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From: "dgp" <>
Subject: Re: [CREEK-SOUTHEAST] Williams family
Date: Sun, 15 Jan 2012 12:43:00 -0600
References: <934324A6FEE04FD98673FE8E0456A36F@SR5130NX>


Wilsie Williams was formerly of the North Bay Clan . He is the minister of
the non-denominational chapel that
is located on what was the Creek grounds in Southport (Bay County) before
the clan moved to another location.

Mvhayv - Doquoti Tsuganawv


----- Original Message -----
From: "sharon Agte"

> There was a Williams family in Washington Co. FL, the part that had
> originally been part of Jackson Co. This is the panhandle, 40 miles
> north of Panama City. They would have been living there when the
> county line changed, around 1900. They were never acknowledged to have
> Indian blood, but my grandmother hinted at it.
> Now, I know that many families had come from AL. and GA, after the Civil
> War. For some, this had been a stop on their move from the Carolinas.
> I believe there were Creek, Choctaw and Cherokee. Many people claimed to
> be of Black Irish or Dutch ancestry.
> I have never heard of any Seminole being in this area; but, good luck with
> your search.
> Regards


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