William Clark

William Clark

William Clark may refer to:



  • William Clark (explorer) (1770–1838), American soldier and explorer; governor of Missouri Territory
  • William Clark (congressman) (1774–1851), American politician, US Congressman from Pennsylvania, and Treasurer of the United States
  • William Clark, Jr. (1798–1871), American politician and signatory to the Texas Declaration of Independence
  • William Clark, Jr. (1828–1884), American politician, and Texas state legislator, see William Clark, Jr. (1798–1871)
  • William Clark, Jr. (diplomat) (1930–2008), former United States Ambassador to India
  • William Clark, Baron Clark of Kempston (1917–2004), British politician
  • William A. Clark (1839–1925), copper baron and United States Senator from Montana
  • William George Clark (politician) (1865–1948), Canadian politician
  • William Mortimer Clark (1836–1915), Canadian politician
  • William P. Clark, Jr. (born 1931), American politician, and United States Secretary of the Interior
  • William Ramsey Clark (born 1927), America politician, United States Attorney General
  • William Thomas Clark (1831–1905), American soldier and Congressman from Texas (1869–1872)
  • William Harold Clark (1869–1913), politician in Alberta, Canada
  • William White Clark (1819–1883), Confederate politician
  • William Moore Wallis Clark, Ulster Unionist member of the Senate of Northern Ireland
  • William Keir Clark (1910–2010), Canadian merchant and political figure in Prince Edward Island


  • William Clark (archer) (?–1913), American Olympic archer
  • William Clark (boxer) (1899–1988), American boxer who competed in the 1920 Summer Olympics
  • William Clark (footballer), Scottish football manager
  • William Dennison Clark (1885–1932), American football player
  • William Nuschler Clark (born 1964), American professional baseball player
  • William Clark (skier) (1910–1975), Canadian skier and Olympic competitor
  • William Clark (swimmer), Fijian swimmer
  • Bill Clark (rugby player) (died 2010), New Zealand rugby player
  • Billy Clark (footballer born 1967), English footballer
  • Billy Clark (footballer born 1881) (1881–1937), Scottish footballer
  • Billy Clark (footballer born 1991), footballer who last played for Ipswich Town


  • William A. V. Clark, New Zealand-born American geographer, member of the American National Academy of Sciences
  • William Bell Clark (1889–1968), American advertising executive and naval historian
  • William Bullock Clark (1860–1917), American geologist
  • William C. Clark (born 1948), American ecologist and environmental policy analyst, member of the American National Academy of Sciences
  • William D. Clark (1916–1985), economist and first director of the Overseas Development Institute
  • William George Clark (1821–1878), British scholar of Shakespearean literature
  • William Robinson Clark (1829–1912), Canadian theologian
  • William S. Clark (1826–1886), American scholar and Massachusetts educator


  • William Clark (merchant) (1670–1742), merchant and town official in Boston, Massachusetts
  • William Clark (explorer) (1770–1838), American explorer of "Lewis and Clark" fame
  • William Clark (judge) (1891–1957), American federal judge
  • William A. Clark (soldier), American Civil War soldier and Medal of Honor recipient
  • William Andrews Clark, Jr. (1877–1934), American violinist, and founder of the Los Angeles Philharmonic; son of William Andrews Clark, Sr.
  • William Henry Clark (1876–1952), British civil servant and diplomat
  • William Leon Clark (1911–2005), Deputy Chief of Chaplains of the U.S. Air Force
  • William Clark (inventor) (1821–1880), British civil engineer and inventor
  • William Tierney Clark (1783–1852), English engineer and bridge designer
  • William Clark (priest) (died 1603), English Roman Catholic priest and conspirator
  • William Clark (bishop) (died 1925), Canadian Anglican bishop
  • William Morgan Clark, fictional dictator from Babylon 5

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  • William Clark — (* 1. August 1770 im Caroline County, Virginia; † 1. September 1838 in St. Louis) war ein Entdecker, der Meriwether Lewis auf der Lewis und Clark Expedition begleitete. Er war der jüngere Bruder eines Teilnehmers des amerikanischen… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • William Clark, Jr. — William Clark, Jr. may refer to:* William Clark, Jr. (1798–1871), America politician and signatory of the Texas Declaration of Independence * William Clark, Jr. (1828–1884), American politician, and Texas state legislator * William Andrews Clark …   Wikipedia

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  • William Clark Russell — (February 24, 1844 – November 8, 1911) was a popular American writer of nautical novels and horror stories. William Clark Russell from Who When What Book, 1900 Born in New York City, he gained his experience of sea life during eight years service …   Wikipedia

  • William Clark (judge) — William Clark (February 1, 1891 ndash; October 10, 1957) was a U.S. federal judge.Clark was born on February 1, 1891 in Newark, New Jersey. His father, John William Clark, was president of the Clark Thread Company of Newark.Schleicher, William A …   Wikipedia

  • William Clark Gable — Clark Gable, eigentlich William Clark Gable (* 1. Februar 1901 in Cadiz, Ohio; † 16. November 1960 in Los Angeles, Kalifornien), war ein US amerikanischer Schauspieler. Das American Film Institute wählte ihn in der Liste der 25 größten männlichen …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • William Clark Quantrill — (* 31. Juli 1837 in Canal Dover, Ohio; † 6. Juni 1865 in Louisville, Kentucky) war ein berüchtigter Partisanenführer im amerikanischen Sezessionskrieg …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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