Michaelmas 1558: [Michaelmas 5 & 6 Philip & Mary 1558 m. 18 Creswell:] Hampshire Reginald Williams esquire v. George Tysbery late of the city of Winchester in the county aforesaid yoman. To render him a reasonable account of the time that he was receiver of his moneys. Defendant has not come; had been ordered to be taken; not found; sicut prius to be taken, to be here on the octaves of Hilary [20 January 1559]. 10 October  writ.
[Hilary 1 Elizabeth 1559 CP 40/1177 m. 18 Creswell:] Hampshire. Reginald Williams esquire v. George Tysbery late of the city of Winchester in the county aforesaid yoman. To render him a reasonable account of the time that he was receiver of his moneys. Defendant has not come; sicut prius had been ordered to be taken; not found; sicut pluries to be taken, to be here on the octaves of Candlemas [9 February 1559].
[Hilary 1 Elizabeth 1559 CP 40/1178 m. 768 Whorwood:] Hampshire Reginald Williams esquire (by John Groves) v. George Tysbery late of the city of Winchester in the county aforesaid yoman. To render him a reasonable account of the time that he was receiver of his moneys. Defendant has not come; sicut pluries had been ordered to be taken; not found; to be exacted, for quindene of Trinity [4 June 1559]
6 October 1558: Octaves of Michaelmas. Devon. Richarda Reve widow v. Thomas Stephens late of Wytherydge in the county aforesaid senior yoman, John Willams late of Wytherydge in the county aforesaid wever, John Oocke late of Wytherydge in the county aforesaid wever, Simon Haggeley late of Estodley in the county aforesaid taylour. Taking 20 packs of wheat. Defendants have not come; ordered to be attached; have nothing; to be here on the morrow of Martinmas [12 November 1558]
1559: Chichester & Arundel Rapes, Sussex: The names of thable men apointyd to Srue the queene’s Highnes and to be in a redynes apon one hours warnynge wth the names of their Capitaynes: Archers: Walter Williams
1799: Manuscript pedigree compiled about 1895, dating back to the birth of Robert Vaughan Wynne Williams in 1799, son of William Williams of Peniarth, Merionethshire, by his wife Gaynor Thomas. Robert married, 1stly, Marianne Aked (born 1803) daughter of Nathaniel Aked of Bradford by Mary Holmes his wife; 2ndly, Rebecca C. Dalgleish. Spouses to his descendants are Bessie Lambert, Charles Turner Simpson, Betty Rawson, – Berry, Clement Stone-Wigg, J. Arthur Barratt, Claude Baggallay, Lewis Wilkin, and John Henry Helpman
May 1835: Directory of Alfreton, with the hamlet of Swanwick, the chapelry of Riddings, Shirland with Higham and Neighbourhoods. Stocking Manufacturers: William Williams, Alfreton.
November 1840: ‘A List of Packets and Passengers received on board the H.Cos. Steamer Victoria at Bombay for the Red Sea’: Passengers: Mr E. Williams, third class
14 August 1845: English galliot John, captain William [sic], at Antwerp, for London, with cargo
27 August 1848: Barbados: Arrival of the schooner President Jeremie, captain Williams, from St Lucia, 2 days out;
30 August 1848: Barbados: Departure of the schooner President Jeremie, captain Williams, for St Lucia
