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63. Alice HARDIN2,23 was born in 1782 in Fayette County, Pennsylvania. She died on 9 September 1823 at the age of 41 in Ohio.

Author Francis Huron gives the husband of Alice as Paul Duvall.

There was a Duvall family living near Capt William Hardin outside Hardinsburg [Hardin's Station]. I found a patent to John Pierce Duvall - based on Pre-emption Warrants - for 1000 acres, surveyed in 1783, patent dated 19 May 1785. The description states it was on the Waters of Clover Lick Run adj Wm Harden & John Dorrett's on the S, 1 1/2 m E of Hardins Station. One of William May's many patents also was adjacent to Duvall, Hardin, and Bush - William May was the county surveyor, Bush one of the men who came with Capt Hardin to settle the area.

AncestryDNA match to this line - the family tree at Ancestry is the source for the information found.

Alice HARDIN and Daniel DUVALL were married circa 1796 in Fayette County, Pennsylvania.85 Daniel DUVALL was born in 1775 in Fayette County, Pennsylvania. He died in October 1841 at the age of 66 in Darke County, Ohio.

Daniel is shown with a second marriage, 28 Jul 1825, to Isabella McIlvaine, in Darke County, Ohio.

He wrote his will, Darke Co Ohio, and it's posted in a family tree on
Provisions included the following. After debts paid, personal property for use of his wife during her life and at her decease to be sold and equally divided among six sons, or the children of any of them who may have departed this life.
To sons Harden Duvall and Absalom Duvall, the home farm, paying to each of their brothers $25 each in one year after the death of my wife. And pay to their sister Elizabeth $10 and to Isabel and Elicy and Mary the sum of $1.
Wife to have farm in Darke Co where she lives for her lifetime and then to Harden and Absalom, sons. Harden & Absalom to be Executors.
Signed: Daniel Duvall
Wit: William Tegarden, James Cochram, Jonathan S. Westfall
8 Jul 1841.

Alice HARDIN and Daniel DUVALL had the following children: