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Bruce Williamson Jr., a Latter-Day Temptation, Dies at 49

2020-09-15T22:28:06+0000

A gospel music prodigy as a child, Mr. Williamson went on to sing with the Motown group for nearly a decade. He died of the coronavirus.


Bruce Williamson Jr., a Latter-Day Temptation, Dies at 49

2020-09-15T22:28:06+0000

A gospel music prodigy as a child, Mr. Williamson went on to sing with the Motown group for nearly a decade. He died of the coronavirus.


Bruce Williamson Jr., a Latter-Day Temptation, Dies at 49

2020-09-15T22:28:06+0000

A gospel music prodigy as a child, Mr. Williamson went on to sing with the Motown group for nearly a decade. He died of the coronavirus.


Oliver Williamson, 87, Dies; Nobel Laureate Studied Organizations

2020-05-27T22:00:55+0000

He shared the 2009 award in economic science for his theories on how business decisions are made, work whose influence reached into various sectors of the economy.


Skip Williamson, Underground Cartoonist, Dies at 72

2017-03-22T23:33:44+0000

Mr. Williamson, whose comics in the 1960s and ’70s reflected his radical politics, included savage caricatures and characters like Snappy Sammy Smoot.


John Williamson, Co-Founder of the Sandstone Retreat, Dies at 80

2013-05-04T22:36:21+0000

Sandstone, which Mr. Williamson and his wife always insisted was about more than sex, at one point had a handful of couples who were full-time residents and about 500 paying members.


Nicol Williamson, a Mercurial Actor, Is Dead at 75

2012-01-26T04:26:08+0000

Mr. Williamson was a Scottish-born actor whose large, renegade talent made him a controversial Hamlet, an eccentric Macbeth, an angry, high-strung Vanya and, on the screen, a cocaine-sniffing Sherlock Holmes.


Al Williamson, Illustrator of Comic Books, Dies at 79

2010-06-21T04:04:48+0000

Mr. Williamson, who worked with almost every major comics publisher, put an indelible artistic stamp on “Flash Gordon.”


Ellis W. Williamson, Who Led Troops in Vietnam, Is Dead at 88

2007-02-08T05:00:00+0000

Maj. Gen. Ellis W. Williamson led the first Army combat troops into South Vietnam and participated in the D-Day landings in Normandy in World War II and the Inchon landings in the Korean War.


Paid Notice: Deaths WILLIAMSON, HELEN M.D.

2006-11-26T05:00:00+0000

WILLIAMSON--Helen M.D. On Saturday, November 11, 2006, Dr. Helen Thorworth Williamson died in the company of family, at home in Stamford, CT. Born in Irvington, NJ, on December 15, 1927, she was the daughter of the late John Andrew and Hazel (Tichenor) Thorworth. She was predeceased, in May, by her beloved husband of 58 years, Donald Williamson Dr. Williamson is survived by five children, nine grandchildren, and two greatgrandchildren. Dr. Williamson earned her BA from William Smith College, her ...



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