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==History==
 
==History==
 
===Family===
 
===Family===
Not much is known about his parents or family. Fenton Hardy does have an unwed sister who is several years older than him, [[Gertrude Hardy]], as well as a brother <ref>[[Nancy Drew and The Hardy Boys Super Sleuths!]] [[Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys Super Sleuths! Volume 1|Volume 1]] ''[[The Secret of Mountaintop Inn]]''</ref> and a sister-in-law, [[Janet Hardy]]<ref>Nancy Drew and The Hardy Boys Super Sleuths! Volume 1 ''The Secret of Mountaintop Inn''</ref>. Fenton also has a niece, [[Sue Hardy]], who is only a year or two younger than his sons, [[Frank Hardy]] and [[Joe Hardy]].<ref>Nancy Drew and The Hardy Boys Super Sleuths! Volume 1 ''The Secret of Mountaintop Inn''.</ref>
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Not much is known about his parents or family. Fenton Hardy does have an unwed sister who is several years older than him, [[Gertrude Hardy]], as well as a brother <ref>[[Nancy Drew and The Hardy Boys Super Sleuths!]] [[Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys Super Sleuths! Volume 1|Volume 1]] ''[[The Secret of Mountaintop Inn]]''</ref> and a sister-in-law, [[Janet Hardy]]<ref>Nancy Drew and The Hardy Boys Super Sleuths! Volume 1 ''The Secret of Mountaintop Inn''</ref>. Fenton also has a niece, [[Sue Hardy]], who is only a year or two younger than his sons, [[Frank Hardy]] and [[Joe Hardy]].<ref>Nancy Drew and The Hardy Boys Super Sleuths! Volume 1 ''The Secret of Mountaintop Inn''.</ref>
   
 
Fenton Hardy is also related, through the marriage of his brother and [[Janet Hardy]] to [[Karen Young]], who is the daughter of either a brother or sister of [[Janet Hardy]] since Karen referred to Janet as "Aunt Janet".<ref>Nancy Drew and The Hardy Boys Super Sleuths! Volume 1 ''The Secret of Mountaintop Inn''</ref>
 
Fenton Hardy is also related, through the marriage of his brother and [[Janet Hardy]] to [[Karen Young]], who is the daughter of either a brother or sister of [[Janet Hardy]] since Karen referred to Janet as "Aunt Janet".<ref>Nancy Drew and The Hardy Boys Super Sleuths! Volume 1 ''The Secret of Mountaintop Inn''</ref>
   
 
===Early life===
 
===Early life===
Not much is known about his childhood or his youth, other than that he attended Bayport University.<ref>The Hardy Boys #33 ''[[The Yellow Feather Mystery (revised text)|The Yellow Feather Mystery]]''</ref>
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Not much is known about his childhood or his youth, other than that he attended Woodson Academy and Bayport University.<ref>The Hardy Boys #33 ''[[The Yellow Feather Mystery (revised text)|The Yellow Feather Mystery]]''</ref>
   
 
===NYPD===
 
===NYPD===
While Fenton was with the New York City Police Department he befriended [[Harry Stone]], a person that he trusted completely<ref>[[The Hardy Boys (Digest series)|The Hardy Boys]] #85 ''[[The Skyfire Puzzle]]''</ref>. Fenton left the force while Harry was still there, but several years later Fenton Hardy and his sons would join forces with [[Harry Stone]], who had resigned from the New York City police force in order to work for NASA as security chief, when Fenton was investigating the theft of a satellite that had recently been put into orbit<ref>The Hardy Boys #79 ''[[Sky Sabotage]]''</ref>. A short while later Fenton's trust in [[Harry Stone]] would be tested when an international espionage ring sought to make it look like [[Harry Stone]] was apart of a plot to steal the ''Longeye'' satellite. However, thanks to Frank and Joe, Fenton's trust in Stone was restored when evidence was uncovered indicating that Stone and his deputy chief at NASA, Lew Gorman, had been part of a frame-up and were innocent of any charges<ref>The Hardy Boys #85 ''[[The Skyfire Puzzle]]''</ref>.
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While Fenton was with the New York City Police Department he befriended [[Harry Stone]], a person that he trusted completely<ref>[[The Hardy Boys (Digest series)|The Hardy Boys]] #85 ''[[The Skyfire Puzzle]]''</ref>. Fenton left the force while Harry was still there, but several years later Fenton Hardy and his sons would join forces with [[Harry Stone]], who had resigned from the New York City police force in order to work for NASA as security chief, when Fenton was investigating the theft of a satellite that had recently been put into orbit<ref>The Hardy Boys #79 ''[[Sky Sabotage]]''</ref>. A short while later Fenton's trust in [[Harry Stone]] would be tested when an international espionage ring sought to make it look like [[Harry Stone]] was apart of a plot to steal the ''Longeye'' satellite. However, thanks to Frank and Joe, Fenton's trust in Stone was restored when evidence was uncovered indicating that Stone and his deputy chief at NASA, Lew Gorman, had been part of a frame-up and were innocent of any charges<ref>The Hardy Boys #85 ''[[The Skyfire Puzzle]]''</ref>.
   
 
==References==
 
==References==

Revision as of 18:53, January 30, 2010

Fenton Hardy, according to his son Joe, is one of the most famous private detectives in the country.[1] He was a successful detective on the New York City police force before setting up a private practice in Bayport.[2] He is a churchgoer along with the rest of his family.[3]

History

Family

Not much is known about his parents or family. Fenton Hardy does have an unwed sister who is several years older than him, Gertrude Hardy, as well as a brother [4] and a sister-in-law, Janet Hardy[5]. Fenton also has a niece, Sue Hardy, who is only a year or two younger than his sons, Frank Hardy and Joe Hardy.[6]

Fenton Hardy is also related, through the marriage of his brother and Janet Hardy to Karen Young, who is the daughter of either a brother or sister of Janet Hardy since Karen referred to Janet as "Aunt Janet".[7]

Early life

Not much is known about his childhood or his youth, other than that he attended Woodson Academy and Bayport University.[8]

NYPD

While Fenton was with the New York City Police Department he befriended Harry Stone, a person that he trusted completely[9]. Fenton left the force while Harry was still there, but several years later Fenton Hardy and his sons would join forces with Harry Stone, who had resigned from the New York City police force in order to work for NASA as security chief, when Fenton was investigating the theft of a satellite that had recently been put into orbit[10]. A short while later Fenton's trust in Harry Stone would be tested when an international espionage ring sought to make it look like Harry Stone was apart of a plot to steal the Longeye satellite. However, thanks to Frank and Joe, Fenton's trust in Stone was restored when evidence was uncovered indicating that Stone and his deputy chief at NASA, Lew Gorman, had been part of a frame-up and were innocent of any charges[11].

References

  1. The Hardy Boys #1 The Tower Treasure (1959) p2
  2. The Hardy Boys #1 The Tower Treasure (1959) p19
  3. The Hardy Boys #1 The Tower Treasure (1959), p24
  4. Nancy Drew and The Hardy Boys Super Sleuths! Volume 1 The Secret of Mountaintop Inn
  5. Nancy Drew and The Hardy Boys Super Sleuths! Volume 1 The Secret of Mountaintop Inn
  6. Nancy Drew and The Hardy Boys Super Sleuths! Volume 1 The Secret of Mountaintop Inn.
  7. Nancy Drew and The Hardy Boys Super Sleuths! Volume 1 The Secret of Mountaintop Inn
  8. The Hardy Boys #33 The Yellow Feather Mystery
  9. The Hardy Boys #85 The Skyfire Puzzle
  10. The Hardy Boys #79 Sky Sabotage
  11. The Hardy Boys #85 The Skyfire Puzzle

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