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Hattiesburg Toccata
Hattiesburg, Mississippi was founded in 1882 by Captain William H. Hardy who named the city after his wife, Hattie.
The Grand Lodge The Grand Lodge Ancient, Free and Accepted
Appointed were Robert W. Best, PGM for three- years, Samuel H. Roundtree, for two-years and Henry Lee for one-year.

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That's cause enough to celebrate the foresight of the founding fathers, railroad man William H. Hardy and lumberman Joseph T. Jones.

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William H. Hardy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
William H. Hardy (1837—1917) founded the cities of Hattiesburg and Laurel, Mississippi, and co-founded the city of Gulfport, Mississippi.
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In 1967, the Viet Cong captured another prisoner of war -- Army Capt. William H. Hardy, who was captured on June 29, 1967 as he drove a truck near Saigon.
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William H. Hardy - OoCities
William H. Hardy, founder of the Mississippi cities of Hattiesburg, Gulfport, and Laurel, was born in Todds Hill, Alabama, on February 12, 1837.

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