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85. Lydia HARDIN2 was born on 29 December 1768.4

Thomas Tobin was a Revolutionary soldier. He went to KY in 1781 but returned by 1783 to PA, where he died in 1844.

Lydia Hardin was issued land Warrant No. 2596 for 80£, 14 Feb 1780. The land was surveyed 5 Sep 1781 and was for 200 acres on Soverns Run [probably Servants Run today] of Cartwright Crk; adj northwest corner of Benj. Hardin's 800 acre survey. This location was the same as her sister's land. Patent issued 1 Jun 1782, Book G, p.19. Kentucky grant, Book 1, p.19.

Lydia HARDIN and Thomas TOBIN were married on 18 August 1783.2,4 Thomas TOBIN was born on 2 October 1755 in Loudoun County, Virginia. He died on 25 May 1844 at the age of 88 in Fayette County, Pennsylvania.

Information on family came Everton Family Group Sheet.

Thomas was a Revolutionary War Soldier, a private in the Pennsylvania Line and an Indian Scout in Kentucky and Ohio.
His will was probated 13 Jun 1844, Springhill Twp, Fayette Co, PA.
He was the son of James & Eleanor Tobin

Lydia HARDIN and Thomas TOBIN had the following children:



Matilda TOBIN was born (date unknown).

Married Richard Fields - daughter Cassandria was named in the will of one of grandparents.



Martin TOBIN was born (date unknown).



Benjamin TOBIN was born (date unknown).



Sarah TOBIN was born (date unknown).

Sarah married Joseph Gregg before 10 July 1845.



Lydia TOBIN (private).



Hester TOBIN was born (date unknown).

Probably married James Davenforth



Thomas TOBIN Jr. was born by 1800. He died in 1845 at the age of 45 in Wolf Creek, Meade County, Kentucky. He was buried in Tobin Cemetery, Wolf Creek, Meade County, Kentucky.

Thomas married Ann Mariah Hayden, 5 Feb 1833, Elizabethtown, Hardin Co., KY