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Arthur Bedford (1668—1745) Church of England clergyman and moral reformer

Bedford Clapperton Trevelyan Pim (1826—1886) naval officer and barrister

Bedford Institute of Oceanography

Bedford, John of Lancaster, duke of (1389—1435) regent of France and prince

Bedford level

Bedford Master

Bedford Music-Hall

Brian Bedford (b. 1935)

David Bedford (b. 1937)

Francis Bedford (1816—1894) lithographer and photographer

Francis Bedford (1799—1883) bookbinder

Francis Donkin Bedford (1864—1954)

Francis Octavius Bedford (1784—1858)

H. Bedford

(Henry) Bedford Lemere (1865—1944) architectural photographer

Hilkiah Bedford (1663—1724) bishop of the nonjuring Church of England

Jasper Tudor, 1st earl of Pembroke and 1st duke of Bedford (c. 1431—1495) magnate

Jean Bedford (b. 1946)

Jessie Bedford (1853—1918) novelist and historian

John Bedford (1903—1980) department store manager

John Bedford (1810—1879) Wesleyan Methodist minister

Luke Bedford (b. 1978)

Nathan Bedford Forrest (1821—1877)

Paul John Bedford (1792—1871) actor

Randolph Bedford (1868—1941)

Richard Bedford

Richard Bedford Bennett (1870—1947) prime minister of Canada

Richard D. Bedford

Richard Perry Bedford (1883—1967) sculptor and curator


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County town on the Ouse, where John Bunyan was imprisoned from 1660 to 1672 for preaching without a licence and where he wrote The Pilgrim's Progress, Grace Abounding, and ...

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