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 John & Nancy (Haddock) Easley - Boone Co., MO

 John Taylor Haddock  - McDonald Co., MO

 Joel & "Penny" (Haddock) Petty -  Bourbon Co., KS

Joel Hayden & "Penny" (Haddock) Petty - McDonald Co., MO

 William & Mary (Collins) Haddock - Osage Co., OK

 William & Mary (Collins) Haddock - Lubbock Co., TX

William & Mary (Collins) Haddock's Families

 Charles & Sarah (Collins) Haddock, Jr. - Barry Co., MO

Charles & Susan (Meyers/Moyers) (Rumbaugh) Haddock, Jr. - Barry Co., MO

Samuel  & 1. Evaline "Eva" (Woods) & 2. Gertrude (Addington) Haddock  - Barry County, MO 

George Rittenhour Haddock - Barry County, MO

Charles and Penelope (Mills) Haddock's Descendants in OK

Boon Haddock and family

Cemetery Stones Needed


MT ORUM, REDFIELD, BOURBON CO., KANSAS

 (the row that has the Haddock graves)

HADDOCK PLAT BETWEEN FLAT STONE OF JOEL AND "PENNY" (HADDOCK) PETTY AND THE CEDAR TREE

                          

From Haddock Heritage, Second Edition, Published 2003: The Petty family and the Charles Haddock, Sr., family were among the organizers of MT. Orum Baptist Church at Redfield, Kansas. The cemetery plat records stated: Mrs Haddoc, Charlie Haddock, Lizie, daughter of Mr Joel Pettie, Natan Pettie, and Joel's daughter. Mrs. Malissa Larew, Mrs Nancy Colt, Mrs. Penelope Pettie, Phoebe Milendes in Sect No 5, Blk 1, Lot 1. On isle between lots one and two was Mrs. Sarah Jones Correll and the two children listed as A. Lance and William Branch. Charter members of MT Orum Baptist Church were Nathan and Rachel Haddock, Lyscum Petty, Phebe F. Petty, Penelope Petty and J. H. Petty.


Probate Records, Boone Co., MO [Ref: # 1877], John Easley, administer granted Sept 5, 1859. Heirs: William Haddock, Charles Haddock, Nathaniel Haddock, John Haddock, and Allen Haddock, Joel H. Petty who married Penelope and resided in Kansas Territory. The unknown heirs of Sarah Dawson who are grandchildren and reside in MO. Moss Easley, Elizabeth Easley, Henry Easley, John Easley. Grandchildren are of Boone Co., MO. (John Easley and Nancy Haddock Easley's children) Nancy was given as a daughter of Charles. 

And also, in 1812, a deed was located, which, in abstract, reads Charles Haddock Oct 12, 1812, gives Power of Attorney to Nasby Mills to collect money due him in the state of North Carolina. Book B., Page 220. The war service record data reads: Charles Haddock served War of 1812, Pvt KY, 2nd Inf. Vol. And also, another deed was located, dated 1815. The abstract reads: Thomas and Jimah Gregory to Charles Haddock June 23, 1815, 50 acres on Stinking Creek, Knox Co. Book B., page 354.


From Haddock Heritage, Second Edition, Pub 2003:

In 1810, Charles and Penny had not removed to Knox County, because they relocated with Nasby Mills and Esther Haddock. Located among the Craven Co., NC, marriages was the marriage of Nasby and Esther - which was dated 1810.

