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Hopkins Hardin
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Birth: Sep. 19, 1838
Albemarle County
Virginia, USA
Death: Feb. 13, 1926
Lafayette County
Missouri, USA

Born in Virginia, he enlisted in the Confederate States Army, and was assigned to the 19th Virginia, Pickett's Division. He was in both the first and second battles of Bull Run, Williamsburg, Frederickstown, and Gettysburg. Wounded twice before, in Pickett's Charge he was shot again, and lay on the battlefield two days and nights. Spent 2 years in Union prisons at Fort McHenry, Point Lookout, Fort Pulaski, Morris Island, and was released from Fort Delaware in June of 1865. 
Family links: 
  Elizabeth S Thomas Hardin (1841 - 1873)*
  Susan Lavina Westmoreland Hardin (1849 - 1918)*
  Sarah Elizabeth Hardin (1872 - 1944)*
  Infant Son Hardin (1873 - 1873)*
  Amanda Ardelia Hardin Palmer (1875 - 1968)*
  John Hopkins Hardin (1877 - 1972)*
  William Henry Hardin (1878 - 1967)*
  Mary Louise Hardin Hilliard (1884 - 1969)*
  Martha T Hardin (1887 - 1955)*
*Calculated relationship
Woodlawn Cemetery
Jackson County
Missouri, USA
Created by: Bill Walker
Record added: Sep 20, 2002
Find A Grave Memorial# 6791647
Hopkins Hardin
Added by: Ron Mac
Hopkins Hardin
Added by: Bill Walker
Hopkins Hardin
Added by: Bill Walker
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Based on information in the books "Biographical Roster of the Immortal 600" and "Immortal Captives" by Mauriel Joslyn, this man is one of the Immortal Six Hundred. Thanks to Hopkins and all of the Confederate soldiers for your faithful service in protecti...(Read more)
- John Battell
 Added: Jun. 29, 2015

- Pat Shaw
 Added: May. 27, 2015
Thank you for your service & sacrifices for the CSA; you are not forgotten. Deo Vindice.
- JM Herman, SCV & MO Confederate Flaggers
 Added: Oct. 12, 2014
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