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Seventh Generation

102. Joseph Arnold7 Hardy (Elizabeth6 McAtee, George5, William4, William3, Edmund Charles2, Patrick1) was born in Scott Co., Kentucky January 12, 1812.

He married Julia Ann Gardiner in Ralls Co., Missouri, June 3, 1831. Julia was born in Baltimore, Maryland March 10, 1809. Julia was the daughter of Bennet Gardiner and Margaretta Chadburn. Julia died June 12, 1889 in Shullsburg, Washington, at 80 years of age. At 22 years of age Julia became the mother of John L. Hardy in Ralls Co., Missouri, December 1, 1831. At 24 years of age Julia became the mother of William Hardy 1833. At 30 years of age Julia became the mother of Sammuel Hardy 1839. At 31 years of age Julia became the mother of Joseph Allen Hardy August 15, 1840. At 34 years of age Julia became the mother of Casper Hardy 1843. At 35 years of age Julia became the mother of Daniel Francis Hardy February 8, 1845. At 37 years of age Julia became the mother of Lucy Hardy in Lafayette Co., Wisconsin, 1846. At 38 years of age Julia became the mother of Elizabeth Mary Hardy in Wisconsin, 1847.

At 19 years of age Joseph became the father of John L. Hardy in Ralls Co., Missouri, December 1, 1831. At 21 years of age Joseph became the father of William Hardy 1833. At 27 years of age Joseph became the father of Sammuel Hardy 1839. At 28 years of age Joseph became the father of Joseph Allen Hardy August 15, 1840. At 31 years of age Joseph became the father of Casper Hardy 1843. At 33 years of age Joseph became the father of Daniel Francis Hardy February 8, 1845. At 34 years of age Joseph became the father of Lucy Hardy in Lafayette Co., Wisconsin, 1846. At 35 years of age Joseph became the father of Elizabeth Mary Hardy in Wisconsin, 1847.

Historical events during the life of Joseph Arnold Hardy: birth of Charles Dickens on February 7, 1812; James Monroe dies on July 4, 1831; Louisiana and Arkansas are the 1st states to observe Christmas as a legal holiday on December 25, 1831; Chicago incorporated as a village on August 10, 1833; birth of John D. Rockefeller on July 8, 1839; birth of Thomas Nast, political cartoonist of late 1800s America on September 27, 1840; Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" is published on December 17, 1843; Florida becomes a state on March 3, 1845; California annexed to the US on July 7, 1846; patent granted for the rotary type printing press on July 24, 1847.

Joseph Arnold Hardy and Julia Ann Gardiner had the following children:

child 123 i. John L.8 Hardy was born in Ralls Co., Missouri December 1, 1831. John died December 11, 1891 in Wisconsin, at 60 years of age.

child 124 ii. William Hardy was born 1833.

child 125 iii. Sammuel Hardy was born 1839.

child 126 iv. Joseph Allen Hardy was born August 15, 1840.

child 127 v. Casper Hardy was born 1843.

child 128 vi. Daniel Francis Hardy was born February 8, 1845.

child 129 vii. Lucy Hardy was born in Lafayette Co., Wisconsin 1846.

child 130 viii. Elizabeth Mary Hardy was born in Wisconsin 1847. Elizabeth died before 1850.

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