|Birth: ||Sep. 1, 1909|
|Death: ||Mar., 1987|
New Mexico, USA
Guy L. Williams, Husband of Rose Williams, Valencia, Co. NM. Son of Floyd Emmett & Mary Adams [Waters] Williams, Medicine Lodge, Ks. Grandson of John Wesley & Amanda Jane [Williams] Williams, Lawrence, Ks. Grandson of Thomas James "T.J." & Angelia F. [Adams] Waters, Lyon, Co. Ks. Guy lived in Belen, Valencia, Co. New Mexico. He Married Rose [Grubesic] Sept. 1957 after her first husband John L. Grubesic died 1935 at the Van Houten coal mining camp in Colfax, Co. New Mexico. Added by Lloyd Williams Nephew.
Guy Williams Wife.
WILLIAMS -- Rose Grubesic Williams, born October 11, 1915, in Florence, CO, died October 1, 2005, at Laurel View Health Center. Mrs. Williams was preceded in death by her husbands, John L. Grubesic in 1935 and Guy Williams in 1987. Eight siblings also preceded her in death. She is survived by her daughter, Nancy King and husband, James M. King of Albuquerque with whom she made her home; one granddaughter, Margie Stark of Albuquerque; two grandsons, James C. Stanley and wife, Elizabeth of Cincinnati, OH, John L. Stanley and wife, Genie of Neenah, WI; four great-grandchildren, Travis Stark and Melissa Stark of Albuquerque, Jimmy Stanley and Amanda Stanley of Neenah, WI. Also surviving are numerous nieces and nephews and special friends, Dr. Roland Sanchez and family and the Jim Lynch family of Belen, New Mexico. Services will be held at Eastern Hills Baptist Church, 3100 Morris, NE on Thursday, October 6, 2005 at 10:30 a.m. French Mortuary 10500 Lomas Blvd., NE 275-3500. Info. added by Lloyd Williams Nephew.
Nancy King my uncle Guy's step-daughter said on the phone 10-18-2011 that my uncle Guy had been cremated & ashes scattered in New Mexico. I had been looking for my uncle Guy for years without finding him--Thanks to Mark DiVecchio on find a grave [who gave me Nancy's phone #] I finally found my uncle Guy Williams --Added by Lloyd Williams Nephew.
Guy Williams played saxophone & Clarinet.
Married in Sept. 1957.
Guy & his wife Rose were both cremated.
Guy had diabetes and Alzheimer before his death.
Info. provided by his stepdaughter Nancy King.
When my mother met him, he was touring and playing sax with a "Big Band" company. They toured all over the country until Rock & Roll took over They moved to Phoenix, Arizona and he began repairing and restoring musical instruments. My mother was head book keeper for a trucking company which transferred her to Colorado. They lived there doing the same jobs until Guy started to show signs of mental problems. They moved to Belen to be closer to me, as I could help them. They lived there until he died. He spoke often of playing football in high school and in fact, lost his two front teeth during a game. I was married had a family by the time they met and married, and saw them infrequently until he became ill, so I did not learn too much about his life before then. I hope this helps you to know a little more about him. Signed Nancy King Info. provided by stepdaughter Nancy King, added by Lloyd Williams Nephew.
About his Family:
Rock,Township--1901 Biographical Records
[July 1870] page 206--
John W. Williams, was a native of the state of New York, and his wife was born in Fulton County, Illinois. They were married in Michigan, where they resided until October, 1850, when they moved to Fulton County, Illinois. In 1855, they located in Kansas, where Mr. Williams engaged in farming. He was a blacksmith by trade and followed that occupation many years. He died June 1, 1885, and his widow died at Rock, in March, 1898. They reared the following children: George H.; Stephen D., who died in Douglass, Kansas, in 1894; Justus F., who was a stock raiser, and resided in Wyoming; John F., who was a farmer and stock breeder, and resided in Osage County, Kansas; Christopher V., who was a harness maker, and lived in Osage County, Kansas; Ella J., deceased, who was the wife of Peter Taylor; Ida E., who was the wife of T. Stephens, of Lawrence, Kansas; Abraham L., who was a stone mason; Limon P., who resided near Rock, Kansas, and was a gardener; Arthur W., who was a farmer in Kansas; and Floyd E., who was a farmer of Lyon County, Kansas. Info. added by Lloyd Williams Nephew.
Floyd Emmett Williams (1871 - 1933)
Mary Adams Waters Williams (1873 - 1945)
Antonia Rose Williams (1915 - 2005)*
Hazel F Williams McEndree (1897 - 1987)*
Tressy Fay Williams Shouse (1899 - 1982)*
Roy Allen Williams (1902 - 1978)*
Ray Everett Williams (1902 - 1965)*
Vess O. Williams (1906 - 1988)*
Guy L Williams (1909 - 1987)
Ruby M Williams Bragg (1911 - 1989)*
Cremated, Ashes scattered.
Specifically: Scattered in the desert
Created by: Lloyd Williams
Record added: May 12, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 69735255
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There is a HUGE swing band in Heaven and a whole lot of Williams men are playing, my dad included. Swing on, Cousin Guy!|
Added: Aug. 8, 2012
Rest in Peace uncle Guy|
Added: May. 12, 2011