Person:Alfred Williams (24)

     
Alfred Williams
  1. Austen Williamsabt 1830 - 1915
  2. Alfred Williams1835 - 1907
  3. Joseph Williams1838 -
  4. Alice Anne Williams1842 -
  5. Natler H Williamsabt 1847 -
  6. Ellen Williamsabt 1857 -
m. 15 NOV 1866
  1. Henry Clarence Williams1869 -
  2. William O Williams1870 -
  3. Alfred E WilliamsABT 1873 -
  4. Harriet Ethel Williams1877 - 1913
  5. L.R. WilliamsABT 1880 -
  6. Mabel Williams1880 -
  7. Ralph Garfield Williams1883 - 1958
Facts and Events
Name Alfred Williams
Gender Male
Birth[2] 25 Oct 1835 Hulme, Manchester, Lancashire, England
Baptism[2] 22 May 1836 Manchester, Lancashire, England
Marriage 15 NOV 1866 Boone, Boone, Iowato Viola Ann Case
Census[3] 15 Jul 1870 Montana, Boone, Iowa, United States
Census 15 Jul 1870 Montana, Boone, Iowa, United Stateswith Viola Ann Case
Census[4] 1885 Garden, Boone, Iowa, United States
Census 1885 Garden, Boone, Iowa, United Stateswith Viola Ann Case
Census 14 Jun 1890 Canadian, Oklahoma, United Stateswith Viola Ann Case
Census[5] 6 Jun 1900 Frisco, Canadian, Oklahoma, United States
Census 6 Jun 1900 Frisco, Canadian, Oklahoma, United Stateswith Viola Ann Case
Death[1] 25 Mar 1907 El Reno, Canadian, Oklahoma
Residence[1] 26 Mar 1907 El Reno, Canadian, Oklahoma, United States1002 So. Hoff avenue, El Reno, Oklahoma
Burial[6] Matthewson Cemetery, Canadian, Oklahoma
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References
  1. 1.0 1.1 El Reno American, in Barker, Carolyn. Obituaries from El Reno newspapers, Canadian County, Oklahoma. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1984), FHL film #1398711, item 3, p. 64, 26 Mar 1907, Secondary quality.

    El Reno American
    Tuesday
    March 26, 1907
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    DEATH OF ALFRED WILLIAMS
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    Aged El Renolto Dies Suddenly of
    Heart Disease
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    Alfred Williams passed away suddenly yesterday afternoon at about 2:16 o'clock at his home, 1002 So. Hoff avenue. He had been suffering for the past two weeks with neuralgia of the stomach, but was apparently much better yesterday. Death was to him as painless as it was sudden. Laying his head back in his chair, he took one long breath and then breathing ceased altogether. He was seventy-one years old, and leaves six children to mourn his death. There are four sons, H. C. Williams of Piedmont, W. O. Williams, who lives at Tacoma, Washington A. E. Williams at Chicago, and Ralph Williams of this place. The daughters are Mrs. L. R. Bennett of Piedmont, and Miss Ethel Williams of this city. The wife of the deceased and the mother of the above named children has been dead six years, and her remains lie at rest in the cemetery at Matthewson.

    Mr. Williams had lived in El Reno for nearly two years and during that short period had made many friends here who sympathize deeply with the bereaved children.

    The funeral services will be held tomorrow morning at 9:30 o'clock in the Rock Island Avenue M. E. Church, of which the deceased was a member. Rev. Carter, the pastor, will conduct the services. His remains will be placed beside those of his wife in the cemetery at Matthewson.

    Obituary in the El Reno American
  2. 2.0 2.1 FHL Film #438173: Baptisms, 1836-1838, in Church of England. Cathedral Church (Manchester, Lancashire). Parish registers for the Cathedral Church, Manchester, 1573-1946, p. 293, no. 2339, 22 May 1836, Primary quality.

    Born Oct. 25th 1835

    When Baptized Child's Christian Name Parents' Christian Name Parents' Surname Abode
    Whit Sunday, May twenty-second Alfred William and Ann Maria Williams Hulme

    Baptism Record
  3. Montana, Boone County, Iowa, in United States. 1870 U.S. Census Population Schedule, 15 Jul 1870, Primary quality.
    1870 Census
  4. Garden Township, Boone County, Iowa, in Iowa, United States. 1885 Iowa State Census. (FamilySearch Record Search), 1885, Primary quality.
    1885 Iowa State Census
  5. Frisco Township, Canadian County, Oklahoma, in United States. 1900 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T624), p. 77A, 6 Jun 1900, Primary quality.
    1900 Census
  6. Perhaps the marking on the grave has become unreadable, because he is not listed in the cemetery transcription, though he is mentioned on his wife's headstone.