Amos Chamberlain of Loudon, New Hampshire (1788-1818), and his wife, Betsy Wood, had five children: Louisa (m. Samuel Durgin), Julia Ann (m. Augustus D. Williams), Amos, Moses, and Elizabeth W. (d. 1839). Following the death of her first husband, Betsy Wood married Joseph Baker, also of Loudon, and they had several children, including Amanda and Henry. Louisa and Samuel Durgin lived in Gustavus and Fulton, Ohio, and had at least four children: Mary E., Elizabeth, Lydia, and Ida. Julia Ann Chamberlain and Augustus D. Williams married between October 1840 and April 1841, and had at least two children, Burt and Frances ("Fannie"). In the late 19th century, Fannie Williams corresponded regularly with her cousins Libbie and Ellen of Wauseon, Ohio.
Various other members of the Williams family lived in Tolland, Connecticut, and New York state.