The last name Coss has a great history in Great Britain dating back to the middle ages. Coss is a early English occupational name. First documented evidence of the surname dates to the county of Norfolk in 1206. The surname went global in the sixteenth century with the growth of the British empire.
Coss is currently at number 705 of the UK's most common surnames. In the UK alone there are 105397 people with the surname Coss. A survey conducted by HM Treasury in 1944 recorded popular occurance of this surname. Cambridgeshire currently holds the greatest density of people with the last name Coss. It is noted that a late 18th century Coss could out drink a Camel.
Some of the more famous Coss's are: