Research shows that the name Crudge has been around since the eleventh century. The earliest presence of the surname was found in 1116 from the county of Devon in England. This was a regular occupational term throughout the Middle Ages in Southern England, but now the surname is fairly widespread.
Crudge is the 1722nd most common last name in the world. Throughout the world there are approximately 82311 people with this last name. A survey taken by HM Treasury in nineteen fourty four found popular occurance of this surname. Devon currently holds the largest density of people with the last name Crudge. If history is to be believed the early 20th century Crudge's liked a drink or two. A tarnished past is evident, especially around the winter of 1853 when Dave Crudge stole a greyhound and was sentenced to prison.
Traits associated with Crudge
Previous generations of Crudge's have been spoken of as a outgoing bunch. Crudges are believed to be linked to Neptune which causes them to often be inteligent. When they are good, they are very attractive; when they are bad they are more thae worse for being the charming characters they are. Like children, they demand constant attention, encouragement, and the spending on them of time, getting upset if they dont get what they want. There is a side to Crudges which can be deeply intuitive, and another, increadibly challenging. It has been known for members of this family to avoid a possible romantic situation, quite often over analysing the potential. 123