William Strickland

William Strickland

William Strickland is the name of a number of historical figures, including:

* William Strickland (bishop) (died 1419), English clergyman
* William Strickland (navigator) (died 1598), credited with introducing the turkey to England, later a Member of Parliament
* Sir William Strickland, 1st Baronet (died 1673), Member of Parliament during the English Civil War
* Sir William Strickland, 3rd Baronet (1665–1724), MP for Yorkshire
* Sir William Strickland, 4th Baronet (c. 1686–1735), British statesman
* William Strickland (architect) (1788–1854), American architect from Pennsylvania
*William Strickland (conductor) (1914–1991), American conductor

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  • William Strickland — ist der Namen von: William Strickland (Bischof) († 1419), britischer Bischof William Strickland (Navigator) († 1598), englischer Seefahrer und Politiker William Strickland, 1st Baronet ( 1596–1673), englischer Politiker William Strickland, 3rd… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • William Strickland — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Strickland. William Strickland (1788 1854) était un architecte américain. Il fut l élève de Benjamin Latrobe et construisit en style néogrec. Galerie …   Wikipédia en Français

  • William Strickland (navigator) — William Strickland (died 8 December, 1598) was an English landowner who sailed on early voyages of exploration to the Americas and is credited with introducing the turkey into England. In later life he was a prominent Puritan Member of Parliament …   Wikipedia

  • William Strickland (architect) — William Strickland (Navesink, New Jersey, November 1788 Nashville, Tennessee, April 6 1854), was a noted architect in nineteenth century Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Nashville. He is noted as one of the founders of the Gothic revival movement… …   Wikipedia

  • William Strickland (conductor) — William Remsen Strickland (b. Defiance, Ohio, January 25, 1914; d. Westport, Connecticut, November 17, 1991) was an American conductor and organist.He served as guest conductor for the Cathedral Choral Society of Washington, D.C. during World War …   Wikipedia

  • William Strickland (bishop) — Infobox bishopbiog name =William Strickland religion =Catholic See =Diocese of Carlisle Title = Bishop of Carlisle Period = 1399 ndash;1419 Predecessor = Thomas Merke Successor =Roger Whelpdale ordination = bishops = post = date of birth = place… …   Wikipedia

  • William Strickland — noun United States architect and student of Latrobe (1787 1854) • Syn: ↑Strickland • Instance Hypernyms: ↑architect, ↑designer …   Useful english dictionary

  • Sir William Strickland, 3rd Baronet — Sir William Strickland (March 1665 ndash; 12 May 1724), 3rd Baronet of Boynton, Yorkshire, was an English landowner and racehorse owner who also served for many years as a Member of Parliament (MP).Strickland was educated at Exeter College,… …   Wikipedia

  • Sir William Strickland, 1st Baronet — (c. 1596 ndash; 12 July 1673) was an English Member of Parliament who supported the parliamentary cause during the English Civil War.Sir William Strickland was the eldest son of Walter Strickland of Boynton, in the East Riding of Yorkshire,… …   Wikipedia

  • Sir William Strickland, 4th Baronet — Sir William Strickland (c. 1686 ndash; 1 September 1735) was an English Member of Parliament (MP) and Government Minister in Sir Robert Walpole s administration.Strickland was the eldest son of Sir William Strickland of Boynton, a Yorkshire… …   Wikipedia

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