Beresford

Beresford can refer to: People

Places

  • Beresford, British Columbia
  • Beresford, Republic of Ireland
  • Beresford, Manitoba
  • Beresford, New Brunswick within Beresford Parish, New Brunswick
  • Beresford, South Dakota
  • Beresford, Western Australia
  • Beresford Dale, in Derbyshire, England
  • The Beresford, a luxury apartment building on Central Park West in New York City
  • The Beresford Hotel, Glasgow, Scotland

Other

  • 5682 Beresford, an asteroid

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Lord Marcus Beresford
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Sir John Beresford, 1st Baronet - Naval Career
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