Contributed by Bobby Shandrew (deceased).
First Generation 1. David WILLIAMSON - I was born about 1760 in Scotland?. He died 16 May 1819 in Jessamine County, Kentucky. A. Extracted from 'History of Fayette County, Kentucky' p. 391 "The Eastern Lunatic Asylum founded in 1816, under the name of the 'Fayette Hospital' was the first institution of the kind established in the Western country, and probably the second State Asylum opened in the United States ... Andrew McCalla was assisted by many other citizens of like character, and all of them were incorporated early in 1816, under the name of The Contributors to the Fayette Hospital. The names of these contributors are: ... David WIlliamson ..." B. Extracted from 'Kentucky Court of Appeals Deed Books' Volume I, p. 83 "Indenture, September 26, 1794, Thomas Carneal of Kentucky to David Ross of Virginia for 5000 Spanish milled dollars, a tract of land in Fayette County, Kentucky, on the head waters of the north fork of Elkhorn Creek, beginning at Boyd's west corner and thence south, bounded by Christian, containing 939 3/4 acres as will appear by the original grant dated Jun 1, 1784. Witnessed by ... David Williamson, ... Recorded Kentucky Court of Appeals September 25, 1797." C. Extracted from 'The History of Pioneer Lexington 1779-1806', Charles R. Staples, p. 247 1. "On August 2 (1806), the Gazeteer says, ... Up to this period of the growth of the Town of Lexington, there had been distinct grocery stores but such commodities were sold along with general merchandise. During August of this year, David Williamson first began to advertise himself as a 'Grocer' and was followed the next year by several others." 2. "On October 6, 1806 the Gazeteer announces ... On the same date, David Williamson advertised 'his store for groceries on Mill street, next door but one to Mr. Craig's, and nearly opposite Mr. Gray's store." D. Extracted from 'The Kentucky Gazette 1801-1820 Genealogical and Historical Abstracts' Karen Mauer Green, p. 285. "David Williamson formerly merchant of Lexington KY died 6 May 1819 in Jessamine Co KY" E. Undated journal entry (ca 1819) "On motion the administration of the estate of David Williamson dec'd is granted to Susannah WIlliamson widow and relict of said decedant who thereupon took the oath prescribed by law and executed bond with Joseph W. Bryson and Robert Kinkaid re securities in the penalty of six hundred dollars conditional according to law." F. Source for Name, Death and Deathplace from 'Obit, Kentucky Gazette #22 Vol V 28 May 1819 Vol XXXIII. David married (1) Sousannah BRYSON. Sousannah was born about 1780. She died 27 Jun 1850 in Woodford County, Kentucky. A. Extracted from 'THE KENTUCKY GAZETTE 1801-1820 Genealogical and Historical Abstracts by Karen Mauer Green, page 310.' "Number 432, Volume VI, Thursday, 16 October 1820, Volume XXXIV, article regarding suits in Fayette Circuit Court, September term . . Susanna WILLIAMSON vs. Philip White, Abraham Brown and James TALIAFERO and Elizabeth his wife." [Note - Elizabeth Maria Boyd TALIAFERO nee WILLIAMSON is Sousannah's daughter. Sousannah's husband David WILLIAMSON I died 6 May 1819 in Jessamine County - bws] B. Extracted from 'Kentucky Vital Statistics Record of Wills in Woodford County Kentucky for the Period of Years 1788 to 1851 inclusive' compiled by Annie Walker Burns Bell, Seat Pleasant, MD, August 1933; page 33. " Williamson, Sousannah. Page 470. Book N. Executor, Robert Kinkead. Trustee, Daniel Stevenson of Brown County, Indiana (sic). Wm B Owen. Executor Robert Kinkead. 6-27-1850. Witness;J B Kinkead, Samuel Scott. Probated Aug 1850." C. WILL "In the name of God Amen I Susannah Williamson of the County of Woodford and State of Kentucky being weak in body but of sound mind and disposing memory do make and publish this as my last will and testament hereby revoking all wills by myself heretofore made. After the payment of my debts and funeral expenses I desire my property of every description real personal and mixed of which I may be possessed and interested in at the time of my death to pass to Robert Kinkead for the following named purposes to be held by him in Trust therefore he the said Kinkead is to hire my negroes from year to year rent out any real estate I may have or any interest I may in real estate from year to year to reduce all my notes bonds & (?Choses?) in Action to cash this together with what moneys I may have at the time of my death I desire him to lease out as he may think most advantageous And out of the proceeds derived from the above sources he is to pay DAVID WILLIAMSON of Brown County Illinois One Hundred Dollars that being as much as I feel able to give my son the said David Williamson After the payment of this legacy of one hundred dollars it is my desire that the said Kinkead shall from time to time as he may think proper and divide equally between my sons ROBERT WILLIAMSON and WILLIAM B WILLIAMSON both of the county of Woodford and state of Kentucky remainder of said assets and continually so to divide at such time as he may think necessary and proper the assets derived thereafter from said sources I desire that after the death of said ROBERT T WILLIAMSON or WILLIAM B WILLIAMSON the survivors of either ROBERT or WILLIAM shall receive the others portion of said assets I authorize and impower my executor to at any time he may deem it advisable and proper to sell and convey my negroes and real estate or interest in real estate I may have and direct that the proceeds arising from said sale shall be held by the trustees of ROBERT and WILLIAM WILLIAMSON herein provided for the same terms and conditions and for the same purposes as herein designated I appoint my friend Robert Kinkaid executor of this my last will and testament In testimony of the above I have hereby set my hand and seal this 27th day of Jun 1850" D. Listed in census of 1830 for Woodford County, Kentucky, living alone. REBBECA B (MOON) BRYSON (possible sister-in-law) also listed on same page. David and Sousannah had the following children: + 2 F i. Elizabeth Maria Boyd WILLIAMSON was born 16 Jan 1800 and died 23 Apr 1850. + 3 M ii. David WILLIAMSON -II was born 4 Jul 1804 and died 12 Jan 1868. 4 M iii. William B WILLIAMSON was born about 1805 in Fayette County, Kentucky. He died 12 Jan 1868 in Cooperstown, Brown County, Illinois and was buried in DeWitt Cemetery, Cooperstown, Brown County, Illinois. 5 M iv. Robert T WILLIAMSON was born about 1807 in Fayette County, Kentucky. Second Generation 2. Elizabeth Maria Boyd WILLIAMSON was born 16 Jan 1800 in Fayette County, Kentucky. She died 23 Apr 1850 in Catahoula Parish, Louisiana and was buried in Alexander Cem, Manifest, Catahoula Parish, Louisiana. Elizabeth married (1) James Govan TALIAFERRO, son of Zachariahs TALIAFERRO and Sarah M WARWICK on 1 May 1819 in Lexington, Fayette Co, Kentucky. James was born 28 Sep 1798 in Amherst County, Virginia. He died 13 Oct 1876 in Catahoula Parish, Louisiana. They had the following children: 6 M i. James Govan Jr TALIAFERRO was born about 1820 in Catahoula Parish, Louisiana. 7 M ii. John Quincy ADAMS TALIAFERRO was born 24 Aug 1820 in Catahoula Parish, Louisiana. He died 9 Jul 1847 in Catahoula Parish, Louisiana and was buried in Alexander Cem, Manifest, Catahoula Parish, Louisiana. 8 M iii. Zacharias II TALIAFERRO was born 3 Jul 1821 in Catahoula Parish, Louisiana. He died 30 Sep 1824 in Catahoula Parish, Louisiana and was buried in Alexander Cem, Manifest, Catahoula Parish, Louisiana. 9 F iv. Susan B TALIAFERRO was born 20 Aug 1825 in Catahoula Parish, Louisiana. She died 25 Jul 1888 in Catahoula Parish, Louisiana and was buried in Alexander Cem, Manifest, Catahoula Parish, Louisiana. 10 M v. S. Butler TALIAFERRO was born 7 Nov 1825 in Catahoula Parish, Louisiana. He died 7 Apr 1837 in Catahoula Parish, Louisiana and was buried in Alexander Cem, Manifest, Catahoula Parish, Louisiana. 11 M vi. WILLIAMSON TALIAFERRO was born 9 Jul 1829 in Catahoula Parish, Louisiana. He died 12 Sep 1831 in Catahoula Parish, Louisiana and was buried in Alexander Cem, Manifest, Catahoula Parish, Louisiana. 12 M vii. Robert W TALIAFERRO was born 17 May 1831 in Catahoula Parish, Louisiana. He died 17 Aug 1894 in Catahoula Parish, Louisiana and was buried in Alexander Cem, Manifest, Catahoula Parish, Louisiana. 13 M viii. Henry Bullard TALIAFERRO was born about 1835 in Catahoula Parish, Louisiana. He died about 1919. 14 M ix. William TALIAFERRO was born about 1836 in Catahoula Parish, Louisiana. 15 F x. Elizabeth Ann Maria Beatrice TALIAFERRO was born about 1838 in Catahoula Parish, Louisiana. She died about Oct 1884 and was buried in Alexander Cem, Manifest, Catahoula Parish, Louisiana. 