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joined Sam Houston’s army and fought at the Battle of San Jacinto, 21 April 1836. Monroe Hardeman was in Captain Heard’s Company.1247
    He received land grants in Matagorda and Gonzales Counties, Texas. On 12 August 1840, Thomas and his brother, Owen Bailey Hardeman, fought in the battle of Plum Creek against the Comanches. In 1842, Monroe took part in the campaign against Vasquez.
    Thomas M. Hardeman, synopsis of Texas land grants: received Bounty Warrant 884 for 320 acres, 11 December 1837, for service from 29 February to 30 May 1837. 320 acres in Wise County were patented to C. C. Alexander, assignee on 19 October 1857. Patent 172, Volume 7, Abstract 405, General Land Office file, Bounty 842.1248
    Thomas Monroe Hardeman fought in the Battle of San Jacinto during the Texas Revolution and also fought for the Confederacy during the Civil War.1249
    Children of Thomas Monroe Hardeman and Susan Burleson:
336. i. William Fawcett Hardeman, born 19 July 1846, Bastrop County, Texas, died after 1930, Uvalde County, Texas, married circa 1874, Anna Louise Baylor, born 16 January 1854, died 6 September 1900, Uvalde County.1250
    Anna Louise was the daughter of John Robert and Emily Baylor. The Baylor family lived in Hallettsville, Lavaca County, Texas, in 1870.1251

    1247 Muster Roll Book of the General Land Office, Soldiers of the Republic of Texas, p. 49.
    1248 Thomas Lloyd Miller, Bounty and Donation Land Grants of Texas 1835-1888 (Austin, University of Texas Press, 1968), p. 324.
    1249 U.S. GenWeb Archives, Harris County, Texas, contributed by Deb Haines: Cemetery, San Jacinto Memorial Park, marker memorial: Dedicated to the memory of the men who fought in the Battle of San Jacinto and later fought in the Army of the Confederacy. One of the names: Thomas Monroe Hardeman. Erected by the Texas Division of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, 2 March 1940.
    1250 Tombstone, Montell, Uvalde County, Texas, Highway 55: Anna Louise Hardeman, born 16 Jan. 1854, died 6 Sept. 1900.
    1251 1870 U.S. Census, Lavaca County, Texas, p. 432, #334, Hallettsville. Baylor, John R., male, white, age 48; Emily, age 44; John, age 23; Walker, age 22; Henry, age 21; Elizabeth, age 20; Louisa, age 17; Thomas, age 14; George, age 12; Francis, age 9, female.