Make your own free website on Tripod.com

85. Elizabeth6 McAtee (George5, William4, William3, Edmund Charles2, Patrick1) was born in Maryland June 4, 1790. Elizabeth died April 2, 1851 in Ralls Co., Missouri, at 60 years of age.

She married Caspar Hardy in Maryland, Charles County, April 16, 1811. Caspar was born in Hagerstown, Frederick Co., Maryland March 6, 1788. Caspar was the son of Arnold Hardy and Barbara Devilbiss. Caspar died April 25, 1872 in Ralls Co., Missouri, at 84 years of age. At 23 years of age Caspar became the father of Joseph Arnold Hardy in Scott Co., Kentucky, January 12, 1812. At 25 years of age Caspar became the father of George Leo Hardy in Scott Co. Kentucky, July 27, 1813. At 28 years of age Caspar became the father of Verlinda Hardy in Frederick Co., Maryland, May 30, 1816. At 29 years of age Caspar became the father of James Richard Hardy in Frederick Co., Maryland, June 24, 1817. At 31 years of age Caspar became the father of George William Hardy in Frederick Co., Maryland, August 12, 1819. At 33 years of age Caspar became the father of Susannah Mary Hardy September 8, 1821. At 35 years of age Caspar became the father of Theresa Ann Hardy September 21, 1823. At 37 years of age Caspar became the father of Mary Elizabeth Hardy October 5, 1825. At 38 years of age Caspar became the father of Mary Ann Hardy January 8, 1827. At 42 years of age Caspar became the father of Jane Frances Hardy March 17, 1830. At 45 years of age Caspar became the father of Joshua Edward Hardy November 21, 1833.

At 21 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Joseph Arnold Hardy in Scott Co., Kentucky, January 12, 1812. At 23 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of George Leo Hardy in Scott Co. Kentucky, July 27, 1813. At 25 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Verlinda Hardy in Frederick Co., Maryland, May 30, 1816. At 27 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of James Richard Hardy in Frederick Co., Maryland, June 24, 1817. At 29 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of George William Hardy in Frederick Co., Maryland, August 12, 1819. At 31 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Susannah Mary Hardy September 8, 1821. At 33 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Theresa Ann Hardy September 21, 1823. At 35 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Mary Elizabeth Hardy October 5, 1825. At 36 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Mary Ann Hardy January 8, 1827. At 39 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Jane Frances Hardy March 17, 1830. At 43 years of age Elizabeth became the mother of Joshua Edward Hardy November 21, 1833.

Historical events during the life of Elizabeth McAtee: District of Columbia is chosen as the federal capital on June 20, 1790; Paraguay gains its independence on May 14, 1811; birth of Charles Dickens on February 7, 1812; the term "Uncle Sam" 1st appeared in the Troy Post on September 7, 1813; 10 inches of snow fell on New England on June 6, 1816; 1st coffee planted in Hawaii, on the Kona coast on June 24, 1817; birth of Allan Pinkerton on August 25, 1819; Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatamala, Honduras & Nicaragua all gain their independence on September 15, 1821; President James Monroe declares his doctrine on December 2, 1823; birth of Johann Strauss on October 25, 1825; to test asbestos, a Frenchman enters an oven wearing an asbestos suit and carrying a steak - the steak gets cooked, the man doesn't on January 15, 1827; Joseph Smith organizes the Church of Latter-Day Saints on April 6, 1830; birth of Gottlieb Daimler, automobile pioneer on March 17, 1834; Patent granted to Dr. John Farrie for a "refrigeration machine" on May 6, 1851.

Elizabeth McAtee and Caspar Hardy had the following children:

child + 102 i. Joseph Arnold7 Hardy was born January 12, 1812.

child 103 ii. George Leo Hardy was born in Scott Co. Kentucky July 27, 1813. George died March 8, 1903 in Ralls Co., Missouri, at 89 years of age. He married twice. He married Demaris Redman. He married Theresa Mary Josephine Leake January 17, 1833. Theresa was born in Scott Co., Kentucky December 9, 1809. Theresa was the daughter of James Leake and Elizabeth Gough. Theresa died April 29, 1854 in Ralls Co., Missouri, at 44 years of age. Her body was interred in Ralls Co., Kentucky, Bush Creek Cemetary.

child 104 iii. Verlinda Hardy was born in Frederick Co., Maryland May 30, 1816. She married twice. She married Henry Little. She married James Leake October 13, 1831.

child 105 iv. James Richard Hardy was born in Frederick Co., Maryland June 24, 1817. James died January 25, 1857 in Ralls Co., Missouri, at 39 years of age. He married Zeralda Ann Ransdell in Maryland, August 1, 1837.

child 106 v. George William Hardy was born in Frederick Co., Maryland August 12, 1819. George died April 6, 1824 in Frederick Co., Maryland, at 4 years of age.

child 107 vi. Susannah Mary Hardy was born September 8, 1821. Susannah died October 9, 1908 in Bardstown, Kentuky, at 87 years of age. She married James McFerran in Maryland, November 20, 1836.

child 108 vii. Theresa Ann Hardy was born September 21, 1823. Theresa died February 12, 1849 at 25 years of age.

child 109 viii. Mary Elizabeth Hardy was born October 5, 1825. Mary died January 14, 1909 in Ralls Co., Missouri, at 83 years of age. She married John Wesley February 4, 1845.

child 110 ix. Mary Ann Hardy was born January 8, 1827. Mary died January 14, 1909 in Ralls Co., Missouri, at 82 years of age. She married Daniel Haffner in Maryland, April 28, 1845. Daniel was born 1820. Daniel died 1900.

child 111 x. Jane Frances Hardy was born March 17, 1830. She married William Montgomery Leake in Ralls Co., Missouri, April 10, 1849. William is the son of William Leake and Catherine Brasher.

child 112 xi. Joshua Edward Hardy was born November 21, 1833. Joshua died 1926 in Ralls Co., Missouri, at 92 years of age. He married Amanda Thomas in Hagerstown, Frederick Co., Maryland.

horizontal rule

email graphic Send email to preparer: eskimowmn@aol.com

Table of Contents graphic Return to Table of Contents or Index

Go to Next Page GraphicGo to Next Page

Go to Previous Page GraphicGo to Previous Page