Am trying to tie my Hadlocks from Missouri into the New England group. Corresponded years ago with Lindie Bliss. Samuel Hardin Hadlock born 19 Feb 1801 in Seneca co NY. His wife was Mary Ann Eliza Owen born 10 Mar 1807 Mansfield, Tolland, CN. We believe Samuel's father was David born 1767 Seneca/ Schuyler co NY. Could not find any info on David in Seneca NY. David's children were: Lydia, Samuel, David, Benjamin, Betsy, and Willard. Hope someone can help here. My email is Paige.email@example.com
Paige, it's been years! The families of David are not correct. There are daughters buried next to their father, David, and they are not listed as Davids children on the Mormon genealogies! There must be 2 Davids. One died in Ill. 5 Jan 1872 and ours died in Mo. 24 Dec 1863. They are probably cousins since they both came from NY. There are Hadlocks from the south and the fact that census takers wrote their name as Headlock might mean some family was there and came north again later. I have a new lead... write me back at Blissful8@juno.com
David Hadlock was my great 5x grandfather. His son was Samuel Hardin Hadlock.
His son was Samuel Hardin Hadlock, Jr., who married Juliette Savage (Sauvage originally).
Their daughter Mary Ann Hadlock was my great grandmother who married John Thomas Eagon.
The information I found was: David was born about 1771 in NY and died 12-24-1863 in Bolivar, Polk Co., Missouri. He married Elizabeth Street abt. 1799 in Catherine, Schuyler, NY. Elizabeth was born 7-20-1775 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut, and died Woodford Co., Illinois.
Their children were:
Samuel Hardin Hadlock
Betsy Eliza Hadlock
Willard Hadlock, b: abt. 1815 Catherine, Schuyler, NY
I have no info on David's parents.
It seems we are fairly -close cousins. I descend through Mary Ann and John Thomas Eagon's dau. Lillie, who was my gt-grma. (Margie is my grandma)
P. Elmore is also working on David Hadlock. Hopefully we will get our David's straightened out soon and be able to go back a few more generations...Am going to National Archived to dig around. Thanks for the response. Paige
It is nice to find relatives! My grandma
Nora Glover, who is May Elizabeth Eagon's (Lillie Eagon's sister) daughter wrote a book about her life. In it it says: Our first teacher was our Aunt Lillie Eagon, mother's sister. And she gave us to understand we had to be good, so people wouldn't accuse her of being better to us than the other boys and girls. The school was called the Ratliff and had grades one up to and including the eighth. With 30 or 40 children, first to eighth grade was taught.
Another section says: The Eagons were short people. Mother (May), Jessie and Grandpa Eagon (John Thomas) were only five feet tall. The others were shorter. Aunt Lillie said if she ever weighed 100 lbs. it would scare her so she never would weigh that again!
I think I have a five generation picture which has Mary Ann Hadlock Eagon and my great grandma May Eagon Glover in it. I could send you a copy if you forward your address to me. I don't have a scanner so I can't attach it to an email message. I also have a picture that has Mary Ann Hadlock Eagon's mother Juliette Sauvage (Savage)in it along with May, my grandma Nora and my dad. S. Allen
Thanks for the note. I loved the stories you told about the Eagon's. I have a picture somewhere of Lillie and her school. Someone circled all her younger brother's and sister's on it. There is a picture of everyone all dressed up in front of the house, too. That's funny to hear about how short the Eagon's were. It makes sense now why my grandma Juliette Marjorie Taft (Margie) was so proud of being 5' and 1/2". She always included that half inch. I met Aunt Nellie once when I was really small. I remember being afraid of her because she was so old, but she was really nice. My cousin Rebecca has a video I'm trying to get a copy of with gt Grandma Lillie on it. It was just a few years before she passed away. She was so tiny.
Let me know if you want a copy of those pictures. I'm not sure where they are right now. We moved not too long ago and I haven't even made my way down to the (dungeon yet) basement. Everything is in gian disorderly piles... yuck!
I'd love to have a copy of the pictures you mentioned. I almost forgot the most important one I have. I have a picture of the Eagon women and also my great uncle Leonard Glover and Rocoa or Roscoe Eagon. The women in the picture are May Eagon Glover, Orpha Meyers (I'm not sure who she is), Julia Eagon Larimore, Amy Eagon Redd, Juliette Sauvage Hadlock, Verna Canbell Eagon (Jessie Eagon's wife), and Lillie Eagon Taft. I think I can have my son scan the picture and email it to you if you want.
