Alma, I decided to check Genealogy Library online to see what I could find. You probably have this, but here goes:
From Early Tennessee Settlers 1700s-1900s (Bible and/or tombstone inscriptions):
Nicholas Perkins Hardeman 1772-1818.
From Military Records: Virginia in the Revolution and War of 1812 (VA Soldiers of 1776, Vols. I, II, and III, p 376):
LIEUTENANT ALBERT RUSSELL
Albert Russell is entitled to addional land allowed a captain of the Contl. line for eleven months service more than six years. Council Chamber, aug. 5, 1808. Samuel Coleman, Clerk.
Rec'd. warrant 5643 for 497 acres for James Russell, James Wood, Atty. "I, Albert Russell, of Williamson County, TN, late a lieutenant in the 8th Virginia Regiment of the Contl. estalbishment, appoint my brother, James Russell of Berklely County, Virginia, my attorney. Acknowledged before James Black and Tristan Patton, Justices of Williamson County, Tenn, 10 Feb. 1809. Attest, Nicholas P. Hardeman. Clerk of Court. Recorded book 2, page 650, Va. L. Off.
I guess the only thing you learn from that is that N. P. Hardeman was Clerk of Court in Williamson County in 1809.
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