The name Crookes has been around since the middle ages. Crookes was originally from British origins. The earliest documentation of the surname was found in 1214 in the county of Oxfordshire in England.
Crookes is currently at number 404 of the UK's most common names. There are approximately 72558 with the last name Crookes living in the UK. Hampshire currently holds the largest density of people with the last name Crookes. It is written that an early 18th century Crookes could out drink a Horse. 116
Traits of the Crookes family
The Crookes's are highly regarded for their lively personalities. The surname is historically linked with Jupiter, causing Crookess to often be elusive and energetic. Often like children, they require constant attention, encouragement, and the spending on them of time, getting upset if they do not get what they feel they deserve. There is a side to Crookess which can become deeply interesting, and another, very irritable.
Most famous Crookes's
Famous Crookes's include: