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    61. Robert Vines3Hardeman (John2, John1), was born 26 April 1800, Oglethorpe County, Georgia, died 19 May 1871, Jones County, Georgia. He married 1 March 1826, Putnam County, Georgia, to Elizabeth C. Henderson,746 born 3 March 1804, Warren County, Georgia, died 16 June 1892, Vineville, Georgia. They are buried in Clinton Methodist Cemetery on Old Highway 18 in Clinton, Jones County, Georgia.747 Mrs. Elizabeth C. Hardeman moved from Jones County, to Macon, Bibb County, in 1872, to live with her son, Isaac Hardeman.748
    On 16 April 1822 in Oglethorpe County, Georgia, Mortgage: Moses Wilkes is indebted to Robert V. Hardeman for $434.28. Security: two negroes, one of whom was Venus.749
    Captain Hardiman of Jones County was elected Colonel in 1836. Captain V. Hardeman fought against the Creeks.750
    Robert V. Hardeman served in the Georgia State Senate in 1845 from Jones County, Georgia. He was also judge of the Ocmulgee Circuit.

    746 Putnam County, Georgia, Marriage: Robert Hardaman to Elizabeth C. Henderson, 1 March 1826.
    747 Tombstones in Clinton Methodist Cemetery, Clinton, Jones County, Georgia: Robert V. Hardeman, born 26 April 1800, died 19 May 1871. Elizabeth C. Hardeman, born 3 March 1804, died 16 June 1892, wife of Robt. V. Hardeman.
    748 Atlanta Constitution, 17 June 1892. Death of Mrs. Hardeman. Macon, 16 June. Mrs. Elizabeth C. Hardeman, widow of the late Judge R. V. Hardeman and mother of Colonel Isaac Hardeman of this city, died this evening at 7 o’clock at the residence of her son in Vineville. Mrs. Hardeman was born in Warren County, Georgia, in 1804. She was a Miss Henderson, married R. V. Hardeman afterwards a judge of Ocmulgee Circuit who died thirty years ago. Deceased came to Macon in 1872 with her son Isaac Hardeman. Leaves four sons: Isaac Hardeman and R. V. Hardeman of Macon, John H. Hardeman of Haddocks and Thomas Hardeman of Jefferson County. Body will be shipped to Clinton for internment.
    749 Oglethorpe County, Georgia, Deed Book K, p. 209. Test: Nathaniel H. Smith, Mason Walker, J.P. Recorded 22 April 1822.
    750 Columbus Enquirer, Columbus, Muscogee County, Georgia, 3 June 1836 issue.