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Jim Hardman (#47071613)
 member for 5 years, 9 months, 12 days
Lydia Young Noll
Hardman family connection
Hello Jim, I think you knew my mother, Etajoe Gilliland and grandmother, Eva Hardman Gilliland. I am enjoying tracing our family history and came across your pictures. Thank you for the pictures!

Lydia

Added by Lydia Young Noll on Aug 08, 2012 6:55 PM

Ann Brannon
Joyce Hardman in Marshall Cemetery
Jim.... I am doing some research on the Old Marshall Cemetery and saw your listing for Joyce Smith Hardman. How did she get to Marshall after Naman died in 1870? How were you able to locate the unmarked grave? Do you know of any others in that plot?

Thanks for your help.

Ann Brannon
Marshall, Texas

Added by Ann Brannon on Jul 17, 2012 2:48 PM

Dixie Home Georgia
Hardman, Clouds Creek
Jim, thank You so much for your message and all of your efforts for "Our" families. That is wonderful about your coming out here to Georgia and what all you did at Clouds Creek. You are right, from what I have read, everyone there are very good people.
I will talk with you soon, I have been writing much about the Willingham and Hardman Families.
Cindy R.

Added by Dixie Home Georgia on Feb 08, 2010 7:22 PM

bioengineer
RE: WS Hardman
Jim,

Like you, I don't understand the statement on Dr. Hardman's discharge papers.

I will keep looking for evidence that he served the Confederacy in a medical capacity. If you find any more information on him, I hope you will share it with me.

Many thanks,

Terry

Added by bioengineer on Feb 08, 2010 10:47 AM

bioengineer
RE: CSA Physician
Jim,

Thank you for your note. I checked about 40 medical School alumni catalogues and 4 U.S. medical directories from the 19th century, but could not find Dr. Wesley Smith Hardman. Therefore I assume he received his medical training from a preceptor. I did find him in the 1860 U. S.Census as a physician practicing medicine in Fannin Co, TX. (He is indexed as W. S. Hardiman.) His Confederate Compiled Service Record shows him as a private with the 2nd TX Cavalry State Troops, but I could find no mention of his serving as a physician - only a claim that he was exempt because he was a physician. After the Civil War he appears to have worked mainly as a farmer. Do you think he actually used his medical trainig with the 2nd TX Cavalry or some other Confederate unit/hospital?

Regards,

F. Terry Hambrecht, M.D.
Senior Technical Advisor to the
National Museum of Civil War Medicine

Added by bioengineer on Feb 08, 2010 10:07 AM

Dixie Home Georgia
Uriah Hardman, georgia
Hello, I'm glad you addded this, I am a 5th great-grandaughter of Jesse Willingham and Frances Hardman/Hardeman, sister of Uriah. There were many in this family who did attend Clouds Creek. I have not been there, it is on the other side of the State. I asume there are others in this family buried there.
Thank You, Cindy Rambeau

Added by Dixie Home Georgia on Jan 28, 2010 8:12 AM

Wanda H
Hardman Family
My husband is descended from Uriah -
Uriah
Samuel Berry Hardman
Lenard J. Hardman
Chesley S. A. Hardman
James Richard Hardman
William Ted Hardman
William Ronal Hardman (my husband)

We have been researching the Hardman family since 1991 and we have information to share.

We know all about the Virginia, South Carolina and Georgia Hardmans; however, we don't know very much about those that went to Texas.

Hope to hear from you soon!
Wanda Hardman
wanda30@windstream.net

Added by Wanda H on Jul 04, 2009 1:04 PM

 
 

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