12 January 1854: A Correct List of the Poll, at the Election of a Knight of the Shire, for the Eastern Division of the County of Gloucester. Avening Polling District: Parish of Avening. Abode: Mugmore House, Minchinhampton: George Williams [duplicate entries under Parish of Minchinhampton, Minchinhampton Polling District and Parish of Rodborough, Stroud Polling District]. Parish of Tetbury: Abode: 13 Upper Baker Street, London: Joseph Williams and William Henry Williams; St Cross near Winchester: William Tugwell Williams, dead. Campden Polling District: Parish of Chipping Campden: Abode: Penpont, near Brecon: Penry Williams; Prospect Place, Baptist Mills, Bristol: John Williams. Parish of Pebworth: Abode: Broad Marston: Edward Williams. Cheltenham Polling District: Parish of Badgworth: Bentham, near Badgworth: Jasper Williams. Hamlet of Gotherington in Bishop’s Cleeve: Abode: Gotherington: Richard Williams
27 October 1866: The Register of Electors to Vote in the Choice of a Member or Members to Serve in Parliament, for the City of Gloucester, for 1866-7. The List of Freemen entitled to vote in the election of members to serve in Parliament for the City of Gloucester: Edward Williams, Victoria Street; George Williams, Barton Street; James Williams, St Catherine’s Knap; William Williams, 85 Littleworth. Occupiers of houses in the hamlet of Barton St Mary: Joseph Williams, house, Cambridge Street. Occupiers of houses in the parish of St Mary de Crypt: William Roger Williams for a house in Westgate Street. Occupiers of property in the parish of St John the Baptist: James Williams of Mark Street, for a shop in Northgate Street; Robert Williams, for a house in Worcester Street. Occupiers of property in the parish of St Michael: Richard Williams of 2 Elton Place, Brunswick Road, for a houses 2 Elton Place and Cromwell Street. Occupiers of property in the parish of St Nicholas: Joseph Williams, for a house 70 Westgate Street. Occupiers of property in South Hamlet: William Williams, for a house in High Orchard.
7 April 1879: Deserters from Her Majesty’s Service: A reward of from 5s to 20s is offered for the apprehension of Thomas Williams, [Reg. No:] 1899, 11th Foot; [born:] Atherton, Cheshire; [trade] whitesmith; [age] 19½; [size:] 5[ft] 7½[in]; [hair:] brown; [eyes:] hazel; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] plain; [date of desertion:] 8 March 1879 [at] Chester; [marks & remarks: blank]
John Williams, [Reg. No:] 5675, Royal Artillery; [born:] Ashford, Kent; [trade] labourer; [age] 21¼; [size:] 5[ft] 6½[in]; [hair:] brown; [eyes:] blue; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] regimental; [date of desertion:] 26 February 1879 [at] Curragh; [marks & remarks:] mole on right shoulder blade
Arthur Williams, [Reg. No:] —, 44th Brig. Dep; [born:] Islington, Middlesex; [trade] groom; [age] 24; [size:] 5[ft] 7[in]; [hair:] brown; [eyes:] grey; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] mixture; [date of desertion:] 11 March 1879 [at] Woolwich; [marks & remarks:] scars left arm and back of neck; recruit
George Williams, [Reg. No:] 1835, 13th Hussars; [born:] Lambeth, Surrey; [trade] labourer; [age] 20⅔; [size:] 5[ft] 6[in]; [hair:] brown; [eyes:] hazel; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] regimental; [date of desertion:] 21 March 1879 [at] Canterbury; [marks & remarks:] left second toe overlaps
Henry Williams, [Reg. No:] —, General Serv.; [born:] Marylebone, Middlesex; [trade] shoemaker; [age] 24; [size:] 5[ft] 9½[in]; [hair:] brown; [eyes:] hazel; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] plain; [date of desertion:] 7 March 1879 [at] London; [marks & remarks:] scar centre of cheek;
