Cindy (Williams) Lesure

Cindy (Williams) Lesure

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Cindy S. Lesure formerly Williams aka Spalding
Born 1950s.
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Cynthia Sue 'Cindy' Williams

  • I was born May 19, 1954 in Uniontown, Pennsylvania and am the daughter of Leo Huth Williams and Kathleen Mildred Maust. I am the youngest of five children and born nine years after the child before me. We grew up in Pennsylvania and Maryland and these are my four siblings; Esta Joanne 'Jo' Williams, Harry Lee Williams, Edwin Ray 'Ed' Williams and David Earl 'Dave' Williams.
  • When I was two years old, in 1956, my Father got a job in Rockville, Maryland and most of our family moved from Uniontown to Rockville. My sister Joanne Williams Crawford was married in 1955 and stayed in Uniontown where she lives today. My brothers Harry Williams, Ed Williams and David Williams all moved with the family to Rockville.
  • The various places I lived started in 1954 with Uniontown, Pennsylvania. During the 1960 US Census, I lived in Rockville, Maryland along with my parents, Leo Williams and Kathleen Maust as well as my siblings; Ed Williams and David Williams. During the 1970 US Census, I lived in Gaithersburg, Maryland with my parents, Leo Williams and Kathleen Maust.
  • In 1964 our family moved from Rockville to Gaithersburg, Maryland. Harry Williams had already moved to California in 1963. Ed Williams and David Williams both married in 1964 and lived nearby in Gaithersburg. We lived on a small farmette (just a little over five acres) and enjoyed living in the country instead of the suburbs.
  • I attended various schools in Montgomery County, Maryland starting with Twinbrook Elementary School, Rockville; Laytonsville Elementary School, Laytonsville; Gaithersburg Junior High School, Gaithersburg; and graduated from Gaithersburg High School, Gaithersburg in 1972.
  • My first job was in 1971 as a Cashier at Peoples Drug Store in Gaithersburg, Maryland. My parents insisted I get a job because a month after getting my driver license I got a speeding ticket. They refused to pay for it and that was the beginning of my days of driving over the limit!
  • My Mom and Dad left from my graduation ceremony and moved to Orlando, Florida. After a family trip in 1970 to Orlando my parents fell in love with Orlando and decided to move. After much drama on my teenage part, they agreed to wait until I graduated from high school. Thank you very much for that, Mom & Dad! The preliminary work for the move was all done long before I graduated June 12, 1972. My graduation present was the use of my Mother's car and staying the rest of the summer in Gaithersburg with friends.
  • I arrived in Orlando in early August 1972 and decided that it was time to marry Gregory Wayne 'Greg' Spalding. We married August 15, 1972 in the hospital chapel (his Father was in the hospital) in Olney, Maryland. Greg was in the Navy so after a short honeymoon trip (six weeks) to Alameda, California, he was on the USS Enterprise and was stationed in the Pacific so I returned to live with my parents in Orlando in October 1972.
  • Greg was stationed in Oakland, California, so I moved out there in June 1973. My Mother and I drove across country with a U-Haul and all my worldly possessions and I lived in Oakland for less than a year. My brother, Harry Williams lived in San Jose, California with his family which was not far and we visited at least twice a month. Greg was transferred again to Washington, DC in early 1974 and we moved back to Gaithersburg.
  • Later in 1975 we moved to Niantic, Connecticut for a job that he got in Middletown, Connecticut. In 1976 we moved to Orlando, Florida along with my brother, David Williams and his wife Dorcas Thompson. We shared a very large U-Haul truck and moved both our households to Florida. During the 1980 US Census I lived in Orlando, Florida[1] with Greg Spalding until my marriage ended in divorce March 29, 1984.
  • My second job was in 1972 as a Negative Cutter at Eckerds Photo Lab in Winter Park, Florida. In 1973 I was in Tupperware Sales in Oakland, California and in Gaithersburg, Maryland. I changed jobs in 1974 to be a Film Splicer at Kodak Photo Labs in Rockville, Maryland. When I thought we were moving, I quit my job at Kodak and ended up working again as a Cashier at Peoples Drug Store in 1975 in Gaithersburg, Maryland. While we lived in Connecticut, I worked at Mystic Color Labs in Mystic, Connecticut and the very best thing about working there was the being in picturesque Mystic! After the move to Orlando, I got a job in 1976 as a Negative Splicer at Eckerds Photo Lab in Orlando, Florida. In 1980 I went to work as a Color Checker at Photolando in Orlando, Florida. I also took a part time job as a 1980 Census Worker in Orlando, Florida which gave me some good information for understanding Census records! In 1983 I started working as a Letter Sorting Machine Operator at US Postal Service in Orlando, Florida. After deciding I needed to get out of the Postal Service and the graveyard shift, in 1987 I started working as Guest Relations at Orlando Regional Medical Center in Orlando, Florida.
  • In 1989 I took advantage of a wonderful opportunity to become the Transportation Manager at Meals on Wheels & M.O.R.E. in Orlando, Orange, Florida. Later I switched my position to Program Administrative Manager at Seniors First (same place, different name). In 1992, I started doing some part time work as a Bookkeeper for Carl Crampton Carpentry in Orlando, Florida and also started working as an Administrative Assistant at Better Living for Seniors in Lake Mary, Florida. In 1995, I started as a temporary in the position as Administrative Assistant at Time Warner Cable in Orlando, Florida and became a permanent employee within the year. In 1997 I changed jobs within the Cable company to Property Damage Coordinator at Brighthouse Networks (same place, different name).
  • I lived on my own until I met my real husband, Robert Sheffield Lesure February 6, 1988. It was love at first sight! We were married February 11, 1989 in Winter Park, Florida[2] and we lived happily in Orlando.[3] After my Father died in 1992,[4] I really took it very hard and I became very difficult to live with. Robert and I separated in 1995 and we continued to see each other.
  • We divorced in 1998[5] even though as I was driving to the Courthouse I was thinking, "Why am I doing this? Well, I already paid the money for it and he said either do it or do not do it." Robert Sheffield Lesure maintains to this day that all those events took place as they did so we could be in the place we are now. Absolutely have to love a man who says such a wonderful thing about his wife who was wrong! But he is absolutely right~everything that happens in our lives happens the way it does so we can appreciate what is coming next!
  • Robert Lesure and I remarried[6] May 29, 1999 in Montevallo, Alabama at an immediate family reunion at my brother, Ed Williams's home. My oldest brother, Harry Williams performed the ceremony. It was wonderful to have all my siblings and their spouses along with some nieces and nephews to witness our reunion marriage.
  • During the 1990 US Census, I lived in Orlando, Florida with Robert Lesure and we later moved to the Ocala National Forest[7] as reflected in the 2000 US Census and the 2010 US Census where we lived in Altoona, Lake, Florida.
  • Commuting back and forth to Orlando became problematic and in 2003 decided to work as a Legal Assistant at Attorney's office in Umatilla, Florida. And in 2006 I took another position as Administrative Assistant at City of Eustis in Eustis, Florida. Each of these places enriched my life in spite of the fact that it was work! Stories about each place and experience may appear at a later date.
  • In 1999 we bought a wonderful home in the Ocala National Forest in Altoona, Florida and have lived there happily since that time. Our 'children' are our cats and we have had a wonderful variety of four-legged furry children. Currently, both of us are retired on disability and enjoy our home in the Forest.


