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in the Eastern and Southern United States
Some I1a Norse Hardins in America with focus on Pendleton Hardins
- Samuel Hardin of Brunswick County, VA., will 1732 (samuel-1732.htm)
- His sons:
- Gabriel Hardin of Lunenburg Co,VA and Moore Co. NC (gabriel-moore.htm)
- Samuel Hardin, Jr. (c. 1715-1753)
Granville Hardins who may be of Thomas (died 1747) or of Samuel (died 1753), (brothers) are placed under Samuel Hardin arbitrarily.
- Sterling Hardin and Granville County generally (sterling.htm) including John G. Hardin of Wythe, VA, son of Sterling Jr.
- John Hardin of Indiana, nephew of Gabriel of Moore.
- Gabriel Hardin ~1750, companion of John in Chatham Co. (a nephew of the older Gabriel)
- Thomas Hardin (1715-1749)
- William Hardin (wm-of-samuel.htm) (c. 1725)
- John Hardin of Billys Creek/Cape Fear/Chatham County, b. 1733 (john-w-gabe.htm)
- Washington County, Georgia Hardins: Nicholas, Adam, and Eve, sons and daughter of John Hardin of Chatham Co. NC
- I1a Hardins by State or County
- Pendleton, SC Hardins 1787-1840 (pendleton.htm)
- Pendleton Hardins southward, 1831 to modern times
- Sons of Aaron Hardin, Sr.:
- William Hardin b. 1804, son of Aaron to Tuscaloosa (wm-tusc.htm)
- Joseph Hardin b. 1802, son of Aaron, to Floyd County, Ga.
- John Hardin b. 1806, son of Aaron, to Cherokee Co. Ala. (john-tecumsah.htm)
- Eli Hardin b. 1808, possible son of Aaron, to Floyd County, Ga.
- Aaron Hardin, Jr. b. 1810 son of Aaron, to Cherokee Co. Ala (aaron-jr.htm)
- Asa Hardin b. 1814, son of Aaron, to Cherokee Co., Ala. (asa.htm)
- Avery Hardin b. 1818, son of Aaron, to Cherokee Co.
- Milton R. Hardin b. 1824, son of Aaron, to Floyd County,
- Sons of Aaron Hardin, Sr.:
- Sons of Aaron Hardin Jr. -- Plumnelly Hardin family in Alabama
and Georgia (hardin-plumnelly.htm)
Put existing web site here.
- John R. Hardin and unclassified kin (oran.htm)
- Not Related or Unknown:
- Robert Hardin of Maryland and
Rowan County, NC is not our ancestor (robert-question.htm) Not related.
- William Hardin, Laurens
County SC, will proved 1809, and his father George Harding,Halifax Co., Va.,
will administered 1769. Not related.
- Joseph Hardin, Carrocks
Creek, Pickens County, SC. Not related.
- William Everett Hardin, Franklin Co. Ga.
R1b1b2 Gold group, not related.
- Some John Hardins in Brunswick and Amelia Counties, Virginia, 1740s, (Tuckahoo Creek Hardins) tuckaho.htm
- Knob and Hickory Creek Are Not Related to Benjamin Hardin and Sarah Stanley (PDF)
by Jon Bixby Harden (email@example.com), 12/20/2019 by email to Travis Hardin. This site is
designed to be exclusive to the I1 Hardins. Jon Hardin's essay is well
thought out, deserves to be read, and deserves a better location. This
location is what I can offer now while Jon makes better arrangements.
- Odd, not related. Multiple states. (Odd.htm)
The author invites corrections and new family history -- anything that makes the story more accurate and interesting. I would be glad to add family histories on living relatives (and their families) born before 1975 if relatives will write them and send them to me with photos or links. Provide only what you want to appear to the world (or request the page be protected with a password). I will also link to your own Web page if requested.
Recent reconsiderations and changes in thinking
1. After reconsideration, John Hardin of Chatham County, NC was born 1733 and was the youngest son of Samuel Hardin. John was in gestation when his father's 1732 will left a legacy to be divided between son William and the baby if it was a boy. There were no boy children between them included in the legacy. Samuel at his court hearing did not mention John as a brother because he was a step-brother or -- in spite of being age 20 -- he was still at his mother's home.
1. John Hardin of Chatham County whose wife was named Sarah did not migrate to Pendleton District with Gabriel. The John Hardin who migrated to Pendleton District was married to Ann and was the eldest son of Gabriel. He was born before 1770 and had a wife and one young daughter in 1790. He left Pendleton before the census of 1800.
2. Revised July 2020: John Hardin of Montgomery County NC is most
likely the eldest son of Gabriel Hardin (1715) His son
Moses has I-M253 DNA. His daughter Temperance married a neighboring
Lewis Bolin. John's aging father Gabriel's place on
Barnes Creek was only three miles from John on the West Fork of Little
River in northern Montgomery County. John of Indiana can not be fit
into the Gabriel Hardin family. Consider that he might be a nephew of
old Gabriel: a son of Thomas who died in 1749, of
Samuel, Jr. who died in 1753, or even a son of their brother William.