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Smith
post Feb 27 2012, 03:54 PM
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Mr. Lew Hartswick,
Could your Hartswick be kin to the Leonard Hardwick in the 1820 Bedford County,Tennessee Census Page 24 ?

1830 Census- John Hartwick in Lawrence County Tennessee, Page 310.
1830 Census - John Hardwick in Haywood County, Tennessee, Page 424..
1830 Census - Jonathan P. Hardwick in Dickson County, Tennessee Page 321.
1830 Census - Lennard Hardwick in Hardeman County, Tennessee Page 362.
1830 Census - Benj. Hardwick in Smith County, Tennessee Page 59.
1830 Census - Joel W. Hardwick in Smith County, Tennessee Page 32.
1830 Census - John Hardwick in Mc Minn County, Tennessee Page 171.

1840 Census -These Hardwick and Hartwick found in Bradley, Dickson, Fayrtte, Hardeman, Gibson, Hardin and Lawrence Counties in Tennessee

1830 Census - Leonard Hardwick was in Lawrence County, Tennessee Page .
1880 Census - Leonard Hartwick was in Faulkner County, Arkansas along with other Hartwick families.


These Hartwick families can be found in Cleburne, Conway, Faulkner, Van Buren Counties in Arkansas, beginning in 1850 Census.

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Lew Hartswick
post Jun 5 2013, 09:27 AM
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Mainly all the Hartswick's I can find. They seem to all be descended
from the one immigrant in about 1792 into Philadelphia, PA
I also like to trace the spouses ancesters and their children as far as I can easily.




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Mr. Lew Hartswick,
Could your Hartswick be kin to the Leonard Hardwick in the 1820 Bedford County,Tennessee Census Page 24 ?

1830 Census- John Hartwick in Lawrence County Tennessee, Page 310.
1830 Census - John Hardwick in Haywood County, Tennessee, Page 424..
1830 Census - Jonathan P. Hardwick in Dickson County, Tennessee Page 321.
1830 Census - Lennard Hardwick in Hardeman County, Tennessee Page 362.
1830 Census - Benj. Hardwick in Smith County, Tennessee Page 59.
1830 Census - Joel W. Hardwick in Smith County, Tennessee Page 32.
1830 Census - John Hardwick in Mc Minn County, Tennessee Page 171.

1840 Census -These Hardwick and Hartwick found in Bradley, Dickson, Fayrtte, Hardeman, Gibson, Hardin and Lawrence Counties in Tennessee

1830 Census - Leonard Hardwick was in Lawrence County, Tennessee Page .
1880 Census - Leonard Hartwick was in Faulkner County, Arkansas along with other Hartwick families.


These Hartwick families can be found in Cleburne, Conway, Faulkner, Van Buren Counties in Arkansas, beginning in 1850 Census.

By: Smith

NOPE! Pretty sure (at least 99% ) that all the HartSwick's in the country are related to one immigrant that came into
the country at Philadelphia in about 1790 . I can't find any ship-list that has that name so am pretty sure the name
got changed by the immigration official from some German spelling. All the Hardwick, Hartsock, Hartwick, etc. seem
to un-related. So if you ever find one with the S in it it's probably on my tree already. :-)
...Lew HartSwick...
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