Williams County

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Williams County is named for David Williams, who was the captor of spy John Andre during the America Revolutionary War.

 

Created:  April 1, 1820

County Seat:

Bryan  1820 – present

 

County Courthouse – Bryan 

 

Location:  1 Courthouse Square / High Street

Built:  1889 – 1890

Style:  French Baroque and Romanesque

Architect:  Edward O Fallis & Company of Toledo

Contractor:  Malone Brothers & Earhart of Toledo

 

Description:  The building faces south and is a three story red colored brick and Bera and Amherst limestone structure. The south front has a stone framed entrance on the first story with small round towers on either side with red colored domes. The third story has a columned front with steep green roof. Round towers are at each corner of the building. On the center of the roof is a large square red brick tower with clock and sloped roof.

 

See: The architect, Edward Oscar Fallis & Company of Toledo, also designed the courthouses in Paulding County; and in Kansas in Montgomery County; and in Michigan in Lenawee County and Monroe County.

 

Courthouses: 

N – Hillsdale County, Michigan

E – Fulton County and Henry County

S – Defiance County

W – DeKalb County, Indiana and Steuben County, Indiana

 

 

 

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Photos taken 2010