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Williams Family Cemetery
Pacific County, Washington

Contributed by T Sheldon, Sep 11, 2000 [tsheldon@tss.net ]. Total records = 18.

Transcribed by T Sheldon, proofread by Gavin Vincent, completed this 24th day of May, 2000.

Location: Sec 14, T12N, R10W. On Nemah-Williams Road.

The land was once owned by Albert and Mary Williams, and overlooked the Nemah River. This small cemetery was sturdily fenced in some 30 years ago, housing direct Williams family members except for one Mr. Prior.

ELLSWORTH, Viola (WILLIAMS), no dates, w/o James
OSBORNE, Maude (WILLIAMS), no dates, w/o Alfred
PRIOR, Mr., no dates, h/o Miss Price (whose fr was white, Mr was Indian, f/o 6 children-incl. Johnny and George
WHITCOMB, Alberta (WILLIAMS), b. 1885, d. 1970
WILLIAMS, Albert, b. 1850, d. Oct1936, age 86y 7m 6d, arr Oysterville 1882
WILLIAMS, Arthur, no dates, s/o Albert and Mary
WILLIAMS, Baby, d.1948, d/o Clyde, gd/o Minnie and Garfield
WILLIAMS, Baby, no dates
WILLIAMS, Clarence E., b. 4 Apr 1873, d. Jan 1960, age 87y, cremated, eldest son of Albert and Mary
WILLIAMS, Ella Irene, b. 4 Feb 1921, d. 21 Feb 1921, d/o Minnie and Garfield
WILLIAMS, Eugene H., b. 7 May 1889, d. 12 Feb 1975, age 85y
WILLIAMS, Garfield V., b. 1881, d. 10 Oct 1963
WILLIAMS, James Albert, b. 31 Dec 1948, d. 11 Apr 1949, s/o Clyde and Armola
WILLIAMS, Mary Jane (McCRACKEN), b. 1855, d. 6 Sep 1936, age 81y 16d, w/o Albert, m/o Clarence E.-Walter-Ruth-2 babies, first white family to settle in Nemah
WILLIAMS, Minnie B., b. 7 May 1897, d. 7 Apr 1974
WILLIAMS, Ruth Virginia, b. 1892, d. 1917, age 25y
WILLIAMS, Walter, b. 27 Jan 1883, d. 17 Oct 1930
WILLIAMS, Walter, b. 3 Mar 1847, d. 19 Oct 1938

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