Looking for information and pictures on john wesley hardin and his family thanks
tinahardin1979 has been a Family Tree Circles member since Jul 2007. is researching the following names: HARDIN, CAMPBELL, JOHNWESLEYHARDIN.
hi, im related to him and was named after him he's my third grate uncle.
thanks for replying to my journal entry i am trying to figure out alot of stuff about john wesley for our family tree and scrapbook and keep running into a dead end i am needing some help thanks for everything
Are you related to the "John Wesley Hardin", Outlaw, Prisoner and Lawyer?
John Wesley Hardin
May 26 1853 to August 19 1885
Is this is the one you're looking for?
yes this is the one i am looking for John Wesley Hardin is related to my husband we think John is his uncle i've ran into a deadend any help would be appreciated thanks
Tina Campbell Hardin
My bio. father said this man was my great great grandfather. His name is carey judson henderson born june 15,1926 and died nov. 11,1998. His mother was Ethel Touay Cochran and father was Clarence Berry Henderson all of Texas around Seguin area. Don't know if the story he told me was true or not, I'm still researching.
John Wesley Hardin is suppose to be my GG Grandfather.
Years ago my grandma told I was related by blood, but I'm not sure how. From Richardson's from Texas.
You may already have this info' by now but I believe the above dates to be correct. He was the 2nd born son of Rev.James G. & Elizabeth Hardin in Fannin County, Texas. Actually, you might know there are now books being written by Chuck Parsons covering John Wesley's part in the Sutton/Taylor feud. My husband immigrated to Australia from Arizona & his ancestors are Taylors, so we had been doing much research before finding a good selection of books now in print to cover these stories. John Wesley married Jane Bowen(daughter of Gonzales County rancher) on Feb 27, 1872. John Wesley fought on the Taylor's side of the feud.
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