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Walton Genealogy & History

Walton is an English surname originally signifying someone from a town called Walton. Derived from Old English "wald", meaning woods, and "tun", meaning hamlet, it referred to a village in the woods. However, other possibilities include a "lost" medieval village called "Wolton" in southern England, and a derivation from Old English "weall-tun", meaning a building of stone. In England, Walton family history began with a feudal manor in Lancashire; American Waltons came to Virginia in 1623. A noted member of Walton genealogy is Valentine Walton, son-in-law of Oliver Cromwell and signatory on King Charles I's death warrant. The motto, "murus aeneus virtus", means "virtue is a wall of brass".

Walton Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
A Eugene Walton-- --, 1919September 18,1998IN
B Doris Walton-- --, 1924February 2,1993NJ
C D Walton-- --, 1916November 1,1999TN
D Louise Walton-- --, 1930December ,1991OK

Walton Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
E Estelle Walton-- --, 1921April 10,2007Richboro,PA
F Albert Walton-- --, 1920April 14,1999Ypsilanti,MI
G Bryan Walton-- --, 1915February ,1984Lancaster,SC
H Dean Walton-- --, 1935December 15,1993Las Vegas,NV

Walton Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Archie WaltonMary HuntMay 8,1948Wake, NC
Clarence WaltonLucille DunnJune 23,1934Wake, NC
Ernest WaltonOdell LeachDecember 22,1934Wake, NC
Gladys WaltonCarolyn BoykinMarch 27,1964Wake, NC

Most Common Surnames After Walton

389th: Fernandez390th: Waters
391st: Gill392nd: Maxwell
393rd: Hubbard394th: Ramos
395th: Park396th: Francis
397th: McGee398th: Silva

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