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Marcus Hardin

Also Known As: "Marc", "Mark", "Hardouin", "Harden", "Hardwyn", "Hardewyn"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Staten Island, Richmond County, Province of New York
Death: Died in Prince William County, Province of Virginia
Immediate Family:

Son of Martin Hardin and Madeleine Hardin
Husband of Marie Madeleine Hardin
Father of Martin Hardin; Maj. John Hardin; Nancy Ann Jones; Elizabeth Cloud; Sarah Hardin and 6 others
Brother of Isaac Hardin; Abraham Hardin; Elizabeth Hardin; Jacob Hardin; Benjamin Hardin and 1 other

Occupation: Planter and Inn Keeper
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About Marcus Hardin

Alternate origin theory: http://www.gregathcompany.com/catalog/books/riley/hardoin.htm

Marc Hardin, born Abt. 1660 in Rouen France died Abt. 1734 in Prince William Co, Virginia He was the son of 312. Pierre Hardin. He married 157. Marie Madeline De La Chaumette Abt. 1704

MARCUS 'MARK' HARDIN [6117] was born before 26 March 1681 in Staten Island, Richmond County, New York, and died 1 May 1735 in Prince William County, Virginia. He was christened Marcus (after his presumed grandfather Marcus Du Sauchoy) on 26 March1681 in Staten Island, New York. He married MARY HOGUE (Marie Madeline de la Chaumette Hogue) between 1700 and 1701 in Northumberland County, Virginia, the daughter of THOMAS HOGUE. She was born 1665 in Northumberland County, Virginia, and died 1735 in Prince William County, Virginia. The earliest record places him in Northumberland County, Virginia Colony in 1707. In 1716 they 94 acres in Richmond County. It is not clear that they ever actually lived there. In 1723 the lived in King George County and was granted 640 acres in Stafford County. It appears that he immediately assigned 295 acres of this grant to John Windwright. The following year Mark obtained a warrant for 232 acres in King George County. His will was probated in Prince William County, Virginia on 21 May 1735.


Children of MARK HARDIN and MARY HOGUE are:

  1.
     JOHN HARDIN, b. 1710, Northumberland County, Virginia; d. 13 Oct 1789, Nelson County, Kentucky.
  2.
     MARTIN HARDIN, b. about 1716, Northumberland County, Virginia; d. 1780.
  3.
     HENRY HARDIN, b. about 1720, Prince William County, Virginia; d. 26 May 1797, Pittsylvania County, Virginia.
  4. ANN HARDIN, m. HENRY HOLTZCLAW.
  5. ALICE HARDIN, m. WILLIAM CLOUD.
  6. ELIZABETH HARDIN, d. about 1752.
  7. MARTHA HARDIN, m. JAMES MCDONALD
  8. ABIGAIL HARDIN.
  9. MARY HARDIN, m. ROBERT JONES.
   Bibliography
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         1707: Northumberland County (Virginia) Record Book number 17
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         1711: Northumberland County (Virginia) Record Book number 17
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         1715: Northumberland County (Virginia) Record Book number 17
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         1723-1728: King George County (Virginia) Order Book 1721 - 1723
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         1723: King George County (Virginia) Order Book 1721 - 1723 (Mark's Will)
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         1734: Prince William County (Virginia) Will Book C 
   Research Notes: Many researchers list Mark's parents as Martin Hardewyn and Madeleine Du Sauchoy, French Huguenots, who immigrated to the New World in the mid 1600's. The contention that Mark was born in New York seems to be a result of this presumed linkage. According to H. Charles Speed...
       Mark was born c1660 in Rouen, Normandy France and that Mary was born c1670 in the same place. They were married in England and about 1710 immigrated to Newfoundland (Canada). About 1716 they took passage to the Virginia Colony where Marc then purchased land in the Elk Run sector of Fauquier County. he began to acquire a substantial estate and owned an inn or "ordinary" as they were called. After he died in 1734, his second son, Martin, took over the inn and remained in Fauquier County. 
   According to Theodor Friederich Von Stauffenberg, author of The Shumate Family, Washington, D.C., May, 1964 Mark Hardin married Mary Hogue de la Chaumette (name later anglicized to SHUMATE.
    
