Bobby Wilkinson: Stadium Superintendent of Yankee Stadium.
Bud Wilkinson: The coach of the University of Oklahoma Sooners football team during their glory years.
George Wilkinson: Member of the Great Britiain Water Polo team and gold medal winner, 1900, 1908, and 1912.
Howard Wilkinson: Coach of the Leeds Football team (League Title in 1991-92). He was name Caretaker Manager of the England Football Team in 1999.
Keith Wilkinson: British national silver medal, 1973 Water Polo championships.
Kim Wilkinson: Swam for Great Britain in 200m backstroke at 1976 Montreal Olympics. She held numerous British junior and senior records spanning several events.
Laura A. Wilkinson: Cheerleader for the Baltimore Ravens football team
Laura Wilkinson: The United States National Champion in both Olympic Diving events in the late 1990s and early 2000s. Gold Medal winner in the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, Australia and Wheaties Box covergirl, Laura's diving accomplishments are too legion to list here.
Alec Wilkinson: A well-known New Yorker and Esquire writer and the author of at least four nonfiction books.
Alexis Wilkinson: Alexis Wilkinson was first African American president of The Harvard Lampoon, was on the writing staff of Veep and Brooklyn Nine-Nine, and she is a contributing writer to The New Yorker.
Stephan Wilkinson: A writer with frequent contributions to Air & Space Smithsonian, Town & Country, Conde Nast Traveler, Delta's Sky Magazine, and Bloomberg Personal. He has also written three films that have been nominated for Academy Awards in the short-documentary category.
June Wilkinson: Famous pinup girl. Besides being called "the bosom", a nickname given to her by Hugh Hefner, June has also been referred to as "the world's most photographed woman". June also appeared in many B-Movies, including her debut topless scene in Russ Meyer's " The Immortal Mr. Teas ".
Ken Wilkinson: Host of a nationally syndicated cable television show named Cable Cookery in the mid eighties.
Kendra Wilkinson: Playboy Playmate, star of the reality shows "Kendra" and "The Girls Next Door", and one of Hugh Hefner's girlfriends.
Mark Wilkinson: A furniture designer who has been given the Keys to the City of London, made a Fellow of the Design Institute, has given Keynote addresses to The Institute of American Architects, awarded the Queens award for industry several times, dined with the Royals and had tea in the gardens of Buckingham Palace on several occasions.
Michael Wilkinson: Costume designer for many films, including Terminator: Salvation, Watchmen, and 300.
The Wilkinson Family: Propmasters on the movie "Titanic".
Tom Wilkinson: A prolific screen actor, the starring and supporting actor of many films, twice nominated for an Academy Award.
Beth Wilkinson: Prosecutor for the Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols trials (the bombers in Oklahoma City).
Bert Wilkinson: Known in San Juan County New Mexico and Durango, Colorado as being a member of the "Stockton" gang.
Daniel Wilkinson: The last person to be executed in Maine - for the murder of a police officer.
Grant Wilkinson: Sentenced to life imprisonment in the UK for converting replica firearms to fire live ammunition.
Ellen Wilkinson: Member of Parliament for Jarrow, Jarrow March leader, Minster of Education in Clement Attlee's 1945 Labour Government.
Jim Wilkinson: Deputy Communications Director to President George W. Bush in the White House.
Joe Wilkinson: A Republican representing Atlanta (District 52) in the GA House of Representative.
Joseph Wilkinson: Member of the Convention of Maryland which ratified the Federal Constitution April 21 - 29, 1788.
Josiah Henry Wilkinson: Somehow ended up as the owner of Oliver Cromwell's embalmed head. His descendant, Dr. H. N. S. Wilkinson, donated the head to Cambridge in 1960.
Lloyd Wilkinson: Elected 1900 as speaker of the House of Delegates of Maryland.
Perry O. Wilkinson: Speaker of the Maryland House of Delegates 1959.
Ruth Wilkinson: (Daughter of Samuel & Plain Wickenden) was the mother of Stephen Hopkins, Governor of RI and the very last signer of the Declaration of Independence.
Thomas H. Wilkinson: Elected Dec.1819 to the Governor's council of Maryland.
Thomas Wilkinson: An important figure in the Wicklow Brigade of the Irish Republican Army.
Wallace G. Wilkinson: Governor of Kentucky from 1987-1991.
Alfred Robert Wilkinson: Victoria Cross recipient.
Eugene P. Wilkinson: First Commander of the first nuclear powered submarine - the Nautilus
General James Wilkinson: Commander of the US Army under President George Washington and a participant in the Aaron Burr conspiracy.
John R. Wilkinson: Killed at the Battle of Little Big Horn (Custer's Last Stand).
Ken Wilkinson: WW2 ace who flew Hurricane fighter planes during WW2 as a pilot at the famed Biggin Hill RAF base.
Lt. (later Capt.) John Wilkinson: Resigned his commission in the US Navy to join the Confederate Navy.
As a well-known blockade runner, first with the Giraffe, renamed the Lee, he ran the blockades outside Wilmington NC 21 times. During these runs, he invented the ruse of the smoke screen to cover his escape from pursuit. His book Narrative of a Blockade Runner, published in 1877, covers his experiences.
Karen Wilkinson: The National Apartment Association Certified Maintenance Technician of the Year in 2000.
William Boutland Wilkinson: Of Newcastle upon Tyne (England) held an 1854 patent for iron concrete composite floors and is acknowledged as one of the leading people in developing reinforced concrete.
Albert E. Wilkinson: The agriculture department at the University of Connecticut has named a scholarship for this noted agriculturalist.
Charles Smith Wilkinson: Considered one of the top 1000 people to Influence Australia. First surveyor general of New South Wales, he conducted the first geological survey of the country and discovered how rich it was in minerals and coal. He also recommended and oversaw the drilling of the first bore water hole and was trained by Richard Daintree.
Dr. David T. Wilkinson: A Princeton professor and scientist, he was one of the foremost experts on the Big Bang and resultant cosmic radiation. The Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe, launched by NASA in 2001, was named for him.
John Gardner Wilkinson: One of the founders of Egyptology, designated tomb KV 5 in 1827 - the fifth tomb beyond the entrance to KV, the Kings' Valley. The tomb turned out to be the largest ever found in the Valley of the Kings - the burial place of many of the sons of Rameses.
Sir Denys Haigh Wilkinson: British nuclear physicist and inventor of the Wilkinson A/D Converter. In 2001 the Nuclear Physics Laboratory at the University of Oxford, which he had helped to create, was renamed in his honor.