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Re: Colonel and Mrs.W.L. Williams

It has been a while since these responses were posted, but I wanted to add my thanksgiving for your work/s.

Fred Williams was my grandfather. (I was born in 1946) We lived in San Angelo and I grew up in the house that Great Grandmother Williams and my grandfather had lived in from time to time due to his asthma. He was a wonderful grandfather and I have delightful memories of him, although I was a young girl when he died. That, too, is vivid.

I am one of the only descendants from my generation, but I am making a copy of my well-worn copy of The Golden Years for my own granddaughter; and I decided to search for any other information online. Hence, my finding you.

I also grew up with more of the Dr. S.L.S. Smith family history of my grandmother (Elizabeth Smith Williams, wife of Fred Williams) and of the Potters and Riggs family lines in Mother's genealogy. So, some of the Williams history was rather different from my other maternal family lore. I would like my granddaughter to know all of it.

I also have several pieces of furniture that belonged to (Great) Grandmother Williams (Mrs. W.L. Williams). Katie, now, will have information to accompany those pieces of furniture as she and her future family grows.

Thank you again!! Timmy Sorrow

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