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Re: Nicholas P. Hardeman
Posted by: Caroline Nadell (ID *****8171) Date: June 29, 2002 at 21:11:21
In Reply to: Nicholas P. Hardeman by Alma.L.Hicks of 1168

Some whim made me come over to the Williamson County board, after I had been reading and posting on the Meador board all day. The name Nicholas P. Hardeman just leaped off the page at me, as I had just read the following:

George Parham (who was the father-in-law of Joseph R. Meador) bought from N. P. Hardenman on May 4, 1812, 103 acres for $800 on Murfee's Fork of the West Harpeth river. It was part of Hugh Leepers preemption, and was bounded by James Nully's corner, now Mr. Hadley's, which stand on the north side of the Beaver spring. Mr. Hadley was Ambrose Hadley, brother-in-law of George Parham.

That might not help you in any way, but I hope that it will.

Good luck!

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