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The name Admaston is derived from the Anglo-Saxon personal name Ēadmund and means 'Ēadmund‘s town'; it was recorded in the 12th century as Edmundestone and Admerdeston, and in the 13th century as Admundestan and Edmundestone.
- Lennox, Marsya (1 March 2002). "Property: For What it's Worth - A slice of country status". The Birmingham Post (England). Archived from the original on 24 September 2015. Retrieved 16 August 2015.
Blithfield Hall at Admaston in Staffordshire(subscription required)
- Duigan, W. H. (1902). Notes on Staffordshire Place Names. London: Henry Frowde, Oxford University Press. p. 2.
- The Citizen's District Staff of Correspondents (30 October 1937). "Origin of Place Names in District: Admaston". The Ottawa Evening Citizen (115). Ottawa, Canada. p. 19. Retrieved 16 August 2015.
Admaston in Renfrew county was named after a village in Staffordshire, England.
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