William Oliver may refer to:
- William Bacon Oliver (1867–1948), American congressman
- William M. Oliver (1792–1863), American lawyer and politician
- William Oliver (songwriter) (1800–1848), Newcastle upon Tyne born songwriter
- William Oliver (footballer) (1892–?), English footballer
- William Oliver (physician) (1695–1764), inventor of the Bath Oliver biscuit
- William Oliver (politician) (1850–1951), mayor of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada
- William Oliver (UK politician), MP in the Northern Ireland Parliament for Belfast Dock
- Bill Oliver, college football coach
- William Oliver (British Army officer) (1901–1981), British general
- William Silver Oliver (1836–1908), Irish-born Canadian military surgeon
- William Hosking Oliver (born 1925), New Zealand writer and poet
- William J. Oliver, 19th century informer and suspected agent provocateur
- William J. Oliver (industrialist), early 20th century American contractor
- William Olyver, MP for Gloucester (UK Parliament constituency)
Thu, 11 Dec 2014 10:15:47 -0800
If you thought Celtic cuisine was just haggis and whiskey, head to William Oliver's Publick House this week for a delicious awakening. Throughout December, the whiskey bar and restaurant is hosting guest chef Eric McBride, Denver-based caterer and ...
Tue, 09 Dec 2014 10:32:04 -0800
Starting Wednesday, William Oliver's Publick House will host guest chef Eric McBride for a month of Celtic dinners at the bar and restaurant. McBride is a Colorado-based chef and historian and owns the Celtic Caterer. He specializes in food from the ...
Sat, 20 Dec 2014 14:15:01 -0800
A MESSAGE THEY WANTED TO DRIVE HOME AS THEY CELEBRATED THE LIFE OF 16-YEAR-OLD DEVRON CROWDEN, CROWDEN AND WILLIAM OLIVER WERE FRIENDS. HE WOULD LIGHT UP THE WHOLE PARK. HE HAD EVERYBODY ...
Sat, 20 Dec 2014 15:37:30 -0800
MOST FUNERALS DON'T INVOLVE A PASTOR FIRING A GUN. BUT THIS ONE DID. A MESSAGE THEY WANTED TO DRIVE HOME AS THEY CELEBRATED THE LIFE OF 16-YEAR-OLD DEVRON CROWDEN, CROWDEN AND WILLIAM OLIVER WERE ...
Tue, 02 Dec 2014 17:06:57 -0800
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama - Public urination led to a fight at the gas pumps of a southwest Birmingham convenience store that ended in the August shooting death of a 20-year-old man, according to a detective and defense attorney at a Tuesday court hearing.
New York Times
Thu, 18 Dec 2014 13:52:59 -0800
It's not clear if the zeal of the researcher, Dr. William Oliver Moore, was affected by the “several interesting experiments” he conducted on himself, “hypodermically and externally,” but he was far from alone in his enthusiasm for the medical uses of ...
Mon, 15 Dec 2014 14:09:35 -0800
Dr. William Oliver says the plan not only includes a new morgue, but funding to cover the entire cost of autopsies. The state only pays about $1,600 of the $3,000 spent on each autopsy. In the past there have been talks about cutting services forcing ...
Thu, 04 Dec 2014 09:37:57 -0800
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama - A judge has dismissed a charge against a Homewood man who shot and killed another man following a fight that began with allegations of public urination. Jefferson County District Judge Katrina Ross, in an order issued late ...
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