|Birth: ||Jun. 2, 1879|
New York, USA
|Death: ||Jun. 1, 1937|
New Mexico, USA
His nickname was "Suds"
He was born June 2 1879 in Sheridan,Chautauqua County, NY To Newton S Williams and Cornelia Cockburn Williams.
World war I Veteran. He was attacked by mustard gas in France. He wore thick dark color glasses and had false teeth. He was shot but lived. He didn't drink.He worked at Agnews asylum in San Jose california and survived when the building collapsed because of the earthquake of 1906.
He never married. He was tall medium built 5'8-5'10
He sold his model T for 20 acres of land and raised Donkeys"
He went on many Camping Trips. He had many guns.
died June 1 1937 at a veterans Hospital at Fort Bayard, Grant Co., New Mexico.
He was buried on the East side of Gobbler's Peak at the Base.
In Nutrioso Apache County Arizona in a lone Grave.
Newton Smith Williams (1848 - 1931)
Cornelia S Cockburn Williams (1855 - 1909)
Rufus C Williams Burial Site
Plot: East side of Gobbler's Peak
Created by: Jay Warner
Record added: May 30, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 37722475
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