Wheadon is a name that research shows has been established since the eighth century. Wheadon is a early British occupational last name. First historical evidence of the surname dates to the county of Wiltshire in 1415.
There are approximately 105711 with the name Wheadon living in Great Britain. A late 18th century Wheadon was noted as a keen drinker after police allegedly threw him out of no less than seven taverns in a single evening. Never too far from controversy a pair of brothers Michael Wheadon and Edward Wheadon were sent to jail in 1865 for stealing a bracelet.
Traits of the Wheadon family
The Wheadon family have been linked to the planet Mercury causing them to be knowledgable, conscientious and complex. Switching horses in the middle of the race is another small quirk in the Wheadon personality which makes decision making, and carrying through a decision particularly difficult for them. When they are good, they are attractive; when they are bad they are more thae worse for being the charming characters they are. 104