I have heard many times the town she came from. What about the town where she came from or the town which she came from?

Are both acceptable English?

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All three of these are acceptable English, but "the town she came from" would be the simplest and most popular choice. (Strictly speaking, you would need to use that instead of which, but that rule is sometimes ignored in informal speech.)

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