   According to Lewis Wiley Rigsby in his book "Georgia Families" in Chapter VIII entitled "Harden Hints and Genealogies"...
       Mark Hardin was born in Rouen, France, in 1660. When he was about twenty-five years old, Louis XIV issued the Edit of Restoration, October 20, 1685, which revoked the Edict of Nantes. Mark Hardin was a Huguenot and immediately fled from France, settling in either England or Wales. He married Mary Hogue. Also, spelled Hoge, but whether the marriage occurred before fleeing France or after is uncertain. Mark, after residing for a short while in England or Wales, moved to Canada with his family. Because of the rigid winters they move south and settled in Prince William County, Virginia (about 1706) where he resided until his death in 1734.

Historically the spelling of the name Hardin was often different for the same individual and court records reflect Hardin, Harden and Harding. When recording the name "Hardin" in public records a century ago many officials substitute the letter "E" for the letter "I" in the second syllable, resulting in "Harden." In England they spell the name this way, and its root is Hareden or Hare-den. Harding, or Hardynge, is a common English form meaning "Grey-stone/hare valley". The name does not suggest a Gallic origin but the Huguenot refugees brought with their French blood French names. The consensus is that "Hardin" is a metamorphosis of a French name, probably Hardouin.

There are a number of theories about the origins of our Hardin line. Most agree that the line is descended from French Huguenots (Protestants). Our first proven proven record is of Mark Hardin and the purchase of land on 7 April 1707 in Northumberland County, Virginia. Some researchers believe that his parents were Mark Hardewyn and Madeleine Du Sauchoy of New York.

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/d/u/r/Peggy-S-Durand/GENE1-0050.html

Mark Hardin, born 20 Oct 1681 in Staten Island, New York; died 01 May 1735 in Prince William County, Virginia. He was the son of 4928. Martin Hardin and 4929. Madeleine Du Sauchey. He married 2465. Mary Hogue Unknown in Northumberland County, Virginia.

     2465. Mary Hogue, born 1688 in France; died 1755 in Northumberland, Virginia. 

Notes for Mark Hardin:

I have found some sources stating that this Mark Hardin could have been born as early as 1660 in Rouen, Normandy, France.

Mark Hardin first appears in the Virginia records in Northumberland County, 7 April, 1707, when he was deeded 50 acres of land by the heirs of John Melton, decd. On 22 September, 1715, he had a runaway servent returned to him by William Branes of Maryland.

While still living in Northumberland County, he had in 1716 two grants of 94 acres and 122 1/2 acres in Richmond County. On 14 March, 1720, Mark Hardin and his wife Mary of Richmond County deeded away the land that he had bought in Northumberland County in 1707.

A grant of 642 acres in Stafford County 4, March, 1722/23, calls him Mark Hardin of George County. Another 232 acres in Stafford County was granted him 24 July, 1724. All or most of this land was in what later became the Elk Run District of Prince William County, not far from Germantown.

Mark Hardin's will dated 16 March, 1734/35 and probated in Prince William County, Virgina, 21 May, 1735, leaves land to his eldest son John, and his other sons, Martin, Mark and Henry, with the stipulation that if any of the last named sons die without issue, their land is to fall to the daughters, Ann and Alice Hardin; to the daughter Elizabeth Hardin he also leave 100 acres of land bought of James McDonald; to sons and daughter John, Martin, Mark, Henry and Martha McDonald 2 shillings each; wife to be satisfied with her dower in the 200 acres left to the son Mark; after the wifes decease, the rest of the estate to be divided among the 5 daughters, Abigail, Mary, Ann, Elizabeth and Alice; wife Mary and sons John and Martin, executors. The will indicates that none of the children were married except Martha McDonald and perhaps John.

Prince William County, Virginia, Will Book C, 1734-1744, Pages 36-38 Mark Hardin of Prince WilliamCounty in the Colony of Virginia. To my eldest son John Hardin two hundred and thirty two acres ofl and situate lying and being in Princ William County the said land being part of a paten for six hundred and forty two acers of land and begining for the two hundred and thirty two acres of land at a white oack standing in the first line mentioned in the said paten on the southeast side of the said track of land then runing north westwesterly along a sarvanor (?) cawled by the name of Martins Springbranch to a corner hickory standing in the hid (?) of the said Sarvanor, then more westaly to a corner white oack then south west to an whit aock then nothe westerly to a corner south west to an whit oack then nothe westerly to a corner five white oacks then notheesterly to a corner hickory and five white oacks then down the main branch of muddy Hole, extending down the said branch to wt oack standing in the said branch blow the house hwere the said John Hardin at present lives then notherly up a valey to a corner stake being theextent of the said track of land then esterly to a post and so to the white oack where it first begun.

Unto my sone Mark Hardin two hundred aceres of land it being the remainer part of the said track as above said in the County of Princ William and allso one negro man cawled Sambo.

To my sone Henry Hardin two hundred acres of land situate lyin and being in Prince William County, the said land being part of three hundred acres of land bought of James McDoneill the said land lying

and being on the south side of Kittle Run the loer part of it and the plantation to him.

If any of my three sons last named Martin, Mark, or Henry Hardin should die withou heirs lawfully begotten that there land shall (go) to two of my daughters Ann and Alis Hardin.

Unto my daughter Elizabeth Hardin one hunfred acres of land it being the upper part of three haundred acres of land bought of James McDoniell on the south side of Kittle Run in the County Of PrinceWilliam.

My will is that all my sons and my daughter Martha (to wit) John, Martin, Mark and Henry Hardin and Martha McDonhill shall have two shillings star (ling) payd to each of them ourt of my estate and that to be their full part besides there land allready given to my sons and no more.

It is my will that after my decees my loving wife Mary Hardin shall choose her devedent of the land above given to sone Mark Hardin and to be therewith satisfied for her third part of all my lands,that then she shall have the said land and Negro Sambo and all the improvements during her life and after decesas the said land and NegroSambo and all the improvements to fall to my son Mark Hardin.

It is my will that after the deceas my whole peersonall estate shall not be brought to appraisment but to be at the deuction of myloving wife Mary Hardin.

It is my will that after my deces of my loving wife Mary Hardin that the above mentioned parsin all estate shall be equally divided amung my five daughters vis. Abgail, Mary, Ann, Elizabeth, Alis or their hiers.

My will is that my loving wife Mary Hardin and son John Hardin and my son Mardin Hardin be my executors.

Wit: Mark Hardin

Thomas (X) Simon

Daniell (X) Shumate

Judith (I) Shumate

Elizabeth (E) Roylte

21 May 1735, Presented into Court by Mary Hardin and John Hardin executors therein named. Proved by the oaths of Thomas Simon and DanlShumate, two of the witnesses.

Page 30, Bond of Mary Hardin, John Hardin, Robert Jones and Thomas

Conway unto Denis McCarty, first justice For 300. 21 May 1735. Mary Hardin and John Hardin are exors. of Mark Hardin, dec.

Mary (X) Hardin

John Hardin

Robt. Jones

Thomas Conway

Marc Hardin was a farmer and an innkeeper. After his death, his son Martin took over the inn and remained in Prince William (Fauquier) Co., VA.

More About Mark Hardin:

Occupation: Planter/Inn Keeper

     

Children of Mark Hardin and Mary Hogue are:

	1232	i.	 	Major John Hardin, Sr., born 1710 in Northumberland, Virginia; died 13 Oct 1789 in Nelson County, Kentucky; married Catherine Marr Abt. 1730 in Stafford County, Virginia.
		ii.	 	Alice Hardin, born 1711; died Unknown; married William Cloud Unknown in Virginia; born Unknown; died 1811 in Fairfield County, South Carolina.
	More About William Cloud:

Will: 20 Aug 1811, Fairfield County, South Carolina

		iii.	 	Martin Hardin, born Abt. 1716 in Prince William County, Virginia; died Bet. 20 Nov 1779 - 1780 in Monongahela County, Virginia; married Lydia Waters Bet. 1739 - 1740 in Prince William County, Virginia; born 16 Apr 1720 in Stafford County, Virginia; died Bef. 1780 in Monongahela County, Virginia.
	Notes for Martin Hardin:

DAR Lineage shows this Martin Hardin to have served in the Revolution.

Martin Hardin is listed on the Rent Roll for Prince William County 1751, 1753, 1754. In Fauquier County in 1770. (Likely he didn't move; the county had been formated.)

He was licensed to keep an ordinary in Prince William Co., Va. 26 Aug. 1754.

Copy of his Will dated Nov 20 1779 refers to his residence as Monongahela Co., VA and is preserved in the Chicago Historical Society among the papers of his grandson, Gen. Martin D. Hardin. The Will may never have been recorded.

