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John Hardin and his wives

by Margaret Smith Isaac

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Published by Willow Bend Books in Bowie, Md .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Harding family.,
  • Hardin, John, 1826-1911 -- Family.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 170-190) and index.

    Statementby Margaret Smith Isaac.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.H263 2003b
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 203 p. :
    Number of Pages203
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3324376M
    ISBN 101585498823
    LC Control Number2004297455
    OCLC/WorldCa54396939

    - Explore tlull's board "John Wesley Hardin" on Pinterest. See more ideas about John wesley, Old west and Old west outlaws pins. In an era and an area notable for badmen and gunslingers, John Wesley Hardin was perhaps the most notorious. Considered by many of his contemporaries to be almost illiterate, he nevertheless left for publication after his death in this autobiography, which, though biased, is remarkably accurate and was born in in Bonham, Texas, the son of a Methodist preacher.

    Historical records matching Col. John Hardin (Cont. Army) Colonel John Hardin in WikiTree John J. Hardin (1 Oct –circa May ) was a soldier, farmer, rancher, noted marksman and hunter. Info added per the DAR's "Lineage Book of the Charter Members" by Mary S Lockwood published in stating "he was lieutenant in Morgan's Rifle. John Wesley Hardin's legacy as an outlaw has made him a colorful character and the subject of various media works from his own time up to the present day. Many people came to know of Hardin through the TV ad for Time-Life Books "Old West" series. During the description of one book in the series, The Gunfighters, the well-known claim is made: "John Wesley Hardin, so mean, he once shot a man.

    Robert Hardin Robert Hardin, 87 of Highland Heights, KY passed away on March 4, He attended Latonia Christian Church and was an Army Veteran. Bob retired from Christ Hospital after 20 plus. Thus spoke one lawman about John Wesley Hardin, easily the most feared and fearless of all the gunfighters in the West. Nobody knows the exact number of his victims-perhaps as few as twenty or as many as fifty. In his way of thinking, Hardin never shot a man who did not deserve it. Seeking to gain insight into Hardin’s homicidal mind, Leon Metz describes how Hardin’s bloody career began in 5/5(1).


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Get this from a library. John Hardin and his wives. [Margaret Smith Isaac] -- John Hardin was born 3 January in Henry County, Kentucky. His parents were Eli Paine Hardin () and Mary Vance (). His family moved to Missouri in about He married Sarah. John Wesley Hardin ( – Aug ) was an American Old West outlaw, gunfighter, and controversial folk son of a Methodist preacher, Hardin got into trouble with the law from an early age.

He killed his first man at age 15; he claimed it was in of death: Gunshot wound. John Hardin and His Wives - Margaret Smith Isaac. John Hardin (), a descendent of devout French Huguenots, was born in Kentucky. This well documented narrative history of John Hardin and his wives mentions his immigrant ancestors, Mark John Hardin and his wives book (Marc Hardouin) who settled in Virginia in the early s, and Mary "Polly" (Vance) Hardin s ancestors who came to America from Germany during Author: Margaret Smith Isaac.

John Hardin and His Wives. Margaret Smith Isaac. Willow Bend Books, Jan 1, - Reference - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are Hardin Born Hardin married Harrison County Henry Smith HISTORY OF LARIMER homestead Huguenot Indiana Jane's John and Mahalah John Hardin Family John William Bill Johnson June Kentucky.

Wes Hardin’s child bride Callie Lewis. John Wesley Hardin was released on February 17th, after serving more than fifteen and a half years of a twenty-five year sentence behind bars.

Two years earlier his wife Jane died of an undisclosed illness. He moved to Gonzales to be near his children but soon moved on. This book by Leon C. Metz is a great read if you want to retrace the life of John Wesley Hardin. The details are many, but they pull together to create an intricate puzzle of John Wesley Hardin and his perception of himself in relation to the rest of by: 3.

"John Hardin (), a descendent of devout French Huguenots, was born in Kentucky. This well documented narrative history of John Hardin and his wives mentions his immigrant ancestors, Mark Hardin (Marc Hardouin) who settled in Virginia in the early " -- Pages: All I know is that Hardin did not write about what he was carrying on his person at his time of death.

Can we clarify this. Mark in Iowa3 March (UTC) — Preceding unsigned comment added by Mark in Iowa (talk • contribs)26 January (UTC). Col. John Hardin, born October 1,killed May whilst bearing his country’s flag of peace to the Indians, N.W.

of the Ohio. My Pioneer History of Washington County, Kentucky, compiled from newspaper articles in the ’s from the Springfield newspapers, is such a treasure trove of history from this county. Today I share with you, information about Colonel John Hardin, one of the.

