born: 7 September 1836 in Georgia
died: 3 October 1880 in Daviston, Tallapoosa County, Alabama
Occupation: Overseer; Clerk
Religious Affiliation: Baptist
Served as Postmaster of the Daviston Post Office when it was reopened in 1872 after the War.
||Military Service: WBTS: "Southern Rifles", D Co, 3rd Ala. Inf. Regt., CSA MUSTER ROLLS|
LETTER TO THE CHURCH AT SPRINGHILL
Macon County Alabama Census (Southern Division): Baron
D. Williams, 23, is listed as an Overseer in the household of Barna F. Ivey.
1870 Tallapoosa County Alabama Census (Daviston): Baron Williams, 33, Merchant; Antnett 23; Antnett 6/12
1880 Tallapoosa County Alabama Census (Daviston): B. D. Williams 44, L. A. 34 wife, Lidia A. 10, A. A. (H.A.?) daughter 6, W. T. (W.P.?) son 4, B.D. son 1. Also in household are Georgeann Hodnett, 14, Black female servant; Sandy Hearth?, 24, Black male laborer; James Winston, 19, Black male laborer, and Daniel Lovelace, 19, Black male laborer.
Father: William Wesley
Mother: Minerva Fannin
Spouse: Louisiana Antinette
married: 3 August 1868
1. Lydia Antinette Williams (m. Jim D. Laney)
2. Hester Ann Minerva Williams
3. W. Pendleton Williams (m. Betty Fenney)
4. Baron DeKalb Williams, Jr. (m. Ella Harper)