Wilkins or Wilkin is a name variant of William.

Wilkins may refer to:

  • Wilkins (surname)
  • Wilkin (surname)
  • Wilkins Vélez, Latin pop musician and singer, commonly known as "Wilkins"

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Marc Wilkins (baseball)
... Marc Allen Wilkins (born October 21, 1970 in Mansfield, Ohio) is an American former Major League Baseball player ... A pitcher, Wilkins played for the Pittsburgh Pirates from 1996-2001 ... Wilkins attended high school at Ontario High School in Ontario, Ohio and college at the University of Toledo ...
Alan Wilkins (playwright) - Life
... Wilkins was brought up in Edinburgh ... At the time of his debut, Wilkins was working as a drama teacher at Inverkeithing High School, Edinburgh ... engrossing drama about power, politics and decadence, Alan Wilkins Carthage Must Be Destroyed was a gripping indictment of the corruptions of Empire." It ...
Wilkins - Business
... Bishop Wilkins College, a society in England Wilkins Lecture, a series of lectures led by the Royal Society of London Wilkins lumber, a historic American business Wilkin Sons, an English manufacturer of ...
Creature Features - Broadcast Cities (USA) - KTVU-Channel 2 (San Francisco)
... Area from 1971 to 1984, hosted by Bob Wilkins, and later by John Stanley, who took over in 1979 ... Wilkins had been hosting a similar program on KCRA in Sacramento from 1966, Seven Arts Theater ... Wilkins showcased many classic horror and sci-fi movies the classic low budget Plan 9 From Outer Space, produced and directed by Ed Wood Jr ...
List Of United States Political Families (W) - The Wilkins
... William Wilkins (1779–1865), U.S ... Brother of Ross Wilkins ... Ross Wilkins (1799–1872), Pennsylvania State Representative 1829-1830, Judge of the Michigan Territory 1832-1836, U.S ...

Famous quotes containing the word wilkins:

    ... aside from the financial aspect, [there] is more: the life of my work. I feel that is all I came into the world for, and have failed dismally if it is not a success.
    —Mary E. Wilkins Freeman (1852–1930)