Aaron Hackney

M, b. 29 January 1836, d. 9 September 1919
     Aaron Hackney was born on 29 January 1836 at Blount Co., TN. He married Jane Hinshaw. Aaron Hackney died on 9 September 1919 at Amboy, Jasper Co., IA, at age 83.

Child of Aaron Hackney and Jane Hinshaw

Hannah Elizabeth Hackney1

F, b. 22 March 1872, d. 9 February 1956
     Hannah Elizabeth Hackney was born on 22 March 1872 at Jasper Co. (probably), IA.1 She was the daughter of Aaron Hackney and Jane Hinshaw. Hannah Elizabeth Hackney married Renwick Alexander Hill, son of Robert M. Hill and Anna Jane Alexander, on 14 March 1900 at Jasper Co., IA.1 Hannah Elizabeth Hackney died on 9 February 1956 at age 83. She was buried in February 1956 at Palo Alto Cemetery, Palo Alto, Jasper Co., IA.

Children of Hannah Elizabeth Hackney and Renwick Alexander Hill

Citations

  1. [S723] 1900 Federal Census, Jasper County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 439; FHL #1240439.
  2. [S2157] 1910 Federal Census, Marshall County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 413; FHL #1374426.

Henry Irving Hadaway

M, b. 22 November 1871, d. 1908
     Henry Irving Hadaway was born on 22 November 1871 at Plymouth, Plymouth Co., MA, per death certificate. 1900 census shows 1869, however he was not born as of the 1870 census, and the 1880 census lists him as age 8.1,2

He was the son of William S. Hadaway and Lucy Morton Finney.1 Henry Irving Hadaway married Ellen Douglas Wendel, daughter of Dr. Robert Searcy Wendel and Emma Claiborne James, circa 1895.2 Henry Irving Hadaway lived on 8 June 1900 at 265 East 62nd Street, Chicago, Cook Co., IL, Electrician.2 He died in 1908. He lived on 29 April 1910 at Michigan Avenue Road, German Twp., St. Joseph Co., IN, Superinendant, electrical supply.3 He died on 25 April 1938 at South Bend, St. Joseph Co., IN, at age 66 St. Joseph County, Indiana death certificate #12782. He was buried in April 1938 at Highland Cemetery, South Bend, St. Joseph Co., IN.

Children of Henry Irving Hadaway and Ellen Douglas Wendel

Citations

  1. [S4468] 1880 Federal Census, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 551; FHL #1254551.
  2. [S275] 1900 Federal Census, Cook County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Rolls 244 - 295; FHL #1240244 - 95.
  3. [S4467] 1910 Federal Census, St. Joseph County, Indiana. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 377; FHL #1374390.

Henry Irving Hadaway Jr.

M, b. 20 April 1896, d. 19 December 1960
     Henry Irving Hadaway Jr. was born on 20 April 1896 at Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.1 He was the son of Henry Irving Hadaway and Ellen Douglas Wendel. Henry Irving Hadaway Jr. began military service on 4 December 1917 WW I service, Pfc., Battery "C"", 18th Field Artillery, Third Div. Honorably discharged 23 AUG 1919. He died on 19 December 1960 at age 64 Death certificate #60 043929 shows his marital status as "widowed". Apparently there was a marriage during or after WW II. His WW II draft registration only gives his sister Margaret as an emergency contact. He was buried in December 1960 at Highland Cemetery, South Bend, St. Joseph Co., IN, military headstone.

Citations

  1. [S275] 1900 Federal Census, Cook County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Rolls 244 - 295; FHL #1240244 - 95.

Margaret Wendel Hadaway

F, b. circa 1905
     Margaret Wendel Hadaway was born circa 1905 at Cook Co., IL.1 She was the daughter of Henry Irving Hadaway and Ellen Douglas Wendel.

Citations

  1. [S4467] 1910 Federal Census, St. Joseph County, Indiana. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 377; FHL #1374390.

Robert Wendel Hadaway

M, b. 31 January 1901, d. 7 June 1957
     Robert Wendel Hadaway was born on 31 January 1901 at Cook Co., IL.1 He was the son of Henry Irving Hadaway and Ellen Douglas Wendel. Robert Wendel Hadaway married Ethel Charlotte Tuttle, daughter of William Tuttle and Maude Leone Ready, in 1933 at St. Joseph Co., IN. Robert Wendel Hadaway died on 7 June 1957 at South Bend, St. Joseph Co., IN, at age 56. He was buried in June 1957 at Highland Cemetery, South Bend, St. Joseph Co., IN.

