If I am correct about the Whites, in Craven Co, it's possible that your William Hardy was either the son of Samuel Jr or Whichcote White.
I intented to say that he might be a descendant of Samuel or Whichcote instead of a son. I have little info on Samuel's family but census records however, the 1820 Craven Co, NC Census DOES show a son b. 1811-1820 in the home of James Allen White & Mary Ann Stewart (son of Benjamin White) and according to family trees posted online, he is not identified.
There is also a "Neals" has 2 sons born in that age range transcribed as Neals in ancestry.com but could be Neale (which could be for Neely White who married Dolly Andrews on 4/16/1816). I say "could be" Neely White because he also shows 3 males ages 5-under 10, b. 1806-1810 which would have been born before the 1816 marriage of Neely and Dolly, so it may not be Neely White's family.
Nathan White (son of James Allen White) has 2 sons in the right birth range, as does an Isaac White however, I'm not far enough along in my analysis of the Craven Co, NC census records to determine if those sons are identified, later.
Since you have brought Jones Co NC into the mix, I also do not know if any of these White's, that are listed in Craven Co in 1820, ended up in Jones Co on the 1830 census. Given your William Hardy had a son named James, I would check out the unknown son of James Allen White, first.
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