|Birthplace:||Anne Arundel, Maryland|
|Death:||Died in Richland Twp, Greene, Indiana, United States|
|Place of Burial:||Walnut Grove/Mood Cemetery, Greene, Indiana|
Son of Robert Hardesty and Elizabeth Hardesty
|Managed by:||Judith "Judi" Elaine (McKee) Burns|
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About Thomas Hardesty
He is NOT the Thomas Hardesty who received a land grant in Webster and Posey Townships, Harrison County, IN, for his service under George Rogers Clark - many are still perpetuating this fact.
Hardesty, Thomas b. 26 May 1764 Anne Arundel co., Md.; m. 3 Jan. 1797 Anne Arundel co., Md. Chaney, Nancy Ann d/o Samuel and Margaret Chaney d. Coshocton co., Oh. He d. 4 Apr. 1859 on Plummer Creek, Greene co., In. Buried Walnut Grove Cemetery Richland Twp., Greene co., In.
Thomas and Edmond Hardesty, who moved to Coshocton Co., Both were married by the Rev. Greenbury Ridgely, a Methodist preacher in Elk Ridge
The name can also be found spelled as Hardisty in some of the early records. The descendants of his grandson Richard has used the spelling of "Hardisty"
Of the children only one is found to be recorded in the All Hallows Parish Anne Arundel County, Maryland Register 1685 - 1858 Vestry Proceedings, 1761 - 1844 on pg. 166 as follows: "Margaret Hardesty Daughter of Thomas Hardesty and Ann his wife was Born Oct. 20 1800 and Baptized Nov. 10. 1801 by the Revd. Nicholas H. Lane"
Some are listing a Catherine Hardesty - but in research work I had seen there has only been the 3 names of daughters listed
"History of Coshocton County, Ohio - Its Past and Present, 1740-1881" : "Thomas [Hardesty] came about 1812 and entered the Southwest quarter of section 19. He was from Maryland, and spent his youth upon the sea, where he acquired the hardiness and recklessness of a sailor. In 1811 he emigrated with his borther, Edmund Hardesty to Washington twp. He remained a resident of the township for a number of years, but never became skilled in the use of his gun. His favorite occupation was the making of maple sugar. he eventually removed to Greene County, Indiana"
Thomas Hardesty, the son of Robert and Elizabeth Hardesty, was born May 26, 1764 in South River Parish, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. He grew up with two sisters and six brothers: John, Elizabeth, Isabella, Edmond, Samuel, Richard, Robert and Reason Hardesty.
His military service included the following:
Enlisted 26 July 1776, Calvert Co, MD by Capt. Joseph Wilkinson. Enrolled in 1777 by Ensign James Sommervill, under Capt Peregreine Fitzhugh and 1st Lt Thomas Jones. Proof: "Muster Rolls of MD Troops in Am. Rev. 1775-1783"; "MD Militia in Rev. War"--Clements & Wright : 149; "MD Rec. Colonial, Rev., Co. & Church from Original Sources"- Brumbaugh, V.II:442 "Hist. Coshocton Co., OH":587.
Thomas married Nancy Anne Chaney/Cheney on January 3, 1797 in Anne Arundel County. They had four children: Aquilla, Margaret Alice, Elizabeth and Catherine Hardesty.
His wife, Nancy Anne died October 27, 1840 in Pike Township, Coshocton County, Ohio.
Thomas died in Plummers Creek, Greene County, Indiana on April 4, 1859, and was laid to rest at Walnut Grove Cemetery (Section 34 of Richland Township).
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~indgcsar/ Daniel Guthrie Chapter Indiana Society Sons of the American Revolution Bedford, Indiana Indiana Society Sons of the American Revolution Patriot Graves Registry ID: 884 Last Updated: 11/22/2009 5:39:51 PM
Patriot Thomas Hardesty Birth: 26 May 1764 Death: 4 Apr 1859
Served from the State of Maryland Service Capacity: Under Capt Peregreine Fitzhugh and 1st Lt Thomas Jones.
Source: "Muster Rolls of MD Troops in Am. Rev. 1775-1783"
Buried in Greene County, Indiana Walnut Grove Cemetery - Section 34 of Richland Twp GPS Coordinates:
Spouse: Nancy Anne Chaney
Children: Aquilla, Margaret Alice, Elizabeth Born: 26 May 1764; Anne Arundel Co, Maryland Died: 4 April 1859 Burial: Walnut Grove Cemetery, Greene County, Indiana.
