Williams Ridge

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Williams Ridge (80°30′S 29°20′W / 80.500°S 29.333°W / -80.500; -29.333Coordinates: 80°30′S 29°20′W / 80.500°S 29.333°W / -80.500; -29.333) is a conspicuous rock ridge, 1,060 m, extending east-west between Blaiklock and Stratton Glaciers, 1 nautical mile (1.9 km) northwest of Honnywill Peak in the west part of the Shackleton Range. First mapped in 1957 by the Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition and named for Sgt. Ellis Williams, RAF, radio operator with the advance party of the Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition in 1955–56 and with the RAF contingent of the expedition in 1956–58.

 This article incorporates public domain material from the United States Geological Survey document "Williams Ridge" (content from the Geographic Names Information System).