1848–1930

Introduction

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Born: Ap­ril 4, 1848, Cam­bridge, In­di­a­na.

Died: Feb­ru­ary 9, 1930, Mt. Au­burn (near Cin­cin­na­ti), Ohio.

Buried: Spring Grove Ce­me­te­ry, Cin­cin­na­ti, Ohio.

Biography

Alice was the daugh­ter of Al­fred B. Will­iams and Ruth Hoge John­son, and wife of Will­iam Er­nest Bro­ther­ton.

Though born in In­di­a­na, she spent most of her life in Ohio. She at­tended the St. Lou­is El­i­ot Gram­mar School, and Wood­ward High School in Cin­cin­na­ti.

Williams con­trib­ut­ed prose and verse to per­i­od­i­cals such as The Cen­tu­ry, The At­lan­tic and The Independent. She be­longed to the Un­i­tar­i­an de­no­mi­na­tion.

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