William Murdoch (disambiguation)

William Murdoch is the name of several notable men:

*William Murdoch (1754–1839), Scottish engineer and inventor (sometimes spelled "Murdock")
*William Murdoch (merchant) (1800–1866) Canadian merchant, banker and philanthropist
*William Murdoch (poet) (1823–1887), Canadian poet
*Billy Murdoch (1854–1911), Australian cricket's greatest batsman of the 19th century
*William McMaster Murdoch (1873–1912), RMS "Titanic"'s First Officer
*William David Murdoch (1888–1942), Australian concert pianist
*William Murdoch (politician), Speaker of the Ontario Legislature, 1960–1963

ee also

*William Murdock (c. 1710–1769), Maryland colonial rights proponent

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