'Aston' can also refer to...

Anthony Aston (c. 1682—1753) actor and playwright

Arthur Aston Luce (1882—1977)

Aston Cantlow

Aston Clinton

Aston Cokayne (1608—1684) poet and playwright

Aston 'Familyman' Barrett (b. 1946)

Aston Martin

Charles Aston Key (1793—1849) surgeon

Francis William Aston (1877—1945) physicist

Henry Aston Barker (1774—1856) panorama proprietor and painter

Henry Hervey Aston (1701—1748) poet and Church of England clergyman

Herbert Aston (c. 1599—1689) poet

Hugh Aston (c. 1485—1558) composer and choirmaster

John Aston (c. 1355—1402) Lollard preacher

John Aston (b. 1942)

Joseph Aston (1762—1844) journalist and playwright

Nigel Aston

Peter Aston (b. 1938)

Robert Aston Coffin (1819—1885) Roman Catholic bishop of Southwark

Sir Arthur Aston (c. 1591—1649) royalist army officer

Sir Aston Webb (1849—1930) architect

Sir George Grey Aston (1861—1938) Royal Marine officer and writer

Sir Richard Aston (1717—1778) judge

Sir Thomas Aston (1600—1646) apologist of the Church of England and local politician

Steeple Aston

Tilly Aston (1873—1947)

Tony Aston (1700—1750)

Trevor Henry Aston (1925—1985) historian and editor

Walter Aston (c. 1584—1639) diplomat


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Large village on the A57, 10 m. E of Sheffield. William Mason became rector (1754) and was host to Thomas Gray, who wrote to a friend that he ...

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