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Ancestors and de[s]cendants of Charles Preston Williams and Nancy Tisdale Williams

Ancestors and descendants of Charles Preston Williams and Nancy Tisdale Williams
compiled by Lawrence R. Fanning
Columbia, South Carolina : L.R. Fanning, 1971
42, [3] leaves


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Charles Preston Williams (1865-1929), the tenth child of John Lee Williams and Sarah Riley, was born in Georgia. He was married to Nancy Tisdale (1856-1937) in 1887. She was the daughter of William H. Tisdale and his third wife, Mary Seals. Charles and Nancy Williams were parents of five children. Includes the other children of John Lee Williams and Sarah Riley and some of their descendants. John Lee Williams (1819-1893), son of Samuel Williams and his first wife, Elizabeth, was born and reared in Barnwell County, South Carolina. He was married to Sarah Ann Elizabeth Riley (1825-1906) in 1843. They had eleven children. The family moved from South Carolina to Georgia about 1854/56. Descendants live in Georgia, South Carolina and elsewhere.

Includes index.

Includes Meeks, Oats, Greenway, Fanning and allied families.


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