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Wilberforce may refer to:
- William Wilberforce (1759–1833), British politician, evangelical reformer and campaigner against the slave trade
- Robert Wilberforce (1802–1857), second son of William, a clergyman, Catholic convert and writer
- Samuel Wilberforce (1805–1873), third son of William, a bishop who debated the theory of evolution with Thomas Henry Huxley
- Henry Wilberforce (1807–1873), fourth and youngest son of William, Catholic convert, journalist and author
- Wilberforce, New South Wales, Australia
- Wilberforce, Ontario, Canada
- Wilberforce Falls, Wilberforce Gorge, Wilberforce Hills: Nunavut, Canada
- Wilberforce, Ohio, United States
- Wilberforce, Sierra Leone
- Wilberforce Colony, 18th century colony of American Black citizens
- Wilberforce, Berlin, Germany; 19th Century
- Wilberforce River, in the Southern Alps of New Zealand
- Wilberfoss in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England, site of Wilberfoss Priory.
- Wilberforce, the middle name of Bertie Wooster, a character in the novels of P. G. Wodehouse
- Mr. Wilberforce, a character in the children's novel, Under the Mountain, by Maurice Gee
- Mrs. Louisa Wilberforce, one of the main characters in the film The Ladykillers
- The Wilberforces, antagonists in the New Zealand children's TV horror-sci-fi show Under the Mountain
- Wilberforce Thornapple, a character in the comic strip The Born Loser
- Mr. Wilberforce Clayborne Humphries, a character in the 1970s British sitcom Are You Being Served?
- Wilberforce University in Wilberforce, Ohio
- Wilberforce School, a Classical Christian K-12 school in Princeton Junction, New Jersey
- Wilberforce Institute for the study of Slavery and Emancipation at the University of Hull, England
- Wilberforce (cat), a cat who lived at 10 Downing Street between 1973 and 1987
- Wilbur Force, sometimes misattributed as Wilberforce, is a character in The Little Shop of Horrors
- Wilberforce pendulum
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