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branch of Big Harpeth, beginning at William Mabin’s east line, is 548 acres, a part of a tract originally granted to William Blount.516
    13 October 1808 in Williamson County, Deed of Gift: Thomas Hardeman to Peter Hardeman, for love and affection of Thomas to his son Peter, grants 100 acres, on both sides of Big Harpeth River, beginning at about ten poles south of General Moore’s northwest corner and Pinktham Eaton’s southwest corner, at northeast corner of tract granted to James Randolph Robertson and the southeast corner of tract granted to Wm. Turnbull, west with line run by John Buchanan and William Dooley to north bank of Harpeth marked by Henry Robertson, west with a line run by H. Rutherford to stake in all 160 poles, north 100 poles, northeast 160 poles to Eaton’s west boundary line, south to beginning. Witnesses: John H. Stone and Blackstone Hardeman.517 John H. Stone was Susannah Stone’s brother. Blackstone Hardeman was Peter Hardeman’s brother.
    Peter Hardeman of Williamson County, Tennessee, served in the War of 1812. He was commissioned a lieutenant in the 44th Regiment of militia for the state of Tennessee, 24 September 1814. He served in General John Coffee’s Brigade of Tennessee Volunteer Cavalry and Mounted Gunmen at the Battle of New Orleans.
    Susan Hardeman, widow of Peter Hardeman, is included in the 1820 census of Williamson County.518 She was the next house to Peter’s brother, Thomas Jones Hardeman.
    Children of Peter Hardeman and Susannah Stone:
127. i. son died in infancy
128. ii. son died in infancy
+129. iii. Franklin Hardeman, born 22 January 1815, Williamson County, Tennessee, died 3 April 1878, Williamson County, married 27 July 1834, Davidson County, Tennessee, to Catherine Carson Wilson.519

    516 Murray, Williamson County, Tennessee, Deed Abstracts, 1799-1811, p. 92. Deed Book A2, p. 382.
    517 Murray, Williamson County, Tennessee, Deed Abstracts, 1799-1811, p. 117. Deed Book B, p. 105.
    518 1820 U.S. Census, Williamson County, Tennessee, p. 150. Susan Hardeman – males: 1 under 10; females: 1 16/26; 1 26/45; 1 over 45. And, 4 slaves.
    519 Whitley, Davidson County, Tennessee, Marriages 1789-1837, p. 142. Franklin Hardeman to Catherine C. Wilson, 27 July 1834. Performed by George Weller, M.G.