Williamson

Williamson is an English-language surname originally meaning 'son of William'.

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Lionel Williamson
... Lionel Williamson (born Innisfail, Queensland) is an Australian former rugby league footballer of the 1960s and 1970s ... North Queenslander Williamson played a season with Halifax RLFC in 1964-65, also playing in the Queensland side from 1964 to 1967 ... Williamson continued representing Australia until 1974 which was also his final year playing for Newtown ...
Symphony No. 7 (Williamson) - History of The Work
... Williamson was commissioned to write his Seventh Symphony by Dr Alexandra E ... Williamson enjoyed long and fruitful relationships with youth orchestras and other organisations throughout his long career, and also wrote his Symphony No ... The score is dedicated to the memory of a long-time friend of Williamson's who died a year after the work's composition, Dr ...
Superintendent (politics) - List of Superintendents - Auckland Province
1855 William Brown 1855 Logan Campbell 1856 John Williamson (1st time) 1862 Robert Graham 1865 Frederick Whitaker 1867 John Williamson (2nd time) 1869 ...
Skip Williamson - The Chicago 8
... Because of Williamson's friendship with Yippie activist Abbie Hoffman, he was allowed into the courtroom where the Chicago 8 trial was being held, where he did sketches of key ... Williamson illustrated the first printing of Abbie Hoffman's book, Steal This Book ... Hoffman gave Williamson the advance from his book, for Williamson to produce a comic that would raise money for the Chicago 8 defense fund ...
Williamson - Other Uses
... Williamson (United States Supreme Court Case) Williamson amplifier, a type of push-pull audio amplifier with low distortion first designed in 1947 Williamson Road Junior ...

Famous quotes containing the word williamson:

    What do you do for your living?
    Are you forgiving, giving shelter?
    Follow your heart; love will find you;
    truth will unbind you;
    Sing out a song of the soul.
    —Cris Williamson (20th century)