Name: William Hardy
Given Name: William
Change Date: 15 JUN 2010
Birth: 9 FEB 1721 in St John's Parish, Prince George's, Md
Death: ABT 25 MAR 1743
International Genealogical Index v5.0
Birth: 09 FEB 1720 Saint Johns Parish, Prince Georges, Maryland
Father: WILLIAM HARDIE
Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.
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C507771 1701 - 1805 0014303 IT 1 Film 1002753 Film
Date: Mon, 9 Jul 2007 18:45:19 -0700 (PDT)
From: mike marshall firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: [MDCHARLE] My Hardy Bunch
I think we need additional census, land, probate, church, etc VA and MD records posted to this forum to help reveal the ages and details of William & Sarah MNU Hardy and the relationship to Solomon Jr. Hardy. Then this forum can discuss the recent postings.
Until then it can not be conclusively proved that it was William III or William IV or another William that married a Sarah. I lean toward a different William Hardy marrying Sarah Hanson b February 11, 1753. The 1770 VA record shows Hanson Hardy and I think he was about 1 year old and Solomon was William's brother. I also think this William was born abt 1749. The only thing that I could conclude from the Trafford inferences is that the signatures of William Sr. and George Jr (married Lucy Dent) meant they were in VA and they appear to be from a different family line than this Solomon, Willliam and Sarah in the 1770 VA land record.
Notice that that the VA land record shows William Hardy and not William Hardy Jr. The Loudoun Census records show a William Jr & William Sr. so perhaps the William that married Sarah was a son of different Hardy or a nephew of William III b 1720. William and Sarah may have both died before 1775 and Solomon recorded the deed in 1775 to show the family relationship for a land conveyance. There must be additional Loudoun land records that could help show the conveyances.
Loudon County, Virginia Deed Book G
Indenture made 9th October 1770 between WILLIAM GRAYSON of Prince William County Gent. of one part and WILLIAM HARDY of Loudon County Planter .. Witnesseth in consideration of yearly rents and covenants .. farm let parcel of land being part of a larger tract of land belonging to WILLIAM GRAYSON lying on GOOSE CREEK in Loudon County and bounded .. Beginning at a white oak in a stoney glade in line of original patent .. containing 130 acres .. to have and hold during natural lives of WILLIAM HARDY, SARAH his wife and HANSON HARDY his son and longest liver of them paying every year on first day December (the rent to be paid on first day December next ensuing ) .. 500 pounds crop Tobacco .. Presence JOHN THORNTON, HY. POTTEN, , SOLOMON HARDY, JUNR. WM. GRAYSON and WILLIAM HARDY signed document.......At a court held 9th October 1770 .. Indenture acknowledged .. ordered to be recordrd. On margin. " Exd and delivered to SOLOMON HARDY August the 2nd, 1775.
On the same date of 9th Oct 1770 in Loudoun co. there is another deed between WILLIAM GRAYSON and SOLOMON HARDY of Loudoun County...Indenture of 108 acres on Goose Creek ...corner to JACOB MORRISS...corner to WILLIAM HARDY's lot...to Goose Creek...to have and to hold during the natural lives of SOLOMON HARDY, MARTHA, his wife and ELIZABETH, their daughter.....This SOLOMON HARDY moved to Bedford County, Va. where he died in 1825. [daughter ELIZABETH who later married DAVID HARRIS of Loudoun.]
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Loudoun Order Book A, 14 May 1762
[p. 620] Edward TRAFFORD Esqr. against George HARDY Junr. and William HARDY Senr. - in debt - jury: Benjamin EDWARDS, Charles CHINN, John SINCLAIR, Michael VanBUSCARK, Thomas CARTWRIGHT, Bushrod FAUNTLEROY, Charles ESKRIDGE, Leven POWELL, Martin ARMSTRONG, James LAYTON, William ROSS and Hugh FOUCH; find the Defendants have not paid the Plaintiff 1,002 lbs. of tobacco the debt in the declaration and assess Plaintiff's damages to 1 lb. of tobacco besides costs. Plaintiff to recover against Defendants his debt with interest from 13 December 1742 with damages and costs.
In the 1762-1765 there are several other suits involving George and William Hardy for debts. Often they could not be found, but in June of 1764 William as Special Bail for George hauled him into court and George was put in jail.
Order Book E, 10 September 1771
[ p. 216] Edward TRAFFORD Esqr. against George HARDY Junr. and William HARDY Senr. - upon a scirefacias - jury: William CRUTCHELOE, William TEMPLEMAN, Richard STEPHENS, William SMITH, Farling BALL, Joseph STEPHENS, William COTTON, William BUCHANAN, Amos DONAH, Henry OXLEY, John TYLER and Thomas GORE; find the Defendants have not paid the Plaintiff 1,217 lbs. of tobacco and 15 Shillings with interest on 1,002 lbs. of tobacco from 13 December 1742. Plaintiff to recover against Defendant 1,217 lbs. of tobacco and 15 Shillings with 5% interest on 1,002 lbs. of tobacco from 13 December 1742 and costs.
Order Book F, 12 April 1774
[p. 361] John CAMPE & wife Nancy late Nancy BOYD against George HARDY & wife Mary late Mary SNOW - upon petition - judgment confessed by Defendants for £1.13.0 and costs. Execution stayed until the next Court.
Father: William Hardy b: 1697 in Charles, Maryland, United States
Mother: Ann Stimson b: 1702 in Prince George's, Maryland, United States