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    21. Elizabeth3Hardeman (Thomas2, John1), was born 26 November 1791,624 Davidson County, Tennessee, died between 15 March 1870, and 4 March 1871, Austin, Travis County, Texas.625 She married first, 22 February 1809, Williamson County, Tennessee, to Glen Owen,626 her first cousin. Glen was born circa 1786 in Wilkes County, Georgia, and was killed in 1825, near Presido del Norte on the Rio Grande, on a trading trip to Santa Fe. His estate was settled in Howard County, Missouri.627 Glen was the son of Glen Owen and Dorothy Hardeman [#5] of Oglethorpe County, Georgia. [Also see #45, Glen Owen].
    Elizabeth Hardeman Owen married second, 29 March 1827, Williamson County, Tennessee, to Dr. Reece Corzine,628 died 10 February 1839. E. P. White was administrator of the estate of Dr. Reese Corzine in Williamson County, Tennessee.629
    Glen and Elizabeth Owen moved from Williamson County, Tennessee, to Howard County, Missouri, in 1819. She moved back to Tennessee, in 1826. Elizabeth Corzine lived in Travis County, Texas, in 1860, next door to her nephew, Peter Hardeman (son of Blackstone Hardeman).630 She had no children.
    The will of Mrs. Elizabeth O. Corzine was dated 15 March 1870, Travis County, Texas. To my freed woman, Mary, I give land. To my freed man, Charles, two-thirds, and William, one-third. I give land to the Church of Christ. Also, land to my two nephews, William N. Hardeman and John B. Hardeman.631

    624 Thomas Hardeman bible: Elizabeth Hardeman born November 26 1791
    625 Travis County, Texas, Probate Book 1868-1872, p. 448. Elizabeth Corzine.
    626 Whitley, Williamson County, Tennessee, Marriages 1804-1850, p. 141. Glenn Owen to Betsey Hardeman, 22 February 1809. Bondsman: Robert Musgrove.
    627 Missouri Intelligencer, 10 June 1825 issue: Sale of the personal property of Glen Owen will be sold 7 July 1825. Elizabeth Owen, administratrix.
    628 Whitley, Williamson County, Tennessee, Marriages 1804-1850, p. 41. Reese Corzine to Elizabeth Owen, 29 March 1827. Bondsman: Andrew Craig.
    629 Western Weekly Review, Franklin, Williamson County, Tennessee, 26 July 1839 issue: E. P. White, administrator of Dr. Reese Corzine’s estate (so appointed May 1839) advertised that persons with claims against the estate file same promptly.
    630 1860 U.S. Census, Travis County, Texas, p. 260, #321/321. Precinct No. 5, Gilliland’s Creek. E. Kisine, age 68, female, “widow,” $5,000/$17,000, born Tenn.
    631 Filed 4 March 1871. Travis County, Texas, Probate Book 1868-1872, p. 448.