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my daughter Rebecca B. Powell, my daughter Amy Powell, and my grandson James Powell Bell. Executors: son, John Powell, and brother, Edward Powell. Witnesses: John Lumpkin, Parmenas Haynes, Richard Haynes.658
    18 July 1821 in Oglethorpe County, Deed of Gift: Boyc Powel of aforesaid county, for natural love and affection, to my six grandchildren: Hardeman Owen, Patsey P. Birdsong, Bracket Owen, Polley Owen, Susanna Owen, and Rebecca Owen, give equally divided among them at my death, a negro woman Nan and her child George.659
    Children of William Owen and Amy Powell:
159. i. Hardeman Owen, born circa 1800, Oglethorpe County, Georgia, died 31 August 1833 in the Creek Nation.660 He lived in Jones County, Georgia, in 1823, and in Troup County, Georgia, in 1828.661
160. ii. Martha P. “Patsy” Owen, born circa 1802, Oglethorpe County, Georgia, married 12 December 1820, Oglethorpe County, to Benjamin Birdsong.662
161. iii. Brackett Owen, born circa 1804, Oglethorpe County, Georgia, married 27 January 1825, Jasper County, Georgia, to Mary Hunt.
162. iv. Polly Owen, born circa 1806, Oglethorpe County, Georgia
163. v. Susannah Owen, born circa 1808, Oglethorpe County, Georgia
164. vi. Rebecca Owen, born circa 1810, Oglethorpe County, Georgia

    658 Oglethorpe County, Georgia, Will Book A, p. 28. Will of John Powell.
    659 Oglethorpe County, Georgia, Deed Book K, p. 129. Witnesses: Owen H. Jackson, Glen Owen, Sarah Owen. Proved by Glen Owen, 31 July 1821, Elias Beall, J.I.C. Recorded 1 August 1821, Isaac Collier, clerk.
    660 Western Weekly Review, Franklin, Williamson County, Tennessee, 6 September 1833 issue: Colonel Hardeman Owens, formerly of Columbus, Georgia, killed by U.S. soldiers in the Creek Nation about 35 miles from Columbus, 31 August 1833. U.S. Marshal had attempted to remove him from the Creek Nation. Shot by soldiers who claimed he was running away. Also, see Columbus Enquirer.
    661 See Henry County, Georgia, Deed Book A, 1823: Hardeman Owen of Jones County, Georgia.
    662 Smith, Oglethorpe County, Georgia, Marriages, p. 153. Benjamin Birdsong to Martha P. Owen, 12 Decemer 1820.