30. Capt. Isaac WILLIAMS Jr.4,5,13,17,36,37 was born on 17 March 1779 in Surry County, North Carolina.7,14 He died on 13 February 1856 at the age of 76 in Lawrence County, Indiana.36
Isaac Jr. was disowned from the Lost Creek Monthly Meeting in 1801, 7th mo, 20th d. Isaac married Amelia Gibson who wasn't a Quaker - this may have been why he was disowned.
Isaac married Amelia Gibson, 1 May 1801 in Asheville, NC. She was the daughter of Garret and Prudence (Sumner) Gibson. Pike Family History states that he was disowned because Amelia was not yet fifteen years old. She was born 6 Jun 1786, Surry Co NC and died Lawrence Co IN, 2 Jul 1841.
Andrew Jackson was elected Major-General of the TN Militia in 1802. When the War of 1812 broke out he offered his 2500 Tennessee Volunteers to the U. S. Government and was ordered to Natchez, Mississippi. When he was ordered to disband in 1813, he refused and took his troops back to Tennessee. During 1813 and 1814, he engaged in various expeditions against the Creek Indians. In 1814 he was Maj.-Gen. in the Regular U. S. Army and in Command of the Department of the South. He engaged attacks against the British in Florida [the Spanish Territory] and defended New Orleans in January of 1815.
Capt. Isaac Williams organized and commanded at least three different companies during the course of the War. The Mounted Rifleman, 24 Sep 1814 - 25 Dec 1813, Col. Newton Cannon's Regt; they traveled from Shelbyville TN to Huntsville AL and were mustered in against the Creek Nation. The East Tennessee Militia, 10 Jan 1814 - May 1814, Saml. Bunch's Regt; mustered at Kingston and again went against the Creeks. The Separate Battalion of Mounted Gunmen, 28 Sep 1814 - 27 Mar 1815, Maj. Wm Russell's Battalion & Col. Robert Dyer's Regt; mustered in at Shelbyville and marched to Fayetteville, TN.
At the "Digital Library on American Slavery", I found petition, #11481738, filed to the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Tennessee, in Knoxville, in 1817. Forty-one petitioners argued that slave owners should be permitted to free their slaves on terms which will not involve them, nor their estates, for their maintenance. And they proposed a law to declare all descendants of slaves, born after the passing of the law, shall be free at a certain age which your honourable Body may fix upon. Signers to the petition included John Adamson, Jonathan Adamson, Simon Adamson Sr, and Isaac Williams.
A copy of the petition is held at the Tennessee State Library & Archives in Nashville.
1822 JEFFERSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE 1822 TAX LIST
CAPTAIN EVAN'S COMPANY
Isaac WILLIAMS 80 acres
CAPT. BAKER'S COMPANY
Eleanor ADAMSON 163 acres
Simon ADAMSON 230 acres 1WP
John RUTH 354 acres 1WP
Abel WILLIAMS 1WP
CAPT. MANARDS COMPANY
Jesse ADAMSON 142 acres 1WP John
Isaac married second to Lucy Dye, b. 4 Jul 1801, d. 24 Aug 1844, Lawrence Co IN, buried Ferguson Cemetery. They were married 14 Apr 1844 only a few months prior to her death.
Isaac married for a third time to Rebecca D. Ribelin, 31 May 1846. She was born 23 Dec 1797, died 23 Mar 1857. They are buried Old Union Cemetery in Lawrence Co IN.
Isaac had thirteen children, all by Amelia. There is a bible record contained births and deaths of their children. See Captain Isaac Williams and His Grand Children by Ben F. & Alice L. Dixon.
Capt. Isaac WILLIAMS Jr. and Amelia GIBSON were married on 1 May 1801. Amelia GIBSON36 was born on 6 June 1786 in Surry County, North Carolina. She died on 2 July 1841 at the age of 55 in Lawrence County, Indiana.
Amelia's father was Garrett Gibson. She was not yet fifteen when she married.
Capt. Isaac WILLIAMS Jr. and Amelia GIBSON had the following children:
|Laban WILLIAMS36 was born on 22 February 1802 in Jefferson County, Tennessee. He died on 25 October 1815 at the age of 13 in Jefferson County, Tennessee.|
|Garrett Gibson WILLIAMS.|
|Louisa M. WILLIAMS36 was born on 15 June 1808 in Sevier County, Tennessee. She died in November 1833 at the age of 25. |
Louisa married Saml. Rubottom, 26 Jan 1823.
|Pryor L. WILLIAMS.|
|Andrew Jackson WILLIAMS36 was born on 5 June 1814 in Sevier County, Tennessee. He died on 23 December 1875 at the age of 61. |
Andrew is buried at Old Union Cemetery, Lawrence Co IN.
|James Dixon WILLIAMS36 was born on 3 March 1816 in Sevier County, Tennessee. He died on 28 April 1856 at the age of 40. |
James married Cyntha Cox. He is buried Old Union Cemetery, Fayetteville, Lawrence Co IN.
|Abel WILLIAMS36 was born on 28 November 1817 in Indiana. He died on 21 October 1839 at the age of 21 in Lawrence County, Indiana.|
|Ahinoam WILLIAMS36 was born on 16 November 1819 in Indiana. He died on 15 November 1820 at the age of 0 in Lawrence County, Indiana.|
|Dr. Elkanah WILLIAMS36 was born on 19 December 1822 in Lawrence County, Indiana. He died on 5 October 1888 at the age of 65 in Hazelwood, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. |
Elkanah married (1) Sarah S. Farmer, 23 Dec 1847 and (2) Sarah B. McGrew.
He was the first opththalmalogist in the U.S.
Buried Spring Grove Cemetery, Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio.
|Bartemus WILLIAMS36 was born on 11 February 1825 in Indiana. He died on 1 June 1882 at the age of 57. |
Bartimus married (1) Rebecca D. Armstrong, 8 Oct 1850. She died without issue.
He married (2) Emily Angeline Hammersly; she died 26 Aug 1872. He married (3) Rachel L. McDonald 17 Jun 1875.
1880 Census. Indian Creek Twp, Lawrence, IN, Hh 82
Bart Williams, 55, Farmer
Rachel, 33, wife
Isac, 10, son
Cornelia, 3, dau
Zipporah, 1, dau
Benjamin Rudyard, 24
Buried Mount Olive Cemetery, Williams, Lawrence Co, IN
|Cornelia WILLIAMS36 was born on 17 June 1828 in Indiana. She died on 1 June 1882 at the age of 53. |
Cornelia married James Boyd 2 Feb 1847, they had no children.