Deserters from the Lancashire Militia — absent from training: John Williams, [Reg. No:] 2772, Lancashire Militia; [born:] Barrow; [trade] labourer; [age] 23; [size:] 5[ft] 6[in]; [hair:] brown; [eyes:] black; [face:] sallow; [coat & trousers:] —; [date of desertion:] 17 March 1879 [at] Lancaster; [marks & remarks:] blue mark left wrist;
John Williams, [Reg. No:] 2519, Lancashire Militia; [born:] Manchester; [trade] labourer; [age] 22; [size:] 5[ft] 9½[in]; [hair:] dark; [eyes:] hazel; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] —; [date of desertion:] 17 March 1879 [at] Lancaster; [marks & remarks:] scar left temple;
Deserter from the Flint Militia — absent from training: John Williams, [Reg. No:] 2638, Flint Militia; [born:] Rhuddlan; [trade] labourer; [age] 24; [size:] 5[ft] 5[in]; [hair:] dark brown; [eyes:] hazel; [face:] sandy; [coat & trousers:] —; [date of desertion:] 24 March 1879 [at] Mold; [marks & remarks: blank]
18 March 1880: Bill of sale by Samuel Williams, Poole near Nantwich, Cheshire, farmer, in favour of Samuel Bennion
25 March 1880: Bill of sale by James Goodchild, Cape of Good Hope Inn, Chalvey, Buckinghamshire, innkeeper and builder, in favour of Thomas Williams and another; and a bill of sale by Francis Chapman, West Alvington (property also at Thurlestone), Devon, mason and builder, in favour of Herbert Williams; and a bill of sale by John Williams, 80 Widemarsh Street, Hereford, cooper, in favour of Solomon Blaiberg; and a bill of sale by Randall Williams and William Burnett, 66 Quay Street, Manchester, lodging house keepers, in favour of Lancashire, &c. Advance Co.; and a bill of sale by Thomas Kennedy Williams, 72 St Stephen Street, Salford, surveyor, in favour of Barnett Cohen; and a bill of sale by William Williams, 4 Wordsworth Street, Liverpool, joiner, in favour of Isidor Stern; and a bill of sale by William Williams, 37 West Parade, Mount Pleasant, Stoke-on-Trent, banksman, in favour of Meyer Cohn; and a bill of sale by Benjamin George Williams, warehouseman, and Mary Williams, widow, 70 Dudley Road, West Bromwich, in favour of Matthew Cartwright; and a bill of sale by Elizabeth Williams, 82 South Street, Mount Pleasant, Stoke-on-Trent, widow, in favour of Meyer Mindelsohn; and a bill of sale by William Williams, 41 Hill Street, Hill Top, West Bromwich, gas tube welder, in favour of Marcus Gordon and others; and a bill of sale by Richard Parry, Ty Lawr, Glanmorfa Isaf, Llangeinwen, Anglesey, farmer and agent, in favour of Griffith Williams; and a bill of sale by David Williams, 32 Clifton Terrace, Bridgend, Glamorgan, aërated water manufacturer, in favour of Edwin E. Davies; and a bill of sale by Evan Williams, 54 Water Street, Aberavon, Glamorgan, finerman, in favour of Louis Cohen; and a bill of sale by Griffith Williams, 10 Dafen Row, Llanelly, Carmarthen, enginedriver, in favour of Hyman Freedman; and a bill of sale by John Williams, 1 Woodfield Row, Taibach, near Aberavon, Glamorgan, copperman, in favour of Hyman Freedman; and a bill of sale by Margaret Williams,3 Stratford Villa, Llanstephen, Carmarthen, widow, in favour of Isaac Seline; and a bill of sale by Thomas Williams, 10 Priory Street, Carmarthen, builder and butcher, in favour of Henry Barnett
18 August 1880: Deaths: August 8, at his residence, Hayes Lodge, Cheltenham, William White Williams, late medical superintendent of the County Lunatic Asylum for Gloucestershire.
