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Caldwell County, Texas, in 1858. He served in the Confederate Army. Sarah Hardeman, widow of John B. Hardeman, applied for a Confederate pension in Brazoria County, Texas.1487
    Children of John B. Hardeman and Julia Ann Engledow:
405. i. Thomas P. “Tom” Hardeman, born circa 1849, Nacogdoches County, Texas, died June 1884.1488 He was counted twice in the 1880 census. Tom P. lived with his step-mother, Sarah Hardeman, in Brazos County, in 1880; he was a public weigher. Thom Hardaman lived in Galveston, Texas, in 1880; he was a cotton weigher.1489
406. ii. Robert E. “Bob” Hardeman, born 1 April 1850, Nacogdoches County, Texas, died 3 April 1888.1490
407. iii. William P. or L. Hardeman, born circa 1853, Nacogdoches County, Texas
    Child of John B. Hardeman and Sarah Randall:
408. iv. Sue Hardeman, born 13 December 1862, Nacogdoches County, Texas, died 25 January 1893, buried Alvin, Brazoria County, Texas,1491 married circa 1887, to Joseph S. Southwick, born circa 1858.1492

    1487 Confederate pension application, #8233, Texas State Archives. Sarah Randall Hardeman, widow of John B. Hardeman, Brazoria County, Texas.
    1488 Nesbitt Memorial Library, Columbus, Colorado County, Texas. Thomas P. Hardeman, died June 1884. Cemetery unknown.
    1489 1880 U.S. Census, Galveston County, Texas, S.D. 5, E.D. 70, Sheet 16, 9th Ward, City of Galveston. Thom Hardaman, white, male, age 30, cotton weigher, born Texas Texas Texas.
    1490 Nesbitt Memorial Library, Columbus, Colorado County, Texas. Bob E. Hardeman, born 1 April 1850, died 3 April 1888. Colorado County burials. Cemetery unknown.
    1491 Tombstone, Alvin Cemetery: Sue Hardeman Southwick, wife of J. S. Southwick, born 13 Dec. 1862, Melrose, Texas, died 25 Jan. 1893, Alvin, Texas.
    1492 1880 U.S. Census, Galveston County, Texas, S.D. 5, E.D. 62, Sheet 9, 1st Ward, Galveston. Head of family, S. Southwick, age 46, bank clerk. J. S. Southwick, age 22, son, warf clerk. In 1900, J. S. Southwick, his wife, and son, lived in Galveston.