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MCCONNELL, Charles and Jane MCWILLIAMS bc1830 IRE>Iowa Co., WI
Posted by: Kara McWilliams (ID *****4418) Date: February 04, 2006 at 11:34:09
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Does anyone know anything more about this family? Jane was the dau of Robert and Jane MCWILLIAMS and sister of Robert, Samuel, and PRob. John MCWILLIAMS.


Descendants of Robert McWilliams


Generation No. 1

1. ROBERT1 MCWILLIAMS. He married JANE ?.



Notes for JANE ?:
1880 United States Census
Census Place Mineral Point, Iowa, Wisconsin
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Jane MC CONNELL Self M Female W 50 IRELAND Keeping House IRELAND IRELAND
James MC CONNELL Son S Male W 21 WI Brakeman On R.R. IRELAND IRELAND
Eliza MC CONNELL Dau S Female W 19 WI At Home IRELAND IRELAND
Jane MC WILLIAMS Mother W Female W 73 IRELAND No Occupation IRELAND IRELAND

       
Children of ROBERT MCWILLIAMS and JANE ? are:
2.       i.       ROBERT JOHN2 MCWILLIAMS, b. 1822, County Donegal, Ireland; d. August 15, 1874.
       ii.       PROB. JOHN MCWILLIAMS, b. Bet. 1815 - 1820, Ireland; m. MARY O'KANE, 1858, Iowa Co., WI.

Notes for PROB. JOHN MCWILLIAMS:
Here are some Excerps taken from the "Home Intelligencer" newspaper published in Mineral Point, Wi. 1859-1865.

The fields are Name/ Additional Name if any/Event/Date of event/Additional notes/Newspaper code/ Date of newspaper.


McWilliams, John Farmer's Guard rank: Private H.I. 21 sept 1861

Iowa Co. History Book.
>John MCWILLIAMS-sec 27; P.O. Moscow; owns 260 acres of land, value at =
>@20 per acre; born in Ireland in 1815, and came to America in 1837; =
>settled in Madison Co., N.Y., where he worked at his trade (shoemaking) =
>some eight years; in 1846, he emigrated to this county, and has been a =
>resident since 1848; in 1858, he married Mary O'Kane, a native of =
>Ireland. Mr. M. learned the shoemaking trade at Clough Mills, Ireland, =
>which business he followed until he settled on his present farm.

McWilliams, J. p. 706
Officers of the Southwestern Wisconsin Industrial Association, organized May 8, 1871, to encourage agricultural and mechanical pursuits. Purchased land in Mineral Point, which became the fairgrounds. Association ran the tricounty(Iowa, LaFayette, Grant) fair'
in 1873, J. McWilliams was one of the vice-presidents;


3.       iii.       SAMUEL G. MCWILLIAMS, b. Abt. 1824, Ireland.
4.       iv.       JANE MCWILLIAMS, b. Abt. 1830.


Generation No. 2

2. ROBERT JOHN2 MCWILLIAMS (ROBERT1) was born 1822 in County Donegal, Ireland, and died August 15, 1874. He married (1) MARY WILLIAMS March 02, 1849 in Iowa Co., WI, daughter of POSS. WILLIAMS and POSS. ?. He married (2) ROSE ANN COURTNEY August 24, 1852 in Mineral Point, Iowa Co., WI, daughter of JOHN COURTNEY and ELIZABETH ?.

Notes for ROBERT JOHN MCWILLIAMS:
Robert J. McWilliams Northern Ireland 621


Name Section Town Range Plat Publisher Date
MCWILLIAMS, John 27 5 5 E.T. & W.J. Wrigglesworth 1870
MCWILLIAMS, P. 7 8 1 E.T. & W.J. Wrigglesworth 1870
MCWILLIAMS, R. 34 5 5 E.T. & W.J. Wrigglesworth 1870
MCWILLIAMS, Robt. 31 5 5 E.T. & W.J. Wrigglesworth 1890
MCWILLIAMS, S. 27 5 4 E.T. & W.J. Wrigglesworth 1870

