I am looking for more information on Kiziah Brooks Williams Family
I am working on my family heritage. As you will see I have a lot of questions regarding my family.
I have the following info and need to find out more about these family members. Any Documents would be very appreciated. I am especially interested in Birth and death certifcates, marriage license's.
I have most of the James Williams family line, but need more information on his wife POSSIBLY Kiziah Elizabeth Brooks.
I do not really have proof of her name, birth, or death date.
I did see one record online that someone had given her birth date as 1735 and another that says about 1740.?
It is said that Kiziah's Father was Littleton Brooks b. 1720, d.1777 (he was only 15 when Kiziah was born?) I am uncertian if this birth date is correct, but I realize it is possible.
*** I would like to see any proof located that shows James1 wife was named Kiziah/Keziah with her last name shown. If you have this, please, please send me a link or a file.
James and ? Children were.
** 1- Phillip "Buck Spike" WILLIAMS 10 Feb 1753 in 96th Military District, Charleston, South Carolina, and died 12 SEP 1848 in Volga, Johnson County, Kentucky. He married Ann Floating CLOUD. She was born 1754, and died 1840 in Volga, Johnson County, Kentucky.
2- Hardin WILLIAMS born 27 APR 1764 in 96th Military District, Charleston,
South Carolina. He married Jane HART.
3- James WILLIAMS.
4- Jarrett WILLIAMS.
5- John WILLIAMS.
6- Mark WILLIAMS.
7- Sherrod WILLIAMS.
8- Nancy WILLIAMS.
I would also like more information For Ann married to Philip Buck Spike Williams. I have seen many names for Ann.
Running Water, Floating Cloud/Running fawn. Does anyone know for certain whom Ann's Father was?
She was born 1754, and died 1840 in Volga, Johnson County, Kentucky. I do have pictures of their graves.
Philip and Ann's children are
**1- John Thomas WILLIAMS , Sr. b: 1782 in North Carolina (now Tennessee),died 1885 in Perry County, Kentucky.
Rebecca COMBS born 1795 Married 17 JUL 1809 in Clay County, Kentucky, daughter of Nicholas "Danger Nick" COMBS and Nancy Euphemia GRIGSBY.
2- Robert Sanford WILLIAMS b: 1786 in Claiborne County, Tennessee, and died 1851 in Johnson County, Kentucky. He married Mary HOSKINS. She was born 1790. He married Nancy PICKLESIMER 19 MAR 1848. She was born 1828 in Kentucky.See guion Miller rolls applications for Philip (Shows wife name Amanda Evaline age 61)
3- Joseph WILLIAMS b: 1793 in Tennessee. He married Elizabeth LNU. She was born 1810 in Kentucky. She married Robert HOOD in 1819
4- Hardin "Hardy" WILLIAMS b: 1794 in North Carolina now Tennessee Birth: 27 APR 1764 in 96th Military District, Charleston, South Carolina
See Children of Hardin and Jane Hart in My notes / Doument 1808-1875 Elizabeth P. Simer FloydCoKYMarriages MyFamily.com
5-Lewis WILLIAMS b:1794 in North Carolina or Tennessee, and died 1830 in Ke ntucky. Married Elizabeth "Betsy" HUNT 22 FEB 1818 in Clay County, Kentucky, daughter of Jonathan HUNT and Mollie ROGERS. She was born 1802 in North Carolina
6- Luranna S. WILLIAMS b: AUG 7, 1799 in Tennessee, and died 19 FEB 1885 in Johnson County, Kentucky.
She married Nathan PICKLESIMER 20 FEB 1821 in Floyd County, Kentucky. He was born ABT 1799.
7- George W. WILLIAMS , Sr. b: 1800 in Sullivan County, Tennessee. He married Rebecca BLEVINS, daughter of William BLEVINS and Sarah "Sally" LNU. She was born 1815 in Virginia, and died 16 DEC 1858 in Carter County, Kentucky.
8- Susannah WILLIAMS b: 1800 in Tennessee. She married Jesse FORTNER 20 MAY 1822 in Floyd County, Kentucky. He was born ABT 1800.
Then I have this information from my mothers notes.
Williams Indian Chief Roll # 3 1900 Indian Territory Pg. 78 Township 18 range 25 - I do not know if this is referring to Pleasant Williams - John Wesley Williams - or John Thomas Williams -
Then I found this info as well. John Thomas Williams (Jr or SR?) as Cherokee Chief in Perry Hazard Kentucky. This was found in a court house in Arkansas. I would love to find any documentation on this.
If any one can help add more "documented" facts to this lineage it would be very appreciated.