William Perkins

William Perkins

William Perkins or Bill Perkins may refer to:

*William Perkins (Puritan) (1558–1602), Puritan clergyman and Cambridge theologian
*William T. Perkins, Jr. (1947–1967), United States Marine and Medal of Honor recipient
*Sir William Perkins, English merchant and namesake of Sir William Perkins's School, Chertsey
*William Perkins (cricketer) (born 1986), West Indian cricketer
*Bill Perkins (saxophonist) (1924–2003), jazz musician of the West Coast "Cool" school
*Bill Perkins (footballer), formerly of Liverpool FC
*Bill Perkins (Australian rules footballer), ex-Richmond VFL footballer
*Bill Perkins (politician), member of the New York State Senate

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