1850 Town of Linden - Iowa Co., WI
>735 Robert MCWILLIAMS 25 M Shoe Maker 450 Ireland
> ? " 20 FEngland
> Hanah E. " 9/12 FWisconsin
>1850 Town of Waldewick - Iowa Co., WI
>541 John MCWILLIAMS 34 M Farmer 640 Ireland
> Samuel " 24 M ""
> Terressa " 21 FIreland
> ?ancy " 66 F"
> Hugh " 9/12 MWis.>
>1860 Waldewick -Iowa Co., WI
Also please note in this census there seems to be McDonnell neighbors next to Sam & Robert McWilliams
>34-34 Robert MCWILLIAMS 38 M W Farmer $2000 $400 Ireland
> Rosanah " 29 F W>New York State
> Ann Eliza " 11 F W>Wisconsin
> John " 3 M W>Wisconsin
> Daniel MCILLHATTAS?12 M W>Wisconsin
>42-42 John MCWILLIAMS 40 M W Farmer $1500 $250 Ireland
> Mary " 40 F W>"
>47-47 Samuel MCWILLIAMS 36 M W Farmer Ireland
> Sarah Theresa " 28 F W>Ireland
> Hugh " 10 M W>Wisconsin
> Francis " 7 M W>Wisconsin
> Mary Ellen " 5 F W>Wisconsin
> John McKenna " 3 M W>Wisconsin
> James Samuel " 1/12 M W>Wisconsin
>1870 Town of Moscow - Iowa Co., WI
>96-95 MCWILLIAMS, John 54 M W Farmer 6700
>2500 Ireland
> " Mary 50 F W Keeping
>house Ireland
> McHatten, Inrid 21 M WWisconsin
> Buckley, Eliza 18 F W School
>teacher Wisconsin
>135-133 MCWILLIAMS, Robert 48 M W Farmer 5000>1500Ireland
> " Rosanna 39 F W Keeping house
>Ireland " Ann E. 20 F
>WWisconsin
> " John 13 M W Farm
>laborer Wisconsin

Town of Moscow1860-Robert McWilliams, Treasurer
>1862-Robert McWilliams, Treasurer1866-Robert McWilliams, Treasurer
>1874-Robert McWilliams, Clerk; at his death during August, 1874, John =
>Leonard was appointed Town Clerk.

Declaration of Intent 24 NOV 1847 Territory of WI - County of Iowa
Naturalization Record - Iowa series 26 -District court Iowa Co., WI - Vol. 4 - p. 475

Congress passed the first law regulating naturalization in 1790 (1 Stat. 103). As a general rule, naturalization was a two-step process that took a minimum of 5 years. After residing in the United States for 2 years, an alien could file a "declaration of intent" (so-called "first papers") to become a citizen. After 3 additional years, the alien could "petition for naturalization." After the petition was granted, a certificate of citizenship was issued to the alien. These two steps did not have to take place in the same court.
The second major exception to the general rule was that, from 1824 to 1906, minor aliens who had lived in the United States 5 years before their 23rd birthday could file both their declarations and petitions at the same time.

Notes for MARY WILLIAMS:
Area of Mineral Point, Iowa Co., WI had a large number of Cornish miners / settlers in the early 1800s.
If you come across the following, would appreciate learning more.
Jane, b. abt. 1833, dau of John and Julia Williams.
Jane m. Nelson Lathrop in 1854.
Possible younger "sisters"?, Charlotte and Sophia Williams, living with Jane and Nelson in 1860.
According to census and marriage certif., all Williams are from England.


Notes for ROSE ANN COURTNEY:
McWilliams, Anna Rose
North Platte Telegraph, 21 Sep 1916

Aged Resident of North Platte Passes Away at Home Tuesday Night

Mrs. Anna Rose McWilliams, 87 years old, died last evening at the home of her daughter-in-law, Mrs. J.R. McWilliams, 323 West Sixth Street. She had been a resident of North Platte for thirty-three years; coming here with her husband in 1885. Mr. McWilliams died several years ago. Her only son, John McWilliams, was killed in an automobile accident two years ago.

Funeral services will be held from the Catholic church at 9:30 o’clock tomorrow morning. Rev. Patrick McDaid officiating. Burial will be at the Catholic cemetery.


