1 edition of The Hadleys of Hendricks County, Indiana found in the catalog.
Jeremiah Hadley (1777-1846) married Mary Hornaday, and their children were born in Guilford County, North Carolina. The family then moved to Hendricks County, Indiana. Jeremiah was a descendant in the fourth generation of Simon Hadley II, who immigrated from Ireland to Delaware. Descendants and relatives of Simon II and Jeremiah lived in Delaware, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Missouri and elsewhere.
|Statement||edited and published by Harlan V. Hadley|
|LC Classifications||BX7791.H16 H16|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 119, 23, 3,  pages ;|
|Number of Pages||119|
- A booklet about Hendricks County containing numerous pictures from the era. Invitation to attend the dedication of the new Courthouse () - A small invitation booklet for the 9/8/ dedication of the Hendricks County Courthouse (which is the current Courthouse). Eunice (Hadley) Clark 07 Oct Hadley, Hendricks County, Indiana, USA - 18 Sep Annie Mendenhall (Hadley) Read 09 Oct Clinton, Ohio, United States - 12 Feb managed by Billie Walsh. Edwin William Hadley 16 May Ohio, United States - 09 Oct
Hendricks County, Indiana Part of The USGenWeb Project The Archives section of the Hendricks County Government's website has digitized this ledger book. to John Wright Appleby Sarah Catharine 9 January indentured to Job Hadley Appleby William Nathan 9 January indentured to Job Hadley Barker Mary Francis 4 December Scope and Contents The collection includes a typescript family history entitled "Curtis Family History." The history begins in the year with Lottie Relander's great-great grandfather, who lived in Virginia in the early s, and concludes with the marriage of Mary Gregg, Lottie Relander's mother, to Charles Relander, an immigrant from Sweden living in Danville, Indiana.
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The Hadleys of Hendricks County, Indiana: a genealogy of the ancestors and descendants of Jeremiah and Mary (Hornaday) Hadley together with notes on the religion, society, history, geography and economy of their times and places by Hadley, Harlan vanVactor, editorPages: The Hadleys of Hendricks County, Indiana: a genealogy of the ancestors and descendants of Jeremiah and Mary (Hornaday) Hadley together with notes on the religion, society, history, geography and economy of their times and places (Book, ) .
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History of Hendricks County, Indiana her people, industries and institutions by John Vestal Hadley Published by B.F. Bowen & Co. in Indianapolis, Ind. History of Hendricks County, Indiana: Her People, Industries and Institutions John Vestal Hadley B.F.
Bowen & Company, Incorporated, - Hendricks County (Ind.) - pages. History of Hendricks County, Indiana, her people, industries and institutions by Hadley, John Vestal, order) of Hendricks County’s Records of Indentures, Apprentices and Poor Children Book No.
1, which covers to The abstracts are brief summaries of the information that is included in each indenture record but you should consult the actual book to view all the details. Samuel Jessup was the first justice of the peace in Guilford township and in Hendricks county.
He was elected in the autumn ofunder the jurisdiction of Morgan county, to which Hendricks county was attached for two years for judicial purposes before its organization. Jessup was elected by the first political campaign in the county.
Hadley, Hendricks County, Indiana, USA Show Map. Memorials: added (86% photographed) Share. Add Favorite. Cemetery; Photos ; Map; This cemetery is on the west side of W, just south of the railroad tracks and behind (west) of the church.
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Excerpt from History of Hendricks County, Indiana: He. Hadley: Basic Facts & Information. Hadley (GNIS FID: ) is a populated place located within the Township of Marion, a minor civil division (MCD) of Hendricks County.
The elevation of Hadley is feet. Hadley appears on the Clayton U.S. Geological Survey Map. Hendricks County is in the Eastern Time Zone (UTC -5 hours). This is a wonderful book for anyone doing genealogy research in Hendricks Co.
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Elias Hadley owned property in Hendricks County, Indiana by He was married to Lucinda Hadley, and had at least seven daughters: Sophronia Ballard, Nancy M.
Green, Mary Harden, Jane Green, Emma Wees, Susan Green, and Adalene Hadley. Elias Hadley also had at least two sons, Enos and Hiram. Buy History of Hendricks County, Indiana, Her People, Industries and Institutions by Hadley, John Vestal online on at best prices.
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The official website of Hendricks County, Indiana. Skip over navigation. Hendricks County, Indiana The official government website for Hendricks County, Indiana HADLEY, PAUL. HADLEY, PAUL CFA - 1 JAN.
HADLEY, PAUL CFA - 4 APR PRE-PRIMARY. HADLEY, PAUL CFA -4 JAN ANNUAL. Located in west central Indiana, Hendricks County is unique in that it is the only "Hendricks County" in the United States.
The earliest pioneers entered the wooded area insettling on White Lick Creek between Plainfield and Mooresville.History of Hendricks County, Indiana: Her People, Industries and Institutions - Ebook written by John Vestal Hadley. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.
Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read History of Hendricks County, Indiana: Her People, Industries and Institutions.The following county histories are located in the microfilms area on the second floor of the library.
Please ask a librarian at the microforms desk or the reference desk if you need assistance with these materials. F Title: Hendricks county, Indiana, index of names of persons and of firms. Author: progress administration--Indiana.