William Wood

William Wood

William Wood may refer to:

* William Wood, 1st Baron Hatherley (1801–1881), British statesman
* William Wood (botanist), English Unitarian clergman, botanist and activist
* William Wood (Mintmaster), best known for an issue of Irish coins and the 'Rosa Americana' British America coins
* William Wood (New Zealand) (1827–1884), New Zealand politician from Invercargill & Mataura
* William Wood (rower), Canadian rower and Olympic silver medalist
* William Wood (Texas politician), member of the Twentieth Texas Legislature
* William Wood (U.S. Army officer)
* William Wood (historian), Canadian historian
* William Braucher Wood (born 1950), US diplomat
* William Bruce Wood, Canadian manufacturer and political figure
* William H. Wood, college football coach
* William Henry Wood, British trade unionist
* William Madison Wood, mill owner from Massachusetts
* William Maxwell Wood (1809–1880), former officer and surgeon in the United States Navy
* William P. Wood (1820–1903), first Director of the United States Secret Service
* William R. Wood (Indiana), U.S. Representative from Indiana
* William Ransom Wood (19072001), president of the University of Alaska, 1960–1973
* William Robertson Wood, Presbyterian minister and politician in Manitoba, Canada
* William W. Wood, former head of the Bureau of Steam Engineering, 1873–1877
* USS William M. Wood (DD-715), United States Navy destroyer

ee also

* Bill Wood (born 1921), former Australian Rules footballer
* Willie Wood (disambiguation page)
* William Woods (disambiguation)

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  • William Wood — (29 de mayo 1745 – 1 de abril 1808) fue un religioso unitario y botánico inglés, que se involucró en actividades antidiscriminatorias para políticas y educación de los disidentes anticonformistas bajo las leyes penales del Test Act . Contenido 1… …   Wikipedia Español

  • William Wood — ist der Name folgender Personen: William Wood (Leichtathlet) (1881–1940), kanadischer Marathonläufer William Wood (Ringer) (* 1888), britischer Ringer William Wood (Ruderer) (1899–1960), kanadischer Ruderer William Wood (Drehbuchautor), US… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • William Wood (Mintmaster) — William Wood was a hardware manufacturer who was given a contract as a mintmaster to strike an issue of Irish coinage from 1722 to 1724. He was also famous for the Rosa Americana coins of British America, which was also struck in the same period …   Wikipedia

  • William Wood (botanist) — William Wood (29 May 1745 – 1 April 1808) was an English Unitarian minister and botanist who was involved in efforts to remedy the political and educational disabilities of Nonconformists under the Test Acts.LifeWood was born in Collingtree, near …   Wikipedia

  • William Wood (New Zealand) — William Wood (1827 1884) was a 19th century New Zealand politician. He represented the Invercargill electorate in Parliament from 1866 to 1870, when he retired, and then the Mataura electorate from 1876 to 1878, when he resigned. References New… …   Wikipedia

  • William Wood (rower) — William Wood (born January 6, 1899, date of death unknown) was a Canadian rower who competed in the 1924 Summer Olympics.In 1924 he won the silver medal as crew member of the Canadian boat in the coxless fours event.External links*… …   Wikipedia

  • William Wood (U.S. Army officer) — Infobox Military Person placeofburial= name=Col. William Wood United States Army born=birth date|1961|10|12 died= death date and age|2005|10|27|1961|10|12 placeofbirth=Lubbock, Texas placeofdeath= Killed in action, Iraq placeofburial=… …   Wikipedia

  • William Wood, 1st Baron Hatherley — William Page Wood, 1st Baron Hatherley (29 November 1801 ndash; 10 July 1881) was a British statesman who served as a Liberal Lord Chancellor in Gladstone s first ministry. Wood was born in London, the second son of Sir Matthew Wood, 1st Baronet …   Wikipedia

  • John William Wood Sr. — John William Wood, Sr. born December 28, 1855, died October 31, 1928.John William Wood, Sr., one of the founders of Benson, North Carolina rode to Benson early each morning on a mule and wagon from his home place near Meadows, North CarolinaHe… …   Wikipedia

  • George William Wood — (1781 October 1843) cite web | author=Rayment, L. | title=The House of Commons Constituencies beginning with L | url=http://www.leighrayment.com/commons/kcommons1.htm | work=Leigh Rayment s Peerage Page | year=2006 | accessdate=2007 08 16 }] cite …   Wikipedia

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