Zachariah & Chloe (Albritton) Haddock's MO Descendants
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Descendants of Zachariah Haddock, Sr.
1 Zachariah Haddock, Sr. b: June 10, 1779 in Pitt County, North Carolina d: July 02, 1842 in Eagle Rock, Barry Co., Missouri Burial: July 03, 1842 Haddock Cemetery, Eagle Rock, Barry Co., Missouri +Chloe Albritton aka: Cloey b: March 18, 1784 in Pitt County, North Carolina m: 1803 in Pitt County, NC d: May 22, 1873 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: March 23, 1874 Haddock Cemetery, Eagle Rock, Barry Co., Missouri
2 Louisa Haddock b: December 05, 1804 in Pitt Co., North Carolina
2 David Crenshaw Haddock, Sr. b: March 15, 1806 in Pitt County, North Carolina d: October 08, 1875 in Dalton, Whitfield Co., Georgia Burial: Haddock Family Cemetery, Dalton, Whitfield Co., Georgia +Elizabeth Ault b: 1806 in Roane County, Tennessee m: 1828 in Roane County, Tennessee d: June 28, 1848 in Dalton, Whitfield Co., Georgia Burial: Haddock Family Cemetery, Dalton, Whitfield Co., Georgia *2nd Wife of David Crenshaw Haddock, Sr.: +Selena Bayliss b: Abt. 1820 m: Abt. 1850 d: Bef. 1853 *3rd Wife of David Crenshaw Haddock, Sr.: +Lydia Langley/Longley b: May 13, 1829 in Tennessee m: Abt. 1853 in Whitfield Co., Georgia d: Aft. 1880 in Whitfield Co., Georgia Burial: Haddock Family Cemetery, Dalton, Whitfield Co., Georgia
2 Treacy Haddock b: January 22, 1808 in Pitt County, North Carolina d: Bet. 1850 - 1860 in Barry Co., Missouri +John Burnett b: Abt. 1808 in Virginia m: Abt. 1828 in Campbell Co., TN d: Bet. 1838 - 1840 in Barry Co., Missouri
2 Sirena Sircona Haddock b: June 08, 1810 in Pitt Co., North Carolina
2 Zachariah Haddock, Jr. b: April 02, 1812 in Pitt Co., North Carolina d: Abt. 1857 in Missouri +Nancy b: Abt. 1812 in Tennessee m: Abt. 1830 in Campbell County, TN d: Bef. 1880 in Missouri - May be other spouses.
2 Greenberry Haddock b: January 29, 1815 in Knox Co., KY d: November 23, 1864 in Eagle Rock, Barry Co., Missouri Burial: Eagle Rock, Barry Co., Missouri +Amanda B. Smith b: December 17, 1820 in Illinois m: November 17, 1842 in Barry Co., Missouri d: 1861 in Eagle Rock, Barry Co., Missouri Burial: Eagle Rock, Barry Co., Missouri
2 Unice Mariah Haddock aka: Nicey b: February 20, 1817 in Knox Co., Kentucky d: March 18, 1870 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: Russell farm, Roaring River State Park, Barry County, MO +Milo Butler Russell b: January 17, 1812 in Ashtabula, Ashtabula County, OH m: July 07, 1841 in Barry Co., Missouri d: August 23, 1873 in Barry Co., Missouri Burial: Russell farm, Roaring River State Park, Barry County, MO
2 Lewis Haddock b: March 22, 1819 in Knox Co., KY d: November 23, 1854 in Barry Co., Missouri [Estate Date] +Mary Jane Lee aka: Jane b: 1829 in Tennessee m: June 28, 1846 in Barry Co., Missouri d: Aft. 1860 in Barry Co., Missouri
2 Nancy Haddock b: October 19, 1821 in Campbell Co., Tennessee d: Bet. 1871 - 1880 in Barry County, MO +James H. Bowlin b: Abt. 1811 in Kentucky m: January 27, 1842 in Barry Co., Missouri d: Bet. 1861 - 1870 in Barry County, MO
2 Mary Haddock b: October 29, 1826 in Campbell Co., Tennessee d: October 18, 1910 in Flat Creek Twp., Barry Co., Missouri Burial: Oak Hill, Cassville Cemetery, Cassville, Barry Co., Missouri +John Ireland b: April 28, 1817 in Tennessee m: October 25, 1846 in Barry Co., Missouri d: May 13, 1862 in Flat Creek Twp., Barry Co., Missouri Burial: Oak Hill, Cassville Cemetery, Cassville, Barry Co., Missouri Go to Ireland Family Page
Document: [Family Bible] Children of Zachariah and Chloe (Albritton) Haddock as listed in Zachariah's Bible: Page 1 and Page 2 of the Bible. Lucy Ledford Toney took the photos of Zachariah's Bible and they are the property of Jackie DeFoor.
1. Louisa Haddock, b. Dec 5, 1804;
2. David Crenshaw Haddock, b. 15 Mar 1806,
3. Treacy Haddock, b. January 22, 1808;
4. Sirena Haddock, b. June 8, 1810;
5. Zachariah Haddock, Jr., b. Apr 2, 1812;
6. Greenberry Haddock, b. Jan 29, 1815;
7. Unice "Nicy" Haddock, b. Feb 20,1817;
8. Lewis Haddock, b. Mar 22, 1819;
9. Nancy Haddock, b. Oct 19, 1821;
10. Mary Haddock, Oct 29, 1826.
From the files of Lucy (Ledford) Howard Toney, Jackie DeFoor, and Darla Marbut.
Zachariah married Chloe or Cloey Albritton in 1803 Pitt County, North Carolina. She was the daughter of Peter & Unice (Taylor) Albritton, Jr. (Deed Book DD, Pitt County, North Carolina page 327 dated Mar 9, 1807.) Cloey was born Mar 18, 1784 in North Carolina and died May 22, 1873 in Barry Co., MO.
