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Williams family

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Works: 2,376 works in 2,957 publications in 1 language and 16,880 library holdings
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Most widely held works about Williams family
 
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Most widely held works by Williams family
Daffodils never hear by Val Gale( Book )

1 edition published in 2001 in English and held by 7 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

by Williams family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence, deeds to properties in Norfolk and Suffolk counties, Mass., estate records, and other papers, of Col. Joseph Williams (1708-1798), Capt. Joseph Williams (b. 1738), Nehemiah Davis Williams (b. 1786), and other family members; together with miscellaneous documents of other Roxbury residents. Persons represented include Anthony Dego, William and Elizabeth (Alderchurch) Fuller, Samuel Heath, Benjamin Payson, Samuel Payson, William Pierpont, Edmund Weld, and a woman slave named Philly
by John H James( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence, letterpress books, case files, abstracts of title, land patents, deeds, maps and plats, bills and receipts, notebooks, photographs, and bills, periodicals, and other printed materials, relating primarily to James's career as a partner in Simpson and James, a San Antonio law firm involved in the acquisition and management of property, debt collection, and estate management, whose clients included many prominent San Antonians and businesses, and to his activities as a judge on the Texas Court of Civil Appeals. Also includes papers relating to the San Antonio law firm of Devine and Simpson and to James's father, John James (1819-1877), surveyor and land speculator, and business and financial papers relating to members of the James and Williams families
Family papers by Robert Williams( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence, daybooks, ledgers, invoices, receipts, ships' papers, genealogical materials, photos, and other papers, chiefly relating to Williams's activities in the East Indian and Caribbean area trade and later coastwise shipping in Maine; and papers of his son, Robert P. Williams (1788-1851), and grandson, Alexander Williams (1818-1900), Boston booksellers, and other family members, pertaining to domestic and business matters. Includes information concerning Williams's shipwreck off Arabia in 1792 and the capture of his schooner Neuter by a British privateer off Montserrat in the West Indies in 1794
Fenley-Williams family papers( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence (1799-1951), financial records (1756-1904), land papers (1790-1920), including land transactions in Jefferson County, Ky., and Chicago, Ill., legal papers (1798-1902), Bible records, genealogical material on the Carr, Fenley, Honoré, and Williams families, clippings, and other papers, of two early Jefferson County, Ky., farming families. Includes papers of John Norris Fenley (1815-1860), Evan Williams (d. 1810), and William C. Williams (1802-1880). Correspondents include Mary Lewis Fenley Abbott (1845-1890), Mary Elizabeth Carr Fenley (1819-1890), William Carr Fenley (1839-1914), Susan Allison Fenley (1842-1864), Ruth Maria Carr Hall, and Winchester Hall (1819-1909)
by Williams family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Account books, ledgers, and other business papers, chiefly of Elijah and Jason Williams, reflecting their ownership of general stores in Pomfret and later Providence and their involvement with coastwise shipping and West Indian trade; materials concerning Elijah Williams's activities as constable of the town of Pomfret; deeds and leases relating to properties owned by family members in Pomfret and Woodstock, Conn., and Northfield, Vt.; and papers of Jason Williams, including legal materials documenting bankruptcy, debt, his administration of several estates, and assignment to a Providence store, Barker and Weeden which failed in 1837, papers concerning his service with the militia and as gauger of casks in Providence, and notebooks (4 v., 1839-1863) recording local weather conditions. Also includes papers of other family members including Elijah's son, William Hilton Williams (ca. 1780-ca. 1800) concerning his student days at Rhode Island College; correspondence between Elijah Hilton Williams and his brother, Winthrop B., in South Carolina; and notebooks copied by Franklin Richmond Cushman containing copies of correspondence and biographical notes
by Williams family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence, orders, bid requests for building construction and repairs, and other papers, relating to Lieutenant Charles A. Williams (ca. 1852-1926) as Fort Sidney's post quartermaster and his family. Includes correspondence, diary (1912), and reminiscences written by his son, Charles Laurance Williams (1881-1966), describing life at Fort Sidney, Neb., and his later correspondence documenting the attempt to contact other inhabitants during that period in order to gather more information about the fort
A. Howard Stebbins private collection by A. Howard Stebbins( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence, legal papers, financial papers, printed materials, family history materials, maps, and miscellaneous materials collected by A. Howard Stebbins. Persons represented include Maggie E. Walker Benton, A.H. Garland, John Willis Hopkins, Henry Massie Rector, and members of the Lefevre, Scruggs, and Williams families
Edmondson/Bray/Williams/Stidham collection( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Materials in the collection include war correspondence from Belle regarding her efforts on behalf of the Confederate soldiers in the area. Much of the collection also relates to Belle's eldest sister, Mary Edmondson who later married and became Mary Edmondson Anderson, then after Mr. Anderson died, she remarried and became Mary Edmondson Anderson Bray. She was also known as "Mollie." Her daughter, Susie Bray, would marry a Mr. Williams and live in Memphis, Tenn. Susie Bray Williams would have a daughter Mary E. Williams who would marry into the Stidham family. The twentieth century correspondence is primarily from the Stidham family
by Williams family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence, deeds, diaries, legal and medical papers, and other materials, of five generations of Williams family members, including Rev. John's sons, Warham (1699-1751) and Stephen (1693-1782), his grandson, Samuel (1743-1817), and Elijah (1712-1771) Williams, Abigail (Williams) Hinsdale (1708-1787), and John (1751-1816), and John Williams, Jr. (1778-1806). Includes accounts and daybooks of Elijah (1712-1771), Ephraim (1715-1755), and Solomon (1764-1836); journals of Stephen (1693-1782) and Franklin Hubbard (1834-1891); and medical records of Drs. Thomas (1718-1775), William Stoddard (1762-1829), and Stephen West (1790-1855) Williams
Letter by Annie M Williams( )