McIlhon, C. W., 866

Rose MC WILLIAMS Household
Female

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Other Information:
Birth Year <1831>
Birthplace WI
Age 49
Occupation Hotel Keeper
Marital Status W <Widowed>
Race W <White>
Head of Household Rose MC WILLIAMS
Relation Self
Father's Birthplace IRELAND
Mother's Birthplace IRELAND

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1880 Federal census
Source Information:
Census Place Mineral Point, Iowa, Wisconsin
Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Rose MC WILLIAMS Self W Female W 49 WI Hotel Keeper IRELAND IRELAND
Ann Eliza MC WILLIAMS Dau S Female W 28 WI At Home IRELAND ENGLAND
John R. MC WILLIAMS Son S Male W 23 WI Retail Liquor Dealer IRELAND WI
John MELOY Other S Male W 32 IRELAND Bar Tender/Bourder IRELAND IRELAND

There is a Rose Ann Cortney age 20, born NY, in Mineral Point. (No
occupation
or relationship listed.) She lives with a physician J. H. Duran age 28
born
England and Elizabeth Duran age 25, England. (Census date July 21,
1850.)
Duran or Huran is indexed Vwian.




       
Child of ROBERT MCWILLIAMS and MARY WILLIAMS is:
       i.       ANN ELIZA3 MCWILLIAMS, b. Abt. 1849, WI.
       
Child of ROBERT MCWILLIAMS and ROSE COURTNEY is:
5.       ii.       JOHN ROBERT3 MCWILLIAMS, b. March 18, 1857, Moscow, Iowa Co., WI; d. May 28, 1914, North Platte, NE.

3. SAMUEL G.2 MCWILLIAMS (ROBERT1) was born Abt. 1824 in Ireland. He married (1) TERESA A. MCKENNA, daughter of FRANCIS MCKENNA and SARAH O'NEIL. He married (2) BRIDGET MALONEY September 07, 1873 in Mineral Point, Iowa Co., WI, daughter of WILLIAM MALONEY and CATHERINE ?.

Notes for SAMUEL G. MCWILLIAMS:
Town of>Moscow
>1866-Samuel McWilliams, TreasurerSouthwestern Wisconsin Industrial>Association
>1873-Vice President, J. McWilliams

From Commemorative Biographical Record of the Counties of Rock, Green, Grant, Iowa and Lafayette, Wisconsin, publ. 1901- page 445-446

MICHAEL McKENNA, deceased. The founder of one of the most respected families of Platteville, Grant county, was Francis McKENNA, a native of Ireland, born in county Tyrone. He married Sarah O'NEIL, and after some years came with his little family to America, in the hope of providing better for his children.

Remaining in Pittsburgh, Penn., for a short time, Mr. McKENNA followed the influx of settlers then drifting toward Wisconsin, and settled at Mineral Point, on a farm, some time later securing what became the old homestead near Moscow, Iowa Co., Wis., owning at one time 1,300 acres of land. Francis MCKENNA was an educated man, and became one of the leading citizens of Moscow, where he and his wife died, leaving a family of four children: Anna, born in Ireland, married a Mr. COX, who resided at Moscow, but is now deceased; her daughter Ellen is the wife of Mr. MATSON, of Iona, Minn. Teresa, born in Ireland, married Samuel McWILLIAMS, of Iowa county, and had nine children, Hugh (a well-known lawyer in the State of Oregon), Frank (of Ashland, Oregon), Mary (Mrs. PHELAN, of Iowa), James, John (of Colorado), Sarah (of Colorado), Teresa, Michael and Jennie (all of Iowa). Eliza is deceased. Michael was the next in the family. John, born in Ireland, who resides with his family in Madison, Wis., is the only survivor of the family.

Michael McKENNA was a boy of eight years when he accompanied his parents to America. Attending the district school, he received a fair education, and remained with his parents on the farm until his marriage, Jan. 1, 1872 to Miss Mary L. EDDY, daughter of William W. and Eliza (MORGAN) EDDY, old and prominent pioneers of Lafayette county. William W. EDDY was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, married Miss Eliza MORGAN, a native of Vermont, and after their marriage, which took place at Manchester, Ill., where they became acquainted, they settled first at Apple River, Ill., where they lived several years. Leaving there, they made a permanent home in Yellow Stone, Lafayette Co., Wis., where they both died, the father in 1872, the mother in 1868. Six children were born to them, of whom Mrs. McKENNA and her bother Horace, of Kenosha, are the only survivors; the latter has a family of six children. Mrs. McKENNA was born in September, 1852, and was well educated, first in the district schools, later in the Sisters' Catholic School, at Mineral Point, and became one of the successful teachers in that town for a number of terms.

