Lonie Paxton

Paxton

[pak-stuhn]
Paxton is an Anglo-Saxon word derived from "gardiner". As early as the 6th century, Anglo-Saxons began crossing from the European continent and settling in Great Britain. The family name Paxton seems to originate in Great Britain around 1250 AD. From there, the name later spread to America and many other places around the world. There are Paxton names of towns, last names, and also first names in use as well.

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