1780, John b. 9-17-1782, Jane b. 5-17-1785 [North Carolina, Alamance County, Cane Creek Friends Meeting]
  • 1790, Mary Hadley, 2 males 16+, 1 male 0-15, 5 females [USA, 1790 Census, North Carolina, Chatham County]
  • Feb. 1836, will of Mary Hadley recorded, dated 4 June 1824, names: children Joshua, Jeremiah, James, John, Lydia, and Sarah; granddaughters Mary Hunter and Emily Ward; executor son John; witnesses Joseph Allen and Jacob Hinshaw [North Carolina, Randolph County, Wills]
  • Healton, Curtis, A Hadley Genealogy, 3 vols., 1974. Jeremiah Hadley inherited 115 acres in Virginia from his father in 1760, sold in Feb. 1762; was a miller who lived in Chatham Co., North Carolina; furnished meal and grain for American soldiers during the Revolution; lists children; incorrectly gives wife's Mary's death in 1844 at age 100.
Jeremiah A. Hadley (1809-1874): 1m. Rachel Cox (1809-1835), 2m. Mary Julian (1812-1864)
  • 1834-1835, on 3-27-1834 Jeremiah Hadley (son of John & Hannah) of Randolph Co. married Rachel Cox at Piney Ridge Meeting House; Jeremiah Hadley and wife got a certificate 16 Aug. 1834 to transfer to Marlborough Monthly Meeting; Rachel Hadley, wife of Jeremiah & daughter of Elisha Cox, died 2-12-1835 [North Carolina, Randolph County, Holly Spring Friends Meeting]
  • 1834-1841, Jeremiah Hadley and wife Rachel received 1 Nov. 1834 on certificate from Holly Spring Monthly Meeting; Jeremiah Hadley of Salem condemned 5 Mar. 1836 for marrying out of unity; Mary Hadly received 5 June 1841 by request; Samuel Allen, Tobias Julian, and Asenath Hadley received 3 July 1841 by request of parents; Jeremiah Hadley, wife Mary, and family got a certificate 7 Aug. 1841 to transfer to White Lick Monthly Meeting, Indiana [North Carolina, Randolph County, Marlborough Friends Meeting]
  • 1835, "Rchl Hadley dec. 11th 2m A.D. 1835" [North Carolina, Randolph County, Holly Spring Friends Cemetery, Inscriptions]
  • 19 Jan. 1836, marriage bond of Jeremiah Hadley & Mary Julian, bondsman J.M. Coffin, witness Hugh McCain [North Carolina, Randolph County, Marriage Bonds]
  • 1840, res. Northern Div., Jeremiah Hadley, 1 male 30s, 1 male 5-9, 1 male 0-4, 1 female 20s, 1 female 10-14, 1 female 0-4 [USA, 1840 Census, North Carolina, Randolph County] [Who is the 10-14 year old female?]
  • 1841-1874, Jeremiah Hadley, wife Mary, children John Milton, Asenath, Samuel Allen, and Tobias Julian received 17 Nov. 1841 on certificate from Marlborough Monthly Meeting, North Carolina; recorded children John Milton b. 1-25-1835, Asenath b. 12-20-1836, Samuel Allen b. 12-4-1838, Tobias Julian b. 12-3-1840, Elwood b. 4-1-1843, Wm Henry b. 3-25-1845, James Saunders b. 3-25-1845, Mary b. 12-5-1847, Jeremiah died 1-22-1874 [Indiana, Morgan County, White Lick Friends Meeting]
  • 1849-1864, West Union formed 1849 from White Lick Meeting; Jeremiah A. Hadley, wife Mary, children John Milton, Samuel Allen, Tobias Julian, James Sanders, William Henry, and Esther Hannah got a certificate 13 Apr. 1857 to transfer to Three Rivers Monthly Meeting, Iowa; recorded children John Milton b. 1-25-1835, Asenath b. 12-20-1836, Samuel Allen b. 12-4-1838 d. 12-31-1864, Tobias Julian b. 12-3-1840, Elwood b. 4-1-1843 d. 3-16-1855, Wm Henry b. 3-25-1845, James Saunders b. 3-25-1845, Mary b. 12-5-1847 d. 6-21-1861, Esther Hannah b. 9-8-1852 [Indiana, Morgan County, West Union Friends Meeting]
  • 29 Oct. 1850, res. Gregg Twp, Jeremiah Hadley 41 farmer NC, Mary 28 NC, John M 15 NC, Senith 13 NC, Saml E 11 NC, Juli Ann 9 NC, Elwood 7 IN, Wm H 5 IN, Jas S 5 IN, Mary 2 IN [USA, 1850 Census, Indiana, Morgan County]
  • 1856, in the "Report of the Committee on Indian Concerns", 3rd 10m 1856, The school for the Shawnee Indians "was continued during the past year under the care of our Friends, Jeremiah A. Hadley and wife as Superintendents ... until the 20th of the Eighth month last, when a body of armed men, eighteen in number ... took all the horses ... and presenting his gun at him ... told him this was only a beginning of what he might look for, if he did not leave the place ... accordingly on the 23rd of the Eighth month last, they all left for ... Indiana." [Minutes of the Indiana Yearly Meeting of Friends, p. 33-36]