  1. "United States Public Records, 1970-2009," database, FamilySearch ( : 16 May 2014), Cynthia W Spalding, Residence, Orlando, Florida, United States; a third party aggregator of publicly available information.
  2. "Florida Marriage Index, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001," database, FamilySearch ( : 28 November 2014), MM9.1.1/VJN2-X32: and Cynthia Sue Williams, 11 Feb 1989; from "Florida, Marriage Collection, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001," database and images, Ancestry ( : 2006); citing Florida Department of Health, Jacksonville, Florida; and Jordan Dodd, Liahona Research.
  3. "United States Public Records, 1970-2009," database, FamilySearch ( : 23 May 2014), C S Lesure, Residence, Orlando, Florida, United States; a third party aggregator of publicly available information.
  4. *"United States, GenealogyBank Obituaries, 1980-2014," database with images, FamilySearch ( : 25 October 2016), Cindy Lesure in entry for Mr Leo H Williams, Florida, United States, 09 Feb 1992; from "Recent Newspaper Obituaries (1977 - Today)," database, ( : 2014); citing Orlando Sentinel, The, born-digital text.
  5. "Florida Divorce Index, 1927-2001," database, FamilySearch ( : 25 December 2014), Robert Sheffield Lesure and Cynthia, 14 Jan 1998; from "Florida Divorce Index, 1927-2001," database and images, Ancestry ( : 2005); citing Orange, Florida, certificate 005074, volume , Florida Department of Health, Jacksonville.
  6. "Florida Marriage Index, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001," database, FamilySearch ( : 28 November 2014), Robert Sheffield Lesure and MM9.1.1/VJFX-HZB:, 29 Jun 1999; from "Florida, Marriage Collection, 1822-1875 and 1927-2001," database and images, Ancestry ( : 2006); citing Florida Department of Health, Jacksonville, Florida; and Jordan Dodd, Liahona Research.
  7. "United States Public Records, 1970-2009," database, FamilySearch ( : 23 May 2014), Cynthia Will [Williams] Lesure, Residence, Altoona, Florida, United States; a third party aggregator of publicly available information.
  • Birth certificate
  • Immunization certificate
  • Baptism certificate
  • "United States, GenealogyBank Obituaries, 1980-2014," database with images, FamilySearch ( : 16 July 2017), Cindy [Williams Lesure] Hall in entry for Kathleen Williams Bowles, Florida, United States, 04 May 2012; from "Recent Newspaper Obituaries (1977 - Today)," database, ( : 2014); citing Orlando Sentinel, The, born-digital text.

