LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY MARRIAGES
Reuben Williams married Tabitha McMullen
25 January 1849
Reuben Williams married Annetta White
9 November 1876
1850 LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY
D. R., 57, VA
Philadelp, 55, VA
Ruben, 28, born KY
M. B., 3/12, female
1860 LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY
Tabitha B., 26
Mary Bell, 10
Thos. Y., 8
SEMI-WEEKLY INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY.
Tuesday, June 1, 1897
Among the graves in New Waynesburg Cemetery are those of Littleton Salliers, who fought in the revolutionary war; Wm. Stringer in the war with Mexico, and George Williams, in the war of 1812. The latter was the father of Mr. Reuben Williams.
THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY.
Friday, March 19, 1909
Page 1 Waynesburg
Mr. Reuben Williams, of McKinney, is visiting his sister, Mrs. Margaret Smith.
Friday, September 30, 1910
It was our good fortune which offered us much pleasure to meet the venerable Mr. Reuben Williams of McKinney a few days since. He served through the Mexican War at the age of 20, and now at the age of 85 is as straight as an arrow and is a well preserved man for that age, in fact he does not look over 65. He is said to be the only survivor in Central Kentucky.
(Kentuckiana Digital Library)
George W Williams (1785 - 1879)
Nancy Williams (1784 - 1879)
Nettie Bibb Williams (1848 - 1906)
Thomas J Williams (1852 - 1878)*
Margaret A Williams Smith (1824 - 1916)*
Ruben Williams (1825 - ____)
Mexican War Veteran
(shared stone with Nettie & Thomas)
Buffalo Springs Cemetery
Plot: Section 1
Created by: Joyce Tinsley
Record added: Jul 16, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 93698552