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Stubbs may refer to:
- Stubbs, California, former name of Clearlake Oaks, California, census-designated place in United States
- Stubbs, Kentucky
- Stubbs, Wisconsin, town in United States
- Stubbs, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, town in Saint Vincent
- Stubbs, last name of the main character in the video game Stubbs the Zombie in "Rebel Without a Pulse"
- 'Mr. Stubbs', a range of figures produced in the 1990s by Cavalcade Collectibles of Galashiels, Selkirkshire in Scotland
- Stubbs, a cat who was elected mayor of the town of Talkeetna, Alaska in 1997 and served for over 15 years.
People with surname Stubbs
- Alan Stubbs, English footballer
- Bruce Stubbs, Canadian politician
- Christopher B. "Stubb" Stubblefield, BBQ restaurateur and chef, musician
- Christopher Stubbs, US Astrophysicist
- Charles William Stubbs, 19th-20th century clergyman
- Drew Stubbs, American baseball player
- Eddie Stubbs, American radio disc jockey
- Frank Edward Stubbs, World War I recipient of the Victoria Cross
- George Stubbs, 18th century painter
- Gertrude Stubbs, fictional Canadian pirate created by Carolyn McTaggart
- Harry Clement Stubbs, American science fiction writer, as "Hal Clement"
- Imogen Stubbs, British actress
- John Heath-Stubbs, British poet and translator
- John Stubbs, 16th century pamphleteer
- Levi Stubbs. singer with The Four Tops
- Lewis St. George Stubbs, Canadian politician
- Marie Stubbs, British educator
- Philip Stubbs, 16th century pamphleteer
- Ray Stubbs, British Sports Broadcaster
- Reginald Edward Stubbs, governor of Hong Kong
- Rennae Stubbs, Australian tennis player
- Richard Stubbs, Australian radio presenter and comedian
- Stephen Stubbs, American lutenist and director
- Una Stubbs, British actress and dancer
- William Stubbs, historian and bishop of Oxford
- Stub (disambiguation) (includes Stub and Stubb)
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