The last name Kinch has an interesting history in Europe dating back to the middle ages. Kinch was originally from British origins. This was a regular term throughout the Middle Ages in Southern England, but now the surname is fairly widespread.
Kinch is the 1981st most common last name in Europe. In the UK alone there are 43383 people with the surname Kinch. The county of Cornwall in England currently holds the greatest density of families with the surname Kinch. If history is to be believed the early 18th century Kinch's liked a drink or three. Never too far from controversy two brothers Michael Kinch and Greg Kinch were sent to jail in 1863 for allegedly stealing a cow.