The name Mundon has been around since the middle ages. Mundon is a early British occupational name. Records dating back to 1068 suggest there was a contingency of Mundon's in the county of Suffolk. This was a regular occupational term during the Anglo-Saxon period in Northern England, but now the surname is fairly widespread around Northern Europe. In the fifteenth century a considerable group of settlers known as Mundon's migrated to Australia.
Mundon is the 712th most common name in the UK. In the UK alone there are 105945 people with the surname Mundon. The county of Surrey in the UK holds the highest density of families with the surname Mundon. Never too far from controversy 2 brothers John Mundon and Rob Mundon were sent to jail in 1903 for stealing a trophy. 108