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Lewis Wills (son of Unk Wills) was born October 1744 in Strasbourg, Alsace, Germany, and died Bet. March 05 - 15, 1832 in Byrd's Ford, Greene Co., TN - drowned Nolichucky River. He married Catherine Dick on 1770 in Lancaster Co., PA, daughter of Peter Dick III and Mary Elizabeth Linton.

 Includes NotesNotes for Lewis Wills:
From Lena Wills: The earliest ancestor of the Wills family of Johnson Co., Tenn. Of whom we have a record is a Lewis Wills, born in Strausburg on the river Rhine in Alsace. Alsace was a French province from 1648 to 1871. Prior to 1648 it had been a German principality for about 700 years. Most of the people were of German descent and spoke the German language. According to Lewis' Revolutionary War pension application, he was born 1744 and came to Lancaster Co., Pa. in 1748. He was drown at Byrd's Ford on the Nolichucky River, Greene Co., Tenn. March 5, 1832 when he was 88 years old.
There are different versions of Lewis' parentage, but the most likely seems to be that he started for America with his father and step=mother when quite young. The father died on the way and his step-mother gave him to a family of Lancaster, Pa., with whom he stayed until 21 years old. He married in Lancaster Co., 1770, Catherine Dick, daughter of Peter and Mary Elizabeth (Linton) Dick. Catherine was born 1747, on board ship as her family came to America. It is said that a close relative was Dr. Elisha Cullen Dick, one of the three physicians in attendance upon George Washington during his fatal illness. Dr. Dick was practicing in Alexandria at the time, was by birth a Pennsylvanian and by faith a member of the Society of Friends. There is a tradition that Dr. Dick stopped the clock on the mantel in General Washington's room at the moment of his death. Mrs. Washington later presented this clock to the Doctor and he in turn presented it to the Alexandria-Washington Lodge of Masons, of which George Washington had been a first Master and later Dr. Dick served in this capacity.
The first Lewis Will's Revolutionary War pension application reads: Born Oct., 1744, Strausburg, Alsace, Germany. Entered the army for eighteen months, Virginia; served in Capt. Lamb's Company. Co. Carlin's Regiment; discharged Winchester Barracks, Frederick Co., Va. After serving his term. Was in battle under General Wain at Jamestown and in the taking of Cornwallis at Yorktown.
Peter Dick's (Dyche's) record for the Revolutionary War reads: born ca. 1748, Germany; died 1790, Frederick Co., Va. Served in the War as a private in Capt. Alexander Lawson Smith's Co., Rawlings Regiment, Continental troops, commanded by Col. Daniel Morgan. He acted in the capacity of Wagonmaster.
Lewis and Catherine (Dick) Wills moved to Frederick Co., Va. Ca; 1780 as that is the time they bought land there. Then in 1795, the Washington Co., Va. Courthouse records show that Lewis bought a farm of 402 acres and paid $1566.00 for it. Then, it is said, that while living in Southwest Va. He entered into a contract with the state of North Carolina to build a forge, for which he was to receive a land grant. He crossed the mountains and finding iron ore and water on Little Doe Creek (in what is now Johnson Col, Tenn.) he built a forge. Here he lived and reared their family until Catherine's death about 1802. Lewis and Catherine had seven children: John, Peter, Elizabeth, Mary, Barbara, Lewis and Sarah. The oldest four possibly born in Pennsylvania. Lewis married second, Ellen M. King and they moved to Greene Co., Va. After their marriage and he died there in 1832 when 88 years old.
There were five children by this second marriage. Catherine is buried in the Wills Cemetery, near where they lived, just north of Mountain City, Tenn. (Johnson Co.)

ID: I12571
Name: Lewis WILLS 1
Sex: M
Birth: 1744 in Strausburg, Alsace, France 1
Death: 5 MAR 1832 in Greene County, Tennessee 1
Occupation: Farmer/land Speculator 1 2
Reference Number: 12571
Born in Strausbaugh on the River Rhine in Alsace, France, in 1744. He was of German/English decent and came to Lancaster County, Pennsylvania in 1748. It was there he married Catherine Dick in 1770. In 1780, Lewis bought a farm in Frederick County Virginia. In 1781, he entered the army serving 18 month during the Revolutionary War. He was in a battle at Jamestown and also at the taking of Cornwallis at Little York. He found iron ore in Johnson County, Tennessee and built a forge on 78 acres which he sold in 1797 for$10,000, a fortune in those days. Lewis was a very industrious and energetic man, a farmer and land speculator. He drowned at Byrd's Ford on the Nolickucky River in Green County, Tennessee on March 5, 1832 at age 88. His horse was found tied to a tree.

