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OUR WILLIAMSON FAMILY

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"Virginia required all males to take an oath of allegience in 1777. On October 7, Moses Williamson Sr. [son of Samuel] and his [6] sons appeared before Thomas Waller and took the oath. Their names are all together, and in this order: Moses Jr., Samuel, Jeremiah, John, James, Thomas." From the Dr. Raymond Bell and Edna Miller book, "The Williamson Family...", Page 33.




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  • Christmas 2010

    THANK YOU for visiting my site and PLEASE Come back from time to time to check the progress. Corrections and Additions JULY 2, 2008....... 1-20-04--I switched from Ultimate Family Tree to Family Tree Maker- some documentation not brought forward. Will enter as quickly as possible....

    The entering and updating has resumed. Thank you for your patience and bear with me as I enter a huge stack of backed up information and corrections.

    This is a personal family history and is meant to aid other researchers. It is not for profit and the information is not to be used for commercial purposes. All information is being carefully documented. If there are errors, please bring it to my attention for further research. This site was created by Anita Palmer, March 29, 2000, Revised August 2002 and April 2004. It is dedicated to my Father, TRUMAN D. WILLIAMSON and my Brother, TRUMAN F. WILLIAMSON

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