Feb­ru­a­ry 11, 1841, Mal­ta, Ohio.

De­cem­ber 5, 1903, Sta­ten Is­land, New York.

Foun­tain Ce­me­te­ry, West New Bright­on, New York.


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?