James A. Williamson

Winnsboro, South Carolina

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I am so sorry for your loss. Prayers are with Joan and the family. Love in Christ...Gail Floyd


Upon our return home after visiting with you on May 12, 2014, my husband, Larry, and I felt a "complete calm in our hearts" in knowing "just how much you love us". No one can ever deny the gentleness in your tone, the sweet genuine warmth of your hugs, the tenderness of a Father's kiss to his Daughter, the very low whimper in my ear, the sadness in your eyes as we were leaving, and your last loving words: "I always walk you...

This uncle I knew only from brief visits, was always in my father's, (his brothers), mind and was held in the highest esteem. He served his country at great sacrifice, in fields foreign and domestic, through three wars. He volunteered where so many abstained, and in my last conversations with him, his concern was for our great nation.

We will soon see no more of these men who fought the great war, who through unflinching service saved our nation and never bragged nor boasted of...


Jim was indeed a "hero" to those that knew, respected and admired him. His military career and life after the Army speaks to this.

I can remember a young man's "FEAR" as I attempted to catch up with Jim (Mr. Williamson then) to ask for his Daughter Roxanne's hand in marriage. It took me two attempts to set up a meeting (due to his "duty calls" at the Nike Base). Glad that meeting is over!

To Dad With Love

So, sorry for your loss, may the GOD of heaven be with all of you, during this time of bereavement. Sincerely, C. WIDER SC

We are so sorry about the death of Mr. Willamson. I think we (Allyson) may be cousins thru my Howell lines. We thank Mr. James for his service to our country, fighting to rid our world of tyranny, cruelty and injustice. We hope and pray that family and loved onew will find strength and comfort in your faith and your memories.


James's Obituaries

James Williamson WINNSBORO - A graveside service with full military honors celebrating the life of Mr. James A. Williamson will be held at 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 27, 2014, in First Baptist Church Cemetery, Hudson Street Ext. in Winnsboro. The family will receive friends after the service at...

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