William Lewis, Jr. - son of William Lewis, Sr.

In 1735, Henry McCulloch was granted 60,000 acres of land along the Black River, north of present-day Wilmington, NC, and he convinced many families in Northern Ireland to move to this area, including William Lewis, Jr. William Lewis, Jr. brought his family (wife's name unknown) to the Black River area of North Carolina in 1736 (New Hanover County - now Pender County). His five children were all born in Northern Ireland: James (b. 1723), Mary (b. 1724), Jane (b. 1726), Jacob (b. 1728), and William III (b. 1730).

William Lewis, Jr. was born in Northern Ireland around 1690 and he died in North Carolina in 1755. As much of his lineage that is available continues in this site. More will be added as research uncovers it.

 James Lewis

Mary Lewis

Jane Lewis

Jacob Lewis

William Lewis, III

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