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George Earnhardt, the father of Robert Earnhardt was never married to Elizabeth Porter. If you will check the 1850 and 1860 Census records for Rowan County, you will find that Leah ws still very much alive. Crawford Earnhardt's father was peter Earnhardt, his mother was aSusanna and his step mother was Eve Ann Waller. Evidently shortly after the Census was taken , Susanna died, and Eve ann was married to George Barnhardt, but not Leah's husband. the only Solomon that I can find was born in 1824 in Mecklenburg, NC, not in 1827 in Rowan County. I can't find Solomon in George and Leah's family mor can I find Crawford. I don't know where Elizabeth Porter lived, but it wasn't with George and Leah. There were at least 4 George's in Rowan and Cabbarrus County. George and Leah's children were Abraham, Elizabeth, Wiley, Robert and henry. Your will find them all on both the 1850 and 1860 cesnus. Crawford is on the 1850 and 1860 Census with Peter, Susanna, and Eve Ann. Solomon was between 26 and 29 on the 1850 Census in Mecklenberg. I have all these Census Records. And I have all the Norath Carolina Marriage Bonds. So I know of what I speak. I was taught to verify, verify, verify. And that's what I've done. Take a look at all these Marriage Bonds and Census Records.
You can get them at any LDS Family History Center or on Ancestry.com.