  • 1857, Jeremiah A. Hadley, wife Mary, children John Milton, Samuel Allen, Tobias Julian, James Sanders, Wm. Henry, and Esther Hannah received 6 May 1857 on certificate from West Union Monthly Meeting dated 13 Apr. 1857. [Iowa, Warren County, Acworth Friends Meeting]
  • 1858-1875, Smyrna Meeting formed 1858; recorded Jeremiah A. Hadley b. 1-26-1809 d. 4-14-1874, wife Mary b. 1-26-1812 d. 4-10-1864, children Samuel A. b. 4-12-1838 d. 12-31-1864, Tobias J. b. 12-3-1840, William H. b. 3-25-1845 d. 4-6-1875, James S. b. 3-25-1845, Esther L. b. 9-8-1852 d. 4-5-1864 [Iowa, Clarke County, Smyrna Friends Meeting]
  • 20 July 1860, res. Franklin Twp, J A Hadley 51 farmer NC, M 48 NC, M 25 day laborer NC, S 21 teacher NC, T J 19 day laborer NC, Wm H 15 IN, J S 15 IN, E H 7 IN [USA, 1860 Census, Iowa, Clarke County]
  • 16 Aug. 1870, res. Franklin Twp, Wm H Hadley 25 farmer IN, Martha M 23 IL, Mary E 10m IA, Jeremiah A 61 wagon maker NC [USA, 1870 Census, Iowa, Clarke County]
  • 1874, Jeremiah Hadley d. 4-14-1874 age 65y 2m 18d, Mary d. 4-10-1864 age 52y 2m 14d, Esther M. d. 4-5-1864 age 11y 6m 27d, W.H. d. 4-6-1875, age 30y 11d [Iowa, Weldon, Smyrna Friends Cemetery, Inscriptions]
  • Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Kansas, 1883. On p. 626: "Almost the only anti-slavery people in [Johnson] county at this time [1855] were the Hadleys - Jeremiah and his three sons, Samuel, T.J., and J. Milton Hadley - a family belonging to the Society of Friends. The head of the family, Jeremiah Hadley, came out in August to assume the duties of superintendent of the Shawnee Quaker Mission. The Hadley family were fearless advocates of the Free-state cause. ... In August, a party of border ruffians went to the Quaker Mission, and after threatening to kill the superintendent, Jeremiah Hadley, stole six horses and a mule belonging to the Mission ..."
  • Bailes, Kendall, From Hunting Ground to Suburb, A History of Merriam, Kansas, 1956. Pages 8-15 describe the Shawnee Friends Mission, names Jeremiah Hadley as superintendent in August 1856 when a "guerilla raid" was made on the mission.
  • Gambone, Joseph G., ed., 1972, "Kansas - A Vegetarian Utopia: The Letters of John Milton Hadley, 1855-1856", Kansas Historical Quarterly, 38:1. On p. 65-87: "During the winter of 1856-1857, Jeremiah Hadley resigned his position at the Friends' Mission and left the territory. Having become alarmed at the political situation in Kansas, he moved to Iowa."
  • Gregg, Oliver H., History of Johnson County, Kansas, 1874. Names Jeremiah Hadley as arriving in 1855 as superintendent of the Shawnee Quaker Mission, relates the August raid by "some thirty or forty ruffians" on the mission.
  • Hadley, Chalmers, Notes on the Quaker Family of Hadley, 1916. Recognizes Jeremiah Hadley's son John Milton, but incorrectly traces the ancestry through Joshua Hadley who married Ruth Lindley.
  • Hadley, Harlan V., The Hadleys of Hendricks County, Indiana, 1962. On pages 49-50, describes Jeremiah Hadley as [incorrectly] the son of John Hadley and Edith Carter, who went west in 1855 to take charge of the Quaker mission in Kansas; and mentions his son John Milton Hadley, who was [correctly] the father of governor Herbert S. Hadley of Missouri.
  • Healton, Curtis, A Hadley Genealogy, 3 vols., 1974. Jeremiah Hadley was known as "Hill Jerry", moved from North Carolina to Morgan County, Indiana in 1841, then "in 1855 he went to Kans to take charge of the Quaker mission for the Shawnee Indians near the present site of Kansas City"; gives his children.
  • Jackson, Sheldon Glenn, A Short History of Kansas Yearly Meeting of Friends, 1946. "Jeremiah Hadley and wife" are listed as superintendents of the Shawnee Mission for the years ending October, 1855 and October, 1856.
