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HARDIN, JOHN WESLEY (1853-1895). John Wesley (Wes) Hardin, outlaw, son of James G. and Elizabeth Hardin, was born in Bonham, Texas, on May 26, 1853. His father was a Methodist preacher, circuit rider, schoolteacher, and lawyer. Hardin's violent career started in 1867 with a schoolyard squabble in which he stabbed another youth. At fifteen, in Polk County, he shot and killed a black man as a result of a chance meeting and an argument. With the Reconstruction government looking for him, he fled to his brother's house, twenty-five miles north of Sumpter, Texas, where in the fall of 1868 he claimed to have killed three Union soldiers who sought to arrest him. Within a year, he killed another soldier at Richard Bottom.

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7mm Lone Star cut Blue Topaz Scroll Pendant

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7mm StarCut BlueTopaz Pendant

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7mm Lone Star cut Blue Topaz Scroll Pendant

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We love this mounting, it is a neat scroll design, even the bail has a neat design.
We use this for a lot of stones but it lends itself especially well to the Lone Star Cut Blue Topaz. This is the 7mm Blue Topaz (the official stone of Texas), that can be worn with anything and to everywhere - Perfect for any Texas Woman!!

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