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Whether the two are the same man I do not know. But, if they are, it makes me wonder if they were actually related in some way, cousins perhaps. In her book Sr.

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Admittedly, she found only the names of four of their children in an account by Joseph Hardy Bell in the genealogy library at Frankfort, Ky. This is a possibility I will not give up on. Oops, I did it again. Another avenue I am investigating. I found in my father's effects a single page genealogy he had received from his niece. It is sketchy at best with few specifics, and according to her letter she got most of her information from a "William" Hardy".

Who he is, I also do not know. She listed the following on that family tree. Their son: Charles Hardy, b moved to Ky in Their son: William Hardy m Alse Buton in I have already found numerous things wrong with this genealogy, the most critical of which is that Francis Marion Hardy's parents on the census were George W. I have searched in vain for any census records for William and Alse - they seem to have vanished into thin air.

I did find the record of their marriage in Bullitt Co. I'm sorry this got so long. I really didn't intend for it to. I hope to someday find that one piece of information that will tie George William Hardy to one of the many Hardy families who settled in Kentucky. If you find anything I would appreciate hearing from you.

Hi Connie, Thanks so much for your information. I am in the process of reorganizing a lot of my genealogy information. I received some new software for Christmas, and with this software I can input my sources for information.

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Something I desperately need to work on. I'm not sure what document I have that states that. I'll have to keep digging to see where exactly I came up with that. Have you ever heard of that name? I thought maybe this could give you some help. Also, have you ever talked to Darlene Mercer? I talked to her several years ago.

I found her through the Orphan's Brigade Website at www. I believe she is related to James Harrison Hardy also. Thanks again for your reply. Now that the holidays are over, I will be able to look into my information a little more. I'll let you know what I find. It is a marriage record for George W. Consent filed with bond by Joshua Hardy, father of George W.

Married by: Geo. Elder" I'm glad I found this record, so I can record the source on my software! I wanted to be sure and let you know about this. Also, can you tell me any info about your ancestor James H. Diane, Thank you so much for the information on George W. With all the different Hardy families who settled in Kentucky, I was really having a hard time finding a connection. You may have guessed by my last note that I truly suspected he was related to one of the Hardy's in Sr.

Donnelly's book and now it looks like I was right.

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Thank you, thank you, thank you. By the way, I forgot to ask how you are related to this family? Now for the info you asked about. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters.

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Sort order. Jun 20, Jan rated it liked it. My husband's ancestors lived on the land before Fort Knox. We took a trip out to Kentucky to walk through the more than one hundred cemeteries they have on the Fort Knox property looking for the graves of his family. And we found them! The book mentions some of his ancestors, some of the towns they lived in, and of course, the prize is knowing that Bathsheba Lincoln Abraham Lincoln's grandmother is buried deep in the woods, inside the Fort, alongside my husband's ancestors. A good read, if your family lived in the area. I was more interested in the post history.

There was a lot on history about the families, churches in the area. Jennifer Morris-Rowlett rated it it was amazing Jan 09, Stuartwjones rated it it was amazing Dec 16, BookDB marked it as to-read Oct 03, Megan marked it as to-read Jan 23,