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People of Note

Colton has given birth to and housed a number of people of note, either within the county or nationally. Members of the Society have spent many thousands of hours researching local people who have had an impact on the lives of others, whether in Colton or further a field.

Currently, we have organised the resulting articles about some of these people and they are listed below. Please click on a name to see the full article.

Maybe one of these people is a relative! We welcome any further information you may have about this person and invite you to make contact with us to tell us more.

 

Articles about People of Note

   
  The DeWasteney Family
Lords of the Manor of Colton until the 14th. Century. (click here)
  John Heyliger Burt
18th Century owner of Colton House and plantations in the West Indies. (click here)
  The Aston Family
Lords of the Manor from the 17th.-18th. Century. Lord Aston an important courtier. (click here)
  Frederic Bonney
Victorian Explorer, botanist and distinguished photographer. (click here)
  The Blount Family
Lords of the Manor into the 18th.& 19th. Century. (click here)
  Rev. F. P. Parker
Rector of Colton and important Staffordshire Antiquarian. (click here)
  The Boughey Family
Their allegiance to their faith caused them great hardship in the 17th. Century. (click here)
  The Bagot Family
Lords of the smaller Colton Manor until the 20th. Century. (click here)

Featured Article
Frederic Bonney

Image: Photo of Frederic Bonney


A local man, who went exploring in Australia and took a unique collection of photographs of Aborigines.

Click here for the full article.