William Hardie

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William Hardie, whose ancestry is unknown (or not traced here), was born at Canada, about 1817.1 He died at Troy, Rensselaer Co., New York, 30 October 1852.

William married Laura Caroline Henry, daughter of Dr. Simeon Zelotus Henry, MD and Laura Canfield White, at Troy 16 August 1841.2

Said to have been an artist, but marriage notice says "esquire".

Family

Laura Caroline Henry b. 30 Apr 1825, d. 10 May 1903
Children
  • James Henry Hardie3,4 b. Sep 1841
  • Sarah Hardie5 b. say 1844, d. abt. 1847
  • George "Fishburne" Hardie3 b. 1846, d. 2 Oct 1869
  • Laura Caroline Hardie3 b. 1849, d. 18 Jan 1877

Citations

  1. [S457] United States Census for 1850 [Seventh Census of the United States], City of Troy, 4th Ward, Rensselaer County, New York, population schedule, sheet 147/291, dwelling 1174, family 2180, William Hardy household, age 33, born in Canada, and called a chainmaker, digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com); original data: NARA micropublication M432, 1009 rolls, roll #584.
  2. [S152] Troy, New York, Marriage notices appearing in the Troy newspapers, 1797-1860, FHL microfilm 1437397, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, further cited as Troy marriage notices.
  3. [S457] US Census for 1850, City of Troy, 4th Ward, Rensselaer County, New York, pop. sch., sheet 147/291, dwelling 1174, family 2180, William Hardy hshld.
  4. [S1692] Northampton Town Hall, Northampton, Massachusetts, Northampton Vital Records, 1654-1872, 143, FHL microfilm 186162, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, further cited as Northampton Vital Records.
  5. [S156] Lillian Jackson Voorhees, "Family Record of Our Grandmother", 30 Jan 1959 (New Jersey). Statement of Lillian Voorhees of what her "Grandma told me",.