William Stafford

William Stafford may refer to:

  • William Stafford (courtier) (c. 1500–1556), courtier to Henry VIII and Edward VI of England
  • William Stafford (conspirator) (1554–1612), courtier and conspirator
  • William Stafford (author) (1593–1684), British author
  • William Howard, 1st Viscount Stafford (1614-1680), British nobleman and Roman Catholic martyr
  • William H. Stafford (1869–1957), United States Representative for Wisconsin
  • William Stafford (poet) (1914–1993), American poet
  • William Henry Stafford Jr. (born 1931), United States federal judge

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Famous quotes containing the words stafford and/or william:

    a doe, a recent killing;
    she had stiffened already, almost cold.
    I dragged her off she was large in the belly.
    —William Stafford (1914–1941)

    Utopia’s quite another land;
    In her enterprising movements,
    She is England—with improvements,
    —Sir William Schwenck Gilbert (1836–1911)