Name: William Means
Note: Those sons, John and William became men of wealth and influence in Cabarrus County North Carolina, rich aristocratic country gentlemen, planters, land and slave owners. As a child, I saw something of their homes and estates. I remember the long
Note: rows of cabins for the families of their slaves.
Note: William MEANS II
Note: My Grandfather, John Means IV, had a half brother who was known as General William Means, whose large estate was near Concord, North Carolina. He was the father of Colonel Paul B. Means and WilliamMeans III, both of whom were known personally by
Note: the author more than 50 years ago. They were both lawyers arid men of note in their day. He had two other sons, Victor and Joseph, also a daughter, Betty. She married a Mr. Johnson of a prominent South Carolina family.
Note: SOURCE: Genealogy of the Families of Miles and Mary Means Lemmond and of their Brothers and Sisters, by Marcus Monroe Lemond, 1937, pages 43-44.
Father: William Means b: 1768 in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, USA