Created Jan 2002. Please use only as a GUIDE only. Always subject to additions and corrections. .
I received records from: "Alachua County FL Court Records: copied from the Clerk of the Court Site"; FL Military records from: Indian River County Main Library, Florida History & Genealogy Dept, Vero Beach, Florida; and Williams, Pendarvis, Babb, Sanders researchers and genealogy books. My thanks for all their wonderful online help and kindness.
AKA Lew/Lewelling/Lewellan/Llwellyn b Virgina (as on Mary Exley's 1880 Census Records for FL) died: August 8, 1836 Alachua County, FL
Llewellyn Williams is listed under "JACKSONVILLE-THE FIRST GRAND JURY". He was selected and impaneled on December 2, 1823.
[Source:] Pioneers of Florida's First Coast" page 46]
Lewellen Williams was also county clerk 1826 Alachua County, FL. Lewellen owned a store with Thomas Barrow in 1836, Alachua County, FL called "Williams & Barrow".
Documation: 1838 Alachua County Fl Probate Records
Fernando A. Underwood, Justice of the Peace, was made Guardian: of Minnerva Williams, Margarett Williams, Lewellan Williams, and Nancy Williams. F.A. Underwood's father: John Underwood, was from Camden County, GA, as written in his probate records.
Lewellin Williams was in the "Florida War" which is also known as the "2nd Seminole War". He served in two units: "6 Regiment Florida Militia" and "1 Reg't (Warren's) Florida Militia." He was known as a Captain and a Private.
There was also a pension filed. Lewellen's files can be (copied) ordered from the "National Archives". Pension #11863 of the Old War MC-1442.
"Compiled Service Records of Volunteer Soldiers who served in Organizations from the State of Florida during the Florida Indian Wars, 1835-1858, "National Archives Microfilm Series M1086, Reel #9
[Source:] "Indian River County Main Library, Florida History & Genealogy Dept, Vero Beach, Florida."
Major Williams Information
More Williams Records
............+ ? unknown b ? SC d abt 1834 FLbirth state from Alachua County Fl Census 1880 of daughter Mary Exley.
............ Margarett M. Williams (Mary) b abt 1824 Territory of FL d ?
...................+ Isaac B. Blanton
..................+  James B. Exley b ? d 1857, Alachua County, FL
[Source:] Contact: Jim & Jenny Sanders
SEE: New page on Mary Williams Blanton Exley Family Line&
SEE: Exley-Pendarvis Probate Records
............... Minnerva/Manerva Williams b abt 1826 FL; On probate records of James Exley as witness 1857
............... William Savey Williams b d
Alachua County, FL Probate Court Record: William Scy Defendant 1869 794 JRBB1645
............... Nancy Williams b abt 1828 FL d Sept 1872 Alachua County, FL
.....................+James Pendarvis d 1872;
Family of James Pendarvis and Nancy Williams, Alachua County, Florida
.............. Lewallen A. Williams b. abt 1833 d abt 1867
Lewellen is on his Uncle James Exley's probate records with first cousin James Exley, and also his brother-in-law James Pendarvis, and sisters Mary & Minvera Williams. He was county clerk for several years for the County of Alachua, FL. Also one of the Road Comm., of Alachua County, also doing bussiness with George Brown, John Exley, and James Pendarvis, and others.
Captain Lewellen Williams (b. abt 1833) enlisted 5/23/61 in Company B, 2nd Florida Infantry at Newnansville. He was wounded 5/5/62 at Williamsburg and wounded again 5/31/62 at Seven Pines. He was absent sick in early 1863 and resigned 3/9/63 from General Hospital #4, Richmond.
Capt. Lew Williams
[Note: from Jim]
Margaret's brother was killed in the "Battle of Seven-Pines"; He was a commander. Olmstead wrote letter home about her brother and son, being killed in the war.
[DOCUMENTED]: 1867 Probate records for Alachua Co, FL
Lewellan AKA Lew/Lewelling/Llewelyn/Lewellen Williams is brother of Nancy Williams Pendarvis. He left personal proverty to sister Nancy Williams-Pendarvis.
[Note:] I haven't seen or read any records of any marriage on Lew Williams.
All court records found are from: Alachua County FL Records: copied from the Clerk of the Court site.
Lewellen Williams, Sr was killed 8 August 1836. He was in the 1st Regiment of the Florida Militia (Warren's).
[Source}Compiled Service Records of Volunteer Soldiers who served in Organizations from the State of Florida during the Florida Indian Wars, 1835-1858, National Archives Microfilm Series M1086, Reel #9; from: "Indian River County Main Library, Florida History & Genealogy Dept, Vero Beach, Florida.