|Death: ||Feb. 3, 1930|
James E. HAYDEN (1858-1930)
James E. Hayden, 71, died in his home in Hopwood, Monday, February 3, 1930, about 5:30 p.m., following a prolonged illness. He is survived by two daughters; Mrs. Orangee Shaw of Hopwood and Miss Jessie Hayden at home, together with five grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home and will be in charge of the Rev. Mr. Huber and the Rev. Mr. Manley. Burial will be in the Hopwood cemetery.
The Morning Herald, Uniontown, PA, Wednesday, February 5, 1930, page 15, column 2
James E. Hayden was born in Fayette county, Penna. and married Miss Emma E. Hickle, Sept. 20, 1887; to them were born two daughters, Miss Jessie Hayden at home and Mrs. O. Shaw of Hopwood. His wife preceded him in death by seven years, he also leaves to mourn him a brother Hamilton Hayden of Evans City, Pa. and a sister, Mrs. Carrie Stillwagon of Connellsville, Pa. and five grandchildren. Funeral services were held Thursday at the home at 2:30 o'clock, it was in charge of Rev. Mr. Huber and the Rev. Mr. Manley. Interment at Hopwood cemetery.
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2011 Notation: Hamilton and James were sons of Catherine Hayden (daughter of Henry and Mariah (Peters) Hayden) and her 1st husband Mr. Mickey. Hamilton (born July 1850) and James (1858 - 1930) went by the name of Hayden after their father's early demise. In 1870, Hamilton lived with his aunt and uncle Thomas (1817 - 1909) and Harriet (Hayden) Robinson (1824 - 1906) in Fayette Co, PA. At the time of James' death Hamilton was living with his daughter Mrs. Stewart R. Croft near Evans City, PA. James and Hamilton's stepfather was James Romage. James and Catherine's daughter Caroline "Carrie" was born in Sept 1861. She married John Stillwagon. Catherine also raised her niece Rose Ann (March 28, 1862 - Mar 29, 1896) daughter of Sarah Ann (Hayden) _______, who had married at the beginning of the Civil War. "Her husband had been among the missing." Sarah, born May 14, 1833, died a year after her husband, Oct 23, 1863.
Contributed by Jamie Robinson < jamiearobinson at hot.com>
PLEASE CONSIDER ADDING THIS INFORMATION...HE IS ACTUALLY A "MICKEY" NOT A "HAYDEN." Thanks, James E. Edmundson, Sr.
Created by: Tom Romano
Record added: Dec 07, 2012
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