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Emerson Milton Williams

Emerson Milton Williams, American merchant, banker. Member Territorial Legislature, 1899 (chairman judiciary committee).; Mason.

Background

  • Williams, Emerson Milton was born on October 26, 1862 in Coosa Company, Alabama, United States. Son of of Milton and Mary (Ellis) W.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Auburn (Alabama) Agricultural and Mech. College, 1883.

    Career

    • Connected with mercantile business Alabama, to 1892. Went to Pacific Coast, and Denver and engaged in commission business. Removed to Chicago, after financial panic, 1893.

      Became salesman dry goods department, Arizona Copper Company, Clifton, Arizona, September, 1893. General manager of the 5 stores of the company. President 1st National Bank, Clifton, since 1901.

      Director Clifton Wagon and Implement Company, Arizona & New Mexico Railway Company.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Democrat

    Religion

    Denomination: Baptist

    Membership

    Member Territorial Legislature, 1899 (chairman judiciary committee).

    Connections

    • Married Margaret Lee Harris, of San Saba, Texas, November 14, 1900.
    • spouse: Margaret Lee Harris
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    Born October 26, 1862
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