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Actor, The Opposite of People

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William Somerville Caldwell (26 February – 14 January 1964) was an English cricketer, who played 20 first-class games for Worcestershire in the early twentieth century. After the end of his first-class career, he also played for Cheshire in the Minor Counties Championship.

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(c – 20 February 1822), was a Scots-Irish immigrant to North America who became a soldier with the British Indian Department. He fought against the American rebels in the American Revolutionary War, especially with Butler's Rangers, based near upstate New York. After the war, together with other Loyalists, Caldwell was granted land in Upper Canada (now Ontario). He helped found the town of Amherstburg, near the mouth of the Detroit River. He also served as a Lieutenant Colonel in the War of 1812, and from as the Superintendent of Indians in the Western Department. He was a merchant and farmer in Amherstburg.

Wikipedia: William Anthony Caldwell

(December 5, – April 11, 1986) "William A(nthony) Caldwell." Contemporary Authors Online. Detroit: Gale, Gale Biography In Context. Web. Aug. 9, was an American journalist and columnist who spent 48 years at The Record of Bergen County, New Jersey. He won the Pulitzer Prize for Commentary.

IMDB Filmography: William Caldwell

Actor, Here Come the Tigers

IMDB Filmography: William Caldwell

Cinematographer, Man Up: The Exploration of a Fatherless Nation

Wikipedia: William B. Caldwell

(June 3, – March 21, 1876) was a Democratic Party jurist in the U. S. State of Ohio who sat on the Ohio Supreme Court 1849–1854.

Wikipedia: William W. Caldwell

(born 1925) is a United States federal judge.

Wikipedia: William Clyde Caldwell

(May 14, – January 7, 1905) was an Ontario businessman and political figure. He represented Lanark North in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario as a Liberal member from to 1875, to 1886, to and to

Wikipedia: William Murray Caldwell

(May 18, – September 29, 1870) was a New Brunswick businessman and political figure. He represented Restigouche in the Canadian House of Commons as a Liberal member from to

Wikipedia: William B. Caldwell

IV (born c ), a United States Army Lieutenant General, is the commanding general of United States Army North (Fifth Army) and senior commander of Fort Sam Houston now part of Joint Base San Antonio. From to Caldwell served as Commander, NATO Training Mission – Afghanistan, as well as Commanding General, Combined Security Transition Command - Afghanistan.

Wikipedia: William Parker Caldwell

was an American politician and a member of the United States House of Representatives for the 9th congressional district of Tennessee.

Wikipedia: Otis William Caldwell

(1869, Lebanon, Indiana – 1947) was an American botanist and college football coach.

Wikipedia: William B. Caldwell, III

LTG William B. Caldwell, III served 32 years in the Army and retired as the Fifth Army commanding general at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio. A combat veteran of wars in Korea and Vietnam, he was awarded the Silver Star on three separate occasions for gallantry and heroism under fire. Coming from a long line of soldiers, his grandfather served in the Union Army during the Civil War, his father was an Army Colonel during World War II retiring after 37 years of military service, and his son is a serving lieutenant general with tours in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Wikipedia: William Caldwell Anderson

(August 18, 1804–August 28, 1870) was an American Presbyterian minister who served as the fourth president of Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.

Wikipedia: William Caldwell Coleman

(October 17, – January 12, 1968) was a United States federal judge.

Wikipedia: William Caldwell Harrop

(born February 19, 1929) served as US Ambassador to Guinea (May 29, – July 15, 1977), Kenya (July 10, – September 1, 1983), Seychelles (August 26, – September 22, 1983) and Israel (January 21, – May 7, 1993).

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