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8. Nancy Jane WILLIAMS (Thomas ) was born 1 Dec 25 1856 in Alabama. She died in Madill, Marshall Co., OK.

Nancy married (1) SMITH.

Nancy also married (2) Andrew Jackson SIMPSON on 1880. Andrew was born Mar 1835 in Alabama. He died in Madill, Marshall Co., OK.

Name: Andrew J. Simpson
Pvt in the 4th Infantry (KY/Union)
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Edwina Williams Sun Jan 12 1997
I am looking for information on my grand mother, Lily Simpson, born in Warren Co. Aug. 1870. Her father was Andrew Jackson Simpson, b. AL and moved to Warren co. about 1862. she had an older sister, Amanda and a younger brother named Brack. It isn't much but that's all I have. The Simpsons may have gone to TX around 1885 or so. [williams.FTW]

Known as "A.J.", he was born in MO and went to KY around the time of the Civil War.  After his first wife, whose name is not currently known, died, he married Nancy Williams Smith, the sister of William Joseph Williams, his son-in-law.  His children called her "Aunt Nancy".

Andrew and Nancy had the following children:

  15 F i
Martha SIMPSON.
  16 M ii
Grover Cleveland SIMPSON was born Sep 1886 in Texas.
  17 M iii
Andrew Jackson , Jr. SIMPSON was born Apr 1893 in TX.

10. William Joseph WILLIAMS (Thomas ) was born Dec 2 1862 in Alabama. He died Feb 2 1935 in Grantham, Marshall County, Oklahoma and was buried in Oakland Cem., Oakland, OK.

In a phone conversation from John Edd Long, Aunt Lola's son, in a phone conversation in Feb, 1993 to Edwina W.

W.J. Williams met and married Lily Simpson in Texas (married in Austin in
1884) either in Hutto or Georgetown.  They had 13 children, with 11 living to
adults.  He had a brother Zack.  Zack's wife was Fannie and they had a dau.,
Winnie who married R.B. Jones.

The left Texas in a covered wagon around 1904 to go to OK (Indian Terr.) to
buy Indian land.  They joined a wagon train in (Killeen?), TX.   While camped in
Kaleen, they met a Scotsman named Gid Nichols, who started courting their
oldest daughter, Julia.   W.J.  "Uncle Bill" ran him off, so he went to Salina, TX, where
his sister lived knowing the wagon train would pass through there.  He waited
and followed it on horseback to OK. The wagon train had to ford the Red
River as there was no bridge.

When they got to Madill, OK, Stark Washington told W.J. that if he went to
Tishamingo, the capital of the Chickasaw nation, the Indians would sell him
land.  He went right away but it wasn't true.  When he returned to Madill, an
Indian sold him land in Grantham for 25cents an acre.

Gid Nichols convinced Julia to run away with him to Salina, TX and get
married. She was 15 years old.

W.J. and Lily and 6 of their 13 children are buried in Madill, OK   (I guess
that would be 7 of them now, with Uncle Haskell there.)

He (John Edd) also told me that Brack Simpson moved to Marshall Co., OK long
after W.J. and Lily.   He was a foreman for the R.R.
__________________________________________________________
Uncle Billy Williams Dies of Paralysis
For 34 years resident of County:  home east of Madill
After a week's suffering with paralysis, "UncleBilly" Williams, a pioneer resident of the county, died about 2 o'clock Saturday morning at his home east of Madill in the Grantham community.
There are nine children surviving Williams and his wife, Mrs. Lillie Williams also survives.  The children are Mrs. Julie Nichols,   Mrs C. W. Guy,  Jack Williams,  Chester williams,  Mrs Ada Myers,  Mrs Edd Long, Mrs. J.B. McLaughlin,  Mrs. Cecil Sessums, and Haskell Williams.
Two sisters, Mrs. Lena Huddleston of Jacksonville, Tex and Mrs Nancy Simpson who also lives in Texas: A brother Jack Williams of Madill also survives.  Williams has 33 grand cvhildren and 3 great grandchildren.
The services were in charge of Rev. W. N. Denton, and he was assisted by Rev. J. H. Miller and by Rev. Ferrell Nichols.  Burial was in the Madill Legion cemetery.
Flower girls were Misses Zola Young, Ruth Young, Myrtle Brown, May Riddle, Lorene Miller and Mrs. Minnie Denton.
Grandsons acted as pall bearers.  They were W. J. Williams, Thornville Williams, Walter Nichols, C.W. Guy, Bob Ward, Ralph Spears, Harold Williams, Morris McLaughlin, Billie Max Guy and Leon Ward.
Honorary pall bearsers were B.O. Black, Mr. Brown, W.J. Haddock,  E.E. Riddle, Elmer Ward, Mr. Young, Austin Brown, A.L. Ritchey:  Rev. Austin Brown, A.L. Ritchey:  Rev. J.H. Miller, Mr. Pruitt, Joe Porterfield, Audrey Underhill, Frank Black,  Walter Nichols, Lee Black, Lee White, Joe E. Brown, Pete Winberry, Charlie Whisman, Bert Colby, Tom Alexander, Claud Allen, R.C. Jacksin, Biull Buster, L.W. Golden, J.Bl Heath, Bob Colby, John Jones, Tom Black and Baxter Burns.

William married 1 Lillie SIMPSON, daughter of Andrew Jackson SIMPSON and Caroline M. BUCKINGHAM, on Sep 3 1885 in Austin, Texas. Lillie was born Aug 12 1870 in Glascow, Warren Co., KY. She died Aug 17 1955 in Madill, Marshall County, Oklahoma and was buried Aug 19 1955 in Woodberry Forrest Cem., Madill, OK.

