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John and Chloe (WILDER) WILLIAMS
Posted by: KITTY BIVEN HOFFMAN (ID *****4276) Date: August 17, 2008 at 15:32:43
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Seeking information on John WILLIAMS and his wife, Chloe WILDER. Both John and Chloe were from Onslow Co., NC. They lived in the Back Swamp/None Mile area of Onslow Co., and in Duplin Co., NC. (see Duplin Co. NC, Deed Bk 1 A, p 439, 1787). Details of the WILDER Family are printed in the Onslow Co., NC Heritage Book. Chloe was not mentioned in the Heritage book. However, she was mentioned in her father's will. Chloe was the d/o Hopkins WILDER. Hopkins WILDER named children: Jonathan, Joel, Jesse, Jeremiah, Keziah Brown, Mary Ann Crocker, Lety Whaley, and Cloe Williams in his will date 8 April 1782, probated in 1792.

Children of John and Chloe (WILDER) WILLIAMS were: Sereny, Stepehn, darkis, sarah, Dolley, Richard, and Hopkins WILLIAMS. Children were named in John's will of 1792, Onslow Co., NC.

My source for all of the above information was complied in the book: John WILLIAMS (1745-1792), Onslow County, NC: Descendants of his sons Hopkins WILLIAMS (1790 - 1866) and Stephen Decatur WILLIAMS (1775-1862), Duplin Co., NC. by A. Kellon Maready, 1977.

Would like to know the name of Chloe's mother, the parents of John WILLIAMS, and descendants of their other children as Hopkins and Stephen were covered in the Maready book.

Kitty Biven Hoffman

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