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STREET WILLIAMS, WALLINGFORD: Farmer.
Mr. Williams was born in Wallingford, July 9, 1833, and was educated there in the public and private schools, and at the State Normal School at New Britain.
|| He has spent his life in agricultural pursuits since attaining his majority, and has made farming a success in the best sense of the word. He was married in 1864 to Miss Julia A. Blackman of Huntington in this state, an estimable companion and helpmate, who is still living, and to whose advice and cooperation he attributes much of his happiness and success in life. He has filled various town and school-district offices for many years, and is now, and has been for five years, assessor of the town. He has been from his youth a member of the Episcopal church of Wallingford; has served for a long term of years as treasurer and vestryman of the parish, and superintendent of its Sunday-school. Politically, he is an ardent republican.
Source: Builders of Our Nation, Men of 1914
pub. Men of Nineteen-Fourteen, Chicago, Ill. 1915.
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