Lillie joined religion in Member First Baptist Church.

Pioneer Resident Dies Wednesday in Home of Daughter

Mrs Lillie Williams, 85, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Edd Long here Wednesday.  Shad been critically ill for the past three weeks.
Mrs. Williams was a pioneer of the county moving here in 1903.  Mr. Williams died in 1935 but she continued to live at Grantham for a number of years until her health failed.
She had been a member of the Baptist church since childhood.
Mrs Williams was born in Glascow, KY.  August 12, 1870.
Funeral services were held at the First Baptist church at 10am Friday with the Rev. H.E. Alsup assisted by the Rev. Denton.
The church chloir was in charge of the music.
Burial was in Woodberry Forest cemetery.  Watts Funeral Home was in charge of all arrangements.
Mrs. Williams is survived by nine children  Mrs Julia Nichols, Celina, Tex.   Mrs. C. W. Guy and Mrs. Ada Mize, Ardmore:  Mrs. J. H. McLaughlin,. Amarillo, Texas,  Mrs. Cecil Sessums,  Eldorado, OK,  Jack Williams, Los Angeles, CA   Chester Williams, Houston, TX,  Haskell Williams, Orange,  CA,  and Mrs. Edd Long, Madill.
Other survivors are one brother, H.D. Simpson, Madill and one sister, Mrs. Amando Kelso, Waelder,       grandchildren and 46 greatgrandchildren.

They had the following children:

  18 M i
James Taylor WILLIAMS was born Jul 20 1886 in Texas. He died after Jul 20 1886.
+ 19 F ii Julia Ann WILLIAMS was born Sep 23 1887 and died Oct 29 1973.
+ 20 F iii Jodie Alvena WILLIAMS was born Aug 8 1889 and died Jun 24 1964.
+ 21 M iv Andrew Jackson WILLIAMS was born Feb 1 1891 and died Mar 4 1966.
+ 22 F v May Belle WILLIAMS was born Jul 8 1893 and died Aug 7 1910.
+ 23 F vi Ada WILLIAMS was born Jan 13 1895 and died Mar 29 1964.
+ 24 M vii Chester WILLIAMS was born May 14 1897 and died Apr 28 1983.
+ 25 F viii Lola WILLIAMS was born Dec 11 1898 and died Feb 22 1993.
+ 26 F ix Nancy Jane WILLIAMS was born Oct 7 1901 and died Feb 20 1991.
+ 27 M x Edward WILLIAMS was born Sep 24 1904 and died May 25 1934.
+ 28 F xi Georgia Deron WILLIAMS was born Nov 7 1905 and died Nov 30 1989.
+ 29 M xii Charles Haskell WILLIAMS was born Jan 31 1908 and died Jan 31 1997.
  30 M xiii
William Joseph , Jr. WILLIAMS was born Feb 28 1910 in Grantham, Indian Territory. He died Mar 10 1911 in Madill, Marshall Co., OK.

13. Zachary WILLIAMS (Thomas ) was born Dec 1 1871 in Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama. He died Mar 4 1939 in Ardmore, Oklahoma buried: Sherman, Grayson County, Texas and was buried in Sherman, Grayson County, Texas.

Zachary married Fannie OWEN, daughter of Thomas H. OWENS and Hannah MITCHELL, on Mar 25 1893 in Williamson County, Texas. Fannie was born Aug 9 1872 in Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia. She died Oct 10 1925 in Sherman, Grayson County, Texas.

They had the following children:

  31 F i
Winnie Davis WILLIAMS was born Apr 18 1895 in Georgetown, Williamson, Texas. She died in Madill, Marshall County, Oklahoma.
       
Winnie married Robert Bert JONES.
  32 F ii
Mavis Nanny WILLIAMS was born Apr 6 1897 in Georgetown, Williamson County, Texas. She died Aug 1964 in Ok, Buried in Sherman, Texas.
       
Mavis married Robert WEESNER in Muskogee, Oklahoma.
  33 F iii
Mildred Martha WILLIAMS was born Jul 5 1898 in Sherman, Texas. She died Oct 28 1937 in Denver, Colorado.
+ 34 F iv Lenora WILLIAMS was born Oct 7 1899.
  35 F v
Mary Frances WILLIAMS was born May 7 1902 in Hutto, Texas. She died 1 Apr 1986 in Ardmore, Oklahoma.
  36 F vi
Iva Jane WILLIAMS was born Apr 20 1904 in Kenlock, Madill, Marshall County, Oklahoma. She died about 1984 in Ardmore, Oklahoma.
  37 M vii
Dureon WILLIAMS was born Feb 1906.
+ 38 F viii Birtha WILLIAMS was born Mar 21 1908 and died Jan 1972.
+ 39 M ix Elmer Roy WILLIAMS was born Jan 10 1910.
+ 40 F x Loretta Oletta WILLIAMS was born Mar 16 1913 and died Apr 13 1968.
+ 41 M xi James Everet WILLIAMS was born 1915 and died after 1985.
  42 M xii
Walter WILLIAMS was born Jan 12 1916 in Oklahoma. He died 1921 in Madill, Marshall County, Oklahoma.
  43 M xiii
Boy WILLIAMS was born after 1920.

14. Mary L WILLIAMS (Thomas ) was born 1 Oct 27 1874.

Mary married HOWARD.

They had the following children:

  44 F i
Pauline HOWARD.

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