Pvt Francis Thomas Williams


Pvt Francis Thomas Williams

Poolesville, Montgomery County, Maryland, USA
Death 3 Nov 1906 (aged 61)
Poolesville, Montgomery County, Maryland, USA
Burial Beallsville, Montgomery County, Maryland, USA
Plot Row H, Lot 1 Upper, Site 5
Memorial ID 10520629 View Source

- John Thomas Williams [1817-1863]
- Ann Mariah (Talbott) Williams [1817-1889]

Married (1) Georgia Griffith on January 24, 1882, by Rev W Watts in the ME Church South in Poolesville, MD.

- Julia May [1882-1882]

Married (2), Mary Louise "Mollie" Dawson on October 22, 1896 in Montgomery County, MD.

- Francis G. [1898-1898]

Francis Thomas Williams was a Private in Lt. Col. Elijah Veirs White's "Comanches" - 35th Battalion, Virginia Cavalry, Company B, during the Civil War (Confederate States of America - CSA).

• wounded 4/25/1863, Greenland Gap
• wounded 5/5/1864, Wilderness
• in Charlottesville Hospital and Staunton Hospitals during 1864
• paroled in April 1865, Edwards Ferry• paroled on May 20, 1865, Edwards Ferry

Baltimore Sun, November 4, 1906

Boyds, Md. November 3 – Frank T. Williams, of Poolesville, died suddenly at his home about 8 o'clock last night of heart failure. He was about 65 years old. He was a Confederate veteran, having served in the Civil War in Colonel White's battalion, Thirty-fifth Virginia Calvalry. He was twice married. His first wife was Miss Georgia Griffith, daughter of the late Howard Griffith, and Miss Dawson, daughter of the late Nicholas Dawson, of Darnestown, Md. His brothers are ex-Sheriff Arthur Williams and John Henry Williams. Mrs. Horace Davis is his sister.

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35th Regiment Virginia Cavalry CSA

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