Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Jared Irving Williams.

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Jared Irving Williams.

Birth: 1838, Lancaster, New Hampshire.
Death: December 23, 1914, Lancaster, New Hampshire.

Wife: Mary Hamilton Morse Williams, ( ? - May 30, 1916 ).:
Married 1857.

Children: Non recorded.

Burial: Unknown.

Coos county, New Hampshire, History.

Jared Irving Williams, youngest son of Hon. Jared W. Williams, was born at Lancaster August 19, 1832. He fitted for college al Lancaster and .Killingly (Conn.) academies, graduated from Brown university in the class of 1854, studied law with his father, and Carpenter & Thurston, of Providence, R. I., was admitted to practice at Lancaster in 1856, and at once became associated with his father and brother.

He was editor of the Cods County Democrat from the death of J. M. Rix in 1854 until the election of Lincoln in 1860; was town representative in 1879 and 1.880; has been superintending school committee and president of the board of education  of Lancaster since 1876; is a trustee of Lancaster academy.

He married, in 1857, Mary Hamilton Morse. Mr. Williams did service in the Rebellion, and attained the rank of captain; is a prominent and valued member of the G.. A. R. and various Masonic bodies; possesses decided mathematical and mechanical tastes, and is a civil engineer of no mean ability. He is a Roman Catholic in religion, and a delightful social companion

New Hampshire Seventeenth Infantry.
State records.

Jared Irving Williams, Co. A, born Lancaster; Age 29; Residence Lancaster; Enlisted October 18, 1862; as private; Appointed Captain December 30, 1862, as captain; Mustered out April 16, 1863.  P. O. address Lancaster.

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