Citations

  1. [S4467] 1910 Federal Census, St. Joseph County, Indiana. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 377; FHL #1374390.

William S. Hadaway1

M, b. 2 September 1836, d. 2 December 1909
     William S. Hadaway was born on 2 September 1836 at Massachusetts.1 He married Lucy Morton Finney on 20 November 1864 at Plymouth, Plymouth Co., MA. William S. Hadaway died on 2 December 1909 at Plymouth, Plymouth Co., MA, at age 73.

Child of William S. Hadaway and Lucy Morton Finney

Citations

  1. [S4468] 1880 Federal Census, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 551; FHL #1254551.

Benjamin Haddix1

M, b. circa 1923
     Benjamin Haddix was born circa 1923 at Clark or Champaign, OH.1 He was the son of Harvey Gebhart Haddix and Nellie M. Greider.1

Citations

  1. [S1127] 1930 Federal Census, Champaign County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 1755; FHL #2341489.

Charles Haddix

M, b. 13 December 1861, d. 14 March 1908
     Charles Haddix was born on 13 December 1861. He was the son of George W. Haddix and Harriett Casad. Charles Haddix married Mary Katherine Semler, daughter of Walter John Semmler and Dorotha Wilhelmina Louise Schmidt, no children. Charles Haddix died on 14 March 1908 at age 46.

Clifford F. Haddix1

M, b. February 1894
     Clifford F. Haddix was born in February 1894.1 He was the son of Franklin Haddix and Amelia Leah Gebhart.

Citations

  1. [S417] 1900 Federal Census, Clark County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1246; FHL #1241246.

Clyde Albert Haddix

M, b. 15 February 1907, d. 16 May 1981
     Clyde Albert Haddix was born on 15 February 1907 at Sherman Co., NE. He was the son of Samuel Scott Haddix and Theresa Winonna Hammond. Clyde Albert Haddix married Doris Fenn Munsinger, daughter of Royal David Munsinger and Cora Melvina Holton, on 3 December 1937. Clyde Albert Haddix died on 16 May 1981 at Boone Co., NE, at age 74.

Edwin Haddix1

M, b. circa 1920
     Edwin Haddix was born circa 1920 at Clark or Champaign, OH.1 He was the son of Harvey Gebhart Haddix and Nellie M. Greider.1

Citations

  1. [S1127] 1930 Federal Census, Champaign County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 1755; FHL #2341489.

Franklin Haddix

M, b. 20 January 1864, d. 3 June 1938
     Franklin Haddix was born on 20 January 1864 at Clark Co., OH, or possibly 1863, per 1900 census.1 He was the son of George Washington Haddix and Harriet Casad. Franklin Haddix married Amelia Leah Gebhart, daughter of Michael Gebhart and Rachel Weidner, on 4 February 1885. Franklin Haddix lived on 4 July 1900 at Mad River Twp., Clark Co., OH.1 He lived in April 1910 at Haddix Road, Mad River Twp., Clark Co., OH.2 He lived in January 1920 at Terre Haute, Champaign Co., OH, Census p.97A. He was buried in June 1938 at Fairborn, Greene Co., OH. He died on 3 June 1938 at Champaign Co., OH, at age 74. He was buried in June 1938 at Fairfield Cemetery, Fairborn, Greene Co., OH, Findagrave #75381516.

Children of Franklin Haddix and Amelia Leah Gebhart

Citations

  1. [S417] 1900 Federal Census, Clark County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1246; FHL #1241246.
  2. [S419] 1910 Federal Census, Clark County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 1158; FHL #1375171.

George W. Haddix

M
     George W. Haddix married Harriett Casad.

Child of George W. Haddix and Harriett Casad

George Washington Haddix

M, b. 16 September 1828, d. 22 October 1892
     George Washington Haddix was born on 16 September 1828 at Mad River Twp., Clark Co., OH. He married Harriet Casad on 14 July 1851 at Greene Co., OH. George Washington Haddix died on 22 October 1892 at Clark Co., OH, at age 64. He was buried in October 1892 at Fairfield Cemetery, Fairborn, Greene Co., OH, Findagrave #75381418.

Child of George Washington Haddix and Harriet Casad

Harvey Gebhart Haddix1

M, b. June 1899, d. 1973
     Harvey Gebhart Haddix was born in June 1899 at Mad River Twp., Clark Co., OH.1 He was the son of Franklin Haddix and Amelia Leah Gebhart. Harvey Gebhart Haddix lived at old Reid Golf Course, Old Columbus Road, Springfield, Clark Co., OH. He married Nellie M. Greider, daughter of Benjamin Erb Greider and Elmyra Frances Musser. Harvey Gebhart Haddix lived on 7 May 1930 at Mad River Twp., Champaign Co., OH.2 He died in 1973. He was buried in 1973 at Asbury Cemetery, Catawba, Clark Co., OH, Findagrave #62059678.

