Family:Robert Haddock and Jane Hargitt (1)

b. 23 Jan 1794 Yorkshire, England
b. 27 Nov 1800 England
d. 2 Jun 1884
m. 5 May 1821 Yorkshire, England
Facts and Events
Marriage[1][2][3][4][5] 5 May 1821 Yorkshire, EnglandPhylliskirk
28 Apr 1836
15 Dec 1909
6 Jun 1920

...In September, 1863, Mr. Cottingham was united in marriage to Miss Jane Haddock, daughter of Robert and Jane (Hargitt) Haddock. Both the Haddock and Hargitt families were among the pioneers of Dearborn county. Mrs. Cottinghanrs parents were born and married in England: came to America in 1821, after a tedious voyage of seven weeks on a sailing vessel, and located in Dearborn county. During their long and tedious voyage a fellow-passenger declared he would agree to eat the engine of the first steamer that ventured to cross the ocean, supposing that to be an utter impossibility, though Fulton's steamboat had been plying in the waters of the Hudson river for several years. Robert Haddock was a man of fine education and native ability as a teacher and in his day was a local preacher of considerable renown in the Methodist Episcopal church...

  1. William Alonzo Cottingham, in Memoirs of the lower Ohio Valley : personal and genealogical with portraits. (Madison, Wisconsin: Federal Publishing Company, 1905)
    Page 127.
  2. Robert Haddock household, in Dearborn, Indiana, United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration Publication M432)
    17 Sep 1850.

    Robert was enumerated as a farmer, as well as his son, John.

    Name:Robert Haddock
    Birth Year:abt 1794
    Home in 1850:Miller, Dearborn, Indiana
    Family Number:1234
    Household Members:
    Robert Haddock56
    Jane Haddock49
    John Haddock18
    George Haddock16
    Elizabeth Haddock13
    Joseph Haddock11
    Jane Haddock9
    William Haddock5

  3. Hargitt-Haddock Family Cemetery, in Find A Grave.
  4. Singleton and Related Families, Url:
  5. Hargitt-Haddock Cemetery, in Fox, Dianne, and Lois Lee Harper. Cemeteries of the northeast section of Dearborn County, Indiana. (Apollo, Pennsylvania: Closson Press, c1993)
    pg 228.

    Jane Haddock