Alcinda Wright (Hardesty) (1843 - 1926)

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Birthplace: Coshocton, Ohio
Death: Died in Dresden, Greene, Indiana
Managed by: Catherine "Erin" Spiceland
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About Alcinda Wright (Hardesty)

RECORD:

1. Judith Elaine (McKee) Burns, Thomas Hardesty of Greene County, Indiana His Ancestors and Descendants, Transcript 1977- 200?. "

2. alan,hardisty@sohoetechnology.co.uk, Alan Hardisty - Hardisty Family Tree, http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=REG&db=ahardist&id=I00624. "."

3. John Dean (Jack) Hardesty, William Hardesty descendants, http;//wiebsites.quincy.edu/~hardesty. "."

4. Mildred Uland, Gone But Not Forgotten, An Anthonlogy of Fact & Folklore, 1986, pg. 343. "From the Bloomfield News: Alcinda Hardesty Wright died at Dresden. She was the mother of eleven children. Surrounded by the disadvantages incident to pioneer life she and her husband Alex Wright, toiled day after day for 54 years to establish and maintain a home for their children. She was laid to rest at Ashcraft Chapel March 11, 1926 beside her husband."

BIRTH:

5. LDS Church - IGI, FamilySearch International Genealogical Index, Film # 0884864. "Alcinda Hardisty; b. 22 Nov 1843, Coshocton, OH; father:Thomas Jefferson Hardisty, mother: Jane W. Mansfield."

DEATH:

6. Bloomfield News, Weekly Newspaper, Volume L, Number 19, Page 6, Column 4. "DEATH?S HARVEST. WRIGHT. Alcinda (HARDESTY) WRIGHT was born November 22, 1843. Died at her home near Dresden, March 9, 1926, aged eighty-two years, three months and eighteen days. She was united in marriage to Alexander WRIGHT November 17, 1859, who preceded her in death December 10, 1913. To this union eleven children were born, namely: Richard, Jonas, Charles, Lloyd, Homer, Mrs. Ellen SHANKS, Mrs. Melissa ROBERTS, Mrs. Martha ROSE, Mrs. Rosa BURNETT, Mrs. Rebecca CRABBE and Mrs. Amy ROBERTS. Surrounded by the disadvantages incident to pioneer life they toiled day after day for fifty-four years to establish and maintain a home for their children. She loved her home and no one was more faithful in discharging her duties as a wife and mother than she. She united with the Christian Church at Dresden early in life under the pastorate of Isaiah (Daddy) FIELDS. She remained a Christian until death. As a neighbor she was kind and good. Was always willing to lend a helping hand in time of need. Her last admonition to her children was to live a Christian and meet her in the great beyond. She prayed good will and Jesus blessings to all. She spent almost her entire life where she died, moving there with her husband at the age of sixteen. She is survived by her eleven children, fifty-two grand children, and two great great grand children, and a host of other relatives and friends. She was laid to rest by the side of her husband at Ashcraft Chapel March 11, 1926. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Shannon BAKER."

7. Greene County Health Department, Greene County Indiana Death Record Report [Index] 188? - 199?, Index File: death060.pdf, Page 8. "Alcinda Wright, Record in Book H-2, Page 68."

BURIAL:

8. Cemeteries of Eastern Greene County, Indiana, 1st 1908's; 2nd 1994, Page 103/107. "Wright, Alcinda; w/o Alex; 1843 - 8 July 1926."

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Birth: Nov. 22, 1843 Ohio, USA Death: Mar. 9, 1926 Greene County Indiana, USA

Alcinda (HARDESTY) WRIGHT was born November 22, 1843. Died at her home near Dresden, March 9, 1926, aged eighty-two years, three months and eighteen days. She was united in marriage to Alexander WRIGHT November 17, 1859, who preceded her in death December 10, 1913. To this union eleven children were born, namely: Richard, Jonas, Charles, Lloyd, Homer, Mrs. Ellen SHANKS, Mrs. Melissa ROBERTS, Mrs. Martha ROSE, Mrs. Rosa BURNETT, Mrs. Rebecca CRABBE and Mrs. Amy ROBERTS. Surrounded by the disadvantages incident to pioneer life they toiled day after day for fifty-four years to establish and maintain a home for their children. She loved her home and no one was more faithful in discharging her duties as a wife and mother than she. She united with the Christian Church at Dresden early in life under the pastorate of Isaiah (Daddy) FIELDS.

She remained a Christian until death. As a neighbor she was kind and good. Was always willing to lend a helping hand in time of need. Her last admonition to her children was to live a Christian and meet her in the great beyond. She prayed good will and Jesus blessings to all. She spent almost her entire life where she died, moving there with her husband at the age of sixteen. She is survived by her eleven children, fifty-two grand children, and two great great grand children, and a host of other relatives and friends.

She was laid to rest by the side of her husband at Ashcraft Chapel March 11, 1926. Additional Note: Alcinda's mother, Jane Mansfield Hardisty married 2nd to Thomas Robinson and is buried as Jane Robinson. Alcinda's father, Thomas Jefferson Hardesty died before 1870 and is said to be buried at Tunnel Hill near Owensburg, Greene, IN.


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Parents:
 Jane Robinson (1823 - 1898)

Spouse:
 Alexander Wright (1838 - 1913)
 

Burial: Ashcraft Chapel Cemetery Bloomfield (Greene County) Greene County Indiana, USA


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Alcinda Hardesty's Timeline

1843
November 22, 1843
Coshocton, Ohio
1859
November 17, 1859
Age 15
Greene, Indiana, United States
1862
August 9, 1862
Age 18
Koleen, Greene, Indiana
1864
June 3, 1864
Age 20
Owensburg, Jackson Twp, Greene, Indiana [1/3/1864]
1866
May, 1866
Age 22
Owensburg, Jackson Twp, Greene Co, IN
1868
March 22, 1868
Age 24
Greene, Indiana
1870
September 30, 1870
Age 26
Owensburg, Jackson Twp, Greene Co, IN
1871
1871
Age 27
1875
1875
Age 31
1879
1879
Age 35