Thanks for your message.Yes, there does seem to be a difference of opinion with regard to which children belong with which family.The following source lists Abraham, b.abt.1780, as a son of Hardy Sr.: http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=javan&id=I38http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=javan&id=I38.(The link to Abraham includes a “Post-em” which lists descendants.)
If we could learn Hardy Sr. and Hardy Jr.’s dates and places of death, then maybe will or intestate records would identify their children’s names.There is a Hardy Deloach in Beaufort Dist., SC, in 1790 along with a Richard Deloach and a David Deloach.In 1820 Liberty Co., GA, is a Hardy Deloach, age 45+.
An internet listing of the 1795 petition from residents of Scriven (Screven) and Bryan counties in Georgia requesting formation of a new county (Bulloch) includes the following names:
Hardy Deloatch, Senr Hardy Deloatch, Junr John Deloatch Ephram Deloatch John Deloatch
Can anyone provide places of residence after the above dates—perhaps from deeds, tax digests, etc.?We would then be getting closer to finding the locations where they were when they died.