Complete alphabetical list of signatories
Total published signatories: 4889 verified.
|Name||Position and affiliation, or personal comment||Date signed|
|Kenneth D. Walters, M.A.||10/04/10|
|Ms. Linda Gail Walters, M.S.||
Former adjunct assistant professor of computer science, author
|Rowan Nicholas Walters||
The authorship of the works is an enigma that has fascinated me for more than three decades.
|Sandra I. Walters||
|Klaus Gunther Walz||
Bookisch, Talker, Writer, Bookseller, Bavarian, fan of Schecks-pere! and autodidact
|Mrs. Jill Wanamaker||
As a student of Renaissance history, there are too many deficiencies in the Stratford manâ€™s biography to make it credible that he could have written the works
|Jennifer K. Wankiewicz||07/19/12|
|Ian Stuart Warburton||12/01/16|
|Mr. Michael Warburton||07/26/12|
|Molly Ward, M.F.A.||
If a woman wrote Shakespeare's plays, her life story is even greater than the canon
|Dr. Steven Parris Ward, Ph.D.||
|Mr. Perry Lee Ware||
Theatre director and Educator without doubts!
|Ms. Janet Clare Warham, M.A.||
Retired Head of English
|Mr. Michael Waring||10/31/11|
|Anita Warmflash, M.S.||10/11/07|
|Janice Marie Warner||
I think the evidence is far from certain as to who wrote these great works. The issue is not closed, and inquiry should not be stifled.
|Mr. John C. Warner||05/06/19|
Author of "Shakespeare's Ark"
|William R Warner, Ph.D.||
VP, Strategic Communications, VTM, Inc. Evidence strongly indicates that the man from Stratford did not write the works.
|Marilyn M. Warrant, Ph.D.||06/21/15|
|George Storer Warren||05/01/07|
|James A. Warren||04/05/11|
|Mr. Jeff Warren||
|Murray Corren Warren, M.A.||
Alumnus of Magdalen College, Oxford University
|Robert Joseph Warren||09/20/07|
|Mrs. Anne Florence Warrington, M.A.||
After only having recently started to research this issue, now seriously doubt whether Mr. Shakspere was the author of the Bard's works.
|Mr. Yuval Warshai||
Rigorous logical skepticism dictates doubt in much clearer issues of historical knowledge.
|Doug J. Warwick||
Accountant. The official ledger does not seem to add up.
|Mrs. Amanda Belinda Watson||
I have always doubted that Mr. Shakspere was the author of the works, and thought that Edward De Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford, was the true author.
|Miss Amy Jo Watson||04/10/12|
|Ms. M. Jain Watson||
Past member of The Marlowe Society
|Gabriela Florica Watts||
De Vere is the man, and Shakespeare is the name.
|Dr. Elisabeth Pearson Waugaman, Ph.D.||
Recipient of the Alberto Santos-Dumont medal for "Follow Your Dreams: The Story of Alberto Santos-Dumont."
|Dr. Richard M. Waugaman, M.D.||
Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Georgetown University; Reader, Folger Shakespeare Library; Training Analyst Emeritus, Washington Psychoanalytic Institute
|Mr. Alexander Evelyn M. Waugh||
Author of several books, including "Time", "God", "Fathers & Sons", "House of Wittgenstein"; Editor, 42 Vol. "Complete Works of Evelyn Waugh", OUP (forthcoming)
|Miss Mary Eulalia Waugh||07/25/13|
|Miss Sally Alexandra Waugh||01/20/13|
|Mr. Septimus Waugh||05/11/16|
|Mr. Don Webb||
If Obi Wan doubts, I doubt :)
|Miss Andrea Webber||
Candidate for MA/MAT English, BA Theatre
|Mr. Marco Weber||
There may be reasonable doubts.
|Ms. Annette L. Weber-Diehl||
A curious mind
|Ms. Sandra G. Week, LL.D||
There has never been anyone quite as eclectic since him.
|Susanne C. Weigand||
It cannot be mere coincidence that so much in the plays parallels Oxford's biography.
|Dr. Frieda Weiner, M.D.||02/06/12|
|Emily Sharpe Weinstein||
OR - Oregon