I am a descendant of Henry Harrison Foreman and Eliza Ann Masterson (both b. 1813, m.1835 Mt Sterling, KY and d. 1907 and 1904 in Independence, Montgomery, KS).Their youngest daughter who died in 1952 left her only daughter with info used by a cousin in 1968 to make a family list for members of the family.Henry and Eliza had 13 children.
The family list shows parents of Henry Harrison as Hamilton Foreman b. 14 Dec 1782 m. Priscilla Spurgeon b. 6 Aug 1785. Their children are listed as Garrett b. 22 Sep 19096; William b. 17 Sept 1808; Betsy b. Sept 1808 m. Henry Conley; Wesley b. 1813 d. 19 Aug 1886; Elizabeth b. 22 Dec 1815; Samuel b. Sept 1819 m. Elizabeth b. 22 Dec 1815; Joseph b. 19 May 1817; Mary Ann b. 27 Apr 1821 m. Hiram Sheffield; Richard Sterand b. 27 May 1824 and our Henry Harrison b. 21 Jam 1813 d. 26 Dec 1907 wed in 1835 to Eliza Ann Masterson b. 14 Feb 1813 d. 1904 dtr of Aaron Masterson.
The list also showed Rev. William Forman m. Elizabeth Allen and was the father of Hamilton. (Rev William's father listed as John, mother Mary and their children are listed as well) This info (done before the internet came into being) has checked out to be pretty correct in the research and correspondence I have had with others.
I have been unable to get physical proof of Hamilton and Priscilla as parents of my Henry to this date (needed for DAR), but believe it to be so.
ALSO, NOTICED YOUR REQUEST FOR INFO ON BURIAL IN NASHVILLE of your Bazel.Have you found it yet?There is a cemetery in Franklin, TN just south of Nashville where a lot of civil war soldiers were buried.I have passed it, but never been inside.I do not know if a list of the burials there exists, but the battle was along that highway for a good many miles!