Bamford

Bamford ist der Name mehrerer

Orte in den Vereinigten Staaten:

  • Bamford (Alabama)
  • Bamford (Pennsylvania)

im Vereinigten Königreich:

  • Bamford (Derbyshire)
  • Bamford (Greater Manchester), Vorort von Rochdale


Personen:

  • David Bamford (* 1976), australischer Badmintonspieler
  • Edward Bamford (1887–1928), britischer Offizier der Royal Marines u.a. im 1. Weltkrieg
  • Gord Bamford (* 1976), kanadischer Sänger der Country music
  • James Bamford (* 1946), US-amerikanischer Journalist
  • Joyce Bamford-Addo (* 1937), Sprecherin des ghanaischen Parlamentes; von 1991 bis 2004 Richterin am Obersten Gericht in Ghana
  • Maria Bamford (* 1970), US-amerikanische Comedian
  • Mark Bamford, US-amerikanischer Regisseur
  • Samuel Bamford (1788–1872), englischer Radikalist und Schriftsteller
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