William III

William III may refer to:

  • William III of Aquitaine (915–963)
  • William III of Toulouse (died 1037)
  • William III of Provence (died after 1037)
  • William III of Montferrat (970–1042)
  • William III of Angoulême (1084–1118)
  • William III of Ponthieu (c. 1095–1172)
  • William III of Sicily (1190–1198)
  • William III of Dampierre (1224–1251)
  • William III of Cagliari (ruled 1256–1258)
  • Sir William Douglas the Hardy (died c. 1298)
  • William I, Count of Hainaut or William III of Holland (1286–1337)
  • Uilleam III, Earl of Ross (died 1370)
  • William I, Duke of Bavaria or William III of Hainaut (1330–1389)
  • William III, Duke of Bavaria (1375–1435)
  • William III, Duke of Luxembourg (1425–1482)
  • William III of England or William III of Orange or William II of Scotland (1650–1702)
  • William III of the Netherlands (1817–1890)

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    The army is the true nobility of our country.
    —Napoleon Bonaparte III (1808–1873)