	More About Martin Hardin:

Occupation: Innkeeper

Residence: Farquier County, Virginia then to Georges Creek

	Notes for Lydia Waters:

Lydia is not mentioned in the will of her husband.

		iv.	 	Henry Hardin, born 1716 in Richmond, Virginia; died Bet. 1794 - 1797 in Pittslyvania, Virginia; married Judith Lynch Abt. 1732; born 1711; died Aft. 1797 in Kentucky.
	Notes for Henry Hardin:

Henry Hardin sold his Prince William County land in 1756 to John Ashby. He was deeded 1000 acres of land in Halifax County bu Byrd Williams, 20 May, 1762. This later became Pittsylvania County.

Both Henry and his wife Judith are said to be DAR Revolutionary Patriots.

	More About Henry Hardin:

Occupation: Planter

Residence: Prince William and Halifax County Virginia

		v.	 	Mark Hardin236, born Abt. 1718 in Prince William, Virginia; died Unknown; married (1) Elizabeth Ashby Unknown; born Abt. 1720; died Aft. 1758; married (2) Betty Hardin Unknown; born Unknown; died Unknown.
	Notes for Mark Hardin:

The records show that Mark Hardin was in Prince William County, Virginia, until 1755 when he sold his property to his brother, Martin. He then moved to Frederick County where he was paid for services in the French and Indian War in September, 1858. He also seems to have lived in Culpeper County around this time and was paid there too for his War services. After 1758 he disappears from the records and he may have moved to Pittsylvania County, Virginia, with his brother Henry, and is the same Mark Hardin who was an overseer there in 1767. He also appears in the tax lists there for 1782 and 1783.

The children of Mark and Elizabeth Hardin are uncertain but one of them appears to have been a son, Mark, who married a Crittenden and moved to Kentucky.

He was divorced before Nov 1753. Prince William Co Court 27 Nov 1753.

Betty Hardin sued Mark Hardin for his alimony. He was married to Elizabeth Ashby (daughter of Thomas Ashby).

	More About Mark Hardin:

Occupation: Soldier, Planter, and Overseer

Residence: Prince William, Frederick, and Pittsylvania Counties, Virginia

		vi.	 	Martha Hardin, born 1722 in Prince William, Virginia; died Unknown; married James McDonald Bef. 1735 in Virginia; born Unknown; died Unknown.
		vii.	 	Abigail Hardin, born 1724 in Prince William, Virginia; died Unknown.
		viii.	 	Mary Hardin, born 1726 in Prince William, Virginia; died Abt. 1752; married Robert Jones Unknown; born Unknown; died Unknown.
		ix.	 	Anna Hardin, born Abt. 1728 in King George County, Virginia; died 1752 in South Carolina; married Johann Heinrich Holtzclaw Unknown; born 14 Nov 1711 in Oberrifischbach, Germany; died Aft. 26 Sep 1777 in Prince William County, Virginia.
	Notes for Anna Hardin:

Nancy Holtzclaw was baptized at the Broad Run Baptist Church 7 May 1763 and listed with other members 18 Aug 1769. "Deceased" was written in following these entries: Henry's Family was the only Holtzclaw family in the area. The son Jacob named one of his sons "John Harden Holtzclaw" - Jacob remained in Fauquier County and the Hardins had gone to Kentucky so there would be no association unless Hardin was a family name. Teh Hardin names apears several other times among the descendants of Nancy and Henry Holtzclaw. Some of the Holtzclaw families join the Hardins in PA and Kentucky. This leaves little doubt as to the close association of the two families.

	Notes for Johann Heinrich Holtzclaw:

Godfather was Johannes Jung (John Young, immigrant to Virginia in 1734) He died in 1778 in Prince William County, Virginia. Henry Holtzclaw is on the Rent Roll of Fauquier County in 1770, Prince William County in 1773 and 1770.

Henry Holtzclaw left a will in Prince William County, Virginia dates 26 Sep 1777 and probated at the August Court in 1778. Does not mention his wife, presumably deceased. Mentions children Jacob, Duanna Cornwell, James, Nancy Leach, and the three youngest, Timothy, Nathan, and Dinah. The minutes of the Broad Run Baptist Church indicate that his wife was Nancy/Ann and that there was another daughter Winifred.

		x.	 	Elizabeth Hardin, born 1730 in Prince William, Virginia; died Unknown.

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Who Was Who in Hardin Co

A prolific lot, overrun by Martins, Marks and Henrys. Three notables: Ruffled Shirt Martin, Racer Mark and Humdrum Harry. Guess who's in the direct line? The progenitor of all of them, Marcus Hardin, it's fairly safe to say with some accuracy, was born on Staten Island, Richmond County, New York, and was christened Marcus after his presumed grandfather Marcus Du Sauchoy on March 26 1681 in Staten Island. The earliest record places him and his wife Mary Hogue—Marie Madeline de la Chaumette Hogue—in Northumberland County, Virginia Colony in 1707. In 1716 they held 94 acres in Richmond County, but it is not clear that they ever actually lived there. In 1723 they lived in King George County and was granted 640 acres in Stafford County. It appears that he immediately assigned 295 acres of this grant to John Windwright. The following year Mark obtained a warrant for 232 acres in King George County. His will was probated in Prince William County, Virginia on 21 May 1735.....

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Birth 20 Oct 1681 Staten Island, New York, U.S.A. Find all individuals with events at this location

Residence Prince William county, Virginia, U.S.A. Find all individuals with events at this location

Died 1 May 1735 Prince William county, Virginia, U.S.A. Find all individuals with events at this location

Person ID I26089 mykindred

Last Modified 25 Apr 2004

Father [son] Hardin, d. Yes, date unknown

Mother [dau] (__), d. Yes, date unknown

Married 5 Mar 1670/71 Staten Island, New York, U.S.A. Find all individuals with events at this location

Family ID F18453 Group Sheet

Family Marie Madeline De La Chaumette Hogue, b. 1688, Rouen, Normady, France Find all individuals with events at this location, d. Bef 24 Mar 1755, Fauquier county, Virginia, U.S.A. Find all individuals with events at this location

Married Between 1693 and 1724

Children

1. Maj. John Hardin, R.S., b. 1710, Northumberland county, Virginia, U.S.A. Find all individuals with events at this location, d. 13 Oct 1789, Nelson county, Kentucky, U.S.A. Find all individuals with events at this location

2. Henry Hardin, b. 1716, Richmond, Virginia, U.S.A. Find all individuals with events at this location, d. 1794, Pittsylvania, Virginia, U.S.A. Find all individuals with events at this location

3. Martin "Ruffled Shirt" Hardin, b. Abt 1716, Prince William county, Virginia, U.S.A. Find all individuals with events at this location, d. 1780, Monongahela county, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. Find all individuals with events at this location

4. Mark Hardin, b. Abt 1718, Prince William county, Virginia, U.S.A. Find all individuals with events at this location

	5. Martha Hardin,   b. 1722, Prince William county, Virginia, U.S.A. Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
	6. Abigail Hardin,   b. Abt 1724, Prince William county, Virginia, U.S.A. Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown

7. Elizabeth Hardin, b. Between 1724 and 1730, Prince William county, Virginia, U.S.A. Find all individuals with events at this location, d. Abt 1772

	8. Mary Hardin,   b. Abt 1726, Prince William county, Virginia, U.S.A. Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Abt 1752, Virginia, U.S.A. Find all individuals with events at this location

9. Ann "Annie" Hardin, b. 1728, King George county, Virginia, U.S.A. Find all individuals with events at this location, d. Aug 1778, Prince William county, Virginia, U.S.A. Find all individuals with events at this location

10. Alice Hardin, b. Abt 1730, Prince William county, Virginia, U.S.A. Find all individuals with events at this location, d. Abt 1811, ? Fairfield county, South Carolina, U.S.A. Find all individuals with events at this location