Zachariah died June 2, 1842, and is thought to be buried in the Haddock Cemetery near the lake, which is at Eagle Rock, Missouri, but there is no marker for his grave. However there are many fieldstone marked graves. Darla Marbut, a descendant of Zachariah, indicated that after Zachariah's death, Cloey Haddock continued to live in their house with their son Lewis Haddock and his wife Jane Lee Haddock. Lewis Haddock died Nov 23, 1854 and is buried in the same cemetery as his father. Cloey went to live with her daughter, Unice (Nicey) Haddock Russell (Mrs. Milo B.) on the banks of Roaring River. She lived with Nicey from about 1853 until her death Nov 23, 1873. Nicey died in 1870 and Nicey's husband, Milo, had died in August of 1873. Cloey died later in November of 1873 and was buried beside Nicey and Milo in their garden near the house. See the photo of the Russell homestead down below. The Russell home place was on the banks of Roaring River.
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Sidney Russell - M. Sidney Russell b. June 01, 1841 d. January 21, 1888, married Margaret Russell February 22, 1866, Barry Co., MO and after his death she married William Marshall Carlin. William was first married to Nancy Haddock. Sidney Russell was a descendant of Zachariah Haddock. Sidney is buried at Munsey Cemetery, below Roaring River State Park, Barry County, MO. This is a photo of the Russells and where they lived. It was provided by Darla Marbut. Margaret married William Marshall Carlin after his wife, Nancy Haddock, died. She is buried at New Site.
Jasper Newton Skelton and Julia Russell - provided by Darla Marbut. They married December 28, 1866 in Barry Co., MO and are buried at Munsey Cemetery, below Roaring River State Park, Barry County, MO. She was a descendant of Zachariah and Chloe (Albritton) Haddock. Photo from the files of Darla Marbut.
Haddock Cemetery, located near Eagle Rock in Barry Co., MO, is the alleged burial spot of Zachariah Haddock. Also buried there are Boon[e] Haddock, descendant of Charles & Sarah (Collins) Haddock, Jr. and his wife Columbia Russell, a descendant of Zachariah and Chloe (Albritton) Haddock, and some Haddock babies. That cemetery is thought to have been one of the earliest burying grounds of the first settlers who came to the Eagle Rock area. There are many unmarked graves located there.
Columbia Cornelia Russell married Boon Haddock in Barry Co., MO, on Feb 15, 1866. Photo from the files of Darla Marbut
Unice Mariah Haddock and Milo Butler Russell married July 07, 1841 in Barry Co. ,MO. They are buried within the grounds of Roaring River State Park on the Russell home place. Photo from the files of Darla Marbut
Barry Co., MO Haddock Families, by Darla Marbut
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This is the story of my great-great grandfather, Milo Russell, who is said to have hidden in a cave on his own land. He did this to keep from being killed either by bushwhackers or armies of the North or South during the Civil War. The story was handed down through the generations in the Edward and Mary Elizabeth (Russell) Easley family and my mother, Faye Maloney Ball told it to me. I wrote the story in the early 1970's in our book, "Our Easleys"
From the book "Our Easleys" by Darla (Ball) Gaede Marbut, page 185. "During the Civil War there were outlaws called bushwhackers who roamed the country side looting and robbing. When the bushwhackers came they would murder or beat the old men who were left home during the Civil War. Milo was often ill and being over 50 was considered old. He would hide in a cave on the steep hillside across the river from their home. Nicey, Milo's wife would ride a tame calf to the cave to take him food as the bushwhackers would follow horse tracks. Mary, his daughter, said Milo did not hide there all the time, just when there were rumors of bushwhackers being in the vicinity."
In the fall of 2002, cousins, Jim and Margie Ball, my husband, Gary Marbut and I - Darla - climbed the hillside to the cave. There is a huge overhang of cliff in front of the entrance to the cave. You can't see the entrance until you are directly in front it. Through the years the cave entrance has filled with dirt and rocks that have fallen. In order to get in the cave room, you have to crawl being careful not to hit your head on the ceiling. The naturalist at the Roaring River State Park said they call it the Cave of the Winds. I called it Grandpa Russell's Cave. Unice "Nicey" Haddock Russell was the daughter of Zachariah and Chloe Albritton Haddock. Milo, Nicey and Chloe are buried near where their home was on what is now the Roaring River State Park. [From the files of Darla Marbut]
Editor's note: The research files and family lore of Darla Marbut is very important to the Haddock family files. She has spent many years researching and collecting data about the Haddock family.
This photo is of the Russell home place of Milo and Unice "Nicey" (Haddock) Russell looking much as it would have looked after they had lived there for awhile. One of the buildings is the original log cabin, they lived in until the larger house could be built.
To the right side of the house there is a porch. It is thought it covered a stone lined cellar. The stone lined cellar can still be seen at the Roaring River State Park. Because of the danger of people falling into the old cistern, it was destroyed when the new road was made into the new tombstone for Milo Russell and his wife Unice "Nicey", and her mother Chloe (Mrs. Zachariah) Haddock.
For many years, the road was on the other side of the house in this picture. It went on to what later became Eagle Rock and the Arkansas line crossing Roaring River several times. In later years there was a general store in the house. When my mother, Faye Maloney Ball, was a teenager (1930's) she worked for the Scott Elting family who owned the house. She said there were large fields of vegetables near the house. [From the files of Darla Marbut]
Editor's Note: The book, Haddock Heritage Second Edition, has many pages concerning the Zachariah Haddock family. Some of the data above was taken from the text. [Donna Haddock Cooper]
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