THE ANNON FAMILY


ANNON FAMILY TREE PAGE 1


I have not done much research on this family. However, I find various spellings; particularly in the 4th letter on which vowel is used. Annan and Annen supposedly came from Scotland. It is also possible that the family left Ireland for fear of persecution. At any rate; our ancestor is believed to be General Joseph Annon who reportedly came from Ireland. He had a daughter named Peggy, who married John Williamson II. They were the parents of three children including Peter Williamson (I). They lived in Virginia and later moved to Johnstown, Ohio. John Williamson's name appears on an 1800 county assessment for Berkley County (now West Virginia). This is probably John II, but there are several John's and Peter's in the Williamson family and research gets confusing. At any rate, John assessed 160 acres to a Peter Williamson in 1789. Additional information on other families mentioned here, may be obtained by selecting the appropriate surname page.


For descendents of General Joseph Annon, select:THE ANNON TREE


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