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Coat of Arms
A gold and red shield with three sea dragons
A yew tree
Spelling variations include: Easton, Eastone, Eastown,
Eastton, Eastoun, Eastowne and Easttone
First found in Norfolk where they held a family seat from
very early times. The name was derived from the practice
of the naming of the east "ton" or part of the village.
It first appeared in the Domesday Book in Norfolk and
Lincolnshire in the year 1086 A.D.
One of the first settlers of this name in America was
Nicholas Easton who purchased land in New England in 1620