Family ID F9478 Group Sheet

Notes

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     Mark Hardin first appears in the Virginia records in Northumberland Co., April 7, 1707 when he was deeded 50 acres of land by the heirs of John Melton, decd.   On September 22, 1715, he had a runaway servant returned to him by William Branes of Maryland.
         While still living in Northumberland County, he had in 1716 two grants of 94 acres and 122 1/2 acres in Richmond County.  On March 14, 1720 Mark Hardin and his wife Mary of Richmond County deeded away the land that he had bought in Northumberland Co. in 1707.
         A grant of 642 acres in Stafford County March 4, 1722/23 calls him Mark Hardin of King George County.  Another 232 acres in Stafford County was granted him July 24, 1724.  All or most of this land was in what later became the Elk Run District of Prince William County, not far from Germantown.
         Mark Hardin's will dated March 16, 1734/35 and probated in Prince William County, VA, may 21, 1735, leaves land to his eldest son John, and his other sons, Martin, Mark, and Henry, with the stipulation that if any of the three last named sons die without issue, their land is to fall to the daughters, Ann and Alice Hardin; to the daughter Elizabeth Hardin he also leaves 100 acres of land bought of James McDoneill; to sons and daughter John, Martin, Mark, Henry, and Martha McDonheill 2 shillings each; wife to be satisfied with her dower in the 200 acres left to the son Mark; after the wifes decease, the rest of the estate to be divided among the 5 daughters, Abigail, Mary, Ann, Elizabeth and Alice; wife Mary and sons John and Martin, executors.  The will indicates that none of the children were married except martha McDonald and perhaps John.
     SOURCE OF ABOVE INFORMATION:
     Ancestry and Descendants of the Nassau-Siegen Immigrants to Virginia. 1714-1750
     Daisy Decker George
     J. Oran Hardin
     Entered 3 October 1995
     Mark Hardin was the son of Martin Hardin, one of three Hugenot brothers who fled France during the religious wars which raged there for some two hundred years.  Mark married Mary Hogue, lived in Prince William Co., VA and died there about 1734.  His will was probated there in 1734.
     The three immigrants, moving from Canada and headed for the Carolinas stopped in Virginia.  One was killed by Indians in Virginia shortly thereafter; the second pushed on toward Carolina and all trace of him was lost.  He was probably killed by Indians.  Martin remained in Virginia and sired the Hardin line of Virginia, Pennsylvania and Kentucky.
     source: The Genealogy of Mary Ellen Cox Storm of Hancock County, KY written by S. H. Briedenbach of Arlington, VA on June 19, 1971
     Mark Hardin first appears in the Virginia records in Northumberland County, April 7, 1707, when he was deeded 50 acres of land by the heirs of John Melton, decd. On September 22, 1715, he had a runaway servant returned to him by William Branes of Maryland.
         While still living in Northumberland County he had in 1716 two grants of 94 acres and 122 1/2 acres inRichmond County. On March 14, 1720 Mark Hardin and his wife Mary of Richmond County deeded away the land that he had bought in Northumberland County in 1707.
         A grant of 642 acres in Stafford County March 4, 1722/3 calls him Mark Hardin of King George County.
         Another 232 acres in Stafford County was granted him July 24, 1724. All or most of this land was in what later became the Elk Run District of Prince William County, not far from Germantown.
         Mark Hardin's will dated March 16, 1734/5 and probated in Prince William County, Virginia, May 21, 1735, leaves land to his eldest son John, and his other sons, Martin, Mark, and Henry, with the stipulation that if any of the three last named sons die without issue, their land is to fall to the daughters, Ann and Alice Hardin; to the daughter Elizabeth Hardin he also leaves 100 acres of land bought of James McDoneill; to sons and daughter John, Martin, Mark, Henry, and Martha McDonheill 2 shillings each; wife to be satisfied with her dower in the 200 acres left to the son Mark; after the wifes decease, the rest of the estate to be divided among the 5 daughters, Abigail, Mary, Ann, Elizabeth and Alice.; wife Mary and sons John and Martin, executors.The will indicates that none of the children were married except Martha McDonald and perhaps John.
     Source of Information: Nassau-Siegen Immigrants; Daisy Decker George; J. Oran Hardin; Entered 3 October, 1995

Sources

  1. [S575] Gedcom - Jackson-Henkle, Barbara.
  2. [S897] Gedcom - Storm, Brad.
  3. [S923] Gedcom - Beatty, Marvin.
  4. [S119] Cloud Family, by Rachel (Cloud) and Clifton Pond.

-------------------- Found on findagrave.com 12/14/2012:

  • Birth: Oct. 20, 1681 Staten Island Richmond County New York, USA
  • Death: May 1, 1735 Prince William County Virginia, USA

"Mark Hardin first appears in the Virginia records in Northumberland County, April 7, 1707, when he was deeded 50 acres of land by the heirs of John Melton, decd. On September 22, 1715, he had a runaway servant returned to him by William Branes of Maryland.

While still living in Northumberland County he had in 1716 two grants of 94 acres and 122 1/2 acres in Richmond County. On March 14, 1720 Mark Hardin and his wife Mary of Richmond County deeded away the land that he had bought in Northumberland County in 1707.

A grant of 642 acres in Stafford County March 4, 1722/3 calls him Mark Hardin of King George County.

Another 232 acres in Stafford County was granted him July 24, 1724. All or most of this land was in what later became the Elk Run District of Prince William County, not far from Germantown.