After marriage Mr. and Mrs. McKENNA settled down to agricultural life at the old homestead in Iowa county, known as "Riverside stock farm," which she and her family still own, remaining there until the death of Mr. McKENNA, Sept. 9, 1892. In 1896 the remaining members at home moved into Platteville, where they have a pleasant home. The father showed his devotion to his children by his care in advancing their educational opportunities, and the home is one of intelligence and refinement. The following children were born to our subject and wife: Frank J., born in December, 1873, was educated at Sacred Heart College, Watertown, Wis., later taking a course at the State University, Madison, and is now the competent manager of the Conrad Houser ranch in Dodge county, Wis.; the old homestead will soon be his permanent home. Hugh C., born in 1875, graduated in the class of 1898 at Platteville Normal School, and then entered the Medical Department of the State University, at Madison, where he was graduated in June 1900; he is at present a Sophomore in Rush Medical College, Chicago. Charles M., born in 1877, graduated from the Platteville State Normal School in the class of 1900, and is the principal of the eighth grade in the high school of Darlington. Mamie, born in 1879, graduated at the Platteville Normal School in June, 1900, is a teacher at Red Wood Falls, Minn. Alice, born in 1882, graduated from the Platteville Normal School in June 1900. John F., born in 1884, is a student of the Normal school. Alberta was born in 1887, and Joseph M. in 1891.

Politically Mr. McKENNA was a lifelong Democrat, and an active and influential politician, was a delegate to the State conventions, and held all the minor local offices in the gift of the party. Mr. McKENNA reared his family in the Roman Catholic faith, as he had been reared, and through life was a devout adherent of same, giving liberally of his means to its support, and as nearly as possible following its teachings. His family grew up to do him credit, and in all the locality surrounding the old home where he was known so well none speak of him except in terms of the highest praise. Mrs. McKENNA is still spared to her family, and takes pride in the education and advancement of her children, and in the honorable positions which they occupy in the community.


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This biography generously submitted by Carol Holmbeck

Tilden, Cherokee, Iowa
1880 United States Census

S. G. MCWILLIAMS Self M Male W 56 IRELAND Farmer IRELAND IRELAND
Bridget MCWILLIAMS Wife M Female W 31 IRELAND Keeping House IRELAND IRELAND
Michael P. MCWILLIAMS Son S Male W 15 WI At Home IRELAND IRELAND
Eliza J. MCWILLIAMS Dau S Female W 12 WI IRELAND IRELAND
Kate MCWILLIAMS Dau S Female W 6 IA IRELAND IRELAND
William MCWILLIAMS Son S Male W 1 WI IRELAND IRELAND
Theresa MCWILLIAMS Dau Female W 17 WI IRELAND IRELAND


Notes for BRIDGET MALONEY:
Bridget McWilliams found in:

Census Microfilm Records: Iowa, 1900
Bridget McWilliams found in:

Surname Given Name Age Sex Race Birthplace State County Location Year

MCWILLIAMS BRIDGET 51 F W IREL IA CHEROKEE 1-WD CHEROKEE 1900


Census Microfilm Records: Iowa, 1910

Surname Given Name Age Sex Race Birthplace State County Location Year

MCWILLIAMS BRIDGET 60 F W IREL IA CHEROKEE 1-WD CHEROKEE 1910

Bridget McWilliams found in:

Census Microfilm Records: Iowa, 1920
MCWILLIAMS BRIDGET 73 F W IREL IA CHEROKEE 1-WD; CHEROKEE 1920
       
Children of SAMUEL MCWILLIAMS and TERESA MCKENNA are:
       i.       HUGH3 MCWILLIAMS, b. Bet. October 02 - December, 1849, Mineral Point, Iowa Co., WI; d. 1931.
       ii.       FRANCIS MCWILLIAMS, b. Abt. 1853.
       iii.       MARY ELLEN MCWILLIAMS, b. Abt. 1855; m. ? PHELAN.
       iv.       JOHN MCKENNA MCWILLIAMS, b. April 19, 1857, Mineral Point, Iowa Co., WI.
       v.       JAMES SAMUEL MCWILLIAMS, b. May 1860.
       vi.       MICHAEL MCWILLIAMS.

