Gilford Williams

b. 24 November 1894, d. 17 June 1962

Parents

FatherJohn Smith Williams b. 11 Jun 1849, d. 17 Aug 1926
MotherLouisa Susie Burk b. Aug 1854
RelationshipGrandson of Eli Williams
Appears on chartsDescendants (with spouses) of Eli Williams
In Family LineWilliams

Information

Name Variation  Gilford Williams was also known as G. M. Williams. 
Possible BirthdateNov 1893 According to at least one source, his birthdate was Nov 1893 birthplace was Missouri. 
Birth24 Nov 1894 He was born on 24 Nov 1894. 
Possible Birthdate1895 According to at least one source, his birthdate was 1895 birthplace was Missouri. 
1900 Census
(with Parents)
14 Jun 1900 Gilford appeared in the 1900 Federal Census of Duck Creek Township, Stoddard County, Missouri, as Gilford Williams, in the household of his parents, Louisa and John Smith Williams. He is a single white male, age 6. Son of head of household. Born November 1893. He was born in Missouri. his mother and father were born in Missouri. He cannot read or write. He can speak English. 
1910 Census
(with Parents)
21 Apr 1910 Gilford appeared in the 1910 Federal Census of Duck Creek, Stoddard County, Missouri, as Gilford Williams, in the household of his parents, Susie and John Smith Williams. He is a single white male, age 17. Son of head of household. He was born in Missouri. His mother and father were born in Missouri. He can speak English. He has no occupation. He can read and write. He attended school within the year. 
Marriage29 Aug 1917 Gilford Williams and Lulu M. VanSape were married on 29 Aug 1917 in Bloomfield, Stoddard County, Missouri.
1920 Census12 Feb 1920 Gilford appeared in the 1920 Federal Census of Duck Creek, Stoddard County, Missouri, as G. M. Williams, with his wife, Lulu. Their son, Ray, was listed as living with them. He is a married white male, age 25. Rents his home. He can read and write. He was born in Missouri. His father was born in the U.S., his mother in Missouri. He can speak English. His occupation is farmer on a general farm. His farm is #163 on the farm schedule. 
1930 Census17 Apr 1930 Gilford Williams appeared as head of household in the 1930 Federal Census of Duck Creek Township, Stoddard County, Missouri, as Gilford M. Williams. Living with him was his wife, Lulu, and their children, Ray and Lennie. He is a married white male, age 35. He rents his home. It is a farm. He was first married at the age of 22. He did not attend school since Sept. 1, 1929. He can read and write. He was born in Missouri. His mother and father were born in Missouri. He can speak English. His occupation is farmer on a general farm. He is an employer. He was a work. He is not a veteran of the U.S. military. His farm is number 162 on the farm schedule. 
Possible Deathdate6 Jun 1962 According to at least one source, his death date was 6 Jun 1962. 
Death17 Jun 1962 Gilford Williams died on 17 Jun 1962 in Poplar Bluff Hospital, Poplar Bluff, Butler County, Missouri, at age 67.
Burialafter 17 Jun 1962 He was buried after 17 Jun 1962 in Harper Cemetery, located in Acorn Ridge, Stoddard County, Missouri. 

Children of Gilford Williams and Lulu M. VanSape

All known children of Gilford Williams and Lulu M. VanSape are deceased.