Then when Anthony Mills made his will, he named Penny Haddock, his daughter. It reads: In the name of God amen, I Anthony Mills of the state of North Carolina, Craven County, being of sound and perfect mind and memory, blessed be to God on this September the 20th day eighteen hundred and six make and publish this my last will and testament in manner following that is to say: First, I give and bequeath to my son Nasby Mills all my lands, houses, orchards and all other privileges, also my stock of all kinds after my decease, also I give my daughter Mary Mills one feather bed and furniture after my decease. Also I give to my daughter Mimmy [this was Jemima] Mills, one feather bed and furniture at my decease. Also I give to my son Nasby all my remaining property at my decease. Also, I give to my son John Mills, deceased, his heirs with what he has had, one shilling. Also I give to my son Anthony Mills, deceased, his heirs with what he has had, one shilling. Also, I give to my daughter Elizabeth Buck, deceased, her heirs with what she has had, one shilling. Also I give to my daughter Sarah Hardy with what she has had, one shilling. Also, I give to my son Frederick Mills, with what he has had, one shilling. Also, I give to my daughter Penny Haddock, one feather bed and furniture and one cow after my decease. I make and ordain my son Nasby Mills ... Craven Co., NC. Will Book, B: 311. Written 1806, proved June term 1808.


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Descendants of Charles Haddock, Sr.

1 Charles Haddock, Sr. b: Abt. 1784 in Pitt County, North Carolina d: September 06, 1859 in Redfield, Bourbon Co., KS Burial: Mt Orum, Redfield, Bourbon Co., KS [no stone] +Penelope Mills b: Abt. 1784 in Craven County, North Carolina m: 1804 in Pitt County, North Carolina d: in Redfield, Bourbon County, Kansas Burial: Mt Orum, Redfield, Bourbon Co., KS [no stone]

2 William Haddock b: October 27, 1805 in Pitt County, North Carolina d: 1866 in Barry Co., Missouri [Probate Date] +Mary Collins aka: Polly b: Abt. 1817 in Warren Co., KY m: October 27, 1834 in Lexington, Lafayette Co., MO d: Aft. 1880 in Erath County, Texas [Some descendants are in Lubbock Co., TX]

2 Nancy Haddock b: July 23, 1807 in Pitt Co., North Carolina d: March 18, 1852 in Boone County, Missouri +John Easley b: June 13, 1808 in Kentucky m: July 18, 1828 in Boone County, Missouri d: April 12, 1866 in Boone County, Missouri

2 Charles Haddock, Jr. b: 1809 in Pitt Co., North Carolina d: July 16, 1862 in Near Garfield, Benton Co., AR Burial: New Site Cemetery, Capps Creek Twp., Barry Co., MO  +Sarah Collins b: Abt. 1815 in Warren Co., Kentucky m: August 14, 1830 in Boone Co., Missouri d: Abt. January 1851 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: New Site Cemetery, Capps Creek Twp., Barry Co., MO *2nd Wife of Charles Haddock, Jr.: +Susan Moyers b: April 25, 1823 in Armstrong County, PA m: March 1852 in Barry Co., Missouri d: December 23, 1900 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: New Site Cemetery, Barry Co., MO

2 John Taylor Haddock b: 1813 in Pitt Co., North Carolina d: Aft. 1882 in Bethpage, McDonald Co., Missouri Burial: Aft. 1882 Union Cemetery, McDonald Co., Missouri +Catherine Dawson b: 1819 in Knox Co., Kentucky m: November 18, 1834 in Boone Co., MO d: 1861 in Bethpage, McDonald Co., Missouri Burial: Bethpage Cemetery, McDonald Co., Missouri *2nd Wife of John Taylor Haddock: +Julia Ann Hawkins b: January 1832 in Kansas m: 1864 in Bourbon Co., Kansas d: Aft. 1882 in McDonald Co., Missouri Burial: Union Cemetery, McDonald Co., Missouri

2 Sarah Haddock b: 1815 in Knox County, Kentucky d: Bef. 1859 +Alexander Dawson b: Abt. 1815 m: September 15, 1835 in Boone Co., MO

2 Penelope Haddock b: June 09, 1818 in Knox Co., Kentucky d: Aft. 1860 in Redfield, Bourbon Co., Kansas Burial: Mt Orum Cemetery, Redfield, Bourbon Co., Kansas +Joel Hayden Petty b: September 11, 1815 in Kentucky m: December 07, 1837 in Barry Co., Missouri d: February 19, 1863 in Kansas City, Leavenworth Co., Kansas Burial: Mt Orum Cemetery, Redfield, Bourbon Co., Kansas

