Somers

Somers refers to:

Persons
  • Bart Somers (b. 1964), Belgian politician
  • Brett Somers (1924–2007), Canadian-born American actress, singer, and comedienne
  • Charles Somers (1868–1934), American executive and investor in baseball
  • Daryl Somers (b. 1951), Australian television personality
  • George Somers, (1554–1610), British admiral who founded the colony of Bermuda in 1609
  • Harry Somers (1925–1999), Canadian composer
  • John Somers, 1st Baron Somers 1651–1716, Lord Chancellor of England under William III
  • Richard Somers (1778/1779–1804 ), officer of the United States Navy
  • Steve Somers (b. 1947), radio host on the New York City sports radio station WFAN
  • Suzanne Somers (b. 1946), American actress
  • Walter Somers (d. 1917), English industrialist
Places
  • Somers, Victoria, Australia
  • Somers, Connecticut
  • Somers, Iowa
  • Somers, Montana
  • Somers, New York
  • Somers Point, New Jersey
  • Somers, Wisconsin, a town
  • Somers (community), Wisconsin, an unincorporated community
Ships of the United States Navy
  • USS Somers

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Somers, Virginia
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Claude W. Somers (skipjack)
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Lord Somers Camp - History
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Somers Town (film)
... Somers Town is a 2008 film directed by Shane Meadows, written by Paul Fraser and produced by Barnaby Spurrier ... The film is a study of social environment in the Somers Town area of London, largely shot in black and white ...