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The family moved to Madison, Georgia in 1891, before Norvell's birth.
Emily Hardy owned a house in Harlem, which was either empty or rented out to tenant farmers. His older brother Sam Hardy died in a drowning accident in the Oconee River.
His father Oliver was a Confederate veteran who had been wounded at the Battle of Antietam on September 17, 1862.
After his demobilization as a recruiting officer for Company K, 16th Georgia Regiment, the elder Oliver Hardy assisted his father in running the vestiges of the family cotton plantation.
By 1908 he had performed in small music halls and played his father's variety sketch "Home from the Honeymoon" (later adapted into the Laurel and Hardy film Another Fine Mess).
In 1909 Laurel appeared in the musical comedy Gentleman Jockey and the melodrama Alone in the World.
He was of paternal English American descent and maternal Scottish American descent.
There's always the dumb, dumb guy, who never has anything bad happen to him, and the smart guy who's even dumber than the dumb guy, only he doesn't know it.
A man of many interests, Hardy was an excellent cook, card player, golfer, singer and dancer, and unlike "Ollie", was always impeccably tailored.
Laurel, who had come to idolize such singing and dancing comedians as Dan Leno, a master of long, wandering anecdotes, appeared in 1906 as "Stan Jefferson--He of the Funny Ways" at Pickard's Museum Music Hall in Glasgow.
In 1907 he toured with Levy and Cardwell's Juvenile Pantomimes, a satirical troupe.
Jefferson, an actor-manager, and Madge Metcalfe, an actress in Jefferson's troupe.