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- Helions Bumpstead is a small village in Es**** located near Haverhill and the Es****/Suffolk/Cambridgeshire borders. It is 2 miles from Steeple Bumpstead. Helions...
- Steeple Bumpstead is a village and civil parish 3 miles (4.8 km) south of Haverhill in Braintree district, Es****, England. The parish church does not...
- Ewen Bumpstead (3 March 1910 – 22 October 1954) was an Australian rules footballer who pla**** with Geelong in the Victorian Football League (VFL). Holmesby...
- Bumpstead was a rural district in the administrative county of Es****, England from 1894 to 1934. The rural district was created by the Local Government...
- David Bumpstead (6 November 1935 – 26 August 2017) was an English footballer who pla**** as a defender in the Football League, notably for Bristol Rovers...
- The Bumpstead Archeological Site is an archeological site located near Elkton, Cecil County, Maryland. The site is one of a group of interrelated sites...
- The John Bumpstead House is a historic house located at 473 Woodbury Road in Cold Spring Harbor, Suffolk County, New York. It is a small, ​1 1⁄2-story...
- Hadleigh Hadstock Halstead Harlow Harwich Hatfield Peverel Hawkwell Helions Bumpstead Henham Herongate Heybridge High Beach High Laver High Ongar Hockley Horndon-on-the-Hill...
- British actor. He was born in Southport, Lancashire. He died in Helions Bumpstead, Es****, England on 22 March 1968 at the age of 67. He pla**** pub landlords...
- Moyns Park is a Grade I listed Elizabethan country house in Steeple Bumpstead, Es****, England. The home of the Gent family, until the late 19th century...
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