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Williams, Sir Michael (Sanigear)locked

KCMG 1968 (CMG 1954)

Born 17 Aug. 1911; s of late Rev. F. F. S. Williams; m 1942, Joy Katharine Holdsworth Hunt (d 1964); two d; m 1965, Mary Grace Lindon (née Harding); died 25 Feb. 1984

HM Diplomatic Service, retired 1970

Education

Rugby; Trinity Coll., Cambridge

Career

Entered Foreign Office, 1935; served at HM Embassy in Spain, 1938–39; Foreign Office, 1939–47; HM Embassy, Rome, 1947–50; HM Embassy, Rio de Janeiro, 1950–52; Foreign Office, 1952–56; Minister at Bonn, 1956–60; Minister to Guatemala, 1960–62; Ambassador to Guatemala, 1962–63; Assistant Under-Secretary of State, Foreign Office, 1963–65; Minister to the Holy See, 1965–70

Recreations

Golf, gardening, motoring

Address

Wentways, Waldron, Heathfield, East Sussex