Charles Bray Williams, Principal of
Winton NC High School
Winton High School Annual 1897 (?)

Charles and Alice, 1899, Chester, PA

Charles and Alice with Baby Weston, 1900

Alice Owen's Family Home in Winton;
note the horse and buggy!  Picture at right

is detail of the family  in Winton for a visit,
about end of 1902.  Alice's father on porch.

Charles and Alice, Stephenville, TX
Shy Weston with long curls, standing
Baby Lois sitting, about 1904 or late 1903

Charles B. Williams at Southwestern Seminary, Ft. Worth, about 1912?

Article about CBW in revival meeting in
Cleburne, TX, 1913

Lois, age 13 (r) playing in Ft. Worth yard
with friend and family cat


Williams as President of Howard pinning
DSC on local returning WWI veteran

Official Howard College Portrait

Official Union University portrait, about 1926

Williams at  Mercer about 1922; this photograph was used by the portrait artist for the gift to Union University  in 2004

Williams proudly showing off his new 1923
Model T in front of Mercer  apartment

Brother Simeon (Simmie), 1956


Sketch of Shiloh Church in 1824

Shiloh Baptist Church about 1940

Shiloh Baptist Church about 1952

Williams at Southwestern Seminary
Maybe 1918?

Family reunion in Tampa, about 1940|; Charlotte, CBW, Weston (d.1961), and
Alice Elaine (Weston's daughter)(d. 1987)

Edith and Charles B. in Lakeland, 1948

Williams and Kenneth Taylor, 1949

Looking over the new Moody edition, about 1950

Preaching in Atlanta, late 40s

Edith Williams, about 1953

Lois Williams Pace Christmas 1959

Lois Williams Pace and some of her 6th graders in Decatur, GA, 1975

Lois at home in Richmond, 1985
(She died in 1987)

Charles Williams (father Sim in background) 1956

Bailey and Charles Williams (Sim's sons) 1987

Noel Pace (Lois' son), 1986

Charlotte W., Charles P., & Perry Sprawls

Williams grave in Elizabeth City, NC

This is a readable copy of the printing in the picture in 4th row above, column 1:

Copy of text above picture:

"Grover C. O'Kelly, Howard College student,
receiving the Distinguished Service Cross Friday
at the college.  The medal is being pinned on by
Dr. Charles B. Williams, ,president of the college,
in the absence of Maj. R. S. Keyser, who was
to have decorated O'Kelly.  O'Kelly won the cross
at Chateau-Thierry for exceptional bravery while
with the Sixth Marines, Eightieth Company.  He
was one of few men left out of his regiment, and
though wounded, ministered to his fallen comrades
until he became unconscious.  He was captured by
the Germans  and released after the war." The
Birmingham News