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William families, descendants, and neighbors., 1125-2001

Melton P. Meek
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
Lawton, Oklahoma : M.P. Meek, 2001
7 v. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.


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Roger Williams was christened 15 December 1625 in St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England. His parents were Shadrach Williams and Ann Pinner. His father's parents were James Williams and Alice Pemberton. Roger married Joan and they emigrated and settled in Rappahannock County, Virginia. Ancestors, descendants and relatives lived mainly in Wales, England and Virginia.

Includes bibliographical references.

Each volume is indexed.

Contents: v. 1. Sir Guyon le Gaunt to James Williams of Trying Magna, England -- v. 2. Roger Williams, Rappahannock Co. Va. -- v. 3. Roger Williams, Colonel Thomas Williams, Henry and Ann Lightfoot Williams, Henry and Isabel Williams -- v. 4. Descendants of Henry Williams, Jr. and Isabel, descendants of John and Eve Williams -- v. 5. John Williams and Mary of Rappahannock County -- v. 6. Neighbors of Williams families in Rappahannock County -- v. 7. Lightfoot genealogy, includes Slaughter family.

Includes Audley, Ball, Barrington, Bechinoe, Cain, Carter, Chappell, Cromwell, Debord, Dobyns, Dodson, Downman, Dyer, English, Fauntleroy, Glascock, Greenham, Hammond, Harris, Hightower, Ivy, Jesper, Jones, Kincheloe, Lawson, McMath, McPherson, Meek, Miskell, Oldham, Sallis, Settle, Stanley, Talley, Tune, Walker, Wells and related families.

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