Service: Enlisted 26 July 1776, Calvert Co, MD by Capt. Joseph Wilkinson. Enrolled in 1777 by Ensign James Sommervill, under Capt Peregreine Fitzhugh and 1st Lt Thomas Jones.
Proof: "Muster Rolls of MD Troops in Am. Rev. 1775-1783"; "MD Militia in Rev. War"--Clements & Wright : 149; "MD Rec. Colonial, Rev., Co. & Church from Original Sources"- Brumbaugh, V.II:442
This Thomas Hardisty/Hardesty NEVER did go to Harrison county Indiana - he went from Anne Arundel county Maryland to Coshocton county Ohio and then to Greene county Indiana with the families of Ault, Emery, Edington, Ashcraft and others there was a great migration of these families at the same time period
Millie Uland ("Gone But Not Forgotten") in Greene County telling me (Joe Chamberlain) that Thomas Hardisty was a Revolutionary War veteran DAR #322076.
He enlisted 24 January 1776 1st Co. Matross Artillery MD. He received a land grant in Webster and Posey Townships, Harrison County, IN, for his service under George Rogers Clark.
If he were with George Rogers Clark in his expedition to Kaskaskia and Vincennes in 1779, he would have been about 15 years old. The book "Early Indiana Trails and Surveys" (1919) by George R. Wilson, which was reprinted is for sale by the Indiana Historical Society, has a discussion of Clark's Grant on pages 57-61. The Virginia General Assemby in Acts dated October 3, 1779 and October 5, 1780, promised land bounties to officers and soldiers of Virginia who served until the end of the Revolutionary War -- ranging from 15,000 acres for a Major General to 200 acres for a Private. In October 1783 the Virginia General Assembly, authorizing a survey of the lands granted the Illinois Regiment [i.e. Clark's] and establishment of a town [Clarksville] within said grant. There were 1000 acres in the Clarksville Grant and 149,000 acres in the Main Grant. The entire Grant is incorporated in what is current day Clark County. Harrison County is part of the Indian cessations negotiated by Gov. W.H. Harrison at Vincennes in 1804 & 1805. It was surveyed and land there sold after Clark's Grant.
If Thomas HARDESTY secured land in Harrison County, it would been through the Land Office in Cincinnati. Margaret R. Waters published a book on these sometime in the 1940s "Indiana Land Entries, Vol.1"
I could find no record of Thomas Hardisty receiving a Revolutionary War bounty land grant from any state. He is not listed in Lloyd Bockstruck's index which includes lands awarded to the Virginia - Indiana Regiment headed by George Rogers Clark. I think I told you earlier that I could find no record of his having served under Clark. There still remains a possibility that his grant (if there was one) came from the federal government. I'll see what I can find on that.
1. Joseph Chamberlain Records and correspondece, .
2. Bureau Of Land Management, . " THOMAS HARDESTY TITLE TRANSFER: Issue Date: 6/1/1845 Land Office: Vincennes Cancelled: No Mineral Reservations: No Authority: April 24, 1820: Sale-Cash Entry (3 Stat. 566) SURVEY: State: INDIANA Acres: 160 Metes/Bounds: No. DOCUMENT NUMBERS: Document Nr.: 32045 Accession/Serial Nr.: IN2470__.050 BLM Serial Nr.: IN NO S/N LEGAL SURVEY: Aliquol Parts: NE Sec/Block: 7/ Township: 6-N Range: 3-W Tract Section: No Meridan: 2nd PM State: IN Counties: Greene Survey No. - - Certificate states: Thomas Hardesty of Coshocton county Ohio
The United States of America, To all to whom these presents shall come, Greeting: Whereas, Aquilla Hardisty, of Coshocton County, Ohio, - has deposited in the General Land Office of the United States, a certificate of the Register of the Land Ofice at Zanesville, - whereby it appears that full payment has been made by the said Thomas Hardisty of Coshocton County Ohio - according to the provisions of the act of Congress of the 24th of April 1820, entitled "An act making further provision for the sale od Punlic Lands; for the North East quarter of Section Seven in Township Six North of Range three West, in the District of lands subject to sale at Vincennes, Indiana, containing one hundred and sixty acre accodring to the offical plat of the survey of the said Lands, returned to the General Land office by the Surveyor General, which said tract has been purchased by the said Thomas Hardisty . and to his heirs, the said tract above described: To have and to hold the same together with all the rights, privileges, immunities and appurtenances, of whatsoover nature thereunto belonging, unto the said Thomas Hardisty and to his heirs and assigns forever. In Testimonty wehere of, I., James K. Preseident of the United States of America, have caused these Letters to be made Patent, and the Seal of the General Land Office to be hereunto affixed. Given under my hand, at the City of Washington, the first day of June in the year of our."
