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Henry Williams (missionary) - Parents, Brothers and Sisters
... Henry was the son of Thomas Williams (Gosport, England, 27 May 1753 – Nottingham 6 January 1804) and Mary Marsh (10 April 1756 – 7 November 1831) ... Thomas Williams was a supplier of uniforms to the Royal Navy, in Gosport ... In 1796 Thomas and Mary and their six children moved to Nottingham, then the thriving centre of the East Midlands industrial revolution ...
Thomas Williams (New Zealand)
... Thomas Williams (born 2 February 1846, date of death unknown) was an ironfounder, businessman and Christchurch City Gore Borough Councillor in the South Island of New Zealand ... Williams established his engineering business in Christchurch New Zealand in 1864, aged only 18 ... Williams was contracted by New Zealand Railways to supply a steam crane for 600 pounds-the first of its kind to be made in New Zealand in August 1872 ...
List Of Welsh-language Authors - W
... Meurig Walters (1915–1988) Urien Wiliam (born 1929) Dafydd William (1720–1794) Colin H Williams (born 1950) David John Williams (1885–1970) David John Williams, Corris (1886–1950) David Mathew Williams (Ieuan. 1728 – 1806) John Ellis Williams (1901–1975) John Ellis Williams (born 1924) John Ellis Caerwyn Williams (born 1912) John Griffith Williams (1915–19 ... Tryfanwy) (1867–1924) John Roberts Williams (John Aelod Jones) (born 1914) Morris Williams (Nicander) (1809–1874) Moses Williams (1685–1742) Nathaniel Williams (1742–182 ...
Thomas Williams, 1st Baron Williams
... Thomas Edward Williams, 1st Baron Williams (26 July 1892 – 18 February 1966), was a peer of the United Kingdom ... He was ennobled on 24 June 1948 as Baron Williams, of Ynyshir in the County of Glamorgan ...
Unamended Christadelphians - Historical Development - Statement of Faith & Division of Christadelphian Fellowships
... In the same year, March 1885, Thomas Williams commenced publication of The Christadelphian Advocate Magazine in Waterloo, Iowa ... Williams supported Birmingham Temperance Hall's addition to BSF 1877 of the new "Foundation Clause", and therefore the "disfellowship" of the ... Williams also approved Robert's position related to Edward Turney 12 years earlier, though Turney's Nazarene fellowship had already effectively petered out with ...

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