In 1728, he was appointed constable in the third ward.
Following his father and his father-in-law, he probably kept a tavern. The city fathers spent three pounds at his house on the King's birthday as late as 1754! His establishment was included on the inventory of Albany houses made in 1756.
Edward Williams died in September 1759 and was buried from the Albany Dutch church.
first posted: private 7/5/03