• Hugh Wilson

    Hugh Wilson may refer to:

  • Wilson, Hugh

  • Hugh Wilson Hill House

    Hugh Wilson Hill House

    The Hugh Wilson Hill House, also known as the Kelly-Stone-Hill House, is a historic house in Carrollton, Pickens County, Alabama. It is one of only a few surviving antebellum structures remaining in the town. Architectural historians believe that the one-story Greek Revival -style house was built for Isham and Elizabeth Kelly during the late 1830s or 1840s. Confederate general John Herbert Kelly grew up in the house. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on April 13, 1989. It was listed as one of Alabama's "Places in Peril" for 2010 by the Alabama Historical Commission and Alabama Trust for Historic Preservation.

  • Hugh Wilson (RAF officer)

    Hugh Wilson (RAF officer)

    Hugh Joseph Wilson CBE AFC* known as (28 May 1908 – 5 September 1990), nicknamed "Willie", was a senior Royal Air Force officer. He served as the RAF's main chief test pilot for captured enemy aircraft in World War II and in November 1945 was the first man to exceed 600 miles per hour (970 km/h), flying a Gloster Meteor jet fighter.

  • Hugh Wilson (football manager)

    Hugh Wilson is a former Scottish football manager, who worked for Alloa Athletic and Cowdenbeath.

  • Hugh Wilson Hall

    The Hugh Wilson Hall is a dormitory building located in Sampaloc, Manila, Philippines. It was built before World War II in 1923 by Madaleine Klepper as a dormitory for female students studying in universities and colleges within the University Belt area of Sampaloc district. Madaleine Klepper was an American missionary of the Women's Foreign Missionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church of New York, US. Along with the dormitory building, the mission house and a chapel can also be found on the same property along P. Paredes Street corner Lerma Street.

  • Hugh Wilson (botanist)

    Hugh Wilson may refer to:

  • Hugh Wilson (cricketer)

    Peter Hugh L'Estrange Wilson (born 17 August 1958) played first-class and List A cricket for Surrey and Somerset in England and for Northern Transvaal in South Africa. He was born at Guildford, Surrey.

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