prev  next John and Dorothy Hardeman © 2008 Michal M. Farmer Page 104


    17. Peter3Hardeman (Thomas2, John1), was born 23 May 1784,509 Washington County, North Carolina (now Tennessee),510 died 21 May 1820, Williamson County, Tennessee,511 two days from his thirty-sixth birthday. He married in 1810, to his first cousin, Susannah Stone, born circa 1792, Washington County, North Carolina (now Tennessee), died after 1850, Williamson County, Tennessee. The estate of Peter Hardeman was settled in Williamson County.512
    Susannah Stone was the daughter of William Stone513 and Elizabeth Hardeman.514 [See #4, Elizabeth Hardeman] and [See #40, Susannah Stone].
    Susannah Stone, widow of Peter Hardeman, married second, before 1822, to John Brewer.515 Susan Brewer lived with her son, Franklin Hardeman, in Williamson County, Tennessee, in 1850. [See #129, Franklin Hardeman].
    Peter Hardeman paid taxes in Williamson County, Tennessee, from 1807 to 1813. He lived in Louisiana from 1809 to 1814.
    On 17 January 1807 in Williamson County, Tennessee, Thomas Hardeman sold to Peter Hardeman, for $800, tract on Five Mile Creek, a

    509 Thomas Hardeman bible: Peter Hardeman born May 23 1784
    510 Peter’s father, Thomas Hardeman, lived in Washington County, in 1784. Washington County, Deed Book 3, p. 97 and 249. Land grant to John Fuller Lane, adjoining Thomas Hardeman. William Ellis bought land from Thomas Hardeman in 1784 in Washington County.
    511 Tombstone, Sugar Hill Plantation, five miles southeast of Franklin, Williamson County, Tennessee: Peter Hardeman, born 23 May 1784, died 21 May 1820.
    512 Williamson County, Tennessee, Minute Book 5, p. 470. Peter Hardeman, deceased. He died 21 May 1820. Administrator: Thomas Hardeman, Jr. Security: John Hardeman. Widow: Susan Hardeman. Minute Book 6, p. 531. Peter Hardeman, deceased. Widow, Susan Hardeman, dower partition. They married in 1810. Heir: Franklin Hardeman. John Hardeman is guardian of Franklin Hardeman.
    513 Dickson County, Tennessee, Will Book A, p. 3-5. Will of William Stone, 26 April 1805. To my daughter Susanna a negro girl named Printer, &c.
    514 Dickson County, Tennessee, Deed Book A, p. 264. 19 August 1812, Marble Stone and William Stone to their mother, Elizabeth Stone. Mentions sister Susanna Hardeman and her husband, Peter Hardeman.
    515 Williamson County, Tennessee, Minute Book 6, p. 618. Estate of Peter Hardeman, deceased, 1822. Widow, Susannah, is Mrs. John Brewer.