Captain David Williams commanded the barque, Earl Cadogan, from 1896 to 1899. Amongst many destinations were Ascension, St. Helena, Natal, Algoa Bay, the east coast and Gulf ports of the U.S.A., Burma, Mauritius and the Red Sea. From 1902 until 1909, he commanded the barque Glenholm, voyaging to Brazil, River Plate, Australia, New Zealand, Ascension, Natal, South Pacific and the west coast of America. The other two sons of Lewis and Anne, namely Thomas and Richard, were also mariners. Myra Ford insists that Thomas Williams, whom I have profiled seperately, was the fifth Master Mariner brother in this family. Richard is also proving difficult to pinpoint; either he died overseas or is buried locally.