Name: Daniel Williams , Sr. 1
Birth: 28 SEP 1710 in Queen's Creek, York Co., Virginia 1
Death: NOV 1759 in Granville Co., South Carolina 1
[Annora's Family 1-12-04.GED]
"Miscellaneoud Land Office Papers- NC State Archives Granville County; NC
Warrant Dated April 29, 1754 To Sherwood Haywood To Survey 640 Acres In Granville County, Joining West Harris, And William Moore, Entered Janurary 15, 1754 /s/ Fras Corbin Back Of Document Reads: "To Be Made Out For John Williams Heir At Law His Father Being Dead January 28, 1760
Plat Dated January 20, 1755 480 Acres In Granville County On Both Sides Of The Maywood Branch, Joining West Harris SCC: William Wagstaf, Benajmin Simons, Surveyed By Sherd Haywood Dep. Sur. Entered January 15, 1754
Warrant Dated October 24, 1754 To Sherwood Haywood To Survey 640 Acres In Granville County Joining Williams' Own Line On Anderson's Swamp. Entered September 27, 1754 /s/ Francis Corbin Back Of Document Reads "To Be Made For John Williams Heir At Law His Father Daniel Being Dead, Grant December 2, 1760".
Plat Dated December 14, 1754 480 Acres In Granville County On North Side Of Anderson Swamp, Joining George Glover. SCC: John Searcy, Thomas Burden, Sherd Haywood Dep. Surv. Entered September 27, 1754
Granville County; North Carolina Land Grants Patent Book 14
Page 96: November 4, 1757. 420 Acres In Granville County In The Parish Of St. John On The Anderson Swamp, Joining Bullock Corner, George Glover, Williams Corner, John Bird, Lindseys Line, And Branch. OR/s/Daniel Williams. Wits.: Wm. Haywood, Sherd Haywood. Surveyed: December 14, 1754. SCC: John Searcy, Thomas Burden. Shepard Haywood Surveyed.
Page 97: November 4, 1757: 292 Acres In Granville County In The Parish Of St. John On The E. Side Of Andersons Swamp OR:/s/ Daniel Williams Wits: W. Haywood, Sherd Haywood. Surveyed December 14, 1754. SCC: William Williams, John Searcy. Seard Haywood Surveyor.
64- Nov. 15, 1759- proved Dec. court 1759- DANIEL WILLIAMS 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 hereafter, and at her death to be equally divided between my seven children: MERYA GOODMAN, HENRY WILLIAMS, JOHN WILLIAMS, JAMES WILLIAMS, JOSEPH WILLIAMS, MARY MITCHEL, DANIEL WILLIAMS; to my son-in-law BENJAMIN GOODMAN, 200 acres of land 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 lifetime, 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 negroes; to son JAMES, 3 negroes; to daughter MARY MITCHELL, 4 negroes; to son DANIEL, 4 negroes; to my wife URSULA WILLIAMS, 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.
More About DANIEL WILLIAMS, SENIOR:
Court Records: March 22, 1759, Granville County; North Carolina Daniel And Ursula Take In Orphan Elinor (6yrs), Daughter Of Elizabeth Amseley, For The Purpose Of Learning Housewifery"
SOURCE: Lois Branch http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=loisbranch&id=I 28503
Father: John Williams , Sr. b: 26 JAN 1678/79 in Marioneth, Carnavan, Wales
Mother: Mary Keeling b: 26 SEP 1684 in Wales
Ursula Henderson b: 15 MAR 1709/10 in Virginia
19 OCT 1732
in Hanover Co., Virginia 1
- Marya Williams b: 26 JUL 1733
- Henry Williams , Sr. b: 3 NOV 1734 in Hanover Co., Virginia
- John Williams b: 4 NOV 1737 in Virginia
- James Henderson Williams , Colonel b: 10 NOV 1740 in Hanover Co., Virginia
- Joseph Williams b: 6 SEP 1742 in Granville Co., South Carolina
- Mary Williams b: 30 MAY 1745 in Granville Co., South Carolina
- Daniel Williams , Jr. b: 2 JUL 1747 in Granville Co., South Carolina
- Title: Annora's Family 1-11-04.GED
Text: Date of Import: Jan 11, 2004