Lewis Wills was born in October, 1744 in Strasbourg on the Rhine River in Alsace. This was a French province from 1648 to 1871. It had been a German principality for about 700 years prior to 1648. Most of the people were of German descent and spoke that language. According to Lewis'pension application, he was born in 1744. Lewis came to Lancaster Co., PA about 1748. Lewis adopted himself to a family in Lancaster Co., PA and remained with them until he was 21 years old. In 1770 while still in PA, Lewis married Catherine Dick. Lewis and Catey Wills had 8 children: John, Peter, Elizabeth, Mary, Barbara, Lewis, David, & Sarah. Lewis and his 1st family migrated south through VA and shortly before the turn of the century they settled in Carter Co., TN. This part of Carter Co. is now Johnson Co. Lewis Wills' 1st wife, supposedly died in 1802. After Catey's death, Lewis married Ellen. Lewis and Ellen had 5 children: Jacob, Sophia, Ellen, Robert, & Martha. Lewis and his 2nd family moved to Greene Co., TN in 1818. Lewis was drowned at Byrd's Ford, Nolichuckey River,Greene Co.,TN on March 5, 1832. He was 88 years old. His horse was found tied to a tree on the bank. County records show that the county court paid $5 for an autopsy of his body. has invited you to join the DescendantsLewisWills group!
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I am proud to know that Lewis Wills is my grandfather! I joined the DAR in 2001 based on Lewis Wills' service record in the Revolutionary War. I would love to find out more about the ancestors and descendants of Lewis Wills! I hope that this group will bring together many Wills cousins so that we can work together to find out more about our heritage. See information below for information on my direct line to Lewis Wills. I hope to hear from you soon!
Your cousin,
Cynthia Wills Whitlock
114 Busbee Rd.
Knoxville, TN 37920
(865) 573-0972
(865) 335-3432 mobile phone

My line to Lewis Wills is:
Cynthia Jane Wills md. John Carl Whitlock, Jr. on Dec. 19, 1981 in Greene Co., TN
Edward Fox Wills md. Bobbie Justine Hensley on May 20, 1950 in Walker Co., GA
William Lee Wills md. Vina Stella Conduff on May 29, 1834 in Greene Co., TN
Jacob Sylvanus Wills md. Nancy Renner on April 22, 1888 in Greene Co., TN
William Daniel Wills md. Elizabeth Lawson on August 11, 1867 in Greene Co., TN
Jacob Wills md. Ruth Daniel on July 13, 1830 in Greene Co., TN
Lewis Wills md. Martha Ellen King on Oct 15, 1792 in North Carolina
AGE 90
DIED MARCH 5, 1832

Subj: Wills family research
Date: 6/26/2003 10:17:33 AM Pacific Standard Time
From: CyndieWhitlock
CC:, WEvans9480

Sissy and Blanche,
I did a search at and found your old message below. I hope that at least one of you can still be contacted at these old email addresses. I am wondering if we are Wills cousins, as I see in your list below the name of my Revolutionary War ancestor, Lewis Wills (1744-1832), who died in Virginia.
This is the first hint I have had of possible parents for my Lewis Wills! Any further information would be most appreciated! Blanche, is your book still available?
I have just started a small private group at yahoo for "Descendants of Lewis Wills" to which I am forwarding this message. I also sent a copy to Wes Evans who is also from this Wills line. I hope to hear from both of you soon!

Cynthia Wills Whitlock
114 Busbee Rd.
Knoxville, TN 37920
(865) 573-0972
(865) 335-3432 cell phone
preferred address

Date: Thu, 10 May 2001 03:28:33 -0500
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Subject: Fw: My WILLS ancestorsContent-Type: text/plainContent-Transfer-Encoding: 7bitYes, I am a cousin .... I have a book called "My Virginia Kin", ByBlanche Baldridge and I will place the corrections in brackets, like so [] to your list. And see where we differ or you can tell me where youattain your information, and I'll list hers and mine. So, here goes thetransformation ...Sissy
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Date: Sat, 24 Mar 2001 11:05:09 EST
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Hello,Do I have any "cousins" out there? Would like to hear from you. This is my WILLS line.

