The Cyclopedia of New Zealand [Auckland Provincial District]
The Rev. Henry Williams
The Rev. Henry Williams, Minister of the Primitive Methodist Connexion, was born in North Wales, England, in 1858, and educated at his native place. For many years he occupied the position of a school teacher in England, but ultimately he entered the service of the ministry. Mr. Williams arrived in Wellington, New Zealand, in 1890, and was then appointed to the Sydney Street Church, where he ministered for two years. He was next appointed to the Bluff, and later on to Geraldine, and in 1900 was transferred to Auckland. Mr. Williams married a daughter of Mr. William Evans, of Winton, near Invercargill, and has one son.