John Hadley (1782-1859): m. Hannah Allen (1785-1849)
  • 1805-1830, On 10-17-1805, John Hadly (son of Jeremiah & Mary) of Ridge Mtg., N.C., married Hannah Allen; John and Hannah Hadley and family got a certificate 1 May 1830 to transfer to Holly Spring Monthly Meeting [North Carolina, Alamance County, Cane Creek Friends Meeting]
  • 1810, John Hadley, 1 male 26-44, 1 male 0-9, 1 female 16-25, 1 female 0-9 [USA, 1810 Census, North Carolina, Chatham County]
  • 1820, John Hadley Sen., 1 male 26-44, 1 male 10-15, 2 males 0-9, 1 female 26-44, 1 female 10-15, 1 female 0-9 [USA, 1820 Census, North Carolina, Chatham County]
  • 1830, res. Regiment 2, John Hadley, 1 male 40s, 1 male 20s, 2 males 15-19, 1 female 40s, 1 female 20s, 1 female 10-14, 1 female 5-9 [USA, 1830 Census, North Carolina, Randolph County]
  • 1830-1848, John and Hannah Hadley and children Phebe, Jeremiah, Samuel, Abel, Amy, and Asenath received 15 May 1830 on certificate from Cane Creek Monthly Meeting; John Hadley recommended 18 July 1835 as an elder; Hannah Hadley recommended 15 Aug. 1835 as an elder; John Hadley and family got a certificate 15 Apr. 1848 to transfer to White Lick Monthly Meeting, Indiana [North Carolina, Randolph County, Holly Spring Friends Meeting]
  • 1840, res. South Div., John Hadley, 1 male 50s, 1 male 20s, 1 female 50s, 1 female 30s, 2 females 20s, 1 female 15-19, 3 females 0-4 [USA, 1840 Census, North Carolina, Randolph County] [Son Abel and his wife and 3 daughters are likely listed with this family also.]
  • 1848, John Hadley, wife Hannah, children Phebe and Amy received 14 June 1848 on certificate from Holly Spring Monthly Meeting, North Carolina [Indiana, Morgan County, White Lick Friends Meeting]
  • 1849-1859, West Union formed 1849 from White Lick Meeting; recorded John Hadley b. 7-17-1782 d. 11-22-1859, Hannah b. 8-3-1783 d. 9-29-1849, Phebe b. 9-12-1806, Amy b. 6-19-1815 d. 8-29-1849 [Indiana, Morgan County, West Union Friends Meeting]
  • 12 Oct. 1850, res. Monroe Twp, Samuel Hadley 39 farmer NC, John 69 farmer NC, Phebe 43 NC [USA, 1850 Census, Indiana, Morgan County]
  • 1859, John Hadley d. 26 Nov. 1859 age 77y 2m 5d, Hannah d. 29 Mar. 1849 age 64y 6m 21d [Indiana, Monrovia, West Union Cemetery]
  • Healton, Curtis, A Hadley Genealogy, 3 vols., 1974. Some brief notes about John Hadley and his family.
Joshua Hadley (1703-1760): 1m. Mary Rowland (1706-1733), 2p. Margery Lindley (c1710--), 3m. Patience Brown (1712-1783)
  • 1736-1737, Joshua Hadley accused 27 Jan. 1736 by Margery Lindley of fathering a child with her out of wedlock; reported 24 Feb. 1736 that Joshua Hadley declined to meet, so notice was sent to Nottingham; Joshua & Patience Hadley disowned 24 Feb. 1736 for being married outside of the Quaker church; Patience Hadley reinstated 30 May 1737 [Pennsylvania, Chester County, New Garden Friends Meeting]
  • 1756-1783, Patience Hadly, husband and children received 2 Oct. 1756 on certificate from New Garden Monthly Meeting, Pennsylvania; Patience (daughter of Jeremiah & Mary Brown), born 5-25-1712, d. 5-23-1783, buried at Cane Creek [North Carolina, Alamance County, Cane Creek Friends Meeting]
  • Nov. 1760, will of Joshua Hadley recorded, dated 20 Sep. 1760, names: wife Patience; children Joseph, Lydia, Joshua, Jeremiah, Thomas, Ruth Marshal, Mary Piggot, Deborah, Hannah, Katherine, Sarah Fred, and Simon; executors wife Patience and son Joshua [North Carolina, Orange County, Wills]
  • 1931, memorial erected in 1931 for Joshua Hadley, b. 6th 3m 1703 in King County Ireland d. 1760, & his wife Patience Brown b. 25th 5m 1712, came to North Carolina in 1758 [North Carolina, Alamance County, Spring Friends Cemetery] [Unfortunately, the memorial was placed at the wrong cemetery, Patience was buried at Cane Creek, and Joshua was probably also.]
