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The statue itself is moderately interesting and can stimulate a little interest in the history of Williamson County, Texas. The placement of the statue is sort of odd, it is on the sidewalk just off the curb, so you can walk right up to the...More
This is kind of a weird statue, but on the town square in Georgetown, TX is where you will find him watching over the town.
The three-legged individual depicted by this statue is Robert Williamson. In 1819 the arthritis was so bad in his right...More
This is a statue of a three-legged former resident of Georgetown; although I'm still not sure who this Willie actually was, it seems like great fun that the city of Georgetown decided to recognize his abnormality in a statue! He must have been a character.
We visited (and shopped) the downtown area a few wks. ago and really enjoyed it.
Our 8 yr. old grand daughter wanted her pic made with ol' Willie.
Later on, we read about him on the net....interesting character.
It was fun, and we all still...More
Willie's bronze likeness is found on Georgetown's downtown square. If you wander into the nearby Museum you will get the full story of quirky historic figure. A quirky guy on Georgetown's square. What surprise in this beautiful sleepy city.