3. 1820 United States Census, Micro Copy 33 Roll 88 Ohio Vol. 3 Coshocton county, Pike Twp. #28a, . "Males 45 upward, 1 .= 1775
16-26, 1 = 1794-1804 45 upward, 1.= 1775."
4. 1830 United States Census, Micro Copy 19 Roll 129 Ohio Vol. 4 Coshocton county, Pike Twp. #2, . " Males 60-70, 1 Females 60-70, 1."
5. 1840 United States Census, Micro Copy 704, Roll 387 Ohio Vol. 5 Coshocton County Pike twp. pg. 346, . " Males 60-70, 1. Females 5-10, 1; 15-20, 1 80-90, 1."
6. John Dean (Jack) Hardesty, William Hardesty descendants (http websites . quincy.edu/~hardesty), John Dean (Jack) Hardesty, O.F.M., Quincey University, 1800 College Ave, Qunicy Univerity Friary, 720 North 20th,, Quincey University, 1800 College Ave, Qunicy Univerity Friary, 720 North 20th,.
7. Compiled and edited by Mrs. Marion H. Miller, Mrs. Robert F. Rehl, State Regent, Source Book for Patroits Buried in Indiana, . "
- Hardisty, Thomas Greene County
- b.-26 May 1764 Anne Arundel d. - 4 April 1859,
- Bur. Walnut Grove Co., MD Cem., Greene, IN.
- m. - 3 Jan. 1797 Anne Arundel Co., MD Nancy Anne Chaney b. ca. 1770 Anne Arundel Co., MD d. - 27 Aug. 1840 Cshocton Co., OH
- ch. - Aquilla b. 21 Feb. 1798 Anne Arundel Co., MD d. - 19 Mar. 1879 m. 3 Oct. 1816 Muskegom Co., OH Catherine Meek. Bur. Pleasant View Cem., Licking Co., OH. Margaret Alice b. 20 Sept. 1800 MD d. 26 Aug. 1890 m. 13 April 1815 Robert Edington
- SERVICE: Enl. 24 Jan. 1776 1st CO. Matross Artillery MD Capt. Nathaniel Smith, Lt. William Woolsey, Lt. Alexander Fornval, Sgt. George Keepot.
- Received land grant in Webster and Posey Twp., Harrison Co., IN, for serv. under George Rogers Clark.
- REF: OB I:234; PI :410; "Hist. of NW Terr." - English, V.II:845; VA St. Lib. Report VIII:266; Baltimore MD. Marr. Rec.; Egan V.1:379; D A R #322076
-------------- Hardisty, Thomas b. 26 May 1764 Anne Arundel Co., MD d. 4 April 1859, buried Walnut Grove Cem., Greene Co., IN
Service: Enl. 26 July 1776 Calvert County, MD, by Capt. Joseph Wilkinson. Enrolled by Ensign James Sommervill. 1777 under Capt. Peregreine Fitzhugh and 1st Lt. Thomas Jones.
Ref: "Muster Rolls of MD Troops in Am. Rev. 1775-1783" :33; "MD Militia in Rev. War" - Clements & Wright;149; "MD Records Colonial, Rev., Co. and Church from Original Sources" - Brumbaugh, v.II:442 "Hist. Coshocton Co., OH":587
NOTE: He is NOT the Thomas Hardesty who received a land grant in Webster and Posey Townships, Harrison County, IN, for his service under George Rogers Clark - many are still perpetuating this fact.
8. N.N. Hill, Jr, History of Coshocton County, Ohio - Its Past and Present 1740-1881, The (A.A. Graham & Co., Newark, Ohio 1, , 977.165 H554. " Thomas Hardesty arrived in Coshocton Co., Ohio with his brother Edmund about 1811/12 and entered land on the SW Quarter of Section 19, Washington Twp.; and remained there until migrating to Greene County, Indiana. It also indicates he spent his youth upon the sea as a sailor."
9. Coshocton county Ohio Deeds, . "No. 1845 Land Office Zanesville, 1810 Us. Government Land 13 AUg. 1831 - The lot of southwest quarter of Section numbered 19 in township no. 4 of the north military range of Zanesville district containing 160 acres, pd. $354.30
Coshocton Co. Oh. Vol 4 pg. 503 John Perkins and Wife Priscilla Perkins to Thomas Hardesty dtd. 28 Mar. 1820 Parcel of ground laying and being in the town of West Carlisle county of Coshocton state of Ohio being Lot No. 34 and lot No. 29 having reference to the plat of said town.