  • Hadley, Chalmers, Notes on the Quaker Family of Hadley, 1916. Joshua Hadley received 200 acres in 1726 from his father, and requested another 1000 acres in 1728 from the Pennsylvania Provincial Board of Property, founded the town of Hadley in Chatham County, North Carolina, also names his children.
  • Hadley, Harlan V., The Hadleys of Hendricks County, Indiana, 1962. Joshua Hadley had bought 400 acres in Augusta County, Virginia in 1748, and moved to North Carolina in 1758; his children founded Hadley village in Chatham County, North Carolina.
  • Healton, Curtis, A Hadley Genealogy, 3 vols., 1974. Joshua Hadley bought 400 acres in Virginia 18 Aug. 1748, 345 acres on 29 Aug. 1750, 186 acres on 28 Nov. 1751, appraised 13 Mar. 1754, moved to North Carolina in 1756, and sold the 345 acres on 18 Aug. 1760, when they were residents of Orange Co., North Carolina; also gives his last will.
  • Newlin, Algie I., Friends "at the Spring": A History of Spring Monthly Meeting, 1984. Joshua and Patience Hadley received by Cane Creek Meeting on 2 Oct. 1752, with a certificate from New Garden Monthly Meeting in Pennsylvania.
  • Strieby, Mrs. Irene M., "Simon Hadley and his Descendants", Indiana Magazine of History, 41:3, Sept. 1945. On p. 317-321: Joshua Hadley bought 400 acres in Augusta Co., Virginia in 1746, and additional tracts, then moved to Orange Co., North Carolina.
Samuel Hadley (1870-1951): m. Mary Alice Robinson (1880-1946)
  • 4 May 1898, "Sam Hadley, Mark Norman and John Follett were down from Elk river on Friday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 3 May 1899, "Upper Elk River Jottings ... Sam Hadley was over on Deep creek Saturday." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 8 Jan. 1902, "Local Items ... Sam Hadley was down from his Elk river possessions this week." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 26 Feb. 1902, "Local Items ... Jim Lee, J.M. Ellis and S.A. Hadley were prominent Elk river people in town the first of the week." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 10 May 1905, "Sam Hadley was down from Elk river on Friday of last week." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 3 Oct. 1906, "Sam Hadley returned last week from Loveland, where he took his family to visit for a time with Mrs. Hadley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I.H. Robinson. 'Fatty' still holds his bigness and is getting along all right. The Hadley family remained and will return home later." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 28 Nov. 1906, "Sam Hadley started yesterday for Loveland to bring in his family, which has been visiting some time with I.H. Robinson." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 20 Dec. 1907, "News from Clark. ... Sam Hadley and Bill Cross are engaged in the pleasant task of breaking a number of young horses to work." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 29 Apr. 1908, "I.H. Robinson, well known over this end of the county, is in from Loveland renewing acquaintances and visiting the Sam Hadley family on Elk river. Mr. Robinson was one of the early settlers on Elk river and has lots of friends here." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 3 Dec. 1909, "Three Pioneers Pass Away. Routt County is Shocked at Sad News Coming From Eastern Slope. Three sudden deaths of Routt county pioneers was the shocking news received over the wires this week. The first was the passing away of I.H. Robinson, a former well known ranchman of Elk river, who died at his home at Loveland after an illness of three days from pneumonia. Mr. Robinson was taken ill on November 19th and although he had the best of medical attention, the end came on the 22nd. He leaves a wife and two daughters, all well and favorably known in Steamboat. Deceased lived in Routt county for a long time and only a few years ago sold his ranch and located near Loveland, where also the oldest daughter who married Sam Hadley of Steamboat Springs, and the youngest daughter, who married since leaving here, reside. ..." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 8 Jan. 1915, "Sam Hadley and Team in a Bad Runaway. While Sam Hadley, who drives a water wagon in Loveland was driving into town this forenoon a passing automobile caused the team to become frightened and the driver unable to control them, tried to guide them down Cleveland avenue in order to avoid collision with passing teams and autos. While going at a terrific speed he managed to keep them in the road until they reached Fifth street, where they attempted to turn west, then decided to take another course, and turned abruptly to the right back onto Cleveland avenue, narrowly missing the corner window of the Bell and Finley undertaking parlors and running diagonial across the street to the sidewalk in front of the Mountain States Telephone company office, where they hit the curbing with such force that Mr. Hadley was thrown forcibly to the cement walk, striking the wagon wheel and bruising him considerably. The team left to their own control, dashed madly up the walk, missing the front of the Herald office by about a foot in an attempt to turn up the alley between the Herald building and the office of Dr. Hile, but the turn was so abrupt that they were unable to make it and the wagon, striking the brick corner of the Calhoun building, threw the water tank and wagon nearly 40 feet down the street. The collision with the building broke the harness and the horses became free, running down to Fourth street where they started west, but one of them became tangled in the broken harness, fell on the sidewalk in front of the Loveland Packing company store and the other horse unable to stop, turned a complete sumerset over the fallen one. The fall seemed to stun the horses, for they immediately became quiet and were captured by men who were on the street. It is remarkable that no damage occurred to the wagon, as it was found in good condition and the tank restored to the running gear, and it will take but a little fixing to make it as good as new. The horses were not injured, but Mr. Hadley was considerably bruised and shaken up. He was taken by Dr. Joslyn to his office but an examination proved nothing of a serious character, and he will be able to be about in a few days. Had the team succeeded in turning up the alley south of the Herald building, another runaway would have occurred as a team was hitched at the other end and could not of gotten out of the way of the runaways without breaking loose, which would have resulted in a bad mix-up. No one is to blame for the accident, as it resulted from the team not being use to automobile." [Colorado, Loveland, Loveland Daily Herald]
