Ms. Marble, We have been trying to e-mail you, but your old e-mail address - email@example.com - is no longer valid.Please be kind enough to e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are planning a meeting of Rev. Joseph Williams researchers in October and would like to invite you to attend.You would be THE most important attendee, as we are researching the Mewborn connection to Rev. Joseph Williams, and your input would be wonderful.
Supposedly Mary Mewborn was the wife of the elder Rev. Joseph Williams.The only info we have on her is that she was born in 1728 in Bertie Co., NC.She and Rev. Williams had the following children:
Rev. Joseph Williams, Jr. - m. Martha Parrott Robert Williams Daniel Williams William "Billy" Williams - m. Nancy Sikes
We are trying to prove the descendancy down from a Lodowick Williams to the elder Rev. Williams, to his son, Rev. Williams, Jr. to his son, Henry, who had four wives.Rev. Williams, Jr. came to then Anson (now Union) Co., NC from Duplin (now Sampson) Co. with his wife Martha Parrott.We would especially like to proove the Mewborn connection as well.Both the junior Williams and Martha Parrott came here and established the Primitive Baptist Church here where they lived, died, and are buried here.
I, myself, am descended from Henry and Elizabeth "Betsy" Norkett Williams, their son, John Culpepper Williams & Eleanor "Lena" Elizabeth Pyron, parents of James Thomas Williams & Frances Ann Bivens, parents of Vernon Culpepper Williams & Elizabeth Ellen Duncan, parents of Ruby Ellen Williams & Lawrence H. Medlin, my parents.
I also have in my files, a Thomas Mewboorne, who was the father of Mary Mewborn, Rev. Joseph Williams, Sr. wife.Thomas' wife was a Nancy Sikes, but we know next to nothing about either of these folks.
Please be so kind as to e-mail me at my address above.I would so like to get your input and tell you more about our meeting of Rev. Joseph Williams researchers here in Union Co.
I think you and I e-mailed a few years ago when I was living in Maryland.We are now here in NC where I can research my families to my hearts content.Looking forward to hearing from you.Anne