Dial Sanford Williams

2nd Lieutenant, Company F, 5th Kentucky Infantry

Researched by Stephen D. Bowling

Son of Mason H. P. Williams, Jr. and Priscilla (Patrick) Williams

Born– February 4, 1840 in Morgan County, Kentucky

Dial Sanford Williams
1850 Owsley County County Census
     Mason Williams               30
     Priscila Williams            31
          Sanford Williams        11
          Sarah Williams          7
          Mary Williams           5
          Wilie Williams          2
1860 Morgan County, Kentucky Federal Census
Division 2, house #462-462
     Mason Williams, Jr.          40       
     Percilla Williams            40
          Dial Williams           20
          Sarah Williams          17       
          Mary S. Williams        14
          Wiley C. Williams       11
          Mason Williams          9
          Rebecca Williams        4
          Benjamin F. Williams    11 months

Married Did not marry

Died– 1864, June 15 shot and killed on White Oak in Morgan County, Kentucky by elements of Captain William Strong’s Company E of the Three Forks Battalion.

The vest Dial S. Williams was wearing when he was shot and killed in a private collection.

Buried– White Oak Cemetery, White Oak, Morgan County, Kentucky

Dial S. Williams’ tombstone at the White Oak Cemetery in Morgan County, Kentucky. – Source

© 2022 Stephen D. Bowling


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Director of the Breathitt County Public Library and Heritage Center in Jackson, Kentucky.
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