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Serious About Family

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In northeastern Chatham County, the Williams family descendants have owned and worked the same forty acres of land and forest for eight generations. They are the descendants of Mountain Williams, 1814-1873, a part-Indian, part African slave girl. Each year, starting in 1895 and continuing to the present, the Williams Family Circle, as they are called, have gathered for a family reunion in Chatham County. More than 300 persons come from all over the nation to renew family ties and family history.
Our State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 73 Issue 10, Mar 2006, p74-76, 78, 80, il, por