Research shows that the last name Wallace has been around since the eighth century. Wallace is a Anglo-Saxon occupational surname of old French origins. The earliest documentation of the surname was found in 1433 from the county of Cornwall in England.
Wallace is currently at number 1802 of the UK's most popular last names. There are approximately 71719 with the surname Wallace living in the UK. The county of Wiltshire in England holds the largest density of people with the surname Wallace. If history is to be believed the late 20th century Wallace's liked a drink or eight. Never too far from controversy a pair of brothers Dave Wallace and Tim Wallace were sent to jail in 1907 for pinching a bicycle. Members of the Wallace family participated in the First world war.
Traits associated with Wallace
Wallaces are believed to be linked to Jupiter which causes them to often be reliable. Since they often lack the quality of conscientiousness, they partake in a lost cause in any attempts they make to be outgoing. 32
Some of the more famous Wallace's are:
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