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Hardie, Vincent, Gaines, and related families from Virginia to Texas

by Robert M. Clarks, Jr
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Dallas, Texas?] : R.M. Clark, c1989
377 p. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, ports.

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John Hardie and his wife, Sarah, were living in Dinwiddie County, Virginia, in 1760. They moved to Sussex County, Virginia, by 1766. He died in 1773. His grandson, John Henry Hardie, was born 1794, the son of Rev. Thomas Thomas Hardie. He married Mary Ray Moss in Mecklenburg County, Virginia, in 1816. They had five children, 1819-1832. The family moved to Salifsbury, Rowan County, North Carolina, ca. 1825. He died in Rowan County in 1850. His only surviving son, John Henry Hardie (1829-1888), served with the Georgia militia during the Civil War. After the war, he and his family moved to Chattanooga, Tennessee, and then Denbury, Panola County, Texas.

Includes the Vincent, Gaines, Ligon, Wynn, Featherstone, and other related families.

Includes index.

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