Is Hardin a form of Harden or Harding, or is Hardin its "own" name? The only thing I know about the name is the 2 Universities in Texas (Mary Hardin-Baylor & Hardin-Simmons).
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This is what ancestry.com has to say -
Hardin doesn't register as a surname in the UK, but is well represented in the US, so I think that any contribution to the surnames popularity made by the place names Harden (England and Scotland) must be considered negligible.
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Thank you:)
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