1790 Granville Co NC Census – Williams

1790 Granville County, North Carolina Census Report

There were 14 WILLIAMS families listed on this report. At the time of this post, the 1790 images were not available to view online at ancestry.com.

Name and Film No. information:

Capt Williams Roll: M637_7; Page: 92; Family History Library Film: 0568147.
Charles Williams Roll: M637_7; Page: 91; Family History Library Film: 0568147.
Daniel Williams Roll: M637_7; Page: 90; Family History Library Film: 0568147.
Gideon Williams Roll: M637_7; Page: 90; Family History Library Film: 0568147.
Jeremiah Williams Roll: M637_7; Page: 90; Family History Library Film: 0568147.
Jno Williams Roll: M637_7; Page: 90; Family History Library Film: 0568147.
John Williams Roll: M637_7; Page: 89; Family History Library Film: 0568147.
Nath Williams Roll: M637_7; Page: 91; Family History Library Film: 0568147.
Sam Williams Roll: M637_7; Page: 90; Family History Library Film: 0568147.
Solomon Williams Roll: M637_7; Page: 92; Family History Library Film: 0568147.
Thomas Williams Roll: M637_7; Page: 88; Family History Library Film: 0568147.
Thos Williams Roll: M637_7; Page: 91; Family History Library Film: 0568147.
Walter Williams Roll: M637_7; Page: 89; Family History Library Film: 0568147.
William Williams Roll: M637_7; Page: 89; Family History Library Film: 0568147.

1790 Caswell Co NC Census – Williams

1790 Caswell County, North Carolina Census Report

There were 10 WILLIAMS families listed on this report. At the time of this post, the 1790 images were not available to view online at ancestry.com.

Name and Film No. information:

Bennett Williams Roll: M637_7; Page: 82; Family History Library Film: 0568147.
Col Williams Roll: M637_7; Page: 82; Family History Library Film: 0568147.
Daniel Williams Roll: M637_7; Page: 82; Family History Library Film: 0568147.
Elizabeth Williams Roll: M637_7; Page: 82; Family History Library Film: 0568147.
Jacob Williams Roll: M637_7; Page: 81; Family History Library Film: 0568147.
James Williams Roll: M637_7; Page: 79; Family History Library Film: 0568147.
Jerremiah Williams Roll: M637_7; Page: 82; Family History Library Film: 0568147.
John Williams Roll: M637_7; Page: 82; Family History Library Film: 0568147.
Thomas Williams Roll: M637_7; Page: 83; Family History Library Film: 0568147.
Tobias Williams Roll: M637_7; Page: 83; Family History Library Film: 0568147.

1777 Tax Lists Caswell County NC – Williams

In 1777 Caswell County, NC consisted of 6 districts – Richmond, Gloucester, St. David’s, St. Luke’s, St. James, and Nash. In 1792, St. Lawrence, St. Luke’s, St. James, and Nash counties became Person County.

According to the 1777 Caswell County Tax list, there were 8 Williams men being taxed:

St. David’s District – Henry Williams was taxed for 3722 acres, 6 white polls, and 6 black polls; Colonel John Williams was taxed for 1299 acres, 0 white polls, and 0 black polls

Gloucester District – 0 Williams families were taxed

St. James’ District – George Williams was taxed and Thomas Williams was taxed for 194 acres, 17 white polls and 6 black polls

St. Lukes District – Benjamin Williams was taxed

Nash District – Benjamin Williams and John Williams were taxed

Richmond District – William Williams

Source: Caswell Co., NC List of Taxables for 1777, 1780, & 1784 , microfilm, North Carolina State Archives, Call No. 020.70001

1784 Tax Lists Caswell County NC – Williams

In 1784 Caswell County, NC consisted of 8 districts – Richmond, Caswell, Gloucester, St. David’s, St. Lawrence, St. Luke’s, St. James, and Nash. In 1792, Caswell County was split into two counties – Caswell and Person. St. Lawrence, St. Luke’s, St. James, and Nash counties became Person County in 1792.

According to the 1784 Caswell County Tax list, there were 5 Williams men being taxed:

Richmond District – 0 Williams families were taxed

Caswell District – 0 Williams families were taxed

Gloucester District – 0 Williams families were taxed

St. David’s District – John Williams, Att, taxed for 1500 acres on Country Line Creek, 1 white poll and 6 black polls

St. Lawrence’s District – Tobias Williams taxed for 0 acres, and 1 white poll (0 black polls) and William Williams taxed for 163.5 acres on Cane Creek, 1 white poll and 0 black polls

St. Luke’s District – 0 Williams families were taxed

St. James’ District – Bennett Williams was taxed for 231 acres on Deep, 1 white poll and 0 black polls

Nash District – John Williams was taxed for 0 acres, 1 white poll and 0 black polls

Source:Caswell County NC Will Books 1777 – 1814, and 1814-1843 (Abstracts), 1784 Tax List, Guardian Records, etc… by Katherine Kerr Kendall (searchable online at ancestry.com); abstracted from the NC State Archives, Book C.R. 020.701.1, Compiled by Henry E. Kendall

The Will of Daniel Williams, Granville Co., NC (1759)

Here is the will of Daniel Williams of Granville Co., NC. Daniel Williams was married to Ursula Henderson. They were the parents of my Henry Williams of Caswell Co., NC. I found two other Williams wills in Granville Co but I am not sure how they connect if at all to my Daniel Williams family. They are William Williams and Thomas Williams.