3. David WILLIAMSON -II was born 4 Jul 1804 in Fayette County, Kentucky. He died 12 Jan 1868 in Cooperstown, Brown County, Illinois and was buried in DeWitt Cemetery, Cooperstown, Brown County, Illinois. A. 1830 census for Northern Louisiana 1-1-0-0-1-0-1-0-0-0-0-0-0 ((Note - In 1830 Fed Census for Catahoula Parish LA, page 223, Lived next door to James MASTERS, probable in-law.))) B. State of IL Archives div Public domain sales land tract record listing (04/26/84) page 29037 Name of Purchaser and Rec-ID # WILLIAMSON David 283304/283305; Sale Type FD; Description SENE & SESW; Section/Twp/Rng 11/02S/02W & 01/02S/02W 005 Brown; Meridian 4; Acres Bought 40/40; Price per acre 1.25; Total price 50/50; Date Purchased 02-12-1836(Feb); Archived Vol & Page 700-013/700-011 C. Point of interest - Name of Purchaser WILLIAMSON WILLIAM D. 581455; SaleType MT; Description SW17386; Section/Twp/Rng 33/01S/04W 005 Brown; Meridian 4; Acres Bought 160; Price per acre - blank; Total Price WARRANT; Date purchased 6-6-1818; Archives Vol/Page 802457/ D. 6 Sep 1824 Buy 100 acres on the Waters of the Bushley on which Joseph R Carter now resides and where Benj. Cochran now lives at the upper end of the E. Extracted from 'History of Brown County, Illinois' Stevens Publishing, Astoria Illinois 1972 p. 274 "DEWITT CEMETERY - SW 1/4 Section 26 It is an old burial ground mostly of relatives of Martin DeWitt . . ." David married (1) Lourena MASTERS about 1822 in Catahoula Parish, Louisiana. Lourena was born 8 Jul 1806 in Pennsylvania. She died 11 May 1848 in Cooperstown, Brown County, Illinois. The following letter from Robt II to W.D. WILLIAMSON is abstracted due to its rich genealogical description of the WILLIAMSON Family. There are some historic errors but this letter serves as a 'pointer' for much of the research on this very colorful family. "My dear Nephew, W.D. Williamson:14 July 1910 Yours of May 27 was received in due . . . . .(((health & welfare)) Well, I will stop on that subject and proceed to give a history of my family as by your request. And my history is your history. My grandfather on my fathers side was a Scotchman, coming to Kentucky. As a boy he grew up and married a Miss Susan BRYSON. To this union there was born and raised four children: one daughter and three sons. The daughter (the oldest) married a wealthy Cotton Planter of Louisiana and named TALAFARIO, commonly called TALIVER. He was a very prominent man in the forties. Was twice Governor of the State, and one of the Supreme Court Judges most of his life. When the Civil War broke out he took sides with the Union and a detachment of Rebels confiscated all his property and burnt all his property except the home and furniture in which the girls were there sick. The man in Command made them put out the fire to the residence because the girls were there sick in the house and then co! nfiscated all his property and ruined his sewers and let the water ruin one of the finest cotton plantations in the State of Louisiana. One of the old governor's sons hid in the swamps for four weeks to get into the Union Armies and in the Reconstruction of the South. LINCOLN, knowing the fate of the TALAFARIO family, made the old man Chief Justice of the Supreme Court which he held until his death and his son Robert was made Postmaster of New Orleans and his son Boulard was made Circuit Judge of three counties or Parishes as they called them, and David the other son was made a printer. Lincoln put him in charge of a National Paper at New Orleans so Lincoln rewarded all the Talafara family and they held their jobs until their deaths. The old judge had about one hundred slaves and by a worthy proclamation he freed them all before (original illegible) So much for my father's oldest sister and her family. My grandfather was a large wholesale merchant and manufacturer in LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY and by understanding and spreading out he found himself embarrassed and in an hour of despondency he put a pistol in his mouth and blew his head off. Leaving my grandmother ((Susan BRYSON)) with 3 boys under age. She bound my father ((David WILLIAMSON II)) to a tailor, my uncle Robert to a lawyer, and William to a druggist. In those days it was customary to bind their children out. My father ran away at the age of 17 and went to his sister in Louisiana. Where he met and married my mother,((Laurens MASTERS)), very much against the wish of his aristocratic sister. My father was 18 and my mother 15, and his sister disowned him. Her husband (the judge) helped him ((DAVID II)) politically so that he soon got to be high Sheriff of the County. He ((DAVID II))had a family of five small children. He then started for the new territory of Il! linois to which he came and in which he raised a family of 9 children, of which your commented father was one. My uncle Robert my father's brother (for which I was named) made a very prominent lawyer and amassed a large fortune but he branched out in some large venture and became involved in debt and like my grandfather he blew his head off. My uncle Wm. became a prominent druggist but took consumption and suffered 18 years. He traveled nearly all over the world in search of health. He spent 3 years in Illinois with us, but all to no purpose. He went to Kentucky and after being confined to bed 6 months he took poison and ended his miserable life. Neither Him nor Uncle Robert ever married. My mother was of German extraction. Her family moved to Cape Girard, Mo. before we moved to Illinois, and by some means we lost all trace of them and I don't know what ever became of the family. My mother died (I think in 1846) and about 2 years after my father married a young widow with 2 small girl children. She was 3 years and 6 months younger than my oldest brother and only three months older than myself (who was the second child). This marriage broke up and ruined the family. He raised a second family about which I think you know more than I do. I want to mention one thing right here while I think of it that is: my family as far back as I trace them, seems to be fated to make money quick and use it quick. Nearly all of them have made money and been well to do and nearly all died poor. (Does it not seem that the family is fated?) My oldest brother James was married twice. Raised 3 boys and 1 girl by the first wife. They are all in southern Kansas. Don't known much about them. He raised (I believe) 2 boys and 2 girls by the second wife. THe two girls are in Pomona, Los Angeles County, California. Mrs. Julia Walcott, 483 West Center Street. I know she would be glad to get a letter from yhou. THe other is Mrs. Elizabth STUMP. I don't know her street or number. The b! oys are in Kansas but I don't know all the balance of our family. But if you want to know anything else of the family I will be glad to give any information I can. Now as to my own family. My wife (first wife) gave birth to 8 children (all boys). Two still born, 1 died at 13 months old. We raised 5 to be men grown and 4 married. John C, Malhon Newton, George Bond?,Robert Clark and Charlie Neal. The last not married. John the oldest has been dead 3 years. He left a widow and 2 daughters. The oldest is married and has 2 children and lives in Alaska(so I have 2 great grand children). Malhen has 2 children, 1 girl 19 years and 1 boy 8 years. He is member of a large wholesale house doing a great business. He is worth about $100,000. George is running a resturant in this city. Has poor health and very little capital. Robert had a small ranch near town, has just sold it for $20,000 and reserved the house, barn, and 1 acre of land worth about $6,000. I built the house. It and ! the barn cost me over $5,000. He is well fixed. Charlie, my youngest is in the R.R. Office. He gets a salary of $175.00 a month. He is 150 miles north of Sacramento. He sends me $25.00 every month. That is the kind of a boy to have don't you think so? While we never had any girls of our own I have partly raised and married 6 girls from my house. I have played father and given away in marriage 6 orphan girls. I gave all of them good educations and taught them all music. I have done my share in raising orphan girls. I raised one from 18 months to 21 years, and she is now the wife of a wealthy New York merchant. Two of the girls are dead and the balance scattered all over. Only two of them in this state and either one of them would do as much for me as any daughter could do. And well they may for I have been a father to them. My first wife died in 1887. Two of the girls married within 1 year after her death. I married my second wife in 1893. Have no children by the second! wife. She has one son by a former husband. He is a merchant in Yuba City, Sutter County. She is up there now to attend the wedding of her oldest grand daughter. We wrote you last from Wilbut Springs where we went to get rid of rheumatism. I had it for 7 years and wife had the very worse form of sciatic for 2 years. She has suffered 10 thousand deaths and spent hundreds of dollars with doctors, but all failed. We stayed at the Springs 5 weeks and both came home entirely cured. It is marvelous, perfectly wonderful. We are talking of having our pictures taken together and if we do we will send you oneYour Loving Uncle, Robert Love from Wife. David WILLIAMSON ((I)) had 15 children. 6 boys and 3 girls by his first wife. James, Robert, Susan, William Bryson, Clayborn Scott and Richard Masters, Lucindia, Hiram Nei, all are dead. And 6 by his last wife, 3 of them are dead. Ashford, David, Marian, Corlistia, Charlie, Lourania; Ashford and Charlie are dead. The rest live in Illinois. LIEURENNAH/LIEURENNAH David and Lourena had the following children: + 16 M i. James G WILLIAMSON was born about 1825. + 17 M ii. Robert WILLIAMSON was born 1827 and died 29 Oct 1910. + 18 F iii. Susan WILLIAMSON was born 29 Oct 1829 and died 22 Feb 1916. + 19 F iv. Lucinda WILLIAMSON was born about 1836. 20 M v. William Bryson WILLIAMSON was born about 1838 in Versailles, Brown County, Illinois. He died 15 Mar 1910 in Beardstown, Cass County, Illinois. Extracted from 'History of Brown County, Illinois', Stevens Publishing Co Astoria Il , 1972 page 273. "THE CROSS ROADS CHURCH The Cross Raods Church was orhganized in 1867 throught the efforts of W.B. Williamson in Section 32 Cooperstown Township. The log church stood just across the road east from the Cross Roads Cemetery. It was of Union Baptist faith and belonged to the Cooperstown Association until its dissoultion when it became a member of the Sandy Creek Association. ... torn down in 1905. ... ' page 271 COOPERSTOWN CHRISTIAN CHURCH ... Minsisters serving in the present location: Wm. Williamson ... 1904-05 " William married (1) Sarah MONK. Sarah was born about 1838. She died 4 Feb 1912. + 21 F vi. Sara M WILLIAMSON was born about 1839 and died 5 May 1912. 22 M vii. Claborn Scott WILLIAMSON was born about 1840 in Versailles, Brown County, Illinois. He died 31 Mar 1910 in McFall, Gentry County, Missouri. Claborn married (1) Martha Celia MONK on 14 Aug 1858 in Brown County, Illinois. Martha was born 22 Oct 1839. She died 4 Feb 1912. + 23 M viii. Richard Masters WILLIAMSON was born 21 Dec 1842 and died 6 May 1911. + 24 M ix. Iram Nye WILLIAMSON was born 14 Nov 1844 and died 21 Apr 1905. 25 M x. John E WILLIAMSON was born about 1846 in Versailles, Brown County, Illinois. John married (1) Samantha PERKINS. David also married (2) Susan HILL, daughter of Gamaliel HILL and Colista CHILDS on 4 Apr 1849 in Brown County, Illinois. Susan was born 12 Aug 1819 in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky. She died 9 Dec 1912 in Rushville, Schuyler County, Illinois. A. Death Certificate (Registry #2274) furnishes parents names and her date of death. B. Obit contains many factual errors. Does state that she was married to Permenius B Carter and David Williamson II. - Rushville Illinois Times Jan 11, 1912- "Susan Hill was born in Rushville Aug.12th, 1819, and died Dec, 9th 1912 at the home of Mrs. Mary Teeples. She was converted in early childhood and united with the Christian church and lived a devoted christian until death. In the year 1833 she was married to Pear Carter. To this union were born two girls, one of whom is still living in San Antouia,[sic] Texas. Her husband died and she was married to David Williamson in 1839. To this union were born seven children, five boys and two girls, three of whom are living . ... Mr Williamson died forty-six years ago, and after his death she lived among the children, until five years ago, when she became afflicted and went to live with Mrs. Mary Teeples. who cared for her until death. Her death was caused by a paryletic stroke, the third on attacking her a t11 0'clock the night befor her death. She endured all her pains and troubles without a murmur or word of complaint. Her last words were, 'I want to go home to heaven.' ... service! s were conducted Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. by Rev. A.M. Stickney, ... internment in the city cemetery" David and Susan had the following children: + 26 M xi. Ashford Dowden WILLIAMSON was born 8 Apr 1853 and died 17 Oct 1902. + 27 M xii. David WILLIAMSON III was born 16 Feb 1855 and died 6 May 1918. 28 F xiii. Carlista WILLIAMSON was born about 1856 in Versailles, Brown County, Illinois. Carlista married (1) Frank B BELL. 29 M xiv. Francis Marion WILLIAMSON was born about 1858 in Brown County, Illinois. Francis married (1) Lucy Ann BLACK, daughter of William F BLACK and Mary Ann HILL on 6 Jul 1881. Lucy was born 22 Oct 1862 in Rushville, Schuyler County, Illinois. + 30 M xv. Charles W. WILLIAMSON was born about 1864 and died about 1894. 31 F xvi. Rain'ee Lurane WILLIAMSON was born 20 Jan 1867 in Cooperstown, Brown County, Illinois. She died 13 Jun 1904. Rain'ee married (1) George Allen MOORE on 9 Apr 1885. Third Generation 16. James G WILLIAMSON was born about 1825 in Catahoula Parish, Louisiana. James married (1) Hannah LANIER on 14 Apr 1861 in Mt Sterling, Brown County, Illinois. Hannah was born about 1829 in Davidson Co, North Carolina. They had the following children: 32 F i. Sarah Elizabeth WILLIAMSON was born about 1862 in Brown County, Illinois. 33 F ii. Julia E WILLIAMSON was born about 1864 in Brown County, Illinois. 34 M iii. Elihu P WILLIAMSON was born 13 Jan 1867 in Brown County, Illinois. He died Jun 1938. 35 M iv. William Arthur WILLIAMSON was born about 1869 in Brown County, Illinois. James also married (2) Nancy SIX on 25 Dec 1845 in Mt Sterling, Brown County, Illinois. They had the following children: 36 F v. Albortine Limpa WILLIAMSON was born 3 Apr 1851 in Versailles, Brown County, Illinois. She died 7 May 1909 in Shelby County, Missouri and was buried in Concord Cemetery, Shelby County, Missouri. Albortine married (1) George Washington MCELHOE. George was born 1 Jan 1851. He died 21 Nov 1917 in Shelby County, Missouri. 37 M vi. Frederic WILLIAMSON was born about 1853 in Brown County, Illinois. 17. Robert WILLIAMSON was born 1827 in Catahoula Parish, Louisiana. He died 29 Oct 1910 in Sacramento, Sacramento Co, California and was buried 31 Oct 1910 in City Cemetery, Sacramento, Sacramento, California. A. Obit - FUNERAL SERVICES HELD OVER ROBERT WILLIAMSON Funeral services for Robert Williamson, one of the veteran fruit growers of the Sacramento Valley and a founder of the orange industry in this region were held at 10 o'clock to-day [31 Oct 1910] at his home at 1200 O Street. Williamson died last Friday and was 84 years old. He was one of the pioneers who worked his way across this country in the days of 1862. Williamson's history is linked with many an event of interest to the older residents of the city, who can recall the times when the emigrants struggled across the plains. Commencing his career on the Coase as a dealer in fresh fruits and produce in the mining camps, Williamson worked his way into prominence. Some of the interesting chapters of his life are told in a biography in which he recounts the journey across the plains during the Civil War period at a time when it seemed as if Brigham Young of the Mormon Church might become a factor in National politics when the North and South were struggling. His story of how he went to Florida and secured a partnership with a nursery firm, which sent orange trees to him and practically started the fruit growing industry in Superior California, is also told in the volume. Williamson was associated here at one time with W. R. Strong in the nursery and orchard business. He was a native of Louisiana. He leave four children, Mahlon N. RObert C. and George B. Williamson of Sacramento, and Charles N. Williamson of Dunsmuir. Burial was in the City Cemetery. B. DEATH NOTICE WILLIAMSON - In this city,, October 29, 1910. Robert, beloved husband of Martha Williamson, father of (etc), age 84. C. HISTORY OF SACRAMENTO COUNTY Page 293 WILLIAMSON, ROBERT, resides in Sacramento City. He was born in Louisiana in 1827, and in 1833 moved to Illinois. Here he egaged in farming and nursery bnusiness until 1862, and then came to California, where he embarked in nursery and merchandising. He was the founder of the Capital Nursery at Sacramento, and the Orange Hill Nursery, in Placer county of which Williamson & Co. are the owners and he has a one-third interest in the fruit, produce and seed store of W.R.Strong & Co. of Sacramento. In 1853 he married Miss P. M. Crawford, a native of Illinois. They have five sons. Robert married (1) Priscilla M. CRAWFORD on 1853 in Illinois. Priscilla was born in Illinois. She died 13 Nov 1887 in Sacramento, Sacramento, California. They had the following children: 38 M i. John C WILLIAMSON died about 1907. 39 M ii. Mahlon N WILLIAMSON. 40 M iii. Robert C WILLIAMSON died 5 Nov 1953 in Sacramento, Sacramento Co, California and was buried 7 Nov 1953 in East Lawn, Sacramento, Sacramento Co, California. Robert married (1) Hattie KIRBY. 41 M iv. George B WILLIAMSON. 42 M v. Charles N WILLIAMSON. Robert also married (2) Martha Sarah VAN ARSDALE on 18 Apr 1893 in Sacramento, Sacramento, California. 