|Birth: ||Aug. 13, 1847|
|Death: ||Mar. 13, 1930|
Son of Alpheus Hardy and Susan Holmes.
Additional information from:
Who's Who in the World, 1912
Hardy, Arthur Sherburne: Diplomat and author. He was U. S. minister resident and consul-general to Teheran, Persia; envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary to Greece, Romania, Serbia, Switzerland and Spain.
Editor of Cosmopolitan Magazine for two years; professor of civil engineering and mathematics at Dartmouth College for several years.
Graduated from the U. S. Military Academy in 1869; appointed from Massachusetts.
Author of "Song of Two," (poems); "Wind of Destiny," "But Yet a Woman," etc.
Member of Century and Authors' (New York) clubs.
Son of Alpheus and Susan W. (Holmes) Hardy; born Aug. 13, 1847, at Andover, Mass.
Married, at Athens, Greece, March 9, 1898, to Grace Aspinwall Bowan. Address: Woodstock, Conn., U.S.A.
Above Who's Who text provided by Find A Grave contributor "JH."
Grace Aspinwall Bowen Hardy (1850 - 1940)
Woodstock Hill Cemetery
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Record added: Feb 17, 2011
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Arthur Sherburne Hardy was a graduate of the U. S. Military Academy at West Point, Class of 1869. A career biography of him is given in entry #2282 in Cullum's Biographical Register of the Graduates of the Military Academy; it is online.|
Bill Thayer (History of West Point)
Added: Mar. 9, 2011