William Dandridge Haden

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William Dandridge "Dan" Haden
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Dr. William Dandridge Haden (D)

Electoral District At-large
Term Start September 1, 1930
Term End August 31, 1934
Preceded by John R. Morris
Succeeded by W. Dan Haden (D)
Electoral District Elected by and from council
Succeeded by W. Dan Haden (D)

President (mayor)
Charlottesville City Council
Electoral District Elected by and from council

Succeeded by Roscoe S. Adams, Sr.

Biographical Information

Date of death April 8, 1945
Place of death Charlottesville, VA
Spouse Sallie Cameron (Pugh) Haden
Children
Residence City of Charlottesville
Alma mater University of Virginia
Johns Hopkins University

Refer also: List of City Councilors

Dr. William Dandridge "Dan" Haden (1879 - 1945) was a physician, businessmen and civic leader. As member of the city council (1930-1942), Haden served three terms as president of the council (mayor).

Business interests

Among Dr. Haden's business interests were the presidency of the National Bank & Trust Co., vice president of the Monticello Hotel and a director in the Jefferson-Lafayette Theaters. He was connected with a number of other business enterprises.

Other interests

Haden was president of the Martha Jefferson Hospital, treasurer of the Virginia Cancer Foundation, and a member of the Framington Country Club. Dr. Haden was a member of the University of Virginia board of visitors, receiving his appointment from Governor Darden in 1945.

Early life, family, death

Born on October 16, 1879 in Fluvanna County to Elbridge George Haden and Martha Douglas (Early) Haden. Eldridge G. Haden was a popularly elected mayor of Charlottesville.

Educated in medicine at the University of Virginia and at Johns Hopkins University, Dr. Haden practiced here for more than 20 years. He retired from practice in 1933 to become president of the National Bank & Trust Co.

Haden died on April 8, 1945 at the University of Virginia Hospital. He was survived by his wife Sallie Cameron (Pugh) Haden and the following children: Mrs. Joseph L. Yon and Mrs. William Massie Smith, both wives of officers in the service (WW2), and Dr. W. D. Haden, Jr of Washington, and Llewellyn P. Haden of Charlottesville. Burial was in Monticello Memorial Park, Albemarle County.[1]


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