Bruton (disambiguation)

Bruton may refer to:


* Bruton, a village and civil parish in Somerset, England


* John Bruton, Ambassador of the European Union to the United States of America.
* Richard Bruton, Opposition Spokesperson on Finance in Ireland.
* Bill Bruton, center fielder for the Milwaukee Braves.
* Cal Bruton, head coach of the West Sydney Razorbacks.
* C. J. Bruton, Basketball player with the Brisbane Bullets.
* Jack Bruton, footballeur (soccer) in the English Premier League, born as John Bruton.
* Kris Bruton
* Niall Bruton, athletics - middle distance track runner (retired)
* Ogden Bruton
* Bruton Smith


* Bruton Abbey
* Bruton Parish Church
* Bruton High School
* Bruton School for Girls
* King's School, Bruton
* Bruton's tyrosine kinase
* Bruton railway station
* Bruton Railway Cutting
* Cole (for Bruton) railway station
* Bruton and Pineora Railway

ee also

* Burton

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