“Benjamin Dudley Williams, physician was born January 11, 1851 at Oxford and died at that place March 12, 1911. He was educated in the schools of Calhoun County and studied medicine.
From 1886 to 1890 he served as physician to the Ute Indians, having been appointed to that work by President Cleveland; and was a member of the Chippewa Indian Commission 1893-1896.
He married December 14, 1881 to Mollie T. Williams and they had one son and three daughters.
Benjamin Dudley Williams was affiliated in Oxford, with Hartwell Lodge #101 June 28, 1882 and was Secretary of that Lodge in 1882.
He died March 12th, 1911 at the age of 57.