Recent research shows that the surname Bonny has been established in Europe for over 1100 years. Bonny was originally from English origins. Records dating back to 1125 suggest there was a contingency of Bonny's in the county of Kent. During the period of the British Empire the name spread with the colonies to areas of America, Asia, India and Australia.
Bonny is currently at number 457 of the UK's most common names. In the UK alone there are 79655 people with the surname Bonny. The nineteen eleven census carried out by H.M. Treasury for the UK shows the highest number of Bonny's in the county of Worcestershire. If history is to be believed the late eighteenth century Bonny's liked a drink or six. In 1904 a man called Frank Bonny was jailed for reasons unknown. 114
Lively and friendly is how previous generations of the Bonny family can be described. Bonnys are believed to be linked to Mercury which causes them to often be reliable. They partake new activities enthusiastically but lack application, constantly needing new interests. Moving from one interest to another as apparently purposelessly as a bumble bee buzzing around. Since they often lack the good level of conscientiousness, they fight a losing battle in any attempts they make to be outgoing. Often like children, they demand constant attention, admiration, and the spending on them of time, throwing tantrums if they dont get what they want.
Most famous Bonny's
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