William Spicer

William Spicer may refer to:

  • William Spicer (14th century MP), MP for Devizes
  • William A. Spicer (1865–1952), Seventh-day Adventist minister and president of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists
  • William Spicer (MP) (c. 1735–1788), British MP for Exeter, 1767–1768
  • William Spicer (cricketer) (1846–1892), English cricketer.
  • William Spicer (Medal of Honor) (1864–1949), gunner's mate in the United States Navy who received the Medal of Honor

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Devizes (UK Parliament Constituency) - Members of Parliament - 1295-1640
... Parliament First member Second member 1386 Richard Gobet William Salter 1388 (Feb) Richard Cardmaker William Salter 1388 (Sep) Richard Cardmaker William Spicer 1390 (Jan ...

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