Definitions for "William Jackson"
William Jackson (13 September 1897 - 4 August 1959) was an Australian recipient of the Victoria Cross (VC), the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces. William Jackson was awarded the Victoria Cross in 1916 for selfless courage under heavy fire while rescuing his comrades near Armentières in France during World War I. Jackson, who was born and raised in the Gunbar district of New South Wales, is the youngest Australian to have been awarded a Victoria Cross.
William Jackson (September 2 1783 - February 26 1855) was an American politician. He born in Newton, Massachusetts, USA.
William Jackson is a Scottish harpist and composer, born in about 1952 in Cambuslang, near Glasgow.