William Fraser

William Fraser

William Fraser may refer to:

*William Fraser (bishop), Bishop of St Andrews, Guardian of Scotland during the First Interregnum 1290-1292, during the Wars of Scottish Independence
*William Fraser (historian) (1816-1898), Professor of Scottish History
*William Fraser (brewer), Scottish brewer
*William Fraser (Canadian bishop) (1778–1851), Canadian Roman Catholic bishop.
*William Fraser (British politician), 18th-century British politician
*Sir William Fraser, 4th Baronet, 19th century English politician
*William Fraser (Canadian politician), member of the Legislative Assembly of Northwest Territories, 1872-1875
*William Alexander Fraser , 20th-century Canadian politician
*William Fraser (New Zealand), 20th-century New Zealand politician
*William Fraser, 1st Baron Strathalmond, Scottish businessman and chairman of the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company
*William Jocelyn Ian Fraser, known as Ian Fraser, Baron Fraser of Lonsdale, British politician and chairman of St Dunstan's
*Willie Fraser, former professional baseball player
*Willie Fraser (footballer), Australian footballer who played for A.F.C. Sunderland in the 1950s

ee also

*Bill Fraser (disambiguation)
*William Frazer (disambiguation)

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  • William Fraser — ist der Name folgender Personen: William Fraser (schottischer Bischof) († 1297), schottischer Bischof und Guardian of Scotland William Fraser (kanadischer Bischof) (1778/79–1851), britisch kanadischer katholischer Bischof William Augustus Fraser… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • William Fraser Tolmie — (aka Dr. Tolmie ) (February 3, 1812 ndash; December 8, 1886) was a Canadian surgeon, fur trader, scientist, and politician.He was born in Inverness, Scotland in 1812 and by 1833 moved to the Pacific Northwest in the service of the Hudson s Bay… …   Wikipedia

  • William Fraser, 1st Baron Strathalmond — (3 November, 1888 1 April, 1970), was a Scottish businessman and a leading expert on the oil industry. He served as chairman of the Anglo Persian Oil Company (known as BP from 1954) from 1941 to 1956.Fraser was the second son of William Fraser,… …   Wikipedia

  • William Fraser (Canadian politician) — William Fraser (born: June 17, 1932 Red River Settlement, Ruperts Land died: September 9, 1909 Fraser’s Grove, Manitoba, Canada) was a farmer, burecrat and politician from Manitoba, Canada.Fraser began his political experience as a Member of the… …   Wikipedia

  • William Fraser McDowell — (February 4, 1858 ndash;April 26, 1937) was an American Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church, elected in 1904. He was born in Millersburg, Ohio, U.S.EducationWilliam earned the A.B. degree in 1879 from Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, Ohio …   Wikipedia

  • William Fraser (bishop) — William Fraser († 1297) was a late 13th century Bishop of St Andrews and Guardian of the Kingdom of Scotland. Before election to the bishopric, he had been and Royal Chancellor of King Alexander III of Scotland and dean of Glasgow. He was elected …   Wikipedia

  • William Fraser (Canadian bishop) — William Fraser (1778 or 1779 ndash; 4 October 1851) was a Canadian Roman Catholic priest and the first Bishop of Halifax, Nova Scotia from 1842 to July 20,1845. He was Bishop of Arichat from September 22, 1844 (later the name changed to Diocese… …   Wikipedia

  • William Fraser McDonell — VC (17 December 1829 31 July 1894) was an English recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces. He is one of only five… …   Wikipedia

  • William Fraser (historian) — Sir William Fraser, KCB, (February 18, 1816 March 13, 1898) was a solicitor and notable expert in ancient Scottish history, palaeography, and genealogy.Fraser s family came of the stock of farmers and craftsmen in The Mearns. He was born the… …   Wikipedia

  • William Fraser (schottischer Bischof) — Das Siegel von Bischof William Fraser. William Fraser († 20. August 1297) war im späten 13. Jahrhundert Bischof von St Andrews und Guardian of Scotland. Zuvor war er Dekan von Glasgow und später Lordkanzler Schottlands unter Alexander III …   Deutsch Wikipedia