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This index provides links to some of the more interesting and colourful of people associatied with Hungerford.

- Coral Atkins - Actress and children's campaigner.

- Bill Barnes - water-keeper and bailiff for the Town & Manor, trombone player, part-time fireman.

- Caleb Camburn - headmaster of two Hungerford schools, and founder of a local Educational Charity.

- J A G "Jack" Coates, CBE, DFC - Aviator, industialist and fisherman.

- E L "Jim" Davis - Local historian, past Constable, and Trustee of the Town & Manor.

- Lord Fermoy - District and Town Councillor, and Mayor - of Eddington House.

John of Gaunt - the great landowner, and provider of local "common" rights.

- Capt James M Harris, OBE - a mariner who retired to Hungerford.

- Simon de Montfort - founder of parliament in the 13th century, owner of Hungerford Park.

- The Lady of Lions - famous local entertainer.

- Frank Goodall - the Last Huntsman of the Royal Buckhousnds, and landlord of The Three Swans Hotel.

- "Daddy" Knight - eccentric man living on the Common.

- Lieutenant Commander John Manners, DSC - Distinguished wartime naval commander and the oldest surviving first-class cricketer.

- 2nd Baron Morris - buried in St Saviour's churchyard.

- Sir William Pearce - shipbuilder, owner of Chilton Lodge.

- John "Tom" Simson - famous local artist.

- Alan Smith, OBE - Rtd Major, and his connection with the Brighton bombing

- Frederick T G Tremlett - widely travelled, but what is his connection to Hungerford?

- W C R (William) Whalley - scientist and man of letters.