Hampden

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Hampden, Alabama - Geography
... Hampden is located at 32°04′54″N 87°37′44″W / 32.08153°N 87.62889°W / 32.08153 -87.62889Coordinates 32°04′54″N 87°37′44″W / 32.08153°N 87.62889°W ...
List Of Scottish Cup Winners - Results - Results
... Notes 1873–74 Queen's Park 2–0 Clydesdale Hampden Park (original) 2,500 1874–75 Queen's Park 3–0 Renton Hampden Park (original) 7,000 1875–76 Queen's Park 1–1 ... Mirren Hampden Park 58,000 1909–10 Dundee 2–2 Clyde Ibrox Park 60,000 (R) Dundee 0–0 * Clyde Ibrox Park 25,000 (SR) Dundee 2–1 Clyde Ibrox Park 25,000 1910–11 Celtic 0–0 Hamilton Academical Ibrox ... Mirren 2–0 Celtic Hampden Park 98,000 1926–27 Celtic 3–1 East Fife Hampden Park 80,070 1927–28 Rangers 4–0 Celtic Hampden Park 118,115 1928–29 Kilmarnock 1–0 ...
Charles Stetson
... New Ipswich, New Hampshire on November 2, 1801, but moved with his parents to Hampden, Maine in 1802 ... of the nearby town of Stetson, Maine, where Simeon had briefly settled before moving to Hampden ... years old when a British invasion force sacked the town of Hampden and terrorized its inhabitants following the Battle of Hampden (1814) ...
Lesser Hampden
... Lesser Hampden is a football stadium in Glasgow, Scotland, which is located immediately beside the western end of Hampden Park ... The club purchased a farm to the west of Hampden Park and built a pitch and stands ... When it opened in 1924, Lesser Hampden had a capacity of 12,000 ...
Mount Hampden
... Mount Hampden is a village in Mashonaland East province in Zimbabwe ... Mount Hampden was named by the hunter and explorer Frederick Courtney Selous after John Hampden the Puritan leader during the Cromwellian Wars in Britain ...