William Peere Williams (1664–1736)
William Peere Williams MP (c. 1664 – 10 June 1736) was a politician in Great Britain. He was Member of Parliament for Bishop's Castle from 1722 to 1727. Williams was born in Greyfriars, Chichester, Sussex, England to Peere Williams and Joanna Oyley.
William married Anne Hutchins, daughter of Sir George Hutchins. Anne and William had four sons: Sir Hutchins Williams, Frederick, William-Peere, George and two daughters: Anne Williams, and Louisa .
- Historical list of MPs
- Lee, Sidney, ed. (1900). "Williams, William Peere (1664-1736)". Dictionary of National Biography. 61. London: Smith, Elder & Co.
- Burke, Bernard. A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. London: Harrison, 1858. (p. 414) googlebooks Retrieved 7 February 2009
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1722 – 1727
With: Bowater Vernon 1722–6
Charles Mason 1726–7
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