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Abraham Harding Jr.Age: 71 years17441815

Name
Abraham Harding Jr.
Given names
Abraham
Surname
Harding
Name suffix
Jr.
Birth April 14, 1744 23 24
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Biography Abraham was the son of Abraham Harding and Anna Dolson. Because they were always living on the frontier, not much is written down about Abraham (b. 1744). Most information comes from the first hand account of his son Amos and his account of the family history below. This has lead to confusion with other Abraham Harding's where people must find information but what they don't realize is there were many Abraham Hardings (31 different Harding families so far per Y-DNA!). Quoted from our grandfather Amos Harding (son of Abraham, Jr) himself and the Harding bible: "Amos Harding, born in Orange Co., N. Y., March 10, 1764. Son of Abraham Harding, born near Waterford, Conn., in 1740. Son of Abraham Harding, born at Warwick, R. I., in 1720. (was a soldier in Revolutionary War) Son of Stephen Harding, born at Providence, R. I., 1681." (Amos quoted) "Grandfather came to Connecticut from Rhode Island in 1732, where my father (Abraham) was born. In 1762 they left Connecticut, and came to New York. The next year father married Hulda Tryon in Connecticut. I was born a year later. When I was 13 years old father and family and two uncles moved to Luzerne county, Pennsylvania. Here they all remained for many years. In 1778 when the Indians came down the river out family had gone to Jenkin's Fort which was in command of my uncle Stephen. We came back to the Valley in the fall and rebuilt our house and sheds. Father and I cleared a large tract of timber land and when I married Phoebe Tripp in 1784 he gave me one-half of this cleared land. We lived on the farm 16 years and then moved up into Susquehanna county in 1800, and remained there until 1820 when I moved here."[1]
Death of a paternal grandfatherCaptain Stephen C. Harding
May 3, 1750 (Age 6 years)
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Burial of a paternal grandfatherCaptain Stephen C. Harding
after May 3, 1750 (Age 6 years)
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Death of a paternal grandmotherSarah Elizabeth “Eliza” Knight
1759 (Age 14 years)
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MarriageHuldah TryonView this family
July 9, 1762 (Age 18 years)
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Birth of a son
#1
Amos Tryon Harding
March 19, 1764 (Age 19 years)
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Marriage of a childAmos Tryon HardingPhoebe TrippView this family
August 21, 1784 (Age 40 years)
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Death of a maternal grandfatherIsaac Dolson
May 20, 1794 (Age 50 years)
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Death of a motherAnna Dolson
1802 (Age 57 years)
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Death of a fatherAbraham Harding Sr.
January 1806 (Age 61 years)
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Death of a wifeHuldah Tryon
October 22, 1812 (Age 68 years)
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Death October 22, 1815 (Age 71 years)
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father
Abraham Harding Sr.
Birth: June 14, 1720 39 35Warwick, Kent, Rhode Island, British Colonial America
Death: January 1806Clifford, Susquehanna, Pennsylvania, United States
mother
Marriage: about 1741
3 years
himself
Abraham Harding Jr.
Birth: April 14, 1744 23 24Waterford, New London, Connecticut, British Colonial America
Death: October 22, 1815Luzerne, Luzerne, Pennsylvania, United States
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himself
Abraham Harding Jr.
Birth: April 14, 1744 23 24Waterford, New London, Connecticut, British Colonial America
Death: October 22, 1815Luzerne, Luzerne, Pennsylvania, United States
wife
Huldah Tryon
Birth: May 8, 1743Waterford, New London, Connecticut Colony, British Colonial America
Death: October 22, 1812Pittston Township, Luzerne, Pennsylvania, United States
Marriage: July 9, 1762Waterford, New London, Connecticut, British Colonial America
20 months
son
Amos Tryon Harding
Birth: March 19, 1764 19 20Port Jervis, Orange, New York Colony, British Colonial America
Death: July 10, 1839Blooming Grove, Morrow, Ohio, United States

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Biography Abraham was the son of Abraham Harding and Anna Dolson. Because they were always living on the frontier, not much is written down about Abraham (b. 1744). Most information comes from the first hand account of his son Amos and his account of the family history below. This has lead to confusion with other Abraham Harding's where people must find information but what they don't realize is there were many Abraham Hardings (31 different Harding families so far per Y-DNA!). Quoted from our grandfather Amos Harding (son of Abraham, Jr) himself and the Harding bible: "Amos Harding, born in Orange Co., N. Y., March 10, 1764. Son of Abraham Harding, born near Waterford, Conn., in 1740. Son of Abraham Harding, born at Warwick, R. I., in 1720. (was a soldier in Revolutionary War) Son of Stephen Harding, born at Providence, R. I., 1681." (Amos quoted) "Grandfather came to Connecticut from Rhode Island in 1732, where my father (Abraham) was born. In 1762 they left Connecticut, and came to New York. The next year father married Hulda Tryon in Connecticut. I was born a year later. When I was 13 years old father and family and two uncles moved to Luzerne county, Pennsylvania. Here they all remained for many years. In 1778 when the Indians came down the river out family had gone to Jenkin's Fort which was in command of my uncle Stephen. We came back to the Valley in the fall and rebuilt our house and sheds. Father and I cleared a large tract of timber land and when I married Phoebe Tripp in 1784 he gave me one-half of this cleared land. We lived on the farm 16 years and then moved up into Susquehanna county in 1800, and remained there until 1820 when I moved here."[1]
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