William Smith

All people who go by Bill, Billy, Willie, William, Will Smith, or any other variation are listed on this page. For the college in Geneva, New York, William Smith College.

People

* Bill Smith (Edmonton mayor) (born 1935)
* Bill Smith (Red Green Show character)
* Bill Smith (Motorola engineer) (born 1929), one of the creators of Six Sigma
* William Alexander Smith (Boys' Brigade)
* William O. Smith, a.k.a. Bill Smith (Jazz musician), folk jazz clarinetist and Professor of Music at the University of Washington since 1966
* Will Smith (born 1968), American film & television actor and rap musician (first name is Willard, not William)
* Will Smith (Home and Away), character in the Australian soap opera "Home and Away" played by Zac Drayson
* Will Smith (comedian), Jersey comedian
* Willi Smith, American fashion designer
* William Smith (c. 1872–1941), Master of the SS Sauternes, English merchant seaman killed in World War II
* William Smith (actor) (born 1934)
* William Smith (Anglican priest) (1728–1803), First Provost of the University of Pennsylvania
* William Smith (chief justice) (1728–1793), historian, Chief Justice of the Province of New York, and Chief Justice of the Province of Quebec and later Lower Canada
* William Smith (composer) (1603–1645), English composer from the city of Durham
* William Smith (geologist) (1769–1839)
* William Smith (judge), father of John Smith, Doctor Thomas Smith, Joshua Hett Smith, and Chief Justice William Smith
* William Smith (lexicographer) (1813–1893)
* William Smith (mariner) (c. 1775–?), British mariner and discoverer of the South Shetland Islands
* William Smith (Latter Day Saints) (1811–1893), younger brother of the founder of Mormonism, Joseph Smith, Jr., and a leader in the Latter Day Saint movement
* William Smith (murderer), executed by the State of Ohio in 2004
* William Smith (poet) (15??–16??), English poet
* William Smith (scholar) (1711–1787), classical scholar and Dean of Chester
* William Smith (shearer) (1896–1947), perhaps the most skilled sheep-shearer in the first half of the 20th century
* William Smith (South African), South Africa's best-known and most popular television science and mathematics teacher
* Sir William Alexander Smith (Boys' Brigade) (1854–1914), founder of the Boys' Brigade
* William Angie Smith (1894–1974), Bishop of The Methodist Church and the United Methodist Church
* William Cusac Smith, Baronet (1766–1836), baronet
* William 'Gentleman' Smith (1730–1819), actor
* William Hart-Smith (1911–1990), New Zealand/Australian poet
* William Henry Smith (businessman) (1792–1865), entrepreneur whose business was about both newsagents and book shops
* William Jay Smith (born 1918), American poet
* William Kennedy Smith (born 1960), physician and Kennedy family scion who was acquitted of rape in 1991
* William L. Smith (1758–1812), American lawyer and the U.S. Minister (ambassador) to Portugal
* William Newton-Smith (born 1943), Anglo-Canadian philosopher of science
* William Ramsay Smith (1859–1937), Australian anthropologist
* Sir William Reardon Smith (1856–1935), British shipowner
* William Robertson Smith (1846–1894), philologist, physicist, archaeologist, and Biblical critic
* William Saumarez Smith (1836–1909), 4th Anglican Bishop of Sydney (1890–1897) and 1st Archbishop of Sydney (1897–1909)
* William Twigg-Smith, New Zealand artist
* William Wensley Smith (1887–1955), founder of W.W. Smith Insurance Ltd
* William "Will" Smith, starring character of the TV series "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air"
* Willie Smith (alto saxophonist), jazz alto saxophonist
* Willie "Big Eyes" Smith (born 1936), blues drummer and singer
* Willie "The Lion" Smith (1897–1973), jazz pianist

Military people

* William Smith (Medal of Honor) (1838–?), American Civil War sailor and Medal of Honor recipient
* William Smith (Medal of Honor, 1869), American Indian Wars soldier and Medal of Honor recipient
* William Danvers Smith, 2nd Viscount Hambleden (1868–1928), known as Frederick Smith, officer in the British Army
* William “Extra Billy” Smith (1797–1887), Governor of Virginia (1846–1849, 1864–1865) and Confederate general
* William Farrar Smith, Union Army general
* William H. Smith (Medal of Honor), American Indian Wars soldier and Medal of Honor recipient
* William Osborne Smith (1833–1887), first Acting Commissioner of the North West Mounted Police
* William S. Smith (1755–1816) Revolutionary War Colonel of the Continental Army, leader of a filibuster expedition to Venezuela, first United States Marshall of New York, and United States Congressman.
* Sir William Sidney Smith (1764–1840), usually known as Sidney Smith, British admiral
* William F. Smith, piloted the US Army Air Corps B-25 Billy Mitchell Bomber that crashed into the Empire State Building
* William D. Smith, United States Navy admiral
* William W. Smith, United States Navy admiral during World War II
* William Y. Smith, United States Air Force general

Politicians

* Amor De Cosmos (1825–1897), born William Alexander Smith, Premier of British Columbia
* William Smith (abolitionist) (1756–1835), dissenter and British M.P. whose constituencies included Camelford, Sudbury, and Norwich
* William Forgan Smith (1887–1953), Premier of the Australian state of Queensland, 1932–1942
* William Laird Smith, Australian representative for Denison, 1910–1922 and Minister for the Navy, 1920–1921
* William Smith (Canadian politician) (1847–1931), Canadian politician
* William Mein Smith (1799–1869), key actor in the early settlement of New Zealand's capital city, Wellington.