Hardins account of his life was fairly self serving. By his lights he was a model of fairness and decency, loved by all. Although its apparently been done before I believe the life of John Wesley Hardin would make a hell of a movie if done well/5. John Wesley Hardin was born on in Bonham, Fannin County, Texas, the second of James Gibson and Elizabeth Cartwright Dixon Hardin's eight children.

Hardin's father was a circuit-riding Methodist preacher and named his son after the founder of the Methodist sect. JOHN HARDIN AND HIS WIVES. Margaret Smith Isaac. John Hardin (), a descendent of devout French Huguenots, was born in Kentucky. This well documented narrative history of John Hardin and his wives mentions his immigrant ancestors, Mark Hardin (Marc Hardouin) who settled in Virginia in the early s, and Mary "Polly" (Vance) Hardin's ancestors who came to America from Germany.

Foster Brooks plays a mystery writer and Lucy is his helper John W Hardin uploaded a video 5 years ago. Col. John Hardin was an early Kentuckian – came to the state after serving in the Revolutionary War. In April ofaccording to Collins’ History of Kentucky, he settled on his preemption on Pleasant Run, then in Nelson County, but part of Washington County when it was organized in That is why he mentions the County of Nelson and State of Virginia when he wrote.

Hardin. A prolific lot, overrun by Martins, Marks, and Henrys — including Ruffled Shirt Martin, Racer Mark, and plain old Harry. The progenitor, Marcus Hardin (Hardewyn), safe to say with some accuracy, was born not in Rouen but on Staten Island and christened Marcus for his grandfather Marcus Du Sauchoy on 26 March   The life of John Wesley Hardin by Hardin, John Wesley, Publication date Topics Hardin, John Wesley,Frontier and pioneer life, Crime and criminals Publisher Seguin, Texas, Smith & Moore Collection library_of_congress; americana Digitizing sponsor Sloan Foundation Contributor The Library of Congress LanguagePages: Illustrated with four drawings and a vignette labeled “John Wesley Hardin,” which upon publication was found actually to be a picture of his brother.

Hardin’s daughters objected to his son publishing the autobiography; they withdrew the book from publication and stored it in a San Antonio warehouse.

Texas, Outlawed by his first kill at age fifteen, John Wesley Hardin assumed the life of an itinerant cattle drover, gambler, and exterminator of men. His bloody trespass through Southern states ravaged by the American Civil War found him pursued by lynch mobs, bounty hunters and assassins.

Hardin became the archetypal wanted man/5. Hardin, after graduation from Signal OCS, served as a US Army officer during the Korean War.

Attended Texas A & M University from as Ty Hungerford. Appeared in drama club (Aggie Players) productions of Eugene O'Neill plays, such as "Ah, Wilderness!". His third wife, Marlene Schmidt, was Miss Universe of 4. Martin "Ruffled Shirt" HARDIN 1,2,6,7 was born about in Northumberland County, Virginia.

3 He served in the military in at Furnished material aid in Revolutionary War. 7 He died on 20 November at the age of 63 in Monongahela County, Virginia.

DAR Lineage shows this Martin Hardin to have served in the Revolution. Some of the applicants have furnished incorrect lineage, but. John Wesley Hardin, (bornBonham county, Texas, U.S.—died Aug.

19,El Paso, Texas), most notorious killer and quick-draw gunman of the Texas frontier. He killed at least 21 men in gun duels and ambushes in the period – Reaching adolescence as the defeated South entered the Reconstruction period, Hardin was virulently antiblack and anti-Yankee and, in at the.John "Jack" Hardin Young is a trial lawyer who has a reputation for work in election law and electoral recounts.

He was on the team of lawyers for the Democratic National Committee during the Florida election recount and the Bush v. Gore case, and is portrayed in the HBO film "Recount".He is widely known for being the first advocate for a statewide recount strategy that could have.HARDIN, JOHN WESLEY (–).

John Wesley (Wes) Hardin, outlaw, son of James G. and Elizabeth Hardin, was born in Bonham, Texas, on His father was a Methodist preacher, circuit rider, schoolteacher, and lawyer.

Hardin's violent career started in with a schoolyard squabble in which he stabbed another youth.