Bolton (disambiguation)

Bolton is a large town in Greater Manchester. It may also refer to:
*Metropolitan Borough of Bolton
*Bolton Wanderers F.C.
*Bolton, Cumbria, England
*Bolton, East Riding of Yorkshire
*Bolton, Northumberland
*Bolton, East Lothian

In the USA:

*Bolton, Connecticut
*Bolton, Massachusetts
*Bolton, Mississippi
*Bolton, New York
*Bolton Landing, New York
*Bolton, North Carolina
*Bolton, Vermont

In Canada:

*Bolton, Ontario

Other places with similar names include:

*Bolton Abbey, North Yorkshire
*Bolton Percy, North Yorkshire
*Bolton-by-Bowland, Lancashire
*Bolton-le-Sands, Lancashire
*Bolton-on-Dearne, South Yorkshire
*Bolton-on-Swale, North Yorkshire
*Boltonfellend, Cumbria
*Boltongate, Cumbria
*Castle Bolton, North Yorkshire

Several famous people have the name Bolton:

*Barry Bolton - English myrmecologist
*Clint Bolton - Australian goalkeeper
*Cecil Bolton (1904-1993) - American baseball player
*Charles Thomas Bolton (born 1943), American astronomer
*Dave Bolton - British rugby league footballer
*Elmer Keiser Bolton (1886-1968) - Prominent chemist and research director at DuPont
*Emily Bolton - actress
*Geoffrey Bolton - Western Australian academic historian
*Several notable people have the name John Bolton:
**John R. Bolton, former US ambassador to the UN
**John Gatenby Bolton – British-Australian astronomer (1922–1993)
**John Bolton (comic book artist) (1951-) - British comic book artist and subject of Neil Gaiman's "A Short Film About John Bolton" (2003)
*Kerry Bolton - Occultist and far-right activist
*Michael Bolton - Singer

ee also

*Josh Bolten (often misspelled as Josh Bolton)
*House Bolton - Fictional House in George RR Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire" series

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