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 Charles H. and Hannah Madeley, Yuma

One Ancestry tree says he was born Nov 6, 1828 in Liverpool, Lancashire, England, immigrated in 1852, (Charles H. Medley, "gentleman", born about 1829, arrived in New York April 27, 1852 on the Jacobsand, from Liverpool), married Julia Arbella Hamilton in 1854 in Marshall County, Illinois, and in 1863 married Hannah Poor Bodwell. 

(Julia Hamilton, born Nov 28, 1829 in Liverpool to James and Deborah Hamilton, christened Saint Peter September 3, 1841, Liverpool,  is in Marshall County in 1850, born in England, with  Alfred J. 24 born in Ireland and Deborah 53 Hamilton born in New York , Anna 27 born in Canada, and Abigail Pool 4.  Abigail might be the daughter of Simeon Pool - 52 in 1850 Marshall County.  One tree said Sarah Abigail Pool born Sept 28, 1845 in Marshall County, married Peter Braden August 1864 in Macon County, Illinois, and died Nov 1920 in Pottawattamie County Iowa. "

Miss Sarah A. POOLE was born in Henry County, Illinois, daughter of Simeon and Elizabeth (PARMETER) POOLE, and was left an orphan at the early age of four years. She was married at Macon, Illinois in August, 1864, to Peter BRADEN. Mr. and Mrs. Braden have seven children, namely: Belle, wife of John HARBURT, of Carson Township, this county; Elmer E., of Macedonia, is a painter; Ida, wife of A. E. SEABURG, of Silver Creek Township; Willie, Gracie, Claude and Archie. They had three children who died in childhood: Perley A. Braden (1874-1881) Rachel Braden (1879-1879) John Braden (1879-1879)

Annie Deborah Hamilton was christened Sept 13, 1842, daughter of James and Deborah Hamilton.  Alfred James Hamilton was born April 15, 1826 , christened Sept 3, 1841 in Saint Peters, Liverpool.)

Hannah P. Bodwell, born in Dracut to Charles and Sarah Bodwell and residing there,  married John R. Moore, born in Windham, N.H. and a resident of Lacon, Illinois,  October 27, 1852 in Dracut, Massachusetts.

In 1860 Marshall County, Illinois,  Hannah Moore is 34, born in Massachusetts, with a P. Bodwell, 36, also born in Massachusetts.  They are living with the B.J. Baldwin family, an agricultural equipment dealer.  Phebe V. Bodwell is back in Massachusetts in 1870, with Sarah 57 and Lizzie 41.

C.H. Madeley is an insurance agent in Lacon in 1864, on the IRS tax assessment list.

Charles V. Madeley was naturalized in the Marshall County circuit court, Lacon, Illinois January 22, 1867.  Witnesses were Mark Banks and James St. Boal.  (probably Mark Bangs, in the 1860 Lacon census, born about 1822 - in 1870 Lacon Mark Bangs is a lawyer.  James Stradder is a farm laborer in Marshall County in 1870, 37, born in England - so he's a possible for that witness)

In 1860 Marshall County Illinois Charles H. Madeley 32, and Julia 31, have Anna 4, and with them is Margret 17.  (on the same page is a D. Hamilton, lady", 65, born in New York, so that must be the Deborah Hamilton - Julia's mother.  Deborah , 50, a U.S. citizen, and Julia A. 16 Hamilton are on the Gladiator arriving August 7, 1846 in New York from London )

Julia Arabella Madeley, daughter of James Hamilton, died in Lacon October 20, 1860.  - Longon Morning Chronicle, November 15, 1860 "On the 20th ult., at her residence, in Lacon, Marshall County, Illinois, U.S.A., in her 31st year, Julia Arabella, wife of Chas. H. Madeley (formerly of Liverpool), and daughter of the late James Hamilton, author of the Hamiltonian System of Teaching Languages."

In 1865 members of the First Congregational Church of Lacon included C.H. Madeley, H.P. B. Madeley, Miss Margaret Madeley.   Charles H. Madeley was one of the first deacons of the church.
1870 Marshall County, Illinois Charles is 41, a life insurance agent, Hannah 44, Julia L. 14, Lucy 10,  sisters Maggie 28, and Sarah 25.

Anna Hamilton is in Chicago in 1870, 26, born in Canada, a domestic servant in the Plattenburg household.
1880 Adams County, Nebraska Charles H. Madeley, farming 50 England, married to Hannah P. 54 Massachusetts


November 3, 1881  Near Hastings, Nebraska, Oct. 17, Isaac L. Huff and Miss Julia, daughter of Charles Madeley, late of Lacon.

