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... During King William's War, in Major Benjamin Church's second expedition a year later on 11 September 1690, he arrived with 300 men at Casco Bay ... He went up the Androscoggin River to the English fort Pejepscot (present-day Brunswick, Maine) ... Head Light, which in 1899 would be named Fort Williams, after Major General Seth Williams of the Civil War ...
... On the parcel was located Fort Williams, established as a settler's fort in 1756 by Richard Williams ... Williams and his family were living on the plantation of his father-in-law Peter Peters on the South Branch Potomac River in 1755 at the time of a Native American attack ... Williams built his fort, Fort Williams, after he arrived home from Native American captivity, in the spring of 1756 ...
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