NameCharles Williams 107047,107048,107049
Birth Memobet 1755-1774?
Census1800, St Mary’s County, MD107049
Pg 85-92 St Mary’s Co MD Militia 1794: Charles Williams22850

p.292 Williams, Charles. Private, 3rd MD Line. Applied for and received pension S35122 on 5 May 1818, aged 57, in St Mary's Co, stating he enlisted on 27 Mar 1780, and participated in the Battles of Camden, Guilford (Court House), Ninety-Six, and Eutaw Springs. Two weeks prior to the expiration of his term of enlistment he went as a guard to prisoners from Annapolis to Frederick and was there discharged in Apr 1783. In 1820 he stated he had 6 children between the ages of 10 and 25 (4 sons and 3 daus), but no names were given. A son James was mentioned in 1833. Charles d: 16 Feb 1839, leaving two children of which Mary Hill was the only one named (Ref: D-178, U-40, P-3850, and National Genealogical Socy Quarterly, Vol. 34, No. 2 (1946), p.70). This latter source stated “This pensioner is the only one of the name in the MD troops as found in the Rev. War records of the Pension Bureau.” It should be noted, however, that there was a Charles Williams who served as a private from Harford Co and another who was a private from Anne Arundel Co, even though they apparently were not pensioners (Ref: D-59). There was also a Charles Williams in Calvert Co who made a request to the Gov of MD for bounty money on 1 Jun 1779, but the nature of his request was not specified (Ref: V-226).8179

Records of MD Troops in the Continental Service8528
p.59 Enrolled by Lt J. B. Hall. Passed by Aquilla Hall, 5 Aug 1776: Charles Williams
p.178 From Oct Muster, 1780 & Jul, &c.
Williams, Charles; Rank pt; Enlisted: 27 Mar 80; Discharged 1 Nov 80; Remarks: Present
p.369 Name: Chas Williams, Time: 3 yrs, Recruit, To Whom Delivered: Capt Trueman
p.394 3rd Company 3rd Regiment, Private: Charles Williams
p.509 Lt Lynn’s Co: Charles Williams, Private, dischd 27 Mch ‘83
p.560 Private Charles Williams 1st; Discharged 20 Aug ‘83; Served between 1 Aug ‘80-1 Jan ‘82; Served between 1 Jan ‘82 - 1 Jan ‘83; Served between 1 Jan ‘83 - 15 Nov ‘83

The Laws of MD from End Year 179928347
Appendix - Resolutions
Passed 1 Jan 1813. In favour of Charles Williams and Jesse Bullock.
No. 27 Resolved, That the treasurer of the western shore be, and he is hereby directed and required to pay to Charles Williams, late a private in the revolutionary war, in the MD line, or to his order, annually in quarterly payments, a sum of money equal to the half pay of a private; and likewise, is hereby directed and required to pay to Jesse Bullock, late a private in the revolutionary war, in the MD line, or to his order, annually, in quarterly payments, a sum of money equal to the half pay of a private, as a further remuneration to them for those services by which their country has be so essentially benefitted.

St Mary’s County, MD in the American Revolution; Calendar of Events49184
Pg 170 Index of Military & Civilian Personnel of St Mary’s County, MD in the American Revolution: Williams, Charles, Pvt 3rd Regiment MD Line 5/24/1780; Actual Pg 70 - 24 May 1780: Council ordered the Commissary of Stores deliver to Capt John Davidson of the 2nd Regiment ... to be delivered to Capt Joseph Marbury of the 3rd Regt for the following recruits: Charles Williams

Charles Williams b: 1761 St Mary’s Co d: St Mary’s Co MD; Spouse: Celia Trotman (Timeline from Ancestry family tree -not accessible) (His wife?)
Charles Williams apparently Marr2: Mary Ann Hill who may have been Mary Ann Bleathen, who had Marr: Wm D. Hill (not sure)48293
Birthca 1761
ChildrenJames (1796-1844)
 UNNAMED (ca1797-)
 UNNAMED (ca1799-)
 UNNAMED (ca1801-)
 UNNAMED (ca1805-)
 UNNAMED (ca1808-)
 Mary (ca1810-)
Last Modified 22 May 2015Created 31 Jan 2017 using Reunion 11 by Chris Dunmore