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Genealogy of the Hardin family and allied families of Capps, Utley, Thompson and Holland

compiled by Herschel Kennon Smith, Jr
Smith, Herschel Kennon (Main Author)
Manuscript/Manuscript with Digital Images
English
[195-?]
26 leaves (in various foliations)

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Includes: The Capps family (Hillery Capps, b. between 1800-1810, lived in Benton Co., Tennessee, d. 1843).-- The Utley family (William Uttley, b. 1715 in Wake Co., North Carolina).-- The Thompson family (Charles Thompson lived in Dickson Co., Tennessee, d. 1840).-- The Holland family (Benjamin Holland, b. 1770, lived in Dickson Co., Tennessee, d. 1853).

Obediah Hardin was born in 1794 in Halifax County, North Carolina. His parents died when he was young, and he was apprenticed at age seven to "learn the art and calling of a farmer." While still in his teens he traveled to East Tennessee and joined the East Tennessee Volunteer Mounted Gunmen and fought in the War of 1812. After the war, he returned to North Carolina and on 6 December 1816, he married Mary (Polly) Goodwin Hull. In the spring, the young couple moved to Tennessee. They settled on a small farm in Indian territory in what is now Benton county. In 1852, Obediah was licensed as a Baptist preacher. He preached at the Chalklevel Baptist Church. Polly died in 1872 and Obediah in 1876.

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