William Fowler (disambiguation)

William Fowler (disambiguation)

William Fowler may refer to:

*William Fowler ("c." 1560–1612), Scottish writer
*William Weekes Fowler (1849-1923), English entomologist
*William Fowler (Mormon) (1830–1865), Latter-day Saint hymnwriter
*William Alfred Fowler (1911–1995), American astrophysicist
*William M. Fowler (b. 1944), American naval historian
*William Fowler (politician), English MP and barrister
*Will Fowler, U.S. artist
*Bill Fowler, English cricketer
*Wyche Fowler, William Wyche Fowler, Jr.

ee also

*William Fowler Mountford Copeland II, horticulturalist

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