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and became inspector of railroads, superintendent of public buildings and grounds, and superintendent of the Texas Confederate Home in Austin.
    William P. Hardeman, synopsis of Texas land grants: received Bounty Warrant 565 for 320 acres, 18 November 1837, for service from 10 April to 1 August 1837. 320 acres in Cooke County were patented to him, 12 March 1861. Patent 401, Volume 12, Abstract 482, General Land Office, Bounty 931.1281
    W. P. Hardeman is mentioned in the following deed: Guadalupe County, Texas: 22 January 1872 in Travis County, Texas, William N. Hardeman, sole executor under the will of Blackstone Hardeman, deceased, of Guadalupe County, Texas, for $1320, sold to Richard L. McKinney of Guadalupe County, Texas, all that tract or parcel of land in Guadalupe County, 220 acres, out of the 320 acres conveyed by Miles G. Dikes to Blackstone Hardeman on 25 November 1848 on record in Guadalupe County in Book D, pages 77 and 78, and reference to which is here made for particular description. This conveyance includes all that part of land in said tract southwest from the Slough or Bayou which is the boundary line of a one hundred acre tract to James Glasgow by W. P. Hardeman fronting on the San Marcos River and running back to the bayou as described in the deed from William P. Hardeman to James Glasgow, saving and especially reserving one acre of ground in a square including the family burial ground of Blackstone Hardeman, deceased, which is upon the said land and not herein conveyed and the water privilege belonging to W. P. Hardeman on the Slough or Bayou herein before described. /s/ W. N. Hardeman, executor of B. Hardeman, deceased. Proved before James W. Smith, notary public, in Austin City, Travis County, Texas. Delivered to R. L. McKinney, 22 February 1873.
    The location of the above land is one mile west of Highway 80 and 300 yards north of Interstate Highway 10 in Guadalupe County, almost on the line of Caldwell County.1282

    1281 Thomas Lloyd Miller, Bounty and Donation Land Grants of Texas 1835-1888 (Austin, University of Texas Press, 1968), p. 324.
    1282 The Hardeman-McKinney Cemetery is one mile west of Highway 80 and 300 yards north of Interstate Highway 10 in Guadalupe County, almost on the line of Caldwell County. In this cemetery is the tombstone of James M. Glasgow, born 4 Nov. 1823, died 12 Feb. 1910.