  • 3 Sep. 1920, "Sixteen Years Ago ... Sept. 2, 1904 ... Visitors from out of town included: ... Sam Hadley and family, Elk river ..." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 26 Nov. 1920, "Sixteen Years Ago ... Nov. 25, 1904 ... The wife and family of Sam Hadley of Elk river returned from spending the summer with her parents, in Loveland." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 14 Oct. 1921, "Sixteen Years Ago ... October 13, 1905 ... At the October meeting of the county commissioners, the report of the viewers was adopted, for the change in the Steamboat-Hahn's Peak road from Slate creek to the mouth of Hot Springs creek, making it run along the north base of Deer mountain and through the Pat Cullen ranch to Elk river, instead of through the Hangs and Hadley ranches." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 10 Mar. 1922, "Sixteen Years Ago ... February 16, 1906 ... Visitors in town included ... Sam Hadley, Elk river ... February 23, 1906 ... The young son of Sam Hadley upset a kettle of boiling water, scalding one of his feet." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 15 Sep. 1922, "Sixteen Years Ago ... September 7, 1906 ... Sam Hadley and family left for Loveland to visit Mrs. Hadley's parents, going overland via North park." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 6 Oct. 1922, "Sixteen Years Ago. ... September 28, 1906 ... Sam Hadley returned from a visit at Loveland, where he had left his family with Mrs. Hadley's parents." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 26 Jan. 1923, "Sixteen Years Ago ... December 14, 1906 ... Sam Hadley returned from Loveland, bringing his wife and children." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 21 Sep. 1923, "South Side. ... Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hadley, former Elk River residents now located at Loveland, Colo., and Will Hadley and Al Adams, from Fort Russell, Wyo., have been visiting C.E. Hadley and family." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 11 Jan. 1924, "Sixteen Years Ago ... December 20, 1907 ... Clark correspondence: ... Sam Hadley and Will Cross were breaking horses." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 13 Feb. 1925, "Sixteen Years Ago ... October 2, 1908 ... Sam Hadley and family were leaving for Loveland for the winter, having sold their ranch in the Moon hill neighborhood on Elk river." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Routt County Sentinel]
  • 26 Apr. 1929, "Local News of the Week ... Sam Hadley, a pioneer of the Elk river section, is here from Loveland to visit with his brother, Clarence Hadley. Sam Hadley left here for Loveland about 20 years ago but still retains his love for Routt county." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 10 May 1929, "South Side. (Last week) C.E. Hadley is enjoying a visit from his brother, Sam Hadley of Loveland, Colo. ... Steamboat visitors this week were Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Hadley ... Sam Hadley ..." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 6 Sep. 1929, "25 Years Ago ... Sam Hadley and family were preparing to leave for the winter." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 5 Sep. 1930, "Local News of the Week ... Sam Hadley, former resident, was thru here Tuesday night with a party of Loveland people taking some race horses to the fair. When he returns he will visit his brother, Clarence Hadley, and friends in Steamboat and on Elk river." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 22 July 1932, "Old Timer Makes Visit to Town. Sam Hadley, old time resident of Routt county, came to Steamboat last Thursday for a visit with his brother, Clarence Hadley of the South Side, and former friends. Sam came to this country 41 years ago when a lad. He was married at Hahns Peak 23 years ago. He is now living at Estes Park but the children have all grown and are away for themselves. He was accompanied to Steamboat by E.R. Dunn of Estes Park." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 16 Dec. 1932, "25 Years Ago ... Sam Hadley and Bill Cross were engaged in the sport of breaking a number of young horses to work." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 21 Apr. 1933, "25 Years Ago ... 'Fatty' Robinson came from Loveland to visit Sam Hadley." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 27 Oct. 1933, "25 Years Ago. Sam Hadley returned from Loveland over Buffalo pass. He left the family in Loveland. He was compelled to leave his wagon on the other side of the range and flounder thru five feet of snow for more than 10 miles." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 12 July 1935, "On the Square ... Sam Hadley, early day resident of Elk river, but now working for DeBerard in Middle park, was here for the celebration and was busy greeting old friends. In talking about olden times and the cowmen of other days he said Jack Ellis of Elk river in his prime was the fastest man with a rope and as good a cowman as he has ever known. Also Jack could ride 'em straight up, no matter how they bucked and was often in rough riding contests in Steamboat Springs and elsewhere. Sam is a brother of Clarence Hadley of Steamboat Springs." