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American ancestry of Pryor Williams, an 1817 pioneer of Lawrence County, Indiana

Ben F. Dixon

American ancestry of Pryor Williams, an 1817 pioneer of Lawrence County, Indiana

the story of a Quaker heritage

by Ben F. Dixon

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Published in San Diego, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Williams family.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Ben F. Dixon and Alice L. (Dwelle) Dixon.
    ContributionsDixon, Alice Louise Dwelle, 1891- joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.W72 1959
    The Physical Object
    Pagination18 l.
    Number of Pages18
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5968561M
    LC Control Number65070303
    OCLC/WorldCa9703226

    Early Black Settlements by County. February, 9, , Book A, La Porte County, Indiana County Clerk’s Office, Courthouse. U.S. Census, Population Schedules of the Sixth Census of the United States. Accessed J there were a large number of African American pioneers. The Gibson County census lists 45 free blacks in. William Wesley Williams was born on month day , at birth place, Tennessee, to William Harvey Williams and Josie Ann Williams (born Hickerson). William was born on September 16 , in Hillsboro, Tennessee, United States. Josie was born on March 2 , in Coffee, Tennessee.


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American ancestry of Pryor Williams: an pioneer of Lawrence County, Indiana: the story of a Quaker heritage: John Belman, Pasquotank County, N.C., Garrett Gibson, Cocke County, Tennessee, Abraham Kern, Bucks County, Penna., Jacob Overman of Pasquotank, Samuel Pike of Pasquotank, Richard Williams, Philadelphia, Penna., Robert Wilson.

American Ancestry of Pryor Williams, Pioneer of Lawrence County, Indiana, the Story of a Quaker Heritage () Five Generations of American Dwelles, a Family History for Descendants of Lemuel Dwelle and Lavina Francisco, Pioneers of New York and Michigan () Rachel Williams Adamson and Her Hoosier Clan, Four Generations of a Lawrence County, Indiana "First Family" () Captain Isaac Williams.

Captain Isaac Williams and His Grandchildren Pioneers of Lawrence County, Indiana By Ben & Alice Dixon RICHARD WILLIAMS Son of Captain Isaac Wi1liams and Amelia Gibson Born AugSevier County, Tenn.

Died AugLawrence co., Indiana. Descendants of another Isaac Williams of Indiana have claimed the signature on the Memorial to Congress (p. 17). Their claim may be valid. There were at least, beforein the same general region of Southern Indiana, three apparently unrelated pioneers named Isaac Williams.

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