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    111. William Miller4Hardeman (Constantine3, Thomas2, John1), was born 27 April 1813, Rutherford County, Tennessee, died 11 January 1860, DeSoto County, Mississippi. He married 17 November 1851, Davidson County, Tennessee, to Bathsheba Ann Williams, born 2 July 1820, Davidson County, Tennessee, died 15 December 1859,1001 DeSoto County, Mississippi,1002 daughter of Turner Williams1003 and Ann Currin1004 of Davidson County, Tennessee.1005
    In 1860, the children of William M. and Ann Hardeman lived in DeSoto County, Mississippi, with John Currin Williams and Sarah Marr Sneed Williams.1006 John Currin Williams was the son of Turner Williams and Ann Currin. Sarah Marr Sneed Williams was the daughter of Constant Sneed and Susannah Hardeman. Ann Williams Hardeman’s brother, John Currin Williams, married William Miller Hardeman’s niece, Sally Marr Sneed.

    1001 Tombstone, Williams Cemetery, Davidson County, Tennessee, Saddlewood Lane: In memory of Ann, wife of Wm. Hardeman, daughter of Ann Williams, born 2 July 1820, died 15 Dec. 1859.
    1002 Nashville Christian Advocate, 12 January 1860 issue: Beersheba Ann Hardiman, wife of William M. Hardiman, dau. of Turner and Ann Williams, born Davidson County, Tennessee, 2 July 1820, died Decotah [DeSoto] County, Mississippi, 15 December 1859, married 17 November 1851.
    1003 Tombstone, Williams Cemetery, Davidson County, Tennessee, Saddlewood Lane, ½ mile from intersection with Cloverdale Drive. Turner Williams, born 25 Sept. 1796. His will was made 13 Jan. 1880. 1880 U.S. Census, Davidson County, S.D. 3, E.D. 68, Sheet 25: Turner Williams, white, male, age 83; Sermanta Williams, age 65, wife; Sermanth Sneed, age 10, granddaughter. All born Tenn. Tenn. Tenn.
    1004 Tombstone, Williams Cemetery, Davidson County, Tennessee: Ann Williams, wife of Turner Williams, born 27 Aug. 1797, died 3 March 1847.
    1005 Nashville Christian Advocate, 19 March 1847 issue: Anne Williams died 3 March 1847; son Turner Williams. She was the dau. of John and Bathsheba Currin, and consort of T. Williams. She was born 27 Aug. 1797, Davidson County, Tennessee, married 21 May 1817. /s/ T. D. Martindale, Smyrna.
    1006 1860 U.S. Census, DeSoto County, Mississippi, p. 10, #77/77, Arkabutla P.O. Jno. C. Williams, age 37, male, $4,000/$6,000, born Tenn; Sarah M. Williams, age 34, female, born Tenn.; S. S. Williams, age 11, female, born Miss.; A. C. Williams, age 9, female; Sarah E. Williams, age 6, female; C. P. Williams, age 4, male; R. H. [or B. H.?] Williams, age 3, male; D. H. Williams, age 8/12, male; S. A. Hardeman, age 5, female, $3,000, born Miss.; Mary L. Hardeman, age 3, female, $3,000, born Miss.; S. S. Hardeman, age 7/12, female, $3,000, born Miss.; M. J. Hardeman, age 7/12, female, $3,000, born Miss.