Experts believe the name Bostock dates back to around the eleventh century. Bostock is a middle British occupational surname. First documented evidence of the surname dates to the county of Hampshire in 1357. This was a regular term during the Anglo-Saxon period in Northern England, but now the name is fairly widespread around Britain.
Bostock is currently at number 1748 of the UK's most common last names. There are approximately 79009 with the name Bostock living in the UK. The county of Somerset in the UK currently holds the highest density of families with the surname Bostock. Never too far from controversy a pair of brothers Dave Bostock and Tim Bostock were sent to jail in 1855 for stealing a horse.
Happy and friendly is how previous generations of the Bostock family can be described. Due to the families historscope being aligned with Jupiter, the planet of legacies, The Bostocks can often be complex and imaginative. Since they often lack the good level of conscientiousness, they fight a lost cause in any efforts they make to be outgoing. 121