In the late 1700’s brothers Stephen and John Jones, traveled from Virginia to a flat meadow just across a creek, today known as Dunn’s Creek; built a log cabin for their families. A band of renegade Cherokee attacked the cabin; massacred members of this family. From the front porch of the home Walker Williams built in 1903 for his bride, Ida, you can look across the creek and see their burial mounds. As you read do not miss the recipes; many of the submissions were given by our aunts and uncles almost 20 years ago. Williams’ Gatherings were always a treat – good food and F U N! We, cousins, continue to meet at least once a year to continue this tradition, share memories, and YES….. EAT!