Descendants of Emanuel Wills [ Due to the missing records, some destroyed by fire, others by wars, of a number of the VA Co., especially those of Warwick, King and Queen, Elizabeth City and Buckingham, it has not been possible to establish the parentage of James Wills, Sr. The large bible mentioned in his will may have contained this information,but if extant it has not been located to date. There is conclusive evidence to show that he was of the same family as Elias, Willis,*Lawrence, Edmund and Matthew Wills, brothers, and who were contemporaries of James. They originated in Warwick Co., VA. Records are recorded for Elias in King and Queen, Amelia, Albemarle and FluvannaCo.; for Willis in Warwick, King and Queen and Fluvanna Co., VA; for Lawrence in Warwick, Prince George and Amelia; for Edmund in Amelia and Nottoway Co., and for Matthew in Prince George and Amelia Co's., Va. These men possessed considerable wealth, were prominent in their communities. ("William and Mary College Quarterly," Volume XXIV, # 3) gives the probable identity to Elias Wills' grandsire, quote: "Elias Wills died in 1805, a very old man. Elias Wills was doubtless a grandson of Elias Wills of Warwick County and Mary Condon, his wife." Elias and Willis were popular Wills names, being carried down in a number of the families of Warwick County origin, and this was also true in James' family. Origin of the family was England. Person by that name are found at an early date in County Cornwall; later, they are recorded in Devonshire, and Somersetshire. See page 221
* Note: My attention has recently been called to the publication,"Colonial Families Of The Southern States of America," by Stella Pickett Hardy. this is an excellent reference book, and the author, in her first edition, has requested corrections; therefore, I take this opportunity to correct errors made on the Wills family of Warwick Co., VA Page 27, "5
--2. Mary , m. (first) John Tabb, Jr., (second) Matthew Willis, ofWarwick Co., Va.; (third) Robert Armistead." Matthew Willis should read
---Matthew Wills. Page 128, "4--5 Emanuel Willis, " should read ---Emanuel Wills. End of quote and corrections. Lawrence Wills of theforegoing paragraph married a daughter of John and Mary (Armistead) Tabb,Jr.

Being positive that errors will also be found in this work, "My Virginia Kin," regardless of the care that has been taken in copying the records,reading the galley proofs and checking the printed pages preparatory to the completion of the book , I too, shall be grateful to receive corrections to errors wherever found, regardless of how small.

Blanche H. Baldridge
201 West Mission Street
Strawberry Point, Iowa
April 1959
page 221 A Wills Family Of Warwick and Fluvanna Counties, Virginia, andTexas

Attention is called here to Elias, Willis, Lawrence and Matthew Wills,who are referred to in this work on page 89, (above).
Willis Wills of Fluvanna County, Virginia, who left a will dated Sept.14, 1782, probated Oct. 3, 1782 in the same county, mentioned his brothers, Elias Wills of Fluvanna County and Matthew Wills of AmeliaCounty, Virginia. In his will he also mentioned his daughters, Elizabeth Wills and Rebecca, who married a Cole and a son, Elias. In a deed recorded in Amelia County, Willis stated that he was " of Warwick Co.,VA."

It is recorded in the ("Amelia Co., VA Deed Book 17," p. 212, yr. 1785) that Elias Wills of Fluvanna County, gave the use of a 200 acre tract ofland on Namaseen (Nauwzeen) Creek to his loving brother, Edmund." Alsomentioned Willis Wills as his brother in this deed.

Edmund Wills, Sr. of Amelia County, later Nottoway County, left a willdated Oct. 17, 1796, probated Sept. 7, 1797 (Nottoway Co., VA Will Book1789-1802") in which he mentioned his nephew, Edmund wills as one of hisexecutors. He also mentioned his wife Elizabeth; dau's., - Mary HaynesColeman, Mildred and Lucy; sons, - Matthews, Willis, Edmund, Laurence H.,(his Mothers' maiden name was Laurence (Lawrence), Elias, William, Johnand Simon Wills, in his will.

Lawrence Wills of Raleigh Parish, Amelia Co., VA left a will ("Will Book3, " p. 318, yr. 1784) in which he mentioned his son, Edmund Wills as oneof his executors. Year 1802 this Edmund was referred to as Majjor. William C. Wills, son of Edmund Wills, Sr. bro of Elias of Fluvanna,Etc., lift a will - (Nottoway Co, Va., Will Book 1," p. 282, 1789-1802)and had as one of his witnesses, Thomas T. Wills. Thos. T. Wills took the Matthew Wills Inventory (Amelia co., Sept. 27, 1798). Willis Wills settled the estate of Matthew Wills, ("Amelia Co., Va. Will Book 7," p.308, 1807). Matthew died intestate 1798. Lawrence had a son, Thomas Tabb Wills. Lawrence's name appears on all major business transactionsin Amelia County as a witness for these Wills' brothers. Lawrence also mentioned, in his will, his wife, Ann; daughters, Elizabeth Newman, AnnMoseby, Prudence Dupuy, and Lucy Wills; and son, William in addition to the two sons, Edmund and Thos. Tabb Wills previously mentioned.

At a previous date the writer had some research made on this Wills family of Warwick County, Virginia. Matthew Wills of Mulberry Island, WarwickCo., b. ca. 1696, d. 1760 in Warwick Co., appeared, with the information at hand, to be the logical parent of these brothers, but this tentative placing of his relationship was erroneous as the following references show. thier is conclusive evidence to show that James Wills (refer to page 89) had a family connection to this Wills family

Elias Wills, of Fluvanna Co., VA was son of John Wills, who marriedSusanna Robinson and died year 1770. John was son of Elias Wills ofMulberry Island, (Warwick Co., now Warwick City), VA, who married MaryCondon, daughter of David Condon And Elizabeth Scarsbrook. Reference,"Ancestors and Descendents of John Quarles Winn and his wife, MaryLiscome Jarvis," by the Rev.David Watson Winn and Elizabeth Jarvis Winn.]

