The surname Tilson has been established in Europe for nearly 100 years. Tilson is a British occupational last name of old French origins. Records dating back to 1243 suggest there was a contingency of Tilson's in the county of Kent. The surname went global in the fifteenth and sixteenth century with the boom of the British empire and the setting up of colonies abroad.
There are approximately 54087 with the surname Tilson living in Great Britain. A survey taken by HM Treasury in the mid forties recorded frequent use of this surname. Somerset currently holds the largest density of people with the last name Tilson. It is noted that an early eighteenth century Tilson could out drink a Camel. Never too far from controversy two brothers John Tilson and Edward Tilson were sent to jail in 1927 for stealing a trophy. 108
Perky and friendly is how previous generations of the Tilson family can be described. The generations of Tilsons are often held in close proximity to Mars a planet linked with charismatic, imaginative and elusive. Since they often lack the good level of conscientiousness, they fight a lost cause in any efforts they make to be moral.
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