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Historical Marker: Samuel May Williams2020-01-23T15:07:16-05:00

Samuel May Williams

Historical Marker

4115 Avenue K, Galveston, TX (Directions)

One of over 200 historical markers on the island, this marker is located at the final resting place of Samuel May Williams. The marker was erected in 1935 by the State of Texas.

Samuel May Williams Historical Marker

Inscribed

“In memory of
Samuel May Williams
Born in Providence, R. I.
October 4, 1795
Died in Galveston, Texas
September 13, 1858”

“His wife
Sarah Scott Williams
Born in Kentucky
December 7, 1807
Died in Galveston, Texas
August 31, 1860”

“Erected by the State of Texas”

(Reverse)

“Intimate Friend of Stephen F. Austin and
Secretary of Austin’s Colony
Pioneer Banker
Bearer of Important Commissions
Commercially the Influential Citizen of Texas.
Colony, Republic, State
Who Served Patriotically and Efficiently
Throughout Years of Self-Sacrifice.”


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