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 12 July 1935, "South Side. ... Sam Hadley of Middle park visited C.E. Hadley and family last week." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 5 June 1936, "South Side. Sam Hadley is visiting his brother, C.E. Hadley." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 24 June 1937, "South Side ... Sam Hadley of North Park spent from Monday until Saturday with his brother, C.E. Hadley, and family." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 7 Oct. 1937, "South Side. ... Mrs. Sam Hadley of Loveland, Colo., and Mrs. Beedy Root of Denver visited Sunday and Monday at the C.E. Hadley home." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 5 May 1938, "Crosses Return From Long Trip. After traveling 7,600 miles since December 14, Mr. and Mrs. William F. Cross returned to Steamboat Springs Sunday. During the trip, which took them to the Pacific coast and back, Mr. and Mrs. Cross visited many former Routt county residents. ... at Ventura, Calif. ... There they visitied Mr. and Mrs. William Oliver and also Mrs. Sam Hadley and Mrs. B.D. Root of Loveland and Wheatridge, who are former Routt county residents." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 29 Sep. 1938, "Local News of the Week ... Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Cross returned Tuesday from Comstock, Neb., where they visited their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Tribilcock. On their way home they stopped at Loveland where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Folden, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hadley and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hadley." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 22 Aug. 1940, "Hahns Peak ... Lester Hadley of Loveland, Colo., was a visitor one day last week at Charley Trulllinger's. Mrs. Laura Cox and son, Stanley, accompanied him from Clark. Lester is a son of Sam Hadley, an old timer here, who once owned a ranch on Elk river." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 6 Mar. 1941, "25 Years Ago, From Pilot-Sentinel Files ... A new daughter arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hadley and also at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Ogilvie." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 12 June 1941, "Returned From Visit. Mr. and Mrs. William F. Cross returned Thursday of last week from a trip of several weeks duration. They visited their daughter, Mrs. Alice Trebilcock, and family at Comstock, Nebr., where they found crops looking good and all prospects favorable. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Folden, Mrs. Alice Robinson Hadley and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hadley at Loveland and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hadley at Fort Collins. All were former residents of Elk river. Walter Hadley is manager of the J.C. Penney store at Fort Collins." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
  • 1951, "Hadley, Samuel, 1870 - 1951, Mary Alice, 1881 - 1946" [Colorado, Loveland, Loveland Burial Park, Inscriptions]
  • 22 July 1954, "Clark ... Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hadly of Fort Collins were calling on old friends and neighbors Friday. Walter is a son of Sam Hadly and was born on Elk River. The Hadly ranch is a part of what is now the Quenten Semotan Ranch. Mr. Hadly has been manager of the J.C. Penny Store in Fort Collins many years." [Colorado, Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Pilot]
Simon Hadley (c1640-1711): 1m. Catherine Talbot (c1650-c1710), 2m. Elizabeth ---
  • 1665, Symon Hadly, taxable, resident at Hamon Lane and Loghboy [Ireland, Dublin, Tax Lists]
  • 1 Apr. 1668, Simon Hadly, blacksmith, admitted Easter, 1668 as freeman of the city of Dublin on payment of a fine and special grace) [Jan. 1668, because of numerous foreigners a law was passed that only freemen would "be permitted to keepe shopp to sell or vend any commodities within this citty, or use any trade therein"] [uncertain]
  • 15 May 1672, Solomon Hadley, son of Simon Hadley smith and his wife Catherine, baptised 15 May [Ireland, Dublin, St. Michans Anglican Church, Baptisms]
  • c. 1680, at Ballynakill, due to an act for regranting forfeited estates in Ireland, Symon Hadley petitions to retain four sheds built at Ballyscaddan and operated by him for the last 7 or 8 years [uncertain]
  • 1685, Simon Hadly subscribed 9 shillings toward the building of the meetinghouse in Meath Street in 1685 [Ireland, Dublin, Dublin Friends Meeting]
  • 26 Jan. 1697, reported 26th 11m 1697 that Simon Hadly the elder condemned for giving permission for his son Simon to marry out of unity. [Ireland, West Meath County, Moate Friends Meeting]
  • 5 Sep. 1704, regarding the condemnation of Simon Hadly the younger, it was reported 5 Sep. 1704 that the parents "seem to be one with friends in it" [Ireland, West Meath County, Moate Friends Meeting]
  • Apr. 1710, Katharine Hadly, wife of Simon, died 20 Apr. 1710, buried at Moate 24 Apr. 1710. [Ireland, West Meath County, Moate Friends Meeting]
  • Sep. 1710, reported Sep. 1710 that Symon Hadly was seeking a wife out of unity. [Ireland, West Meath County, Moate Friends Meeting]
  • 17 Nov. 1710, Symon Hadly condemned 10 Nov. 1710 for marrying out of unity. [Ireland, West Meath County, Moate Friends Meeting]
  • 7 Feb. 1711, Symon Hadly condemned again 7 12m 1710 for marrying out of unity. [Ireland, West Meath County, Moate Friends Meeting]
  • Hadley, Chalmers, Notes on the Quaker Family of Hadley, 1916. Relates the conjecture that Simon Hadley was descended from the Hadleys from Somersetshire, without details, his petition of 1685, and a few references in Irish Quaker records.
