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Lawyer

Charles Wesley Williams, American lawyer. Served as civilian employee Columbia University, United States Navy Underwater Sound Laboratory, New London, Connecticut, 1942-1945. Chairman board Cleveland Museum Natural History; Member American Patent Law Association, Sigma Xi.

Background

Williams, Charles Wesley was born on June 16, 1911 in Cleveland. Son of Charles B. and Emily (Gunton) Williams.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Case Institute Technology, 1932. Bachelor of Laws, Western Reserve U., 1935.

Career

Admitted to Ohio bar, 1935, since practiced in Cleveland, specializing in patent law. Member firm Williams & Tilberry, since 1953. Chairman board Cleveland Instrument Company.

Membership

Served as civilian employee Columbia University, United States Navy Underwater Sound Laboratory, New London, Connecticut, 1942-1945. Chairman board Cleveland Museum Natural History. Member American Patent Law Association, Sigma Xi.

Clubs: Union (Cleveland).

Connections

Married Margaret E. Corrigan, August 18, 1936. Children: Deborah, Wesley, Marcia, Michael.

father:
Charles B. Williams

mother:
Emily (Gunton) Williams

spouse:
Margaret E. Corrigan

children:
Deborah Williams

Wesley Williams

Marcia Williams

Michael Williams