Experts believe the last name Weeden dates back to around the eighth century. Weeden is a Anglo-Saxon occupational surname of old French origins. This was a regular occupational term during the Anglo-Saxon period in Southern England, but now the surname is fairly widespread around Britain. The surname went global in the fifteenth century with the growth of the British empire.
Weeden is the 1865th most popular last name in Europe. A survey conducted by HM Treasury in 1944 found frequent occurance of this family name. A late eighteenth century Weeden was noted as liking a drink after police allegedly escorted him out of no less than 6 watering holes in a single night. 97
Most famous Weeden's
There are a number of famous Weeden's including:-