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William Brown (or Browne) may refer to the following (some of whom were also called 'Bill'):

The variant Bill Brown may refer to the following (some of whom were born 'William'): This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality. ... Admiral William Brown, also known as Guillermo Brown, was born in Foxford, County Mayo, Ireland, on June 22, 1777, and died in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1857. ... William Brown (birth name unknown) was a Black Scottish woman who joined the Royal Navy disguised as a man. ... William Brown was a politician in Manitoba, Canada. ... William Brown (September 16, 1928 - March 16, 2005) was an engineer and bridge designer who specialised in suspension bridges. ... Brown, William Wells, 1815-1884 abolitionist lecturer, novelist, playwright, and historian. ... William Browne (1590?‑1645?) was an English poet, born at Tavistock, educated at Oxford, after which he entered the Inner Temple. ... William Phineas Browne (July 9, 1804 – January 13, 1869), a lawyer by profession, was a leading pioneer in the coal mining business in Alabama, credited with operating that state’s first systematic underground coal mines prior to, and during, the American Civil War. ... Major William D. Browne is a former U.S. Army officer. ... William Brown was a Scottish clergyman; born 1766; died 1835; for forty-three years minister of Eskdalemuir, Scotland. ... Just William is the first book of childrens short stories about William Brown written by Richmal Crompton, published in 1922. ...

William Alfred Brown (Born July 31, 1912 in Toowoomba, Queensland) is an Australian Test cricketer who also played for New South Wales and Queensland He was a member of Don Bradmans 1948 Invincibles team and is Australias oldest living Test cricketer. ... Bill Brown (born William Dallas Fyfe Brown in Arbroath, Scotland, 8 October 1931; died in Simcoe, Ontario, Canada, 1 December 2004) was the goalkeeper with Tottenham Hotspur when they won the double of League championship and FA Cup in 1961 - the first club in the 20th century to do so. ... Bill Brown was a running back in the NFL. He played for the Chicago Bears and Minnesota Vikings. ... Bill Brown is a professor of English at the University of Chicago. ... Bill Brown. ... Councillor in Dryden, Ontario Canada. ...

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Col. William Browne of Surry County, Virginai (1455 words)
WILLIAM BROWNE COL married MARY BROWNE, daughter of HENRY BROWNE COL and ANN FREEMAN, at Surry, Virginia.
B. HENRY BROWNE was born in 1673 at Surry, Virginia.
Index to Titles. Bartleby.com (1154 words)
Anthology of Massachusetts Poets, by William Stanley Braithwaite, ed.
A Blot in the ’Scutcheon, by Robert Browning.
The Wind Among the Reeds, by William Butler Yeats.
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