Warton is the name of several places in England:

  • Warton, Fylde, a village between Preston and Lytham St. Annes, Lancashire
    • Bryning-with-Warton, civil parish containing Warton
    • Warton Aerodrome, a BAE Systems airfield near the above village
  • Warton, Lancaster, a village in north Lancashire
  • Warton, Warwickshire
  • Warton, Northumberland, a hamlet near Rothbury

Warton is also a surname, which may refer to any of the following people:

  • Brett Warton (born 1975) Australian former rugby league player
  • Charles Warton (1832–1900) British and Australian politician
  • Dan Warton (born 1972) English drummer
  • Joseph Warton (1722–1800) English literary critic
  • Michael Warton (died 1645) (1593–1645), English politician
  • Robert Warton (umpire) (1847–1923), English cricket umpire
  • Robert Parfew, also known as Robert Warton, (died 1557), English Benedictine abbot
  • Thomas Warton (1728–1790) English literary historian and Poet Laureate
  • Thomas Warton the elder (c. 1688 – 1745), English clergyman and schoolmaster

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Warton, Lancaster - History
... By the start of the 13th Century, Warton had flourished into an important staging post on the route north to Carlisle, Northumbria and Scotland ... century confirmed the economic importance of Warton at that period ... It served as a residence and courthouse for the wealthy and powerful rectors of Warton ...
Constance Lytton
... Lady Constance Georgina Bulwer-Lytton (Jane Warton, Jane Wharton) (born 12 January 1869, Vienna, died 2 May 1923, Knebworth House) was an influential British suffragette activist, writer, speaker ... four times including once in Walton gaol in Liverpool under the nom de guerre Jane Warton, where she was force fed whilst on hunger strike ... She chose the alias and disguise of Jane Warton, an 'ugly London seamstress', to avoid receiving special treatment and privileges because of her family title ...
Thomas Warton
... Thomas Warton (9 January 1728 — 21 May 1790) was an English literary historian, critic, and poet ... He is sometimes called Thomas Warton the younger to distinguish him from his father Thomas Warton the elder ...
Brett Warton
... Brett Warton born 4 June 1975 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia is a former rugby league player ... Brett Warton's position of choice was on the wing ...
Aerospace Industry In The United Kingdom - Current Major Participants - BAE Systems
... The largest aerospace related locations of BAE Systems are Warton, Samlesbury, Brough and Woodford ... the British Eurofighter Typhoons, a collaborative European programme, is located at Warton ... All flight test activity for manned aircraft is undertaken from Warton, which is also the development centre within BAE Systems, for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV ...