Willard (name)


Willard (name)

The name Willard may refer to:

People

* Aaron Willard (born 1757), Boston industrialist
* Adam Willard, drummer
* Aimee Willard, murdered lacrosse player
* Alexander Hamilton Willard (1778 – 1865), member of the Lewis and Clark Expedition
* Archibald Willard (1836 – 1918), American painter
* Ashbel P. Willard (1820 – 1860), American politician, 11th Governor of Indiana
* Barbara Willard, British author
* Charles W. Willard (1827 – 1880), US Congressman from Vermont
* Dallas Willard, American philosophy professor and author
* Daniel Willard (1861 – 1942), American railroad executive
* Edward Smith Willard (1853 – 1915), English stage actor
* Emma Willard (1787 – 1870), American activist & educator
* Frances Willard (magician) (born 1940), noted female magician
* Frances Willard (suffragist) (1839 – 1898), American activist
* Fred Willard (born 1939), Emmy-nominated American actor
* George Willard (1824 – 1901), US Representative, Michigan's 3rd district
* Huntington Willard, professor at Duke University
* J. Michael Willard, public relations counselor and author
* Jess Willard, (1881 – 1968), American boxer
* John Willard (disambiguation), several people
* Joseph Willard, U.S. Congregational clergyman and academic
* Ken Willard, former American football player
* Ralph Willard, American college head coach of men's basketball
* Admiral Robert F. Willard, United States navy
* Rod Willard, National Hockey League one gamer
* Samuel Willard, colonial clergyman
* Simon Willard, American clockmaker
* Solomon Willard, American carver and builder

Given name

* Willard Harrison Bennett, American physicist
* Willard Boyle, Canadian physicist
* Willard Brown (baseball outfielder), American baseball player
* Willard H. Brownson, U.S. Navy officer
* Willard C. Butcher, vice President of the Chase Manhattan Bank
* Willard S. Curtin, member of the U.S. House of Representatives
* Willard Dewveall, American football player
* Willard Dyson, drummer
* Willard R. Espy, American editor, philologist, writer, and poet
* Willard Estey, former justice of the Supreme Court of Canada
* Willard Hall, American lawyer and politician
* Willard Preble Hall, former Governor of Missouri
* Willard Hershberger, American baseball player
* Willard Ikola, American ice hockey player
* Willard Keith, American World War II veteran
* Willard Kennedy (Bill Kennedy (actor)), American actor and voice artist
* Willard Libby (1908 – 1980), an American chemist
* Willard Maas, American experimental filmmaker and poet
* Willard Kitchener MacDonald, "the Hermit of Gully Lake"
* Willard Mack, Canadian-born actor, director, and playwright
* Willard Manus, American novelist, playwright, and journalist
* J. Willard Marriott, American entrepreneur and businessman
* Willard Marshall, baseball player
* W. Eugene McCombs, American politician
* Willard Metcalf, American artist
* Willard Mullin, American sports cartoonist
* Willard H. Murray, Jr., California State Assemblyman
* Willard Park, anthropologist
* Willard Phelps, former Yukon politician
* Willard Price, American natural historian and author
* Willard Van Orman Quine, American philosopher and logician
* Willard Richards, leader in the Latter Day Saint movement
* Willard Rockwell, businessman
* Willard Saulsbury, Jr., U. S. Senator from Delaware in the 1910s
* Willard Saulsbury, Sr., U. S. Senator from Delaware in the 1860s
* Willard Scott (born 1934), American journalist
* Willard Christopher Smith, Jr (Will Smith), American performer
* Willard J. Smith, former Commandant of the United States Coast Guard
* Willard Straight, American investment banker and diplomat
* Willard Thorp, economist, academic, and presidential advisor
* Willard Van Dyke, American filmmaker and photographer
* Willard Warner, brigadier general in the Union Army during the American Civil War
* W. Garfield Weston, Canadian businessman
* Willard Wheatley, former Chief Minister of the British Virgin Islands
* Sir Willard White, British bass-baritone
* Willard Wigan, British sculptor
* Willard Huntington Wright (1888 – 1939), better known as S. S. Van Dine, art critic and author


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