6. Anne WILLIAMSON5,38,55,56,57,58 was born about 1775. She lived in KY, Jefferson Co. in 1810. She lived in KY, Jefferson Co., Portland in 1820. Anne died on 12 March 1844 in KY, Jefferson Co., Louisville. She was buried in KY, Jefferson Co., Buechel, Pennsylvania Run Cemetery. The following excerpt from "History of Knox and Daviess Counties, Indiana" talks about her brother:
"Other settlers near Black Creek included George Williamson, brother-in-law of Bland Ballard, the great Indian fighter."
Anne and her husband did not, however, move to Indiana with the rest of the Smith and Williamson relatives.
Anne WILLIAMSON and Jacob SMITH were married on 19 September 1795 in KY, Jefferson Co., Louisville. Jacob SMITH6,38,55,56,58,59,60 was born on 5 April 1774 in PA, Bedford Co.. He lived in KY, Jefferson Co. in 1810. He lived in KY, Jefferson Co., Portland in 1820. Jacob lived in KY, Jefferson Co. in 1860. He died on 2 July 1860 in KY, Jefferson Co., Louisville.16 He was buried in July 1860 in KY, Jefferson Co., Louisville. Presumably he was buried next to his wife in Pennsylvania Run Cemetery. Jacob farmer . He served in Indian Wars. Jacob was known as an Indian fighter.
He was a friend of Bland Williams Ballard, noted KY Indian fighter and legislator, who married his sister-in-law, Elizabeth Williamson.
On 8 Sep 1790, in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY, "Jacob Smith sold to William Marshall, Jr. one horse for L23."
Anne WILLIAMSON and Jacob SMITH had the following children: