EATON Family Outline Descent Tree(s) (ODT)
Name formsEaton, Eatton, Eton, Eyton
Derived from the Old English words ēa or ēg and tūn meaning river or island, and settlement.
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[1776-1842] – American botanist
A Manual of Botany for the Northern States (1817); Lecturer on natural science; Professor at Rensselaer School (now Polytechnic Inst.).
|EATON, Daniel Cady
[1834-1895] – American botanist
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