28 August 1891: Canaries: for sale: Bargain, overstocked. 8 healthy Norwich canaries, Mackley’s strain, 16/6, or separate; crested singing cock, 12/6; lot 28/-. D. R. Williams, 334 High Street, Bangor
For sale: Fish direct from Grimsby. The Grimsby Smack Owners’ Direct Fish Supply Association deliver, carriage paid to any part of Great Britain, a basket of fresh fish on receipt of postal order for 2/9 to R. W. Williams, Fish Docks, Grimsby
Old artificial teeth bought, utmost value by return post. Williams, dentist, 31 Kennington Park Road, London
2 June 1903: Marriage, at St Martin’s church, Caerphilly, by the Reverend T. E. Williams, curate, of Reginald Henry third son of Mr J. Coles, Bawdrip, Bridgwater, to Edith Margaret, third daughter of Mr W. Edwards, Caerphilly
29 January 1904: ‘The annual meeting of the members of the Windsor and District Liberal Club was held at the Gladstone Hall on Friday evening, when there was a large attendance. Mr Watson, the secretary, presented a very satisfactory report. … The balance sheet, which was audited by Messrs M. R. Blackford and F. W. Whittington, was together with the report, unanimously adopted. The President (Sir A. D. Hayter), Hon. Treasurer (Mr W. R. Smith), the Secretary (Mr W. Watson), and the Auditors (Messrs Blackford and Whittington) were re-elected, whilst the following vice-presidents were elected by ballot: Mr A. W. Milner-Gibson, Councillor F. T. Ryland, Councillor Sir J. T. Soundy, J.P., Sir W. C. Bruce, Bart., Mr G. Wargent, Alderman E. Bampfylde, J.P., Mr T. D. Bolton, M.P., Mr J. Taylor, Mr W. G. Stoneham, Councillor J. E. Mitchell, J.P., Mr F. J. Patton, J.P., and Mr C. Pearce. The contest for the General Committee resulted as follows:- C. Mulford 132, W. Walter 123, P. Dolan 122, E. Shrimpton 105, W. R. Smith 101, H. R. Taylor 95, G. D. Williams 95, A. New 90, W. E. Moore 85,W. J. Hearne 77, G. Stinton 73, R. Float 73, W. G. King 66, E. Quelch 65, W. Miles 65. During the evening a splendid full length engraving of the late W. E. Gladstone was presented to the club by Mr E. Hopper, of Alma Road, who was heartily thanked by the members.’
‘Sports and Pastimes: Windsor and Eton team against Reading Amateurs in the League match at Reading on Saturday will be selected from the following players: M. Mackay, W. Wellbourne, F. J. Rowland, L. Williams, C. Wren, H. Cook, E. Skinner, G. H. Hobbs, C. Hyde, J. Wilkins, G. Prior, J. Kingston, H. Gillingham, C. Ewins. The players will travel by the 12.55 train.’
13 September 1904: Postcard to Miss Williams (c/o Mrs Hurlling), 98 Westgate, Burnley, Lancs: ‘Having a nice time London as facinating as ever. Kind regards Mary Dawson’
c1905: Postcard to Miss R. Lynn Williams, 2 Green Lane, Redruth
c1905: Postcard to Miss Williams, Dunstall House, Wolverhampton: ‘Many thanks for yours – Hope you like this Love Ba’
20 November 1907: Postcard to Miss E. Williams, 134 Gloster Street, Cirencester: ’46 Lower Road, Clapton, Wednesday Morning Dear E., I thought I had better comply with your wishes, so I am sending this. We saw this dear lady in the Gay Gordons, with her husband Seymour Hicks. Please excuse mistakes as I am in a dear – – I mean an ordinary hurry Shall be home sometime next week I expect, so must say farewell till then. Your Diabolo Jim sorry I meant to put Don Ricardo but Diabolo is the craze now In fact I am quite a pro. … myself’
8 February 1908: Miss Williams receives pupils for Pianoforte, terms moderate – 22 Norman Road, Canterbury
19 August 1908: Postcard to Mrs P. Williams, Brymteg, St Albans Road, Bulwell, Nottingham: ’86 Long West Gate Scarborough Dear Friend, Just a line to let you know how we are progressing the weather here is rather unsettled lovely scenery Success to the tea Kind regards to the Friends …………’
September 1909: Subscriptions for the Sunday School Treat: Collected by Mrs Parsons – Mrs Williams 6d, Mrs Blakeman 6d, Mrs Beckenham 3d, Mrs Dowdeswell 2d, Mrs Stuker 2d, Mrs Bubb 3d, Mrs Wood 4d. Total 2/2. Collected by Mrs Williams – Mrs Harris 6d, Mrs Cox 6d, Mrs Mann 2d, Mrs Richings 3d, Mrs Morris 3d, A Friend 4d, Mr Mortimer 6d Total 2/6 Collected by Miss Clinkett – Mrs King 3d, Mrs Shepherd 6d, Mrs Bishop 6d, Mrs Barnes 2d, Mrs Williams 3d, Mrs Bennett 3d, Mrs Compton 3d, Mrs Clinkett 6d, Mrs Fowler 4d. Total 3/-
Good Shepherd Altar Flowers. The following gifts of flowers are gratefully acknowledged: – Mrs Drinkwater, Mrs Williams, Mrs Postill, Mrs Webb, Mrs Herbert.
c1910: Two postcards, from Harris, c/o Miss Williams, 2 Carlyle Terrace, Fitzwilliam Street, Mablethorpe: ‘Dear Mahala, We have had lovely weather up to now, but it looks very much like rain this morning. We went for a sail on Thursday & they all enjoyed it but me & Claude told me I looked green. We are having a real good time & I wish you were all here. Love Harris’. The picture is of the donkey stand on Mablethorpe Sands. ‘Dear Mary, Just a P.C. to let you know I am still alive & kicking We have had no rain since we came & then it was only a shower. I am sorry to have not written before but I wrote and asked Beatrice for your address last Monday but I have not heard any thing from her up to now. Love Harris’ The picture is of the promenade and sands at Mablethorpe.
31 July 1914: Falmouth Visitors List: Royal Hotel: Mr and Mrs W. Norman, Captain and Mrs J. Williams, Messrs Sharpe, Rose, Wills, Colmer, Ayshford, Hawke, A. Bedale, Mr and Mrs Seaman, Messrs A. H. Lee, Garres, Crocome, C. Anderson, C. H. Boyd, Passmore, C. Clark, Stancombe, Gouldsworthy, Martin, Pook, Burton, James, J. C. Turner, E. Turner, Eaves, Richardson, Lister and party, Youngman, Culverhouse, A. C. Falls, Manley, C. Russell, Thornhill;
Falmouth Visitors List: staying with Mrs Williams at Maenheere: Mrs Kirk, Miss Kirk, Mrs Bell, Miss Nellie Bell, Miss Craven, Miss E. Bell, Miss Simmonds, Mr and Mrs E. Howell, Mrs and Mr Croucher, Mr and Mrs Bennett, Mr and Mrs Elliott, Miss Elliott, Mrs Colemutt, Mr W. T. Smith, Mrs Newman, Master Newman, Miss Newman, Miss Bagnall, Mr and Mrs Kidman, Mr Nevill Shute, Mr Murdoch, Mr Hunter, Mr Clarke, Mr Dibb, Mr Rendle;
Falmouth Visitors List: Pension Rosemary: Mr and Mrs Hadingham, Mr and Mrs Drew, Mr Watkin, Mrs Alfred Fripp, Miss Fripp, Mrs Gavill, Miss Gavill, Miss Mackae, Miss Karsner, Miss Sprowles, Mrs Moore, Miss Page, Miss A. Page, Mr and Mrs Adcock, Mr and Mrs Walker, Mr Willdey, Mrs Pick, Miss Watkins, Mr Watkins, Mr Creig, Mrs Voile, Mr and Mrs Butler, Miss Cove, Miss Jaques, Miss A. Jaques, Mr and Mrs Williams, Mrs Edmunds
January 1915: Miss Ethel Williams, soprano, 16 Cricklade Avenue, Streatham Hill (Tel: 464 Streatham); Miss Mary Williams, contralto, 16 Cricklade Avenue, Streatham Hill (Tel: 464 Streatham); Miss Winifred Williams, accompanist, 16 Cricklade Avenue, Streatham Hill (Tel: 464 Streatham); Eric Williams, elecutionist, Primrose Club, 4 Park Place, St James’s Street, S.W.; Miss Edith Williams, light comedy vocalist, 2 Woodville Road, Leytonstone
1924: J. J. Williams, footballer, Huddersfield Town, referred to in 1976 in a review of the club’s performance in the 1924/5 season
August 1924: ‘The attendance at the monthly service on July 13 was affected by weather conditions and counter-attractions. The audience found the hymns and tunes congenial, and at the close were heard comments on the heartiness of the singing. Rev. J. H. Williams, of Wellington Road South Congregational Church, as preacher, rendered the school a double favour that day, he having in the afternoon spoken most acceptably to a large gathering of the Senior and Intermediate classes. … Mr G. H. Broome conducted, and Mr A. M. King was at the organ.’
