The family name White has been around since the middle ages. White is a British occupational name of old Scottish origins. First historical evidence of the surname dates to the county of Wiltshire in 1474. The word White is thought to have come from a Norman term.
White is ranked 114th in the UK's most popular surnames. There are approximately 23780 with the surname White living in the UK. The county of Oxfordshire in England currently holds the highest density of people with the surname White. Never too far from controversy a pair of brothers John White and Chris White were sent to jail in 1916 for stealing a vase.
Traits associated with White
The White family tend to be knowledgable and inteligent due to the families proximity to the planet Pluto. In love they are unsettled, not intentionally so but because of their basic inconsistency of their emotional nature. They reflect every change in their own surroundings and can often become pessimistic and materialistic. Like children, they require constant attention, encouragement, and time, throwing tantrums if they dont get what they feel they deserve. There is a side to Whites which can be deeply caring, and another, very irritable. 108