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86. Sarah HARDIN was born on 17 December 1770.4,7

Sarah received a preemption warrant, #1626, for which her father paid 120£ in Monongalia Co, 18 Oct 1781. It was for 300 acres, adj the settlement of James Walker, on the right fork of Peppen/Pepper known as Stone Cole Lick, 1773. The warrant was issued to William Salsberry who assigned it to James Walker, who then assigned to Benjamin Hardin's daughter. She was only about age 11.

Sarah HARDIN and Robert TOBIN were married on 8 February 1786.2,7 Robert TOBIN7,94 was born in 1758. He died in 1841 at the age of 83 in Burksville, Cumberland County, Kentucy.

Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States, 1836-1837
MONDAY, January 30, 1837.
On motion of Mr. Williams, of Kentucky,
Resolved, That the Committee on Private Land Claims be instructed to inquire into the propriety of passing a law for the benefit of Robert Tobin, permitting him to locate and enter four hundred acres of the public land, as an equivalent for a four hundred acre land warrant, issued by the State of Virginia, many years ago, to William Hardin, and assigned by him to Benjamin Hardin; which warrant is herewith referred to said committee.

An Everton Family Group Sheet had his vital records.
His will and estate settlement is in Cumberland Co WB D, p.185-187;213-219;231-232 & 322

Sarah HARDIN and Robert TOBIN had the following children:



Joseph Hardin TOBIN.



Rosie TOBIN.



Benjamin TOBIN was born in 1792. He died in 1836 at the age of 44 in Elizabethtown, Hardin County, Kentucky.

Benjamin married (1) Celia McIntire, 19, Dec 1829 and (2) Martha Campbell, 14 Jan 1834.



George D. TOBIN was born (date unknown).



John TOBIN was born (date unknown).



Cassandra TOBIN was born in 1803 in Washington County, Kentucky. She died in 1863 at the age of 60 in Hart County, Kentucky.

Married about 1822 to John Waggener.



Kitty TOBIN (private).



Warren TOBIN was born in 1808 in Washington County, Kentucky. He died in Cumberland County, Kentucky.

Married Hettie A., Baker



James TOBIN was born in 1810 in Washington County, Kentucky.

Wife's given name was Sabina.