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Kentucky: A History of the State, Battle, Perrin, & Kniffin, 3rd ed., 1886. Warren County.
FRANK C. HADEN was born near Bowling Green, Ky., in 1857; is the fifth in a family of twelve children, born to James and Frances (Collins) Haden, and is of Scotch extraction. He was reared on the farm and attended the country schools. Remaining at home he worked for his father until twenty-two years of age, and then began for himself. The first year he farmed, and then learned the miller's trade at the Cedar Grove Mills, of this county. He continued the milling business for five years, and then came to Bowling Green, and engaged in the grocery business, in partnership with John Dishman. In April, 1885, Mr. Haden purchased the interest of his partner, and continued the business. He is doing a successful trade, and keeps constantly on hand a full line of choice groceries. Mr. Haden was united in marriage, April 5, 1878, with Mary J. Dishman, daughter of John and Laura Dishman, of Warren County. They have one child, viz.: John. Mr. Haden is a Democrat. Mrs. Haden is a member of the Christian Church.