18. Susan WILLIAMSON was born 29 Oct 1829 in Catahoula Parish, Louisiana. She died 22 Feb 1916 in Versailles, Brown County, Illinois and was buried in Mt Zion Cemetery, Versailles, Brown County, Illinois. A. [Letter addressed to the editors of the Versailles Enterprise] November 22, 1915, Versailles, Illinois Dear Editors: I notice in your interesting paper in whose coming I look forward to each week, you ask "Who has been here the longest?" inviting the older residents of the country to write of facts concerning the earlier days. I wish to write you as I am one of those who passed through the privations of those days. I am now 87 years old and was born in Louisiana in 1829, coming to what is now Brown County in 1836, with my parents, Mr. and Mrs. David WILLIAMSON, and settled on a farm about 8 miles north east of Versailles, which is now know as the WATTS farm, and I have continued to live in Brown County ever since. In early life we all lived in log houses and cooked by fire places. I was 21 years of age before I saw a cook stove. A sewing machine we had never heard of. We spun and wove our homemade clothing, making our linsey dresses with our hands. Some of us had calico dresses that we wore on Sunday when we went to some good old neighbors (houses) to church, as we had no meeting houses in those days, but oh' what good meetings we did have in those days at old uncle Hiram BARKERS and Grandpa LANGDONS. That was the old time religion that I regret to say I have lived to see go out of fashion. The nearest mill where we got our grinding done was about eight miles from us and well do I remember when father would say "now we must shell a sack of corn and go to the mill tomorrow," and the next morning he or my elder brother would take the sack of corn and go to the mill horseback and maybe it would be a day or two before they would return with the meal, as they had to wait their turn, and if there were many ahead of them and the water was low, they would have to wait longer. If we run out of meal during his absence, we sould substitute potatoes for bread or grate corn on a "gritter" to make bread. There wasn't such a thing as a buggy in those days. Nothing but ox wagons and the people, men and women went horse back or on foot. We would walk for miles to a meeting, or visit the sick, or to a quilting, or a wool picking. The latter were our socials. We had no socials in them days, but we had preaching every Sunday and prayer meeting through the week at some neigh bors home. The men's enjoyments were horse racng, log rolling, gander pulling, and shooting matches, but the men were big hearted if the work and living was hard. We didn't have much fruit in them times and knew nothing about canning fruit. Our living was principally pork, beef, mutton, potatoes, corn bread and coffee. There wasn't much wheat raised, and what little was raised was cut with sickle at first, later with a cradle, and then tramped out with horses, then cleaned with a fanning mill. I remember turning the fanning mill many a time for father. There wan't many horses in the country. Farmers broke their ground with oxen and laid it off both ways then dropped the corn by hand, covering it with a hoe. This entire country was covered with fine timber and the whole face of the earth in the spring was covered with beautiful flowers loke those old early days to me, so sweet and beautiful. So sweet to my memory that I almost wish that I could be permitted to live them over again, but I feel that my race is almost run, although I enjoy very good health for one of my age, but I can say, "God's will be done." I have always had a warm spot in my heart for Versailles. It was the first town started close to us and I grew up with it. I have been told that my father, David WILLIAMSON, and "Uncle" Henry CASTEEN gave the town its name, for Versailles in Kentucky. Mrs. Susan RAMSON B. Husband ABNER J.R. RANSOM gave deposition for his sister-in-law's (Sarah WILLIAMSON THOMPSON) civil war widow pension on 27 June 1894 in Borwn Co IL. Susan married (1) Abner J R RANSOM on 30 Aug 1849 in Brown County, Illinois. Abner was born 3 Dec 1828 in Versailles, Woodford Co, Kentucky. He died 11 Aug 1904 in Versailles, Brown County, Illinois. Gave deposition for his sister-in-law's (Sarah WILLIAMSON THOMPSON) civil war widow pension on 27 June 1894 in Brown Co. IL. Abner and Susan had the following children: + 43 M i. Jonathon Wesley RANSOM was born 6 Dec 1850. 44 F ii. Mathilda RANSOM was born about 1855 in Versailles, Brown County, Illinois. 45 F iii. Sarah Eleanor RANSOM was born 4 Dec 1858 in Versailles, Brown County, Illinois. She died 8 May 1942 and was buried in West Side Cem, Versailles, Brown County, Illinois. Sarah married (1) Andrew J BOSS on 6 Oct 1877. Andrew was born about 1854. He died about 1925. 46 M iv. James W RANSOM was born about 1862 in Versailles, Brown County, Illinois. He died in Versailles, Brown County, Illinois and was buried in Mt Zion Cemetery, Versailles, Brown County, Illinois. 47 F v. Elizabeth RANSOM was born about 1862 in Versailles, Brown County, Illinois. 48 M vi. David A RANSOM was born 24 Dec 1863 in Versailles, Brown County, Illinois. He died Nov 1925 in Kansas City, Kansas City, MO. David married (1) Ida Ann BLACK on 12 Apr 1885. 49 F vii. Lucinda Catherine RANSOM was born about 1866 in Versailles, Brown County, Illinois. Lucinda married (1) Charles PATCH. 50 M viii. Virgil Abner RANSOM was born 29 Jan 1867 in Versailles, Brown County, Illinois. He died 26 Oct 1919. Virgil married (1) Sarah Florence DOUGLAS on 20 Jul 1890. 51 M ix. Robert Clayborn RANSOM was born about 1869 in Versailles, Brown County, Illinois. 19. Lucinda WILLIAMSON was born about 1836 in Cooperstown, Brown County, Illinois. A. Lived next door to brother, Richard Masters WILLIAMSON in 1870 Illinois, Morgan County, Meredosia Precinct, Dwelling #90. Lucinda married (1) Jonathon LAKE, son of Lindsay LAKE and Milly CARTER on 22 Nov 1854 in Beardstown, Cass County, Illinois. They had the following children: 52 M i. Albert LAKE. 53 M ii. Robert LAKE. 54 M iii. William LAKE was born about 1858. 55 F iv. Alice LAKE was born about 1860. 56 M v. John LAKE was born about 1870. 21. Sara M WILLIAMSON was born about 1839 in Versailles, Brown County, Illinois. She died 5 May 1912 in Barada, Richardson Co, Nebraska. Civil War Widow Certificate 374 837/417.469ka - minor 372266/443.660 Sara married (1) Thomas Martin REDDICK on 15 Sep 1856 in Cooperstown, Brown County, Illinois. Thomas died 15 Jan 1876 in Civil Bend, Daviess Co, MO. They had the following children: 57 M i. James C REDDICK was born about 1859 in Cooperstown, Brown County, Illinois. He died 18 Jul 1861 in Cooperstown, Brown County, Illinois and was buried in DeWitt Cemetery, Cooperstown, Brown County, Illinois. 58 F ii. Eliza A REDDICK was born 25 Apr 1861. 59 F iii. Julia I REDDICK was born 17 Jun 1866. 60 M iv. Franklin J REDDICK was born 20 Jun 1869. 61 M v. John W REDDICK was born 28 Apr 1871. 62 M vi. Robert G REDDICK was born 23 Sep 1873. + 63 F vii. Susan Emerine REDDICK was born 23 Jun 1875 and died 17 Apr 1938. Sara also married (2) Robert THOMPSON on 22 Jul 1877. 23. Richard Masters WILLIAMSON was born 21 Dec 1842 in Versailles, Brown County, Illinois. He died 6 May 1911 in Barada, Richardson Co, Nebraska and was buried in Harris Cemetery, Barada, Richardson Co, Nebraska. A. Pvt Co A & D 119 IL Vol Reg Date of Enlistment 9 Aug 1862. Date of Muster 7 Oct 1862. Discharged (disability) on 28 Jan 1863. B. Extracted from deposition given by Richard WILLIAMSON on 28 May 1879 in the State of Illinois County of Cass. "Immediately after the date of my discharge from the Army I came to Morgan County Ill remaining there about up to 1870 Then I went to North Missouri (Harrison Co) remaining there about four (4) years then on to Montague Co Texas remaining there about Seven (7) months then to South Kansas ((Burbon Co) remaining there near two (2) years. Then on to Beardstown Cass Co Ill. Somthing about two (2) years ago. This place is my present residence - that is near here. My occupation during the whole of that time and is still a farmer. Inconsequence of this Disability I have been disabled from doing more than half the manual labor that I have been in the habit of doing before contracting this disability (Heart & throat diseases) and which is gradually getting worse every year. I would state that my frequent change of residences was from the hope that I could find some c! limate that would be a benefit to my heart and throat diseases and health generally." /s/Richard M Williamson [Note - math indicates that RMW was in Harrison Co Mo approx 1870-1874, Mantague Co TX approx 1875, Burbon Co KS approx 1875-1876] C. Extracted from deposition given 7 Jun 1878 by "Jonathan Lake and Israel Lake Jr of Meredosia PO County of Morgan, State of Illinoin who, being duly sworn, upon his oath declares as follows: That they were neighbors of Richard M. Williamson, late