Note: ther of Susanne Blue who, with her father, was captured by Indians and taken to Detroit area from which Williams escaped and some 13 years later got Susanne back to Hampshire. Susanna Blue was the daughter of Susanna Williams who, in turn, was the daughter of Peter Peters. (by Willard M. "Bud" Ansel)"
"The Chalice" Issue 13, #1, May 1995. Natl Blue Family Assoc. "Our Peters Lineage" by Willard Monroe Ansel. "In the year 1773, Peter Peters died and in his last will and testament, being dated Oct 17, 1772 - probated on March 9, 1773, it was stated that Peter Peters had three daughters, namely, Mary, whom it was revealed was married to Peter Rambow; Hannah was wed to Robert Parker, a son of John Parker who was the builder of Fort Parker... The will also establishes the fact daughter Susannah was married to Richard Williams to whom lot #32 had been conveyed a year earlier. ...at time of death, 182 acres of land on New Creek, now Mineral County, WV which he devised to his three sons-in-laws, Peter Rambo, Robert Parker and Richard Williams."
The Library of Virginia search results. Index to Wills and Administrations: Catalog Card. "Williams Susanna (Susanah) 1786. Will Book C, 1783-1791 (Reel 32). p 202-203. Will pro. 28 Mar 1786. p 204. Inv & Appr. rec. 16 Oct 1786. Part of index to Culpeper County Wills and Administrations (1749-1800) Culpeper County VA. Wills aat. Williams, Susanah. Collection: Virginia wills and administrations."
Note: "The Chalice", Issue 13, #1, May 1995. Natl Blue Family Assoc. p 32. "...Richard Williams, fa
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