The surname Whicker has an interesting history in the UK dating back to the middle ages. Whicker is a early English occupational name. The earliest documentation of the surname was found in 1333 from the county of Surrey in England. During the time of the British Empire the name spread with the colonies to areas of America, Asia, India and Australia.
Whicker is the 386th most popular last name in the UK. In the UK alone there are 70020 people with the surname Whicker. Norfolk currently holds the largest density of people with the surname Whicker. An early 20th century Whicker was noted as a keen drinker after police allegedly escorted him out of no less than 8 pubs in a single night. A tarnished history is clear, especially around the year 1919 when Dean Whicker stole a vase and was sentenced to prison. 108
Most famous Whicker's
Some of the more famous Whicker's include: