William Boyce (disambiguation)


William Boyce (disambiguation)

William Boyce may refer to:

*William Boyce (1711-1779), English-born composer and Master of the King's Musick
*William D. Boyce (1858-1929), founder of the Boy Scouts of America and the Lone Scouts of America
*William Waters Boyce (1818-1890), U.S. Confederate congressional delegate
*William H. Boyce (1855-1942), jurist and U.S. representative from Delaware
*William Boyce Thompson, American mining engineer and financier


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