SMITH-TAYLOR and Allied Families Association (STAFA)

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SMITH-TAYLOR and Allied Families Association (STAFA)

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  • ID: I163490
  • Name: Adoniram J WILLIAMSON
  • Given Name: Adoniram J
  • Surname: Williamson
  • Sex: M
  • _UID: CD63CFE321A3224FB1465A84D060B58B5C95
  • Change Date: 14 FEB 2008
  • _COLOR: 12
  • _TMPLT:
  • FIELD:
  • Name: Page 1
  • Birth: ABT 1853 in Mississippi
  • Event: Census, Federal 1860 Pontotoc County, MS
  • Note: He is found on page 647 at family 1063.
  • Death: BEF 1953 in -----, -----, --
  • Burial: BEF 1953 -----, -----, --
  • Reference Number: 003-109796N



    Father: James WILLIAMSON b: ABT 1810 in South Carolina
    Mother: Elizabeth Savage PITTS b: 29 APR 1829 in Newberry District, SC

    Sources:
    1. Abbrev: STAFA: research of CWS
      Title: Data provided by the personal research of the founder of SMITH-TAYLOR and Allied Families Association (STAFA), MSG (ret US Army) Charles Wesley Smith. I have spent day after day walking in small to large cemeteries, recording data on the headstones. Also, reading books, documents and newspapers in libraries from the small home town library to the Library of Congress; and talking to many folks from the hills of Kentucky to the hills of Germany and many place in between. Oh, such joy and pleasure to learn of the family, both ancestors and descendants, may we continue to learn. I must admit that I was as many a young family researchers "very relaxed in the arena of documenting my research" and I often have to pay for it today, by giving a blank look in response, when questioned. However, the internet is slowing changing that, especially the help from many fellow researcher; Ancestry Family Trees; Family Data Collection - Individual Records; and, the many other Data Files on Ancestry.com. CWS Srnd Allied Families Association (STAFA), MSG (ret US Army) Charles Wesley Smith. I have spent day after day walking in small to large cemeteries, recording data on the headstones. Also, reading books, documents and newspapers in libraries from the small home town library to the Library of Congress; and talking to many folks from the hills of Kentucky to the hills of Germany and many place in between. Oh, such joy and pleasure to learn of the family, both ancestors and descendants, may we continue to learn. I must admit that I was as many a young family researchers "very relaxed in the arena of documenting my research" and I often have to pay for it today, by giving a blank look in response, when questioned. However, the internet is slowing changing that, especially the help from many fellow researcher; Ancestry Family Trees; Family Data Collection - Individual Records; and, the many other Data Files on Ancestry.com. CWS Srnd Allied Families Association (STAFA), MSG (ret US Army) Charles Wesley Smith. I have spent day after day walking in small to large cemeteries, recording data on the headstones. Also, reading books, documents and newspapers in libraries from the small home town library to the Library of Congress; and talking to many folks from the hills of Kentucky to the hills of Germany and many place in between. Oh, such joy and pleasure to learn of the family, both ancestors and descendants, may we continue to learn. I must admit that I was as many a young family researchers "very relaxed in the arena of documenting my research" and I often have to pay for it today, by giving a blank look in response, when questioned. However, the internet is slowing changing that, especially the help from many fellow researcher; Ancestry Family Trees; Family Data Collection - Individual Records; and, the many other Data Files on Ancestry.com. CWS Sr
      Name: Footnotend Allied Families Association (STAFA), MSG (ret US Army) Charles Wesley Smith. I have spent day after day walking in small to large cemeteries, recording data on the headstones. Also, reading books, documents and newspapers in libraries from the small home town library to the Library of Congress; and talking to many folks from the hills of Kentucky to the hills of Germany and many place in between. Oh, such joy and pleasure to learn of the family, both ancestors and descendants, may we continue to learn. I must admit that I was as many a young family researchers "very relaxed in the arena of documenting my research" and I often have to pay for it today, by giving a blank look in response, when questioned. However, the internet is slowing changing that, especially the help from many fellow researcher; Ancestry Family Trees; Family Data Collection - Individual Records; and, the many other Data Files on Ancestry.com. CWS Sr
      Name: ShortFootnotend Allied Families Association (STAFA), MSG (ret US Army) Charles Wesley Smith. I have spent day after day walking in small to large cemeteries, recording data on the headstones. Also, reading books, documents and newspapers in libraries from the small home town library to the Library of Congress; and talking to many folks from the hills of Kentucky to the hills of Germany and many place in between. Oh, such joy and pleasure to learn of the family, both ancestors and descendants, may we continue to learn. I must admit that I was as many a young family researchers "very relaxed in the arena of documenting my research" and I often have to pay for it today, by giving a blank look in response, when questioned. However, the internet is slowing changing that, especially the help from many fellow researcher; Ancestry Family Trees; Family Data Collection - Individual Records; and, the many other Data Files on Ancestry.com. CWS Sr
      Name: Bibliographynd Allied Families Association (STAFA), MSG (ret US Army) Charles Wesley Smith. I have spent day after day walking in small to large cemeteries, recording data on the headstones. Also, reading books, documents and newspapers in libraries from the small home town library to the Library of Congress; and talking to many folks from the hills of Kentucky to the hills of Germany and many place in between. Oh, such joy and pleasure to learn of the family, both ancestors and descendants, may we continue to learn. I must admit that I was as many a young family researchers "very relaxed in the arena of documenting my research" and I often have to pay for it today, by giving a blank look in response, when questioned. However, the internet is slowing changing that, especially the help from many fellow researcher; Ancestry Family Trees; Family Data Collection - Individual Records; and, the many other Data Files on Ancestry.com. CWS Sr

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