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About Capt. John Hardin

A Patriot in the American Revolution with a rank of Captain. DAR Ancestor #: A050246

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found on findagrave.com 12/14/2012:

  • Birth: Jun. 2, 1733 Prince William County Virginia, USA
  • Death: Jun. 2, 1804 Georges Township Fayette County Pennsylvania, USA

John Hardin was born in Fauquier, Prince William, Virginia, United States. He was the son of Major John Hardin (1710 – 1789) and Catherine Marr Hardin (1711 – 1786). He married Isabella Strawbridge (1733-1814) at Faquier, Prince William, Virginia, United States on May 3,1751. Isabella was the daughter of Christopher Strawbridge. Don't know her mother's name.

John & Isabella had the following known children:

  • Jack Hardin 1751 – 1818;
  • Isabel Hardin 1752 – 1757;
  • Cato Hardin 1754 – 1779;
  • Elizabeth Hardin 1757 –,
  • Nestor Hardin 1759 – 1839;
  • Hector Hardin 1762 – 1800;
  • John Hardin 1762 – 1853;
  • William Henry Hardin 1766 – 1825;
  • Absolom Hardin 1767 – 1850;
  • Mariam Hardin 1768 – 1850;
  • Matilda Hardin 1772 –;
  • Mary Ann Hardin 1775;
  • George Hardin 1776 – 1854;
  • Elizabeth Hardin 1778 – 1779;
  • Mehelia Hardin 1778 – and
  • Alice Alcy Hardin 1783 – 1823.

John "Miller" Hardin Timeline

  • 1733 - born Pr Wm Co which is now Fauquire Co
  • SPOUSE: Isabella Shubrach/Strawbride 1733-17 May 1814
  • Captain in the border wars of the American Revolution. Owned a grist mill at George's Creek, Fayette Co., PA.
  • 1773 - Feb 18, granted 296 arces Dunmore Co.
  • 1778 - Jan 7, granted 44 acres in Hampshire Co.
  • 1782 - May 1, served as Capt under Col. Wm Crawford, Fayette Co, PA
  • 1782 - May 16 to Jun 16, sereved as Capt in Westmoreland Mil, PA Militia
  • 1784 - Militia Loan , a certificate of public debt #3161, L18.6.0, was issued to John hardin for a tour of active duty in the Westmoreland Co. Militia as Capt of a Company from May 16-Jun 16, 1782.
  • 1786 - Springhill Twp, PA; owned a grist-mill assessed at L100 located near Lewis Hunter's residence
  • 1788 - Jun 4, bequeath 5 shilling by father's will
  • 1789 - his grist-mill had passed onto his son Henry
  • 1803 - Buried in family cemtery on George's Creek.
  • 1803 - May 13, will probated in Bedford Co, PA; mentions listed children
  • 1803 - Jun 3, Will dated
  • 1811 - Mar, Estate settlement in Fayette Co, PA
  • CHILDREN:13

Reference: REDBOOK - Fayette Co from Westmoreland from Bedford 1771 from Cumberland 1750 WEST VIRIGINIA REVOLUTIONARY ANCESTORS, 1983 page 128 Estate settlements: Mar 1811, John Harden (?) mentions: wife, Isabella, sons: John, Absolom, Hector; daus, Moliha, Alice and others. INTEREST REGISTER, Vol A, page 107, Militia Loans of 1784 and 1785, "Public Debt", Records of the Comptroller General, at the Division of Archives and Munscripts. THE HISTORY OF THE HARDIN FAMILY Above from Diane Miller

Some famous people related to John Miller Hardin through his dad, Maj. John Hardin according to ancestry.com:

  • Helen Adams Keller(1880-1968) American author and activist (4th Cousin 4 times removed),
  • James Matthew Barrie(1860-1937) Scottish Novelist (3rd Cousin 6 times removed),
  • Mark Twain(1835-1910)American Author (4th Cousin 5 times removed),
  • Jimmy Earl Carter(1924-) 39th President of the United States of America (4th Cousin 6 times removed), * Ronald Reagan(1911-2004)40th President of the United States of America (2nd Cousin 11 times removed),
  • Theodore Roosevelt(1858-1919) 26th President of the United States (6th Cousin 4 times removed),
  • Samuel Morse(1791-1872) American Inventor (7th Cousin 3 times removed),
  • Benjamin Harrison(1833-1901) 9th Cousin,
  • John F. Kennedy(1917-1963) 35th President of the United States (8th Cousin 2 times removed), * Margaret I of Denmark(1353-1412) Queen Consort of Scotland (2nd Cousin 14 times removed)
  • and many others.

JOHN HARDIN'S GRAVESITE

  • U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006 about John Hardin
  • Name:John Hardin
  • Service Info.:CONTINENTAL LINE REVOLUTIONARY WAR Birth
  • Birth Date:2 Jun 1733
  • Death Date:2 Jun 1803
  • Cemetery:Hardin Family Cem Cemetery
  • Address:Morris Cross Roads, Lemont Furnace, Pennsylvania 15456

Family links:

Parents:
  • John Hardin (1710 - 1789)
  • Catherine Marr Hardin (1711 - 1786)
Spouse:
 Isabella Strawbridge Hardin (1733 - 1814)

Burial: Hardin Family Cemetery Fayette County Pennsylvania, USA


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Created by: Stella Burnette

  • Record added: Aug 06, 2012
  • Find A Grave Memorial# 94910528

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James Lee Family Tree

Entries: 9150 Updated: Sun Jan 4 21:46:21 2004 Contact: Randy Lee

The book "Hardin & Harding of Virginia and Kentucky" compiled and published by Dorothy Ford Wulfeck, 1963, on page 44, lists the children of Mark Hardin and Ann Hartley, and among them is Nancy Hardin, who married Clement Gillihan.

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Capt. John Hardin's Timeline

1733
June 2, 1733
Fauquier, Price William, Virginia
1751
1751
Age 17
1752
1752
Age 18
1754
January 10, 1754
Age 20
Providence, RI, USA
1754
Age 20
1757
1757
Age 23
1759
1759
Age 25
Frederick County, Virginia
1759
Age 25
VA, USA
1762
1762
Age 28
1762
Age 28