1841–1903

Feb­ru­a­ry 11, 1841, Mal­ta, Ohio.

De­cem­ber 5, 1903, Sta­ten Island, New York.

Foun­tain Ce­me­te­ry, West New Bright­on, New York.

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Henry was the son of Will­iam Had­ley and Jane Rid­dle.

In the Amer­i­can civil war, he enlisted in Com­pa­ny H, 90th Ohio In­fan­try. He was rose through the ranks to Brev­et Lieu­ten­ant Col­o­nel, but in Ten­nes­see his leg was shattered and almost amputated, leading to his discharge.

Hadley ad­mit­ted learning to gam­ble and drink during the war, but afterward, devoted himself to ab­stin­ence and rescue work with the National Christian Ab­stain­ers Union in New York. His works in­clude:

  1. Have You Ever Heard How Jesus Walked?
  2. I’ll Feed on Husks No More
  3. I’m Going Back to Jesus
  4. O How I Love my Savior
  5. Our Savior Can the Drunkard Save
  6. Religion Makes Me Happy
  7. There Are Many Priceless Jewels
  8. When Noah Bade the Ark Farewell
  9. Warning Voice, a Solemn Call, A
  10. While I in Sin Was Wandering
  11. Who Will Come to Christ?