1 Emanuel Wills b: in England d: VA
+Elizabeth Cole m: October 13, 1635 in St Gregory, StPeter by St Paul, London, England
2 John Wills b: Abt August 24, 1638 in England
3 William Wills b: in Warwick Co, VA d: Bef 1713
+Elizabeth Jones ?
4 Matthew Wills b: in Isle of Wight, VA d: Abt 1760
5 James Wills b: Abt 1740 d: Abt 1820 Nelson Co,VA [Last Will and Testament of James Wills, Sr., can be found Nelson Co.,VA, Will Book B, pages 176 -178), dated 29 Sept 1820. Probated 26 Feb1821, so he must have died between the winter months of 1820-21.]
........ [1 +Mary]
...... 6 James Wills, Jr b: Abt 1778 d: Abt June 1813
.......... +Elizabeth Warwick m: October 3, 1795 in AmherstCo, VA ....... 7 Jefferson L. Wills (left in grandfather will, 2nd. I give,devise and bequeath to my grandson, Jefferson L. Wills, son of my son,James Wills, Jr., dec'd., two hundred and fifty acres of the tract ofland on which his mother now resides, the entire tract containingfour-hundred acres, three hundred and sixty-seven of which was purchasedunder a deed of trust made by my said son, James to Murphy, Broun & Co.,and thirty-three acres residue was purchased by me of my said son by deedof record inthe court of Nelson County, which said two-hundred and fiftyacres having been intended to be given to my said grandson, I wishgrandson, I wish land of such manner by my said executors as to includethe dweling house to him andto his heirs forever, reserving the libertyto his Mother to use the said land and enjoy the benefits there of jointly with him during her natural life or widowhood, the residue of thetract being one-hundred and fifty acres
......... 7 Pamelia Wills md. James Smith I devise andbequeath to my granddaughter, Pamelia Smith, the wife of James Smith toher and to hte heirs of her body forever. I also give my saidgranddaughter the negroes (2) namely Gordon and Hannah now in thepossession of her mother, Elizabeth Wills, to her and the heirs of herbody forever. The residue of my negroes on said plantation consisting ofJohn, Creasy, Hill and Disy now in the possession of my saiddaughter-in-law, Elizabeth Wills, (wife of James Wills, Jr., Dec'd.). Igive and devise and bequeath to my grandson, Jefferson L. Wills and tohis heirs forever allowing to his mother the liberty as to use and profitin the same manner as the land left them durng her life or widowhood. having advanced considerable sum of money for my said son, James in hislifefime it is not my will and desire that his children should have anymore of my setate nor do I wish them to be held responsible for any suchadvancement made to their said father
....... 6 Mary Elizabeth Wills d: Bef March 1842
.......... +Ezekiel Hill m: January 18, 1790 Amherst Co,VA
...... 6 Judith Wills b. 24 Oct 1764 { these are my gggggrandparents }
.......... md. 11 Sep 1791 Amherst Co., VA., Samuel Hill, surety,consent of her father
........... + John Thompson b. 26 jan 1766 d. 16 May 1822Botetourt Co., VA
.......... buried with Masonic honors. Son of James & Mary(Arms/Armstrong ?) Thompson dau. of James and 1st wife, Mary
....; (transcribed from the family Bibleof John and Judith (Wills) Thompson. The writer is indebted to MissEarle S. Dennis of Bedford, VA., gg gd. of Judith, for this record.]The following deed may show where they lived in Amherst Co., (Nelsonafter 1807). "Yr. 1807, John Thompson, Judith his wife, James Wills,Mildred his wife, all of Amherst Co., sell to Hawes Coleman for 1000pounds, tow tracts of land on bracnches of Naked Creek, being lands JohnThompson & James Wills purchased of Martin Bibb & Tandy Johnson. Onetract of 200 acres, corner of James bibb & john Loving, touches lines ofJames Wills, Sr. Wm Bibb, dec'd. etc." Another tract containing 200acres being land, " James wills bought from Tandy Johnson and joins landof Wm. Bibb, dec'd., John Loving, Wm. Loving, Wm. Hollingsworth, ParmanesBryant andestate of Conyers White, dec'd" (Additional inf for Judith isgiven in her father's will and in preceding data for him)
............ 7 Elizabeth W. b. 23 jul 1792 d. 7Sep 1839
............ md. 25 Dec 1807
............ + Elias M. Eubank b. unk d. in Texas
.......... 7 James Thompson b. 13 May 1794
.......... 7 John W. Thompson b. 6 Jan 1798 d. 8 Feb1849 while addressing the Speaker in the House of Delegates in richmond,VA. on the passage of a bell for his constituents of Botetourt Co., VA. Member of the Methodist Church
.............. md. 2 Nov 1825
............. +Nancy F. (McCrery) b. 31 May 1801 dau of John and Hannah McCrery
................ 8 Elizabeth Hannah Thompson b. 17 Jun 1830 d. 1Nov 1830
............... 8 John Patterson Thompson b. 20 Sept 1831
............... 8 Mary Margaret Thompson b. 28 Feb 1834 d.8 Dec 1843
............... 8 Judith Jane Thompson b. 3 Apr 1836
............... md
................ + [1] Joseph Cline
............... 9 unk Cline { only child of this union togrow to adulthood}
............... md
. ............... +Edward M. Dennis d. bothparents dec'd by 1958............... 10 Earle S. Dennis of BedfordCo., VA
