Stratford

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Stratford may refer to:

As a British family name, it particularly refers to the historic Stratford family, and is an Anglo-Saxon territorial name. The Stratford family have spawned numerous religious, cultural and political leaders, multiple Bishops, Arch-Bishops, Viscountcies, Baronies and an Earldom, and either gave their name to or took it from Stratford-upon-Avon in the 12th century. The people listed below do not necessarily belong to this family.

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England[edit]

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Gloucestershire[edit]

  • Stratford Park is a green flag awarded area of Stroud in Gloucestershire, south west England.

Suffolk[edit]

  • Stratford St Mary is a village in Suffolk, England in the heart of 'Constable Country'. John Constable painted a number of paintings in and around Stratford.
  • Stratford St Andrew is a small village and a civil parish just off the A12 road, in the Suffolk Coastal District, in the English county of Suffolk.

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Buckinghamshire[edit]

  • Fenny Stratford, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England
  • Old Stratford is a village in the south of the English county of Northamptonshire, on the border of Buckinghamshire
  • Stony Stratford, a constituent town of Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England
  • Water Stratford, a village in Buckinghamshire, England

Hampshire[edit]

  • Stratford Saye, a village in Hampshire, England - also called Stratford Sea, Strathfieldsay and Stratfield Saye
  • Stratford Turgis, a village in Hampshire, England - also called Stratfield Turgis
  • Stratford Mortimer, a civil parish and village in Berkshire and part of Hampshire - also called Stratfield Mortimer

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