W.A. Williamson

William A. Williamson

Full Name: William A. Williamson
Date of birth: 1848
Date of death: February 13, 1906

Terms of Service top

Chamber District Dates of Service Legislatures Party City/County Note Counties in District
H 84 Jan 13, 1891 - Jan 10, 1893 22nd (1) (2)   Democrat Junction City / Kimble   Bandera, Kendall, Kerr, Kimble, Mason, Medina
H 84 Jan 8, 1889 - Jan 13, 1891 21st (3) (4) (5) (6)   Democrat Junction City / Kimble   Bandera, Kendall, Kerr, Kimble, Mason, Medina
H 84 Jan 18, 1887 - Jan 8, 1889 20th (7) (8)   Democrat Junction City / Kimble   Bandera, Kendall, Kerr, Kimble, Mason, Medina

(1) Democrat. Biennial Report of the Secretary of State of the State of Texas: List of Senators and Representatives.
(2) City of Junction formerly known as Junction City. Handbook of Texas Online.
(3) Democrat. Biennial Report of the Secretary of State of the State of Texas: List of Senators and Representatives.
(4) Kimble County included in district 84. Montgomery, Walker, Trinity, and Harris Counties included in district 54, which was entitled to three representatives (Breeding, Dawson, and McComb). 17th Legislature, 1 C.S., chapter 13, (redistricting bill). General Laws of the State of Texas.
(5) Lists district 54 for W.A. Williamson. No one listed for district 84. House Journal.
(6) Roster of Representatives of the 21st Legislature, "Twenty-First Legislature: Members of the House, Address, Occupation and Politics," Galveston Daily News, 1/5/1889, p. 2, crediting Abilene Library Consortium. Portal to Texas History (University of North Texas Libraries).
(7) Williamson sworn 1/18/1887, unseated Joe E. Haynes in election contest the same day, p. 63. House Journal.
(8) Roster of senators and representatives of the 20th Legislature with their postoffice address, Austin Weekly Statesman, "Governmental," 12/30/1886, p. 6. Portal to Texas History (University of North Texas Libraries).

Biographical Notes and Resources top

Biographical Sketches

Military Service Notes

Other Resources

  • Death notice, "Funeral of W.A. Williamson," 2/16/1906. W.A. Williamson, died in San Antonio Tuesday night, 2/13/1906; "For four years he represented Kimball [sic] county in the lower house at Austin." Austin Statesman.
  • Census of 1880 - W.A. Williamson, Kimble County, age 32, born circa 1848 in Georgia, lawyer, boarder.
    Census of 1900 - W.A. Williamson, Kimble County, age 53, born February 1847 in Georgia, attorney, wife Ella E., daughters Vera, Lilla, and Willie. FamilySearch. 1880 1900
  • W.A. Williamson (1848-1906), burial in San Marcos Cemetery, San Marcos, Hays County. Includes death notice, The Dublin Progress, 3/2/1906. Find a Grave.
  • Town of Denman renamed Junction City in 1877. Junction City renamed Junction in 1894. Handbook of Texas Online.
  • William A. Williamson, Democrat, lawyer, age 44 in 1891, born in Georgia. Legislative Reference Library Card File.
  • Death notice, "Texas Deaths: W.A. Williamson at San Antonio, San Antonio, Texas, February 13," The Houston Post, 2/14/1906, p. 8, crediting the Abilene Library Consortium. Aged 58 years. Williamson was "twenty years ago a member of the State legislature from Kimble county." Portal to Texas History (University of North Texas Libraries).

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Committee Information top

22nd R.S. - 1891
Counties and County Boundaries (Chair) 
Judicial Districts  
Judiciary No. 2  
Public Lands and Land Office  
Stock and Stock Raising  
21st R.S. - 1889
Judicial Districts  
Judiciary No. 2  
Mining and Minerals (Chair) 
Public Lands and Land Office  
Stock and Stockraising  

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