Frederick G Williams

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Frederick G Williams - Michigan Frederick George Williams Died Sundjay...
Michigan Frederick George Williams Died Sundjay Afternoon Frederick George Williams, 73, of 805 Harrison St., died Sunday at 1:25 p. m. at fee Divine Infant Infant Hospital, where he had been a patient for two weeks. He had been ill for 15 years. The deceased was born Sept. 18S8 at St. Germoe, Helsten, Cornwall, Cornwall, England. He came to fee United States in 1910 and lived in various -places in fee United State and Canada. He returned EngJand and in 1929 brought his tomily to the United States and Wakefield. During World War I he served in the Canadian Navy. He was employed at tflie Sunday Lake Mine as a miner and then as a foreman. foreman. He attended school in England and w'as married April 2, 1914 to Annie Webb in Cornwall, En-gand. Mr. Williams attended fee Methodist Methodist Church. Surviving, besides 'his wife are one daughter, Margaret at home; on son, Frederick Webb Williams of Wakofield, four grandsons; ·three brothers, John Richards of Detroit, Reginald Richards and Lambert Williams of England, and four sisters, Celia and Mabel Wiil- liams, Janie Richards and Mrs. Eva Waters, all of England. The remains were taken to fee Methodist Church at 11 a m. Wednesday. Funeral services were held at 2 p. m. Wednesday with the Rev. James Ritchie officiating. Burial was made at Lakeside Cemetery. Elmer Hanson, Lilbum Smith, Vincent Cvengros, Hobson Williams, Carmen Granato, James Gilbert, Out of town relatives attending toe services was John Richards of

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  1. The Wakefield News,
  2. 25 Jan 1962, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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