expbul1a.gif (699 bytes) William Wesley Williams

born:  18 September 1810 in Georgia
died:  after 1880 in Tallapoosa County, Alabama

1840 Chambers County Census: 6 children and one slave, Thomas L. Reese's Division
1850 Chambers County Census: William Williams, farmer, Minerva, Nancy, William L., Barron, Sarah C., Elizabeth F., Annis M., Rufus P., Martha L.   Nancy, William L. and Baron are b Georgia, Sarah and younger children are b Alabama; $400 personal property
1860 Chambers County Census (Milltown): William W. Williams 50, Minerva 48, Nancy 29, Sarah 19, Flora 17, Annis 16, Rufus 13, Martha 11, John 7, Thomas 6, Letitia 8 (she is listed as a granddaughter on later records); real estate at $800 and personal property at $500
1870 Tallapoosa County 
Census (Daviston): William Williams 60, Minerva 58, Sarah 30, Martha 17, Thomas 15, Laticia 13, also in household are Swine? Walton 47, Black farm laborer; $1200 in real estate and $500 in personal property.
1880 Tallapoosa County  Census (Daviston): William W. Williams 69, Manerva 68, Sarah C. 40, Luticia 28 (granddaughter), Martha J. 28; also in household Isaac Robertson 21, servant. Nearby is John Motley with Artimisia, Nancy, George, Hirman and Anna. Artimisia was the sister of Hester Ann Perkins, mother of Baron's wife Louisiana, John Motley was the brother of Colman P. Motley, Louisiana's father.  


Spouse:  Minerva Fannin
Married:  26 December 1830 in Newton County, Georgia

1.  Nancy Farr Williams
2.  William LaFayette Williams (m. Henrietta Adeline Floyd) PHOTOGRAPH
3.  Baron DeKalb Williams
4.  Sarah Caroline Williams
5.  Elizabeth Flora Williams
6.  Annis Minerva Williams (m. Coleman Pendleton Motley II)
7.  Rufus Pitt Williams (m. Martha Jane Roberson, Nancy Clark Atkins)
8.  Martha Jackson Williams
9.  John Hampton Williams
10. Thomas Cooper Williams (m. Ellen Robertson)