Mary Ward may refer to:
- Mary Ward (nun) (1585–1645), English Catholic nun who founded the Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary
- Mary Ward Catholic Secondary School, a Roman Catholic secondary school named for her
- Mary Ward (scientist) (1827–1869), Anglo-Irish amateur scientist killed under the wheels of an experimental steam car
- Mary Augusta Ward (1851–1920), British activist and novelist, known by her married name of Mrs Humphry Ward
- Mary Ward Centre, an adult education college located in London named for her
- Mary Ward (nurse) (1885–1972), English nurse to the boat people on the waterways
- Mary Alice Ward (1896–1972), Australian teacher and pastoralist
- Mary Jane Ward (1905–1981), American writer
- Mary Ward (actress) (aka Mary Ward Breheny; born 1915), Australian actress,
- Mary Ward (ship), a passenger and cargo steamer built in Montreal in 1895
- Mary Mae Ward, a fictional character on the ABC soap opera General Hospital
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