Hello, I have been researching my ancestry for several years. My great great great grandfather was Reverend Henry James Williams, married to Frances Anne Goodwin WilliamsThey lived in Louisa, Ky but from old family tales passed down, they lived in Louisa but he taught Sunday School and preached near the area of Louisa.Sometime around 1875-1876 Henry was walking home from Church with two of his sons, nearing a river and was shot.There are two versions of why he was shot, he stepped in to interrupt a fight between two men and got shot, or he was shot by a partner in his business??I am thinking he may have been a fairly wealthy man for this time and must have a newspaper article somewhere giving the details of this shooting and an Obituary and where he was buried. I know that Frances Anne's dad and mom, Reverend Henry B. Goodwin and Jane Billups were married in Cabell County in 1833 and moved to Louisa Ky by 1836 when Frances Anne was born.I am including what I have been told Would your newspaper have archived articles from this time period? Or can you suggest a place to locate an old news article?Henry and Frances Williams moved to Crawford County, Kansas, then back near Louisa, Kentucky,and settled on George's Creek. It was at George's Creek that he is said to have owned a large farm, possibly 1,500 acres. He, also, owned a boat store and grist mill. His occupations at this time also included that of a Methodist Minister, who taught Sunday School and music. He was Pastor of a Methodist Church in West Virginia across from the mouth of George's Creek on the Levisa Fork. It is said that when he preached, he wore a top hat and a black frock coat with tails. It was in the vicinity of Louisa, on a Sunday morning in 1875 walking home from church with two of his sons, Henry came upon an argument between two guys, there was gun play and Henry got shot and killed. He is buried in the vicinity of Georges Creek, Lawrence county , Kentucky. From the marriage books for Lawrence Co. , KentuckyHenry William, age 29His second marriage.He was born in Lincoln, EnglandHe married 29 Jan. 1857 to:Frances A. Goodwin, of Louisa, Ky. age 20 - Her first marriageShe was born Louisa, Ky.Married by Jas. W. ArrisWilliams, Henry, Reg. 13, Co. D, Pvt.;Lawrence County Confederate SoldiersLawrence County Confederate Soldiers Henry WilliamsNo. Soldier Name Side Function Regiment Name1 Williams, Henry Confederate Cavalry 13th Regiment, Kentucky CavalryCivil War Soldiers and Sailors SystemHenry Williams (Confederate)Enlistment:- Enlisted on Oct 4 1862 at Whitesburg, KY as PrivateMustering information:- Enlisted into D Company, 13th Cavalry (Kentucky) on Oct 4 1862Sources for the above information:- Confederate Kentucky Volunteers War 1861-65, (1915) Home in 1860(City,County,State) Age in 1860 Estimated Birth Year Birthplace GenderHenry Williams Not Stated, Lawrence, KY 33 1826 England MaleFrancis Williams Not Stated, Lawrence, KY 24 1835 Kentucky FemaleElizabeth Unrue Not Stated, Lawrence, KY 10 1849 Kentucky FemaleElizabeth S Williams Not Stated, Lawrence, KY 1 1858 Kentucky FemaleCharles A Goodwin of Lawrence County Ky to Milton Freese of Boyd County KY deed book H page 55 January 12, 1866. Personal Property Griffeth Creek. Mentioned H H Goodwin and C A Goodwin. This was a 15 year lease from Henry Williams.87-87 WILLIAMS, Henry J 44 M W Engineer 300 ENG Frances A 33 F W Keep House KYElizabeth 10 F W Attending School KYAdella 7 F W Attending School KYHarrison 4 M W KYEmma J (born August) 10/12 F W KYGOODWIN, Jane 63 F Whttp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ky/lawrence/census/1870/precinct6.txt Supposedly buried at the Border's Chapel Cemetery Near Louisa, Lawrence county ,Ky"I think that it is in the area across the Levisa Fork area of GeorgesCreek, There is an old Church sitting there about a 100 yards from thebank of the Levisa Fork. There is supposed to be a cemetery high onthe hill behind a house there. I think that you have to go up river aways before you can get across and come back down river to the place.It is Borders Chapel, about 10 miles South of Louisa. George's Creek spillsinto the Levisa River there. I know where the George's Creek cemetery is, butthat is not the one we are looking for. There are 2 or 3 good sized cemeteryalong this road. Borders Chapel is a Methodist Church, a very old one."