He has the original. also, do you have birth/death dates for Julia Eagon Larimore, Jessie Eagon, Amy Eagon Redd, Joe Eagon, Nora Eagon, and Nellie Eagon Larimore/Green?
The only dates I have are for May and Lillie.
Eagon pictures-and dates...
Thanks so much for the email. I don't have the picture you are talking about and would love a copy. I'm looking for mine. I have several to send. I love the one in front of the school.
I don't have all the dates on this family, but I do have some. Nora was one and a half when she died. I don't have May's birth and death, and marriage dates... Could you send them to me?
Jesse Eagon born about 1881 Halfway, Polk, MO
Married Verna Campbell.
Julia Eagon born 11 September 1884 Halfway Polk, MO
Married Perry Larrimore
Amy "Belle" Eagon
abt 1887 Halfway, Polk, MO
Died 8 Aug 1914 was 40 years old.
Married Oliver Redd.
Joseph Aurther Eagon 7 Jan 1890 Halfway, Polk, MO
Died 15 Sep 1976 Winneconne, Winnebago, WI
Married Belle Stutzman 5 Nov 1910 Bolivar,Polk, MO
Nora Eagon about 1892 Halfway, Polk, MO
Died age 1 1/2 Polk, MO
Nellie Erma Eagon born 22 Sep 1894 Halfway, Polk, MO
Married Lamaline Larimore
Married 2nd marriage -----McClellan
That's all I have so far. I got most of that from Burdette Eagon (Joe's son) in 1982. I don't know if he is still living. He was the Dean of University in WI.
Hope this information will add to yours...
May Elizabeth Eagon was born April 6, 1875 in Missouri. She died in 1959 (I haven't found her exact death date yet)in Tekoa, Whitman Co, Washington. She married Wesley Benton Glover June 19 or 20, 1894 in Halfway, Polk Co, Missouri. Wesley was born Jan. or April 11, 1870 in Polk Co, Missouri and died in 1935 of mouth cancer (he smoked a pipe). Both of them are buried in Goldenrod Cemetery, Tekoa, Whitman Co, Washington, which is about 14 miles from where I live.
Their children are:
Willard Alva, born April 9, 1895 in MO. Married to Mary Croy.
Nora Elva (my grandma) born Aug. 4,1896 in Polk Co, MO. Married to Andreas (Andrew)
Fritz Otto Brede Dec. 23, 1916 in Spokane, Spokane Co, Washington. She died Jan. 3, 1987 in Spokane, Spokane Co, Washington. They both are buried at Goldenrod Cemetery also. Their children are: Henry Benton Brede (my dad) born oct. 9, 1917 on the Coeur d'Alene Indian Reservation, Benewah Co,
Idaho. Elva Mae Brede Hammond/Meyers, born in 1918 Benewah Co, Idaho. Jack Andrew Brede, married Anita Kneale of Tekoa, Washington. Twins Rena Myrene and Ruth Irene, born near Latah, Spokane Co, Washington. Rena died of scarlet fever when she was one year old. Ruth is still living in Bellingham, Washington. Jack is living in Liberty Lake, Washington. Henry and Elva are both deceased. Rena, Henry and Elva are also buried at Goldenrod Cemetery. I don't have exact birthdates for my aunts and uncle yet.
Howard Alva Glover, born Feb. 28, 1902 in Missouri. Married Louise _______. Buried at cemetery in St. Maries, Benewah Co, Idaho.
Leonard Benton Glover, born Nov. 5, 1903 in Missouri. Married Fern _____. Son Fred.
Obie Clifford Glover, born Aug. 10, 1907 in Missouri. Died in the early 1970's in St. Maries, Benewah Co, Idaho. Wife Marian ____.
3 daughters - Genevieve, Kai and Carol.
John Newton Bernard, born 1916 in Missouri.
Married Ellen ______. No children. Still living in Kennewick, Washington.
If there's anything else you need let me know.
Looking for Stutzman data. Belle Stutzman was the aunt of my uncle Stewart Stutzman. Would like to trade info with you.