Notes for MICHAEL MCWILLIAMS:
S. G. MCWILLIAMS Self M Male W 56 IRELAND Farmer IRELAND IRELAND
Bridget MCWILLIAMS Wife M Female W 31 IRELAND Keeping House IRELAND IRELAND
Michael P. MCWILLIAMS Son S Male W 15 WI At Home IRELAND IRELAND
Eliza J. MCWILLIAMS Dau S Female W 12 WI IRELAND IRELAND
Kate MCWILLIAMS Dau S Female W 6 IA IRELAND IRELAND
William MCWILLIAMS Son S Male W 1 WI IRELAND IRELAND
Theresa MCWILLIAMS Dau Female W 17 WI IRELAND IRELAND


       vii.       SARAH MCWILLIAMS.
       viii.       TERESA MCWILLIAMS.
       ix.       JENNIE MCWILLIAMS.
       x.       ANN ELIZA MCWILLIAMS, b. January 02, 1852; m. PATRICK MCCARRAGHR, June 08, 1881, Mineral Point, Iowa Co., WI.
       
Children of SAMUEL MCWILLIAMS and BRIDGET MALONEY are:
6.       xi.       WILLIAM3 MCWILLIAMS, b. 1874.
       xii.       KATE MCWILLIAMS, b. 1879.
       xiii.       PATRICK MCWILLIAMS, b. 1881.
       xiv.       BURT D. MCWILLIAMS, b. 1885.

4. JANE2 MCWILLIAMS (ROBERT1) was born Abt. 1830. She married CHARLES MCCONNELL.

Notes for JANE MCWILLIAMS:

(1870 U.S. Census)
WISCONSIN
Series: M593 Roll: 1718 Page: 226



Notes for CHARLES MCCONNELL:
MCCONNELL, CHARLES (1860 U.S. Census)
WISCONSIN , IOWA, MINERAL POINT
Age: 30, Male, Race: WHITE, Born: IREL
Series: M653 Roll: 1412 Page: 860


       
Children of JANE MCWILLIAMS and CHARLES MCCONNELL are:
       i.       MARY3 MCCONNELL, b. Abt. 1853.
       ii.       CHARLES MCCONNELL, b. Abt. 1856.
       iii.       JAMES MCCONNELL, b. Abt. 1859.
       iv.       ELIZA MCCONNELL, b. Abt. 1861.


Generation No. 3

5. JOHN ROBERT3 MCWILLIAMS (ROBERT JOHN2, ROBERT1) was born March 18, 1857 in Moscow, Iowa Co., WI, and died May 28, 1914 in North Platte, NE. He married ELIZABETH WALLACE January 30, 1888 in North Platte, Lincoln Co., NE, daughter of THOMAS WALLACE and MARGARET LOY.

Notes for JOHN ROBERT MCWILLIAMS:
McWilliams, John R.
Unknown North Platte Paper, 28 May 1914

John R. McWilliams was born in Moscow, Wis., March 18th, 1857. Bereft of a father when a small boy he made his home there with his widowed mother for a number of years, later locating in Mineral Point, Wis.

In his twenty-seventh year, he came to North Platte and entered the employ of the Union Pacific railroad company for whom he worked continuously for thirty years, being known as the most trusted, careful, and skillful engineers in the service.

On January 30th, 1888 he was united in marriage in this city to Miss Elizabeth Wallace of Hyland, Wis., and to this union were born three sons, Robert, Stephen and Wallace, and three daughters Misses Ethel, Minerva and Mrs. George Voseipka, who with his wife and aged mother are left to mourn him.

Mr. McWilliams came to his death in an accident at the Willow Street railroad crossing on Friday May 22nd while attempting to cross the tracks before the arrival of an east bound passenger train which was approaching. The automobile in which Mr. McWilliams and his wife were riding was struck by the engine and almost completely demolished.

Mr. McWilliams was killed instantly and Mrs. McWilliams received a number of injuries.

The death of this estimable man removed from our midst one of God's noblest characters and cast gloom and sorrow over the entire community for he had devoted his life to his mother, his family, his God and fellow beings and by his Christian manner had been an example to all.

He was a devout member of the Catholic church and made life's journey with full confidence and trust in his Maker.

