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John Williams (1745-1792), Onslow County, NC : descendants of his sons Hopkins Williams, (1790-1866), Stephen Decatur Williams (1775-1862), Duplin County, NC

compiled and edited by A. Kellon Maready
Maready, Kellon (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
[Chinquapin, North Carolina] : A.K. Maready, 1997
viii, 287 p. : geneal. tables

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John Williams (ca. 1745-1792) of Onslow County, North Carolina married Cloe Wilder, daughter of Hopkins Wilder, ca. 1768. She died ander 1804 in Duplin Co., North Carolina. Descendants lived in North Carolina, Texas and elsewhere.

Includes index.

Includes Lanier, Cavenaugh, Kennedy, Jackson, Albertson, Aldridge, Andrews, Atkinson, Aycock, Ball, Batchelor, Batts, Bishop, Blanton, Bostic, Brinson, Brown, Bryan, Cottle, Creel, Cunningham, Dail, Davis, Edwards, English, Evans, Farrior, Fountain, Futrell, Godley, Griffin, Hollingsworth, Horne, Houston, Howard, Hunter, Jackson, Jones, Maready, Marshburn, Mercer, Miller, Mobley, Outlaw, Parker, Paul, Penny, Powell, Quinn, Rackley, Raynor, Register, Sanderson, Sandlin, Sholar, Smith, Southerland, Sumner, Thigpen, Thomas, Turner, Vann, Walker, Wells, Whaley, Williams, Wilson, Wood, Zappulla and related families.

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