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Landed baronet WILLIAMS in 1883:

-Sir William Grenville Williams, 4th Bart, of Bodelwyddan, St. Astaph. in 1883 had 5,360 acres in Denbigh (worth 3,023) and 4,011 acres in Flint (worth 5,848);

-Sir William Robert Williams, 3rd Bart., of Heanton House, Barnstable, etc. in 1883 had 7,000 acres in Devon (worth 8,000) and 1,019 in Cornwall (worth 2,171);

-Sir Richard Mostyn Lewis Williams-Bulkeley, 11th Bart, of Baron Hill, Beaumaris. in 1883 had 16,516 acres on Anglesea, and 13,362 acres in Carnarvon;

-Sir Watkin Williams-Wynn, 6th Bart, of Wynnstay, Ruabon, etc. Total of 145,770 acres (worth 54,575), comprising mainly 28,721 acres in Denbigh (worth 24,368), 70,559 acres in Montgomery (worth 18,139) and 42,044 in Merioneth (worth 7,438), and 3,856 in Shropshire (worth 4,453);

-Sir James Hamlyn Williams-Drummond, 4th Bart., of Edwinsford, Llandilo. In 1883 he had 9,281 acres in Carmarthen (worth 6,357) and 482 in Midlothian (worth 1,234);

-Robert Williams, of Bridehead, Dorchester. In 1883 he had 4,917 acres in Dorset (worth 6,400) and 14 in Surrey (worth 600). (This Williams was made a baronet in 1915).


Other Landed Williams in 1883:

-Francis Edward William, of Malvern Hall, Solihull, etc, 2,931 acres in Worcester (worth 6,546 guineas per annum), 2,572 acres in Warwickshire (worth 4,779), 552 in Hereford (worth 714), and 3,804 in county Kerry (worth 124);

-the late John Michael Williams, of Burncoose, St. Austell, 7,000 acres in Cornwall (worth 12,000), and 1,123 in Devon (worth 1,309);

-Morgan Stuart Williams, of Aberpergwm, Neath, 3,058 in Glamorgan (worth 2,817) and 859 in Brecon (worth 873);

-Col. Owen Williams, of Temple House, Great Marlow, 3,062 in county Roscommon (worth 963), 3,854 in Carnarvon (worth 4,523), 4,195 in Anglesea (worth 5,808), 1,910 in Bucks (worth 6,098), 438 in Berks (worth 1,386), 275 in Flint (worth 782), and 500 in Denbigh (worth 2,000);

-Pryce Buckley-Williames, of Pennant, 2,282 acres in Montgomery (worth 2,368);

-E. Williams, of Herringstone. 7,349 acres in Dorset and Kings County (worth 2,259);

-Rev. Garnons Williams, of Abercamlais. 2,699 acres in Brecon and Hereford (worth 2,827);

-George Williams, of Scorrier. 2,078 acres in Cornwall (worth 3,142);

-Michael Henry Williams, of Tredrea. 2,621 acres in Cornwall (worth 2,097);

-Penry Williams, of Penpont, Brecon. 7,042 acres in Brecon (worth 4,370) and 1,094 acres in Hereford (worth 544);

-Williams of Portmadoc, 3,730 acres (worth 2,156);

-Susan Williams, of Trephilip. Brecon, Glamorgan and Pembroke, 2,917 acres (worth 2,780) in Carnarvon and Merioneth;

-W. Addams-Williams, of Llangibby. 2,827 acres in Monmouth (worth 2,981).

( S., March 2013)