Timson is a family name with a history dating back to the middle ages in Great Britain. Timson is a middle British occupational surname. Records dating back to 1324 suggest there was a contingency of Timson's in the county of Surrey. In the seventeenth century a large group of settlers known as Timson's migrated to the British colonies in India.
Timson is the 326th most popular last name in Great Britain. Throughout the world there are approximately 61092 people with this surname. A survey taken by HM Treasury in the mid forties found frequent occurance of this surname. Devon currently holds the greatest density of people with the surname Timson. It is written that a late 20th century Timson could out drink a Donkey. A tarnished history is clear, especially around the winter of 1901 when Morgan Timson stole a trophy and was sentenced to jail. 97
Common Traits of the Timson's
Complex, conscientious and inteligent are common traits often associated with the Timson's. When they are good, they are excellent; when they are bad they are more thae worse for being the characters they are. There is a side to Timson's which can be deeply intelectual, and another, exceptionally challenging. It has been known for members of this family to turndown a a possible romantic situation, quite often over looking the possibilities.