Annis Williams Of Ten Sleep Dies In Billing [Newspaper clipping in Edna Greet scrapbook, probably Northern Wyoming Daily News.]
     Funeral Services will be held Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. in Ten Sleep for Mrs. Annice Williams, 59, who died Saturday at 5 a. m. in a Billings hospital of a heart attack.
     Mrs. Williams, a long-time resident of the Ten Sleep area, was taken to Billings for medical treatment Jan. 18.  Her condition was believed to be improving when she suffered the heart attack. 
     Mrs. Williams was the widow of the late William Williams, Ten Sleep resident.  She recently purchased the Tom Field residence in Ten Sleep and had been living there prior to going to Billings.
     Among the survivors are tow sons, Carl Williams of Ten Sleep, and Pvt. Alvin Williams, who is now in the veterans hospital in Cheyenne.  Private Williams was wounded over-seas.  He will be unable to attend the services.
     Other relatives include three sisters, Mr. Bob Riddle and Mrs Florence Waln, both of Ten Sleep, and Mrs. Stella Lybier of Casper; and two brothers, Ray Brown of Red Bank and George Brown of Ten Sleep.
     The body arrived in Worland Sunday and funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Veile mortuary.

 

Funeral Services Are Held For Mrs. Annis Williams [Newspaper clipping in Edna Greet scrapbook, probably Northern Wyoming Daily News, Worland, Wyoming, 1 Feb. 1945.]
     TEN SLEEP --- (Special) --- Funeral services for Mrs. Annis Williams, who died in Billings last Saturday, were held yesterday afternoon at Ten Sleep, the Rev. Bean of Lander officiating.
     Pallbearers were Mert Bader, Lige Thaxton, Harry Mills, Henry Tully, Elmer Foreman and Roy Shriver.  A quartet composed of Mrs. Sam McPike, Mrs. Roy Shriver, Mrs. Dave Egbert and Mrs. S. D. Reser, sang: "Now the Day is Over," "Does Jesus Care" and "Christians Goodnight."  They were accompanied by Mrs. C. A. Dornberger.
     Julia Annis (Brown) Williams was born Oct. 25, 1885 in Sheridan county, Nebraska.  With her parents, Franklin P. Brown and Eliza A. [Arledge] Brown, she came to Wyoming in the year of 1898, where she resided the greater part of her life in the vicinity of Big Trails. 
     In 1908, she married W. W. Williams and to this union were born four boys.  William L. Williams, Deceased, Carl M. Williams, of Ten Sleep, Alvin R. Williams, recently discharged from the armed services, and  now a   patient in the veteran's hospital at Cheyenne, Wyo., and Lyle L. Williams, killed in a plane crash in England Sept. 2, 1942.  She is also survived by six sisters  and two brothers, Mrs. Ed Davis and Mrs. Clyde Lybyer of Casper, Wyo., Mrs. Clarence Waln, Powell, Wyo., Mrs. John Doubleday, Cody, Mrs. Robert Riddle, Ten Sleep, Mrs. C. L. Bishop of California, George Brown and Ray Brown of Ten Sleep.
     Mrs. Williams died in St. Vincent's hospital in Billins following a heart attack.  Her death was very sudden and a great shock to her wide circle of friends throughout the Big Horn Basin.
     In 1943, she purchased a home in Ten Sleep and had made it her permanent residence.