Children of Harvey Gebhart Haddix and Nellie M. Greider

Citations

  1. [S417] 1900 Federal Census, Clark County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1246; FHL #1241246.
  2. [S1127] 1930 Federal Census, Champaign County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 1755; FHL #2341489.

Harvey Haddix Jr.

M, b. 18 September 1925, d. 8 January 1994
     Harvey Haddix Jr. was born on 18 September 1925 at Medway, Clark Co., OH. He was the son of Harvey Gebhart Haddix and Nellie M. Greider. Harvey Haddix Jr. died on 8 January 1994 at age 68 Wikipedia article:

Harvey Haddix, Jr. (September 18, 1925 – January 8, 1994) was a Major League Baseball left-handed pitcher who played with the St. Louis Cardinals (1952–56), Philadelphia Phillies (1956–57), Cincinnati Reds (1958), Pittsburgh Pirates (1959–63) and Baltimore Orioles (1964–65). Haddix was born in Medway, Ohio, located just outside Springfield. He was nicknamed "The Kitten" in St. Louis for his resemblance to Harry "The Cat" Brecheen, a left-hander on the Cardinals during Haddix's rookie campaign.

Haddix is likely best known for pitching 12 perfect innings in a game against the Milwaukee Braves on May 26, 1959; the Pirates lost the game in the 13th.

Haddix enjoyed his best season in 1953 pitching for St. Louis. He compiled a 20-9 record with 163 strikeouts, a 3.06 ERA, 19 complete games and six shutouts. After five-plus seasons with the Cardinals, he was traded to the Phillies. He also pitched for Cincinnati and Pittsburgh, and finished as an effective reliever with the Orioles. He was on the Pirate team that won the 1960 World Series, and was the winning pitcher of Game Seven as a reliever, the Pirates winning the game on Bill Mazeroski's walk-off home run in the bottom of the ninth.

NEAR-PERFECT GAME
Haddix will always be remembered for taking a perfect game into the 13th inning against the Milwaukee Braves on May 26, 1959. Haddix retired 36 consecutive batters in 12 innings, essentially relying on two pitches: fastball and slider. However, Braves pitcher Lew Burdette was also pitching a shutout, which was seriously jeopardized on only three occasions: the 3rd inning, when a base-running blunder negated three consecutive singles; the 9th, when Pittsburgh finally advanced a runner as far as third base; and the 10th, when pinch hitter Dick Stuart came within a few feet of ending Burdette's shutout bid with a two-run homer.

A fielding error by third baseman Don Hoak ended the perfect game in the bottom of the 13th, with the leadoff batter for Milwaukee, Félix Mantilla, reaching first base. Mantilla later advanced to second on a sacrifice bunt by Eddie Mathews, which was followed by an intentional walk to Hank Aaron. Joe Adcock then hit an apparent home run, ending the no-hitter and the game. However, in the confusion, Aaron left the basepaths and was passed by Adcock for the second out and the Braves won 2-0. Eventually the hit was changed from a home run to a double by a ruling from National League president Warren Giles; only Mantilla's run counted, for a score of 1-0, but the Pirates and Haddix still lost.

“I could have put a cup on either corner of the plate and hit it.”
—?Harvey Haddix

Haddix's 12 2/3-inning, one-hit complete game, against the team that had just represented the NL in the previous two World Series, is considered by many to be the best pitching performance in major league history. Mazeroski later said of Haddix's dominance in the game, "Usually you have one or two great or spectacular defensive plays in these no-hitters. Not that night. It was the easiest game I ever played in."

After the game, Haddix received many letters of congratulations and support, as well as one from a Texas A&M fraternity which read, in its entirety on university stationery, "Dear Harvey, Tough shit." "It made me mad", recounted Haddix, "until I realized they were right. That's exactly what it was."

In 1991, Major League Baseball changed the definition of a no-hitter to "a game in which a pitcher or pitchers complete a game of nine innings or more without allowing a hit;" the rule's formalization had the effect of proclaiming Adcock's drive singularly fatal to Haddix's no-hit bid, irrespective of the score or the game's ultimate outcome. Despite his having thrown more perfect innings than anyone in a single game, Haddix's game was taken off the list of perfect games. Haddix's response was "It's O.K. I know what I did."

