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Date: Wed, 17 Feb 1999 19:28:47 EST


I am new to the Williamson rootsweb and would like to submit my family
line in hopes someone can make a connection. I have been working for years on
this line and have not had very much success. Any help would be greatly
appreciated.
W.M. Williamson born about 1817 in Georgia, he married Margaret Jane
Carmichael February 8, 1831 in Coweta County, Georgia. They had following
children: (1) James R.M. born abt 1832 in Ga., died March 24, 1886 Lee County,
Texas, married Sarah Minerva Edwards aug. 27, 1858 in Burleson county, Texas
(2) Mary F. Williamson born about 1837 in Ga. (3) Martha Jane Williamson born
abt 1838, Ga. (4) Emma Ann Williamson born Oct. 29, 1839 in Alabama, died July
6, 1912 Fisher County, Texas, married Mr. Butler (5) Permelia (Meam)
Williamson born June 7, 1842 Ala., died March 1918 Fisher County, Texas, never
married (6) Willis McClendon Williamson born July 4, 1845 Ala., died July 26,
1905 Fisher County, Texas, never married. (7) Nannie E. Williamson born 1848
Ala., died 1931 Fisher County, Texas, married David Milton Hughes, and (8)
Josephine Williamson born Aug. 17, 1851, died January 15, 1925 Lee County,
Texas, married William Dalrymple.
James R.M. Williamson born abt 1832. He and wife Sara Minerva had
following children:
(1) Minnie F. Williamson born about 1866, married a Mr. Sealy
(2) Mary J. Willimason born about 1869
(3) Rufus Leonard Williamson born Aug. 17, 1871 Lee County, Texas, died Oct.
5, 1933, Fisher County, Texas, married Hannah Katurah Terrell
(4) Emma C. Williamson born Dec. 4, 1872, died Jan. 15, 1954, married Eugene
A. Hawkins
(5) Grace E. Williamson born 1875, died Fisher county, Texas, married Joseph
Miller
(6) Sallie M. Williamson born Feb. 14, 1878, died Jan. 26, 1962, married John
T. Crowley
(7) James R. Williamson born april 10, 1881, died Dec. 22, 1952 Fisher County,
Texas, married Nanny Kendall.
Anyone with any help or suggestions, I would greatly appreciate it.
Thanks
Kay Story

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