9 May 1928: Elizabeth Williams baptised
1 April 1931: Report on Herbert Strutt Secondary School, Belper, Speech Day: prize to Constance Williams;
Representatives of the four Territorial battalions invited to the trooping of the colour of the First Battalion Sherwood Foresters at Shorncliffe: 5th Battalion: C.Q.M.S. J. Evans, C.Q.M.S. H.Barnett, Sgt T. Reynolds, Sgt B. Symonds and Sgt W. Hilliard; 6th Battalion, C.Q.M.S. C. F. Cooper, C.Q.M.S. R. Edge, C.Q.M.S. J. B. Spencer, Drum Major W. Hopkinson and Sgt G. W. Williams; 7th Battalion, Bugle-Major T. Allwood and Sgt E. Pritchett; 8th Battalion, R.Q.M.S. T. Powell, C.S.M. G. E. Bee, C.Q.M.S. E. M. Griffen and C.S.M. A. J. Bayliss.
January 1932: Candidate for membership of the Cyclists’ Touring Club: F. Williams, 87 Park Lane, Low Hill, Wolverhampton
July 1933: The following boys came top in their forms in the last final term examinations. Before the economy campaign the L.C.C. would have given each boy a book or some other valuable prize, but now these boys have to be content with a certificate. Form 2: 1 E. A. Rudd; 2 W. G. Wheeler; 3 R. D. Williams; 4 R. R. Sandford; 5. A. Littlefair.
July 1933: ‘Those boys who went on school journey at Easter were extremely lucky, and we are sure they would like us to thank Messrs Williams, Adams, Hubbard and Bartle for arranging and conducting the tours.’
January 1936: Prize List, 1934-5: 3rd Year – W. Kearney, S. J. Saunders, R. E. Williams, D. Jones, J. Munn, J. C. Watkins, A. W. Glanville, R. Bailey, F. Tildesley, A. Wearn (Geography and Manual), R. Haslett (Physics).
19 January 1937: The buildings of Rockingham Road Council Senior School, Corby, were formally opened by the Right Hon. Oliver F. G. Stanley, M.C., M.P., president of the Board of Education. The proceedings were attended by the architect, G. H. Lewin, Esq., F.R.I.B.A., the Rev. H. Argall, the Rev. H. Williams, the Rev. A. D. Macdonald, M.A., the Rev. A. Brooke Westcott, M.A., S. J. Lloyd Esq., J.P. (chairman of the County Education Committee), sir A. R. de Capell Brooke, Bt., D.L., J.P., H. A. Freeman, Esq., J.P., G. L. T. Brudenell, Esq., C.C., and H. J. Rhodes Esq. (Messrs Stewarts & Lloyds)
24 June 1942: Gwen Williams, aged 13, Morton Babworth, enrolled in the 1st Retford Company of Girl Guides.
17 May 1945: Next Week’s Calls. Syndicate Halls. Brixton, Empress (R. 11) – Carroll Levis and his Discoveries, Royal and Revere, Bernard Speer, Babu, Sonay Jenks and Rene Williams, Pepino’s Circus.
15 July 1950: Postcard to Mrs Coles, Empshott Green, near Liss, Hampshire: ‘You are all so much in our thoughts. We are having the most heavenly weather what my mother used to call “real jam” Sunny, dry heat with a breeze & already we are all well burnt. We got here on Tuesday 3 p.m. after leaving the Vicarage Sat. 6.45 a.m. a most interesting journey & we met such nice people on the way. If you listen you’ll hear us purring – we never stop all day!! Much love Marjory Williams July 15.’; Postcard to Miss Mabel Coles, Empshott Green, near Liss: ‘I’ve just come in from a time weeding the garden!! the baby lettuces were just smothered in chickweed. Our Norwegian friends are all 18 years older since we saw them & 6 have passed on. The boy of 10 in 1932 is now in charge of his father’s farm & his father retired works for him! (by law farmers must hand over to the eldest son I think at 50) the grandchildren of Isaac & Anton now row the boats & own the farms! Perfect weather for hay so fishing is curtailed a little – Hope you are all v. well. Much love Marjory Williams 15.7.50′.
