|Susan Orr (#47921878)|
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|G. Mounger||RE: John and Rebecca Williams wedding date|
John and Rebecca last two children, Thomas b. 1842, and Milton King, b. 1843, were both born Missouri, more than likely Jasper County, so Rebecca is more than likely buried in that area somewhere.
John who was than a widower married a widow Mary Polly Burris, Crabtree, 28 Jan 1847, Jasper County, MO. They and children were enumerated in the 1850 Cen. Jasper Co., Missouri Sarcoxie Jackson Twp. By 1860 Cen. Collin Co., Texas Pct 2 Highland P. O.. Collin County, is where they lived out their lives. They are buried in the Stiff Chapel Cemetery there. In fact I live about 1/4 mile from the cemetery.
Which of Martha Jane Williams Farley do you descend from?
|G. Mounger||John Williams and wife Rebecca, marriage|
Hi Susan, I am not Rebecca, but to answer your question to the possibility of the Estill, KY marriage of a John Williams and Rebecca Stevens on 30 Dec 1823, I do not believe that this marriage is them. John Williams would only be about 12 years old on this date, and I am sure that Rebecca would be close to her age or younger.
With this said John and Rebecca are more than likely the family that was found in Overton County, Tennessee in the 1840 cen. Before 1850 they or should I say the family is in MO. We believe that Rebecca possibly died at the birth of Milton King Williams. In fact she might have been Rebecca King, but no proof at this time still.
I am a descendent of John and Mary Polly Burris Crabtree Williams.
Hope this helps.
|David Qualls||RE: McKee|
I was wondering if you have a picture of Ollie Bell "Qualls" McKee. My parents thought they had one but I have searched through their pictures and can't find one. I am working on an ancestry book. Would love to have pictures of her children as well if possible. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org That is a zero after my name. I would appreciate it