Mary Williams

Individual

Born: ? in ?

Died: ? in (unknown)

Father: Richard Williams (? – ?)

Mother: Prudence ? (? – ?)

Family #1

Spouse/Partner: Jonathan Hoggatt (? – ?)

Married: 10 Apr 1793 in ?

Child: Seth Hoggatt (1794 – 1861)

Child: Anna Hoggatt (1796 – ?)

Child: Jesse Hoggatt (1799 – 1862)

Child: Mahlon Hockett (1801 – ?)

Child: Jonathan Hoggatt Jr. (1803 – ?)

Child: Mary Hoggatt (1814 – ?)

Change Date

This data was last changed on 4 Jun 2009, and is stored in datafile B.

Primary and Secondary Sources

(see About Sources)

Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, Volume 1
by William Wade Hinshaw; Ann Arbor, MI: Edwards Bros., 1936 [Reprinted Baltimore, 1969,1978,1991] [applies to name, marriage]
Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, Volume 5
by William Wade Hinshaw; Ann Arbor, MI: Edwards Bros., 1946 [Reprinted Baltimore, 1973, 1994] [applies to name]

Research Notes (source comments, unreliable information)

Mary is probably Mary Williams, born 27 Jul 1770, married 10 Apr 1793 at New Garden MM. [EoAQG:v1]

She may have been a daughter of Richard Williams, son of George Williams, and Prudence Beals (b.1723, m.11 Oct 1746, Prince George's County, MD). After the Battle of Guilford Courthouse, the British officers were quartered at the Richard Williams' home. Richard died after contracting smallpox (when?). Prudence died about 1811. ["One Ladd's Family" by Ruth Kline Ladd, 1990]

She may have died in 1814. ["One Ladd's Family" by Ruth Kline Ladd, 1990]

Prudence's sister Ann may have married Thomus Hunt about 1740, and William Baldwin in 1788. ["One Ladd's Family" by Ruth Kline Ladd, 1990]

Prudence's parents were possibly John Beals (b.20 Jan 1685/86, son of John Beals and Mary Clayton, d.1745 in Winchester VA) and Sarah Bowater (b.17 Aug 1688, daughter of Tomas Bowater and Sarah Edge). They were married 14 Sep 1711 at Chester MM. The could had 9 children. ["One Ladd's Family" by Ruth Kline Ladd, 1990]

On 28 Mar 1748, Sarah Bowater may have married Alexander Underwood. ["One Ladd's Family" by Ruth Kline Ladd, 1990]