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Re: C P Williams, Overton
Posted by: Angie Smith (ID *****8702) Date: December 30, 2008 at 07:18:53
In Reply to: Re: C P Williams, Overton by Glynda Williams of 1121

Glynda, so good to hear from you. You list C P's name as Csoni (?); I have found him listed as Crone in the 1900 & 1910 Smith Co census (at least that is what it looks like) but mainly he went by C P. Anyway, I believe C P to be the son of John W & Elizabeth Williams which makes him my g-grandfather's (Thomas Benjamin) brother. In the 1860 Panola Co census and the 1870 Rusk Co census, C P is listed as Perviance. William S (Billy) is the oldest brother. Perviance (the older) Williams was the uncle to Billy, Thomas B and C P and the brother to John W.
C P was a witness for Billy on his Civil War pension - did not state that he was his brother. Billy and C P both were witnesses on Thomas' widow's (Josephine) pension.
I have just completed DNA testing using my maternal uncle and we match with the DNA testing performed on Perviance (Uncle) line. Keep in touch

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