Archbishop Williams


Archbishop Williams

Archbishop Williams may refer to:

* Rowan Williams, Anglican Archbishop of Canterbury
* Archbishop John Joseph Williams (1822–1907), American Roman Catholic prelate and the first Archbishop of Boston
* John Williams, Archbishop of York (1582–1650), Archbishop of York, 1641–1650
* Thomas Leighton Williams (1877–1946), Roman Catholic archbishop of Birmingham, England
* Thomas Stafford Cardinal Williams (born 1930), New Zealand Cardinal and the Emeritus Archbishop of Wellington
* Gwilym Owen Williams (1913–1990), Anglican Archbishop of Wales, 1971–1982
* Archbishop Williams High School, a co-educational Catholic school in Braintree, Massachusetts


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