............... + [2] Moses B. Claytor
............... 8 Ann Ellen Thompson b. 16 Jul 1838
............... 8 Martha Fulton Thompson b. 31 Jan 1842
............... 8 Virginia Taylor Thompson b. 10 Feb 1846
.......... 7 Creed Tazewell Thompson b. 13 Apr 1800 d. Aug 1841 Union Co., AR
.......... md. 11 Jan 1821
.......... + [1] Eliza G. Coleman b. d. 19 Nov1837
.............. 8 child
.............. 8 child
.............. 8 child
.............. 8 child
.............. 8 child
.............. 8 child
.......... + [2] unk
.............. 8 one childwas member of M. E. Church
.......... 7 Anderson Thompson b. 9 Sept 1802 d. 1879
.......... md. 15 Oct 1822 Botetourt Co., VA
.......... + Charlotte Rowland
............. 8 Dr. William Bartlett Thompson
............. md
.............. [1]
............. [2] Mrs. Delilah Powell Stringfield, widow of RevJames McK. Stringfield
.............. 9 Nancy Ann Stringfield b. 1861 d.1884+ Billy Robbins
................. 10 son Robbins
............. 9
............. 9
............. 9
............. 9 James Willliam Thompson b. 1874 d. 1965
............. md: 1899 Wilson Co., TX
............. + Sarah Alice Benton
................. 10 (2) nd dau. Mary Alice Thompson
................. md. 24 Dec Wichata Falls, TX
................. Rev. E.C. Ray
................. 11 Jerry Lynn Ray
................ 11 Mary Frances Ray (my mom), b. 1933 d. 26 Dec 1989................ 12 myself
............... 11 Ray
............. 9
............. 9
............. 9
.......... 7 Mary Ann Thompson b. 7 Jan 1805 d
........... md. 21 Sep 1820
......... + John Shirkey
.......... 7 Bartlett Thompson b. 27 Mar 1807 d
........... md. 21 Jun 1827
.......... + [1] Matilda T. Bumpass Luck
.......... [1] one dau. unk name************************************************i9
........ [2 +Mildred] Catlett Father: Mother:
...... 6 John Wills b: 1776
.......... +Elizabeth Pettyjohn Father: Mother:
........ 7 Elias J. Wills b: Abt 1800 in Nelson Co,VA d: Lexington,Rockbridge Co, VA
............ +Emily A. Eubank b: Abt 1805 m: August 1, 1825in Albemarle Co, VA Father: Mother:
........ 7 Mildred Wills b: Abt 1801
........ 7 John W. Wills b: 1803 d: 1890 Lexington, Rockbridge Co,VA
............ +Mary Saunders m: August 25, 1828 in Nelson Co,VA Father: Mother:........ 7 Sally Ann Wills b: December 28, 1806
........ 7 Lucy Wills
........ 7 N. Wills
........ 7 Rebecca Wills
........ 7 Theresa Morris Wills b: September 14, 1811
........ 7 James N. Wills b: 1814 in Nelson Co,VA d: Bef 1896
...... 6 Mary Elizabeth Wills d: Bef March 1842
.......... +Ezekiel Hill m: January 18, 1790 in AmherstCo, VA Father: Mother:...... 6 Elias Wills
...... 6 Lawrence Wills
...... 6 Rebecca Wills [3rd. I give, devise and bequeath to mydaughter, Rebecca Martin, wife of James Martin, three hundred acres ofland lying in Blizes (Blezes) Hollow and adjoining the land belinging tothe estate of Lucas Powell, dec'd, and others to be run off by a linedirected by my executors as to include the quantity to her portion equalto the land here-to-fore given to the rest of my children.] ...... 6 Willis Wills
...... 6 Lucy N. Wills
...... 6 Catlett Wills
...... 6 Nancy Wills
.... *2nd Wife of James Wills:
........ +Mary Father: Mother:
.... 5 John George Wills b: Abt 1720
.... 5 Daughter Wills
.... 5 Matthew Wills
.... 5 Lawrence Wills
.... 5 Edmund/Edward Wills
.... 5 Willis Wills
.... 5 Elias Wills
.... 5 Lucy Wills
.... 5 Lewis Wills b: October 1744 in VA d: March 5, 1832 VA
.... 5 Mary Wills
.... 5 William Wills
... 4 Francis Wills
... 4 Filmer Wills
... 4 Daughter Wills
... 4 Elias Wills
... 4 Thomas Wills
... 4 Richard Wills
... 4 William Wills
. 3 John Wills
. 3 Elias Wills b: in VA d: Bef 1713
..... +Mary Condon Father: Mother:
2 Elias Wills b: Abt September 11, 1640
2 Hannah Wills b: Abt September 15, 1642
2 Emanuel Wills b: Abt February 21, 1644/45 in Warwick Co, VA d: Point Comfort, VA
... +Elizabeth Cary m: Bef April 11, 1670 in Warwick Co, VA Father: Miles Cary Mother: Anne Taylor
. 3 Miles Wills b: in Mulberry, Warwick, VA
. 3 Emanuel Wills
2 Elizabeth Wills b: Abt January 4, 1646/47
2 Richard Wills b: Abt March 1, 1648/49
Continued later ...
End of WILLS-D Digest V01 Issue #10

Marriage 1 Catherine DICK b: 1753 in Virginia
Married: 1770 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania 1
John WILLS b: 1772 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
Peter L. WILLS b: 23 DEC 1776

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Text: Date of Import: Feb 6, 2000
Scott Donathan file,

More About Lewis Wills:
Immigration: 1748, Lancaster Co., PA.
Military service: Revolutionary War - see notes.

More About Lewis Wills and Catherine Dick:
Marriage: 1770, Lancaster Co., PA.

Children of Lewis Wills and Catherine Dick are:
  1. +Peter L Wills, b. December 23, 1776, Fredrick Co., VA, d. November 14, 1856, Johnson Co., TN.
  2. Lewis Wills, b. April 01, 1784.
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