Research shows that the family name Bosher has been around since the eleventh century. Bosher is a middle British occupational last name. Records dating back to 1496 suggest there was a contingency of Bosher's in the county of Cornwall. This was a regular term during the Middle Ages in Northern England, but now the name is fairly widespread around the UK.
World wide there are around 111390 people with this surname. The recently published nineteen eleven census carried out by H.M. Treasury for the UK and Ireland shows the largest number of Bosher's in the county of Oxfordshire. An early eighteenth century Bosher was noted as a keen drinker after police allegedly threw him out of no less than 6 pubs in one evening. In 1891 a person called Dave Bosher was jailed for reasons unknown.
Traits of the Bosher family
Happy and friendly is how previous generations of the Bosher family can be described. The common traits associated with Boshers are imaginative, inteligent and elusive. They partake new activities reguarly but lack application, constantly requiring new interests. Moving from interest to interest as apparently purposelessly as a water falling from a fountain. To them the world is a play ground which must always be filled with fresh ideas and continuous enjoyment. 102
Most famous Bosher's
Famous Bosher's include: