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    79. Thomas4Hardeman (Nicholas Perkins3, Thomas2, John1), was born 6 July 1799, Davidson County, Tennessee, died 16 September 1836,777 Williamson County, Tennessee.778 He married first, 27 December 1820, Williamson County, to Ann Green Perkins,779 born circa 1803, died March 1826, Franklin, Williamson County.780 He married second, 26 August 1830, Williamson County, to Bethenia Hardin Perkins,781 born 13 February 1811, died 10 August 1866, buried Rest Haven Cemetery, Williamson County, Tennessee.782
    Ann Green Perkins was the daughter of Nicholas Tate Perkins who died intestate in Williamson County, Tennessee, 4 August 1843.783
    Thomas Hardeman lived in Williamson County, Tennessee, in 1830.784 He was clerk of the Williamson County Court until his death is 1836.
    In Williamson County, Tennessee, from 1848 to 1851, Franklin Hardeman was guardian of Sarah E., William D., and Thomasella Hardeman, minor heirs of Thomas Hardeman, deceased.
    The estate of Nicholas Pryor Perkins had sold land in trust to Thomas Hardeman in 1829. Hardeman died in 1836 with the land still in his estate leaving children: Anna Hardeman (Mrs. James Sessions) of Mississippi,

    777 National Banner, 19 September 1836, issue: Col. Thomas Hardeman, age 37, died Williamson County, Tennessee, 16th September.
    778 Williamson County, Tennessee, Minute Book 14, p. 276 and 279. 1836, Thomas Hardeman, deceased. Widow: Bethenia H. Hardeman. Administrator: William Hardeman. Security: D. Hardeman.
    779 Whitley, Williamson County, Tennessee, Marriages 1804-1850, p. 80. Thomas Hardeman, Jr. to Ann Green Perkins, 27 December 1820. Bondsman: Aaron V. Brown.
    780 National Banner, 17 March 1826, issue: Mrs. Ann Hardeman, age 23, wife of Thomas Hardeman, Esq., died at Franklin.
    781 Whitley, Williamson County, Tennessee, Marriages 1804-1850, p. 80. Thomas Hardeman to Bethenia H. Perkins, 26 August 1830. Bondsman: John Marshall.
    782 Tombstone, Rest Haven Cemetery, Williamson County, Tennessee: Bethania H. Figuers, born 13 February 1811, died 10 August 1866.
    783 Williamson County, Tennessee, Minute Book 15, p. 271. Nicholas Tate Perkins, Sr., deceased. Died intestate, 4 August 1843. One of his heirs was Ann Green Perkins, deceased (Mrs. Thomas Hardeman, Jr.). Her children were: Ann Hardeman and Nicholas W. Hardeman.
    784 1830 U.S. Census, Middle Tennessee, Williamson County, p. 257. Thomas Hardeman.