- 1863 – Elizabeth Pascalis willed Pascalina the plantation to her granddaughter, Theodosia Wade, and her husband John C. Wade.
- 1865 – Hugh Judson Kilpatrick, a Union general, used the plantation house Pascalina as headquarters during the Battle of Aiken.
- 1865 - Confederate General Joseph Wheeler took his position in the town of Aiken at W.W. Williams plantation house Chinaberry to oppose Sherman’s raid and put an end to the Union advance westward. It was one of Sherman’s rare defeats along the way.
Company K - Edgefield Hussars
- Roll of Company "K," Second Regiment Artillery, Lamar's, as furnished me by Captain P. B. Waters, January 24th, 1893, written by him from memory...
William and Wiley Williams references-
P 14 Edgefield Co. SC Will book A p 1 James Harrison died c 1799. Names wife Ann and Ch; James, Moses, William, Ann, Mary and Jeremiah HARRISON and grandchildren William and Wiley Williams and Mary F. dau of James Harrison. There were numerous Harrisons of Edgefield Co. SC: Jones D., Hartwell, Jobler, Stewart, Edward, Edmund, , several Roberts, Benjamin. email@example.com
- Henry Williams b: 3 NOV 1734 d. 1796 Caswell Co., NC. Married Elizabeth _________ In 1771 Charter Member of Meherrin Baptist Church, Lunenburg Co., VA. Executor of brother's will (Brig. Gen. James Henderson Williams). Also resided in Mecklenburg Co., Va. (1772 and before) and Orange County, NC. (Compiled by Fran Laird, Bel Air, MD) Will of Henry Williams, dated 1785, Caswell Co., NC
- Joseph Williams b: 6 SEP 1742 d. 3 Jun 1766 Orange Co., NC. Married Sarah Lanier. (widow, Sarah Lanier Williams, married 2nd: Joseph's cousin, Robert Williams (b. 1744), s/o Nathaniel and Elizabeth Williams.
- Daniel Williams b: 2 JUL 1747 On 30 July 1765, Orange Co., NC, married Ann Henderson, his 1st cousin.
- Maria Williams b: 26 JUL 1733 in Hanover County, VA m. Benjamin Goodman
- Mary Williams b: 30 May, 1745. m. Isaac Mitchell
- James Henderson Williams, son of Daniel Williams and Ursula Henderson was born near the Old Fork Church, Hanover County, Va. b. 10 Nov 1740. near Old Fork Church, Hanover Co., VA, died 8 Oct 1780, Battle of Kings Mt., Gaston Co., NC. Married Mary Wallace in 1762. Left Granville Co., NC in 1772. Was living along the Little River in Laurens Co., SC in 1773. But moved to the plantation called Mt. Pleasant on the Edgefield District side of Mud Creek by the time of the Rev War. Bloody Bill Cunningham took over his house and moved the wife and children to a barn to live in. Later he hung and disembowed 2 ot he other children. James was a farmer, ran a mill, and a merchant. In physical appearance, he was a man of five feet, 9 inches. His complexion dark with black hair, eyes brown. Married Mary Wallace. As a Young orphan and with little education he traveled from Virginia to Granville NC to join his brother John who was living in NC at the time. In 1762 he married Mary Wallace, most likely in Granville County, NC. (Mary Wallace Caldwell died 1804.) In 1772 James moved his family to the Little River area in Laurens County, SC., employing himself as a farmer, miller and merchant. He must have brought his mother-in-law with him because the mother-in-law to James is buried in the Williams/Nance Graveyard and is reported as died 1790. James served as one of the representatives of SC in the First Provincial Congress in Charleston 1/11/1775. Also, he represented in the Second Provincial Congress 11/1/1775 and 3/26/1776. He was a Justice of the Peace 3/26/1776 - 4/11/1776 and a member of the local Council of Safety. He was a Colonel in the Revolutionary War, promoted to Brigadier General. Petition of James Williams' Little River Regiment Children
- Mary Williams b: 1767 married her first cousin James Atwood Williams who died by May 1818
- Col. James Williams b: 1769 d. August 13, 1833, Newberry, SC. Married Rebecca Watts. (2nd wife: Rebecca Williams Bullock, his widowed 1st cousin, d/o Col. John Williams of Edgefield, S.C.) Children-Sarah Wallace Williams 1805, Rebecca Bullock Williams 1809
- Washington Williams b. August 22, 1771 Laurens Co., South Carolina, d. June 24, 1829. Married Sarah Griffin b: 30 Mar 1778 in VA child- Margaret Griffin WILLIAMS b: 13 Mar 1816
- Daniel Williams b ca 1763 Granville Co., NC Daniel was later hung and disemboweled alongside his brother on 9 Nov 1781 by "Bloody Bill" Cunningham at Haye's Station, South Carolina during the American Revolution. (Source: The Patriots at Kings Mountain, by Bobby Gilmer Moss, Scotia-Hibernia Press, 1990.)
- Joseph Williams b ca. 1767 Granville Co., NC. He served under his father at the Battle of Kings Mountain in Oct. 1780 and witnessed his death.. Joseph was later hung and disembowed alongside his brother on 9 Nov 1781 by "Bloody Bill" Cunningham at Haye's Station, South Carolina during the American Revolution.
- John Williams, b. ca. 1769, d. "poisoned at close of Revolutionary War while away on family business", possibly in Virginia.
- Elizabeth Williams, d. ca 1807 Musgrove Mill, Laurens Co., SC. Married James Tinsley. Buried Williams Fam Cem, Laurens Co., South Carolina
- Sarah Williams, Married John Griffin abt 1787
- Elizabeth Anne Williams b: 28 MAY 1759 married William Thomas Caldwell, son of William and Rebecca Park Walkup Caldwell
- Joseph Williams
- James Atwood Williams married his cousin Mary Williams d/o James Henderson Williams and Mary Wallace
- Duke Williams married Martha __.
- Mary Williams married Jacob Young
- Rebecca Williams married 1st John Bullock b ca 1760 Granville,North Carolina and had nine children between 1780 and 1812. His brother was Daniel B. Bullock born on Oct 25 1762. He died on Jun 8 1835 in Edgefield District, married- Jane Sinquefield b: 1 MAY 1769 in South Carolina. They were the sons of John Bullock and Mary Mitchell. John Bullock Sr. died 1799 in Edgefield,South Carolina. Will lists 34 slaves and 962+ acres of land--written 10 Sep 1799. Did patriotic service in American Revolution. He had a sister Agnes Bullock who married a John Williams b ca 1711. After John Bullock Jr. died between 1808 and 30 April 1818, Rebecca married 2nd, 1st cousin, Col. James Williams, Jr., s/o James Henderson Williams and Mary Wallace. Rebecca's nine children were under 21 at that time. The families were very close because Col. James Williams named one of his children Rebecca Bullock Williams, his cousin Rebeca's married name.