Mark Hardin's will dated March 16, 1734/5 and probated in Prince William County, Virginia, May 21, 1735, leaves land to his eldest son John, and his other sons, Martin, Mark, and Henry, with the stipulation that if any of the three last named sons die without issue, their land is to fall to the daughters, Ann and Alice Hardin; to the daughter Elizabeth Hardin he also leaves 100 acres of land bought of James McDoneill; to sons and daughter John, Martin, Mark, Henry, and Martha McDonheill 2 shillings each; wife to be satisfied with her dower in the 200 acres left to the son Mark; after the wifes decease, the rest of the estate to be divided among the 5 daughters, Abigail, Mary, Ann, Elizabeth and Alice.; wife Mary and sons John and Martin, executors.The will indicates that none of the children were married except Martha McDonald and perhaps John.

SOURCE OF INFORMATION

  • Nassau-Siegen Immigrants
  • Daisy Decker George
  • J. Oran Hardin

Entered 3 October, 1995

More About MARK HARDIN:

  • FIRST SPOUSE: Mary Hogue
  • Occupation: Planter
  • Residence: Prince William County, Virginia"

SOURCE: "Descendants of Martin Hardin" by Marvin P. Beatty http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/b/e/a/Marvin-P-Beatty/GENE4-0002.html#CHILD2

Known children of Mark and Mary Hogue Hardin:

  • 1.MAJOR JOHN HARDIN, b. 1710, Northumberland County Virginia; d. 13 October 1789, Nelson County Kentucky; m. CATHERINE MARR
  • 2.MARTIN (RUFFLED SHIRT) HARDIN, b. Abt. 1716, Prince William County Virginia; d. 1780, Monongahela County Pennsylvania; m. LYDIA WATERS
  • 3.HENRY HARDIN, b. 1716, Richmond, Virginia; d. 1797, Pittsylvania Virginia; m. JUDITH LYNCH
  • 4.MARTHA HARDIN, b. 1722; m. JAMES MCDONALD.
  • 5.ABIGAIL HARDIN, b. 1724.
  • 6.MARY HARDIN, b. 1726. m. __ HONES
  • 7.[NANCY]ANN HARDIN, b. 1728, King George County Virginia; d. 1752, South Carolina; m. HENRY HOLTZCLAW
  • 8.ELIZABETH HARDIN, b. 1730.
  • 9.MARK HARDIN, m.(1) ELIZABETH ASHBY, (2)SUSANNAH __
  • 10.ALICE HARDIN, m. WILLIAM CLOUD

Family links:

Parents:
  • Martin Hardin/HARDEWYN (1650 - 1706)
  • Madeleine Du Sauchoy Hardin/HARDEWYN (1658 - 1715)
Spouse:
 Mary Hogue Hardin (1665 - 1735)

Children:
  • John Hardin (1710 - 1789)*
  • Martin Hardin (1716 - 1779)*
  • Henry Hardin (1720 - 1797)*
  • Alice Hardin Cloud (1732 - ____)*

  • Calculated relationship

Burial: Unknown


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ID: I12602 Name: Mark HARDIN Surname: Hardin Given Name: Mark Sex: M Birth: 20 Oct 1681 in Staten Island,Richmond,N.Y. Death: 1 May 1735 in ,Prince William,Va. _UID: A9E90F047D95D511BD9E44455354000028DE Note: Dear Barb, I knew you were a Germanna descendant, but who is your Hardin ancestor?? I descend from Martin Hardin, son of Mark (will 1734). The two lines came together with my gg-grandparents in 1853. I have a cousin in Santa Maria--same lineage. Joy Watkins Arlington, TX jhwatkins100@earthlink.net

