Clydene Williams

AncientFaces Member since May 24, 2015

About: I have considerable research documented on my Williams, Wiler, Taylor, Risner and Gore Families. I'm always doing genealogy research.

Researching: Taylor, Williams, Phillips, Gore, Risner, Wiler

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Thomas Davis Williams is my 2nd GGFA who was born in MO but migrated to Fannin County, Texas. T. D. served in the Civil War and fought at Pea Ridge Battlefield. When he returned home afer the war, his beloved wife Hulda Sebastian had died. He remarried Martha Ford and they moved to Garfield, AR by 1870 where he built a flagstone house on Sugar Creed that is still extant.
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Clydene Williams That's a bad link (http://www.flicr.com/....
May 24, 2010 · posted to the photo Warren Percy Birge
Clydene Williams Where was this taken?
May 24, 2010 · posted to the photo Stagecoach rest stop
Clydene Williams I've heard all about the wood fueled steam thrashers. They were also used in Oklahoma before statehood by the Choctaw Indians. They would transport them from farm to farm for harvesting the wheat and grain crops. Glad to get to see one.
May 24, 2010 · posted to the photo William Buchanan and steam tractor
Clydene Williams I think the third man (from the left) standing in suit with hat and beard is Thomas Davis Williams. I have another picture of him and this picture sure looks like him. wmscan@att.net
Apr 28, 2010 · posted to the photo Providence Church Group
Clydene Williams Mary: I am very interested in your group photographs. My Robert Williams family lived in Garfield, AR on Sugar Creek from 1870 till the mid 1900's. I suspect that many of these children might be the children of Robert Williams. Can you contact me? Clydene
Apr 28, 2010 · posted to the photo Providence School Garfield Arkansas 1914
Clydene Williams Were there any other wagon train family surnames mentioned. This might help other!
Apr 28, 2010 · posted to the story Crossing The Plains in The 1860's
Clydene Williams Where was your Bowles Family from? I have Williams/Bowles marriage and my 2nd Great Grandmother was Nancy M. Bowles who married John Jefferson Williams in MO but she was born in TN. wmscan@att.net
Apr 15, 2010 · posted to the photo My Mother
Clydene Williams My new addy is: wmscan@att.net Clydene
Apr 15, 2010 · posted to the photo John James Williams