The family of Bishop William Williams and Jane Williams, [pre 1895]
Reference Number: 1/2-029564-F
The family of Bishop William Williams, taken at the house `Hukarere' in Napier, pre 1895. Standing, from left to right: Anna Maria Williams (3rd daughter), Lydia Catherine Williams(Kate, 4th daughter), William Leonard and Margaret Mary Williams (Mrs James Nelson Williams). Sitting, from left to right: Mary Williams (Mrs Samuel Williams, Te Aute), James Nelson Williams, Jane Williams (wife of Bishop William Williams), Jane Elizabeth Williams (Mrs Henry Williams Jr, Auckland), Emma Caroline Nelson (Mrs Williams Nelson, Tomoana, Hastings) and Marianne Williams (5th daughter). Seated at the front is Elina Williams (1st wife of Frederick Williams, eldest son of William Leonard). Photograph possibly taken by Frederick Williams as he lived next door to Hukarere.
1 image, related to William Leonard Williams, Lydia Catherine Williams, Anna Maria Williams, Margaret Mary Williams, Emma Caroline Nelson, Marianne Williams, Elina Williams, Mary Williams, James Nelson Williams, Jane Elizabeth Williams, Jane Williams, Hukarere (House), Napier City, Family and Williams, William (Bishop), 1800-1878 - Family.
Williams family : Photographs relating to the Williams family, Reference Number PAColl-8045 (12 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w original negative(s)Horizontal imageSingle negative
Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted
Other copies available: File print available in Pictorial Reference Service920. Williams, William Leonard. ca 1893(PFP-003459)
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