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Re: HARDY, HAMILTON, STOKER FAMILIES
Posted by: Malinda Hardy (ID *****3708) Date: September 24, 2008 at 04:19:44
In Reply to: Re: HARDY, HAMILTON, STOKER FAMILIES by max Brown of 836

Thanks. Before Fannie married J.L. Stoker she was married to J.D. Hardy and had 2 or 3 children. I found them on a 1900 census in Franklin Co, TX listed with Ethel 10 and Kate 4. On the 1910 census in Nocona, Montague, TX listed as Fannie Stoker md. to J.L. Stoker. Living with them was Ray Stoker 13, Lonnie Stoker 11, Kate Hardy 14, and Einer/Elner 12 (not sure of spelling).

I believe J. D. Hardy is Jefferson D. Hardy from Georgia. He and his brother Woodson moved to Texas sometime around 1880.

On the 1920 census Nocaona, Montague, TX Fannie Stoker was divorced living with Katherine Hardy and looks like running a boarding house.

On the 1930 census Nocona, Montague, TX Fannie Stoker was still running the boarding house but Lilla K. Hamilton was married to Harold H. Hamilton and she had a stepdaughter Marjorie J. Hamilton.

I have not found anything on the other to children.

I would like to find out if this is Jefferson Hardy's family.


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