of Co D, 119th Regt. Illinois from the date of his discharge, in Jany 1863 to the year 1871 and during that time they were well and intimately acquainted with the said Richard M Williamson and know that on his return from the army he was suffering as follows. With the Bronchitis and diseases of the heart from January Six Three to September Seventy (1870) the said R. M. Williamson was not able for manual labor during six years of theat time from (1863) to (1870). And that his condition during each year from the above date to the year (1870) continued and developed as follows: 1863--4-5 totle (sic) Disable for labor and in 1866-7-8 in Beter (sic) Health and in 1869-70 Still Remain fit for labor about on fourth of the time. [Note - Richard Masters WILLIAMSON was married to Ellen LAKE at this time] D. Extracted from desposition given 24 Jul 1878 by "Ashford D. Williamson and Francis Marion Williamson of Beardstown P.O. County of Cass State of Illinois, who, being duly sworn, upon their oath declare as follows: That they have been neighbors of Richard M Williamson. . from the year 1870 to the present date and that they are well and intimately acquainted with him and know that he has been suffering as follows: We was with him wes in 1872 & 72, 73 and again in 1875 & 1876 & returned to Illinois & he has bin sufering with dises of the hart & Broncetes & has bin un abel for manlul labor three fouth of the tim & the last two years in tirally disabeled from doing any sort of work . . .(sic) E. Abstracted from obituary. "Died Richard M. WILLIAMSON was born in Brown County, Illinois Dec 21 1842 and died at Barada Nebr May 6 1911 aged 68 years 4 months and 15 days. He was one of twelve brothers and sisters two of whom survive him. Mrs Sarah Thompson of Falls City and Mrs Susan Ransome of Versailles Illinois. During the civil war he enlisted in behalf of his country in Co A 119 Inf Vol Ill Reg. In 1884 he came west to make his home settling in Richardson Co where he has eversince resided. In 1885 he was married to Belle Palmer who with three children Richard Nei Roy and Mrs Delta Vassar all of Barada survive one son L G having preceeded him to the better land. Three children of a former marriage also survive him but living at great distances were unable to be present at the funeral. "Uncle Dick" as he as fililarly known t his many firends and neighbors had been in feeble health for many weeks but it was not generally known that his condition was serious unti! l the end was near. And when at noon on May 6 he quietly and peacefully passed away his death came non the less as a shock to loving relatives and friends. Funeral services were conducted from the Evangelical church by Rev. Essley. Beautiful floral emblems were evidence of the loving tribute of friends. He was laid to rest in Harris cemetery followed by a large concourse of sorrowing relatives and friends. Our sympathy is extended to bereaved ones in this hour of gloom." Richard married (1) Ellen M LAKE, daughter of Lindsay LAKE and Milly CARTER on 23 Jun 1861 in Beardstown, Cass County, Illinois. Ellen was born about 1846. A. Lindsay Lake is listed as father without firm documentation. Research continues on the ancestry of Ellen. Lived 2 doors from Lindsay in 1870 census. B. Divorce - from Richard Masters WILLIAMSON on decree filed 28 February 1881 granting all property and custody of children to her. State of Illinois, Cass County Circuity Court, February Term A.D.1881. Richard and Ellen had the following children: + 64 M i. Alllen R WILLIAMSON was born 3 Mar 1862. 65 F ii. Anna WILLIAMSON was born about 1864 in Illinois. DOBs estimated from Copy of Marriage License. Anna married (1) Rolan R DAILY, son of John DAILY and Margaret SMITH on 25 Nov 1882 in Beardstown, Cass County, Illinois. Rolan was born about 1860 in Pennsylvania. A. DOBs estimated from Copy of Marriage License. B. Page 25 of Marriage Register D + 66 M iii. William Elsworth WILLIAMSON was born 4 Nov 1867 and died 7 Apr 1943. 67 F iv. Lulu WILLIAMSON was born 31 Jul 1870 in Illinois. Richard also married (2) Flora Bell PALMER, daughter of Leroy PALMER and Ann Emily PRINE on 1 Oct 1885 in Barada, Richardson Co, Nebraska. Flora was born 6 Mar 1865 in Raleigh, Rush County, Indiana. She died 7 May 1916 in Barada, Richardson Co, Nebraska. They had the following children: 68 M v. Richard Nie WILLIAMSON was born 20 Aug 1886 in Barada, Richardson Co, Nebraska. He died about 1934. Richard married (1) Dora M COX on 16 Jul 1908 in Falls City, Richardson Co, Nebraska. 69 M vi. L. G. Reace WILLIAMSON was born 28 Jun 1889 in Barada, Richardson Co, Nebraska. He died 23 Feb 1905 in Harris Cemetery, Barada, Richardson Co, Nebraska and was buried in Barada, Richardson Co, Nebraska. + 70 M vii. Leroy Elmer WILLIAMSON was born 14 Apr 1893 and died 22 Oct 1962. 71 F viii. Delta Mae WILLIAMSON was born 8 Jul 1891 in Nebraska. Delta married (1) Leonard VASSAR. 24. Iram Nye WILLIAMSON was born 14 Nov 1844 in Versailles, Brown County, Illinois. He died 21 Apr 1905 in Barada, Richardson Co, Nebraska and was buried in Harris Cemetery, Barada, Richardson Co, Nebraska. Iram married (1) Sarah Elizabeth CHANDLER on 30 Sep 1865 in Mt Sterling, Brown County, Illinois. Sarah was born 10 Mar 1846 in La Grange, Brown County, Illinois. She died 12 Jul 1921 in Barada, Richardson Co, Nebraska. They had the following children: 72 M i. Robert Ambrose WILLIAMSON was born 24 Jan 1867 in Versailles, Brown County, Illinois. He died about 1944. 73 F ii. Martha Jane WILLIAMSON was born 5 Jun 1868 in Versailles, Brown County, Illinois. She died 7 Aug 1946 in McCinnville, Polk County, Oregon and was buried in Bartley City Cem, Bartley, Nebraska. Martha married (1) Robert Sydney ALLEN on 30 Mar 1884 in Barada, Richardson Co, Nebraska. 74 M iii. James Karl WILLIAMSON was born 22 Apr 1870 in Illinois. He died 8 Jan 1871. 75 M iv. Richard Scott WILLIAMSON was born 3 May 1872 in Starfield, Clinton Co, MO. He died 19 Sep 1873 in Starfield, Clinton Co, MO. + 76 M v. Francis Marion WILLIAMSON II was born 11 Aug 1874 and died 5 Jun 1958. 26. Ashford Dowden WILLIAMSON was born 8 Apr 1853 in Brown County, Illinois. He died 17 Oct 1902 in Albany, Gentry County, Missouri. A. Much data from direct descendant George Sayres. B. Obit Albany Missouri Ledger, Thursday 23 Oct 1902 "Rev. A.D. Williamson, who has been ill of typhoid fever at his home in this city for several weeks, died last Friday and was buried the followng day. The following obituary was furnished by the kindess of Eld J.H. Coffey: Elder A.D. Williamson was born in Brown county, Illinois, April 8, 1853, and died October 17, 1902, aged forty-eight years, six months and nine days. He joined the Free Will Baptist church when quite young and began to preach when he was nineteen years of age and laobred as a minister in that church until he united with the Christian church and was quite successful as a minister, but on removing to Albany four years ago ceased his active in the ministry. He was married to Nancy Lund on the first day of April, 1879, in Nodaway county, Mo. He was the father of nine children, four boys and five girls, six of whom are now living. ..." Ashford married (1) Nancy Emaline LUND on 1 Apr 1879 in Nodaway County, Missouri. Nancy was born 25 Sep 1860. She died 21 Nov 1937. Obit from a Spencer paper November 1937 "... Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon, Nov.24, at 2 o'clock at the Church of Christ in Spencer for Mrs. Nancy E. Williamson of Spencer, 77, who died ... of her daughter, Mrs. A.I. Myrell, Sunday, November 21. Short prayer services for the family were held at 1:30 o'clock at Cobb's Funeral Home. Rev. Forrest L. Richeson, pastor, was in charge of the services. Burial was made in Riverside cemetery. Mrs. Nancy E. Williamson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lund, was born Sept. 25, 1860, at Bridgewater, Mo. In 1879 she was united in marriage with Rev. A.D. Williamson, and they made their home at Albany, Mo. To this union nine children were born, four preceding their mother in death. Rev. Williamson also preceded his wife in death. ... Surviving children are ... " Ashford and Nancy had the following children: 77 F i. Mary WILLIAMSON was born 12 Jun 1880. She died 24 Jun 1880. 78 M ii. Oliver Cromwell WILLIAMSON was born 29 Jul 1881. He died 9 Oct 1945. 79 F iii. Mary Jane WILLIAMSON was born 15 Sep 1884. She died about Sep 1927. 80 M iv. George Talmadge WILLIAMSON was born 25 Apr 1887. 81 F v. Olive Mae WILLIAMSON was born 31 Dec 1889. 82 M vi. Ashford Dowden WILLIAMSON II was born 1 Aug 1893 in Council Grove, KS. 83 F vii. Olive Mae WILLIAMSON II was born 1 Oct 1895 in Council Grove, KS. 84 M viii. George Talmadge II WILLIAMSON was born 29 Mar 1898. He died 22 Dec 1960 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co, California. + 85 F ix. Nova Gladys WILLIAMSON was born 12 Oct 1900 and died 27 Apr 1970. 