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    Children of Bunch Hardeman and Fanny A. Simpson:
522. i. Conde Blackstone Hardeman, born December 1874, Nacogdoches County, Texas, died 1947, Kimble County, Texas, married circa 1907, to Idyl Jett, born circa 1879. Conde lived with Calvin Templeton in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas, in 1900 and 1910. He lived in Kimble County, Texas, in 1920 and 1930.1790
523. ii. Victor Blackstone “Vic” Hardeman, born 22 November 1875, Nacogdoches County, Texas, died 14 November 1935, Brady, Texas, buried Junction Cemetery. He was killed in an automobile accident nine miles from Brady on the Brady-Junction Road. He married circa 1896, to Miss Ann Minor, born circa 1876, of Kerens, Texas.1791 Vic moved to Kimble County, in 1914. He lived near Junction, in the South Llano District of Kimble County, was a rancher who raised registered sheep and goats. His V-H Ranch was a tourist resort.
    Victor lived in Fort Worth, Texas, in 1910,1792 and in Kimble County, Texas, in 19201793 and 1930.1794

    1790 1920 U.S. Census, Kimble County, Texas, S.D. 16, E.D. 130, Sheet 16. C. B. Hardeman, age 46, married; Idyl, wife, age 36, married. 1930 U.S. Census, Kimble County, S.D. 14, E.D. 134-2, Sheet 3. Hardeman, Conde B., age 56, married at 34; Idyl, wife, age 49, married at 27.
    1791 U.S. GenWeb, Kimble County, Texas, obituaries, contributed by Frederica Wyatt. “V. B. Hardeman is Killed in Auto Accident. Ranchman’s Auto Overturns as it Hits Loose Gravel on Highway,” [17 November 1935], obituary. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon from the home of his mother, Mrs. Charles Henderson. He was the son of Bunch Hardeman and Frances Simpson Hardeman. He was the grand nephew of Gen. Gotch Hardeman. Survivors: widow, Mrs. Ann Hardeman; his mother, Mrs. Charles Henderson; and two brothers, Conde Hardeman of Junction, and Hunter Hardeman of Shreveport, La. Out of town people who attended the funeral: Mr. and Mrs. Ben Miller, Kerens; Mrs. James Garrison, Hondo; Mrs. Carroll Black, Hillsboro; Dr. and Mrs. M. E. Rogers, Austin; Hunter Hardeman and daughter, Miss Frances, of Shreveport, La.; and Mr. Robt. Real of Live Oak Ranch.
    1792 1910 U.S. Census, Tarrant County, Texas, S.D. 12, E.D. 100, Sheet 9B, Fort Worth, West 2nd St. Hardeman, Victor D., male, white, age 36, mar1, married 14 yrs., traveling salesman, dry goods; Anne, wife, age 34, mar1, married 14 yrs., 0 children.
    1793 1920 U.S. Census, Kimble County, Texas, S.D. 16, E.D. 130, Sheet 11A. Victor B. Hardeman, male, white, age 45, married; Anna Hardeman, wife, age 42, married; Horrey? Estes, nephew, male, white, age 18, single.
    1794 1930 U.S. Census, Kimble County, Texas, S.D. 14, E.D. 134-2, Sheet 3B. Hardeman, Victor B., age 55, married at 23, stockman; Ann L., wife, age 54.