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Williams, Nathaniel F., 1782-1864

 

Dates

  • Existence: 1782 - 1864

Nathaniel F. Williams (1782–1864) was an American businessman and politician. He graduated from Harvard College in 1801. Serving as a lawyer in Boston and Annapolis. With his brothers, Amos, George and Cumberland, he founded the Savage Mill on land next to the Commodore Joshua Barney House in Maryland.During this time he also served as an attorney for the Maryland Senate, Western Shore from 1811 to 1816. He served as a private, Baltimore Fencibles, War of 1812, becoming wounded at the Battle of North Point in 1814. Williams was also Acting Attorney General of Maryland, serving from 1820 to 1822.

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Webster Mss 835154
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Identifier: Mss 835154
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Webster Mss 835278.1
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Identifier: Mss 835278.1
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Webster Mss 834357
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Identifier: Mss 834357
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Webster Mss 834361
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Identifier: Mss 834361
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Webster Mss 833453.1
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Identifier: Mss 833453.1
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Webster Mss 833460.1
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Identifier: Mss 833460.1
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Webster Mss 833656
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Identifier: Mss 833656
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Webster Mss 833659.1
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Identifier: Mss 833659.1
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Webster Mss 827224.1
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Identifier: Mss 827224.1
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Webster Mss 827257.1
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Identifier: Mss 827257.1
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