William Williams

Born
Died
aged 79
Parents
John Williams
Catherine Harvey
Marriage
  1. Caroline Eales,
    1. William John Williams, b c , d
    2. Caroline Catherine Williams, b c 
    3. Frederic Martin Williams, b , d
    4. Richard Michael Williams, b , d
    5. Arthur Edward Williams, b c 
    6. Mary Elizabeth Williams, b c , d c 
    7. Charles Henry Williams, b c 
    8. Catharine Anne Williams, b c , d
    9. Susannah Elizabeth Williams, b c , d
    10. Michael Williams, b c , d
Arms of Williams of Tregullow
Arms of Williams of Tregullow
Blazon
Vair, three crescents or
Sources
  1. Burke, Bernard, Dictionary of the Peerage and Baronetage, p 1402. 47th edition, , London, Harrison & Sons.
  2. Howard, Joseph Jackson; Crisp, Frederick Arthur, eds. Visitation of England and Wales, vol I p 41. Privately printed, .
  3. Fox-Davies, Arthur Charles. Armorial Families: a directory of Gentlemen of coat-armour, II, p 2096. 7th edition, , London, Hurst & Blackett.
Acknowledgement
Crescent from D. de Paysac.
Pedigree
Pedigree of Williams of Scorrier, Tregullow and Caerhays
Dedicatee
Davidstow, St David
  1. Chancel east, , five lights, Christ gives fish and bread to the apostles (post-Resurrection)
Gwennap, St Wenappa
  1. Chancel east, , four lights, Scenes from the life of Christ above the parable of the Good Samaritan.
    3a. Phoenix as a symbol of Christ 3b. Alpha (Α) and Omega (Ω) symbols of God the Father 3c. IHS monogram: symbol of Christ 3d. Agnus Dei: symbol of Christ
    2a. Transfiguration: Moses and Elijah appear on either side of Christ 2b. Resurrection: Christ arises from the grave 2c. Christ ascends into heaven; apostles beneath 2d. Entry into Jerusalem
    1a. The Parable of the Good Samaritan: the priest/Levite pass by without attending to the wounded man 1b. The parable of the Good Samaritan: the Samaritan tends the wounds of the traveller 1c. The parable of the Good Samaritan: the Samaritan takes the wounded man to the inn 1d. The parable of the Good Samaritan: the Samaritan pays the innkeeper
St Day, Holy Trinity (old church)
  1. E1. Chancel apse northeast, , two lights,
    2a. St Matthew 2b. St Mark
    1. The holy women on their way to the tomb
    (FH)
  2. E2. Chancel apse east, , single light,
    2. Christ enthroned
    1. Bearing of Christ’s body to the grave
  3. E3. Chancel apse southeast, , two lights,
    2a. St Luke 2b. St John the Evangelist
    1. The angel addresses the holy women at the empty tomb
    (FH)
Notes
  1. Baptism, Cornwall OPC Baptisms.
  2. Marriage of William Williams, son of John Williams of Scorrier House, to Caroline Eales, daughter of Richard Eales of Eastdon, Dawlish, Devon, Royal Cornwall Gazette p 3.
  3. Death of Sir William Williams of Tregullow, Royal Cornwall Gazette p 4, Royal Cornwall Gazette p 4.
  4. Funeral of Sir William Williams of Tregullow, Royal Cornwall Gazette p 4.
  5. Family history and genealogy of Williams, Royal Cornwall Gazette p 6.
  6. Burke, Bernard, Dictionary of the Peerage and Baronetage, p 1402. 47th edition, , London, Harrison & Sons.
  7. Howard, Joseph Jackson; Crisp, Frederick Arthur, eds. Visitation of England and Wales, vol I p 41. Privately printed, gives pedigree of Williams of Tregullow.
  8. Fox-Davies, Arthur Charles. Armorial Families: a directory of Gentlemen of coat-armour, vol II p 2096. 7th edition, , London, Hurst & Blackett Ltd.
  9. William Williams’ elder brother Michael married Caroline Eales’ elder sister Elizabeth.