American politicians

* William Smith (1797), U.S. representative from Virginia (1840–1860)
* William Smith (congressman), U.S.A. representative from Virginia (1821–1827)
* William Smith (Maryland) (1728–1814), U.S.A. representative from Maryland (1789–1791)
* William Smith (South Carolina representative) (1751–1837), U.S.A. representative from South Carolina (1797–1798)
* William Smith (South Carolina senator) (1762–1840), U.S.A. senator from South Carolina (1815–1830)
* William Alden Smith (1859–1932), U.S.A. representative (1895–1906) and senator (1905–1918) from Michigan
* William Alexander Smith (1828–1888), U.S.A. representative from North Carolina (1873–1874)
* William E. Smith (1824–1883), Governor of Wisconsin (1878–1882)
* William "Extra Billy" Smith (1797–1887), Governor of Virginia (1846–1849, 1864–1865) and Confederate general
* William Ephraim Smith (1829–1890), Confederate (1863–1865) and United States (1875–1881) representative from Georgia
* William French Smith (1917–1990), U.S.A. Attorney General (1981–1985)
* William Hugh Smith (1826–1899), Governor of Alabama (1868–1870)
* William Jay Smith (Tennessee politician) (1823–1913), U.S representative from Tennessee
* William Loughton Smith (1758–1812), U.S.A. representative from South Carolina (1789–1798)
* William Nathan Harrell Smith (1812–1889), U.S.A. representative from North Carolina (1859–1860)
* William Orlando Smith (1859–1932), U.S.A. representative from Pennsylvania (1903–1906)
* William Robert Smith (1863–1924), U.S.A. representative from Texas (1903–1916)
* William Russell Smith (1815–1896), U.S.A. representative from Alabama (1851–1856)
* William Stephens Smith (1755–1816), U.S.A. representative from New York (1813–1816) and son-in-law of President John Adams

ports People

*Bill Smith (American football), (1912–?); American football wide receiver
*Bill Smith (footballer born 1897) (1897–?), English former footballer
*Bill Smith (footballer born 1906) (1906–1979), English former footballer
*Bill Smith (footballer born 1907) (1907–?), Scottish former footballer
*Bill Smith (footballer born 1926), English former footballer
*Bill Smith (poker player)
*Bill Smith (baseball manager), National Association player-manager for the Baltimore Marylands
*Bill Smith (baseball), Minnesota Twins general manager
*Bill Smith (right-handed pitcher) (1861–1928), American right-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball, 1886
*Bill Smith (left-handed pitcher) (1933–1997), American left-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball, 1958–59; 1962
*Bill Smith (outfielder) (1860-1886), American outfielder in Major League Baseball, 1884
*Billy Smith (second baseman), American infielder in Major League Baseball, 1975-79; 1981
*Billy Smith (pitcher), American pitcher in Major League Baseball, 1981
*Billie Smith (footballer) (1914–?), Scottish former footballer
*Billy Smith (footballer born 1872) (1872–?), English former footballer
*Billy Smith (footballer born 1882) (1882–?), English former footballer
*Billy Smith (footballer born 1886) (1886–?), English former footballer
*Billy Smith (footballer born 1895) (1895–1951), English former footballer
*Billy Smith (footballer born 1900) (1900–?), English former footballer
*Billy Smith (footballer born 1906) (1906–1983), English former footballer
*Mysterious Billy Smith, Canadian boxer
*Billy Smith (ice hockey), Canadian ice hockey goalkeeper
*Billy Smith (rugby league), Australian rugby league player
*Buxton Smith, born William Smith, English former footballer
*Stockport Smith, born William Smith, English former footballer
*Tich Smith (1868–1907), born William Smith, English former footballer
*Wee Willie Smith, US basketball player
*Will Smith (football player) (born 1981),American football player
*Will Smith (cricketer), English cricketer
*William Smith (boxer) (born 1920)
*William Smith (swimmer), two-time gold medalist in the 1948 Olympic games
*William Smith (field hockey player) (1886–1937), British field hockey player who competed in the 1920 Summer Olympics
*William Smith (Yorkshire cricketer), first class cricketer who played 11 matches for Yorkshire County Cricket Club, 1865–1897
*William Smith (Scottish cricketer)
*William H. Smith (boxer), South African boxer of the 1920s
*Willie Smith (basketball)
*Willie Smith (footballer), English former footballer
*Willie Smith (golfer)
*Willie Smith (pitcher), American pitcher in Major League Baseball, 1994
*Willie Smith (outfielder) (1939-2006), American outfielder in Major League Baseball, 1963-1971
*Willie Smith (snooker player)

ee also

*William Smyth (disambiguation)


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