12 June 1951: E. Williams, bass, The Alexandra Choir
15 April 1953: County court judgments against J. C. Williams, House Boat, Malpas, Cornwall; and against Mrs Ruby Williams, The Tackle Shop, 245 London Road, North End, Portsmouth, fishing tackle retailer; and against Mr E. G. Williams, 40 Daneland, East Barnet, haulage contractor; and against Mr L. Williams, 85 Berry Avenue, Watford, marine store dealer; and against Mr K. S. Williams, 15 Queens Park Road, Heywood; and against Thomas Williams, 100 Bolton Road, Elton, Bury; and against Rev Mr Williams, Holy Trinity Vicarage, Leicester Road, Loughborough, clerk in orders; and against Stanley G. Williams, 5 Upper Court Terrace, Llanhilleth, collier; and against Charles Williams, 4 Newport Street, Burslem, sprayer; and against Mr W. T. Williams, The Holmes Farm, Whydown, Bexhill, Sussex; and against Mr Williams, 508 Leeds Road, Bradford, draper; and against Derick Williams, Ael Eilian, Llaneilian, Amlwch, Anglesey; and against Tudor E. Williams, Milford Arms, St Clears, Carmarthen
15 April 1953: Bill of sale by John Williams, 181 North Road, Darlington, roller, in favour of L. M. Graham (English)
2 October 1960: Paul Denys Williams and Christopher Martin Williams baptized at St Barnabas’, Heaton, Bradford
4 October 1963: Maureen Williams, soprano, Covent Garden Opera Chorus; Shirley Williams, contralto
11 June 1964: Postcard to Miss Gerrard, Flat 4, 49 Wickham Road, Beckenham, Kent: ‘I do hope you are really better, after your holiday. This is were we are staying for two nights a very lovely spot. The weather is not too bad Tomorrow we leave for Oban Yours Annie Williams‘
24 December 1964: Notice of marriage between David Brychan Williams, 39, bachelor, bricklayer, 9 Brooklands Terrace, Cyntwell [resident there for more than a month], and Pauline Tasker, 26, van driver, 126 Penylan Road, Cardiff: intended to be solemnized at Cardiff Register Office.
20 February 1976: G. Williams, Esq., director, Tranmere Rovers.
23 May 1976: English Chamber Orchestra: Violas: Andrew Williams
18 December 1976: Bert Williams, footballer, Crewe Alexandra
7 May 1977: Mark Williams, footballer, Newport County
16 March 1982: L. Williams, director, Crewe Alexandra Football Clu; and Phil Williams footballer: 2 September 1981 Mr T. Williams was donor of the ball for the game against Bristol Rovers; 19 February 1982, J. E. Williams & Son, Raleigh Five Star Cycle Dealers, 15 Edleston Street, Crewe, donated the ball for the game against Peterborough; 1 May 1982 G. Williams and B. E. Johnston, Norwich Union, donated the ball for the game against Sheffield United.
8 July 1989: wedding invitation from Mr and Mrs Peter Williams, 12 Brookside Estate, Chalgrove, to uncle Ernie and auntie Muriel, at the marriage of their daughter Julie Ann, to Mr Thomas David Stoodley, at St Mary’s church, Chalgrove
c1990: Evans Good Tooth (Solicitors) [Mrs Ann Ison, Miss Elaine Williams], 5 Balfour Place, Mount Street, London W1Y 5R6; John & Janet Williams, Trefusis Lodge, 60 Kenley Lane, Kenley CR2 5DD; Mrs H. Williams, 18 Montague Road, West Croydon CR0 3SS; 26 High Mount, Donnington, Telford, Shropshire TF2 7NL; Mrs Dora Williams [Birthday list:] Herva Williams 14 September
29 September 1996: parlour songs and arias; a varied programme of music ‘Ancient & Modern’, Chris Britton, Chris Williams, David Rees-Jones and Tricia Bentley: at St Mary’s church, Church Street, Twickenham