The last name Sykes has been established in Europe for nearly 100 years. Sykes is a early Anglo-Saxon occupational surname. The surname went global in the sixteenth and seventeenth century with the growth of the British empire and the establishment of independant colonies.
Sykes is the 1160th most popular last name in Europe. In the UK alone there are 120640 people with the surname Sykes. Wiltshire currently holds the highest density of families with the last name Sykes. A late 18th century Sykes was noted as a keen drinker after police allegedly threw him out of no less than six taverns in a single night. A tarnished history is evident, particularly around the summer of 1875 when Tim Sykes stole a greyhound and was sentenced to prison. 110
Traits associated with Sykes
The Sykes's are highly regarded for their outgoing personalities. Elusive, egocentric and charismatic are common traits often associated with the Sykess. They take up new activities enthusiastically but lack focus, constantly needing new interests. Flitting from project to project as apparently purposelessly as a butterfly. Often like children, they require constant attention, admiration, and effort, getting upset if they dont get what they want.
Most famous Sykes's
The most famous Sykes's include:-
Eve Sykes | Catherine Sykes | Archie Sykes | Matthew Sykes | Abigail Sykes | Chloe Sykes | Mohammed Sykes | Joshua Sykes | Francesca Sykes | Luke Sykes | David Sykes | Lucy Sykes | Jasmine Sykes | Louise Sykes | Leah Sykes | William Sykes | Harvey Sykes | Natasha Sykes | Alex Sykes | Mohammad Sykes | Ellis Sykes | Hollie Sykes | Maisie Sykes | Madison Sykes | Bethany Sykes | Robert Sykes | Isabel Sykes | Joe Sykes | Max Sykes |