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The Elisha Williams Sr. family in Bath County, Virginia, 1707-1878

chart by Geo. R. Williams
Williams, George R. (Main Author)
Pedigree Chart/Pedigree Chart on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1991
on 1 microfilm reel : chiefly geneal. tables ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm made of 1 pedigree chart and 1 family group record (2 leaves) donated by Geo. R. Williams, kennewick, Washington.

Elisha Williams Sr. (1735-1812) was a son of Thomas Williams (1702- ca.1750) of Prince Georges County, Maryland. Elisha Sr. married Ann Swearingen, and settled first in Montgomery County, Maryland. They moved in 1779 to Frederick County, Virginia, and in 1797 to Bath County, Virginia. Includes descendants and relatives to 1878 in Maryland, Virginia, Ohio and elsewhere. The family group record for the Elisha Williams and Ann Swearingen family contains vicarious temple ordinance data between 1946 and 1948.

Includes Bethel, Bruffy, Carson, Coberly, Crutchfield, Davis, Gillaspie, Hughart, Pitman, Sexton, Stewart, Stonestreet, Swearingen (Van Swearingen) and related families.

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