Miss Julia Madley, known to many of our readers, was married at the residence of her father's Mr. C. Madely, near Hastings, Neb., on Oct. 12 to Isaac L. Huff.  About 30 persons were present at the wedding at which were refreshments, singing, etc. Miss Madeley, the present Mrs. Huff has been for the past year superintending a sunday school in their own school district, and Isaac L. Huff was elected by the school as assistant superintendent.
Instead of losing a daughter, Mr. Madeley gains a son-in-law, as the new couple will make their home with him.
 

 Margrete -Charles' sister -  married a Turner-In 1880 Clay County, Nebraska, Edward L. and Margaret Turner are 38, Charles 3, Edward 2, Frank eight months, and sister Sarah Madeley 33, no occupation.

In 1900 Clay County, Nebraska Margrete was born Oct 1842 in England, , Sarah Madeley born Dec 1849 in England,  and sons Charles M. Turner,  24 Edward S. 22, and Frank W. 21.
Edward S. 1841-1908 is buried in Hansen, Adams County.  So is Charles M. Turner1876-1953.  So is Sarah Madeley 1846-1922 "Aunt"

Charles H. Madeley cash-claimed a quarter in 2, 2N 48W, Yuma County Colorado,  in 1890.

REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
  1887 Yuma Pioneer:  The Yuma real estate agents are a set of men that are well adapted to the business and of whom Yuma can well feel proud. They are all men of families who have located themselves here to make it their home.
The oldest of them is the old reliable John B. Westcott, about the first white man to locate in the Yuma Valley. W. H. Pershing and Chas. H. Madeley are also engaged in the same line of business and are well known to all the settlers of the valley.


Charles H. Madeley was a notary in Yuma, term from 1891 to 1895.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Madeley were first members of the Yuma Presbyterian church 1886.


In August 1887 the Pioneer described the fire "Your reporter rushed to the scene to find the kitchen of the Avenue House filled with flames....The flames rolled on and in short time the Avenue was a mass of flames, taking with it the following proprietors' buildings: Schuck & Heineke's building, C. H. Madeley's building in which was his real estate office, also the Yuma Sun in the same building, next the building of C.H. madeley occupied by Birdsall & Morton as grocery store and post office...." In 1900 Multnomah County, Oregon, Charles H. Madeley, capitalist, Nov 1828 England, married 37 years to Hanna P. Aug 1826 England.

 

Yuma Pioneer 1903

Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral services of the late Hannah P. B. Madeley, which will be held at the family residence at Oatman Station at 2 P. M. today. Interment Riverview Cemetery.  Oregonian August 12, 1903
 


Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral services of the late Charles H. Madeley, which will be held at the First
Presbyterian Church, cor. 12th and Alder sts., at 2 P. M. today. Interment River View Cemetery.  Morning Oregonian April 12, 1905.

  Yuma Pioneer 1905

Charles was born November 6, 1828 in England, died April 10, 1905 in Portland  # 100811971.  He and Hannah B.P. 1827-1903 are buried in River View Cemetery, Portland.

Julia L. Huff, Charles and Julia's daughter, was born Sept 15, 1855 in Illinois, and died November 21, 1914.
 MRS. JULIA L. HUFF DIES  November 23, 1914  Morning Oregonian
End Comes After Six Says of Unconsciousness Due to Apoplexy.
Mrs. Julia Louisa Huff, 59 years old, of 950 East Salmon street, died Saturday night from a stroke of apoplexy which she suffered six days before and from which she never regained consciousness. Mrs. Huff was born at Lacon, ILL, and moved to Hastings, Neb., where she was married to J. L. Huff, October 12, 1881. Seven years later she and her husband moved to Oregon and Mr. Huff entered the timber business. In 1894 the family moved to Portland. Mrs. Huff was a member of the Sunnyside Congregational Church.
Mr. Huff, three son. Charles L., Ralph H. and Herbert M., and three daughters, Mrs. George N. Taylor, and the Misses. Sophie H. and Myrtle E. Huff, all of Portland, survive.
The funeral will take place at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning at the Sunnyside Congregational Church. Rev. J. J. Staub will officiate. Interment will be in Riverview Cemetery.
 

Isaac L. Huff is in Portland in 1920, widowed, living with daughter Charlotte Taylor 35 and her husband George N. 45.

In 1930 he's in Polk County, Oregon, 75, born in Michigan, farming.  Christine Haynes, 34, born in Denmark, is a housekeeper.


In 1945 E.S. Klein sued Marjory Halden, Annie Parker, Charles H. Madeley, Hannah P.B. Madeley and Julia L. Madeley Huff to settle a claim for some lots in the town of Yuma.

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