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Marion's Raider, Patriot under Dubose; William Walter Williams, Sr

Birthdate:
Birthplace: 400 acres on Lower Nottoway River, Land Claims in Spanish West Florida were numerous.
Death: after circa 1775
Place of Burial: Cheroenhaka Nottoway
Immediate Family:

Son of Cheraw John William of Lower Nottoway and Ann Cheraw
Husband of Anne Margaretha (Lott) Williams
Father of William Walter Williams, Choctaw Bill BIA Agent / Old Cheraw; John Williams and Herron Williams
Brother of Ann (Williams) Herring, Cheraw and John Williams, V, Old Cheraw

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About Patriot Marion's Raider, William Walter Williams

Chowanoke-Tithable-William-Williams - Died sometime after the age 45 in the Revolution time of 1775. Mentioned on the will of his parents: John and Ann per will below). Listed on the Lancaster Parish Tax Roll 1700 where he paid taxes upon his being a "tithable" or a poll tax based on skin color charged of free people of color of various shades. Also, again in the CHOWAN COUNTY, NC - Tax List - Chowan Precinct, 1717. Chowan Precinct Tax List, 1717 with source:

Father: John Williams was born before 1673 at (prob) in Isle of Wight, Virginia, British America. He signed a will on 13 March 1745 in Bertie, North Carolina, British America. He mentions family members: Dearly beloved wife Ann; well beloved sons Theophilus, Isaac and Arthur Williams; well loved daughters Ann Herring, Sarah Castellaw and Mary Herring; well loved grandson John Williams; well loved grandchildren Farobe, Ezeken (Ezekiel), Jerusha and Barbara Williams. His slaves were divided to several of his children. He left "Common Prair Books" to his daughters, Sarah and Mary. He left money to his grandchildren, Farobe, Ezekiel and Barbara Williams, 25 pounds "Virgene currence".

North Carolina State Archives in Raleigh, NC. File No. C.R. 2.002, Albermale Co. Papers, Vol. 2, 1715-1739, and Updated, page 10.

This file was contributed for use in the USGenWeb Archives by: Anne Singleton Condran <acondran@indy.net> http://www.geocities.com/~ncsingletons/ Father: John Williams was born before 1673 at (prob) in Isle of Wight, Virginia, British America. He signed a will on 13 March 1745 in Bertie, North Carolina, British America. He mentions family members: Dearly beloved wife Ann; well beloved sons Theophilus, Isaac and Arthur Williams; well loved daughters Ann Herring, Sarah Castellaw and Mary Herring; well loved grandson John Williams; well loved grandchildren Farobe, Ezeken (Ezekiel), Jerusha and Barbara Williams. His slaves were divided to several of his children. He left "Common Prair Books" to his daughters, Sarah and Mary. He left money to his grandchildren, Farobe, Ezekiel and Barbara Williams, 25 pounds "Virgene currence". John Williams, father of this William Williams moved to North Carolina before 1716, and on 26 May 1718 was recorded of "ye county of Albemarle in North Carolina." In 1722 Albemarle had five precincts: Currituck, Pasquotank, Perquimans, Chowan and Bertie. John is mentioned in court records in both Chowan and Bertie precincts. On 26 May 1718 there is a transaction between John Williams and Ralph Vickers for land in Isle of Wight Co, VA. On 21 Oct. 1725 he sold as John Williams of NC to Nicholas Williams of Wight Co, VA 125 acres of land which had been granted to William Williams in 1703. Anne and John Williams were married before 1691.

North Carolina State Archives in Raleigh, NC. File No. C.R. 2.002, Albermale Co. Papers, Vol. 2, 1715-1739, and Updated, page 10.

This file was contributed for use in the USGenWeb Archives by: Anne Singleton Condran <acondran@indy.net> http://www.geocities.com/~ncsingletons/"William William, father of Choctaw Bill, was conveyed the acreage on on the Meherrin and Chowan River bend Delta south of ancestral lands of the Nottoway formerly inJarrett, Va area. His grandfather was mentioned as follows: He was listed as a tithable for himself on the Lancaster Parish Tax Roll of 1700. which mean his monther was native and of the area where his father was boundaried by the Cheroenhaka reservaton of 41,000 acres to the north of this Williams, of the 400 acres of land in the profile picture. Many generations of Williams' lived on this land until Choctaw Bill Williams guided his group to Waccamaw in SC and sold his Nottoway land. Listed on the Lancaster Parish Tax Roll 1700 where he paid taxes upon his being a "tithable" or a poll tax based on skin color charged of free people of color of various shades. Also, again in the CHOWAN COUNTY, NC - Tax List - Chowan Precinct, 1717. Chowan Precinct Tax List, 1717 with source:


Listed as FPOC tithable NA in Chowanoke District.

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Patriot Marion's Raider, William Walter Williams's Timeline

1730
1730
400 acres on Lower Nottoway River
1767
1767
Age 37
West side bounded by Richard Washington of the Meherrin., 30 miles away from Ft Christanna
1772
1772
Age 42
St George Parish, Burke, Georgia, United States
1775
1775
Age 45
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Cheroenhaka Nottoway