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David Williams of St. Marks Parish, South Carolina

compiled by Adrina S. Womack
Womack, Andrina S. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Charlotte, North Carolina : Catawba, c2007
452 p, [75] p. of plates. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, ports.

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David Williams was born in about 1724 in St. Marks Parish, Clarendon County, South Carolina. He married Catherine in about 1751 and they had four children. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia and Texas.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Includes Alford, Anderson, Archer, Argo, Bonner, Brown, Caperton, Caraway, Chambers, Chambliss, Delaney, Funderbunk, Gandy, Hamilton, Hart, Horton, Kirven, Linder, McBride, McFaddin, Rhode, Smothers, Taylor, Tidwell, Tomlinson, Truluck, Wilborne, Wilson, Witherspoon, Womack and related families.

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