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Williams, Sir William, first baronetlocked

(1633/4–1700)
  • Paul D. Halliday

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Williams, Sir William, first baronet (1633/4–1700), lawyer and politician, was born at Nantanog in Llantrisant, Anglesey, the second son of Hugh Williams (c.1596–1670), rector of Llantrisant and later canon of Bangor and prebendary of St Asaph, and of Emma, the daughter of ...

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