Regional North America United States Connecticut Society and Culture Famous Nutmeggers Political or Military Williams, William
Born in Lebanon, Connecticut in 1731, he fought in the French and Indian War as a member of the Continental Army. In 1776, he accepted a seat in Congress and was a co-signer of the Declaration of Independence. He died in Lebanon at the age of 80.
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Biography of William Williams
The biography of William Williams from Rev. Charles A. Goodrich "Lives of the Signers to the Declaration of Independence" published in New York by William Reed & Co., 1856.
Extensive information from The Society of the Descendants of the Signers of the Declaration of Independence.
William Williams (1731 - 1811)
Images and information from Find A Grave Memorial.
William Williams: "A Firm Patriot—an Honest Man"
Article by Carl G. Karsch from ushistory.org.
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