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VARDAMAN /Halsel (l)/
He & Temperance were last seen on the 1850 Cenus for Harris Co, TX - re: Carolyn Carter Johnson: email@example.com
4/2/2001 - From Don Halsell and Bill (Wm. Treymane) Halsell letter -
Some of the HALSELL's who moved west around 1850 or so continued using just one "L" at the end of their name. Vardiman was one of these. Also, in Texas, the HALSELL name is frequently associated w/ that of EWING & WAGGONER. See the book: ---"A Ranching Saga" ---that contains a lot of information about this branch of the family. Ewing Halsell paid a college professor to write it, and had copies put in most Texas libraries. This book should still be available in Texas, or can be purchased at Amazon.com.
Vardiman Halsell. He was born ca 1782 in Tennessee. He married Temperance Faulk ca 1812. They were on the Montg Co TN census 1820 and 1830; they had moved to Texas and were on the census there in Harris Co 1850.
Temperance's brother, Orran, left a will in Claiborne Co,
MS Will Bk A p121, which names his full siblings; Achsah(Aney), Temperance,
Alfred, and Wilson. He also refers to three half sisters recently married.
This will is dated 26 Oct 1820 and the marriage of Aney or Axey or whatever
spelling you interpret to John Marlow is found in Marriages of Sumner Co Tn
1787-1827 p9. Their only child of which I am aware is Stephen born abt 1805 in
Sumner Co Tn. I have not discovered Aney's mothers name. You suggest it is
Martha. Would that be William's 1st or 2nd wife: Do you know how these other
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Vardaman by comparing test results with other carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known yDNA or mtDNA test-takers in his direct paternal or maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Vardaman: