40. Mark HARDIN2,55 was born circa 1750. He died circa 1830 at the age of 80.
Mark is not proved as a son of Mark. Or is this the Mark Hardin who lived in Pittsylvania Co?
1777 Took the Oath of Allegiance, Pittsylvania Co, VA, which makes him Revolutionary Patriot.
Pittsylvania Land Tax Lists
1782 Tax List:
Mark Hardin, taxed on 200 acres
In 1785, Mark "Hardon" is shown as selling 275 acres to Jeremiah White.
It is a puzzle exactly who is the Mark Hardin who left tracks in Pittsylvania Co VA. There doesn't seem to be a Mark who married a Hannah.
Pittsylvania Co Va DB 7
p.267 May 17, 1784 between Mark Hardin and Thomas Adams of P for 40 pounds, a parcel of land containing 150 acres on the branches of Johns Run and Short’s Creek
Bounded: Line of the Patent on a branch, down said branch crossing Johns run and the road both at one place, up to the mountain a straight line to the back line of the patent, near Dennys fence, down the mountain, along the mountain towards Dennys , down the mountain to the said old path, to a branch near Dennys fence, down the said branch to the mouth crossing John Run to the line of the patent, road
Wit: Jno Corbin, Moses (X) Childriss, William Corbin
May 17, 1784
p. 402 February 21, 1785 between Mark Hardin of P and Jeremiah White of P for 100 pounds, a parcel of land on the branches of Shoco Creek and Johns Run of Sandy Crek containing 275 acres
Bounded: top of Banister Mountain, branch, crossing Johns Run and the road, crossing Johns Run, branch of Shoco
s/ Mark Harden
Wit: Wm White, Simon Adams, George Wright
February 21, 1785
Hannah, wife of said Mark Harden,relinquished her right of dower
The Mark who was a son of Mark & Elizabeth Ashby is said to have married Mary Crittenden.
Mark HARDIN and Mary CRITTENDEN were married circa 1776. Mary CRITTENDEN was born (date unknown).
Mark HARDIN and Mary CRITTENDEN had the following children: