FACTOID # 10: The total number of state executions in 2005 was 60: 19 in Texas and 41 elsewhere. The racial split was 19 Black and 41 White.
 
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Encyclopedia > Ransome Judson Williams

Biographical Overview • Born: January 4, 1892 in Cope, South Carolina • Died: January 7, 1970 • Buried: • Religion: Baptist • Political Party: Democrat Education • Medical College of South Carolina - Charleston, SC Occupation • Pharmacist Major Events and Accomplishments, 1945–1947 • A retirement system for teachers and other state, county, and city employees was created • August 1945 – World War II ended Other Government Positions • South Carolina House of Representatives, 1931-1932 • Lieutenant Governor of South Carolina, 1943-1945 Other Accomplishments, Honors, Distinctions • Williams served as a Trustee of Coker College, the Medical College of South Carolina, the University of South Carolina, and The Citadel Election Results • On January 2, 1945, Williams succeeded to office following the resignation of Governor Olin D. Johnston


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Misc. Marin County, California Obituaries - 1996 (6446 words)
Williams was born to Rees B. Williams and Marguerite E. Williams, nee Garvin, in Portland, Oregon on June 28th, 1923.
Williams was an active member of St. Rita's Church in Fairfax, the Elk's organization, the American Legion, and A.A. There was a Rosary at St. Rita's.
Judson is survived by his wife Virginia Dean, sister Mary Isbell, sons Philip L. Judson and David B. Judson, daughter Betsy Judson, six grandchildren.
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