Hardin, John

Hardin, John,

1753–92, Native American fighter, b. Fauquier co., Va. He served in Lord Dunmore's War (1774) and was a noted member of Daniel MorganMorgan, Daniel,
1736–1802, American Revolutionary general, b. probably in Hunterdon co., N.J. He moved (c.1753) to Virginia and later served in the French and Indian Wars and several campaigns against Native Americans.
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's riflemen during the Revolution. His services at Saratoga were particularly noteworthy. He moved to Washington co., Ky., in 1786 and afterward took part in many expeditions against the Native Americans N of the Ohio, winning general recognition for his courage and his ability as a woodsman and a leader of men. He was sent in 1792 to negotiate a treaty with the Miami and was killed by Native Americans at what is now Hardin, Ohio.
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