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    7 September 1825, Oglethorpe County, John Hardeman sold to Damaris Baldwin, both of Oglethorpe County, two lots in the town of Lexington. Paulina, wife of John Hardeman, relinquished dower rights.728
    11 March 1826, Oglethorpe County, John Hardeman sold to John Moore, both of Oglethorpe County, for $50, part of Lot 33 in the town of Lexington. Paulina, wife of John Hardeman, relinquished dower rights.729
    7 April 1827, Oglethorpe County: Bradley Berry of Clarke County, Georgia, sold to John Hardeman of Oglethorpe County, for $275, 100 acres on Long Creek. Witnesses: Charles Smith, Isaac Hardeman.730 10 April 1827, John Hardeman sold to Levi Wilder, for $300, 100 acres.731
    10 August 1826, John Hardeman borrowed $3,000 from Phillip Wray, due 25 December 1827. Security: 190 acres on Troublesome Fork of Long Creek. Is tract sold by John B. Strong and John Wilkes to Hardeman, 10 November 1824. Also, house and lots where John Hardeman now resides in Lexington, Lots 4 and 33.732
    19 April 1828, Oglethorpe County, Trust Deed: John Hardeman to Robert Freeman, Burwell Pope, Benjamin F. Hardeman, and Isaac Hardeman, all of Oglethorpe County, for $10, all his estate, both real and personal. Witnesses: B. W. Hubbard, James Gillespie, J.P. Schedule of property: (1) houses and lots in the town of Lexington by deeds from William Lumpkin and John Moore; (2) house and lot adjoining Anthony Knowlman and others; (3) tract in Oglethorpe County on south side of road leading from Lexington to Washington reference deeds from John B. Strong and John Wilkes; (4) tracts adjoining above reference deeds from Joel Bond and J. Henry Lumpkin; (5) tract drawn by Mordecai Howard in Houston County; (6) Lot 257 in the 2nd District of Coweta County, drawn by Walton P. Hill; (7) lot drawn by John Hardeman in Appling County; (8) lot in Wilkinson County by the heirs of Noah Hill; (9) lot in Irwin

    728 Oglethorpe County, Georgia, Deed Book L, p. 289. Wm. W. Baldwin, J.I.C. Recorded 9 September 1825.
    729 Oglethorpe County, Georgia, Deed Book L, p. 355. Test: James Gillispie, Wm. W. Baldwin, J.I.C. Recorded 12 April 1826.
    730 Oglethorpe County, Georgia, Deed Book M, p. 80. Proved by Isaac Hardeman, 10 April 1827, James Gillespie, J.I.C. Recorded 17 May 1827.
    731 Oglethorpe County, Georgia, Deed Book M, p. 81. Witnesses: Isaac Hardeman, James Gillespie, J.I.C.
    732 Oglethorpe County, Georgia, Deed Book M, p. 115. Witnesses: George Mealor and Reuben Echols, J.P. Recorded 9 August 1827.