Details for John Williams

Historical Marker — Atlas Number 5333002823


Marker Number 2823
Atlas Number 5333002823
Marker Title John Williams
Index Entry Williams, John
Address On County Rd, SE of Mullin
City Mullin
County Mills
UTM Zone 14
UTM Easting 532748
UTM Northing 3486226
Subject Codes ranches/ranching; pioneers
Marker Year 1976
Recorded Texas Historic Landmark No
Marker Location Williams Ranch Cemetery, from Mullin, take County Road SE about 4 miles.
Private Property No
Marker Condition In Situ
Marker Size grave marker
Marker Text (February 6, 1804-August 4, 1871) One of the earliest permanent settlers of Brown and Mills counties, North Carolinian John Williams migrated to this area in 1855 and helped start the local cattle industry. Williams Ranch settlement grew up around his homestead, and Herd Pen Branch of Mullin Creek took its name from his roundup pens. Married to Annie Epley, he had five sons, William L., George W., John T., James D., David A., and one daughter, Elizabeth C., all pioneers of the community.

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