[Waltbert de STEENLAND (who married Enguerrand's daughter)] Enguerrand (Ingelrannus) de FLANDERS (? - 851?) ; or: poss. Waltbert de STEENLAND (who married Enguerrand's daughter); aka Engleran HARLEBEC; Count of FLANDERS
Walter (5th of Skipnish?) CAMPBELL (Argyll, Scotl. 1630? - 1704?) ; (this link was a confused assumption, Walter having a son John who was Provost, Bedchamber Groom, etc., not the imprisoned Covenanter)
[Walter of CORNWALL, q.v. (Richard's son)] Richard PLANTAGENET de CORNAOUAILLES (1209? - 1272) ; Count of POITOU; Earl of CORNWALL; King of the ROMANS (EMPEROR Elect); (one of the wealthiest people of his era)
[Western Malayo-Polynesian] First Speaker of Austronesian (4000 BC - ?) ; (Atayalic, Paiwanic, Tsouic are all aboriginal Formosan language families; Paiwanic, Malayo-Polynesian & Daic may form a Muish clade)
Western Pricklypear ; aka Opuntia macrorhiza, plains prickly pear, twistspine pricklypear, etc.
[William (Robert's son)] Robert PATRIC ; or: poss. William (Robert's son); poss. aka Robert Patrick BELWARD
[William (son of Sheriff of TIVIATDALE)] John (Sir; of Castlemilk) STEWART ; (little is known of him but that he was William's father; The connection of Alexander of Darnley is probably a genealogic fraud.)
[William HARRIS (Robert's brother)] Robert (Major) HARRIS (1615? - 1701) ; or: William HARRIS (Robert's brother); (Y-chromosome DNA TESTS on his descendants suggest that he was not related to the Thomas shown as father)
William Henry (Gen.) HARRISON (Berkely, Virg. 9/2/1773 - 4/4/1841 Washington, D.C.) ; (Major General; Hero of TIPPECANOE; diplomat; Governor of Indiana Territory); U.S. Senator; President of the United States #9 (Whig)
[William LONGESPEE (q.v.)] bastard sibling of King Henry III or John ; or: prob. not William LONGESPEE (q.v.); (Bishop Roger was known as King's cousin, but details are unknown); (MEULENT, MULENT, MEULENG, MEULINGES, MOLEND, prob. not LONGESPEE)
[William MONTGOMERY (d. 1750 Penn. : grandfather of Ann Whitesides)] John (Major) MONTGOMERY (Eaglesham, Renfrews.? 1665? - 1721 Ulster) ; or: Not! William MONTGOMERY (d. 1750 Penn. : grandfather of Ann Whitesides); (that our Deborah Montgomery was sister of the (slightly) famous Thomas of Philadelphia is suggested by w....