|Hiram Williams, born October 17, 1815 in Aiken, Edgefield
District, South Carolina. Hiram died in Dooly County, GA November 7,
1899 (is buried in portion later cut out to form Crisp County.)
Hiram married Sarah Jane Warren , January
28, 1841 in Dooly County, shortly after arriving in the County. He
served as a Captain during the Civil War. The couple lived in the county
in the area that is now Crisp County and they are both buried there.
Children of Hiram and Sarah: Isaiah
born April 7, 1842 ; Chesley Anderson born March 3, 1844;
Hiram born August 16, 1846; Lydia born July 22, 1849; James
Warren born January 27, 1852; Govan born July 10, 1854;
Columbus C. born March 4, 1857; Sarah Jane born March 27, 1860;
Joseph Roland born June 6, 1862; David John born October 28,
1864; Nancy Elizabeth born November 25, 1867.
Isaiah married Nancy Shephard; Chesley married Martha Mercer; Hiram
married a Miss Slade; Lydia married John J. Wheeler; J. Warren married
Betty Sumner; Govan married Winnie Slade; Columbus married Effie Slade;
Sarah Jane married Joseph Oscar McKinney; Joseph Roland married
Lorena Douglas; David John married December 17, 1890,
Harriett Anna Raines; Nancy Elizabeth
married Augustus John Fenn.
Harriett Anna Raines:
born October 24, 1868 in Pulaski County, GA. Daughter of Griffin Harrison
Raines, Confederate Soldier, who was with General Robert E. Lee when he
surrendered. Griffin was born March 16, 1838. His wife was
Mildred Sophie Smook who was born November 17, 1840 and died 1916. They
were married in Pulaski County, GA in 1867. [Note: In 1858, the
upper part of Dooly County was added to Pulaski County.]
Isaiah Williams represented Dooly County
in State Legislature 1880 - 1881 and in Senate on term.
Sarah Jane Warren, born
March 24, 1825, a daughter of James Warren and Miss Stidman, a niece of
Reuben Stidman, all from South Carolina.