In Loving Memory of


Winston Samuel Williams

Winston Samuel Williams, the youngest son of James and Ethel Williams, passed away on 10 February 2021.  He was proceeded by 4 children, his second wife, Cynthia, and leaves behind 9 children,  a wife from his first marriage and survived by his brother Arnold (Phonso).  He blessed us with 19 grandchildren,  10 great grandchildren and 5 great great grandchildren, an achievement in itself. 

Although he has been residing in the UK since January 1962, he had not forgotten his roots.  He attended St Ann’s Baptist Church, St Ann’s Bay in Jamaica as a young man where his father, James was an active deacon.  He supported them over years materially. 

Dad was meticulous and worked incessantly to achieve 100% at wherever he lay his hands on.  He was always there to  support and fight your battle, injustice and to put the world to right.

He will be surely missed by all who ‘understood’ him.

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Robinson Family

The Robinson family, originally from St Anne,  Jamaica, knew Mr Williams and his family as neighbours in Tooting Bec. Mr Williams was a quiet and helpful neighbour. Our condolences go to the whole family.    …

Natalie Falconer

Our hearts still ache with sadness and many tears still flow. What it meant to lose you no one will ever know. We hold you close within our hearts and there you will remain. Sister in law ( Natalie) …

Shelly Northover

Our sincerest condolences to the family of the late Winston Williams from the family of his deseased wife’s family in Jamaica. Mr. Williams was an outstanding individual a very classy man. He stood up for what he knew was right. No one could push him around. We could lean on him for  legal, emotional and physical support. He was of a kind nature and has touched many lives.  His mother in law Clarissa could not believe the sad news of his death. They had a bond and only death could separate them. He is greatly missed by her.  I am very happy to have met him, he has taught me so many things about life. He said ” Never depend on a man be independent and no boy will push you around”  He has been a role model all men should emulate him and this world would be a better place. He believes in family and a family man was he. Upon visiting London and spending a few days with him I learnt of his name CHURCHILL a name he accepted gladly and oh he was more than a governor. It was his way or no way. A man …

Medoina Mullings

Mr Williams has been a source of support to me for over 15 years. He encouraged me and offered me a place to sleep so I could save money to buy my home. Sadly he never got a chance to see it. He is greatly missed from our lives and this world. Rest on Mr …