I'm a descendant of Mark Hardin and Mary Hogue and have quite a bit of info other than what is in Germanna Record No. 5 that I would be happy to share with you. I also have info on the Harding family--mine is from England to Massachusetts in the 1630's. Barb Price RockCatt@aol.com . I was reading thru the recent postings regarding Shumates and I remembered that there were 2 Shumates that witnessed the will of my ancestor, Mark Hardin. The will was written in 1734 and proved in 1735: WILL OF MARK HARDIN, dated 16 March 1734 Mark Hardin of Princ Wm. County in the colony of Virginia. To my eldest son JOHN HARDIN two hundred and thirty two acres of land situate lying and being in Princ William County the said land being part of a paten(t) for six hundred and forty two acors ofland and beginning for the two hundred and thirty acres of land at a white oack tanding in the first line metnioned in the said paten on the southeast side of the said track of land then running north west westerly along a sarvanor cawled by the name of Martins Spring branch to a corner hickory standing in the hid (?) of the said Sarvanor, then more wetaly to a corner white oack then south west to an whit oack then nothe westerly to a corner five white oacks then nothe esterly to a corner hickory and five white oacks then down the main branch of muddy Hole extending down the said branch to wt oack standing in the said branch blow the house where the said John Hardin at present lives then notherly up a valey to a corner stake being the extent of the land then esterly toa post and so to the white oack where it first begun. Unto my son MARTIN HARDIN two hundred and ten acres of land situate lying and being in the said County of Princ Wm. aforesaid, the same being part of the aforesaid track or paten and beginning at the abovesaid Hickery and five white oacks then running notherly to the extent of the said track and including all the southwesterly parts of the track. Unto my sone MARK HARDIN two hundred aceres of land it being the remainer part of the said track as above said in the County of Princ William and allso one negro man cawled Sambo. To my son HENRY HARDIN two hundred acres of land situate lying and being in Prince William County, the said land being part of three hundred acres of land bought of James Mcdoneill the said land lying and being on the south side of Kittle Run the loer part of it and the plantation to him. If any of my three sons last named MARTIN, MARK or HENRY HARDIN should die without heirs lawfully begotten that there land shall go to two of my daughters ANN and ALIS HARDIN. Unto my daughter ELIZABETH HARDIN one hundred acres of lant it being the upper part of three hundred acres of land bought of James Mcdoniell on the south side of Kittle Run in the County of Prince William. My will is that all my sons and my daughter MARTHA (to wit) JOHN, MARTIN, MARK and HENRY HARDIN and MARTHA MCDONHILL shall have two shilling starling payd to each of them out of my estate and that to be their full part besides there land already given to my sons and no more. It is my will that after my decees my loving wife MARY HARDIN whall choose here deedent of the land agove given to sone MARK HARDIN and to be therewith satisfied for her third part of all my lands, that then she shall have the said land and Negro Sambo and all the imprements during her life and after deceas the said land and Negro Sambo and all the improvements to fall to my sone MARK HARDIN. It is my will that after my deces of my loving wife MARY HARDIN that the above mentioned parsinall estate shall be equally divided amung my five daughters vis. ABGAIL, MARY, ANN, ELIZABETH,ALIS or their heirs. My will is the my loving wife MARY HARDIN and sone JOHN HARDIN and my son MARTIN HARDIN be my executors. MARK HARDIN Wit: Thomas (X) Simon Presented into Coury by MARY HARDIN, and JOHN HARDIN executors therein named. Daniell (X) Shumate Proved by the oath of Thomas Simon and Danl. Shumate, two of the witnesses. Judith (X) Shumate Elizabeth (X) Roylte Yes, the will is from Prince William Will Book C, pg 36. I have quite a lot of information about Mark Hardin and his ancestors from BC Holtzclaw's "Ancestry and Descendants of the Nassau Siegen Immigrants to Virginia 1714-1750," and from court and church records in Staten Island, NY. His parents, Martin Hardewyn/Hardin and Madeleine DuSauchoy, were in court a few times, but his grandparents, Marcus DuSauchoy and Elizabeth Rossignol, were in court many times! I would be happy to share that info with you and to the List. I'm not sure who Daniel Shumate is and I'm wondering if the Judith Shumate that witnessed the above will is the Judith Bailey Shumate mentioned in previous postings. Barb Price Change Date: 15 Jun 2012 at 01:00:00

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Marriage 1 Mary HOGUE b: ABT 1688 in ,Northumberland,Va. Married: 1700/1710 Children Has Children Nancy Ann HARDIN b: ABT 1715 in ,Prince William,Va. Has Children John HARDIN b: ABT 1710 in ,Northunberland,Va. Has Children Martin HARDIN b: ABT 1716 in ,Fauquier,Va.

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Marcus Hardin's Timeline

1681
March 26, 1681
Staten Island, Richmond County, Province of New York
1709
1709
Age 27
Probably England

I had gone to the library in St Charles, Mo and found the marriage records and the name recorded was Hogge

1710
1710
Age 28
Northumberland, Virginia
1716
1716
Age 34
Prince William County, Province of Virginia
1716
Age 34
Prince William County, Province of Virginia
1718
1718
Age 36
Prince William County, Province of Virginia
1722
1722
Age 40
Prince William County, Province of Virginia
1722
Age 40
Elk Run, Prince William County, Province of Virginia
1724
1724
Age 42
Prince William County, Province of Virginia
1726
1726
Age 44