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Andrew Barton (c. 1470—1511) seaman and shipowner

Aszure Barton (b. 1975)

Barry Barton

Barton Booth (1681—1733) actor

Barton Bouchier (1794—1865) religious writer

Barton, Dick

Barton Myers (b. 1934)

Barton Warren Stone (1772—1844)


Bernard Barton (1784—1849) poet

Billy Barton (b. 1929)

Bruce Barton (1886—1967)

Charles Barton (1768—1843) barrister and legal writer

Clara Barton (1821—1912)

(David Wilfrid) Barton Maughan (1912—1988)

Earls Barton

Edward Barton (1563—1598) diplomat

Eileen Barton (1920—2006)

Eleanor Barton (1873—1960) socialist and co-operative movement activist

Elizabeth Barton (c. 1506—1534) Benedictine nun and visionary

Emma Barton (1872—1938)

George Burnett Barton (1836—1901)

Harry Barton (b. 1916)

J. Barton

James Barton (1890—1962)

Jennifer Barton

John Barton (c. 1605—1675) schoolmaster

John Barton


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The word is used especially in south‐west England, to mean either the home farm of a lord of a manor, a monastic farm or grange, or simply a barley farm. In modern times the word normally means a farmyard.

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