William Graham

William Graham

William Graham may refer to:

In "'politics and government:
* Sir William de Graham, 12th century Scottish knight
* William Graham, 2nd Duke of Montrose (1712–1790), Scottish nobleman
* William Graham, 7th Earl of Menteith (1591–1661), Scottish nobleman
* William Graham (colonel) (1742–1835), North Carolina militia and political leader
* William Graham (Indiana politician) (1782-1858), U.S. representative from Indiana
* William Graham (MP) (1817-1885), Scottish politician
* William Graham (Scottish politician) (1887-1932), British statesman
* William Graham (Welsh politician) (born 1949), assembly member from South Wales East
* William Alexander Graham (1804-1875), North Carolina governor and U.S. senator
* William A. Graham (agriculture commissioner) (1839-1923), North Carolina politician
* William Harrison Graham (1844-1923), U.S. representative from Pennsylvania
* William J. Graham (1872-1937), U.S. representative from Illinois
* William Robert Graham (born 1937), former NASA administrator

In "'entertainment:
* William A. Graham (director) (born 1933), film director
* William Graham (actor), known for his 1947 film "Just William's Luck"

In "'other fields:
* William Adolphus Graham, IV, or Bill Graham, CEO of the Graham Company
* William H. Graham (journalist) (died 1951), American war correspondent
* William Montrose Graham, Jr. (1834–1916), major general in the United States Army
* William Woodman Graham ("c." 1859-"fl." 1932), British mountaineer
* Franklin Graham, or William Franklin Graham III, evangelist and missionary

In "'fiction:
* Will Graham, fictional character in the novel "Red Dragon" by Thomas Harris

See also

* Bill Graham (disambiguation) for those known as Bill or Billy
* SS "William A. Graham", a World War II Liberty ship

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  • William Graham (MP) — William Graham (1817 16 July 1885) [Leigh Rayment [http://www.angeltowns.com/town/peerage/gcommons1.htm THE HOUSE OF COMMONS CONSTITUENCIES BEGINNING WITH G ] .] , Liberal MP for Glasgow, was a Scottish politician and Pre Raphaelite patron.He was …   Wikipedia

  • William Graham — ist der Name folgender Personen: William Graham (Indiana) († 1861), US amerikanischer Politiker William Graham (Philosoph) (1839–1911), britischer Jurist und Philosoph William Graham (Politiker) (* 1939), kanadischer Politiker (Liberale Partei)… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • William Graham — Bill Graham Pour les articles homonymes, voir Graham. L honorable William C. (Bill) Graham, C.P., C.R., B.A.(Hon.), LL.B., D.U. (né le 17 mars 1939 à Montréal, Québec) est un ancien ministre des Affaires étrangères et de la Défense du… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • William Graham — Billy Graham Billy Graham, 1966 …   Wikipedia Español

  • William Graham Sumner — (October 30, 1840 – April 12, 1910) was an American academic and professor at Yale College. For many years he had a reputation as one of the most influential teachers there. He was a polymath with numerous books and essays on American history,… …   Wikipedia

  • William Graham (Indiana) — William Graham (* 16. März 1782 auf hoher See; † 17. August 1858 bei Vallonia, Indiana) war ein US amerikanischer Politiker. Zwischen 1837 und 1839 vertrat er den Bundesstaat Indiana im US Repräsentantenhaus. Werdegang William Graham wurde… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • William Graham (field hockey player) — William Ernest Graham (born 1874, date of death unknown) was an Irish field hockey player who competed in the 1908 Summer Olympics.In 1908 he represented the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland as a member of the Irish national team. He… …   Wikipedia

  • William Graham Sumner — (* 30. Oktober 1840 in Paterson, New Jersey; † 12. April 1910 in New Haven, Connecticut) war Professor für Soziologie an der Yale University. Zugleich war er der führende US amerikanische Befürworter einer industriellen Freihandels Gesellschaft,… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • William Graham (Indiana politician) — William Graham (March 16, 1782 August 17, 1858) was a U.S. Representative from Indiana.Born at sea, Graham settled with his parents in Harrodsburg, Kentucky.He attended the public schools.He moved to Vallonia, Indiana, in 1811.He engaged in… …   Wikipedia

  • William Graham, 2nd Duke of Montrose — William Graham, 2nd Duke of Montrose, (27 August 1712–23 September 1790 ) was the son of James Graham, 1st Duke of Montrose and his wife, Christian Carnegie. He married Lucy Manners, daughter of John Manners, 2nd Duke of Rutland on 28 October… …   Wikipedia

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