List of people from Stockport

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This is a list of people from Stockport, in North West England. The demonym of Stockport is Stopfordian, however, this list may include people from Bredbury, Cheadle, Cheadle Hulme, Marple, Reddish and Romiley, all from the wider Metropolitan Borough of Stockport. This list is arranged alphabetically by surname:


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  • Paul Eastham: singer-songwriter and musician of celtic rock band Coast

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  • Tom Ince Thomas Christopher "Tom" Ince (born 30 January 1992) is an English footballer who plays for Crystal Palace, on loan from Blackpool, as a winger. He is the son of former England captain Paul Ince.[3]

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  • Daz Sampson (b.1974) a British music/television producer and 2006 UK Eurovision Song Contest contestant.
  • Richard Sykes (1839-1923) was a rugby player who helped found two major clubs and became a landowner in North Dakota, USA founding five towns there one named after his birthplace Edgeley

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Notes
  1. ^ http://www.manchester2002-uk.com/celebs/broadcasters2.html
  2. ^ "Peter Barkworth", The Independent (London), 25 October 2006 
  3. ^ Oxford DNB article: Boardman, Peter David, Oxford Database of National Biography, retrieved 16 May 2009 
  4. ^ ODNB entry: Retrieved 30 January 2012. Subscription required
  5. ^ Cambers, Simon (4 July 2010). "Wimbledon 2010: Britons Broady and Farquharson win boys' doubles". The Guardian (London). 
  6. ^ Minard, Jennifer (9 October 2006), "A classic role for TV star Andrew", The Bolton News (Newsquest Media Group) 
  7. ^ 20 Questions With ... Andrew Buchan. WhatsOnStage. Retrieved 31 October 2009.
  8. ^ Andrew Buchan at the Internet Movie Database
  9. ^ Peter Butterworth biography
  10. ^ haile, deborah (12 February 2003), "TV terror Tania is a class act", Manchester Evening News (M.E.N. Media), retrieved 25 January 2009 
  11. ^ Taylor, Paul (31 March 2011), "How the Cockleshell Heroes paddled their way into legend", Manchester Evening News (M.E.N. Media), retrieved 12 December 2011 
  12. ^ David Dickinson biography
  13. ^ "Lord Norman Foster portrait", The Telegraph (London: Telegraph Media Group), 24 June 2008, retrieved 24 May 2009 
  14. ^ http://www.freewebs.com/most_haunted_online/YvetteBio.htm
  15. ^ Sarah Harding biography
  16. ^ "Ricky Hatton: Fighting back from near-suicide is my greatest victory". BBC Sport. Retrieved 2012-11-24. 
  17. ^ [1]
  18. ^ Wendy Hiller biography
  19. ^ "Houldsworth Clock and Fountain". Public Monument and Sculpture Association. Retrieved 2 February 2012. 
  20. ^ Cheal, David (18 September 2003), "Hurrah, it's the end of the world!", The Telegraph (London: Telegraph Media Group), retrieved 29 June 2009 
  21. ^ http://www.barbjungr.co.uk
  22. ^ Larkin, Colin. The Guinness Encyclopedia of Popular Music P. 2577. ISBN 1561591769, ISBN 9781561591763
  23. ^ http://www.airmynyorks.co.uk/20thcent2.htm
  24. ^ "Choir girl to Corrie barmaid - our Sal's a big hit!", Stockport Express (M.E.N. Media), 2 May 2001, retrieved 13 December 2011 
  25. ^ http://www.collectart.co.uk/artist/22-alan-lowndes/
  26. ^ Will Mellor biography
  27. ^ Dominic Monaghan biography
  28. ^ Holby Cast
  29. ^ "Tim McInnerny Biography", film reference (Advameg), retrieved 25 January 2009 
  30. ^ http://www.rogermoorhouse.com/biography.html
  31. ^ http://www.theartofnoiseonline.com/PAUL-MORLEY.php
  32. ^ Matt Walker (swimmer)
  33. ^ Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council, Fred Perry Way, Stockport.gov.uk, retrieved 5 April 2010 
  34. ^ Roberts, John (3 February 1995), "OBITUARIES : Fred Perry", The Independent (London), retrieved 13 December 2011 
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  36. ^ Samantha Strips for Cancer, Manchester Evening News, 25 February 2008, retrieved 24 May 2009 [dead link]
  37. ^ Wisden Cricket Monthly, Maurice Tremlett player profile, Cricinfo.com, retrieved 27 August 2007 
  38. ^ "Double cup boost for County", Stockport Express (M.E.N. Media), 8 January 2002, retrieved 24 May 2009 
  39. ^ Paul Warhurst, Soccerbase.com, retrieved 24 May 2009 
  40. ^ Hannah Whelan, British-gym.com, retrieved 24 May 2009 
  41. ^ Davis, Matthew (13 August 2008), "Burgess eyes a new target after near miss", Stockport Express (M.E.N. Media), retrieved 24 May 2009 
  42. ^ "Sir Joseph Whitworth, Engineer". The Industrial Heritage of Britain. Peter J Whitehead. Retrieved 29 June 2009. 
  43. ^ "Manchester Celebrities - Philanthropy, Philosophy & Religion (2 of 5)". Papillon Graphics' Virtual Encyclopedia of Greater Manchester. John Moss, Papillon (Manchester UK) Limited. 14 Mar 2009. Retrieved 29 June 2009. 
  44. ^ "Feature: Shed Seven". ready-steady-go.org.uk. Retrieved 26 October 2009. [dead link]
  45. ^ "Mike Yarwood". Internet Movie Database. Retrieved 2 February 2012.