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Egerton is a given name and surname.
Egerton may also refer to:
- Egerton family
- Baron Egerton
- Earl Egerton
- Sir Roland Egerton, 1st Bt (1600–1646)
- Sir John Egerton, 2nd Bt (c1638–1674)
- Sir John Egerton, 3rd Bt ( -1701)
- Sir Holland Egerton, 4th Bt ( –1730)
- Sir Edward Egerton, 5th Bt ( –1743/4)
- Sir Thomas Grey Egerton, 6th Bt ( –1756)
- Sir Thomas Egerton, 7th Bt (1749–1814)
- Sir John Egerton, 8th Bt (1749–1825), later Grey-Egerton (see: Grey-Egerton, baronets, later Earl of Wilton of Wilton Castle and Viscount Grey de Wilton in the Peerage of Great Britain)
- Sir Philip de Malpas Grey-Egerton, 10th Bt
- Sir Philip le Belward Grey-Egerton, 11th Bt
- Sir Philip Henry Brian Grey-Egerton, 12th Bt
- Rev Sir Brooke de Malpas Grey-Egerton, 13th Bt
- Judy Egerton (1928–2012), Australian-born British art historian and curator
- Taron Egerton (born 1989), Welsh actor
- Egerton Ryerson, Ryerson University (Toronto), Ryerson Press (McGraw-Hill Ryerson), and the Township of Ryerson in the Parry Sound District, Ontario, named after him, as well as the small park, Ryerson Park, in the city of Owen Sound, at the northeast corner of 8th Street East and 5th Avenue East. There is also an intersection of two small streets in Toronto, Egerton Lane and Ryerson Avenue, between Spadina and Bathurst north of Queen Street West.
- Egerton, Cheshire, England
- Egerton, Greater Manchester, England
- Egerton, Kent, England
- Egerton, Nova Scotia, Canada
- Egerton, Southgate, Ontario, Canada
- Egerton (tug), a number of tugs with this name
- Egerton Collection, a notable collection of manuscripts in the British Library
- Egerton Gospel, fragments of an unknown Gospel found in Egypt
- Ryerson Township - History of Ryerson
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