See also:

  • Nieman Clan History compiled by Helen Marie (Newcomer) Maust. Aunt Helen attended most all the Nieman Family Reunions and the Frankhouser Family Reunions. She gathered information from family members who attended the Reunions over the years sharing information about family lore and updated information about each branch. Around 1980 she put information together by typewriter and created a very large document that included all of the information about the Nieman and Frankhouser clans. Both branches intertwined in various ways and trace back to the common ancestors of John Blosser who emigrated from Switzerland and was of German origin. In the following years, she provided updates after the reunions were over and she could add the new information gathered at the reunions to the document. That document has been scanned as a PDF file.

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Want to be in the know!
One of the hardest families to gather sources for me at least!
Yay WikiTree
My husband's paternal grandmother, Emma Jane Dart Lesure's family line.
Just love to help folks get started on WikiTree. Love to spread the word about WikiTree & that great tutorial we have to offer!
This is my husband's family and his Uncle Frank did most of the research, which I hope to add & connect in 2016.
This is my Mother's paternal side of the family. This family history is very elusive and I welcome all help!
Just want to pay back some of the help I have received along the way!
This is my Mother's maternal side of the family. It is a very large family, at least in parts of the USA.
Most of my Williams, Nieman, Maust clans are from western PA-Fayette, Westmoreland, Allegheny & Washington Counties
Want to be part of the Profile Improvement Project since I do that every single day anyway!  ;-)
My husband's maternal line. My Mother-in-law was raised as a Quaker.
This is my Father's maternal grandmother's side of the family. Still working to establish the sources.
Interested mostly in Pennsylvania & West Virginia history because that is where all my people are from!
Just wanna know!
Williams, Whitecotton & Nieman clans originate from there. Including Preston, Doddridge & Wetzel Counties
This is my Father's maternal side of the family. There is very little confirmed information about this family. There are no photographs of my Grandmother as she died in 1916~at least none that our family knows of and I am hoping to find pictures of Jennie Whitecotton Williams.
Love WikiTree!
This is my Father's paternal side of the family. While a very common last name, our specific history is somewhat sketchy.

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On 9 Dec 2018 at 16:28 GMT Errol Green wrote:

Hello Cindy,I must apologize for this late contact,I somehow missed your welcoming email dated 7th January 2017,yes 2017I am now getting on with joining WikiTree Geneology as I have gathered quite a lot of information on my family which dates back from 1990 back to a man named Thomas Eather born in England in 1764 who was deported to Australia where he met a lady convict Elizabeth Lee born in 1771 in a different area in England they were married and that was the beginning of my family,my family showed up in the 4th generation and I also have a further 3 generations information to go,I also have information of over 155 surnames coming from those 7 generations,and the strange thing about that information is I got it all just using Google and following links,once again thank you Errol Green

On 7 Dec 2018 at 11:46 GMT Gordon Williamson wrote:

Good morning Cindy

I have been working on my families ancestry for about five years now going it alone. I have not bought into anything yet still just bouncing around getting info where i can. Found Wiki Tree yesterday and i hope it helps in my search.

On 6 Dec 2018 at 21:19 GMT Kathleen (Gaudio) Nelson wrote:

Thank you Cindy for the greeting.

I am new to ancestry and recently had my 23 and Me DNA done.

What a shocker!

I hope by joining and (if time willing), be able to unravel the mysteries behind my DNA results.

On 5 Dec 2018 at 21:35 GMT Arthur Buckland-Pinnock wrote:

Thanks Cindy, absolute beginner with genealogy but now retired and time on my hands. Always wanted to prove the family history that my tribe, ( durotriges ) built Stonehenge in the UK. Have documents going back to 1067 where the family home is mentioned in the Domesday book but beyond that is oral history. This is going to be fun! Need to brush up on my latin and get access to Roman records.

On 3 Dec 2018 at 01:36 GMT Joyce Carlson wrote:

Hello, thank you for the greeting, I am trying to figure things out, I need to become more familiar with this site. Things look very interesting.

On 30 Nov 2018 at 21:12 GMT John Armstrong wrote:


Thank you for the greeting! So far I've learned a far bit about my family. But will advise future generations of my family to use the oddest names possible to make it easier on their kin. HA!

On 30 Nov 2018 at 16:14 GMT A. Koehler wrote:

Hi, Cindy! The help pages have proven to be quite informative, and I don't have any questions as of now. Thank you for the offer, though. I will be sure to ask you if the help pages fail. :)

On 28 Nov 2018 at 19:55 GMT Edward Lawford wrote:

Hi Cindy ... I figured out how to add my husband and get his dna into our trees.... sorry for bothering you.

On 28 Nov 2018 at 19:33 GMT Mary Ann (Ristine) Lawford wrote:

I am building our tree to include my husbands family and would like to add his dna from but don't see a way to do that or to make his tree public. When I try to make his public it says only a "member" can be public. Any suggestions on how to make him a member and public while still being in my tree ? Thanks ! Mary Ann Lawford

On 22 Nov 2018 at 03:13 GMT Nellie (Cook) Fauth-Provenzano wrote:

Thank you for the encouragement. I have not been on here much because I jumped in over my head and started trees on several sites and have become overwhelmed with untangling family line errors! I will get the hang of it hopefully! :)

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