Harry Craig Williams
Brigadier General, United States Army
Craig Williams of Mississippi
Appointed from Mississippi, Cadet, United States Naval Academy, 9 September 1891 to 3 October 1894
Appointed Second Lieutenant, 15th U. S. Infantry, 5 October 1899
Transferred to the Artillery Corps, 25 July 1901
First Lieutenant, 1 July 1901
BRIGADIER GENERAL H. C. WILLIAMS
SAN FRANCISCO, California – February 1, 1959 – Brigadier General Harry C. Williams, USA, retired, died Friday at Letterman Army Hospital. His age was 84.
General Williams was a veteran of the Spanish-American War, the Moro Insurrection in the Philippines, and World War I. He won two Silver Stars and a Distinguished Service Medal for action in France in World War I while commanding the 320th Regiment Field Artillery in the Eighty-second Division.
Since his wife’s death three years ago, General
Williams had been living alternately with two sons, Sears of Baltimore
and Craig of Los Angeles.
WILLIAMS, ELIZABETH SEARS W/O HARRY CRAIG
Posted: 26 May 2008