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Re: Cincinnati O. Williams/Martin/West
Posted by: John West (ID *****0597) Date: February 03, 2008 at 20:07:18
In Reply to: Re: Cincinnati O. Williams/Martin/West by Rose Marie Price of 755

I am very confident that Nancy B. Williams' mother Nancy West is related to my Thomas West, Jr. either his sister or his niece. I believe that this James S. Williams is closely related to my Cincinnati O. Williams (b. Dec 1825 I believe that Cincinnati's mother is Susanna Williamsmarried a James Williams in 24 Apr 1823 [probable son of James S. Williams] (she was previously married to Abner Braxton then to Joshua S. O'Daniel, Sr. in 21 Dec 1813). Susanna Williams was born Susanna Grisham. I am very confident, now, that I have enough circumstantial proof to say that it seems that Cincinnati O. Williams is the daughter of Susannah Grisham & James Williams (the probable son of James S. Williams & Nancy West.) Cincinnati married William Ellis West, the great grandson of Thomas West, Jr. (possibly the brother or uncle of Nancy West that married James S. Williams who may be the grandparents of Cincinnati). Records go back & forth to Todd & Christian Counties. Cincinnati is buried in O'Daniel Cemetery in Northeastern Christian Co., KY very close (possibly the next farm) to where William & Cincinnati lived.

This may not help you much, but it does attempt to bring some of this family together. I would be interested in more information about John Miller and Nancy B. Williams. When did they go to Trigg Co. and when did they leave Trigg and then go to Calloway Co.? Where did they die? Some of my West family moved to Calloway & Graves Co., KY.


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