27. David WILLIAMSON III was born 16 Feb 1855 in Brown County, Illinois. He died 6 May 1918 in Buena Vista, Rushville, Schuyler County, Illinois and was buried 8 May 1918 in Rushville Cem, Rushville, Brown County, Illinois. Obit - David Williamson [III], a well known resident of Rushville, died at his home in the southwest part of the city May 6, aged 63 years, 2 months and 21 days. Death followed an illness extending over a period of several weeks, and was not unexpected by his family and intimate friends. Mr. Williamson was born in Brown county, February 16, 1855. He became a resident of Rushville in the year 1887, and that same year, April 9th, was united in marriage to Mrs. Elizabeth Coffman, who passed away December 23, 1908. To this union six children were born, three of whom died in infancy, Goldie May passing away August 14, 1914. The surviving children are: Mrs. Ethel Adams of Springfield and Charles Williamson of this city. He is also survived by the following step-chldren; Mrs. Adra Garrison of Meeker, Colo., Miss Pearl Coffman of Springfield, Fred Coffman of Macomb and Geo. Coffman of Woodstock township; also one sister, Mrs. Frank Bell of Rock Island and one brother Marion Williamson of Rushville and two grandchildren. He was a man of good character and his passing is mourned by his children, relatives and friends. Funeral services, conducted by Rev. W. D. Humphrey of Waverly, were held Wednesday afternoon at his late residence. Internment in the Rushville cemetery. ard of Thanks--We wish to thank our many firends for their kindness and sympathy during the illness and death of our father/..The Children David married (1) Elizabeth COFFMAN. They had the following children: 86 F i. Goldie WILLIAMSON was born about 1888. She died 14 Aug 1913 in Rushville, Schuyler County, Illinois and was buried 17 Aug 1913 in Rushville, Schuyler County, Illinois. Data from Death Certificate #44302/Schuyler Co 87 F ii. Ethel WILLIAMSON. 88 M iii. Charles WILLIAMSON. 30. Charles W. WILLIAMSON was born about 1864 in Cooperstown, Brown County, Illinois. He died about 1894. Charles married (1) Alice HALL, daughter of Elisha Lloyd HALL and Angeline HEFLIN on 15 Jun 1886. Alice was born about 1865 in Versaille, Brown County, Illinois. They had the following children: 89 M i. Leroy WILLIAMSON. Leroy married (1) Lillian PARROTT. 90 F ii. Belva WILLIAMSON was born 1892. She died 1922. Fourth Generation 43. Jonathon Wesley RANSOM was born 6 Dec 1850 in Versailles, Brown County, Illinois. He died in Cooperstown, Brown County, Illinois and was buried in Cooperstown Cem, Cooperstown, Brown County, Illinois. Jonathon married (1) Susan Elizabeth DEWITT on 10 Jul 1873. Susan was born about 1854. She died about 1920. They had the following children: 91 M i. Claude Albertus RANSOM. 63. Susan Emerine REDDICK was born 23 Jun 1875 in Civil Bend, Daviess County, Missouri. She died 17 Apr 1938 in Barada, Richardson Co, Nebraska and was buried in Harris Cemetery, Barada, Richardson Co, Nebraska. Susan married (1) Francis Marion WILLIAMSON II, son of Iram Nye WILLIAMSON and Sarah Elizabeth CHANDLER on 9 May 1894 in Falls City, Richardson Co, Nebraska. Francis was born 11 Aug 1874 in Starfield, Clinton County, Missouri. He died 5 Jun 1958 in Falls City, Richardson Co, Nebraska. They had the following children: 92 F i. Sarah Edna WILLIAMSON was born 1 Aug 1895 in Barada, Richardson Co, Nebraska. She died 1 Dec 1978. 93 F ii. Verda Merle WILLIAMSON was born 28 Jan 1897 in Barada, Richardson Co, Nebraska. She died 25 Jul 1978. 94 F iii. Bertha Faye WILLIAMSON was born 2 Sep 1899 in Barada, Richardson Co, Nebraska. She died 16 Jul 1979. 95 M iv. Carl Edmond WILLIAMSON was born 14 May 1901 in Barada, Richardson Co, Nebraska. He died 12 Jan 1974. + 96 F v. Lura marie WILLIAMSON was born 8 Apr 1903 and died 12 Dec 1985. 97 F vi. Esther Ferne WILLIAMSON was born 19 Jul 1913 in Barada, Richardson Co, Nebraska. She died 20 Jan 1983. 64. Alllen R WILLIAMSON was born 3 Mar 1862 in Beardstown, Cass County, Illinois. Cass County Marriage License #3761, Book C, 181. Alllen married (1) Ella E HATFIELD on 1881 in Beardstown, Cass County, Illinois. They had the following children: 98 M i. Bert WILLIAMSON was born 21 Jun 1882 in Gardener, Cass County, Illinois. He died in Illinois. Bert married (1) Alice Maude STRAWN. 99 F ii. Minnie WILLIAMSON was born about 1885 in Gardener, Cass County, Illinois. 100 F iii. Grace N WILLIAMSON was born 10 Sep 1887 in Gardener, Cass County, Illinois. 101 M iv. Lester WILLIAMSON was born about 1890 in Gardener, Cass County, Illinois. 102 F v. Emma E WILLIAMSON was born about 1891 in Gardener, Cass County, Illinois. 103 F vi. Abbie WILLIAMSON was born about 1892 in Gardener, Cass County, Illinois. 104 M vii. Clyde B WILLIAMSON was born 30 May 1897 in Gardener, Cass County, Illinois. 66. William Elsworth WILLIAMSON was born 4 Nov 1867 in Pleasant Plains, Cass County, Illinois. He died 7 Apr 1943 in Sacramento, Sacramento Co, California and was buried 9 Apr 1943 in Odd Fellow Lawn, Sacramento, California. A. Source for place of birth, Father's name, date of marriage from Marriage license registered Beardstown, Cass County 9-19-1888 on page 149 of Marriage Register D and State board of Health register 1, Page 117. Married by Fields Sample, Justice of the Peace. B. Age on Marriage Certificate given as 23 years. This might indicate that Date of birth may be 1865 vice 1867 as given on death certificate. C. Obit - Entered into rest in this city, April 7, 1943. William E. Williamson, beloved husband of the late Ann Williamson Father of Mrs. Flora Hearold Mrs. Glenna Ramirez and Rauymond Williamson: a native of Illinois, aged 75 years. Funeral notice hereafter. Andrews & Greilich service. William married (1) Anna CARLILE, daughter of Thompson N CARLILE and Hanna Etta COKENOUR on 24 Jun 1888 in Beardstown, Cass County, Illinois. Anna was born about 1872 in Fulton County, Illinois. She died 30 Jul 1914 in Beardstown, Cass County, Illinois. Funeral Home records "Date of Death July 30 Date of Burial Aug 1 Funeral at house or - Baptist Church Place of Burial - Bell" William and Anna had the following children: + 105 F i. Flora Eva WILLIAMSON was born 25 May 1895 and died 17 Apr 1955. + 106 F ii. Glena Fay WILLIAMSON was born 20 Jun 1907. + 107 M iii. Raymond Earl WILLIAMSON was born 16 Oct 1910. 70. Leroy Elmer WILLIAMSON was born 14 Apr 1893 in Barada, Richardson Co, Nebraska. He died 22 Oct 1962 in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas. Leroy married (1) Hazel Maude MILLS on 4 Oct 1919 in Walthill, Thurston County, Nebraska. Hazel was born 26 Jul 1894 in Union, Otoe County, Nebraska. She died 12 Jul 1965 in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas. They had the following children: + 108 M i. BRUCE Browning WILLIAMSON was born 10 Sep 1922. 109 F ii. Rachael WILLIAMSON. 76. Francis Marion WILLIAMSON II was born 11 Aug 1874 in Starfield, Clinton County, Missouri. He died 5 Jun 1958 in Falls City, Richardson Co, Nebraska and was buried in Harris Cemetery, Barada, Richardson Co, Nebraska. Francis married (1) Susan Emerine REDDICK, daughter of Thomas Martin REDDICK and Sara M WILLIAMSON on 9 May 1894 in Falls City, Richardson Co, Nebraska. Susan was born 23 Jun 1875 in Civil Bend, Daviess County, Missouri. She died 17 Apr 1938 in Barada, Richardson Co, Nebraska. They had the following children: 110 F i. Sarah Edna WILLIAMSON is printed as #92. 111 F ii. Verda Merle WILLIAMSON is printed as #93. 112 F iii. Bertha Faye WILLIAMSON is printed as #94. 113 M iv. Carl Edmond WILLIAMSON is printed as #95. + 114 F v. Lura marie WILLIAMSON is printed as #96. 115 F vi. Esther Ferne WILLIAMSON is printed as #97. 85. Nova Gladys WILLIAMSON was born 12 Oct 1900 in Albany, Gentry Co, MO. She died 27 Apr 1970. Nova married (1) George Griffin SAYRE, son of Charles Adelbert SAYRE and Alice Alvina GRIFFIN on 31 Mar 1920. George was born 9 Mar 1896 in Scranton, Iowa. He died 5 Jan 1973 in Dallas, Texas. They had the following children: 116 F i. Juanita Aletha SAYRE was born 13 Mar 1922 in Greene County, Iowa and was christened 21 Apr 1935 in Spencer, Iowa. Juanita married (1) Jesse Franklin SMOOT on 18 Jul 1959 in Arlington, Arlington County, Virginia. 117 M ii. Vincent Theodore SAYRE was born 22 Dec 1923 in Greene County, Iowa. He died 16 Jan 1924. + 118 M iii. George Ashford SAYRE was born 28 Nov 1924. 119 M iv. Martin Forrest SAYRE - Sam was born 1 Jan 1927 in Greene County, Iowa and was christened 27 Mar in Spencer, Iowa. Martin married (1) Anna Louisa PANIERE on 19 May 1959. Fifth Generation 96. Lura marie WILLIAMSON was born 8 Apr 1903 in Barada, Richardson Co, Nebraska. She died 12 Dec 1985. Lura married (1) William Edwin HANIKA on 26 Jul 1920 in Hiawatha, Brown County, Kansas. William was born 2 Jan 1902 in Shubert, Richardson Co, Nebraska. He died 22 Jan 1964 in Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska. They had the following children: 120 M i. Marion Mills HANIKA was born 16 Jul 1921 in Barada, RICHARDSON, Nebraska. Marion married (1) Genevieve marie WRIGHT on 7 Sep 1941. 