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Re: Lard Family: Sangamon County, Illinois
Posted by: Shirley Laird (ID *****4330) Date: September 06, 2002 at 18:37:22
In Reply to: Lard Family: Sangamon County, Illinois by Dick Hart of 182

Dick Hart: According to the records my daughter and I have found, Adam and Lucretia were married sometime after 1780/ on the Census of 1790, Adam is listed w/1 male over 16,1 male under 16, and 6 females. On the 1800 Census he is listed w/ 3 males 0-10, 1 male to 46, 2 females 0-10, 5 females to 16, and 1 female to 46. If according to what you have all his children were born before 1800 in S.C. Also if you have checked w/Sangamon County, Illinois, it says that John married Lydia Todd in 1812, which isn't right as we have a copy of the marriage certificate stating that he was married in 1818. It also says that Lydia died in 1824, if thats right than why is she on a Census in MO., in 1830 with 2 boys 10-15 years of age. The history of John in Il. states he came to Mo., at the age of fifteen, to see an uncle, the only living Lard that could have been an Uncle to him in 1807 was John Lard, who was a brother of Hezekiah Lard who died by 1799. Matter of deduction, Hezekiah, John and Adam were brothers. Anybody reading this ever here of these men in the same family?

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