  • Hadley, Harlan V., The Hadleys of Hendricks County, Indiana, 1962. Authoritatively [and wrongly] relates how Simon Hadley was descended from the Hadleys from Somersetshire, and therefore nobility; he was a "prosperous Dublin gentleman", owned iron works at Ballinakill and fisheries at Ballyscaddy.
  • Healton, Curtis, A Hadley Genealogy, 3 vols., 1974. [Wrongly] connects Simon Hadley the immigrant to the Hadleys of Somersetshire and thus to nobility, presents the 1680 petition, his children, and some details of his Irish Quaker connection.
  • Strieby, Mrs. Irene M., "Simon Hadley and his Descendants", Indiana Magazine of History, 41:3, Sep. 1945. On p. 317-321: some basic facts about Simon Hadley, father of the immigrant.
  • The Hadley Society, at www.hadleysociety.org, no date. Records and excellent discussion of the Irish and probable English origins of Simon Hadley the immigrant.
Simon Hadley (1675-1756): 1m. Ruth Miller (c1677-1751), 2m. Phoebe Grubb (1695-1769)
  • 15 Oct. 1697, reported 15 Oct. 1697 that Simon Hadly the younger married out of unity [Ireland, West Meath County, Moate Friends Meeting]
  • 6 Nov. 1697, Simon Hadley apologizes 6d 9m 1697 [Ireland, West Meath County, Moate Friends Meeting]
  • 26 Jan. 1698, Simon Hadly the elder condemned 26 11m 1697 for giving permission for his son Simon to marry out of unity [Ireland, West Meath County, Moate Friends Meeting]
  • 8 June 1698, Simon Hadly the younger condemned 8 4m 1698 for several transgressions [Ireland, West Meath County, Moate Friends Meeting]
  • 20 May 1699, Simon Hadly the younger apologizes 20 3m 1699 [Ireland, West Meath County, Moate Friends Meeting]
  • 25 Mar. 1704, reported 25 Mar. 1704 that Simon Hadly the younger was visited, but still unrepentant [Ireland, West Meath County, Moate Friends Meeting]
  • 5 Sep. 1704, regarding the condemnation of Simon Hadly the younger, it was reported 5 Sep. 1704 that the parents "seem to be one with friends in it" [Ireland, West Meath County, Moate Friends Meeting]
  • 4 Aug. 1716, Simon Hadley received 4th 6m 1716 on certificate from Moate Monthly Meeting, Ireland [Pennsylvania, Chadds Ford, Newark (Kennett) Friends Meeting]
  • 3 Nov. 1755, will of Simon Hadley, names: wife Phebe Hadley; children Joshua Hadley, Joseph Hadley, Deborah Howel (wife of Jacob), Hannah Stanfield (widow of John), Ruth Lindley (wife of Thomas), Katherine Johnson (wife of Robert), and Anne Gregg (widow of Richard); grandchildren Simon Hadley (son of Joshua), Jeremiah Hadley (son of Joshua), Elizabeth Thompson (dau. of Joseph and wife of James), Deborah Curle (dau. of Joseph and wife of John), Hannah Curle (dau. of Joseph and wife of Samuel), John Hadley (son of Joseph), Ruth Marshall (dau. of Joshua and wife of John), Thomas Hadley (son of Joshua), Sarah Fred (dau. of Joshua and wife of Joseph), Mary (dau. of Joshua), Joshua Hadley Jr. (son of Joshua), Jeremiah Hadley (son of Joshua), Joseph Hadley Jr. (son of Joshua), Deborah (dau. of Joshua), Hannah (dau. of Joshua), Catherine (dau. of Joshua), Simon Dixon (son of Hannah), Rebecca Marshall (dau. of Hannah and wife of William), Ruth Dixon (dau. of Hannah), John Stanfield Jr. (son of Hannah), Thomas Stanfield (son of Hannah), Samuel Stanfield (son of Hannah), Catherine Lindley (dau. of Ruth), James Lindley (son of Ruth), Simon Lindley (son of Ruth), Ruth Lindley Jr. (dau. of Ruth), Mary Lindley Jr. (dau. of Ruth), Ellenor Lindley (dau. of Ruth), William Lindley (son of Ruth), Thomas Lindley Jr. (son of Ruth), Deborah Lindley, Hannah Taylor (dau. of Katherine and wife of Joseph), Caleb Johnson (son of Katherine), John Johnson (son of Katherine), Freeman Johnson (son of Katherine), Jonathan Johnson (son of Katherine), Isaac Johnson (son of Katherine), Simon Johnson (son of Katherine), Sarah Smith Gregg (dau. of Ann), Jacob Gregg (son of Ann), Ruth Gregg (dau. of Ann), William Gregg (son of Ann), Mirriam Gregg (dau. of Ann), Deborah Gregg (dau. of Ann), Phebe Gregg (dau. of Ann), and Simon Gregg (son of Ann); nephew Thomas Kiernan; wife's children John Buffington, Richard Buffington, Phebe Wall, Peter Buffington, Isaac Buffington, and Joseph Buffington; executors grandson John Hadley, grandson-in-law James Thompson, and friend Daniel Nicholds; overseers friend Benjamin Swett and friend Samuel Gregg [Delaware, New Castle County, Wills]
  • 2 Sep. 1767, will of Phebe Hadley, names: late husband Simon Hadley; children Phebe Wall (wife of John), Nathaniel Buffington, Peter Buffington, son John Buffington (executor); grandchild Frances Buffington; son-in-law Francis Osburn; witnesses: Richard Buffington, Robert Buffington, John Snow [Pennsylvania, Chester County, Wills]
  • "Simon Hadly of Delaware and Pennsylvania", The Pennsylvania Traveler-Post, 16:3, May, 1980. On p. 3-5: gives children of Simon Hadly, and persons named in his will.
  • Hadley, Chalmers, Notes on the Quaker Family of Hadley, 1916. Simon Hadley arrived in Pennsylvania in 1712, purchased land in Steyning Manor, was a trustee for the Friends meeting house in 1713, built his own house in 1717, appointed Justice of the Peace by Governor Fletcher in 1726, served as judge in the New Castle County courts, gave 200 acres in 1726 to his son Joshua, signed the 1734 petition about Pennsylvania-Maryland boundary, wife Ruth died 18th 12m 1750/1, tradition claims he was killed by a servant for his money, also names his children, gives his last will, both Simon and Ruth are buried at New Garden in unmarked graves.
  • Hadley, Harlan V., The Hadleys of Hendricks County, Indiana, 1962. Simon Hadley was among the founders of New Garden Township in 1712, built his house in 1717, his will was recorded in 1756.
  • Healton, Curtis, A Hadley Genealogy, 3 vols., 1974. Simon Hadley came to America in 1712, purchased 1000 acres in Steyning Manor, trustee of New Garden meeting 26th 10m 1717, overseer 28 May 1733, signed petition 13th 3m 1734 on boundary dispute, appointed justice of peace 7-25-1726, reappointed 4-20-1727, and again on 12-1-1733, also a judge of New Castle Courts, built a house in 1717, lists his children, and quotes his last will.
  • Myers, Albert Cook, Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania, 1682-1750, 1902. On p. 132-137, 340: Simon Hadly came from County West Meath and settled in Stenning Manor, which straddled the future Pennsylvania-Delaware state line, was a trustee for the meeting house by deed 26th 10m 1717, which was transferred to the meeting 12 Dec. 1723; recorded children Joseph b. 25th 8m 1698, Deborah b. 25th 2m 1701, Joshua b. 6th 3m 1703, Simon b. 23rd 12m 1704/5 d. 4th 11m 1730/1, Hannah b. 16th 11m 1709/10, Ruth b. 6th 12m 1711/12, Katharine b. 25th 2m 1715, Ann b. 7th 12m 1717/18, mother Ruth d. 18th 12m 1750/1 and buried at New Garden, after which Simon married Phebe, widow of Richard Buffington of Bradford, Chester County.
  • Strieby, Mrs. Irene M., "Simon Hadley and his Descendants", Indiana Magazine of History, 41:3, Sep. 1945. On p. 317-321: Simon Hadley the immigrant arrived in America in 1712, built a house in 1717, was a trustee of the New Garden Meeting House, overseer of the meeting in 1733, appointed justice of the peace in 1726, signed a petition from Concord Quarterly Meeting 13th 3m 1734 regarding the boundary dispute between Pennsylvania and Maryland.

Also available: Pictures of James S. Hadley and family.