|Birth: ||Jun. 25, 1909|
Los Angeles County
|Death: ||Dec. 10, 1948|
New York, USA
_December 10_. SCOTT GRAHAM WILLIAMSON, novelist; in the Southampton, Long Island, Hospital; suddenly; thirty-nine. Mr. Williamson, whose first two books, _The Fiesta at Anderson's House_ and _A Convoy through the Dream_, were widely acclaimed, was writing... (From Obituary, _Wilson Library Bulletin_, v. 23, p. 410 (February 1949).
SCOTT GRAHAM WILLIAMSON, author of "The Fiesta at Anderson's House" and "A Convoy Through the Dream," died suddenly on December 10. He was 39 years old. A few days before his death, Mr. Williamson signed a contract with Macmillian for the publication... (From Obituary Notes, _Publishers' Weekly_, v. 155 p. 142 (January 8, 1949).
Books by Scott Graham Williamson:
1. The American Craftsman (1940).
2. The Fiesta at Anderson's House (1947).
3. A Convoy Through the Dream. (1948).
His father was Alfred James Willamson , who was a son of Graham W. Williamson and Mary E. (Lee) Williamson [August 1845-?].
His mother was Della Grace Margaretha Scott [19 May 1880-31 August 1972], who was a daughter of Milo Wakely Scott and Della E. York [1850-?]. Milo Wakely Scott was a son of Horace Scott and Maria Smith [4 February 1804-7 January 1850]. Horace Scott was a son of Daniel Scott and Roxcy E. (Smith) Scott. Daniel Scott's 3rd great-grandfather was Deacon Samuel Chapin.
Scott's parents married on 16 July 1903 in Los Angeles, California.
Alfred Thomas James Williamson (1870 - 1943)
Fresh Pond Crematory and Columbarium
New York, USA
Created by: Richard Shedenhelm
Record added: Jan 03, 2013
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