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James Beresford (1764—1840) writer

John Beresford (1738—1805) politician

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(John) Beresford Stuart Gabriel (1888—1979) machine tool manufacturer

Lord Charles Beresford (1846—1919) naval officer

Lord John George Beresford (1773—1862) Church of Ireland archbishop of Armagh

Louisa Anne Beresford (1818—1891) watercolour painter and philanthropist

Marcus Gervais Beresford (1801—1885) Church of Ireland archbishop of Armagh

Maurice Warwick Beresford (1920—2005) economic historian

Michael Beresford Foster (1903—1959)

Robert Beresford Seymour Sewell (1880—1964) zoologist

Sir Beresford Clark (1902—1968) broadcasting executive

Sir David Charles Beresford Holden (1915—1998) civil servant

Sir Harold Beresford Butler (1883—1951) civil servant

Sir John Poo Beresford (1766—1844) naval officer and politician

Sir Mark Beresford Russell Grant Sturgis (1884—1949) civil servant in Ireland

Steve Beresford (b. 1950)

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A leading political dynasty of the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Tristram Beresford (b. 1574) came to Ireland as manager for the Irish Society of the Londonderry Plantation. The ...

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