My mother was Helen Elizabeth Williams (b 06/30/1918 in Sisseton, Roberts County, South Dakota, USA. She was the daughter of Charles Williams and Grace.
That is the only information I have. I have been able to locate three (3) Charles Williams in the area--1 in Yankton South Dakota, one in Roberts county, South Dakota, and one in Alto, Roberts County, South Dakota. The one in Yankton was approximately 80 to 100 miles to where my mother was born--therefore unlikely. The second was 52 when my mother was born, possible, but not probable. The third was 41 at my mother's birth, Possible...but full name was Charles Wambdi changed to Charles Williams....So, I am at a dead end.
Is there anyone that can confirm that my mother existed?
Looking at the census records for state, your best bet would be to follow the Charles Williams in Sisseton line. Do you know any of your mother's siblings besides "Gussie?" Gussie was probably a nickname...perhaps for Gertrude, a sister on the census records. Other siblings listed as Wendel and Mary Jane Williams. Charles died post 1930 and it shows that his occupation was veterinarian in general practice. I would work on a death date and try and obtain an obituary to get further information. The mother, Grace, is listed as a librarian and also died post 1930, good chance there is an obituary out there for her. Charles is 12 years older than his wife Grace, so I would not count him out just because of his age when Helen was born.
I did locate a family tree with this information. I don't know if it is yours or if you have seen it but they have Charles Williams as the son of John Williams b. 9 April 1822 in Ohio, moved to Minnesota where he had a son Charles and then went to Iowa where he died in 25 May 1905. The mother is listed as Jane Burkhart born 1836. It was John's second wife. John is listed as a Veterinarian just as his son Charles is in later census records. It shows Charles living in Roberts County with Grace and the four above listed children from the 1920 and 1930 census. He and Grace were living in Waubay Ward, South Dakota in 1910 with their eldest daughter Mary Jane.
There are some good leads to follow to confirm if the census records from 1920/1930 in Sisseton are indeed your family.
William Henry was born 1848 or 49 in Hall County, GA, married Martha, born 1924 in Chattooga, S.C. He had a son, Benjamine (b) 182? in Cherokee, AL (d) 1910, his daughter Cynthis Francis Williams (B) 1853 in Flowery Branch, GA., she had a son - Gus Solmon Thomas (b) 1882
Thomas J. Williams born Feb.9, 1833 in England died Sept.15, 1889 in Logansport, Cass County, Indiana was married to Hannah Ashby & they had 10 children. They lived in Wisconsin in 1858-1860's when their 1st daughter was born in 1860.Then moved to Ohio where their other 9 children were born.Then moved to Indiana where Thomas & Hannah are both buried in Cass County,Indiana.Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I am just looking for more background, my mom's mom was a williams her brothers/sisters that I remember, my grandma's siblings that is were Cecil and Arthur there could have been more, but I know those for sure, and then the cousins and such would be Daniel Williams, Helen Williams turned Helen Daggert, and Earl Williams.
I am looking for information on Evin Harrison Williams born Dec 1831 in Alabama, USA and died about 1899 in Granbury, Hood, Texas, USA. Evin married Rebecca (Last Name Unknown) before 1857. Rebecca died between 1875 - 1880 in Laws Hill, Marshall, Mississippi, USA. Evin and Rebecca had at least seven children. If anyone has information on this family please let me know.
our local council can not help as the building is owned privately by a Mrs Haider.I have found out several Williams's were living there one was a A Williams from 1959-63.
And another Lewis R Williams from 1984-85 but need to find from around 1990-2001? or maybe earlier than that do not have the exact time line but he was living there at some time,as other family members went to see him but too younger to remember.
Finding this out could help solve a very old family mystery.
i am going to have a look at the election roles next monday in Hereford.