- William Downie Stewart
William Downie Stewart may refer to:
- William Downie Stewart, Sr. (1842–1898), member of House of Representatives for City of Dunedin and Dunedin West
- William Downie Stewart, Jr. (1878–1949), historian; mayor of Dunedin; son of William Downie Stewart, Sr.
- William Stewart (disambiguation)
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