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Williams.1386 Mary E. lived in Alvin, Brazoria County, Texas, in 1910, with her daughter and son-in-law, John and Madie Kimbrough.1387 They were neighbors of Sarah Randall Hardeman, in 1910. Sarah Randall Hardeman was the widow of William N. Hardeman’s brother, John B. Hardeman.
    William N. Hardeman was the executor of the estate of his father, Blackstone Hardeman, in Guadalupe County, Texas. [See #20, Blackstone Hardeman].
    On 1 March 1869 in Travis County, Texas, William N. Hardeman, administrator of the estate of Blackstone Hardeman, deceased, for $10, sold to Peter Hardeman of Colorado County, Texas, a tract in the San Patricio Land District granted to Blackstone Hardeman, deceased, 30 June 1848, 1597 acres.1388
    William Hardeman received Texas Bounty Warrant 7008 for 320 acres, 14 January 1839, for service from 28 May to 28 August 1836. 320 acres in Galveston County were patented to Ralph Jacobs, assignee, 25 April 1848. Patent 344, Volume 4, Abstract 117, General Land Office, file Galveston Bounty 8.1389
    Mary E. Hardeman, widow of William N. Hardeman, applied for a Confederate pension in Hamilton County, Texas.1390 William served as a captain in the Travis Rifles during the Civil War.

    1386 1900 U.S. Census, Hamilton County, Texas, S.D. 4, E.D. 84, Sheet 28, Hico. Williams, Annie R., born April 1864, age 36, widow, born Texas Tenn. Tenn., boarding house; Isabella, dau., born Aug. 1886, age 13, born Texas Ky. Texas; Hardeman, son, born July 1888, age 11; Maude Williams, dau., born Jan. 1890, age 10; Mary E. Hardeman, mother, born Feb. 1830, age 70, widow, had had 6 children, 6 living, born Tenn. Mo. Ala.; Leonard Talley, nephew, born Aug. 1883, age 16, born Texas Ga. Texas; and six boarders. All white.
    1387 1910 U.S. Census, Brazoria County, Texas, S.D. 9, E.D. 9, Alvin. John C. Kimbrough, male, white, age 51, mar1, married 24 yrs., born Miss. Miss. Miss., proprietor of livery stable; Mattie Kimbrough, wife, age 44, mar1, married 24 years, 0 children, born Texas Tenn. Tenn.; Mary E. Hardiman, mother-in-law, age 79, widow, had had 7 children, 3 living, born Tenn. Mo. Ala.; Sarah McComick, servant, female, white, age 16, single, born Ind. Ind. Ind.
    1388 Nueces County, Texas, Deed Book I, p. 276-278. Recorded 22 October 1869.
    1389 Thomas Lloyd Miller, Bounty and Donation Land Grants of Texas 1835-1888 (Austin, University of Texas Press, 1968), p. 324.
    1390 Texas State Archives, Austin. Confederate pension application, Mary E. Hardeman, widow of William N. Hardeman, #1756, Hamilton County, Texas.