Some years later, Milwaukee's Bob Buhl revealed that the Braves pitchers had been stealing signs from Pittsburgh catcher Smokey Burgess, who was exposing his hand signals due to a high crouch. From their bullpen, Braves pitchers repeatedly repositioned a towel to signal for a fastball or a breaking ball, the only two pitches Haddix used in the game. Despite this assistance, the usually solid Milwaukee offense managed just the one hit. All but one Milwaukee hitter, Aaron, took the signals.

CAREER
Over his 14-year career, Haddix had a 136-113 record with 1,575 strikeouts, a 3.63 ERA, 99 complete games, 21 shutouts, 21 saves, and 2,235 innings pitched in 453 games (285 as a starter). He was in the spotlight in the 1960 World Series against the Yankees. After winning Game 5 as a starter, Haddix relieved late in Game 7 and won when Bill Mazeroski hit his famous home run.

Haddix later followed his namesake Brecheen into the ranks of major league pitching coaches, working with the New York Mets, Cincinnati Reds, Boston Red Sox, Cleveland Indians, and Pirates. He died from emphysema in 1994 in Springfield, Ohio, at the age of 68.

He was buried in January 1994 at Asbury Cemetery, Catawba, Clark Co., OH, Findagrave #5861312.

Hobart M. Haddix

M, b. November 1896
     Hobart M. Haddix was born in November 1896 at Clark Co., OH.1 He was the son of Franklin Haddix and Amelia Leah Gebhart.

Citations

  1. [S417] 1900 Federal Census, Clark County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1246; FHL #1241246.

John Guy Haddix

M, b. March 1892
     John Guy Haddix was born in March 1892 at Clark Co., OH.1 He was the son of Franklin Haddix and Amelia Leah Gebhart.

Citations

  1. [S417] 1900 Federal Census, Clark County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1246; FHL #1241246.

Josephine L. Haddix

F, b. August 1886, d. 1974
     Josephine L. Haddix was born in August 1886 at Clark Co., OH.1 She was the daughter of Franklin Haddix and Amelia Leah Gebhart. Josephine L. Haddix married Ira Reiling Kneisly. Josephine L. Haddix died in 1974. She was buried in 1974 at Glen Haven Memorial Gardens, Donnelsville, Clark Co., OH, Findagrave #168234692.

Children of Josephine L. Haddix and Ira Reiling Kneisly

Citations

  1. [S417] 1900 Federal Census, Clark County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1246; FHL #1241246.
  2. [S235] 1920 Federal Census, Greene County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Rolls1386-7; FHL #1821386-7.

Samuel Scott Haddix

M, b. 5 March 1878, d. 28 May 1960
     Samuel Scott Haddix was born on 5 March 1878 at West Virginia. He married Theresa Winonna Hammond on 13 September 1905. Samuel Scott Haddix died on 28 May 1960 at Broken Bow, Custer Co., NE, at age 82.

Child of Samuel Scott Haddix and Theresa Winonna Hammond

Thelma L. Haddix

F, b. circa 1903
     Note: Did not marry. Thelma L. Haddix was born circa 1903.1 She was the daughter of Franklin Haddix and Amelia Leah Gebhart.

Citations

  1. [S419] 1910 Federal Census, Clark County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 1158; FHL #1375171.

William C. Haddix

M, b. December 1887
     William C. Haddix was born in December 1887 at Clark Co., OH.1 He was the son of Franklin Haddix and Amelia Leah Gebhart.

Citations

  1. [S417] 1900 Federal Census, Clark County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1246; FHL #1241246.

Ann Mary Hade1

F
     Ann Mary Hade married Philip Schindel.1

Child of Ann Mary Hade and Philip Schindel

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 426.

Caroline Hadley1

F, b. 7 November 1845, d. 24 January 1941
     Caroline Hadley was born on 7 November 1845 at Clinton Co., OH.1 She married William Henry Andrew on 7 October 1867 at Ohio. Caroline Hadley died on 24 January 1941 at Villisca, Montgomery Co., IA, at age 95

Obituary -- (Findagrave.com):

Villisca Review
Villisca, Iowa
Thursday January 30, 1941
page 1 & 5

Aunt Cal Andrew Came to Iowa in 1871; Homesteaded in 1908

Mrs. Caroline Andrew, 95, Villisca's oldest citizen, died early Friday at her home on East Fifth Street.