121 F ii. Murna Lorene HANIKA was born 21 Oct 1924 in Shubert, RICHARDSON, Nebraska. Murna married (1) Stewart Quinton GOCHENOUR on 7 Sep 1941. 122 F iii. Wilda Lorraine HANIKA was born 30 Oct 1926 in Barada, Richardson Co., Nebraska. Wilda married (1) Melvin Glen RESSO on 7 Feb 1945. Wilda also married (2) John Edward GUEHLSTORFF on 17 Jul 1953. 123 M iv. Gordon Gale HANIKA was born 3 Apr 1930 in Barada, RICHARDSON, Nebraska. Gordon married (1) Helen Louise HIKE. 124 F v. Gladys Vale HANIKA was born 3 Apr 1930 in Barada, RICHARDSON, Nebraska. Gladys married (1) Nicholas ABRIOTES on 12 Apr 1968. 125 M vi. James Edwin HANIKA was born 29 Oct 1937 in Plattsmouth, Cass County, Nebraska. He died 8 Jan 1976. James married (1) Colette Theresa GROTE on 27 Sep 1958. 105. Flora Eva WILLIAMSON was born 25 May 1895 in Liverpool, Fulton County, Illinois. She died 17 Apr 1955 in Sacramento, Sacramento Co, California and was buried in Elmira Cemetery, Vacaville, Solano County, California. Flora married (1) Clyde William HEAROLD, son of John Sherman HARRELL and Nancy DAILEY on 21 Aug 1913 in Beardstown, Cass County, Illinois. Clyde was born 2 May 1890 in Versailles, Brown County, Illinois. He died 11 Sep 1952 in San Francisco, San Francisco Co, California. A. Extracted from a history compiled by daughter Faye Hearold Carey "Clyde HEAROLD's mother died when he was six years old. Legend has it that he and his four year old brother Owen were cared for for several years by a family named Peterye. They did not know how to spell his (Clyde's) name therefore the two boys had a different spelling than their younger brothers and sisters. As a young teenager Clyde had no place to go when Matt Reich took him under his wing. He lived with the family and worked on their Illinois River ferry boat between La Grange and Beardstown. He cared a lot for the family and named one of his daughters after the youngest Reiche girl.[Birdella] After Clyde grew up, he worked on a dredge boat where Flora WILLIAMSON was a cook when they met. They were married 21 Aug 1913. Clyde built a houseboat where they lived while he was commercial fisherman on the Illinois River. He then made a fish market out of the houseboat and docked it at Browning, IL. After selling the market, they moved to Pike Co, IL where he worked first on the locks at Quincy, then as a tugboat pilot on the Mississippi River. His next venture was trucking. Clyde had two trucks which were kept busy hauling corn, etc. from Illinois to Missouri. That was the forerunner of the large trucking companies. When the depression caught up with them, they moved to California in 1936 trying to find greener pastures. Clyde worked as a carpenter at the Southern Pacific Railroad shops in Sacramento for several years and ended up ranching outside of Vacaville for the last few years of his life. He was always a very working man. The day he died he drove a load of fruit to San Francisco and collapsed when he got out of the truck. He died that night from a blood clot in the aorta. Flora was kept busy raising a large family. During the depression the children were comparatively well dressed and fed due to her capability as a seamstress and cook. She was able to make nice warm coats for the small children out of the good parts of adults' old pants and many other clever ideas that kept the family going. Although they had a large family they always to be able to help others. They frequently had relatives and friends staying with them and everyone always felt welcome. Flora suffered as a heart invalid the last few years of her life." B. Married by George T. Saunders, Justice of the Peace. Marriage registered Aug 23 1913 on page 31 of marriage register. State Board of Health Register page 68. Source - Marriage License No 8183 Clyde and Flora had the following children: 126 F i. Anna Loreta HEAROLD was born 15 Jun 1914 in Gardener, Cass County, Illinois. Anna married (1) Ralph Strode WILSON. Ralph was born in Missouri. 127 M ii. Owen Earl HEAROLD was born 11 Aug 1917 in Gardener, Cass County, Illinois. Owen married (1) Thelma Aldena WHITE, daughter of John Henry WHITE and Adeline AKERS on 5 Jan 1946. Thelma was born 30 Sep 1924. 128 F iii. Lois Irene HEAROLD was born 18 Jan 1920 in Beardstown, Cass County, Illinois. She died 6 Feb 1923 in Pleasantview, Cass County, Illinois and was buried 7 Feb 1923 in City Cemetery, Beardstown, Cass County, Illinois. Source for vital data - Registered Number 25 Cass County copy of death certificate. Cause of death - bronchial Pneumonia with Influenza as contributory. 129 F iv. Birdella Faye HEAROLD was born 20 Mar 1922 in Burlington, DesMoines County, Iowa. She died 27 Mar 1993 in Sacramento, Sacramento Co, California and was buried in Masonic Cemetery, Sacramento, Sacramento Co, California. Obituary extracted from 'The Sacramento Bee' Tuesday March 30, 1993 "In Sacramento on March 27, 1993. Born in Iowa, resident of Sacramento for 57 years. Aged 71. Survived by her husband of 40 years, Gerald, children Bobby Shandrew of Washington, D.C., Joy Ximinez of Sacramento and Sandra De Remus of Montgomery, AL Siblings, Loreta Wilson, Owen Hearold, Verne Hearold and Russell Hearold. Also 7 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. Faye retired as a supervisor at the California State Dept of Justice after 16 years of service. Faye worked during World War II as a supply clerk at McClellan AFB. Faye founded a large ceramics shop in the South section of Sacramento. As a ceramicist, Faye was able to pass on her expertise by instructing many people in the various techniques of ceramics. After selling her ceramic business four years ago, Faye enjoyed traveling by motorhome throughout the nation with her husband. She enjoyed and mastered numerous hobbies throughout her lifetime. These included genealogy research, needlepoint, painting, sewing and square dancing. In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory can be made to the American Lung Assoc, 909 12th St, Sacto, CA 95814." Birdella married (1) Lester Wayne SHANDREW, son of Henry Edward SHANDREW and May Leona SPARKS on 25 Sep 1938 in Sacramento, Sacramento Co, California. Lester was born 7 Apr 1918 in Avon, Cache County, Utah. He died 17 May 1986 in Brigham City, Box Elder County, Utah. A. Birth Certificate copy in possession of B.W. Shandrew. B. Obituary "Lester Wayne Shandrew, 68, of 304 S. 3rd West, died Saturday, May 17, 1986 at his home of probable cancer. He was born April 7, 1918, in Avon Utah, a son of Henry Edward and May Leona Sparks Shandrew. He married Arlene Knudsen Howard April 14, 1955 in Brigham City. He had worked for Brigham City Corporation for 25 years, retiring in 1982. He was a member of the LDS Church. He enjoyed gardening and horses. Surviving are his widow of Brigham City, and seven children ... Services will be Thursday at 11 a.m. at the Olsen Mortuary in Brigham City ... Internment in the Brigham City Cemetery." Birdella also married (2) Gerald Gene CAREY, son of William Henry CAREY and Wilhemina Mathilda Elizabeth MITZELFELT on 25 Feb 1953 in Peoria, Peoria County, Illinois. Gerald was born 7 Jul 1927 in Bartonville, Peoria County, Illinois. 130 M v. Verne Leroy HEAROLD was born 22 May 1925 in Browning, Schuyler County, Illinois. Verne married (1) Delma marie WHITE, daughter of John Henry WHITE and Adeline AKERS on 6 Sep 1947. 131 M vi. Wayne Eugene HEAROLD was born 28 Aug 1927 in Louisiana, Pike County, Illinois. He died 5 Sep 1982 in Lakeland, Polk County, Florida and was buried in Beulah Cemetery, Nichols, Polk County, Florida. Wayne married (1) Donna SOWLES. 132 M vii. Russell Ray HEAROLD was born 30 Aug 1930 in Louisiana, Pike County, Illinois. Russell married (1) Elma Pauline WHITE, daughter of John Henry WHITE and Adeline AKERS on 28 Aug 1949. 133 M viii. Raymond Leon HEAROLD was born 21 Mar 1933 in Louisiana, Pike County, Illinois. He died about 1941 in Sacramento, Sacramento, California and was buried in Odd Fellows Lawn, Sacramento, Sacramento Co, California. 134 M ix. Jerry Dale HEAROLD was born 4 Nov 1935 in Louisiana, Pike County, Illinois. He died 9 Aug 1952 in Vacaville, Solano County, California and was buried in Elmira Cemetery, Vacaville, Solano County, California. 106. Glena Fay WILLIAMSON was born 20 Jun 1907 in Liverpool, Fulton County, Illinois. Glena married (1) Joe RAMIREZ. They had the following children: 135 M i. Richard RAMIREZ I. 136 M ii. Richard RAMIREZ II. 137 M iii. Norman RAMIREZ. 138 F iv. Inez RAMIREZ. 107. Raymond Earl WILLIAMSON was born 16 Oct 1910 in Liverpool, Fulton County, Illinois. Raymond married (1) Doris OBENSHAIN. They had the following children: 139 M i. Lloyd Earl WILLIAMSON was born 13 May 1925. 140 F ii. Lois May WILLIAMSON was born 29 Oct 1929. 