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This page was last updated on 18 June 1999.

Stephen Williams

Stephen Williams and Nancy Clemens/Clemmons, natives of Virginia, were married in Rowan County, North Carolina in 1816.  Their children seem to have been born in Rowan County.  They appear to be living in Surry County in 1840.

The children of Stephen and Nancy (Clemens) Williams:  Williamson (1818), Jeanna, Tabitha, Nicholas (1826), and Mary.

First Generation

Williamson Williams (1818-1899) married Ruth.  They were in the 1840 and 1850 Surry County, North Carolina censuses.  They moved to Johnson County, Missouri in 1871.  He is buried in Rock Springs Cemetery, Holden, Johnson County, Missouri.

The children of Williamson and Ruth Williams:  James D. (1838), Louisa Elizabeth (1844), and Nicholas (1846).

Jeanna Williams born in North Carolina.  Died before 1882.

Tabitha Williams born in North Carolina.  Died after 1882.

Nicholas Christian Williams (1826-1899) was born in Rowan County, North Carolina.  He married Catherine Belinda Martin in 1848 in Surry County, North Carolina.  They were in the 1850 census of Surry County, North Carolina.  They were probably living in the portion of Surry County that became Yadkin County in 1850 because their second child was born in 1851 in Yadkin County, North Carolina.  They went to Johnson County, Missouri in 1851, Hardin County, Iowa in 1863, and that portion of Columbia County which  later became Garfield County, Washington in 1873.  Ten of their eleven children went to Washington with them.  He was in the Civil War.  He is buried in Pataha Flat Cemetery, Garfield County, Washington.

The children of Nicholas Christian and Catherine Belinda (Martin) Williams:  Sarah Ann (1849), Rutha Jane (1851), John Moffit (1853), Nancy Permelia (1854), Daniel Buchannon (1856), Sanford Franklin (1859), Margaret Catherine (1861), Jasper Ellsworth (1865), Mary Delancy (1867), Mettie Rhodema (1870), and Luther Nicholas (1872).

Mary Williams was born in North Carolina.  She died after 1882.

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