2 Nathan Haddock b: 1821 in Boone County, Missouri d: May 1876 in Farmington, Washington County, AR +Virginia Ann Chuning b: Abt. 1823 in Illinois m: March 15, 1843 in Barry Co., Missouri d: Abt. 1855 in Barry Co., Missouri  *2nd Wife of Nathan Haddock: +Rachel Obedience Rosebloom b: December 11, 1834 in Holland, Pemiscot Co., Missouri m: August 27, 1857 in Barry Co., Missouri d: October 06, 1901 in Farmington, Washington County, AR

2 Allen Haddock b: March 25, 1823 in Boone Co., Missouri d: Aft. 1880 in Lincoln Co., Missouri +Frances Townsel aka: Franky b: Abt. 1823 in Kentucky m: May 10, 1846 in Jasper County, MO d: Bet. 1860 - 1880 in Missouri

              

In the front entry was this listing of charter members on the front wall. This stone has a name etched on it, but I can not seem to read it. Please let me know what you think it reads, because it was near where our family is buried.

The spelling was given to me as Mt Oram by the family but it really is Mt Orum.


Editor's Note: The book, Haddock Heritage Second Edition, has many pages concerning the Charles Haddock family. Some of the data above was taken from the text. [Donna Haddock Cooper]


Job Catt

1870 Federal Population Schedules, US Census, Sheridan Twp., Crawford County, KS, family 49, enumerated 7/19/1870. Microfilm M593, roll 431; Job Catt, was listed as the head of household and as age 23, farmer, real-estate $1000 personal $200, born IN; Jane Catt, age 19, keeping house, born MO; Joanne Catt, age 3/12, born in KS; Michael Catt, age 75, personal $800, born KY. Michael Catt, Jr., age 20, Teamster, personal $300, born IN.

1880 Federal Population Schedules, US Census, Howard, Elk County, Kansas; Job Cat, head of household, age 31, born in IN, was listed as a farmer. His father was born in KY and his mother in Scotland. One child was listed Annie Cat, daughter, age 10, born in KS.

Nancy Jane Petty married Job Catt, not Colt as listed in earlier research.  
 
Job Catt was born at Vincennes, Indiana on April 5, 1849. When he was about 6 years old, the family moved to Jefferson County, Kansas. At about the age of 12, he was hired by the wagon master of a wagon train as a messenger boy. He told me that a wagon train was made up of 25 wagons, each drawn by 4 oxen. These wagons were assembled at Leavenworth, Kansas and hauled supplies to points between Leavenworth and Santa Fe. He made several of these trips.

During the Civil War he was teamster for the Union Army. After the Battle of Pea Ridge, Job was captured by the Confederates and spent 9 months as a prisoner, most of the time at Tyler, Texas. He was in group that was exchanged for Confederate prisoners held by the Union Army. This exchange took place at New Orleans. As part of the exchanged agreement the men had to agree not to fight in the war after their release. After returning home he joined an expedition that was to lay out a road from Leavenworth, Kansas to Oregon Territory. The guide got lost and the men were ordered to build a fort where they were. It was named Fort Laramie. After being there for better than a year he took sick and returned to Kansas and began farming in Jefferson County; there he got married. His wife died giving birth to a daughter, Annie.

After Annie married Luther Connley, Job took Francis Knox as his wife. From this union 3 children were born, Charles Lewellen, Myrtle Mae and Hershell Sam.

In 1894 he bought the right to "prove-up" the homestead that his nephew had staked out during the run. This land was located about 8 miles north of Stillwater, in Payne County, Oklahoma on Long Branch Creek. He lived there until May 13, 1913 when he passed away." Charles L. Catt 

From the files of Carl Henson
 


 

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