141 F iii. Evelyn Ann WILLIAMSON was born 24 May 1938. Transcription of Family History Notes written by Evelyn Williamson Vance. "First one in Sacramento was Robert WIlliamson - said to be rich and a very nice person. Next was Uncle Allen quite a few year before his brother Bill. Then Bill & Raymond came out Pop was about 13. Aunt Glenna said she remembered Uncle Allen sending them a box of oranges & olives before they came here. She was 10 years old. That was the first time she'd tasted olives. Aunt Glenna came out next her Dad sent her $100.00 and she came by pullman. She had been working in Rock Island taking care of kids. She was about 17. She remembers Aunt Ellie making Ray BVDs out of flour sacks. (BVDs - one piece unerwear sleeveless v neck & shorts). Flora came next - Aunt Glenna & Joe were married alread. Ray & Joe paid to get her & the kids here & got her a house to live in. Clyde came several yrs later. (They lived on Franklin). Then Lorita & Ralph came next. When Aunt Glenna's first child was born Richard 1st - she went to visit Uncle Allen in Fair Oaks - Raymond lived with him & she was told her & the baby were welcomed but not Uncle Joe. She never went back. The baby died of crib death when he was 10 months old. My father said he remembers Uncle Allen & Bill drinking & partying with their half brother the preacher. He said that in those days 25 miles was a long ways apart so no one knew the preacher was drinking. This was before they came to Calif. Pop said he remembers the name Nye(sp?) Aunt Glenna said her dad lived with her when her first baby was born part of the time. She also said my folks lived with them for a while after they married (Aunt Glenna lived in the brick yard.) Then my dad started work for Southern Pacific." 108. BRUCE Browning WILLIAMSON was born 10 Sep 1922 in Walthill, Thurston County, Nebraska. BRUCE married (1) Mary Ellen WRIGHT on 6 May 1943 in Bremerton, Kitsap County, Washington. They had the following children: 142 M i. RANDALL B WILLIAMSON. 118. George Ashford SAYRE was born 28 Nov 1924 in Greene County, Iowa and was christened 27 Mar 1937 in Spencer, Iowa. George married (1) Mary Johanna Patricia DAILEY, daughter of Joseph Edward DAILEY and Mary Loretta MEHAN on 20 Mar 1949 in Spencer, Iowa. Mary was born 16 Mar 1927 in Ayrshire, Iowa. They had the following children: 143 F i. Suzanne Dailey SAYRE was born 8 Oct 1949 in Fayetteville, Arkansas and was christened 6 Nov 1949 in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Suzanne married (1) James M PATRICO, son of Joseph John PATRICO and Jeannette Catherine NAVIN on 2 Jul 1983 in Felle Fountains, St Louis County, Missouri. James was born 30 Dec 1950 in St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri. Suzanne also married (2) Richard VALLIANT. 144 F ii. Nancy W SAYRE was born 21 Oct 1952 in Spencer, Iowa. Nancy married (1) Robert Tudor NEEL - Jr on 29 Jun 1974 in Memphis, Tennessee. Robert was born 13 Jan 1951. 145 F iii. Mary Margaret SAYRE was born 12 Apr 1954 in San Diego, California and was christened 16 May 1954 in San Diego, California. Mary married (1) John Alan SOLOMAN - Dr on 17 Jun 1978 in Rogers, Arkansas. John was born 28 Feb 1952. 146 M iv. George Ashford SAYRE - II was born 1 Feb 1956 in Coronado, California. George married (1) Connie BIVINS, daughter of Tony Arthur BIVINS and Jacquelyn Maye CHITWOOD on 5 Mar 1977 in Rogers, Arkansas. Connie was born 8 Aug 1956. Index Name ID Generation ABRIOTES, Nicholas 124S 6 ALLEN, Robert Sydney 73S 4 BELL, Frank B 28S 3 BIVINS, Connie 146S 6 BLACK, Ida Ann 48S 4 BLACK, Lucy Ann 29S 3 BOSS, Andrew J 45S 4 BRYSON, Sousannah 1S 1 CAREY, Gerald Gene 129S 6 CARLILE, Anna 66S 4 CHANDLER, Sarah Elizabeth 24S 3 COFFMAN, Elizabeth 27S 3 COX, Dora M 68S 4 CRAWFORD, Priscilla M. 17S 3 DAILEY, Mary Johanna Patricia 118S 5 DAILY, Rolan R 65S 4 DEWITT, Susan Elizabeth 43S 4 DOUGLAS, Sarah Florence 50S 4 GOCHENOUR, Stewart Quinton 121S 6 GROTE, Colette Theresa 125S 6 GUEHLSTORFF, John Edward 122S 6 HALL, Alice 30S 3 HANIKA, Gladys Vale 124 6 HANIKA, Gordon Gale 123 6 HANIKA, James Edwin 125 6 HANIKA, Marion Mills 120 6 HANIKA, Murna Lorene 121 6 HANIKA, Wilda Lorraine 122 6 HANIKA, William Edwin 96S 5 HATFIELD, Ella E 64S 4 HEAROLD, Anna Loreta 126 6 HEAROLD, Birdella Faye 129 6 HEAROLD, Clyde William 105S 5 HEAROLD, Jerry Dale 134 6 HEAROLD, Lois Irene 128 6 HEAROLD, Owen Earl 127 6 HEAROLD, Raymond Leon 133 6 HEAROLD, Russell Ray 132 6 HEAROLD, Verne Leroy 130 6 HEAROLD, Wayne Eugene 131 6 HIKE, Helen Louise 123S 6 HILL, Susan 3S 2 KIRBY, Hattie 40S 4 LAKE, Albert 52 4 LAKE, Alice 55 4 LAKE, Ellen M 23S 3 LAKE, John 56 4 LAKE, Jonathon 19S 3 LAKE, Robert 53 4 LAKE, William 54 4 LANIER, Hannah 16S 3 LUND, Nancy Emaline 26S 3 MASTERS, Lourena 3S 2 MCELHOE, George Washington 36S 4 MILLS, Hazel Maude 70S 4 MONK, Martha Celia 22S 3 MONK, Sarah 20S 3 MOORE, George Allen 31S 3 NEEL, Robert Tudor - Jr 144S 6 OBENSHAIN, Doris 107S 5 PALMER, Flora Bell 23S 3 PANIERE, Anna Louisa 119S 5 PARROTT, Lillian 89S 4 PATCH, Charles 49S 4 PATRICO, James M 143S 6 PERKINS, Samantha 25S 3 RAMIREZ, Inez 138 6 RAMIREZ, Joe 106S 5 RAMIREZ, Norman 137 6 RAMIREZ, Richard II 136 6 RAMIREZ, Richard I 135 6 RANSOM, Abner J R 18S 3 RANSOM, Claude Albertus 91 5 RANSOM, David A 48 4 RANSOM, Elizabeth 47 4 RANSOM, James W 46 4 RANSOM, Jonathon Wesley 43 4 RANSOM, Lucinda Catherine 49 4 RANSOM, Mathilda 44 4 RANSOM, Robert Clayborn 51 4 RANSOM, Sarah Eleanor 45 4 RANSOM, Virgil Abner 50 4 REDDICK, Eliza A 58 4 REDDICK, Franklin J 60 4 REDDICK, James C 57 4 REDDICK, John W 61 4 REDDICK, Julia I 59 4 REDDICK, Robert G 62 4 REDDICK, Susan Emerine 63 4 76S 4 REDDICK, Thomas Martin 21S 3 RESSO, Melvin Glen 122S 6 SAYRE, George Ashford 118 5 SAYRE, George Ashford - II 146 6 SAYRE, George Griffin 85S 4 SAYRE, Juanita Aletha 116 5 SAYRE, Martin Forrest - Sam 119 5 SAYRE, Mary Margaret 145 6 SAYRE, Nancy W 144 6 SAYRE, Suzanne Dailey 143 6 SAYRE, Vincent Theodore 117 5 SHANDREW, Lester Wayne 129S 6 SIX, Nancy 16S 3 SMOOT, Jesse Franklin 116S 5 SOLOMAN, John Alan - Dr 145S 6 SOWLES, Donna 131S 6 STRAWN, Alice Maude 98S 5 TALIAFERRO, Elizabeth Ann Maria Beatrice 15 3 TALIAFERRO, Henry Bullard 13 3 TALIAFERRO, James Govan 2S 2 TALIAFERRO, James Govan Jr 6 3 TALIAFERRO, John Quincy ADAMS 7 3 TALIAFERRO, Robert W 12 3 TALIAFERRO, S. Butler 10 3 TALIAFERRO, Susan B 9 3 TALIAFERRO, William 14 3 TALIAFERRO, WILLIAMSON 11 3 TALIAFERRO, Zacharias II 8 3 THOMPSON, Robert 21S 3 VALLIANT, Richard 143S 6 VAN ARSDALE, Martha Sarah 17S 3 VASSAR, Leonard 71S 4 WHITE, Delma marie 130S 6 WHITE, Elma Pauline 132S 6 WHITE, Thelma Aldena 127S 6 WILLIAMSON, Abbie 103 5 WILLIAMSON, Albortine Limpa 36 4 WILLIAMSON, Alllen R 64 4 WILLIAMSON, Anna 65 4 WILLIAMSON, Ashford Dowden 26 3 WILLIAMSON, Ashford Dowden II 82 4 WILLIAMSON, Belva 90 4 WILLIAMSON, Bert 98 5 WILLIAMSON, Bertha Faye 94 5 WILLIAMSON, BRUCE Browning 108 5 WILLIAMSON, Carl Edmond 95 5 WILLIAMSON, Carlista 28 3 WILLIAMSON, Charles 88 4 WILLIAMSON, Charles N 42 4 WILLIAMSON, Charles W. 30 3 WILLIAMSON, Claborn Scott 22 3 WILLIAMSON, Clyde B 104 5 WILLIAMSON, David -II 3 2 WILLIAMSON, David III 27 3 WILLIAMSON, David - I 1 1 WILLIAMSON, Delta Mae 71 4 WILLIAMSON, Elihu P 34 4 WILLIAMSON, Elizabeth Maria Boyd 2 2 WILLIAMSON, Emma E 102 5 WILLIAMSON, Esther Ferne 97 5 WILLIAMSON, Ethel 87 4 WILLIAMSON, Evelyn Ann 141 6 WILLIAMSON, Flora Eva 105 5 WILLIAMSON, Francis Marion 29 3 WILLIAMSON, Francis Marion II 63S 4 76 4 WILLIAMSON, Frederic 37 4 WILLIAMSON, George B 41 4 WILLIAMSON, George Talmadge 80 4 WILLIAMSON, George Talmadge II 84 4 WILLIAMSON, Glena Fay 106 5 WILLIAMSON, Goldie 86 4 WILLIAMSON, Grace N 100 5 WILLIAMSON, Iram Nye 24 3 WILLIAMSON, James G 16 3 WILLIAMSON, James Karl 74 4 WILLIAMSON, John C 38 4 WILLIAMSON, John E 25 3 WILLIAMSON, Julia E 33 4 WILLIAMSON, L. G. Reace 69 4 WILLIAMSON, Leroy 89 4 WILLIAMSON, Leroy Elmer 70 4 WILLIAMSON, Lester 101 5 WILLIAMSON, Lloyd Earl 139 6 WILLIAMSON, Lois May 140 6 WILLIAMSON, Lucinda 19 3 WILLIAMSON, Lulu 67 4 WILLIAMSON, Lura marie 96 5 WILLIAMSON, Mahlon N 39 4 WILLIAMSON, Martha Jane 73 4 WILLIAMSON, Mary 77 4 WILLIAMSON, Mary Jane 79 4 WILLIAMSON, Minnie 99 5 WILLIAMSON, Nova Gladys 85 4 WILLIAMSON, Olive Mae 81 4 WILLIAMSON, Olive Mae II 83 4 WILLIAMSON, Oliver Cromwell 78 4 WILLIAMSON, Rachael 109 5 WILLIAMSON, Rain'ee Lurane 31 3 WILLIAMSON, RANDALL B 142 6 WILLIAMSON, Raymond Earl 107 5 WILLIAMSON, Richard Masters 23 3 WILLIAMSON, Richard Nie 68 4 WILLIAMSON, Richard Scott 75 4 WILLIAMSON, Robert 17 3 WILLIAMSON, Robert Ambrose 72 4 WILLIAMSON, Robert C 40 4 WILLIAMSON, Robert T 5 2 WILLIAMSON, Sara M 21 3 WILLIAMSON, Sarah Edna 92 5 WILLIAMSON, Sarah Elizabeth 32 4 WILLIAMSON, Susan 18 3 WILLIAMSON, Verda Merle 93 5 WILLIAMSON, William Arthur 35 4 WILLIAMSON, William B 4 2 WILLIAMSON, William Bryson 20 3 WILLIAMSON, William Elsworth 66 4 WILSON, Ralph Strode 126S 6 WRIGHT, Genevieve marie 120S 6 WRIGHT, Mary Ellen 108S 5
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