July 2, 1855, Brookline, Massachusetts.
May 6, 1915, Boston, Massachusetts.
Theodore was the son of Frederick J. B. Williams and Abbie Tufts, and husband of Velma Curtis.
He received degrees from Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts (AB 1876); Harvard Divinity School (BD 1882); and Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio (LittD 1911). He was pastor of the Unitarian Church in Winchester, Massachusetts (1882), and of All Souls, New York City (1883–96). He went on to serve as headmaster of Hackley School in Tarrytown, New York, until 1905, and headmaster of the Roxbury Latin School, Boston, Massachusetts (1907–09). His works include:
Williams’ burial place