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Barton

Barton may refer to:

Contents

  • Places 1
    • Australia 1.1
    • Canada 1.2
    • England 1.3
    • United States 1.4
    • Elsewhere 1.5
  • People 2
  • Businesses 3
  • Other uses 4

Places

Australia

Canada

England

United States

Elsewhere

People

Businesses

  • Barton Organ Company, an American theater pipe organ manufacturer
  • Barton Transport, a ceased Nottinghamshire (UK) bus operating company
  • Barton Brands, makers of liquor

Other uses

  • Barton (demesne), historically synonymous with a feudal demesne in the English Westcountry, now typically meaning a large farmhouse or the manor house
  • Barton, a development code name for an Athlon XP microprocessor
  • Barton Town, a virtual town in Gaia Online


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