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Re: Lookup for 1850 Choctaw census: Williams
Posted by: Charles Smith (ID *****3185) Date: September 21, 2004 at 13:11:53
In Reply to: Re: Lookup for 1850 Choctaw census: Williams by Jay Stein of 521

Jay: good to hear from you! I was beginning to worry about your health.

Intersting stuff you found about Anson. Keep me posted.

I can't remember what I told you about Red Hill, except maybe that it is the only cemetery where I have found any of the early Williams settlers - namely George W. and Mary. It is located at T21N R7E S20. An interesting old cemetery, easy to get to from two directions, and at an intersection. The Williams people are next to the road, first line inside the fence, facing the church.

Stay in touch.


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