William Jones - Others


  • William Jones (haberdasher) (died 1615), haberdasher, philanthropist and founder of Monmouth School, Wales
  • Sir William Jones (optician) (1763–1831), English optician and scientific instrument maker
  • William Giles Jones (1808–1883), U.S. federal judge
  • William Jones (convict) (1827–1871), Australian colony ex-convict school teacher
  • William Jones (gangster) (fl. 1911), New York City criminal
  • Ernest Jones (trade unionist) (William Ernest Jones, 1895–1973), British trade union leader
  • William Ifor Jones (1900–1988), Welsh conductor and organist
  • William Blakely Jones (1907–1979), United States federal judge
  • W. D. Jones (1916–1974), criminal who travelled with Bonnie and Clyde
  • William Jones (novel), a Welsh language novel written by T. Rowland Hughes in 1944
  • William Corbett Jones, American pianist
  • William James Jones (born 1972), American actor
  • William Todd-Jones, British puppet designer and performer

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