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"APPLETON. Probably from Appleton in Yorkshire although there is more than one place of the name in England. Robert de Aplinden or Aplintoune in Annandale was forfeited in the reign of Robert Bruce (RMS., i, p. 520). Robert de Aplinton or Appylton had a charter of land in the burgh of Invemys from Robert n in 1378 (RMS., i, 649, 683), and two years later, as de Apyltoun, he reappears as a burgess and person of consequence in the burgh (Inoemessiana, p. 79, 80). He is doubtless the Robert of Appyltoun who witnessed a charter by Hugh Fraser, lord of Kynnelle, of land in Angus c. 1390 (Southesk. p. 718). Cf. APLINDENE. "(The surnames of Scotland. George Fraser Black, 1866-1948)
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|Edward Victor Appleton||Sir Edward Victor Appleton, GBE, KCB, FRS (6 September 1892 ? 21 April 1965) was an English physicist.|
|Alistair Appleton||Alistair Appleton (born 1970 in Tunbridge Wells, Kent, UK) is a British television presenter.|
|Natalie Appleton||Natalie Jane Appleton Howlett (born May 14, 1973) is a Canadian pop singer who rose to fame as a member of the band All Saints.|
|Nicole Appleton||Nicole Marie Appleton-Gallagher (born December 7, 1974) is a Canadian pop singer and rose to fame as a member of All Saints.|
|Steve Appleton||Steve Appleton (born 1960) is the CEO of Micron Technology, based in Boise, Idaho.|
|Nathan Appleton||Nathan Appleton (October 1, 1779 ? July 14, 1861) was an American merchant and politician.|
|Daniel Appleton||Daniel Appleton (December 10 1785 ? March 27 1849) was an American publisher.|
|William Henry Appleton||William Henry Appleton (January 27, 1814 ? October 19, 1899) was an American publisher, eldest son and successor of Daniel Appleton.|
|George Swett Appleton||George Swett Appleton (1821?1878) was an American publisher, the third son of Daniel Appleton.|
|William Appleton||William Appleton (November 16, 1786 ? February 15, 1862) was a congressman from Massachusetts from 1851 to 1855 and briefly during the Civil War.|
|Dudi Appleton||David Jeremy Nicholas Appleton (born 1969 in Belfast, Northern Ireland) is a journalist and film director.|
|John Appleton||John Appleton (February 11, 1815 ? August 22, 1864) was born in Beverly, Massachusetts and raised in Cumberland County, Maine.|
|Samuel Appleton||Samuel Appleton (June 22, 1766 ? July 12, 1853) was an American merchant and philanthropist, active in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Great Britain.|
|Michael Appleton||Michael Antony Appleton (born 4 December 1975 in Salford) is a retired English footballer who played as a midfielder until his playing career was cut short by a serious knee injury.|
|Charles Appleton||Charles Appleton played 3 matches of first class cricket for Yorkshire County Cricket Club in 1885 which happened to comprise three of Yorkshire's heaviest ever defeats.|
|Colin Appleton||Colin Appleton (born 7 March 1936 in Scarborough) is a former footballer who played as a wing-half.|
|Emily Appleton||Emily Appleton was a Boston socialite and animal lover who provided financial support for the foundation of the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in 1868.|
|Lloyd Appleton||Lloyd Otto Appleton (February 1, 1906 ? March 17, 1999) was a American wrestler who competed in the 1928 Summer Olympics.|
|John F. Appleton||John Francis Appleton (August 29, 1838 ? August 31, 1870) was a Union general in the American Civil War from the state of Maine.|