During the long period of years that he was a highly respected resident of this city he constantly made and kept friends, gave a helping hand to those in need, comforting and brightening the lives of others and leading a life that brought him compensation.

His loss is keenly felt by the bereaved relatives, his church and those with whom he associated.

The funeral services were held at St. Patricks church on Monday morning and attended by a large crowd of sorrowing friends who also sent beautiful floral offerings.

Interment was made in the North Platte Cemetery. The deceased was a member of the B of L. E., K. of C., A.O.U.W. and L.O.O.M.

1880 United States Census

Census Place Mineral Point, Iowa, Wisconsin


John R. MC WILLIAMS Household
Male

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Other Information:
Birth Year <1857>
Birthplace WI
Age 23
Occupation Retail Liquor Dealer
Marital Status S <Single>
Race W <White>
Head of Household Rose MC WILLIAMS
Relation Son
Father's Birthplace IRELAND
Mother's Birthplace WI


MCWILLIAMS, JOHN A (1900 U.S. Census)
NEBRASKA , LINCOLN, 3-WD NORTH PLATTE
Age: 43, Male, Race: WHITE, Born: WI
Series: T623 Roll: 932 Page: 295



MCWILLIAMS, J R (1910 U.S. Census)
NEBRASKA , LINCOLN, 2-WD NORTH PLATTE
Age: 53, Male, Race: WHITE, Born: WI
Series: T624 Roll: 851 Page: 130


Notes for ELIZABETH WALLACE:
McWilliams, Mrs. J.R.
The Daily Bulletin, 3 May 1932

Mrs. J.R. McWilliams of this city, died in Council Bluffs, Sunday morning in the hospital in which she took treatments for several years. The remains were brought to the home of her daughter, Mrs. George Voseipka Monday. The funeral services will be held at 10 o’clock this morning at St. Patrick’s church of which she was a devoted and faithful member. Rev. Patrick McDaid officiating at the reqeuim mass. Interment will b in the North Platte cemetery beside her husband who died in May 1914. The pall bearers will be the sons and three son-in-laws; Robert, Stephen, Wallace McWilliams, George Voseipka, James McNeill and Frank Hahler. Miss Elizabeth Wallace was born May 5th, 1859 at Highland, Wis. January 31st, 1889 she was married in North Platte to John R. McWilliams who was killed in a car accident May 28th, 1914. Mrs. McWilliams is survived by three daughters Mrs. George Voseipka, Mrs. James McNiell and Mrs. Frank Hahler, three sons, Stephen McWilliams, Robert McWilliams and Wallace McWilliams and seven grand children. With the exception of Robert who resides at Green River all the children are residents of this city. Many beautiful floral offerings were sent by friends, who also extended their sympathy by their presence at the residence and the services.


       
Children of JOHN MCWILLIAMS and ELIZABETH WALLACE are:
       i.       MARY MAE4 MCWILLIAMS, b. May 22, 1889, North Platte, NE; d. June 26, 1965, North Platte, NE; m. GEORGE VOSIPKA.

Notes for GEORGE VOSIPKA:

Surname Given Name Age Sex Race Birthplace State County Location Year
VOSEIPKA GEORGE 33 M W IA NE LINCOLN 3-WD; NORTH PLATTE 1920

       ii.       ETHEL REGINA MCWILLIAMS, b. September 07, 1890, North Platte, NE; d. May 22, 1961; m. JIM MCNEILL.
7.       iii.       ROBERT JOHN MCWILLIAMS, b. September 07, 1891, North Platte, NE; d. Bet. 1970 - 1980, Montana in a Veterans Hospital.
8.       iv.       STEPHEN MCWILLIAMS, b. January 14, 1894; d. July 08, 1988.
9.       v.       MINERVA MCWILLIAMS, b. August 16, 1895; d. October 26, 1946, Omaha, NE.
10.       vi.       WALLACE J. MCWILLIAMS, b. February 09, 1903, North Platte, Nebraska; d. September 03, 1991, North Platte, Nebraska.

6. WILLIAM3 MCWILLIAMS (SAMUEL G.2, ROBERT1) was born 1874. He married JOSEPHINE ?.
       
Child of WILLIAM MCWILLIAMS and JOSEPHINE ? is:
       i.       MARY4 MCWILLIAMS.


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