1 edition published in 1938 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letter discussing Williams family genealogy and two enclosures re out-migration of a man who migrated from South Carolina to various other states farther west: Biographical sketch of Andrew Jackson Williams (1815-1891), a native of S.C. who lived in Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas, with citations from newspapers and other sources that document Williams' involvement with the Masons, and information about the 1847 death of his brother, William B. Williams, who died at age 33 in New Orleans at home of A.J. Williams, and Masonic resolutions and newspaper citations re efforts to return the brother's body to Mississippi for burial, with the assistance of Freemasons in Louisiana
Charles Williams and family by Charles Williams( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers and photographs of the family of Charles Williams including letters written by Charles Williams to his son, Alfred. Also included are letters written by other members of the family (and a solicitor) following Charles Williams' death
Correspondence between family members by Williams family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence between family members 1936-1943, particularly from Jim and Frank Williams to their mother during their period of active service in WW11
Williams family papers by Williams family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection is made up of correspondence, documents, financial records, and other items related to the family of Augustus D. Williams and Julia Ann Chamberlain and to their daughter Fannie. The Williams family lived in Ohio
Papers by Clark-Williams Family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, including Civil War letters, financial receipts and statements, and genealogical material, relating to the Clark and Williams families in Brighton, Ohio, Hampton, Conn., and Springfield, Mass. Contact repository for more information
Biography (L-Z)( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, diaries, biographies, speeches, news clippings, passport, publications, obituaries, juror's card, scrapbooks, research notes, and other personal papers relating to two twenty-two persons from Evanston, Illinois' past
Alice and Hazel Williams correspondence by Williams family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection is made up of letters that Chelsea Williams and William C. ("Bill") Williams wrote to Chelsea's family while serving with the United States Army's 1st Engineers, Company D, during and just after World War I. They commented on their health and aspects of their service in France and Germany
Amos Sr., Amos and Robert A. Williams cypher books by Williams family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Handwritten mathematical exercises completed by three generations of the Williams family of Groton and Preston, Connecticut. The elder Amos was a schoolmaster in Norwich, among other locations. His son Amos' book contains mathematical problems, but also samples of his penmanship. Amos' other son, John Anson Williams, had a son Robert Avery, and the third cyphering book is signed with his name in numerous locations. The exercise book is supplemented by several pages of attendance records from schools at which Robert taught
Williams family papers by Williams family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence, military records, inventories, accounts, estate papers, wills, legal documents, appointments, etc., 1745-1801, pertaining to various members of the Williams family of Deerfield, Massachusetts, particularly Dr. Thomas Williams, his wife Esther, his brother Ephraim Williams, Col. William Williams, and Solomon Williams, along with thier friends, relations in Western Massachusetts, and business and military associates. Much of the material is dated 1755-1756, the period when Thomas, William, and Ephraim Williams were serving with New England troops on military expeditions in the Lake George area of New York during the French and Indian Wars
by Williams family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Warham Williams' diary, 1739-1741, is interleaved in Nathaniel Ames' Almanack for 1739. The brief, occasional entries refer to the weather, sundry accounts, records of marriages and deaths, his preachings and those of other ministers with whom he exchanged pulpits, travels to nearby towns, and Williams' agricultural pursuits
 
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The redeemed captive returning to ZionUnder the sign of the big fiddle : the R.S. Williams family, manufacturers and collectors of musical instruments