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    118. Martha Duprey4Hardeman (Eleazar3, Thomas2, John1), was born circa 1803, Williamson County, Tennessee, died in 1863, Perry County, Tennessee.1105 She married 21 April 1835, Williamson County, Tennessee, as his second wife, to Andrew Craig,1106 born 9 March 1787, died 17 December 1863, Perry County, Tennessee.
    Andrew Craig married first, 23 October 1810, Williamson County, Tennessee, to Jemima Crafton, who died 30 August 1834, Williamson County, Tennessee.1107 Jemima Crafton was the daughter of John Crafton1108 and Elizabeth Foster. Andrew Craig was the son of David Craig whose will was recorded in Williamson County, Tennessee, April 1825.1109
    Andrew Craig was bondsman for the marriage of Reese Corzine to Elizabeth Hardeman Owen, 29 March 1827, in Williamson County. Elizabeth was Martha D. Hardeman’s aunt.
    Andrew and Martha Craig moved from Williamson County, to Perry County, Tennessee, about 1848. Andrew Craig served in the War of 1812; he was a minister of the Baptist Church and Christian Church.
    Andrew Craig made his will, 13 March 1843, Perry County, Tennessee. His will named wife, Martha Duprey Craig, and daughters, Nancy Wade Craig and Mary Melisa Vaughn. And, to other children: Eleazar Hardeman Craig, Sarah Elizabeth Craig, Andrew Craig, Martha Duprey Craig, or other children we may have, to the support and education of my minor children. Executor: Martha Duprey Craig to be

    1105 Goodspeed Publishing Company, History of Tennessee, 1886. Perry County. “Andrew D. Craig”
    1106 Whitley, Williamson County, Tennessee, Marriages 1804-1850, p. 43. Andrew Craig to Martha D. Hardeman, 21 April 1835. Bondsman: William Anderson.
    1107 Western Weekly Review, Franklin, Williamson County, Tennessee, 5 September 1834 issue: Jemima, wife of Andrew Craig, died 30 August 1834.
    1108 Williamson County, Tennessee, Deed Book D, p. 254. Deed of Gift, 19 August 1815, John Crafton to Robert Sammons, both of Williamson County, for love & affection, 174 acres on Hays Creek, adjoining John Eaton, Robert Smith, Sarah Bennett Shilburn. Witnesses: Joseph Cole, Daniel Wilks, Andrew Craig. Proved October 1815 by Joseph Cole and Andrew Craig, Thos. H. Perkins, D.C. for N. P. Hardeman, clerk.
    1109 Will of David Craig, Williamson County, Tennessee: wife, Mary Craig; sons, James Craig and Andrew Craig; daughters, Margaret Montgomery, Mary McGilovey, Melinda Montgomery, Elizabeth Wilkes, Susannah Moore; granddaughter, Adeline D. Craig.