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Winfield Lafayette Williams
U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006

Name:    Winifield Lafayette Williams
Birth Date:    13 Apr 1846
Death Date:    14 Oct 1922
Cemetery:    Lexington City Cemetery
Cemetery Address:    Lexington, AL 35648
Alabama, Marriage Collection, 1800-1969

Name:    Lafayette Williams
Spouse:    Elizabeth Gray
Marriage Date:    19 Dec 1869
County:    Lauderdale
State:    Alabama
Performed By Title:    Justice of the Peace
Performed by Name:    C B Jones
Source information:    Jordan Dodd, Liahona Research

1900 United States Federal Census

Name    Winfield L Williams
Age    53
Birth Date    Apr 1847
Birthplace    Tennessee
Home in 1900    Poplar Springs, Lauderdale, Alabama
Race    White
Gender    Male
Relation to Head of House    Head
Marital Status    Married
Spouse's Name    Elisibeth Williams
Marriage Year    1867
Years Married    33
Father's Birthplace    Tennessee
Mother's Birthplace    Tennessee
Household Members    
Name    Age
Winfield L Williams    53
Elisibeth Williams    53
Mervinie Williams    27
Bengaman Williams    24
Henry Williams    21
Dudley Williams    19
Lafayette Williams    16
Tayler W Williams    11

Alabama, Select Marriages, 1816-1957

Name:    William D. Williams
Gender:    Male
Marriage Date:    4 Oct 1903
Marriage Place:    Lauderdale, Alabama
Spouse:    Eugenia Lemay
FHL Film Number:    1027508
Reference ID:    bk 16 p 36
1910 United States Federal Census

Name:    Jennie Williams
[Jennie William] 
Age in 1910:    21
Birth Year:    abt 1889
Birthplace:    Alabama
Home in 1910:    Killen, Lauderdale, Alabama
Street:    Bridge Road
Race:    White
Gender:    Female
Relation to Head of House:    Wife
Marital Status:    Married
Spouse's Name:    Dudley W William
Father's Birthplace:    United States
[United States of America] 
Mother's Birthplace:    United States
[United States of America] 
Native Tongue:    English
Able to Read:    Yes
Able to Write:    Yes
Years Married:    7
Number of Children Born:    3
Number of Children Living:    3
Neighbors:    View others on page
Household Members:    
Name    Age
Dudley W William    29
Jennie Williams    21
John H Williams    5
Claud L Williams    3
Millie E Williams    1
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Minnie L Chapman    14

1940 United States Federal Census

Name    Claud M Wilson
Age    37
Estimated Birth Year    abt 1903
Gender    Male
Race    White
Birthplace    Alabama
Marital Status    Married
Relation to Head of House    Head
Home in 1940    Pleasant Site, Franklin, Alabama
Farm    Yes
Inferred Residence in 1935    Pleasant Site, Franklin, Alabama
Residence in 1935    Same Place
Sheet Number    1B
Number of Household in Order of Visitation    13
Occupation    Farmer
House Owned or Rented    Owned
Value of Home or Monthly Rental if Rented    200
Attended School or College    No
Highest Grade Completed    Elementary school, 8th grade
Hours Worked Week Prior to Census    60
Class of Worker    Working on own account
Weeks Worked in 1939    52
Income    0
Income Other Sources    Yes
Household Members    
Name    Age
Claud M Wilson    37
Mellie Wilson    31
Frances Wilson    10
Esterlene Wilson    8
Marjie Ellon Wilson    6
W C Wilson    5
Geneva Wilson    3
Darsie Mae Wilson    1

1930 United States Federal Census

Name    Claude M Wilson
Age in 1930    27
Birth Year    abt 1903
Gender    Male
Race    White
Birthplace    Alabama
Marital Status    Married
Relation to Head of House    Head
Home in 1930    Belgreen, Franklin, Alabama
Dwelling Number    172
Family Number    179
Home Owned or Rented    Rented
Radio Set    No
Lives on Farm    Yes
Age at First Marriage    25
Attended School    No
Able to Read and Write    Yes
Father's Birthplace    Georgia
Mother's Birthplace    Alabama
Able to Speak English    Yes
Occupation    Farmer
Industry    General Farm
Class of Worker    Working on own account
Employment    Yes
Household Members    
Name    Age
Claude M Wilson    27
Mellie E Wilson    21
Francis E Wilson    0


Edgar Neil Rikard, 61, died June 15, 1982 at the Itawamba County Hospital. He was a farmer, a retired employee of Day Brite, and served in World War II. He was a member of Fulton Church of Christ. Services were June 17 at Senter Funeral Home Chapel with burial in Itawamba Memorial Gardens.

Survivors included his wife, Mrs. Frances Rikard of Nettleton; two sons, Dwight Rikard of Fulton and Dale Rickard of Nettleton; one daughter, Mrs. Lynda Davis of Wilsonville, Ala.; two sisters, Mrs. Ester Guntharp of Pontotoc and Mrs. Effie Davis of Waukegan, Ill.; four grandchildren.

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