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old english (anglo-saxon)
WALD TŪN > WALTON

This name means “stream town, wood town”. Given name derived from the Old English (Anglo-Saxon) pre 7th century surname, pertaining to habitation or an inhabited region. It derives from either one of the various parishes called “Walton”, or from a lost medieval village somewhere in the south east of the country and called "Wolton". Probably the name comes from the Germanic “wald”, meaning “a wood” plus a topographical suffix site "tun", meaning “a farm, a hamlet, town.”

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