'Waltons' can also refer to...

Amy Catherine Walton (1849—1939) children's writer

Arthur Walton (1897—1959) physiologist

Arthur Walton Rowe (1859—1926) doctor and geologist

Brian Walton (1600—1661) bishop of Chester and biblicist

Cecile Walton (1891—1956) painter and illustrator

Cedar Walton (b. 1934)

Christopher Walton (1809—1877) collector of theosophical works

Cockcroft–Walton generator

D. W. H. Walton

Edward Arthur Walton (1860—1922) painter

Elijah Walton (1832—1880) landscape painter

Ernest Thomas Sinton Walton (1903—1995) physicist

Frederick Edward Walton (1834—1928) inventor of linoleum

Frederick Parker Walton (1858—1948) jurist

George Walton (c. 1749—1804) revolutionary politician in America

George Walton (1867—1933) designer and architect

Henry Walton (1746—1813) painter and picture dealer

Izaak Walton (1593—1683) author and biographer

Izaak Walton Killam (1885—1955)

J. Michael Walton

Jacob Walton (1709—1743) mathematical controversialist

James Walton (1803—1883) card clothing manufacturer and innovator

Janet Walton

(John Turner) Walton Newbold (1888—1943) journalist and politician

John Walton (fl. c. 1400—1420) translator and Augustinian canon

John Walton (c. 1410—1494) archbishop of Dublin

Katharine Walton

Kendall Walton (b. 1939)

Kendall Walton

Kerry D. Walton


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Formed in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, in 1987 the Waltons line-up is greatly reduced in comparison with the extended family featured on the television series of the same name. The bands ...

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