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Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Haddix Generations

 
Haddix Generations


Arthur Haddix Homeplace, Lost Creek, Ky. Arthur Haddix
Lost Creek
b.1889KY-d.1974KY
m. 1st Maude Noble
m. 2nd Beatrice Tharp

W.W. Haddix Homeplace, Lost Creek, Ky. William Washington Haddix
Lost Creek
b.1857KY-d.1931KY
m. Orlena Deaton

John "Butter" Haddix
Lost Creek
b.1815KY-d.1898KY

Henley Haddix
Lost Creek
b.1780VA-d.1856KY
m. Virginia Tate
In 1840 he owned
8,000 acres
in Breathitt Co.
Killed when thrown by a horse. 

Col. John Haddix
(brother of Henley)

1775-?
m. 1st Sally Niell
m. 2nd Rebecca Miller
Lived at Elkatawa
Veteran of the War of 1812
Justice, first Clay Co. Court
Member, Ky. House of Rep.

Samuel Haddix Sr.
1742VA-1816KY
m. Nancy Ann Fugate
Came to Ky. ca. 1791
with four sons;
some of the earliest settlers
of Breathitt County.
Lived at the mouth of
Troublesome Creek.
Soldier in the
Revolutionary War.

John Haddix
VA
m. Mary Taylor

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