Funeral Services were held at the Wolfe's Funeral Home Sunday afternoon, with the Rev. Arthur Mortenson in charge, assisted by the Rev. E. M. Buehler, and burial was made in the Villisca Cemetery. Pall bearers were Frank Butler, Charles Sandquist, R. T. Dodson, R. Shrimpton, Gordon Netto, Collis E. Moore, and music was furnished by Mrs. Don G. Hainey, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. J. L. Wheeler.

Known to her friends as "Aunt Cal" Mrs. Andrew was always remembered on her birthdays and in 1939 she held an open house on her birthday, despite her advanced years.

Attending the funeral from a distance were Frank Hadley, Independence, Kas; Mrs. F.W. Scott and Malcolm Andrew, Tulsa, Okla; Mr. and Mrs. Jud Cooper and daughter and Fred Woods, Emerson, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Crouse, Clarinda.

OBITUARY
Caroline Hadley, the fourth child in a family of ten children, seven girls and three boys born to Jonathan and Mary Linton Hadley was born on a farm near Wilmington, Ohio, November 7, 1845.

She received her common school education in the rural schools of Ohio, walking one and one half miles to school and attending from five to six months a year. Later she taught a term of 13 weeks for the sum of $50, the highest salary then paid being only $25 a month.

FATHER DROWNED
The family started to move to Iowa in 1863 during the Civil War. Their household goods and belongings were loaded onto a boat at Cincinnati which was later commandeered by the government and had to be reloaded to another boat. At Cairo it became necessary to transfer to another boat and during the reloading her father drowned. An interesting document in the possession of the family is a statement offering a reward of $50 which was paid six months later upon the discovery of the body. The mother and children upon the advice of an uncle returned to Ohio at the time.

She was married to William Henry Andrew, October 7, 1867, in Ohio. They lived on a farm four years before coming to Page County, Iowa, in 1871, where they made their home until moving to the east side of Villisca, March 1898. That year they moved to their present home at 102 East Fifth Street.

BUILT MUD SHACK
They returned to Ohio in August 1899, to be with their son Edgar while he completed his college education and in 1901 moved to Vermillion, South Dakota, where they made their home until the year of 1908, at which time they went out on the western plains of South Dakota, where they pitched their tent and built their mud shack as homesteaders for a year. In staking their claim, Ethyl drove overland by stage some 65 miles, which Mrs. Andrew said accounted for her long life. They returned to Villisca in 1910.

She was reared in the Quaker faith and she was proud of this heritage, being brought up to attend Sunday School and meeting every Sunday, having to walk a distance of a mile and half nearly every Sunday. Through the years she maintained her membership in the Springfield meeting house.

She was a member of the G. A. R. now called the Ladies of the Circle and upon Memorial day enjoyed assisting in the services of the day.

She was preceded in death by her parents, her sister and brother, her husband and two daughters, Mary and Julie. One grandchild, Neil, likewise preceded her in death. She is survived by her two sons, Walter F. and Edgar J., and their families, five grandchildren and five great grandchildren.

She was buried in January 1941 at Villisca Cemetery, Villisca, Montgomery Co., IA, Findagrave #62845917.

Child of Caroline Hadley and William Henry Andrew

Citations

  1. [S4431] 1880 Federal Census, Page County, Iowa. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 359; FHL #1254359.

Catherine E. Hadley1

F, b. circa 1839
     Catherine E. Hadley was born circa 1839 at Indiana.1 She married Charles Lindley on 17 August 1856 at Fountain Co., IN.1

Child of Catherine E. Hadley and Charles Lindley

Citations

  1. [S1456] 1870 Federal Census, Fountain County, Indiana. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 314; FHL #545813.

Frankie V. Hadley

F
     Frankie V. Hadley married Alfred Raymond Cloyd.

Child of Frankie V. Hadley and Alfred Raymond Cloyd

Catharine Haecock1

F
     Catharine Haecock married Jonas Hunsberger.1

Child of Catharine Haecock and Jonas Hunsberger

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 285.

Agnes Haeger

F
     Agnes Haeger married Johannes Fishbach, son of Philipp Fischbach and Elisabeth Heimbach.

Child of Agnes Haeger and Johannes Fishbach

Jacques E. Haeringer1

M, b. 1879, d. 1953
     Jacques E. Haeringer was born in 1879 at Alsace-Lorraine, France.1 He married Marie Louise Castagnet. Jacques E. Haeringer died in 1953. He was buried in 1953 at Rock Creek Cemetery, Washington, District of Columbia, Findagrave #202782823.

Child of Jacques E. Haeringer and Marie Louise Castagnet

Citations

  1. [S1420] 1920 Federal Census, District of Columbia. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Rolls 205-213.