Williams, Daniel–wills to wife 3 negroes loaned to her for her lifetime, 12 cattle, one horse, feather bed and furniture, household goods, which I do not give away herafter, and at her death to be equally divided between my seven children: Merya Goodman, Henry Williams, John Williams, James Williams, Joseph Williams, Mary Mitchell, Daniel Williams; to my son-in-law Benjamin Goodman, 200 acres of landing being the land whereon he now lives at Capt. Mitchells line; to son John Williams, 350 acres which I purchased of Richard Bullock; to sons James and Joseph Williams, 800 acres of land in Halifax county, Virginia to be equally divided between them; to son Daniel Williams, 400 acres being land and plantation whereon I now live; to daughter Marya Goodman, for her lfietime, 3 negroes and, at her death, to go to her children; to son Henry Williams, 2 negroes and the use of a mullatto fellow to serve to age 21 years; to son John, 3 n3groes; to son James, 3 negroes; to daughter Mary Mitchell, 4 negroes; to son Daniel, 4 negroes; to my wife Ursula William, I lend for her lifetime 6 sheep, 12 hogs and, at her death, to be divided to my seven children; to my youngest children, James, Joseph, Mary Mitchell, and Daniel Williams, all rest of cattle, sheep, and hogs to divide between them; to son James, a horse and a feather bed and furniture; to son Joseph, a stallion, a feather bed and furniture; to daughter Mary Mitchell, a horse; to son Daniel Williams a horse and a mare, a feather bed and furniture; to son James Williams, land on Anderson swamp containing 400 acres; to son Joseph, land on Hico road and branches of Island creek—400 acres; my executors are to sell my crop of tobacco and pay my debts and to get 8000 ten penny nails and 8000 eight penny nails and give them to James and Joseph Williams and whereas Henry Williams and Marya Goodman have had pewter bought for them, it is my desire that John, James, Joseph, Mary Mitchell, and Daniel are to have pewter bought for them in equal amount by my executors and if any surplus from these sale, to be divided in eight parts for my wife and children; after wife’s death, all that is left to be divided to them.Exrs: my wife, Ursula Williams, John and James Williams

Wts: Luke Waldrup, William Sims

Source: Abstracts Of Granville County, NC, Unrecorded wills, 1746-1771, by Zae Gwynn
Page 64–Nov. 15, 1759–proved Dec. court 1759

The Will of William Williams, Granville Co., NC (1763)

Williams, William–wills to son Charles Williams 250 acres of land on south side of Tarr river, also my part of the wagon and the two horses belonging to the wagon, a feather bed and furniture; to son Stephen Williams, plantation whereon I now live containing the 143 acres on north side of Tarr river and a feather bed and furniture, a horse and my saddle; to daughter Lucy Pitman, wife of Samuel Pitman, 5 shillings; my wife Elizabeth to have use of plantation and dwelling house whereon I now live for as long as she is my widow or for life and at her death, the land to go to the aforesaid Stephen Williams; the movable property divided between Charles and Stephen Williams.

Exrs: my son Charles Williams and friend Francis Fowler

Wts: John Williams, John Morris

 
Source: Abstracts Of Granville County, NC, Unrecorded wills, 1746-1771, by Zae Gwynn
Page 66-April 3, 1763–proved Feb. 1765
 
 

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Caswell County, NC Land Grants – WILLIAMS

Henry Williams
File no. 1127, 100 acres, Entry no. 1184, entered 1 Nov 1780; Grant no. 1086, issued 27 Nov 1793; Book 81, p. 258; Located on Nats fork of Country Line Creek.

File no. 435, 700 acres, Entry no. 728, entered 17 Mar 1779; Grant no. 596, issued 13 Oct 1783; Book 53, p. 21, Located on the waters of Stony Creek.

File no. 37, 127 acres, Entry no. 65, entered 9 June 1778; Grant no. 37, issued 3 Mar 1779; Book 35, p. 37; Located on the waters of Stony Creek.

File no. 66, 216 acres, Entry no. 252, entered 4 Sept 1778; Grant no. 66, issued 3 Mar 1779; Book 35, p. 66; Located on some sm branches of Shaws, Toms, and Stoney Creek.

John Williams
File no. 383, 500 acres, Entry no. 249, entered 3 Sep 1778, grant no. 381, issued 29 Oct 1782; Book 43, p. 239; Located on the waters of Country line Creek and Horsley’s Creek

File no. 384, 243 acres, Entry no. 1183, entered 1 Nov 1780, Grant no. 382, issued 29 Oct 1782, Book no. 43, p. 240; Located on both sides of Harts Road

File no. 383, 200 acres, Entry no. 761, entered 23 Apr 1779, grant no. 413, issued 13 Oct 1783, book no. 54, p. 283, Located on Houseley’s Creek

File no. 579, 110 acres, Entry no. 820, entered 28 Jul 1779, grant no. 484, issued 13 Oct 1783, book no. 54, p. 311; Located on the waters of Hogans Creek

File no. 958, 222 acres, entry no. 819, entered 28 Jul 1779, grant no. 955, issued 18 Aug 1787; Book 68, p. 111, located on the head of Rockey Branch and waters of Stoney Creek

Nathan Williams
File no. 1192, 90 acres, Entry no. 1434, entered -, Grant no. 1154, issued 18 Dec 1799; Book 105, p. 270; Located on the waters of S. Fork of County Line.

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