Watkin Williams (1742–1808)
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He was Lord Lieutenant of Merionethshire from August 1789 to June 1793, Lord Lieutenant of Denbighshire from 1792 to 1793 and Constable of Flint Castle from March 1799 to his death. He was also a Major in the Salop militia (1766–96) and the Flintshire fusiliers (1803).
He died in 1808. He had married Elizabeth Stapleton, the daughter of Colonel James Russell Stapleton from Bodrhyddan, Flintshire but had no children.
- "WILLIAMS, Watkin (1742-1808), of Penbedw, Denb. and Erbistock, Flints.". History of Parliament Online. Retrieved 16 May 2016.
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