Patton

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Patton

[hundred] Patton was a hundred of Shropshire, England. Formed during Anglo-Saxon England, it encompassed manors in eastern central Shropshire, and was amalgamated during the reign of Henry I (1100 to 1135) with the neighbouring hundred of Culvestan to form the Munslow hundred. It included the upper Corvedale and the well-populated manors of...
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Patton

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Patton

Patton is an English name for boys and girls. The meaning is `town of the hero` The name Patton is -as far as we know- only given to American boys. The name sounds like: Payton, Button See also: Peyton, Patrick, Paddy, Paden
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