Vol. 5 pg. 270 Thomas Hardesty and wife Nancy Hardsty to James McAdow for $15.00 a certain piece or Lot of ground situated in the twon of West Carlisle, Coshocton county State of Ohio numbered on the plat of said town Lot No. 34 eigh 8 rods length and four in breadth."
10. Alan Hardisty of Kent - England , Hardisty Family Tree Site , http: //www.hardistyfamilytree. com , . "."
11. Jackson Twp. Greene County Indiana Abstract of Real Estate Title Records 1816-1890, pg. 368, . " Bk. A & B pg. 5 U.S. to Thomas Hardesty... Made 24 Apr. 1844; Bk. G pg. 155 Elijah Cruse & Wife to Thomas Hardesty 300.00 Wty ...made 2 Nov. 1847 recorded 4 Nov. 1847; Bk 5 pg. 485 Thomas Hardesty to Henry Jackson 650.00 wty...made 1 Apr. 1872 recirded 13 Apr. 1873; Bk. T pg. 87 Thomas Hardesty to Thomas J. Hardesty 300.00 wty ....made 9 Nov. 1862 recorded 7 Dec. 1862; Bk. Y pg. 428 Thomas Hardesty to JamesBanto 500.00 wty ....made 12 Sep. 1867 recorded 20 Sep. 1867."
12. Greene County Indiana Deeds, Bk. G pg. 154, 155, . "These match the ones listed in Source section under Bureau of Land Management!!
- Land Ne Se 7-6-3 40 A. Canal Land 23 Aug. 1853 #7766; Ne 1/4 7-6-3 160a U. S. Land 24 May 1844 #32045; NE NW 1-6-6- 55 a. U. S. Land 24 May 1844 #33046 patented - 1 Jun. 1845 Bk. 119 pg. 233; Se NW 1-6-4 55 A. canal land 13 Nov. 1847 #275.
Bk. G pg. 154 Hiram Christenberry and Louisanna Christenberry his wife to Thomas Hardesty of Coshocton county, Oh. dtd 2 Nov. 1847 and filed 4 Nov. 1847 land in Greene county as follows: The Northeast quarter of the northeast quarter of section two in township six north of range 4 west containing 56 .62 acres and also the Southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of section thirty five in township seven north of range four west containing 50 acres more or less together with all the rights, privileges, an appurtances, thereunto belonging.
Greene co., In. Bk. G pg. 155 Elijah Cruse and Sally Cruse his wife dtd 29 Oct. 1847 to Thomas Hardesty of Coshocton county Ohio. filed 4 November 1847 Land in Greene co., In. as follows: The Northeast quarter of the Southwest quarter, and also the Northwest quarter of the Southeast quarter of Section seven in township six north of range three west containing eighty acres more or less together with all the rights privileges and appurtenances thereunto belonging."
13. Judith Elaine (McKee) Burns, Thomas Hardesty of Greene County, Indiana His Ancestors and Descendants (Transcript), .
14. Coshocton County Ohio Deeds, . " oshocton Co. Oh. Vol 4 pg. 503 John Perkins and Wife Priscilla Perkins to Thomas Hardesty dtd. 28 Mar. 1820 Parcel of ground laying and being in the town of West Carlisle county of Coshocton state of Ohio being Lot No. 34 and lot No. 29 having reference to the plat of said town.
Vol. 5 pg. 270 Thomas Hardesty and wife Nancy Hardisty to James McAdow for $15.00 a certain piece or Lot of ground situated in the town of West Carlisle, Coshocton county State of Ohio numbered on the plat of said town Lot No. 34 eight 8 rods length and four in breadth."
15. Cemeteries of Eastern Greene County, Indiana (1st 1908's; 2nd 1994), pg. 19/174, . "Thomas Hardesty 26 May 1774 4 Apr. 1859, Hardesty, Thomas, s/o Robert & Elizabeth, 26 May 1764 - 4 Apr 1859." Note: There were two printings of this book - I think.
Thomas Hardesty's Timeline
May 26, 1764
Anne Arundel, Maryland
January 3, 1797
Anne Arundel, Maryland, United States
February 21, 1799
Anne Arundel, Maryland, United States
September 20, 1800
Anne Arundel, Maryland
July 19, 1802
Anne Arundel, Maryland, United States
April 4, 1859
Richland Twp, Greene, Indiana, United States
Walnut Grove/Mood Cemetery, Greene, Indiana