'Wilkinsons' can also refer to...

Alan Wilkinson (b. 1954)

Anna Wilkinson

Anne M Wilkinson

Anne Wilkinson (1910—1961)

Arch Wilkinson Shaw (1876—1962)

Arthur Wilkinson Worsley (1920—2001) ventriloquist

Brenda Wilkinson (b. 1946)

Catherine Wilkinson (1786—1860) philanthropist

Charles Smith Wilkinson (1843—1891) geologist

Charles Wilkinson (1897—1986)

D. R. Wilkinson

Dame Louisa Jane Wilkinson (1889—1968) military nurse

David M. Wilkinson

David Wilkinson

Dominic Wilkinson

Elias John Wilkinson Gibb (1857—1901) Ottomanist

(Elizabeth) Mary Wilkinson (1909—2001) German scholar

Elizabeth Wilkinson (1613—1654) spiritual autobiographer

Ellen Wilkinson (1891—1947) politician

Fanny Rollo Wilkinson (1855—1951) landscape gardener

George Howard Wilkinson (1833—1907) Scottish Episcopal bishop of St Andrews, Dunkeld, and Dunblane

George Wilkinson Drabble (c. 1823—1899) merchant and banker

Heather Wilkinson

(Henry) Spenser Wilkinson (1853—1937) military historian

Henry Wilkinson (1610—1675) Church of England clergyman and ejected minister

Henry Wilkinson (1617—1690) college head and ejected minister

Henry Wilkinson Cookson (1810—1876) college head

Isaac Wilkinson (1695—1784) iron-founder

James H. Wilkinson

James Hardy Wilkinson (1919—1986) mathematician


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This country family trio comprises Steve Wilkinson (b. 18 August 1955, Belleville, Ontario, Canada; guitar), and two of his three children, Amanda (b. 17 January 1982, Belleville, Ontario, Canada; vocals) ...

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