Complete alphabetical list of signatories
Total published signatories: 4124 verified.
|Name||Position and affiliation, or personal comment||Date signed|
|Mrs. Hannah Victoria Whelan||09/13/16|
|Mr. Douglas J. Whipple||
More than reasonable doubt.
|Miss Averil Elizabeth White||
BA (Hons) in English Literature, and studied the Bard at degree level.
|David Evans White, Ph.D.||
Professor Emeritus of Natural Resource Economics, West Virgina University
|Mr. David M. White||
I believe heathly discussion of canonized subjects to be essential to opening minds and hearts to clear truth. Doubt is a light to shine on dark dogma.
|Jesse Eugene White, M.B.A.||
I'm interested in the truth.
|Mrs. Regina Marie White||
Why would someone use Will Shakspere's name as a pseudonym?
|Stephen Barry Whitehead, M.A.||
Composer, President of Tristan Arts
|Ms. Deanna Whitestone, J.D.||
Formerly on the Advisory Board of the Shakespeare Authorship Studies Conference at Concordia University, Portland, Oregon.
|Mr. Jonathan P. M. Whiting||
Son of the late John Robert Whiting, playwright (1917-1963) who also had doubts.
|Mr. Peter L Whitlock, M.A.||04/22/07|
|Dr. Don Whittemore||04/23/16|
Writer and actor; author of "The Monument: 'Shake-Speares Sonnets' by Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford."
|Karl P. Wiberg||
I suppose there's no "smoking gun" (de Vere's Geneva Bible?); but the Everest of circumstantial evidence for Oxford is decisive -- freelance journalist.
|Mrs. Sharon Patricia Widell||09/10/07|
|Mrs. Claudia Wigger, Ph.D.||
Being a physicist, I like facts and good arguments.
|Dr. Othmar Werner Wigger||12/12/11|
|Mr. Patrick Wiggins, Ph.D.||
Working poet, member of The Flarf Collective
|Mr. Steinar Rivedal Wiik, M.A.||
Former assistant arts editor Aftenposten, Oslo
|Mr. Owain Arlan Wilcox||06/26/15|
|Prof. Bryan H. Wildenthal, J.D.||
Professor of Law, Thomas Jefferson School of Law (San Diego, CA)
|Christopher Waitt Wiley, M.D.||04/25/16|
|Mrs. Maureen Wilkes||
Producer and Director of the Holcombe Players
|Dr. Heward Wilkinson, D. Psych.||
Psychotherapist; Editor, International Journal of Psychotherapy, 1994-2004; Author, The Muse as Therapist, Karnac Press.
MA student, Brunel University
|Thomas M. Wilkinson||12/20/17|
|Mrs. Dorothy J. Willaims, M.A.||
The Italian plays and de Vere's travels tipped me over the edge.
There is credible reasoning that 'Shakespeare' was of Italian origin.
|Jeannine M. Willey, M.F.A.||
|Mrs. Anne Elizabeth Williams||11/19/07|
|Mrs. April Denise Williams||09/09/07|
|Mr. Bradley Rhys Williams||
|Dr. Chuck Williams, Ph.D.||
Professor of Management
|John D. Williams||11/05/13|
|Ms. K. Elaine Williams, M.A.||
Lecturer. There are too many discrepancies in the authorised version
|Mr. Matthew G. Williams||04/07/11|
|Prof. Philip F. Williams, Ph.D.||
Montana State University
|Mr. Randall Lyle Williams||08/27/13|
|Ms. Robin P Williams||
Author of "Sweet Swan of Avon: Did a Woman Write Shakespeare?", plus more than 50 computer and design books.
|Ronda J. Williams||05/07/15|
|Mr. Stuart Angus Alexander Williams||09/09/18|
|Mrs. Susan E. Williams||
Open-minded, devoted theatre patron; proud "stage mom;" avid reader. I agree there's little chance Mr. Shakspere was Shakespeare.
|Zacharia Williams, M.S.||03/10/15|
|Geoff Williamson, D. Psych.||03/14/17|
|Mr. Ben Willis||
Published author: The Tao of Art, 1987
|Mr. Brayden Daniel Willis||04/02/15|
|Charles Murray Willis||
Author of three books concerning Shakespeare and George Puttenham's "The Arte of English Poesie" (1589). Latest book: "Behind Shakespeare's Mask" (2006)