Complete alphabetical list of signatories
Total published signatories: 4406 verified.
|Name||Position and affiliation, or personal comment||Date signed|
|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
|Ms. Kristen Anne Brownell||09/09/07|
|Miss Gay Browning, M.S.||
I vote Sir Francis Bacon for the authorship. "The Shakespeare Enigma" written by Peter Dawkins should be read by those interested in the authorship question.
|Keith H. Browning||
Training specialist (now retired); author of 'Shakespeare Re-invented'
|Thomas Paul Bruder, J.D.||04/25/07|
|Mr. Tommy Bruland Sr.||
I find it incredible that Mr. Shakspere could write all he did. He had no education, left no documents or notes. Is hardly known in his local area.
|Mr. Marcel Francois Bruneau||12/01/14|
|Miss Catherine Eileen Bubeck||
I find it the most explanatory theory yet. How can a man who before Thomas More, educating females, did nothing to furthur that with his own children.
|Mr. Ralph A. Bucci||
http://falconlit.com/web/webquest/shakespeare/ AND http://falconlit.com/web/webquest/monument/webthemonura.html
|Mr. Aleksander Høgetveit Buch||
I have been especially intrigued by the fact that Jola Sigmond, one of the most intelligent people on the earth (IQ 192), supports Petter Amundsens findings.
|John Buck Jr.||04/28/16|
|Ms. Marion Buckley, J.D.||
|Ms. Kelly Anne Buckner||
|Dr. Patrick J Buckridge, Ph.D.||
Professor of English, Griffith University, Australia
|Dr. Isolde Paschen-Von Buelow, Ph.D.||05/13/11|
|Candis B. Buending||
An Oxfordian since the light blinked on for me in April 1999 with the Harper's Magazine debate. I have been keenly interested in the developing case ever since
|Clayton Buerkle, Ph.D.||04/26/07|
|Gary Ray Bugarcic||
Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford is the most likely candidate.
Author and researcher: www.thegreatpesher.com
|Mr. Michael Edward Bull||
Seems to be too many unexplained questions regarding Shakespeare's identity and knowledge, further investigation is definitely required.
|Linda Fern Bullard||
Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship
|Shaelynn M. Bullington||
Long time Donna Murphy supporter
|Mr. Russell Thayer Bullitt, M.B.A.||
Louis Benezet! Henry Peacham!
|Mr. Stephen Richard Bullock||
Retired Commercial Real Estate Appraiser, Chartered Valuation Surveyor, Founder, Valbridge Property Advisors
|Dr. William J. Bullock, Ph.D.||
Professor of Music Emeritus, Columbus (Georgia) State University; Executive Director, RiverCenter for the Performing Arts, Columbus, GA
|Prof. Mirko Bunc, Ph.D.||
I find it incredible that Mr. Shakspere was used to cover. I was born in the region of the former Venece Republic where Mr. Marlow wrote all the works.
|Ms. Briana R. Bunkert||12/08/15|
|Miss Alexandra Paige Burch||10/27/11|
|Kathleen S. Burch||
Co-founder, the San Francisco Center for the Book; past president, The Book Club of California
|Mr. David John Burdett||02/22/19|
|Prof. Albert William Burgstahler, Ph.D.||
Professor Emeritus of Chemistry, The University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS 66045
|William D. Burk, M.A.||
Technical Documentation Writer - retired
|Mrs. Susan Elizabeth Burkett||09/14/07|
|John J. Burnham||
Certainly a subject worthy of substantive discussion.
|Dr. Linda Ann Burnham, M.D.||
I am a physician who finds Mark Anderson's work, Charles Beauclerk's work, The Shakespeare Guide to Italy," and others respected lights in this discovery.
|Ms. Sophy Burnham||
Bestselling author of 13 books and award-winning plays, with works translated into more than 20 languages, and many millions of copies sold.
|Mr. Iain K. Burns||