Re: [rich-scot-nc] no e-mail?
- Thank you, Myrtle. How I would love to be able to coordinate the web
site, but I just don't have the time. Has anyone posted a request
for a coordinator? There may be someone out there just looking for
something to do.
Best to you...Freda
On Oct 29, 2007, at 6:01 PM, Myrtle Bridges wrote:
Hi Freda, As far as I know Scotland County NCGenWeb site is 'adoptable'.
Wouldn't you like to coordinate it? Thanks, Myrtle
The Richmond-Scotland County Historical-Genealogical Societies are
actively seeking new members. Please consider joining any of these
societies, your small subscription fee will help the cause of
Historical Preservation and Genealogical Research.
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- Yes, There is a note at the bottom of the page link on last email. If you
know of anyone please ask them to respond to Denise. She has asked me, but I
already host four county sites, and my own personal site. No time left for
me either. Any additional Williamson data? Myrtle
- Does anyone know the name of Thomas Williamson's wife? He is the son
of Isaac and Sarah Woodle Williamson, born ca 1810? I have the info
below about Thomas. Did he have a daughter named "Ann?"
Any info will be helpful. Freda Roberson Noble
"Thomas purchased a word dictionary (2 vol.s), Asbury Journals, 3
vols., a man’s saddle, a silver watch gig and appurtenances from his
father’s estate. He received 250.00 from the will.
Thomas may have had a daughter named Ann Williamson. A marriage notice
published April 13, 1837 in Fayetteville Observer reads: Married in
Richmond County on the 3rd, Mr. Albran W. Moody, of Rockingham, to Miss
Ann Williamson, daughter of Thomas Williamson.
Notes for JOHN WILLIAMSON:
"I also give to my Nephew John Williamson one rifel (sic) gun. I also
to my Nephew Thomas Williamson one man's saddle....." Source: Last
Testament of Shadrick/Shadrack. Williamson of Richmond County, NC ,
Researching my USA Southern families: Rober(t)son, Blakely, Bonner,
Wright, Solomon, Godbold, Sills, Thornton, Regan, Sims, Jones,