The last name Weymouth has an interesting history in the UK dating back to the middle ages. Records dating back to 1153 suggest there was a contingency of Weymouth's in the county of Suffolk. The word Weymouth is thought to have come from a Anglo-Saxon term. The surname went global in the sixteenth and seventeenth century with the boom of the British empire.
Weymouth is currently at number 1797 of the UK's most popular last names. There are approximately 72419 with the surname Weymouth living in Europe. If history is to be believed the early 19th century Weymouth's liked a drink or six. In 1914 a man named David Weymouth was jailed for reasons unknown.
Common Traits of the Weymouth's
Previous families of Weymouth's have been spoken of as a happy bunch. The common traits associated with Weymouth's are egocentric, reliable and complex. Switching horses in the middle of the stream is another small quirk in the Weymouth personality which makes decision making, and carrying out a decision difficult. 101