And Easton references a place like so many of the other Palin names.
When Easton came to his senses, he found himself warming by the fire.
Into the midst of this noise and bustle came Miss Easton and Jack.
Bert resolved that he would tell him what Crass had been saying to Easton.
"Yes, that is what every one is talking about," Easton said.
He lost estate after estate, until in 1670 he parted with his last piece of property, Easton Pierse.
It will be a nuisance your having to exert yourself, won't it, Easton?
He settled in Easton, of which town he was one of the original proprietors.
On the evening of that day Skinner rushed into Easton's tent.
Easton said he did not want any tea, and went upstairs to bed almost immediately.