Research shows that the last name Webber has been around since the ninth century. Webber is a early British occupational name. First historical evidence of the surname dates to the county of Somerset in 1275. The word Webber is believed to have derived from a Norman term.
Webber is the 1213th most popular last name in the world. World wide there are approximately 119723 people with this surname. The recently published 1911 census carried out by H.M. Treasury for the United Kingdom shows the largest number of Webber's in the county of Suffolk. A late eighteenth century Webber was noted as liking a drink after police allegedly escorted him out of no less than 7 taverns in a single night. Never too far from controversy 2 brothers Tim Webber and Rob Webber were sent to jail in 1851 for pinching a necklace.
Traits of the Webber family
Previous families of Webber's have been considered a perky bunch. Complex, conscientious and reliable are common traits often associated with the Webbers. They partake new activities enthusiastically but lack focus, constantly requiring new interests. Flitting from one interest to another as apparently purposelessly as a bumble bee buzzing around. When they are good, they are attractive; when they are bad they are more thae worse for being the characters they are. Often like children, they require constant attention, admiration, and time, getting upset if they dont get what they want. 104