I would be willing to bet that rancher John Williams who established the community of Williams Ranch, Texas was related to Leonard Williams, the Indian Agent appointed by President Sam Houston. Len Williams made two forays through the Pecan Valley (Brown County) in the 1840s with Brooks W.Lee acting as his scout. The went to a parley with Peneteka Comanche Chiefs Santa Anna and Buffalo Hump at Santa Anna Mountain in Coleman County. They tried to convince the Comanche headmen to attend the Tuhancana Creek Councils at Torrey's Trading Post No. 2, eight miles south of present day Waco, Texas. The Comanches refused to attend the peace and trade councils because of distrust of white men after the so-called Council House Fight at San Antonio where several Penateka Comanche chiefs were killed. Santa Anna Mountain in Coleman County is still considered a sacred Comanche camp and buffalo hunting ground by the Comanche Nation in Oklahoma. Wallace Coffee, the former chairman of the Comanche Nation in Oklahoma, tried to get the Federal Government to make Santa Anna Mountain and the surrounding area a National Native American Site and Buffalo Grassland.
Brooks Williams Lee liked the Pecan Valley area and settled there in 1856.