Williams, Robert b. October 30, 1766 d. January 25, 1836 Governor of Mississippi Territory. He received a liberal private education, studied law, and became an attorney. In 1796 he was elected as a Democratic-Republican to the US House of Representatives and served three terms, 1797 to 1803. In 1803 President Thomas Jefferson appointed Williams to the federal commission empowered to determine the legitimacy of land claims in the recently...[Read More] (Bio by: Bill McKern) Bon Aire Plantation, De Siard, Ouachita Parish, Louisiana, USA Plot: Present day site of the Baptist Children's Home and Sellers Baptist Maternity Home. Exact location of grave not known.