George
A.
Williams


 

GEORGE A. WILLIAMS


Camden Courier-Post - February 4, 1933

EAST CAMDEN COAL MAN DIES AFTER OPERATION

Funeral services for George A. Williams, 71, East Camden coal dealer, who died Thursday, will be held at the convenience of the family at West Nottingham, Md. He and his sister, Miss Emma R. Williams, operated the coal business of George A. Williams & Co., with yards at Twenty-seventh and Pleasant streets. He is also survived by his wife, Sarah A., one brother, Frank E., and two other sisters, Mrs. Fannie Morris, Cecil county Md., and Mrs. Belton Reed, Camden.

Death was due to pneumonia following an operation for removal of cataracts.

He was a member of Ionic Lodge, No. 114, Free and Accepted Masons; Excelsior Consistory, Improved Order of Red Men, Independent Order of Odd Fellows and Brotherhood of America.


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