Britton is a family name that research shows has been established since the eleventh century. Britton is a middle Anglo-Saxon occupational surname. The word Britton is thought to have come from a Anglo-Saxon term. The surname went global in the sixteenth century with the boom of the British empire.
Britton is currently at number 173 of the UK's most common surnames. There are approximately 35067 with the surname Britton living in Great Britain. A tarnished history is evident, particularly around the winter of 1907 when Greg Britton stole a horse and was sentenced to prison.
The Britton's are well known for their perky personalities. The generations of Brittons are often held in close proximity to Saturn a planet linked with reliable, conscientious and complex. They take up new activities enthusiastically but lack focus, constantly requiring new interests. Moving from interest to interest as apparently purposelessly as a butterfly dancing from flower to flower. To them life is a game which must always be full of fresh motivation and continuous enjoyment. Switching horses in the middle of the race is another small quirk in the Britton personality which makes decisivness, and carrying through a decision particularly difficult. Since they often lack the good level of conscientiousness, they partake in a losing battle in any efforts they make to be outgoing. They refract every change in their own surroundings and can often become pessimistic and very self-centered. 110
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