The name Sturrock has been around since the middle ages. In the seventeenth century a large group of travellers known as Sturrock's migrated to the British colonies in India.
Sturrock is currently at number 2044 of the UK's most common surnames. A survey taken by HM Treasury in 1944 recorded frequent occurance of this surname. The 1911 census carried out by H.M. Treasury for the UK shows the largest number of Sturrock's in the county of Oxfordshire. If a certain legal document is to be believed the early 19th century Sturrock's liked a drink or three. A tarnished past is evident, especially around the summer of 1881 when Greg Sturrock stole a cow and was sentenced to prison. 114
Traits of the Sturrock family
Happy and friendly is how previous generations of the Sturrock family can be described. Sturrocks are believed to be linked to Uranus which causes them to often be inteligent. Once in love they are unsettled, not intentionally so but because of the basic inconsistency of their thought processes.
There are some famous Sturrock's...