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Alford S. Hadden of 1860s

Alford S. Hadden of 1860s

James Benson (View posts)
Posted: 29 Oct 1998 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Hadden
The Alford Sidney Hadden family is reported to have lived in Parowan, Iron County around 1860. He is my second great grandfather and I would like to find out more about hin.

Alford Sidney Hadden (b 1813) (Mt. Sterling KY>UT)

d hadden (View posts)
Posted: 24 Jan 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Biography
Edited: 16 Dec 2004 9:33AM GMT
Surnames: Hadden, Carter, Hall
The Family History Library in Salt Lake City has a biography of Alfred Sidney Hadden containing his entire history dating back to his grandfather Samuel Hadden in th 1700's in Kentucky. This history tells how Alfred helped to build the rock church in Parowan, Iron County. It is fascinating and has dates, children, et. I don't have a good copy of this history. It is on microfilm. We found the copy of this by searching in the family histories section of the Family Search computers at the library. I have seen both spellings of Alfred and Alford but mostly have seen Alfred. I'm sure it is the same person. Alfred had three wives. Julia Ann Hall, Mary Caroline Carter, and Sarah Ann Carter. His father's name was Samuel Hadden and mother's name was Mary. Grandfather was also Samuel and grandmother is also Mary. There seems to be confusion after this due to the fact that the Mt. Sterling, Montgomery County, KY records were burned during the civil war. Alfred was born January 13, 1813 Mt. Sterling, Montgomery, KY. He is my husband's third great-grandfather.

Re: Alford S. Hadden & Sarah Ann Carter of 1860s

Clea Anderson (View posts)
Posted: 4 Dec 2004 5:50AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 16 Dec 2004 9:30AM GMT
Surnames: Hadden, Carter
Was just reading the message board and found that you are also related to Alfred Sidney Hadden. He is also my second great grandfather and Sarah Ann Carter. Please let me know if I can help you in any way or my mother because she has more information than what I have.

Re: Alford S. Hadden & Carter wives of 1860s

James Benson (View posts)
Posted: 4 Dec 2004 2:38PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 16 Dec 2004 9:31AM GMT
Surnames: Hadden, Carter
Would very much like to know if you have any information as to where he is buried, or any journals or histories by him or about him. We know his wives, Sarah Ann Carter and Mary Carolyn Carter (sisters) are both buried in Parowan, together with two of Mary Carolyn's children. We've heard stories about where he was buried, but have been unable to verify anything. Any help you could give us would be appreciated.

Re: Alford S. Hadden (buried 1895) Castle Dale, Emery, Utah

Posted: 28 Feb 2005 8:48AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 29 Jun 2005 12:19PM GMT
Surnames: Hadden
Could the Alfred S. Hadden you are looking for be the one buried 30 APR 1895 Castle Dale, Emery, Utah?
I too am searching for information about the Alfred S. Hadden family. In particular a daughter of another wife (Julia Ann Hall) named Mary Catherine. Any information you might have would be appreciated!

Re: Alford S. Hadden of 1860s

Posted: 27 Jul 2008 5:12AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi James, Alfred Sidney Hadden Is also my second great grandfather. I do have some information on him and his decendants. I am also looking for information on his grandfather and grandmother Samuel and Mary Carmel Hadden. You can contact me at this e-mail:cathomemaker2000@yahoo.com

Re: Alford S. Hadden of 1860s

Posted: 15 Jan 2013 9:57PM GMT
Classification: Query
I hope this helps I found this today.

http://www.montgomerycounty.ky.gov/about.htm


Most of the time trying to find the history of the area helps.


Re: Alford S. Hadden of 1860s

Posted: 15 Jan 2013 10:03PM GMT
Classification: Query
I hope this helps I found this today.

http://www.montgomerycounty.ky.gov/about.htm


Most of the time trying to find the history of the area helps.


I almost forgot, find the notes of the folks that named towns and also, find what state may have been holding those records. sorry I forgot to add something I don't know if this will show twice. I'm on the Hart - King - Dodge - Hofhiens Hadden line. Yep if they had half of a chance to think they would have moved those records before someone stormed those main places. Today they may be in those caverns down under ground you know about those long many miles long caverns where they keep all our data. Mom used to talk about those. Someday there I'm sure it will all fit on a disk but not yet.

Re: Alford S. Hadden of 1860s

Posted: 11 Feb 2013 5:14AM GMT
Classification: Query

Written by Dee Dee Joan Marie Fountain of Sacramento California 916 446 7063.
Hi I'm Joan Fountain and am told that Alford S. Hadden is my Ancestor, and I went a head to get my DNA done, I wanted to find my Hall Ancestor. I was told that Hadden married someone named Hall.
I’m hoping that with the DNA system that they have now anyone that is related to those lines back in Ky will be able to see a match if they have their DNA done. I’m also a Quinn and there is a huge DNA drive to get all the Quinn families of Ireland’s DNA done because someone says they have one of the larger families in Ireland.

Re: Alford S. Hadden of 1860s

Posted: 17 Aug 2013 11:32PM GMT
Classification: Query
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