Wilberforce

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Wilberforce may refer to:

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  • 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
      • Lionel Wilberforce (1861–1944), British physicist, grandson of Robert and inventor of the Wilberforce pendulum
      • Herbert Wilberforce (1864–1941), British male tennis player, grandson of Robert and chairman of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club
    • 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

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