Complete alphabetical list of signatories
Total published signatories: 4337 verified.
|Name||Position and affiliation, or personal comment||Date signed|
|Ms. Amanda Brend, M.A.||
Thank you so much for raising this-it makes total sense. How exciting!
|Mr. Joseph D Brennan Jr.||09/09/07|
|Sarah Brennan-Green, M.L.S.||07/05/13|
|Ms. Carol Brenner, M.A.||
MA teaching Shakespeare; possess cipher books revealing true story of Francis Bacon, heir to English throne, author of plays.
The writing speaks for itself, especially the Sonnets. These words could only have come from the pen and mind of an educated nobleman.
Regardless of your opinion on authorship, how can it be wrong to learn more about the greatest writer in the English language
|Thomas Dayle Brewer||11/12/11|
|Ms. Barbara L. Briggs||04/27/16|
|John R. Briggs||
Stage director and published adapter of Shakespeare's plays
|Nate Briggs, M.A.||
|Miss Anita Bright, M.B.A.||
Author and Publisher of Biographies
|Prof. Rebecca Luttrell Briley, Ph.D.||
Professor of English, OCU; published author and dramatist, Fulbright scholar
|Emma Lauder Brindley||09/09/07|
|Ms. Leslie Morris Britt||03/31/08|
|Mr. Max Brittain||10/10/07|
|Miss Joyce Carissa Britton||
|Mr. Paul Britton, J.D.||
The evidence points overwhelmingly to an author other than the actor from Stratford.
|Mr. B. S. Britzman||
A recent convert to reasonable doubt
|Mr. Keith Broadway||11/07/12|
|Ms. Melvina H. Brock Sr.||
Everything I've heard or read points out that William Shakspere could not have been the writer.
|Bruce Brocka, M.S.||
Author, Engineer, Historic preservationist
|Dr. James F. Broderick, Ph.D.||
Associate Professor of English, and co-author of "Web of Conspiracy," a book which addresses the Authorship Question
|Mr. Allan Brodie, M.A.||10/29/11|
|Mrs. Helena Brodin Friberg||
Swedish actress of The Royal Dramatic Theatre of Stockholm; appeared in more than 40 films and television shows, 1960 - 2000; co-author, “Täcknamn Shakespeare”
|Prof. Edward I. Brodkin, Ph.D.||
Lucretia L. Allyn Professor Emeritus of History, Connecticut College, New London, CT, USA
|Mr. Gary Nash Brodnax||
We are ever hoping that the whole world will someday know the truth.
|Ms. Christi L Broersma||
English teacher and writer
|Mr. Oliver Bromham||07/28/08|
|Frederick C. Bronner||
Inspect the doublet, 'clothes make the man', ergo a fake.
Hope, that the world knows the truth.
|Mr. Ferran Brooks||
Filmmaker and anthropologist. There is a dark shadow upon the events of the Bard of Stratford.
|James W. Brooks Jr., Ph.D.||10/29/07|
|Mrs. Laura A. Brooks, M.B.A.||09/13/16|
|Mrs. Rebecca Michelle Brooks-Guelfi||
|Mr. Frederick J. Brookwell, J.D.||10/03/16|
|Mrs. Avril Brown||
Lifelong (informal) student of Complete Works of Shakespeare
|Miss Clare Jane Brown||
The play 'I am Shakespeare' turned me from a Stratfordian to a doubter!
|Edward Giles Brown||
Author of 365 Days of Verse; Reason should prevail upon this question.
|Dr. Kenneth Brown, Ph.D.||
I believe there is sufficient doubt about the authorship of works attributed to Shakespeare to justify continuing academic research on this subject.
|Dr. Mary Louise Brown, Ph.D.||
Lecturer in Organizational Behaviour - originally a Classicist from Oxford. I've always thought Shakespeare was a fabrication ever since childhood!
|Dr. Michael J. Brown, Ph.D.||
Professor of History, Agnes Scott College
|Ms. Patricia Carroll Brown V, M.B.A.||09/09/07|
|Mr. Rodney Morgan Brown, M.M.||
|Roslyn Ramona Brown||
Recently viewed a TV program about this same subject. Very interesting...
|Ms. Shiona Mary Brown||
|Mr. Steve Brown||08/09/18|
|Prof. Chris A, Browne||
Emeritus Professor, Monash University