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Source: Martin Bodman

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Stogumber () is a village and civil parish in Somerset, England, on the eastern flank of the Brendon Hills. Besides Stogumber village itself, the parish includes the hamlets of Ashbeer, Capton, Escott, Higher Vexford, Kingswood, Lower Vellow, Lower Vexford, Preston, and Vellow. The village is on the route of the Samaritans Way South West.

The name comes from the Old English Stoke meaning 'place' or 'dairy farm' with the addition in 1225 of the personal name Gunner.

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Stogumber, West Somerset, United Kingdom

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