|Birth: ||Aug. 16, 1912|
|Death: ||Mar. 26, 1993|
Nettie Estelle Lamberth Williamson
Birth: 16 AUG 1912
Death: 26 MAR 1993
Burial: Old Anacoco Cem., Anacoco, Vernon, Louisiana
Father: Elias Presley Lamberth b: DEC 1873 in Vernon Parish, Louisiana
Mother: Alice Belle McAlpin b: 11 APR 1873 in Sabine Parish, Louisiana
Sister: Vera Lamberth Hill
Brothers: Isaac Newton Lamberth, Elias Presley Lamberth, Jr., Rees McAlpin Lamberth
Marriage: Robert Temple (Bob) Williamson (b: 1 APR 1914 in Buckner, Richland, Louisiana) on December 13, 1941 in Leesville, Louisiana.
Vera Carol Williamson Risinger b: 6 Feb 1944
Nelson Williamson b & d: 27 JUL 1946
Robert Nell Williamson Endris b: 5 Dec 1951
Obituary: Mrs. Williamson was born to Elias Presley and Alice McAlpin Lamberth in Leesville, on August 16, 1912. She was graduated from Leesville High School in 1929 and attended University of Southwestern Louisiana in Lafayette.
"Miss Nettie," as she was called by her friends, was a faithful member of First Baptist Church for 68 years. She made a profession of faith and was baptized at the age of 12. She was director of the Junior Department in Sunday School for many years. She also assisted with the Adult IV Department, taught Training Union, and served on many committees including the Nominating and Anniversary Committees. She was also active in civic affairs. She served on the Leesville City Council in the early 1950's. With her husband, Robert T. (Bob) Williamson, she owned the Ben Franklin Store on Third Street for 18 years. They were members of the Chamber of Commerce and supported activities involving Leesville and Fort Polk. She was a past president of the Pilot Club and a member of the Vernon Parish Historical Association. She supported the 4-H program by being a leader in Vernon Parish.
As an active member of the Leesville High School Alumni Association, she participated in every aspect of the association's work. She was past president and a board member. She was named Alumnus of the Year in 1981. She supported their on-going work by helping with the "KIN" memberships given to newly-graduating alumni. In 1991, the association and school honored her by naming her Grand Marshal of the Homecoming Parade.
Mrs. Williamson was preceded in death by her parents; her son, Nelson Williamson; her brothers, E. P. Lamberth, Jr., Rees Lamberth and Isaac Lamberth; and her sister, Vera Lamberth Hill.
Survivors: Her husband, two daughters, six grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren.
Elias Presley Lamberth (1873 - 1950)
Alice McAlpin Lamberth (1873 - 1936)
Robert Temple Williamson (1914 - 2009)
Nelson Williamson (1947 - 1947)*
Rees McAlpin Lamberth (1896 - 1954)*
Vera Lamberth Hill (1898 - 1983)*
E. P. Lamberth (1903 - 1988)*
Isaac Newton Lamberth (1910 - 1911)*
Nettie Lamberth Williamson (1912 - 1993)
"A Great Lady with Great Faith"
Old Anacoco Cemetery
Maintained by: Robbie Endris
Originally Created by: Duke and Kathy
Record added: Jun 14, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 27558598