Williams Plantation

OVERVIEW

Location: Ouachita County, near Camden
Date Constructed/ Founded: not determined
Associated Surnames: Alexander, Beasley, Phipps, Reed, Taliaferro, Tolliver
Historical Notes: Dr. Henry Williams, his family and slaves moved from Orange Co., MS to Camden, AK several years before the Civil War.
Associated Pages: none


ASSOCIATED ENSLAVED PERSONS

1865: From the narrative of Mittie Freeman, ex-slave

Williams family: Henry Williams; Mittie Williams – daughter of Henry Williams; was sent to Emma Williams

ASSOCIATED FREE PERSONS

Williams family: Dr. Henry Williams (b.?-d.?) – owner; Eliza Williams (b.?-d.?) – wife; Emma Williams (b.?-d.?) – daughter


RESEARCH LEADS AND RECORDS

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MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION

  • None noted yet

REFERENCES

  • Yetman, N.R. Voices From Slavery: 100 Authentic Slave Narratives. Dover Publications, Inc. Mineola, NY. 2000. p.130-132.
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