Shirley, No need to apologize.I have done the same thing myself. I am still trying to sort things out with the Jouett Family.
What I have on William Jouett was he was the son of John Jouett and Mourning Harris.William married Wilma Wilcoxin."William was the black sheep of the Jouet family, in that at the age of aproximately fourteen he was responsible for a young girl of approximately the same age being pregnant.A forced marriage to Wilma Wilcoxin occurred. The Wilcoxin family were not socially acceptable to the Jouet family, thus William was disowned by the John Jouet, Mourning Harris Jouet family.The result of that pregnancy was William Jouet, Junior, whom Captain Jack brought to Kentucky in 1782 in order that young William, age fourteen, could have a new life.The name William Jouet will not be found in the annals of the John Jouet, Sr. family, though records on file in the DAR Library, Washington, DC list him as a son of John and Mourning Harris Jouet, of Albemarle County, Virginia.William was a soldier of the 10th Continental Line, during the American Revolution.Neither he, nor son, William, Jr. are mentioned in the will of John Jouet, Sr."Think perhaps, your cousin Jo might have posted the aboveonline somewhere.I found quite of bit of good information online that she had posted.I am very sorry to hear of her passing. That is about all I have on William the son of John and Mourning Jouett. If you need any information on any of the Jouett lines, I may be able to help you. Nancy