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The Hardeman impact on early Texas history

Francis W. Wilson
Wilson, Francis W. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
Luling, Texas : F.W. Wilson, c1986
162 p. : facsims., maps, ports.
0961921501

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Includes index.

Includes Burleson, Perkins, Polk, Fentress, Viser, Keese, Folts and other related families.

History of the Hardeman family from Bolivar, Hardeman Co., Tennessee, which settled in Matagorda, Texas in 1835. They were descendants of Thomas Hardeman (1750-1833), originally from Albermarle Co., Virginia and who was married to Mary Perkins (1754-1798) and Susannah Perkins (1750-1815). He was a descendant of Thomas Hardeman, a cooper from England or Wales who settled in Virginia before 1660.

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